1. Resources Home
  2. Secondary
  3. Languages
  4. Spanish
  5. Links to other subjects
  6. Physical education
Let's Learn Spanish Active Learning - Which sports do I play?

Let's Learn Spanish Active Learning - Which sports do I play?

This Active Learning Lesson has 16 colourful Powerpoint slides about ‘Which sports do I play?’ The Powerpoint speaks so that ​the kids can hear the correct ​pronunciation and they can ​practise saying the words. There are pictures and photos of the movements associated with each phrase or word. The movements improve concentration, core strength, agility, balance and coordination. There are lots more fun Active Learning sessions available including: animals, my family, shapes, my body and going to market. The sessions cover numbers, days, seasons, colours and much more! Available as separate subjects or as a whole package
educationinmotion20
MFL Posters - Language Icons

MFL Posters - Language Icons

These posters are designed to promote learning foreign languages in schools, the choice of 'language icons' covers many successful people in sport, science, music, film. The main aim of this campaign is to show to students that learning languages enhances chances of success in life.
Lukaszlucky
MFL poster 4 - Paula Radcliffe

MFL poster 4 - Paula Radcliffe

This poster is designed to promote learning foreign languages in schools, the choice of 'language icons' covers many successful people in sport, science, music, film. The main aim of this campaign is to show to students that learning languages enhances chances of success in life.
Lukaszlucky
MFL Poster 3 - Jonny Wilkinson

MFL Poster 3 - Jonny Wilkinson

This poster is designed to promote learning foreign languages in schools, the choice of 'language icons' covers many successful people in sport, science, music, film. The main aim of this campaign is to show to students that learning languages enhances chances of success in life.
Lukaszlucky
MFL Poster 1 - Gary Lineker

MFL Poster 1 - Gary Lineker

This poster is designed to promote learning foreign languages in schools, the choice of 'language icons' covers many successful people in sport, science, music, film. The main aim of this campaign is to show to students that learning languages enhances chances of success in life.
Lukaszlucky
KS3/4 Spanish - Body & Health (Future Tense) [Reading/Speaking Activities included]

KS3/4 Spanish - Body & Health (Future Tense) [Reading/Speaking Activities included]

N.B. This lesson can easily be used in preparation for reading or speaking assessments as it helps students develop both their exam skills and their capacity to use language pertaining to the topic of health/body both receptively and productively. - Ideal for learners of KS3 and lower KS4 Spanish, as the lesson includes plenty of scaffolding and 'stretch and challenge'. Also includes differentiated versions of the worksheet. - Total of 4 files in the package: a PowerPoint for the lesson which includes all slides (hidden with white backgrounds) to print for students; two worksheets (higher & lower ability), and a starter activity handout. - The content for the reading and speaking tasks are based on 'Body and Health'. For support in teaching this topic, see other resources published by the same author. - Lesson provides a balance of reading and speaking activities and skills development so as to not overwhelm students with the development of just one skill. - Activities and tips are based on the specifications for the new GCSE. - Includes a "think, pair, share" activity to foster an environment of deep thinking and student voice. Students take an active role in "thinking about their understanding/processing language" (meta-cognition) and acknowledging their strengths and areas for improvement. - Tasks include scaffolding to render activities as accessible as possible for students, as well as extension activities for more able students. - Reading skills activities explore reading for gist and inferring positivity/negativity/neutrality from a text. Encourages students to use tools at their disposal such as recognising cognates. - Speaking activity includes a 'Student feedback card' which students can fill out when listening to their partner speak in the TL. This encourages students to peer assess and consider the quality of the speech and its content, i.e. accuracy of adjective agreement, tenses and use of opinions etc. Also leaves room for WWW and EBI. - PowerPoint includes slides on the near future tense which can be printed as a reference for students. - Colour-coded texts according to word category to support students with dyslexia or lower literacy. - Animated and visually engaging slides. - Notes under slides to explain how teachers might like to deliver the lesson and also details the thinking behind each activity. - Various sections of the reading activity could be given as homework if lessons are shorter or if your learner group work at a slower pace.
tcnewman
KS3/4 Spanish - Listening & Reading Skills (Topic: Body & Health)

KS3/4 Spanish - Listening & Reading Skills (Topic: Body & Health)

N.B. This lesson can easily be used in preparation for listening and reading assessment as it helps students develop both their exam skills and their capacity to consciously listen to TL. - Ideal for learners of KS3 and lower KS4 Spanish, as the lesson includes plenty of scaffolding and step-by-step exploitation of audios. - Total of 2 files in the package: a PowerPoint for the lesson which includes all slides (hidden with white backgrounds) to print for students; specifically-designed MP3 file. - The content for the reading and listening files is based on 'Body and Health'. For support in teaching this topic, see other resources published by the same author. - Lesson provides a balance of reading and listening activities and skills development so as to not overwhelm students with the development of just one skill. - Activities and tips are based on the specifications for the new GCSE. - Includes "think, pair, share" activities to foster an environment of deep thinking and student voice. Students take an active role in "thinking about their learning" (meta-cognition) and acknowledging their strengths and areas for improvement. - Tasks include scaffolding to render activities as accessible as possible for students, as well as extension activities for more able students. - Reading skills activities explore reading for gist and inferring positivity/negativity/neutrality from a text. Encourages students to use tools at their disposal such as recognising cognates. - Transcript is provided for the listening activity (as well as the audio file). There is also a listening activity which involves providing students with a copy of the transcript which contains errors. Students have to listen to the audio and highlight/correct errors. This helps them to isolate different sounds and develop their ability to listen out for specific information in audio texts. - Listening skills activities are based on academic research into: (a) What students find most difficult about approaching an audio text (b) Going beyond simply inferring information from audio texts and encouraging students to isolate individual words and phrases (d) Encourages students to pay extra attention to letters and pronunciation (e) Shows students a range of exam tips and how to listen for gist (f) Shows students how to take advantage of all information and clues before they listen to the audio text - Colour-coded texts according to word category to support students with dyslexia or lower literacy. - Animated and visually engaging slides. - Notes under slides to explain how teachers might like to deliver the lesson and also details the thinking behind each activity.
tcnewman
KS3/4 Spanish - ¿Qué deportes haces? & Stem-Changing Verbs (What sports do you do?)

KS3/4 Spanish - ¿Qué deportes haces? & Stem-Changing Verbs (What sports do you do?)

- Ideal for learners of KS3 and lower KS4 Spanish. - Total of 3 files included in package (PowerPoint lesson, homework sheet for learning vocabulary, and a worksheet. Some slides in the PowerPoint and 'hidden' and can be printed to push higher-ability students). - Extension activities provided throughout the accommodate for stretch and challenge. - Follows on from the lesson on TES entitled 'KS3/4 Spanish - ¿Qué deportes haces? / What sports do you do? (Sports/Health & 'Jugar' vs 'Hacer')' by the same author. - CfU (checking for understanding) activities. - Covers time frequency adverbs. - Hints and suggestions for teachers in the notes section of the PowerPoint slides. - Introduces students to the concept of stem-changing verbs and recaps the conjugation of regular present tense -ar verbs. - Clear learning objective with differentiated outcomes. - Colour-coded texts according to word category to support students with dyslexia or lower literacy. - Animated and visually engaging slides. - Support for weaker students. - Clear and visually engaging slides with grammatical rules from which students may copy into exercise books. Alternatively, they are all printable and may act as a reference for students. - Use of 'think, pair, share' to encourage student voice, deep thinking and learners taking greater responsibility for their learning. - Activities are designed to support the skills needed for the new GCSE specification, including 'reading between the lines', looking for gist and interpreting texts beyond basic-level comprehension. - Heavy focus on grammar and writing skills. Translation activity is differentiated by task (for higher-ability students there is an additional and more complex paragraph to translate). - Peer evaluation/assessment as part of the plenary, using WWW and EBI.
tcnewman
KS3/4 Spanish - ¿Qué deportes haces? / What sports do you do? (Sports/Health & 'Jugar' vs 'Hacer')

KS3/4 Spanish - ¿Qué deportes haces? / What sports do you do? (Sports/Health & 'Jugar' vs 'Hacer')

- Ideal for learners of KS3 and lower KS4 Spanish. - Total of 3 files included in package (PowerPoint lesson, homework sheet and pre-lesson grammar and vocabulary assessment. Some slides in the PowerPoint and 'hidden' and can be printed to support students). - Extension activities provided throughout the accommodate for stretch and challenge. - Includes a 'Vocabulary and Grammar Mastery' to assess students prior to teaching this lesson, which checks if students know the body parts, if they understand how to use 'me duele(n)' and whether they can accurately distinguish between 'Tengo/Estoy/Me siento' with expressions pertaining to illness and ailments. Sheet includes space in which subsequent Improvement Task (included herein) should be completed. The assessment is quick and easy to mark. - Improvement Task has clear instructions for students and teacher on the slides and also provides three tasks (A,B,C) which are specifically tailored to help students progress based on the questions they answer correctly on the Improvement Task. - CfU (checking for understanding) activities. - Covers time frequency adverbs. - Some minor SMSC/cultural input with reference to the Basque region and the concept of 'pelota vasca' (Basque pelota). - Includes colour-coded slides and images, as well as 'hints' in the notes section of the PowerPoint to help students distinguish between 'jugar' and 'hacer'. - Colour-coded texts according to word category to support students with dyslexia or lower literacy. - Animated and visually engaging slides. - Support for weaker students. - Includes opportunity for pair/group work and student discussion. - Heavy vocabulary drilling with multiple options such as '¿Qué falta?' (What's missing?) and 'Ganar al profesor' (Beat the teacher). - Activities are designed to support the skills needed for the new GCSE specification, including 'reading between the lines', looking for gist and interpreting texts beyond basic-level comprehension. - Mixture of settle and stir activities, along with whole class discussion, short activities to check for understanding (AfL) and sustained independent tasks. - Peer evaluation/assessment as part of the plenary, using WWW and EBI.
tcnewman
Mi ciudad - Activities in town, photo card worksheet and project AQA GCSE

Mi ciudad - Activities in town, photo card worksheet and project AQA GCSE

This is a brief bundle for the young GCSE Spanish class or for the revision of the older students. I included 2 versions of my observation lesson (practice of Section C reading exam task), a photo card help worksheet (can also be used for the topic writing practice) and a research project about a favourite town with the model answer that practically summarises the topic vocabulary and can also be used for the revision tasks (can be amended if needed).
madsheep_123
GCSE SPANISH colour match bundle 1

GCSE SPANISH colour match bundle 1

A bundle of 10 of my colour match vocabulary practice sheets for GCSE Spanish. Pupils find words in Spanish and English which match and then they colour them the same colour. There is also a black sheet for pupils to fill in the words as they find a match. They then will have their own vocab sheet.
miriamw4ll
Town research project for KS3/KS4 Spanish - Mi ciudad favorita

Town research project for KS3/KS4 Spanish - Mi ciudad favorita

This is a research project lesson (or two lessons really) that I created for my year 8 Spanish students. It can also be used for year 9 as the model answer has quite a list of grammar / some more can be added. The idea is to promote independent learning via research. There are two choices: a documentary about your favourite town in England (in my case it is Manchester) or an interview with a football player about his town in Spain ( I chose Madrid). Students decide on the task, the roles and start researching relevant information using their iPads (one of the students needs to summarise the information that others found). They then have to prepare a script in Spanish and to make a video using iMovie or any other video application. If there is little time I would suggest them to present it and I would film it. The whole process takes about 2 lessons and is perfect for the end of the topic as you can incorporate all of the structures / vocabulary learned during the term!
madsheep_123
GCSE SPANISH - Free Time Activities - Sport - COLOUR MATCH

GCSE SPANISH - Free Time Activities - Sport - COLOUR MATCH

This is a colour match exercise to practise vocabulary from the AQA syllabus. Students find a pair which mean the same, in English and Spanish. They then colour them the same colour. If they run out of colours they could use stripes, spots etc. If you are short on time they could number the boxes instead of colouring them in. The second sheet is for students to fill in the words as they find them and then to use as a vocab list. This is useful for a starter, a cover lesson or a homework
miriamw4ll
Euro 2016 Spanish booklet

Euro 2016 Spanish booklet

Adapted from a German resource from the TES website (created by user Trumpetrich), various activities including, amongst others, transport vocabulary, country vocabulary, opportunities to challenge students with independent writing exercises as well as football-specific vocabulary.
hmgeraghty
Euro 2016 Spanish

Euro 2016 Spanish

I've used a booklet prepared by Emmaandran : https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/euros-16-spanish-booklet-11293131 Here is the corrected and edited version. I hope you find it useful
bicho
Spanish Teaching Resources. Olympic & Paralympic Games. Juegos olímpicos y paralímpicos

Spanish Teaching Resources. Olympic & Paralympic Games. Juegos olímpicos y paralímpicos

I have designed these resources to celebrate the Rio 2016 Olympics and Paralympics. They build student’s knowledge of sports vocabulary and adjectives using YouTube extracts, fun animations, matching cards, a video extract worksheet and finally a creative task to help the students express their Olympic/Paralympic passions! Slide 2 presents the differentiated lesson objectives. Slide 3 has the Olympic motto and pictures of Olympian heroes. Slide 4 is the warmer task: name as many Olympic/Paralympic sports as possible from student’s previous knowledge and includes links to the Juntos | Campaña oficial del COI in both Spanish and English (1 min 30 secs each) to inspire the students. They may do this in teams, pairs or individually. The full list of Olympic and Paralympic events can be found on a PDF in these resources. Slides 5 to 43 build new Olympic/Paralympic sports vocabulary: El atletismo El remo El piragüismo La equitación La esgrima El levantamiento de pesas La lucha El buceo El nado sincronizado El tiro El tiro con arco La vela Slide 5 invites the students to: All: Match Up! Most: Perfect Pronunciation Challenge! Some: Quick Fire Questions! *Here the students quiz each other, e.g Spanish to English, English to Spanish, spellings etc. of the new vocabulary. Slides 6 to 17 have 1 slide per expression and allow you to drill the new vocabulary. Then there is graded questioning. Slides 19 to 30 show the images and give the students a choice of two possible sports to choose from. Then slides 31 to 43 are what’s missing? slides. Slide 44 should be used in conjunction with the worksheet. Here the students tick the sports they see on the Paralympic trailer video (2 mins 48 secs) and includes an extension task for stronger students. The answers are on the first two pages of the worksheet PDF. The next slide should be used with the English-Spanish adjectives matching cards. Adjectives: trabajador/a entusiasmado/a perezoso/a nervioso/a concentrado/a seguro/a relajado/a encantado/a orgulloso/a egoísta terco/a lento/a rápido/a hablador(a) habilidoso/a Once matched you may like to play pelmenism/slap the card. Then complete the second half of the worksheet: students watch the official Rio 2016 trailer and tick the adjectives which reflect the emotions of the athletes and spectators as well as other adjectives to describe what they see. There is an extension task for stronger students. Then the students have a choice of three creative tasks: to design and decorate in Spanish an Olympic torch, an Olympic flag or to write a poem about their Olympic/Paralympic hero. The last slide is for reflection.
rachelburman
Spanish Teaching Resources: Euro 2016 Football lesson.

Spanish Teaching Resources: Euro 2016 Football lesson.

Euro 2016 Resources Product Description. I have planned this lesson not only to teach vocabulary and facts about football, France and Euro 2016, but also to help the students to respond creatively to their learning and hopefully share their passion for football! The PowerPoint uses matching cards, colourful pictures and animations and YouTube extracts set to music to inspire the students. It is planned to use with students from Years 6-9 (the final task is very open-ended). Slide 2 shows a celebratory image of the 2012 winners – Spain! Slide 3 states the objective: Objectivo: To learn about el fútbol & Euro 2016 and to respond creatively to your learning. Slide 4 has a YouTube link to follow to use with the attached worksheet. This uses the official UEFA promotional video (3 mins 57 secs) and the worksheet builds vocabulary, cultural and factual knowledge such as the locations of the stadiums, their capacities, cultural images and numbers of matches, volunteers, teams etc. The worksheet is differentiated with an Extra! challenge section. The answers are on the first page of the worksheet. Slide 6 introduces key vocabulary and can be used with the matching cards. The students should work in pairs/ groups to match the vocabulary and the picture using their previous knowledge, cognates and a process of elimination. Vocabulary: Un futbolista El guardameta El réferi El estadio La pelota La copa Una bandera Un equipo Una tarjeta amarilla La cancha Una camiseta Unos botines The activity is differentiated as follows: All: Match Up! Most: Perfect Pronunciation Challenge! Some: Quick Fire Questions! (Here the students quiz each other: French to English, English to French, spellings, accents…..). Slides 7 to 18 show each word and the matching picture and colourful animations. Slide 19 has all the pictures for a quick recap. Then there is graded questioning: Slides 20 to 31 have A, B, C multiple choice questions. Slides 32 to 45 are “What’s missing?” slides. Then slide 46 has a YouTube link to the official song and video (3 mins 49 secs) and students should note down new nouns and adjectives expressing the emotions they see and feel (if they don’t know the Spanish they can grab a dictionary later!) The creative challenges are presented on slides 46 and 47, this is to either create an acrostic, a calligramme or a poem (there is a poem template provided). This information is also on the accompanying worksheets. Slide 48 provides the opportunity for reflection. I really hope you and your students enjoy these resources!
rachelburman
World Cup Spanish vocab

World Cup Spanish vocab

This a resource I've created for an enrichment Spanish group to introduce football-related vocab during the World Cup - it&'s quite basic so probably more suitable for KS2 than KS3 but could be nice as a time filler or end of term activity!
kim_natalie81
Euro 2016 Final- All about Football (latest update June 2016)

Euro 2016 Final- All about Football (latest update June 2016)

Ideal for revising numbers and colours (grammar: noun-adjective agreement). Very motivating for keen footballers, girls and boys. Suitable for schools as well as home schoolers. The task introduces names of clothes. For more enthusiastic learners, a follow up task: design your ideal school uniform. If you find it useful please please please leave a review. There are 428 downloads on this resource and a much apprenciated 2 reviews. I have updated it hoping to verify if the changes are good and the resource useful! Gracias To learn more about my work follow my edublog: lorenazurbano.blogspot.co.uk
lorena123
Languages and the Olympics

Languages and the Olympics

This project involved primary and secondary pupils, three primary teachers, three secondary teachers, including two PE specialists, and two Primary Languages Outreach teachers. The idea was to collaborate to develop Olympics-related resources in French and Spanish and activities which would provide opportunities for active learning and could be led by secondary and primary-aged pupils. Resources from 'Links into Languages&', Crown Copyright. More information and resources can be found at: www.linksintolanguages.ac.uk/
LinksIntoLanguages
Languages for Football

Languages for Football

The project aims to give students the opportunity to practice their language skills (reading, writing and speaking) and their research and presentation skills, while learning about the emerging theme of corporate social responsibility and how it works in practice in foreign football clubs. Resources from 'Links into Languages&', Crown Copyright. More information and resources can be found at: www.linksintolanguages.ac.uk/
LinksIntoLanguages