Reglas Ortográficas - Spelling Rules, 4 weeks of Daily practice and Homework

Reglas Ortográficas - Spelling Rules, 4 weeks of Daily practice and Homework

Este producto incluye: Posters / Guías de Reglas Ortograficas: Palabras con C, K, Q Palabras con C, S, Z, X Uso de Mayúsculas Uso del Punto Practica semanal con actividades para reinforzar las reglas ortográficas. Semana 1 - Palabras con C, K, Q Semana 2 - Palabras con C, S, Z Semana 3 - Palabras con CC, XC, SC, X Semana 4 - Uso de mayúsculas y punto Tarea semanal de refuerzo. Semana 1 - Palabras con C, K, Q Semana 2 - Palabras con C, S, Z Semana 3 - Palabras con CC, XC, SC, X Semana 4 - Uso de mayúsculas y punto
anttoniett79
Spanish summer holidays - la maleta worksheet - las vacaciones de verano - holiday items - homework

Spanish summer holidays - la maleta worksheet - las vacaciones de verano - holiday items - homework

Cut-out worksheet aimed at primary and KS3 Spanish students to revise **vocabulary **on objects that can be taken on different types of holiday. Suitable also for nursery students with teacher guidance. Students need to cut them out and stick them on the right suitcase following the instructions given in Spanish. Great for cover work too. Download it so that your students are summer-ready!
SonrieinSpanish
Ser o estar poster (with humour)

Ser o estar poster (with humour)

Ser o estar Spanish poster. A starting point to teach the most important differences between ser o estar. This is for your class. You can print it (42 x 59.4 cm. or 16.54 x 23.34 inches) and introduce this topic in an easy and interesting way. To find other Spanish vocabulary resources, please visit my profile.
leonorbt
Bilingual Picture Dictionary - Español e Inglés - Spanish and English

Bilingual Picture Dictionary - Español e Inglés - Spanish and English

Teach Spanish and English to beginners with this printable dual-language, interactive picture dictionary. This includes 54 printable handouts with over 200 everyday, basic vocabulary words in Spanish and English with pictures to color and learn. Words are grouped into 25 topics with 6-9 pictures to color on each page, followed by a Word Review page. Teachers can cover one topic at a time. Students will save all completed handouts and staple it into a book to keep. A Cover Page, Table of Contents, and Index are included. Colored pencils or crayons are needed for this activity. No other prep needed. Topics include: English: bathroom, classroom, clothing, communication, containers, face, farm animals, foot, fruit, hand, kitchen, kitchen items, living room, nature, numbers, pets, sports, summer, table setting, tools, traffic light, transportation, vegetables, verbs, wild animals, winter. Español: el baño, el salón de clases, la ropa, comunicación, contenedores, la cara animales de la granja, el pie, la fruta, la mano, la cocina, cosas de la cocina, la sala, la naturaleza, los numeros, mascotas, los deportes, el verano, en la mesa, herramientas, el semáforo, el transporte, las verduras, verbos – acciones, animales salvajes, el invierno Illustrations used with permission from Pro Lingua Associates, publisher of Coloring in English - A Vocabulary Builder for Beginners, by Tracy Speelman. http://www.prolinguaassociates.com/ Translations by Javier Morales, Bilingual Special Education Advocate and Founder of Parents Ask - Understanding Disabilities One Question at a Time. https://parentsask.net/
tspeelman
Spanish Year 7 - Autumn Term 1 - Entire Half-term's worth of work!

Spanish Year 7 - Autumn Term 1 - Entire Half-term's worth of work!

A huge collection of resources for teachers, new and experienced, and for schools setting up their Spanish department. Videos, songs, homework and worksheets - all provided for you in one single download. Lesson 0 - Welcome back Lesson 1 - Presenting yourself Lesson 2 - Using a bilingual dictionary. Nouns, verbs and adjectives Lesson 3 - Numbers Lesson 4 - Gustar and adjectival agreement Lesson 5 - Infinitives Lesson 6 - Me gusta Te gusta Le gusta Lesson 7 - Ser and nationalitieis Lesson 8 - The alphabet Lesson 9 - Describing character Lesson 10 - Describing physical appearance Lesson 11 - Writing project Lesson 12 - Presentations and halloween
leszekekert
AQA GCSE Spanish Games Roll-a-Word//Speaking Cube// OXO (speaking / writing /translation / revision)

AQA GCSE Spanish Games Roll-a-Word//Speaking Cube// OXO (speaking / writing /translation / revision)

These are few grammar games that I decided to share. I would use them for pretty much all age groups, both KS3 and KS4, GCSE both tiers. They can be easily amended to suit the grammar topics that you wish to reinforce / revise / introduce. The templates can also be easily reused for French. See enclosed: Roll-A-Word - Students roll a dice to complete different tasks related to the new and / or familiar words (both learning and revising). They count the value of the completed dices to make the task more competitive. Speaking Cube - 6 sides of the cube are completed with the topic questions for the half-term. Students roll a cube (you can either ask them to glue them together or you can make them yourself). I figured 6 cubes per year for each year group is an easy enough task to continue repeating the questions of all half-terms for the whole school year. I included an origami version of the cube in case you wish to ask them to make the cube and to write the questions on their own (I took the scheme from the Google images so I do not claim any rights on that one.) OXO - One of my favourite tasks to develop spontaneous speaking. Students play OXO in turns following the rules. The ? (= random/phantom question or topic) can be used to increase the level of complexity of the game. Furthermore, a certain set of rules can be imposed, e.g. ‘ensure you use a preterite tense of your choosing as main verb of the ‘!’ box. It can be played using ‘home and away’ tables, i.e. grouping students by ability bands, so that all low/medium/high band students play together, which might, for example, allow the teacher to put in place bespoke interventions to support those in need of guidance. I have included three templates of OXO that can be used as a speaking, writing and translation tasks, differentiated according to the level of knowledge and KS group. See noted for additional ideas and hints. Let me know how it goes!
madsheep_123
San Juan, Spanish festival. San Juan, los festivales españoles.

San Juan, Spanish festival. San Juan, los festivales españoles.

This is a worksheet to introduce and practise the festival of San Juan, suitable for both KS3 and KS4 . It includes engaging activities on** vocabulary, GCSE style reading** and translations about the **cultural aspects of the festival. Solutions are also provided **following the format of the worksheet itself so that pupils can mark their own tasks, which makes it perfect for cover work. ¡Feliz San Juan! :)
SonrieinSpanish
Spanish Grammar / Vocabulary Games KS3/KS4/GCSE - Foundation and Higher

Spanish Grammar / Vocabulary Games KS3/KS4/GCSE - Foundation and Higher

This is a collection of grammar games that I decided to share. I would use them for pretty much all age groups, both KS3 and KS4, GCSE both tiers. They can be easily amended to suit the grammar topics that you wish to reinforce / revise / introduce. The templates can also be easily reused for French. See enclosed: Snakes and ladders slide (you can amend the squares and it is short enough to serve as a 5-10 minutes activity; Tarsia slide and template - an activity to use to revise topic / key vocabulary. Students can either create their own or just cut the one you prepare for them. They need to then match the words / expressions in English with their Spanish equivalents. The dice game to revise verbs conjugations (differentiated). I included a slide with rules of the game, a template to create your own and an origami instructions to make it more hands on. Photo card scrabble (related to AQA GCSE speaking / writing tasks). I originally thought of this as a game prior to completing an exam task for KS4 students. The pack includes a slide and a scrabble board if you wish to organise an extended activity. Students need to come up with words related to the image, the words should contain 3 or more letters and they should be in Spanish! Dice conjugation (differentiated) - I would mostly suggest it for KS4 students as it is easier to differentiate. Students have a board with verbs and they need to roll dices to ascertain the personal pronoun that they apply to the infinitive on the board. My students totally loved it! One dice, one pen (un dado, un boli) - (differentiated, AQA Reading Section C / Writing Part 3 Higher / Foundation) - Students roll dice in turns to translate the sentence correctly! If the partner throws 3 he takes over a pen. The winner is the one who collected the most points. I used it with KS4 to facilitate the exam translation tasks. I also included a set of slides that I used to emphasize certain grammar points. Let me know how it goes!
madsheep_123
AQA GCSE Photo card scrabble /  Tarsia games with templates (speaking / writing /revision)

AQA GCSE Photo card scrabble / Tarsia games with templates (speaking / writing /revision)

These are two grammar games that I decided to share. I would use them for pretty much all age groups, both KS3 and KS4, GCSE both tiers. They can be easily amended to suit the grammar topics that you wish to reinforce / revise / introduce. The templates can also be easily reused for French. See enclosed: Photo card scrabble (related to AQA GCSE speaking / writing tasks). I originally thought of this as a game prior to completing an exam task for KS4 students. The pack includes a slide and a scrabble board if you wish to organise an extended activity. Students need to come up with words related to the image, the words should contain 3 or more letters and they should be in Spanish! Tarsia slide and template - an activity to use to revise topic / key vocabulary. Students can either create their own or just cut the one you prepare for them. They need to then match the words / expressions in English with their Spanish equivalents. Let me know how it goes!
madsheep_123
Spanish Alphabet and Dictionary Skills Lesson

Spanish Alphabet and Dictionary Skills Lesson

The perfect lesson to begin with for new Spanish speakers, particularly children. The lesson introduces students to the phonetic sounds in the Spanish alphabet, gives them a chance to practice their understanding and teaches them how to use a bilingual dictionary.
scheem1
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTIONS whole module  in SPANISH ppt

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTIONS whole module in SPANISH ppt

84 slides to introduce HAIR, EYES, FACIAL FEATURES, PHYSICAL DESCRIPTIONS and TENER and SER in full. A massive unit of work that can take up a full half term. Not particularly linked to any textbook, easy to tweak and adapt. Awesome GIFs and HD pictures, Hispanic celebrities and eye catching photos and descriptions. This presentation will raise the profile of your subject and transform your lessons.
GarciaWeston-LanguageResources
Greetings posters with matching task

Greetings posters with matching task

This resource is aimed for Beginners students of Spanish language at any age. It contains slides with images and basic greetings with a formative matching task that can be used in classroom after greeting have been introduced to students. Ideally, the posters can be printed in colour and be displayed in classroom to facilitate easy access all the time.
Aszhen
language to use in classroom

language to use in classroom

This is a resource aimed for beginners students of the language. It aims to encourage students to use basic language from the beginning. It contains two pages: first page contains some sentences in Spanish and their translation in English in the correct order. The second page contains the same sentences but students are encouraged to organise them by matching the sentences together. The first page can also be displayed as a poster on wall to facilitate students to use the key sentences in classroom.
Aszhen
MFL Plenary Cards

MFL Plenary Cards

These cards can be used as plenaries either at the end of the lesson or as a mini plenary for students who finish their task early. There are 50 individual cards with one duplicate card for French and Spanish and one explanation card. You can either give these to students at random or pick one for the whole class.
MFLActivities
3 magic squares on stem changing verbs, idioms of tener and prepositions and furniture

3 magic squares on stem changing verbs, idioms of tener and prepositions and furniture

Students look for 16 numbered words or phrases. When they find it, they put the corresponding number in the correct box. When there is a number in each box, students add the numbers horizontally, vertically and diagonally. If they sum up to 34, everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they matched one of the words or phrases to the wrong box and must go back and check. 34 is the magic number! My students love magic squares, never get tired of them! They are pretty much self explanatory and self correcting, a great and easy practice as a compliment to your teaching of these topics. In this bundle there is a magic square for stem changing verbs, one for idioms of tener and one for prepositions and furniture. Enjoy!
msteresaja
4 magic squares on greetings, goodbyes & basic courtesies, gender and adjectives, definite and indefinite articles and conjugation of regular AR-verbs

4 magic squares on greetings, goodbyes & basic courtesies, gender and adjectives, definite and indefinite articles and conjugation of regular AR-verbs

Students look for 16 numbered words or phrases. When they find it, they put the corresponding number in the correct box. When there is a number in each box, students add the numbers horizontally, vertically and diagonally. If they sum up to 34, everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they matched one of the words or phrases to the wrong box and must go back and check. 34 is the magic number! My students love magic squares, never get tired of them! They are pretty much self explanatory and self correcting, a great and easy practice as a compliment to your teaching of these topics. In this bundle there is a magic square on greetings, goodbyes and basic courtesies, gender and adjectives, one for definite and indefinite articles and one for AR-verb conjugation. Enjoy!
msteresaja
Magic square on greetings, goodbyes and basic courtesies Spanish no prep

Magic square on greetings, goodbyes and basic courtesies Spanish no prep

The students locate phrases containing the most common greetings, goodbyes and basic courtesies in Spanish, for example: Cómo se llama Usted/Me llamo. They put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all phrases and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. My students love solving magic squares, it’s a fun and easy exercise that is self-correcting. Enjoy!
msteresaja
3 magic squares on stem changing verbs, idioms of tener and conjugation of regular AR-verbs

3 magic squares on stem changing verbs, idioms of tener and conjugation of regular AR-verbs

Students look for 16 numbered words or phrases. When they find it, they put the corresponding number in the correct box. When there is a number in each box, students add the numbers horizontally, vertically and diagonally. If they sum up to 34, everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they matched one of the words or phrases to the wrong box and must go back and check. 34 is the magic number! My students love magic squares, never get tired of them! They are pretty much self explanatory and self correcting, a great and easy practice as a compliment to your teaching of these topics. In this bundle there is a magic square for stem changing verbs, one for idioms of tener and one for AR-verb conjugation. Enjoy!
msteresaja
Spain - Culture, Language, and Accent Lesson (Spanish)

Spain - Culture, Language, and Accent Lesson (Spanish)

This is a full 60 minute lesson class about Spain - targeted towards any level Spanish in middle/high school. This lesson includes a no prep powerpoint, guided notes, and a fun communicative activity. Powerpoint/Google Slides + Guided Notes: Gives students basic information about the Spain (music, food, major cities, sports) - and then gives students four rules about how Spaniards typically speak (z–> th, G & J). Students then listen to famous singers and soccer players (Andrés Iniesta and Enrique Iglesias) and focus on the accent and pronunciation. Communicative Activity: Students then take on the role of Andrés Iniesta and Enrique Iglesias- and read a conversation out loud with their partner. They use their best Spaniard accents and fill in the blanks of what their friend said (speaking puzzle/fill in the blank activity). After they answer comprehension questions in English. Creative Activity: As an exit ticket, students create a comic or fun drawings like Mr.Wonderful, using the slang they learned in class to represent what they’ve learned in a fun new way! I recommend using the google slides (included in the powerpoint) and the notes are included as well!
stephaniehmetzger
Famous Latinos Communicative Activity

Famous Latinos Communicative Activity

Students are given the identity of a famous Latino. Their goal is to talk to other students to figure out what their name is (¿Cómo te llamas?), how old they are (¿Cuántos años tienes?), where they are from (¿De dónde eres?), and what they are famous for (¿Porque eres famoso?). Students then respond to these questions according the the famous latino they are assigned, and copy down the responses of their peers. Can be easily extended where students go home and write down more information about the person they were assigned, create an instagram page for the person they received, etc. Heavy focus on communication on basic spanish questions, and writing in the third person - mixed with culture.
stephaniehmetzger
Dominican Republic Culture and Language Spanish

Dominican Republic Culture and Language Spanish

This is a full 60 minute lesson class about the Dominican Republic - targeted towards any level Spanish in middle/high school. This lesson includes a no prep powerpoint, guided notes, and a fun communicative activity. Powerpoint/Google Slides + Guided Notes: Gives students basic information about the Dominican republic (music, food, capital, sports) - and then gives students four rules about how Dominicans typically speak (drop the s, don’t pronounce the d between vowels, shortening words, etc). Students then listen to famous singers/rappers (Cardi B and El Mayor Clasico) and focus on the accent and pronunciation. Communicative Activity: Students then take on the role of Romeo Santos or El Mayor Clasico - and read a conversation out loud with their partner. They use their best Dominican accents and fill in the blanks of what their friend said (speaking puzzle/fill in the blank activity). After they answer comprehension questions in English. Creative Activity: As an exit ticket, students create a comic using the slang they learned in class to represent what they’ve learned in a fun new way! I recommend using the google slides (included in the powerpoint) and the notes are included as well!
stephaniehmetzger
Year 7 Spanish Introductory Lesson

Year 7 Spanish Introductory Lesson

This is an introductory lesson for first-time Spanish learners, ideal for Year 7s who are starting to learn the language from scratch. This lesson includes lots of facts about why learning Spanish is useful and puts the language into a wider context for them. Includes quiz and diamond 9 activity.
Ercorson
El Alfabeto español-Spanish alphabet with samples

El Alfabeto español-Spanish alphabet with samples

This resource is aim for Beginners & students who have been studying Spanish for two or more years. It can also serve as an useful tool for Intermediate Spanish of the language in order to revise names in Spanish. It contains the alphabet and samples of Spanish people names for allowing practice and visualise the letters. Good to have it printed in A3 format and displayed in the classroom to allow students visually access to the alphabet. It is a practical tool for students to refer to it and study the sounds.
Aszhen
Pascua /Easter

Pascua /Easter

We are close to the celebration of Easter and this interactive full class in Spanish describes this tradition and includes interesting aspects in the world with activities and a short video clip. It can be used for upper primary and secondary school. Contents: -Goals -Index -Informative content -Two activities related to the class. (There are 15 pages)
marijota2008
Magic square on idioms of tener Spanish no prep practice

Magic square on idioms of tener Spanish no prep practice

Students locate different conjugated forms of the idioms tener frío, tener hambre, tener prisa, tener ganas de and tener sed and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, it means everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34.
msteresaja
Evaluation of L2 coursebooks

Evaluation of L2 coursebooks

In this workbook, you will find two frameworks based on ELT research to evaluate second language coursebooks. You can choose one framework and follow the steps to decide if a coursebook is the best fit for your class.
MariangelC
Los animales

Los animales

Introductory class for beginners Spanish Classes (Year 1-2) who are learning a second language. Includes audio and activities (two).
marijota2008
Reward Stickers in Spanish

Reward Stickers in Spanish

My fun and colourful set of printable reward stickers, they can easily be made into stickers and given to students to take it home or be put stuck in their books next to a piece of work. Each sheet: 24 Spanish stickers. Hope your students enjoy my stickers! GloriaMG
GloriaMG
My Family in Spanish (lesson plan+display pictures+flashcards)

My Family in Spanish (lesson plan+display pictures+flashcards)

Mi Familia! Simple and fun lesson plan for Reception and KS1 (it could be use for KS2 as well). It introduces Spanish to discuss family members. It contains: Mi Familia Lesson plan. Poster/Display pictures of each family members in Spanish : mother, father, son, daughter, grandmother and grandfather. Flashcards (with names and without names of family members). Frame Poster/Display picture of whole family. Frames to draw your own family. All design and drawings done by myself.
GloriaMG
Spanish Imperfect Tense Task Cards! 45 Cards! INK FRIENDLY

Spanish Imperfect Tense Task Cards! 45 Cards! INK FRIENDLY

Spanish Task Cards to help your students master conjugating Spanish Verbs in the Imperfect Tense! ·.·•This is the photocopy friendly version of this set.•·.· You can also find the FULL COLOR VERSION of this set in my shop. Please do not purchase both sets unless you need both sets. This particular set is meant to save your ink budget and looks really nice printed on colored paper or cardstock. Included are** ·.·•45 task cards•·.·** for your students to complete. There are also **·.·•EDITABLE cards included•·.· **(editable PDF form fields) in case you need to add cards to match your curriculum! There are teacher instructions and suggestions, student recording sheets and a teacher key. I have used only REGULAR verbs that are quite common (and regular verbs that are cognates) to help match any curriculum. TheseTask Cards are separated as follows: Task Cards 1-18 –Review of how to conjugate verbs in the imperfect –Review of Imperfect Tense -ar, -er and -ir verb endings –Quick identification of missing Imperfect Endings Task Cards 19-26 –Practice conjugating -ar verbs in the imperfect tense Task Cards 27 - 34 –Practice conjugating - er / -ir verbs in the imperfect tense Task Cards 35 -45 –Practice with a mix of -ar / -er / -ir verbs –Practice answering questions in the imperfect tense These -AR / -ER / -IR IMPERFECT TENSE TASK CARDS can be used in multiple ways! Suggestions for use are included (and also in the free preview!).
LaProfesoraFrida
Spanish FUTURE Tense Task Cards! 45 Cards! Ink Friendly! (regular & irregular!)

Spanish FUTURE Tense Task Cards! 45 Cards! Ink Friendly! (regular & irregular!)

Spanish Task Cards to help your students master conjugating Spanish Verbs in the FUTURE Tense! ·.·•This is the photocopy friendly version of this set.•·.· You can also find the FULL COLOR VERSION of this set in my shop. Please do not purchase both sets unless you need both sets. This particular set is meant to save your ink budget and looks really nice printed on colored paper or cardstock. Included are ·.·•45 task cards•·.· for your students to complete. There are also** ·.·•EDITABLE cards•·.·** included (editable** pdf **form fields) in case you need to add cards to match your curriculum! There are teacher instructions and suggestions, student recording sheets and a teacher key. I have used only REGULAR verbs that are quite common (and regular verbs that are cognates) in the first 30 cards to help match any curriculum. Cards 31-45 cover the IRREGULAR future tense verbs (you don’t have to use them, but they are there an option! Great for differentiation!). The cards are color-coded (please see the free preview!) and you can assign only certain task cards to your students if you like, or assign all of them at once! TheseTask Cards are separated as follows: Task Cards 1-12 –Review of how to conjugate verbs in the Future Tense –Review of Future Tense endings –Quick identification of missing Future Tense endings Task Cards 13-30 –Practice conjugating regular verbs in the Future Tense Task Cards 31 - 45 –Review of the 12 stems that are irregular in the Future Tense (caber, poner, decir, haber, salir, hacer, poder, tener, querer, venir, valer, saber) –Practice conjugating irregulars in the Future Tense These -AR / -ER / -IR FUTURE TENSE TASK CARDS can be used in multiple ways! Suggestions for use are included (and also in the free preview!).
LaProfesoraFrida