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A-Level Spanish Volver: El argumento y las mujeres, el título y La Flor de mi Secreto, el contexto y los temas

A-Level Spanish Volver: El argumento y las mujeres, el título y La Flor de mi Secreto, el contexto y los temas

This bundle includes: Mientras vemos la película: Handout for the students to focus on important topics, characters, etc. whilst they are watching the film for the first time. El argumento: . Power Point presentation with the plot explained. Starter activities with trailer and oral questions. . Worksheet with al the information for students and activities. Las mujeres: . Power Point Presentation with information on the main characters of Volver and the actresses' careers. . Meaning of Chica Almodóvar with Joaquin Sabina's song. . Worksheet with all the information and some activities. El título: . Power Point presentation with the different reasons why Almodóvar chose that title for the film. . Worksheet with all the information. La Flor de Mi Secreto: . Power Point Presentation with plot and comparison on themes with Volver. . Worksheet with all the information for the students. El contexto: . Power Point presentation (31 slides) exploring el barrio, el pueblo, el barrio versus el pueblo, las costumbres, la telebasura and la mujer en el s.XXI. . Worksheet with al the information for students and activities. Los temas: . Power Point presentation (31 slides) exploring the themes of the film Volver. . Worksheet with all the information for students and activities. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact me: gimenez.srta@gmail.com
Miriam_84
Quiz - Cultura espanola - útil para Year 9, Year 10, Year 11

Quiz - Cultura espanola - útil para Year 9, Year 10, Year 11

This is a 30 multiple choice questions quiz about mainly Spanish culture although it has a couple of questions on some Hispanic World topics. The quiz not only is a fun game but it can also lead to discussions about art, litereture, geography, and other cultural aspects. It is a fun game that can take from 15 mins if done quickly to 1h if you are aiming to develop cultural awarenes.
eva_eva
See, think, wonder - Visible thinking Spanish culture starters

See, think, wonder - Visible thinking Spanish culture starters

Included in a pack of lesson starters which ask students to follow the visible thinking routine "See, think, wonder" to discover more about Hispanic culture. A great way of sparking curiosity and inquiry in the first moments of the lesson and developing critical thinking skills. Perfect for PYP/MYP inquiry based learning classrooms. Ask students only the following questions: 1. What do you see? 2. What do you think? 3. What do you wonder?
douglm11
Las direcciones (Directions)

Las direcciones (Directions)

Hello all, I have attached a PowerPoint and a 2 exercises Word where you can practise with KS3 or revise With KS4 the directions. (I have as well used 5 qualifiers). Thanks, Mr Garcia
jogarcia3789
Dia de los muertos / Day of the dead 1st and 2nd November

Dia de los muertos / Day of the dead 1st and 2nd November

This is for Spanish and Latin American culture club about day of the dead in Mexico. It is in English about the Mexican festival. Lots of pictures and videos with some pages of key info points. Also a colouring activity page is here and I will decorate scull biscuits in the club too.
isabel_wood88
Salvador Dali, Federico Garcia Lorca and Luis Bunuel

Salvador Dali, Federico Garcia Lorca and Luis Bunuel

This is another resource for Spanish club, may be useful for art, culture, Spanish lesson. It is a summary of the lives of these 3 friends of the "Generation '27" who all attended the Residencia Estudiantes, Madrid, Spain. In England we know more about Salvador Dali than we do Lorca and Bunuel, but the three of them have had interesting careers which are very notable and interesting.
isabel_wood88
GIANT Spanish Culturopoly Board Game

GIANT Spanish Culturopoly Board Game

The second of our GIANT Board Games, Culturopoly focuses on teaching students about the important people, products, and places of the countries of Mexico, Spain, Guatemala, Puerto Rico, Ecuador, Panama, Costa Rica, Cuba, Peru, Chile, Argentina, and Venezuela. This is a great whole-class game that transforms the floor of your classroom into a giant board game. With a style of game play similar to Monopoly, students travel around the game board collecting cultural facts about the various countries. Once they gather enough facts, if they land on a "maleta" space, they can answer some trivia questions about a particular country in order to earn a "boleto de ida y vuelta". The team with the most "boletos" at the end end of the game wins. The best part of this game is that it is easily adaptable to any age group and proficiency level. With three different difficulty levels (Easy, Medium, Hard), it is perfect for an exploratory or Latin American Studies class all the way through an upper level Spanish class. While the Easy mode allows for students with no knowledge of Spanish, the Medium mode starts to introduce target language terms for students with minimal Spanish language proficiency, and the Hard mode focuses on play completely in the target language. This is a great way to review for culture portions of midterm or final exams, or for any day that you just need something different. In the future, there will be expansion packs to add different Spanish-speaking countries to the game. Either way, any teacher will get a LOT of use out of this one game. This Resource Includes: -Complete Set-up and Game Play Instructions for each mode -Fifty 8 1/2 x 11 Game Spaces with pictures representative of cultural items -12 Boletos de Ida y Vuelta (one per country) -12 Easy Difficulty Country Challenge Cards w/ answer keys -12 Medium Difficulty Country Challenge Cards w/ answer keys -12 Hard Difficulty Country Challenge Cards w/ answer keys -36 Culture Fact Cards
sombra1230
Salvador Dali Spanish

Salvador Dali Spanish

A couple of lessons on Dalí paintings, practising the GCSE question 'Qué hay en la foto?', followed by a collective memory game to consolidate describing pictures
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