Mis asignaturas

Mis asignaturas

This set is aimed at KS3 level Spanish learners and includes several worksheets on the topic of school subjects and opinions.
MrLoutre
introducing oneself and subjects

introducing oneself and subjects

Revision on introducing oneself and school subject preferences. Translations, video work (needs to be shown not in slide show mode to be paused), listening/reading, match up, creative writing.
MLibik
Y7 Spanish revision booklet for end of year assessment revision

Y7 Spanish revision booklet for end of year assessment revision

I have compiled this resources using material from different resources for Y7s to revise over May half-term break for end of year assessment. It’s activities around “Me and my family”, “Countries and natioalities”, “School subjects”, “House & home.”
MLibik
Spanish Word searches KS3

Spanish Word searches KS3

Spanish word searches covering all the main topics from the Viva 1 and Viva 2 textbooks. Clues written in English, to find in Spanish. Answers included. Ready to print and 2+ per page to save on photocopying. Perfect for starter activities. Hope you find these useful!
Niki321
Mi personalidad - Card Game Bundle

Mi personalidad - Card Game Bundle

This game is a version of the classic I-Have-Who-Has game. This game is a way for the students to practice asking for and giving basic personal information (name, nationality, age, birthday, siblings, pets, hobbies, physical and character traits etc). There is a beginner version (with answer prompts) and an intermediate version (with clues). Print the document one-sided, laminate it and cut out the cards. Distribute all the cards randomly to the students. Select a student to begin by reading his card out loud and then putting it down. The other students listen attentively to each question, answer it if they have the answer card and then they read the next question. The game is over when all the cards are down. It is a great game to practice the newly taught vocabulary, as well as speaking and listening skills.
didade
Mi personalidad - Beginner Version - Card Game

Mi personalidad - Beginner Version - Card Game

This game is a version of the classic I-Have-Who-Has game. This game is a way for the students to practice asking for and giving basic personal information (name, nationality, age, birthday, siblings, pets, hobbies, physical and character traits etc). There is a beginner version (with answer prompts) and an intermediate version (with clues). Print the document one-sided, laminate it and cut out the cards. Distribute all the cards randomly to the students. Select a student to begin by reading his card out loud and then putting it down. The other students listen attentively to each question, answer it if they have the answer card and then they read the next question. The game is over when all the cards are down. It is a great game to practice the newly taught vocabulary, as well as reading and listening skills.
didade
Mi personalidad - Intermediate Version - Card Game

Mi personalidad - Intermediate Version - Card Game

This game is a way for the students to practice asking for and giving basic personal information (name, nationality, age, birthday, siblings, pets, hobbies, physical and character traits etc). There is a beginner version (with answer prompts) and an intermediate version (with clues). Print the document one-sided, laminate it and cut out the cards. Distribute all the cards randomly to the students. Select a student to begin by reading his card out loud and then putting it down. The other students listen attentively to each question, answer it if they have the answer card and then they read the next question. The game is over when all the cards are down. It is a great game to practice the newly taught vocabulary, as well as reading and listening skills.
didade
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
Te gustan las ciencias

Te gustan las ciencias

Homework to reinforce the vocabulary to give opinions about school subjects with Y7 using “ME GUSTA + nouns". Good companion to Viva 1 pages 56 and 57
mflteacher972
Te gustan las ciencias

Te gustan las ciencias

Lesson (but enough material for two lessons) to introduce and reinforce the vocabulary to give opinions about school subjects with Y7 using “ME GUSTA + nouns". Good companion to Viva 1 pages 56 and 57
mflteacher972
Y7 Spanish Cut and Stick Matching Activity (School)

Y7 Spanish Cut and Stick Matching Activity (School)

An activity where students cut out words and match them to the correct meaning. Could be pre-cut for ease. Could be blown up to A3 to make the pieces bigger. Would be good to use before the end of unit test on school. Goes with Mira 1, Module 2.
vixx2
Opinions and reasons on  school subjects - Viva 1 Module 3 Lesson 4

Opinions and reasons on school subjects - Viva 1 Module 3 Lesson 4

This lesson is the fourth in a serious of lessons following the Viva 1 exercise book and is on the topic of school (Mi insti). This lesson objective is that pupils will be able to give opinions and reasons on school subjects. Due to lesson 3 requiring pupils to do an extended writing task, the first part of this lesson was dedicated to pupils responding to feedback, hence why there are not many activities for this lesson. If you wish to use this as a full lesson, please see my lesson 3 on this topic as there are some activities from there which tie into this lesson, and may not have been taught if you are following this series of lessons. This lesson is differentiated by outcome and provides opportunities for peer/self assessment. The structure for this lesson is as follows: Do it now activity: Pupils are to write sentences based on the images on the board. This task is differentiated by expectations, with the most able pupils expected to give more details. Vocabulary test: Either set as homework the week prior or as a test to see how well pupils are retaining the vocabulary. Treasure hunt: Pupils to circulate the room reading the clues on the wall and translate the opinions and reasons into English. Pupils are further challenged to find extra information from the texts such as future tense. Translation: Pupils are expected to translate the sentences into Spanish. This task is differentiated by outcome and is colour coded based on expectations.
crotte10
Me gusta o me gustan - Giving opinions on school subjects - Viva 1 Module 3 - Lesson 3.

Me gusta o me gustan - Giving opinions on school subjects - Viva 1 Module 3 - Lesson 3.

This is the third lesson in a series based on the Viva 1, module 3 topic of Mi Insti. **Access to activeteach is required for a listening activity in this lesson. ** In this lesson, the objective is for pupils to say which school subjects they like and to understand the difference between me gusta and me gustan. This lesson is also differentiated by outcome with extra challenge added for the higher attaining pupils, to encourage them to explore Spanish language independently. The structure to this lesson is as follows: Do it now activity: - Match up of opinion phrases in Spanish and English - pupils are supported with the use of well known “emojis”. Higher ability pupils are challenged to write their own opinions and reasons on school subjects. -Think pair share: Differentiated questioning included in the slide - Lower attaining pupils to discuss the difference between singular and plural in English. Higher ability to give examples of adjectival agreements in Spanish. At this point, pupils are introduced to the definite articles and hour to identify masculine/feminine/singular/plural nouns in Spanish. -Worksheet: The pupils are expected to sort the school subjects into Singular or plural or masculine/ feminine and singular/plural - depending on their ability/target grade. Introduction to me gusta/me gustan - The pupils are introduced to the difference between me gusta and me gustan and complete the second page of the worksheet to test their understanding. Listening activity- Access to activeteach is required. The pupils listen out for the opinions on school subjects. This task is differentiated by outcome. Writing activity - The lower attaining pupils complete the sentence starters in Spanish whereas the Higher ability pupils are challenged to give more details and different grammatical structures. This task is intended as an extended writing task in order for a deep mark and to give pupils feedback to which they will respond in Lesson 4.
crotte10
Cuál es tu día preferido - Favourite school day and timetable in Spanish - Viva 1 module 3, Lesson 2

Cuál es tu día preferido - Favourite school day and timetable in Spanish - Viva 1 module 3, Lesson 2

This lesson has the objective of pupils discussing their favourite school day in Spanish. It is differentiated to 4 different levels, based on pupils’ target grades, the most challenging tasks are not explicitly taught in the lesson and encourage pupils to explore the Spanish grammar for themselves. There are also opportunities for peer/self assessment in this lesson. Note: Access to activeteach is required for the listening task. This lesson follows the following structure: -Do it now activity: Recap of the school subjects learnt in lesson 1. Pupils have to write the Spanish and English for the subjects. Extra support is added for the lower attaining pupils and higher attaining pupils are expected to use the subjects in a paragraph with opinions and reasons. Think, pair, share: recap of days on the week and questions to prepare them for the reading task to follow. It guides pupils on how to approach written texts in Spanish, despite them not understanding all of the vocabulary. Reading task: Pupils have to fill in the gaps on a timetable based on the text. The key information is underlined to further support the pupils who need it. The pupils are to start at different points on this sheet based on their target grade. Listening task -** Access to active teach is required for this task** The pupils have to listen out for the favourite school days and write reasons. This is differentiated by outcome, based on what information the pupils are expected to understand. Writing task. - The pupils are provided with sentence starters to write about their favourite school day in Spanish. This is once again differentiated by outcome.
crotte10
Las asignaturas - School subjects in Spanish - Viva 1 Module 3

Las asignaturas - School subjects in Spanish - Viva 1 Module 3

This is the first lesson for Module 3 for the Viva 1 work book. Access to activeteach is required in order to do the listening activity for this lesson. It is ideal for KS2 or KS3 and has the objective of teaching pupils school subjects in Spanish. This lesson is differentiated by outcome to 3 different levels depending on the pupil’s target grade and has opportunities for self/peer assessment. The lesson follows the following structure: Do it now activity - revision of vocabulary from modules 1 and 2 (hobbies and about yourself) Beat the teacher: Introduction to the vocab by playing beat the teacher. Listening activity: The Pupils have to label the images with the correct school subject in Spanish - Access to activeteach is required for this. Trapdoor - A game to encourage the pupils to talk about school subjects. The pupils have to guess what their partner has chosen as their option, if they guess incorrectly they have to go back to the start and guess all of the “trapdoors” again. Desafío de puntos - A worksheet with 14 phrases/sentences in English to be translated to Spanish. Each sentence is worth a particular number of points depending on difficulty. The pupils are expected to earn a certain number of points depending on their target grade. Plenary - Get the pupils to choose a colour. Press the colour on the powerpoint and a sentence will light up. The pupils have to write an answer to the sentence, encouraging them to reflect on their learning.
crotte10
School subjects pictures Tic Tac Toe

School subjects pictures Tic Tac Toe

8 separate games. To win a square, the student must give a correct answer. If wrong, the opponent gets the square. This can be used for ANY level: identify picture, make a sentence with the picture, use a particular verb or tense, use a certain grammatical construction, use adjectives, etc. Pictures only; can be used for any language.
jer520
My most popular resources

My most popular resources

This bundle contains a great number of resources that will save you tens of hours! It covers a variety of topics such as: The environment Animals Age and birthdays Family Health Holidays Town Grammar Topics: Imperative Future simple Preterite Imperfect Comparatives and Superlatives Prepositions Verb Estar Suitable for GCSE from Year 7 to Year 11. Sit back and enjoy.
Quinterito
School Subjects in Spanish - A Complete Guide.

School Subjects in Spanish - A Complete Guide.

This resource introduces 15 school subjects with many practice activities. It introduces questions and answers about likes and dislikes as well as opinions/ reasons. It goes on introduce and give grammar advice about adjectival agreements, as well as showing a table and checking comprehension with practice exercises. It also presents work on favourite subjects. There are pair work speaking activities, reading activities and writing activities. The reading activities include texts with verdadero/falso exercises as well as activities with open-ended questions. There is a school timetable that pupils could replicate and questions to answer about the timetable they see. Answers for all activities appear on the PowerPoint. By the end of the PowerPoint (74 slides) pupils will be able to write a paragraph about their school subjects (likes/dislikes, opinions and so on). There is a lengthy worksheet, which accompanies the activities on the PowerPoint and a separate word search document.
cgazzal
Primary Spanish COPIABLE PUPIL WORKBOOK: Year 3 School Life (Autumn 2)

Primary Spanish COPIABLE PUPIL WORKBOOK: Year 3 School Life (Autumn 2)

A collection of 6 b/w illustrated copiable worksheets with 3 differentiated tasks in A3 format folding to an A4 pupil workbook and in single worksheet A4 format. The booklets also contain a self-evaluation smiley face sheet for both teachers and pupils to record progress. The resource continues the "learn as you teach" Year 3 Autumn 2 Spanish series: School Life which has been especially designed for non-language specialist primary classroom teachers and HLTAs and includes worksheets for the following objectives in the unit: Lección 1: To understand some instructions; Lección 2: To tell the time on the hour; Lección 3: To answer the register; Lección 4: To identify classroom items; Lección 5: To use numbers with classroom items; Lección 6: To write about your class. (Other recommended resources which may be used in support of the above resource include the whole lesson resources for the unit (which include the A4 version of the worksheets) and the pupil vocabulary learning mat.
scwebster
INTRODUCTION GAMES AND GROUP DYNAMICS FOR THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL IN SPANISH

INTRODUCTION GAMES AND GROUP DYNAMICS FOR THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL IN SPANISH

This bundle includes a pack of 4 creative and fun resources to use the first days of school in Spanish class. The worksheets, activities and games included are intended for elementary up to upper -intermediate students of Spanish. Check out each resource separately for further details. Please, leave a comment after downloading! Thank you! Visit my TES shop, SPANISH MIX & MATCH, for tons of great Spanish resources. Sales are awaiting you every week!
VTarantino
10 SCHOOL TIMETABLE TEMPLATES + SPANISH VOCABULARY

10 SCHOOL TIMETABLE TEMPLATES + SPANISH VOCABULARY

This resource includes 10 different school timetable templates to use with your students in class. Timetibles are ideal not only to practice days of the week, times and school subjects, but much more. That is why these timetables are theme/vocabulary based, so that students can also practice vocabulary related to sports, school objects, horoscopes, extracurricular activities, preferences, coloquial expressions, etc. in a fun way. Students can customize their own timetables by adding their personal information. I have even used the timetables as a first day introduction activity. Since there are 10 templates available, you can let your students choose the one they like best and then make them introduce themselves to the class with it. It also works very well to do a question-answer activity in pairs. Please, leave a comment after downloading! Thank you! Visit my TES shop, SPANISH MIX & MATCH, for tons of great Spanish resources. Sales are awaiting you every week!
VTarantino
El español es muy fácil (Spanish is very easy)

El español es muy fácil (Spanish is very easy)

In this worksheet you will find a range of adjectives and qualifiers / intensifiers to describe school subjects. You will learn how to make your adjectives 'agree' with the school subject (masculine, feminine, singular and plural). There are 2 exercises (Spanish to English and English to Spanish) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.
vettyjames
Me encanta el español (I love Spanish)

Me encanta el español (I love Spanish)

In this worksheet you will find vocabulary that will help you use a wide range of opinions on school subjects. There are 2 exercises (Spanish to English and English to Spanish) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.
vettyjames
Estudio español (I study Spanish)

Estudio español (I study Spanish)

In this worksheet you will find vocabulary relating to school subjects to say what you do and don't study. It uses all parts of the verb 'estudiar'. here are 2 exercises (Spanish to English and English to Spanish) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.
vettyjames
Spanish - School subjects & saying what you like and dislike

Spanish - School subjects & saying what you like and dislike

I have created a PowerPoint presentation and resources (included at the end of the PowerPoint) to help introduce KS2 children to the names of the school subjects in Spanish and say which subjects they like and dislike. The PowerPoint guides you through three short lessons, which give opportunities for children to recognise, say and write the Spanish words through different activities.
xmissakx
¿Te gustan las ciencias? Viva 1 Module 3 - Mi Insti - Unit 2 **NEW 2017**

¿Te gustan las ciencias? Viva 1 Module 3 - Mi Insti - Unit 2 **NEW 2017**

Follow on lessons (approx 3) from ¿Qué estudias? looking at forming opinions about school subjects. Looks at how to ask questions as well as how to extend answers. Geared towards KS3, lots of consolidation and opportunities to develop extended speaking and writing skills. Based on viva 1 book - all pictures and activities copied from the book have been removed for copyright purposes and replaced with the page number.
Sarah2209
¿Qué hora es? SPANISH KS3 // PPT TELLING THE TIME - FULL LESSON -  FREE WKSHT

¿Qué hora es? SPANISH KS3 // PPT TELLING THE TIME - FULL LESSON - FREE WKSHT

¿Qué hora es? SPANISH KS3 // PPT TELLING THE TIME - FULL LESSON - FREE WKSHT PPT for lesson on introducing telling the time in Spanish. Suitable for Y7/8 students. There is an accompanying worksheet available for free which can be found on my profile. Video link included for song. If you have enjoyed this resource, please leave a review and check out the many other free materials available on my profile!
Olliebu