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Near future worksheet

Near future worksheet

Hello all, Here we have a 2 exercise worksheet related with near future and free time activities. Translation and fill the gap. Mr Garcia :)
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Reading revision (Y7-8)

Reading revision (Y7-8)

Hello, Here we have a revision worksheet where they have to answer a few questions about a text. Help sheet on the bottom of the worksheet Mr Garcia :)
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Spanish, Year 9 and GCSE - Imperfect Tense and Imperfect and Preterite Together. 5 Resources.

Spanish, Year 9 and GCSE - Imperfect Tense and Imperfect and Preterite Together. 5 Resources.

5 resources, teaching the endings for Regular Imperfect Verbs, providing exercises for practice and consolidation. Also resources to help pupils learn when to use Imperfect and when to use Preterite. (1) Imperfect endings explanation sheet - explains when to use the Imperfect, gives regular endings and some regular infinitives, to then change into imperfect, for different persons. (2) Imperfect sentence making - verbs to match to endings that make sense. Then to extend sentences with details and opinions. Second part of sheet has a range of imperfect verbs and some future ones, for pupils to make the best paragraph they can, using all of this language. (3) Imperfect and preterite recognition - seeing verbs and being able to say if they are in the preterite or imperfect. Good revision of rules and endings. Followed by sentences, using both past tenses, which pupils need to translate into English. (4) Imperfect sentence maker - key verbs and possible endings given at top of sheet, as a support for weaker pupils. Followed by sentences in English, which pupils must translate into Spanish, using the vocab at the top and also other vocab already covered (or can use textbook / dictionary). (5) Imperfect and preterite sorting activity - 10 short sentences in font 48, all about a trip to London. In pairs, pupils can put into Preterite and Imperfect columns. They could then translate or adapt details. Practise changing the past tense etc.
cathyp78
Spanish Years 8, 9 and GCSE - Preterite Past Tense, General Topics. 4 Resources.

Spanish Years 8, 9 and GCSE - Preterite Past Tense, General Topics. 4 Resources.

4 resources which can be used as introduction, practice, revision and consolidation of the Preterite past tense. (1) General Preterite Gap-Fill - large font of 22, so can be cut up to complete in pairs or can be printed 2 sheets into 1. 7 preterite verbs to go in gaps are in boxes underneath. Again, could be cut and stuck into gaps, as you prefer. Different persons with AR/ER/IR verbs are used. Pupils could then translate sentences into English or change details, persons etc, as an extension. (2) El Sabado Pasado Gap-Fill - similar to format above, but there are other words for gaps, not just verbs. However, 2 words are not used. This is to check that pupils are reading carefully. This worksheet helps more, as the English is also given. You could delete this, however, if you feel your pupils do not need it. (3) Boardgame - Dice and counters required. Can be played in pairs or 3s. Pupils have to put the English into Spanish when landing on those squares. Good idea for teacher to circulate to check pupils giving correct answers. You can obviously adapt the rules I have put on the board. (4) Starter - bubbles with preterite verbs in, in different persons. Pupils need to use colours or symbols to show which verbs are AR, IR or ER. As an extension, they could translate or make sentences around these verbs. Hope these resources are useful.
cathyp78
Mira 2 - Unit 1

Mira 2 - Unit 1

Amazing PowerPoint Presentation to complement Mira 2 - Unit 1. Step by step explanation of all the contents of the first unit. Please leave comments.
Quinterito
Encuentra a personas en clase (Spanish speaking ice-breakers)

Encuentra a personas en clase (Spanish speaking ice-breakers)

Four ice-breaking activities to get students talking to each other at the beginning of the year: find people in your class who... On four different levels: one basic worksheet, two intermediate (based on the topic of holidays and negative sentences) and advanced.
corcuera
Complete Spanish Course to build Confidence in Speaking

Complete Spanish Course to build Confidence in Speaking

Spanish e-books to support learners as they begin to speak Spanish. in total, over 300 pages of explanations, examples, exercises and resources to help and encourage your students. Written in Spanglish, the English - Spanish mix that maximises exposure to the target language at the same time as allowing full comprehension (as long as the student is preparado to make a few guesses inteligentes). Cognates are used wherever possible. The course is written around 10 themes: introductions, countries, occupations, the family, ordering in a cafe, the town, directions, shops, transport and restaurants. There are also lots of varied activities throughout to practice the basics of pronunciation and using numbers. This book is designed to be easy to use in the classroom, and for learners to be able to read through and remember outside the classroom. It minimises preparation time. With plenty of pictures throughout, 14 point text and double line spacing, it is accessible to dyslexic students. This book has a friendly, conversational style and makes suggestions about how to study and how to remember new words. Non-Spanish speakers have read this book, and told me that they were able to read it from cover to cover. One reviewer said, "You don't realise when it is Spanish or English you are reading, because it all blends in." I hope Spanish teachers and students give this book a try, because I have found it to be successful in engaging my learners and giving them the knowledge and the confidence to speak Spanish.
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