Las asignaturas (Song about the school subjects in Spanish)

Las asignaturas (Song about the school subjects in Spanish)

Set of resources based on a song designed to teach the school subjects in Spanish. Official Website: www.caliso.co.uk YouTube Channel: https://goo.gl/edZ3c8 Lyrics: Las ciencias, la música, la religión las matemáticas, la tecnología, el francés, el español y el inglés la geografía, la historia, la informática la educación física Estas son las asignaturas. Me gusta la informática, me gustan mucho las ciencias Me encanta la geografía y me encantan las matemáticas Me gusta bastante la historia También me gusta el arte. Detesto la tecnología y no me gusta el inglés no me gusta nada el teatro y odio el francés This set includes: - one MP3 song - one animation of the song with pictures and subtitles - one worksheet based on the lyrics to train your students literacy skills and to assess their understanding of the lyrics - solutions to the activities on the worksheet - lyrics of the song with further teaching and learning ideas
smacor
NEW GCSE Spanish literacy mats and marksheets (BUNDLE)

NEW GCSE Spanish literacy mats and marksheets (BUNDLE)

A collection of 10 double and single sided literacy mats which can be laminated. They each include an extensive list of vocabulary from both the foundation and higher tier for the new GCSE. Based on AQA but could be useful for many of the exam boards. The bundle also includes a roleplay literacy mat as well as a photo literacy mat useful for the speaking exam of the new GCSE. I've also included four GCSE marksheets created for the new GCSE. These are for marking the speaking and writing at both foundation and higher. This is a discounted bundle saving you £11! Hope you enjoy my hard work.
Joshuafinneran
School Signs in Spanish

School Signs in Spanish

Putting up Spanish language signs around your school is a great way to help not only the current students in your program, but also to promote your language to other students. Many of you may teach in schools with some students that ONLY speak Spanish and this is a great way to support their acquisition of English too! This set of forty-five easy to read signs will allow you to label all of the most important places in and outside of your school building. There are a wide variety of signs to fit the needs of both primary and secondary teachers. Each sign promotes the language with a "Learn Spanish" header so that students are aware that they are looking at words in Spanish. Also included on each sign is the Spanish word for a location in the school and the English Equivalent. Many of the signs include multiple versions in case you have a preference for certain words or terms when there are several. If you don't want to place the signs yourself, having your students review the places in the school by placing the signs themselves is a great beginning of the school year activity.
sombra1230
Mi instituto (Part1) - (Song listing a variety of school facilities)

Mi instituto (Part1) - (Song listing a variety of school facilities)

Official Website: www.caliso.co.uk YouTube Channel: https://goo.gl/edZ3c8 Set of resources based on a song designed to teach a variety of school facilities in Spanish. Lyrics: ¿Qué tiene tu instituto? Mi instituto tiene unas aulas unos laboratorios unos despachos de la directora y las secretarias un salón de actos una biblioteca un comedor un patio, un gimansio unas pistas polideportivas unos servicios Music in form of songs is one of the most memorable and fun ways of introducing, practising and revising new vocabulary in a foreign language. This set includes: - one MP3 song - one animation of the song with pictures and subtitles - one worksheet based on the lyrics to train your students literacy skills and to assess their understanding of the lyrics - solutions to the activities on the worksheet - lyrics of the song with further teaching and learning ideas
smacor
El horario (Song about the school timetable in Spanish)

El horario (Song about the school timetable in Spanish)

Set of resources based on a song designed to teach how to describe one's timetable in Spanish. Official Website: www.caliso.co.uk YouTube Channel: https://goo.gl/edZ3c8 Lyrics: ¿A qué hora empiezan las clases? Las clases empiezan a las ocho y terminan a las tres El lunes primero tenemos inglés Me gusta el inglés porque es muy divertido No me gustan las ciencias porque son muy aburridas Después hay la hora de comer No es aburrida, es muy divertida Y también es relajante Por la tarde tenemos deporte Prefiero deporte a las ciencias Prefiero deporte a las ciencias porque es muy fácil y los profesores son muy buenos, muy buenos. This set includes: - one MP3 song - one animation of the song with pictures and subtitles - one worksheet based on the lyrics to train your students literacy skills and to assess their understanding of the lyrics - solutions to the activities on the worksheet - lyrics of the song with further teaching and learning ideas
smacor
spanish adjectives

spanish adjectives

over 60 key adjectives in spanish clearly presented to aid all kinds of learning including written work, speaking and listening.
beccatenney
Mi instituto (Part 2) -Song describing a particular school in detail (Spanish)

Mi instituto (Part 2) -Song describing a particular school in detail (Spanish)

Official Website: www.caliso.co.uk YouTube Channel: https://goo.gl/edZ3c8 Set of resources based on a song designed to teach students how to describe their school in detail. Lyrics: ¿Dónde estudias? Estudio en un instituto femenino. ¿Dónde estudias? Estudio en un instituto masculino. Un instituto femenino, un instituto masculino, un instituto mixto hay alumnas, alumnos y profesores. ¿Qué tiene tu instituto? Mi instituto tiene una aula. ¿Qué tiene tu instituto? Mi instituto tiene una biblioteca. Una aula, un despacho del director, un salón de actos también hay un comedor, también hay un gimnasio y una sala de profesores además hay unos servicios pero no, pero no, pero no, pero no hay pistas polideportivas This set includes: - one MP3 song - one animation of the song with pictures and subtitles - one worksheet based on the lyrics - solutions to the worksheet - lyrics of the song
smacor
Sacapuntas (Song listing 11 school bag items in Spanish)

Sacapuntas (Song listing 11 school bag items in Spanish)

Set of resources based on a song designed to teach 11 school bag items in Spanish. Official Website: www.caliso.co.uk YouTube Preview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJ87cLpmyYg The lyrics of the song are as follows: una agenda, una regla, una goma, un cuaderno, un estuche y una pluma un bolígrafo, una carpeta, un lápiz, un diccionario un sacapuntas ohh (un sacapuntas) ohh (un sacapuntas) ohh (un sacapuntas) Music in form of songs is one of the most memorable and fun ways of introducing, practising and revising new vocabulary in a foreign language. This set includes: - one song to be used as a pure audio activity, - one animation of the song with pictures and subtitles (great for karaoke), - one worksheet based on the lyrics to train your students literacy skills and to assess their understanding of the lyrics - solutions to the activities on the worksheet - lyrics of the song with further teaching and learning ideas Please note: This set is part of a series of song based resources for teaching Spanish to all age groups
smacor
Sacapuntas II (Song describing the contents of a school bag in Spanish)

Sacapuntas II (Song describing the contents of a school bag in Spanish)

Set of resources based on a song describing the contents of a school bag. Official Website: www.caliso.co.uk YouTube Channel: https://goo.gl/edZ3c8 The lyrics are as follows: ¡Oye, dime! ¿Qué tienes en tu mochila? Tengo una goma, también una regla pero no tengo una pluma tampoco tengo lápiz sin embargo tengo un cuaderno pero no carpeta ni lápiz, ni pluma, ni sacapuntas tengo un cuaderno, pero no lápiz ni sacapuntas, ni carpeta sin embargo Music in form of songs is one of the most memorable and fun ways of introducing, practising and revising new vocabulary in MFL. This set includes: - one song to be used as a pure audio activity, - one animation of the song with pictures and subtitles (great for karaoke), - one worksheet based on the lyrics to train your students literacy skills and to assess their understanding of the lyrics - solutions to the activities on the worksheet - lyrics of the song with further teaching and learning ideas Please note: This set is part of a series of song based resources for teaching Spanish
smacor
Spanish School description lesson + activities

Spanish School description lesson + activities

Teaching about school in Spanish? Not quite sure what activities to do with your pre-intermediate class? This resource will give you a hand in delivering a motivating and challenging lesson about school. The focus is on developing 4 skills equally. So you will find in this resource the opportunity to practice speaking, listening –through a video, reading and writing activities. Vocabulary and grammar are clearly embedded in the various activity and the wide range of activities should suit all your students’ learning styles. Here's what you’ll get in this pack: a nice powerpoint with 29 slides and its activity booklet with 9 pages so that they can keep a written record of their learning. The explanations at the bottom of each slide will guide you in your teaching. The corrections after each activity will also help you save a huge amount of time! The lesson contains: -a detailed objective slide - a target setting activity - a video as a starter with questions to answer - a starter with pictures to label - a reading with questions - introduction to new vocabulary through repetition and a drilling game - a review about opinions with pictures and reading texts - an unscramble activity to practice reading and writing skills - a puzzle game - a reading from gist to details (reordering paragraphs) - a writing - a review of objectives Enjoy! Have fun teaching in Spanish!
foxtrotters
Spanish & French classroom objects labels

Spanish & French classroom objects labels

Help pupils'knowledge of everyday items in the classroom by sticking labels around your room. Includes Spanish & French, perfect for the primary classsroom or secondary MFL classroom. El profesor, el proyector, el ordenador, el equipo de música, la ventana, la puerta, la silla, el alumno, la alumna, la pizarra, el lápiz, la mesa, los libros, los rotuladores, el reloj, la pantalla, la persiana, el enchufe, el estante, la basura, la pared, los cuadernos, la chaise, la fenêtre, le bureau, la porte, le professeur, la table, le tableau, l'ordinateur, le tableau interactif, les livres, la salle de classe, les élèves.
j_pooley58
Mi Colegio /  My school

Mi Colegio / My school

Three little bits of text I wrote on school with some comprehension questions. Nice reading exercise to check on learning or HWK task. I did it with my Yr7. Good for colours and clothes recognition too. Enjoy and don't forget to feedback!
kbreizh