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Un nuevo país

Un nuevo país

A set of activities that I used with my Spanish year 7 groups to revise the topics of countries, local area, shapes and colours, geography and the weather, food and economy (as well as personal descriptions, clothes and a weather forecast). They completed the activities over several lessons, working in groups as a competition. They produced some outstanding displays.

By corcuera

Buildings and Structures in Spanish  Worksheets, Games, Activities and Flash Cards (with audio) Bundle (5 sets)

Buildings and Structures in Spanish Worksheets, Games, Activities and Flash Cards (with audio) Bundle (5 sets)

A bundle of 5 Buildings and Structures in Spanish worksheets, games, activities and flash cards (with audio). This bundle contains the following individual sets of resources:- Buildings in Spanish 1- Buildings in Spanish 2- Buildings in Spanish 3- Structures in Spanish 1- Structures in Spanish 2For each of the above sub-topics, you receive the following:- Online games (with audio)- Poster- Flash cards- Matching activity- Label the images worksheets X 2- Word search- Spelling worksheetA PDF and an editable version of each file is included.To see what these resources are like, please visit https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/numbers-0-10-in-spanish-worksheets-games-activities-and-flash-cards-11191955and download the similar resources on Numbers 0-10 for free.To find other Spanish vocabulary resources, please visit the Save Teachers' Sundays website.

By SaveTeachersSundays

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19 GCSE Spanish Revision resources

19 GCSE Spanish Revision resources

A bundle of 19 resources to prepare for the Spanish GCSE / IGCSE exams. The focus is primarily reading, writing, grammar and speaking and the resources included cover the following topics: media, TV, house, home, daily routine, area, environment, healthy living, household chores, holidays, free time, technology, transport and more. The resources include lots of active vocabulary activities, scaffolded reading comprehensions, grammar activities, sort cards, translation both ways and model essays.

By RL6

Flashcards - OCR GCSE Spanish:  Vocabulary List - Home Life

Flashcards - OCR GCSE Spanish: Vocabulary List - Home Life

I have put every word in the vocabulary list that OCR publishes onto flashcards. This pack is just on the topic of home life, but I have published all the other topics here on TES. If you are familiar with these words then the exam will be incredibly easy, since these are the only words that they will use in the exam. In this bundle, I have printed a pack with pictures, a pack in which you fold down the middle and a pack which you print double sided. The different packs are all exactly the same words, just choose the one which will help the words stick in your mind.

By Glazebrook

Donde vives

Donde vives

Powerpoint for introducing areas where people live (e.g. en la costa, en un pueblo) Simple practise of vocabulary and includes some translation practice. Also includes reference to points of the compass. Ideal for Yr 7 or 8.

By sorrentomiss

15 Spanish Memory Games

15 Spanish Memory Games

Ready to print memory games to use as starters or plenaries at KS3.These cards can also be used to do speed races with a list of words/expressions on the board. The first team/pairs to put the cards in the correct order wins.Spanish basics (animals, time, clothes, to have, to be (ser and estar), AR verbs, IR verbs, ER verbs, reflexive verbs, weather, sports, free time activities, places in town).

By audebie

Where I live - Spanish reading - multiple activity sheets

Where I live - Spanish reading - multiple activity sheets

This resource is made up of three sheets. It takes one text and uses it in seven different ways. This is the perfect set of sheets for differentiation as either you, or the pupils, can identify what skills they need to work on while everyone is focusing on the same text.

By lisadominique

Mi Barrio GCSE 9-1 My Area Spanish Revision Tasks (Year 10/11)

Mi Barrio GCSE 9-1 My Area Spanish Revision Tasks (Year 10/11)

Sometimes I find it difficult to give students revision tasks that will not require large amounts of printing and marking on my behalf. To overcome this I have recently tried this concept with my Year 10 group to help revise for their upcoming school assessments.Students have a sheet full of revision tasks. The tasks are divided into 3 groups and each group equates to set amount of time they should spend on a given task. The tasks vary from self assessing to peer assessing to resources they can create and use themselves in future. I have attached both .pdf and .doc for your editing needs.Claddagh Classrooms

By CladdaghClassrooms

Mi pueblo - ¿Puedo hablar de mi barrio?

Mi pueblo - ¿Puedo hablar de mi barrio?

Vocabulary recap - Places in town - una tienda, un parque, un espacio verde, un polideportivo, un museo, una playa, un bar, un colegio, un cine, un mercado, un restauranteAdjectives - tranquilo/ruidoso, grande/pequeño, industrial/rural, bonito/feo, turísticoVisual support slide - can be used to play 'slap the board' or adapted to play Kim's game etc.Speaking activity - Questions about the townReading - extended text with multiple choice questions - use with decision discs to get whole class responseWriting - framework for points to include.

By j_pooley58

Ser y estar

Ser y estar

Worksheet/full lesson colour coded according to BLOOMS designed to teach and recap the rules of Ser and Estar. Tied in with the theme of 'mi pueblo'. Ideal for full lesson and also ideal for cover work. Very challenging GCSE level.

By jessicakate1x

Viva 2 - Year 8 - Unit 4 - All lessons - ¿Qué hacemos?

Viva 2 - Year 8 - Unit 4 - All lessons - ¿Qué hacemos?

This contains all the lessons for unit 4 of Viva 2 (new GCSE Specs). I am doing all of them on the same style for those interested. Obviously, all images from the book have been removed for copyrights purposes. If you have a set of books or photocopy, they will go along with Viva 2 very well.

By Ours256

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Spanish GCSE my home/ my town/ my area - mi barrio / mi región

Spanish GCSE my home/ my town/ my area - mi barrio / mi región

A bundle of resources to support pupils with learning to talk and write about their home and area in Spanish.1.Reading comprehension to introduce pupils to key vocabulary and structures. 2. An activity sheet and Powerpoint to introduce A* constructions such as "lo mejor es que" and "lo peor es que" for pupils. 3. A card sorting activity with key phrases that pupils must sort into positive and negative statements and will be useful for talking about their home and area. 4. An Extension task of lots of complex and more sophisticated vocabulary to describe their town and pupils must hunt for specific lexical items. 5. A reading comprehension introducing the imperfect tense. Pupils complete the activities and they can use this to scaffold their own answers using this tense. 6. SER and ESTAR activity. The rules about how to use "to be" and an activity introduced using the topic of "my town"

By RL6

Leisure Photocard and Role Play

Leisure Photocard and Role Play

A resource for students to practise preparing a photocard and role play on the topic of leisure/holidays. Encourages students to proof-read their preparation notes, to anticipate the questions they will be asked and form their own questions on the topic. Multi-skill resource!

By jhalkyard

My Home Writing/ Speaking practice GCSE

My Home Writing/ Speaking practice GCSE

Writing and Speaking practice for the new GCSE (based on the AQA scheme of work), can be used across any language (in my school we use it for German, French and Spanish).I use this at the end of a module for students to recap and add it to their file for future reference. It prepares them for writing assessments and the general conversation part of the speaking assessment.There are 8 questions for students to answer on the topic MY HOME.I have also included a generic checklist for students to use, to make sure they are using tenses, opinions, justification etc. as well as a blank checklist for teachers/ students to add language specifics/ extra criteria for higher target grades. I am also selling similar placemats for other topics.

By sbrown1604

Spanish lesson on saying where your house is located

Spanish lesson on saying where your house is located

In this resource you can teach the areas in which your house may be, such as the coast, centre, outskirts, etc. Ideal for Spanish learners using Listos 1 or Mira 1. Includes some activities to practise reading skills, grammar of the verb 'vivir' and translation skills.

By garetht1

Spanish home region where do you live mi casa mi región KS3

Spanish home region where do you live mi casa mi región KS3

A worksheet to introduce types of home, location, the compass and saying where you live. There is enough here to scaffold a lesson around: vocabulary, grammar, translation both ways, more vocabulary and gap-fill reading which also introduces "me gustaría vivir..." Pupils will be able to model their own paragraph on this example.

By RL6

Mi pueblo - GCSE

Mi pueblo - GCSE

Extremely high level colour-coded BLOOMS 'mi pueblo' lesson that I used over a double lesson with my year ten. Class contains native speakers and they found the higher level activities fairly challenging. Lesson is focused on introducing new vocabulary through independent learning and then practising such learning through written activities and also whiteboard activities.

By jessicakate1x

Mi ciudad - Activities in town, photo card worksheet and project AQA GCSE

Mi ciudad - Activities in town, photo card worksheet and project AQA GCSE

This is a brief bundle for the young GCSE Spanish class or for the revision of the older students. I included 2 versions of my observation lesson (practice of Section C reading exam task), a photo card help worksheet (can also be used for the topic writing practice) and a research project about a favourite town with the model answer that practically summarises the topic vocabulary and can also be used for the revision tasks (can be amended if needed).

By madsheep_123

Spanish vocabulary cards

Spanish vocabulary cards

Vocabulary cards are great to help pupils learn vocabulary, practise spelling, reading, listening and speaking as well as dictionary skills. Included: vocabulary lists, ways to make the most of your vocabulary cards, cards (image only, vocabulary only, image and vocabulary). Vocabulary is designed to support non-language specialists.

By lisadominique

KS3 Spanish - ¿Qué te gusta hacer en la ciudad? / ¿Qué se puede hacer en la ciudad? x2 lessons

KS3 Spanish - ¿Qué te gusta hacer en la ciudad? / ¿Qué se puede hacer en la ciudad? x2 lessons

- Ideal for learners of KS3 Spanish.- In a Scheme of Work, this lesson would come after students have been taught vocabulary for different places in a city, such as 'centro comercial, estación de trenes' etc. See my lesson 'KS3 Spanish - ¿Qué hay en la ciudad? / ¿Qué hay en Madrid?'.- Includes x2 lessons: 1) ¿Qué te gusta hacer en la ciudad? 2) ¿Qué se puede hacer en la ciudad?- Inductive grammar (opinion phrase + infinitive verb).- Colour-coded texts according to word category to support students with dyslexia or lower literacy.- Animated and visually engaging slides.- 'Stretch and challenge' extensions for more able students.- Support for weaker students.- Includes one full lesson (PowerPoint) and accompanying worksheet.- Includes a "Mini-mastery quiz" assessment. This is a "quick to do, quick to mark" assessments which can be handed out, collected and completed within 10 mins. This AfL will allow the instructor to determine whether students have grasped opinion phrases which change before plurals ('me gusta[n]'), whether students have learnt basic vocabulary for places around town, and whether students understand that opinion phrase/'se puede' uses the infinitive form of the verb.

By tcnewman

Spanish buildings, landmarks and local amenities vocabulary cards

Spanish buildings, landmarks and local amenities vocabulary cards

*Note: The cover image is of the French pets vocabulary cards. Vocabulary cards are great to help pupils learn vocabulary, practise spelling, reading, listening and speaking as well as dictionary skills. Included: vocabulary list, ways to make the most of your vocabulary cards, cards (image only, vocabulary only, image and vocabulary).Vocabulary is designed to support non-language specialists.

By lisadominique

Spanish local area descriptions vocabulary cards

Spanish local area descriptions vocabulary cards

*Note: The cover image is of the French pets vocabulary cards. Vocabulary cards are great to help pupils learn vocabulary, practise spelling, reading, listening and speaking as well as dictionary skills. Included: vocabulary list, ways to make the most of your vocabulary cards, cards (image only, vocabulary only, image and vocabulary).Vocabulary is designed to support non-language specialists.

By lisadominique