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Spanish articles and plurals, using possessive pronouns with family members

Spanish articles and plurals, using possessive pronouns with family members

The presentation encourages pupils to come up with their own rules for spotting m/f words in Spanish, then looks at how plurals are formed and which articles are used for a/the/some depending on gender/plurals. There are different tasks to practise these. The 2nd half of the presentation looks at the words for my/your (singular) / his & her in relation to family members. The family members are introduced using The Simpsons and there is a family-tree speaking task at the end. There is a Simpsons crossword linked to the family tree, to practise family vocab/possessive pronouns/me llamo etc. There are 4 related hand outs: an A4 sheet for the group work on spotting gender, A6 colour vocab grids for the articles and the possessive pronouns and a list of the various family members (divided into foundation and higher level vocabulary).
r_kingman13
18 x Year 7 Spanish Lessons - Term 2

18 x Year 7 Spanish Lessons - Term 2

18 Spanish lessons for the second term of Year 7. These can be used with or without Listos Lesson 1 - La comida Lesson 2 -¿Qué comes para ....? - Meals Lesson 3 - Las tapas Lesson 4 - ¿Que tipo de comida te gusta? Lesson 5 - En el restaurante - tapas Lesson 6 - ¿Qué te duele? Lesson 7 - Me siento mal Lesson 8 - En la farmacia Lesson 9 - El presente Lesson 10 - El presente irregular Lesson 11 - The preterite Lesson 12 - La comida (speaking specific lesson) Lesson 13 - En la farmacia recap Lesson 14 - Me siento mal (pasado) Lesson 15 - La dieta española Lesson 16 - Un dieta insaludable Lesson 17 - Preterite irregulars Lesson 18 - More preterite pratice
thefrenchresourcebank
Boat Sinking description game for Spanish class

Boat Sinking description game for Spanish class

This resource is ideal to practice the description of objects in a motivating and enjoyable way. This resource includes a gameboard with 36 objects for students to describe and instructions for teachers on how to play. This resource is intended for pre-intermediate and intermediate students. Please, leave a comment after downloading! Thank you! Visit my TES shop, THE SPANISH WORKSHOP, for tons of great Spanish resources. Sales are awaiting you every week!
VTarantino
Spanish A Level Grammar Booklet

Spanish A Level Grammar Booklet

Spanish A Level Grammar Booklet. This booklet (120 pages) provides a very comprehensive study of the main grammar points needed at A level. Each section includes an explanation of a grammar point and a variety of activities to consolidate knowledge and understanding. The booklet is divided into the following sections: 1. Nouns 1a. gender 1b. number 2. Articles 3. Adjectives 4. Comparatives and superlatives 5. “Por” and “para” 6. Contractions 7. Negatives 8. Questions 9. Personal a 10. Relative pronouns 11. Possessive adjectives and pronouns 12. Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns 13. Direct object pronouns 14. Indirect object pronouns 15. Direct and indirect object pronouns used together 16. Apocopation 17. “Ser” and “estar” 18. Conjugating verbs 19. Present tense 19 a. regular verbs 19 b. irregular verbs 19 c. stem-changing (or radical-changing) verbs 19 d. reflexive verbs 19 e. “gustar” 19 f. back to front verbs 20. Preterite tense 21. Imperfect tense 22. Preterite vs imperfect 23. Present perfect 24. Past perfect (or “pluperfect”) 25. Future simple 26. Conditional 27. Commands (the imperative) 28. Present progressive (or “present continuous”) 29. Present subjunctive 30. Passive voice (and how to avoid it) 31. Conditional clauses
corcuera
Introduction to Spanish: 6 lessons to start you off!

Introduction to Spanish: 6 lessons to start you off!

Give your learners a great start, with practice greeting their friends, and asking how are you? Show learners how easy Spanish is with cognates from the world of work, from taxistas to futbolistas. Present a little grammar, with personal pronouns from yo to ellos, and a few verbs including ser, hablar and tener. Study un poco de geografía en español, and talk about la familia.
mcsquarkle