Spanish TARGET CLASSROOM LANGUAGE song to Queen's "We are the champions":  lessons, activities, mp3

Spanish TARGET CLASSROOM LANGUAGE song to Queen's "We are the champions": lessons, activities, mp3

A song written by yours truly to teach students useful classroom language through song! The song is sung to Queen’s “We are the champions” so easy to pick up. This pack contains: -Teacher powerpoint with the lyrics, hyperlink to the song and the answers to the foundation/higher worksheet -Student powerpoint with the lyrics and hyperlink to the song -Foundation worksheet where students put the lines of the song in correct order and draw pictures to show the meanings of the lyrics -Higher worksheet where students translate the song lyrics and draw pictures to show the meanings of the lyrics -MP3 audio file of me and my students singing the song in the recording studio! Great as a competition between classes (e.g. who can create the best song video? who can perform the song with the best actions?); even better if you can convince the music department to take over the recording studio for a lesson! Could be played every few lessons as students enter the classroom to help them memorise the lyrics! Enjoy! Please review this resource!
r_g_huxford
Spanish Weather Activities (2 Day Lesson)

Spanish Weather Activities (2 Day Lesson)

This is a four page activity that is great for Spanish Teachers focusing on first year Spanish Language Learners. The day begins with students pairing up and practicing how to talk and write about the weather in different cities in Spain. Then students will create their own weekly weather forecast for a city in Spain. Finally, students will be arranged in groups and apply all their skills by creating and presenting a one week weather forecast to the class in the target language. The vocabulary required will included weather expressions, temperature and days of the week. There is also a speaking rubric included to help teachers grade the forecast presentation. This resource is a great way to engage students in the target language. Purchase this resource today and thank you!
mariammalek22
French and Spanish Word Wall/Knowledge Organiser/Table Mat

French and Spanish Word Wall/Knowledge Organiser/Table Mat

Designed to help pupils be more independent with extended writing : Spanish and French Word Walls included in the file. Can be stuck in books, displayed or printed as table mats. Includes: adjectives connectives time phrases frequency phrases sequencing phrases intensifiers key phrases
hannah_durham
Spanish PRETERITE song lessons with METACOGNITION “¿Qué hice, yo?” (Taylor Swift - Shake it off)

Spanish PRETERITE song lessons with METACOGNITION “¿Qué hice, yo?” (Taylor Swift - Shake it off)

A song written by yours truly to the tune of ‘Shake it off’ by Taylor Swift to learn preterite phrases and endings! This has been turned into a couple of lessons, focusing on metacognition in the context of learning content to music. The lesson starts with information on why we recall lyrics to songs from the BBC website. Students then fill in the gaps to the lyrics before seeing the complete version. Backing tracks have been included so you can sing in class! Slides containing pictures representing the lyrics to test their memory. Speaking activities where students roll a dice and answer preterite questions (could use phrases from the lyrics in their answers). Finally 6 online resources (Quizlets and quizzes) to consolidate the preterite (regular, irregular and reflexives). Please review this resource!
r_g_huxford
AQA 9-1 GCSE Spanish Theme 1 Unit 1 speaking listening practise  role play photo card general conv

AQA 9-1 GCSE Spanish Theme 1 Unit 1 speaking listening practise role play photo card general conv

Theme 1 Unit 1 speaking and listening practice! A presentation containing example role plays, photo cards and general conversation questions. There is a listening task for each element with the audio hyperlinked on the page. Marking criteria for each element of the speaking exam. There is a useful Quizlet for photo card technique. I’ve also included a ‘random question selector’ for the general conversation questions. A page of resources for improving speaking skills online and independently. A great resource for use in class, setting homework or posting on your online school portal for independent revision/support/catch up. Please review my resources!
r_g_huxford
Free time: Cinema / TV- Spanish AQA GCSE/ older KS3 - 4 lessons + Project + Speaking frame (Reading, Listening, Writing, Speaking)

Free time: Cinema / TV- Spanish AQA GCSE/ older KS3 - 4 lessons + Project + Speaking frame (Reading, Listening, Writing, Speaking)

This is a bundle of 4 lessons and a research project in relation to the topic of Free-time activities, subtopic TV and cinema in the AQA GCSE specification (originally for the y8 / early GCSE year but can also be used for revision for years 10 &11). These lessons are prepared for the topic of general vocabulary on TV and cinema and opinions. Each lesson highlights different part of the exam hence the 4 of them have Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking (Role-play) task. The bundle is finalised with the research project which includes the structures and grammar from the whole topic, that can be changed / adapted / differentiated further to your needs. I have also included the speaking framework for the Part 3 of the Higher Tier exam that can also be used in writing practice.
madsheep_123
Extr@ en espanol worksheets

Extr@ en espanol worksheets

Worksheets with 10-12 questions in Spanish and multiple choice answers for each of the 13 episodes in the Extr@ en espanol series. Answers could be both options on occasions. I have tried to use cognates and fairly simple language to make these accessible to all students. Saves on photocopying as 2 worksheets per A4 page. Hope they help you!
Niki321
Writing: TV and cinema (opinions) - Spanish - AQA KS3/KS4 GCSE (Speaking / Writing)

Writing: TV and cinema (opinions) - Spanish - AQA KS3/KS4 GCSE (Speaking / Writing)

This is a lesson on TV shows for an early GCSE Spanish class which can be used with a higher year 8 students. The lesson starter is a differentiated reading / writing / grammar task based on the review of a famous cartoon - Secret Life of Pets. Students read the overview of the cartoon and complete the tasks. Then they check the answers followed by phonics practice (resiting tongue twister!). Then I included a mini-test to recap / check whether students remember how to conjugate ‘tener’ in present tense. Consequently they play the Speaking Cube - 6 sides of the cube are completed with the topic questions for the half-term. Students roll a cube (you can either ask them to glue them together or you can make them yourself). I figured 6 cubes per year for each year group is an easy enough task to continue repeating the questions of all half-terms for the whole school year. The template is in the end of the lesson in case you need to change the questions (colours correspond to the difficulty of the question (core- blue, extension is green, violet is killer and pink is super killer). Then they get to revise verb 1 + verb 2 structure and complete a writing task. Before writing I tried to give them some ideas by showing them the Spanish trailer of the cartoon mentioned in the starter activity (they loved it!). The trailer is from Youtube. Finally they self/peer -assess their work by way of analising the success criteria and play a vocabulary game as a reward. The younger students might be allowed to use a dictionary or to think of any word. In any case, feel free to change the rules! Please let me know if there are any problems / ideas! Enjoy!
madsheep_123
Gustar Communication Activity

Gustar Communication Activity

This is a 2 page communication resource for Spanish teachers teaching beginner’s Spanish. The objective for this activity is for students to be able to ask and answer questions about activities they like to do. Afterwards students will write about their results as well as do some compare and contrast work. This is a fun and interactive way for students to practice using Gustar in the target language. Purchase this resource today!
mariammalek22
Role-play: opinions on TV / movies  - Spanish - AQA KS3/KS4 GCSE (Role-play)

Role-play: opinions on TV / movies - Spanish - AQA KS3/KS4 GCSE (Role-play)

This is a lesson on TV shows for an early GCSE Spanish class which can be used with a higher year 8 students. The lesson starter is a recap on some simple concepts (articles / gender / adjectival agreement/ spelling) to wake the students up followed by phonics practice (resiting tongue twister!). Then I included a mini-test to recap / check whether students remember topic-related vocabulary. Then they get to revise topic words via online quizlet activity. Students are to choose what quizlet task they want to do based on their level therefore this engaging task is differentiated. Then I have included a game - Roll-A-Word - Students roll a dice to complete different tasks related to the new and / or familiar words (both learning and revising). They count the value of the completed dices to make the task more competitive. Then they revise question words and how to form different types of questions in Spanish. They then jot their thoughts on a Role Play task in pairs (using grammar help - note: we use VCOP mat so if you have one you will need to change the numbers of the grammar points, if not you need to delete few bits, the examples of structures are provided anyway) and complete in in writing individually . Then their ‘Time Pair Share’ the Role Play and self/peer -assess their work by way of analising the success criteria (you might want to show it prior to the task for the novices). Please let me know if there are any problems / ideas! Enjoy!
madsheep_123
Photo description -writing and speaking FOUNDATION

Photo description -writing and speaking FOUNDATION

GCSE worksheet aimed for foundation students to be able to complete the photo task in the writing assessment /speaking assessment. It contains brief explanations about very basic grammar points (un/una/hay) and different activities to complete. Ideal for flipped learning lessons, cover lessons, revision, self study or homework.
priscilarg89
Opinions on TV programmes - Spanish- AQA GCSE Listening  (Sec. A- multiple choice / 1 detail asnwer)

Opinions on TV programmes - Spanish- AQA GCSE Listening (Sec. A- multiple choice / 1 detail asnwer)

This is a lesson on TV shows for an early GCSE Spanish class which can be used with a higher year 8 students. The lesson includes a translation starter (mini-Reading Section C) to wake the students up followed by phonics practice (resiting tongue twister!). Then I included few mini-tests to recap / check understanding of basic grammar (articles, indirect object pronouns and adjectival agreement). Then they get to know new words via online quizlet activity. Students are to choose what quizlet task they want to do based on their level therefore this engaging task is differentiated. Then I have included a quick match-up activity to check whether they remember the words they have just learned. I then introduce a Listening activity related to the opinions on TV watching preferences. It has two parts - multiple choice and one detail answer to account for two types of tasks in the Listening exam spec. Students complete a series of tasks to enhance their understanding - translate the keywords into Spanish to make the Listening easier, discuss unknown words in a group and use applications / dictionaries to find out the meaning of the unknown words. Finally they analise the way they should answer the questions , complete the task and self-assess their work. I have included the handout with the task to ease the pain. Please note that there is no listening file - see the end of the presentation for teacher’s handout and for the students one. Enjoy!
madsheep_123
AQA GCSE Spanish - Speaking (Photo card, Role Play, Conversation) (Foundation/Higher) answer strategies

AQA GCSE Spanish - Speaking (Photo card, Role Play, Conversation) (Foundation/Higher) answer strategies

These are the templates that I prepared for my higher year 8 Spanish students and early KS4 in relation to answering Speaking questions (Photo card and Role Play as well as Conversation - see Writing Q2/Q4). They include different sets of activities and games to answer the questions of the AQA GCSE exam. The tasks are set for my Foundation tier but might as well work for Higher if mildly redacted. Please let me know how it goes!
madsheep_123
KS3/KS4 French-Speaking Cube/Tarsia/Conjugation Learning Grid Games (speaking / writing / revision)

KS3/KS4 French-Speaking Cube/Tarsia/Conjugation Learning Grid Games (speaking / writing / revision)

These are two grammar games that I decided to share. I would use them for pretty much all age groups, both KS3 and KS4, GCSE both tiers. They can be easily amended to suit the grammar topics that you wish to reinforce / revise / introduce. See enclosed: Tarsia slide and template - an activity to use to revise topic / key vocabulary. Students can either create their own or just cut the one you prepare for them. They need to then match the words / expressions in English with their French equivalents. Speaking Cube - 6 sides of the cube are completed with the topic questions for the half-term. Students roll a cube (you can either ask them to glue them together or you can make them yourself). I figured 6 cubes per year for each year group is an easy enough task to continue repeating the questions of all half-terms for the whole school year. I included an origami version of the cube in case you wish to ask them to make the cube and to write the questions on their own (I took the scheme from the Google images so I do not claim any rights on that one.) Verb conjugation Learning Grid (differentiated) - Students roll two dices to identify the tense and the pronoun they need to use. To make the task more complicated for more advanced students I ask them to create a sentence using the verb they got with particular amount of words to further challenge higher tier students. I would highly recommend it for the KS4 students. Let me know how it goes!
madsheep_123
AQA GCSE Spanish Games Roll-a-Word//Speaking Cube// OXO (speaking / writing /translation / revision)

AQA GCSE Spanish Games Roll-a-Word//Speaking Cube// OXO (speaking / writing /translation / revision)

These are few grammar games that I decided to share. I would use them for pretty much all age groups, both KS3 and KS4, GCSE both tiers. They can be easily amended to suit the grammar topics that you wish to reinforce / revise / introduce. The templates can also be easily reused for French. See enclosed: Roll-A-Word - Students roll a dice to complete different tasks related to the new and / or familiar words (both learning and revising). They count the value of the completed dices to make the task more competitive. Speaking Cube - 6 sides of the cube are completed with the topic questions for the half-term. Students roll a cube (you can either ask them to glue them together or you can make them yourself). I figured 6 cubes per year for each year group is an easy enough task to continue repeating the questions of all half-terms for the whole school year. I included an origami version of the cube in case you wish to ask them to make the cube and to write the questions on their own (I took the scheme from the Google images so I do not claim any rights on that one.) OXO - One of my favourite tasks to develop spontaneous speaking. Students play OXO in turns following the rules. The ? (= random/phantom question or topic) can be used to increase the level of complexity of the game. Furthermore, a certain set of rules can be imposed, e.g. ‘ensure you use a preterite tense of your choosing as main verb of the ‘!’ box. It can be played using ‘home and away’ tables, i.e. grouping students by ability bands, so that all low/medium/high band students play together, which might, for example, allow the teacher to put in place bespoke interventions to support those in need of guidance. I have included three templates of OXO that can be used as a speaking, writing and translation tasks, differentiated according to the level of knowledge and KS group. See noted for additional ideas and hints. Let me know how it goes!
madsheep_123
Conoce mejor a tus compañeros

Conoce mejor a tus compañeros

Talk through meanings of sentences in each box Change all from first to second person and go through answers Play ‘Busca alguien que’ (Students ask questions with second person sentence and answer using the first person version)
WalshMFL
Spanish. Important verbs list writing and speaking

Spanish. Important verbs list writing and speaking

If you struggle to narrow down the verbs that every GCSE student needs for their written exam, this is the document you are looking for. It has the 13 highest frequency verbs already conjugated as I, he/she and we on 4 tenses. Aside from that, every tense go alongside time phrases an connectors and on the bottom of the page there are complex structures which can be used on the student’s writing. The document works espeacially well with the kind of student who is afraid of verb lists, allowing you to hand over the page and say “Just learn this by hearth and I promise you can write about anything”. I hope it is helpful.
mpbs1990
9-1 Spanish GCSE

9-1 Spanish GCSE

Here are some clear, extremely detailed notes for the new Spanish GCSEs, Within these notes, you will find some Spanish rules that will help you achieve that 9. Also, there are many strategic ways which you can use to answer the writing or speaking questions. Furthermore, you will also be able to find some model paragraphs for different themes and topics with some vocabulary which is crucial for these new GCSEs. Finally, there are also many different key high level phrases that will prevent you from making any verb mistakes and help you feel more assured about your exam. You will also find some details on how to approach and revise for the four different Spanish exams.
kapurkunj01
World Cup 2018 Booklet- El Mundial 2018 Cuadernillo

World Cup 2018 Booklet- El Mundial 2018 Cuadernillo

¡Hola! Here is a booklet suitable for KS KS3 and KS4 Spanish to cover the World Cup! It covers all four skills (reading, listening, writing and speaking) through a variety of activities (12 in total) that include wordsearches, colouring, reading, songs and much more! It is tailored to the new GCSE so that students can practise key skills such as translation or describing a picture- scaffolding is provided! It also has the **solutions **to the activities so that pupils can autocheck their progress. ¡A disfrutar! :)
SonrieinSpanish
AVOCADOS Display

AVOCADOS Display

A display based on the AVOCADOS mnemonic. It is bright, clear, and constantly referred to by my pupils during lessons, whether that be during reading, listening, speaking or writing. I absolutely love this display, as do my pupils. There are some very minor errors - English/Spanish swapped round for instance, but they are easily rectifiable. I will not be updating the PowerPoint as it was time-consuming enough to make it in the first place. Please do let me know if you convert the template into other languages - I’d love to see! Enjoy!
movingpictures
GCSE Spanish - SMSC / Cultural -El Carnaval - Photo Card (AQA)

GCSE Spanish - SMSC / Cultural -El Carnaval - Photo Card (AQA)

This is the lesson that I have prepared for my higher y8/ and y9/y10 in relation to the topic of Spanish culture (Festivals & Celebrations) and is mostly related to El Carnaval. I used it as a general topic to look at the photo card task (speaking / foundation writing). The starter focus is reading - students complete differentiated tasks in relation to an authentic extract from on line newspaper. Students will then learn new / revise already known vocabulary on the topic of carnivals/ festivals using Quizlet and Quizlet live tools. Then they recap on the success criteria for Speaking Q2 / Writing Q1 - Photo card- and complete a photo card task based on a photo of a carnival celebration together. They jot their thoughts first, play a catchphrase game and then prepare their responses in pairs on the second photo card. Finally they complete a third photo card task individually and self / peer assess the same. In-between the photo cards I inserted some verb games to make the lesson more fun for the students and not to let them get bored. Let me know what you think!
madsheep_123
AQA GCSE Spanish - SMSC/Cultural- Las Hogueras de San Juan Listening A + writing FQ1/ HQ4

AQA GCSE Spanish - SMSC/Cultural- Las Hogueras de San Juan Listening A + writing FQ1/ HQ4

This is the lesson that I have prepared for my higher y8/ and y9/y10 in relation to the topic of Spanish culture (Festivals & Celebrations). The starter is based on the review of the cartoon called ‘The Book of Life’ (El Libro de la Vida). Students read the review and complete various tasks according to their ability. Then they check their answers, review the lesson objectives and have fun resiting a tongue twister (I personally believe phonics is the way forward for the students of all ages). Students will then learn new / revise already known vocabulary on the topic of Las Hogueras de San Juan festival using Quizlet and Quizlet live tools. I have then included a video (see link) of Rosa from SpanishPod101 (see their channel in youtube) describing the festival. Even though the video is in Spanish and Rosa speaks really quickly, there are subtitles in English so that all students have a chance to listen to a native speaker and at the same time understand what the video is about (note: I personally find the Spanishpod101 videos amazing as they address quite a few cultural / grammar / pronunciation and other aspects so I would recommend letting your students know that a lot of resources are available for free. Consequently, students answer quiz questions about the video. I presented it as a Listening task. Then they move on to Writing Foundation Questions 2 and 4 // Higher Tier Question 1. Students begin by translating the short text into English and coaching each other if stuck at the same time assessing each others work. Then they revise some grammar by playing tarsia game (see template in the end of the presentation). Consequently they get on with reading the question and what is required from them and discussing the what they could include in their answer (both content and grammar structures). Then they make a break and play a dice game (can be prepared prior to the lesson or during the same - see template in the end of the presentation) and a learning grid to revise verb tenses. They then get back to the task and work in pairs to plan their answers. Finally they complete the task individually, discuss the success criteria and the marking scheme with the teacher and peer / self assess their work. And, as a reward they play Hangman! (I have posted this slide for free within my resources - search for ‘El ahorcado’). Please let me know if there are any problems / ideas!
madsheep_123
GCSE Spanish speaking questions snakes & ladders

GCSE Spanish speaking questions snakes & ladders

Used Phoenixing’s snakes & ladders template to make this one with Spanish GCSE Foundation speaking questions for students to practice in pairs. Dice are required. Each students can only move ahead if they manage to correctly answer the question they landed on. Questions are from all three themes.
MLibik
Spanish-Speaking Countries

Spanish-Speaking Countries

This bundle includes printable handouts for each Spanish-speaking country. For each country, your student will read a brief overview of that country (location, capital, flag), write the capital next to the star on the map, color the flag and small map of the country and surrounding areas, and use the map and compass to answer questions. Handouts for countries include: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Spain, Uruguay and Venezuela. Also included is a handout of a Spanish Pronunciation Quick Guide with 5 words and pictures in Spanish to practice. For use with Interactive Notebooks: After completing the handout for each Spanish-speaking country, your student will cut out the map and flag and paste into the notebook under the topic of Spanish-Speaking Countries. Under the map and flag, your students can write a summary in their own words of what they now know about that country. --For the Spanish Pronunciation Guide, cut out the guide and paste it into the notebook under the topic of Spanish Language. Then cut out each picture and paste it into the book and write the word in Spanish along with the correct pronunciation of each word.
tspeelman
Spanish A Level - How to impress an examinor

Spanish A Level - How to impress an examinor

This presentation (13 slides) contains many outstanding features that would potentially impress an examinor of Spanish A Level: sophisticated vocabulary, grammatical structures, idioms, … with exercises and link to extra practice online. Examples can directely be implemented in any essay or speaking practice. Includes lots of silly, yet funny, Spanish memes. Adapted from the brilliant French resource made by mon Syssou: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/how-to-impress-an-examiner-in-french-a-level-with-advanced-structures-11902893
werycharlotte
Los cuentos - Juego de preguntas encadenadas

Los cuentos - Juego de preguntas encadenadas

This game is a version of the classic I-Have-Who-Has game. It is designed to practice naming and describing fairy tale characters. The ideal number of players is 8(4 cards per player), but it can also be played in groups of 2 to 16 players. INSTRUCTIONS Print the document one-sided, laminate it and cut out the cards. Distribute all the cards randomly to the students. Select a student to begin by reading his card out loud and then putting it down. The other students listen attentively to each question, answer it if they have the answer card and then they read the next question. The game is over when all the cards are down.
didade
Los Colores y los animales Mira 1

Los Colores y los animales Mira 1

Lesson on colours and animals based on Mira 1, but easily adjustable for any other textbook. At the end, students need to listen for the colours and any objects they recognise or new words they learn from Pocoyo’s La máquina de colorear el mundo. My Y7 loved it.
MLibik
Spanish Pronunciation Quick Guide - Printable Handout

Spanish Pronunciation Quick Guide - Printable Handout

This printable handout includes a Spanish Pronunciation Quick Guide for vowels and consonants with 5 words and pictures to practice. Directions: Use the Spanish Pronunciation Guide on the left to pronounce the words on the right. Words/Pictures included in Spanish: chicken - la gallina frog - la rana carrot - la zanahoria hammer - el martillo bathtub - la bañera This is a great activity to prepare your students to increase their Spanish vocabulary. From here, your students can begin creating their own Spanish Picture Dictionary and continue to expand vocabulary with use of this pronunciation guide. For more information, please visit ‘My Spanish Picture Dictionary’ https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/my-spanish-picture-dictionary-11829384 in my shop. Thank you so much!!
tspeelman