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Spanish KS4 KS3 adjective agreement revision writing practice

Spanish KS4 KS3 adjective agreement revision writing practice

This resource recaps key adjectives from KS4 and requires pupils to manipulate them and to practise using correct adjectival agreement. There are 20 adjectives to revise and define, a grammar activity changing adjectives to fit the context and a final activity which requires pupils to understand the sentence and choose a suitable adjective and ensure it agrees with what it describes.
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Spanish Reading and Speaking Activities on the topic nightmares and interpreting dreams

Spanish Reading and Speaking Activities on the topic nightmares and interpreting dreams

This is a 4 pages long Reading comprehension and Speaking resource with on the topic Nightmares and Dreams Interpretation. The resource is intended for intermediate and upper-intermediate levels, B1+ and B2 levels and also AS and A2. It includes: - an informative text on the most common nightmares from the website euroresidentes.com - 4 activities: ACTIVITY 1: General questions on how students dream, if they remember their dreams, if they have nightmares, etc. for students to express their opinions and talk about themselves. (the whole class) ACTIVITY 2: Elaborate a simple survey and ranking on what students think are the most common nightmares. (the whole class) ACTIVITY 3: Students must interpret the most common nightmares using their creativity and imagination. (Pair work, Group work or whole class) ACTIVITY 4: Pair work in which each student reads about what the previous most common nightmares actually mean and shares this information with his/her partner. (Reading and oral practice) The text is included in this worksheet, so you do not need to print it out separately. The worksheet has an inviting and appealing design and all the instructions are written in Spanish. It can also be used as extra practice in TA's lessons. 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 Reading comprehension and Speaking on the topic inconvenience and lack of comfort

Spanish Reading comprehension and Speaking on the topic inconvenience and lack of comfort

This is a 2 pages long Reading comprehension and Spaeking resource on the topic inconveniences and lack of comfort. The resource is intended for intermediate and upper-intermediate levels, B1+ and B2 levels and also AS and A2. It includes: - a reading from the Spanish newspaper El Pais -¿Que es lo que mas incomoda a los londinenses en el metro? - 4 activities: ACTIVITY 1: General questions related to the text for students to express their own opinion. ACTIVITY 2: Create a list of things that annoy students on the street, when taking the lift, travelling by plane, at the supermarket, etc. Then compare and establish a ranking. ACTIVITY 3: Complete the given Spanish expressions of annoyance using indicativo or subjuntivo. ACTIVITY 4: Students must tell and share a situation which they remember as very annoying. Then vote for the strangest, funniest, embarrassing story. The text is included in this worksheet, so you do not need to print it out separately. The worksheet has an inviting and appealing design and all the instructions are written in Spanish. It can also be used as extra practice in TA's lessons. 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
CREATIVE DOOR HANGERS BASED ON SPANISH VOCABULARY

CREATIVE DOOR HANGERS BASED ON SPANISH VOCABULARY

This resource includes 10 literacy themed craft door hangers based on basic Spanish vocabulary: Los colores Los deportes Las frutas Los animales del agua Los animales salvajes Me gusta España Mi casa El material escolar Mi familia El tiempo These cut-out door hangers are intended for elementary and primary levels. There is also a blanck door hanger template included in the pack. 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
¿Cómo eres?

¿Cómo eres?

A resource to get ks4 pupils who have previously done this topic in ks3, to get reading, writing and speaking in Spanish - descriptions of themselves. Includes a visual starter where pupils use a vocab sheeet to describe some images, an extended text for reading with multiple choice questions, simple questions with sentence starters for speaking and a criteria for what to include in a short written paragraph.
j_pooley58
Guess my post-it game for Spanish class (elementary to intermediate levels)

Guess my post-it game for Spanish class (elementary to intermediate levels)

This resource is intended for elementary up yo intermediate levels and includes a game board with 32 post-it icons for students to mime out, describe, rhyme, play hangman with, use in a sentence or draw. The only thing you need to play is a dice. Instructions are included. 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 GCSE Speaking Exam Game to Practise Key Vocab (accompanies my GCSE Speaking booklet)

Spanish GCSE Speaking Exam Game to Practise Key Vocab (accompanies my GCSE Speaking booklet)

This Speaking game accompanies the Support Material document I have also uploaded. Vocab from that document is used in this game, along with language from a range of themes and topics covered at GCSE. This document has 8 pages. Page 1 - Information and Rules on How to Play 'Link 5'. Pupils can also refer to these during the game. How To Play: • Either choose a number OR to make the game more difficult, roll a dice up to 5 times per turn, to get a number. • AIM: To be the first person to LINK 5 (in any direction, so long as linked). Your opponent must try to block you and link his/her own 5. • When you choose a number, pick up any card and translate it into English. If correct (answers on back to check AFTER translation), either put a counter or your colour dot on that number. Then, it is your opponent’s turn. • If your answer is incorrect, your opponent has a chance to translate your card correctly. Once a card has been used, place it at the bottom of the pile. The translation has to match, apart from slightly different wording, which is allowed. • Keep playing until someone LINKS 5 or you are both blocked! Underneath these instructions on the first page, is the 30 square board on which to play. You can choose whether to print this and for it to written on by pupils and therefore be disposable or you can laminate it and use counters etc, so the board can be used numerous times. Pages 2, 3 and 4 - Question cards to use for game. There are 36 in total and the Spanish on the cards varies in difficulty, so you can tailor the cards to the needs of your pupils. Each card has a thick black border and they are spaced evenly, to make it easier to laminate and cut. Pages 5, 6 and 7 - The English translation of each Question card. These are in a lighter colour font, so when you cut them and stick them to the back of the Question cards, pupils cannot read the answer through the paper! I have produced the answers in such a way that enables you to lay the page on the back of the Question card page (obviously making sure you match them correctly) and to then stick them in exact alignment, prior to laminating and cutting. You may prefer not to provide answers, but this can be useful to ensure that there are no disputes about correct responses, during the game! Page 8 - There are 30 Yellow counters and 30 Red. It is unlikely you will require anywhere near this amount of each colour, but they are there in-case. They are, again, spaced evenly, to make cutting easier. You may choose to use real counters or, laminate the board and pupils mark their 'counters' with a board pen, or you could leave the paper un-laminated and pupils put a coloured dot on their spaces. You could add extra rules to make the game more interesting (eg: if they can also answer the question in Spanish, they can add another counter).
cathyp78
GCSE Spanish Photo description key phrases & helpful language. A* constructions.

GCSE Spanish Photo description key phrases & helpful language. A* constructions.

A support sheet for pupils who are describing a photo in Spanish. There are lots of useful phrases to help with describing the photo itself, as well as lots of complex language and A* constructions for pupils to include. The structures and language are in groups: phrases to introduce a photo, past tense expressions, weather phrases, using the gerund, A* constructions to include, useful connectives, opinion phrases etc. My own pupils have found this very useful and it provides an excellent scaffold for them producing high quality work.
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