Secondary Spanish resources: shopping and souvenirs

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¿A qué hora abre el banco? (What time does the bank open?)

¿A qué hora abre el banco? (What time does the bank open?)

In this worksheet you will learn how to ask about opening / closing times for a variety of shops and businesses and how to deal with places classed as 'masculine' and 'feminine'. 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.

By vettyjames

Y8 A comer!  Booklet

Y8 A comer! Booklet

Hello all, This is a booklet created by me keeping all the necessary information for this topic inside. A comer! Y8 1+Vocabulary by units (What do I like to eat, breakfast/lunch/dinner, in the restaurant, what can we buy in the market) 2+ 5 Homework tasks 3+ Treasure chest Mr Garcia :)

By jogarcia3789

Spanish Holidays homework project

Spanish Holidays homework project

Hello, This document explain the Holiday homework project. - Destinations and Leisure activities, prices in euros. - Testimonials (ie holiday reviews) in the Present, Past and Near Future tenses with a big emphasis on the Past including opinions in these tenses. - Extension: add facts on the weather, the food, transports

By jogarcia3789

Spanish - holidays bundle - las vacaciones (KS3/GCSE)

Spanish - holidays bundle - las vacaciones (KS3/GCSE)

This is a bundle of resources to use with the top end of KS3 or to support a GCSE group. There is a mixture of activities which pupils can use to support with their own writing and speaking. There are reading comprehensions and grammar activities. The bundle included language mats to support pupils who may need a little extra-help and resources on how to construct the preterite tense.

By RL6

Viva 2 - Year 8 - All Units - All Lessons

Viva 2 - Year 8 - All Units - All Lessons

This contains all lessons for the Y8 Viva 2 book (new GCSE). All images have been taken out for copyright purposes obviously. They are perfect companions for the teachers using the book in lesson.

By Ours256

Viva GCSE 5.3 - De compras

Viva GCSE 5.3 - De compras

Powerpoint to go with lesson 3 of Unit 5 for the new Viva GCSE Higher book. All images have been taken out for copyrights purposes :)

By Ours256

Spanish KS3 GCSE holidays reading comprehension preterite past tense

Spanish KS3 GCSE holidays reading comprehension preterite past tense

A reading comprehension to use with pupils to practise using the preterite tense in the context of holidays. There are four accounts of different holidays in the past tense and two reading comprehension questions: one is tick the box and the other requires full answers. These texts can also be models for pupils own work and help them to scaffold their ideas.

By RL6

Spanish KS3 GCSE holidays preterite past tense las vacaciones preterite reading writing

Spanish KS3 GCSE holidays preterite past tense las vacaciones preterite reading writing

A stand alone lesson to introduce the topic of holidays using some key past tense verbs. The resources (a PowerPoint and Worksheet) will guide pupils to be able to talk about their holidays in the past tense by the end of the lesson. The key verbs are introduced and pupils do activities to recognise and memorise these. These are then used in a reading so pupils can start to see how they work. Pupils are then introduced to the rules for -AR verb conjugation and have an opportunity to practise key verbs for the topic, with all subject pronouns. The plenary brings all of this together by asking pupils to write/ say a paragraph based on the visual information on a slide. They can then use this as a model for their own work. There is also a plenary reading comprehension task with a gap-fill activity and this can then be used by pupils to model their own answer on.

By RL6