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Prepositions in the house (Toy Story) Spanish

Prepositions in the house (Toy Story) Spanish

Powerpoint using Toy Story characters to introduce prepositions (where the toys are in Andys bedroom). There is a worksheet with the pictures from PPT for them to fill in, the 'Battleships' style game which we did for a whole lesson to practice prepositions and then a 'drawing' translation which could either be put into words/pictures depending on ability.
m_aves
Habitaciones (Pokemon) in Spanish

Habitaciones (Pokemon) in Spanish

A powerpoint (accompanying Mira 1) used for lower ability year 7's. Introducing rooms in the house and upstairs/downstairs/outside. Match up activity, poster search (pictures to cut up are on a word doc, as are the pieces of paper they fill in with the clues), some translations and a comprehension task (bronze, silver, gold) on Ash's house.
m_aves
New Spanish GCSE - Speaking test booklet (Edexcel specification)

New Spanish GCSE - Speaking test booklet (Edexcel specification)

Speaking test booklet to prepare students for the Conversation of the new GCSE spanish speaking test (Edexcel). The booklet includes a detailed summary of the requirements of the new speaking exam (role play, picture based task and conversation), both at foundation and higher levels, explained in a student-friendly way, as well as the mark schemes for each element of the test, examples of role plays (foundation and higher) and stimulus cards (with foundation and higher questions), and a very comprehensive list of questions for the general conversation. All the questions have been translated to allow the teachers to use them in the classroom, set them as homework or tell the students to work independently on them .
corcuera
Claim the parcel translation game Mi Region New GCSE Viva AQA

Claim the parcel translation game Mi Region New GCSE Viva AQA

Claim the parcel translation game Activity for revising different verb tenses and topics from new GCSE AQA books. You have a table with different verbs tenses/sentences and project it on your interactive whiteboard/wall. In groups of 2 (max 3) they write the answer in Spanish to one of the parcels/boxes on their mini white boards, come to you at the front of the class (you check) and if they have the answer correct they can claim the parcel/box. You write their names/team name on a post it notes and stick it over the parcel/box on the interactive whiteboard. Then, no one can do this parcel/box anymore. The winner is the group to have most parcels/boxes claimed at the end. Works well as end of module revision or translation practice. Don't forget to feedback!
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