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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