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SPANISH A LEVEL READING PRACTICE ARANES

SPANISH A LEVEL READING PRACTICE ARANES

This rare reading activity includes research activities and extension activities. Triple worksheet that will provide your students with extra reading practice, both at AS or A LEVEL. A well researched original text with activities and answers provided. Excellent as a homework, also as a classroom activity, it could take a full lesson. Not a lot of resources out there about Aranes , you might want to get hold of this one! UNPROCTECTED Word docuement. Suitable for any exam board.
GarciaWeston-LanguageResources
SPANISH A LEVEL TEACHING THE SUBJUNCTIVE

SPANISH A LEVEL TEACHING THE SUBJUNCTIVE

About to teach the subjunctive to your Spanish students but don’t know where to start? These two-sided sheets break down the present subjunctive into 3 parts, with an extra sheet on the imperfect subjunctive for good measure. This approach is clear and concise, helping students to form a full picture of this tricky grammatical area. Each sheet explains/ reminds how the subjunctive is formed, then details some of its uses, providing exercises to practise what has been learned. The sheets make up 4-5 lessons in total.
GarciaWeston-LanguageResources
SPANISH A LEVEL FAMOUS QUOTES

SPANISH A LEVEL FAMOUS QUOTES

Introduce your students to some famous Spanish and Latin American literary and historical figures! Six quotes from the likes of Cervantes, García Márquez, Neruda, etc. Students will enjoy translating the words of wisdom and can even explain in Spanish what they think each quote means. A nice gateway into Spanish literature, especially for A-level students, and free!
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SPANISH A LEVEL INTRO for literature study -Javier Marías short story-

SPANISH A LEVEL INTRO for literature study -Javier Marías short story-

These activities offer a rare and ideal opportunity to expose students to authentic, quality Spanish literature and the translation techniques required for A-level, all of which can be done in a sequence of no more than 2-3 lessons. En el viaje de novios is a (very) short story by Javier Marías that will hold students’ attention throughout, and the two extended activities that follow are pitched at exactly the right level for the A-level course, requiring vocabulary from the story and knowledge of a range of grammar points.
GarciaWeston-LanguageResources
Spanish Passive Voice Reading + Worksheet : Las noticias de hoy / La voz pasiva

Spanish Passive Voice Reading + Worksheet : Las noticias de hoy / La voz pasiva

This Spanish language reading shows students the passive voice in context. It includes three news articles from a fictitious newspaper. Each article features examples of the passive voice. All examples of the passive voice are underlined. The reading includes a glossary of new vocabulary and 8 true/false reading comprehension questions. Example sentences: *Un famoso cuadro de Picasso fue robado … *Una antigua iglesia en Inglaterra fue destruida … *Unos hombres fueron arrestados ayer … Activity idea: after reading, have students create their own short news article using the passive voice! The worksheet contains 15 fill in the blanks sentences for students to practice the passive voice in Spanish. It includes 8 regular past participles and 7 irregular past participles. The worksheet consists of two parts: 8 sentences with the passive voice in the past. 7 sentences with the passive voice in the present Example sentences: Los hombres … … por la policía. (dentener) Los platos … … en la mesa por el hombre. (poner) Edible word document.
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2018 GCSE Board Game - SPEAKING EXAM PRACTICE for KS4 - VIVA FOUNDATION

2018 GCSE Board Game - SPEAKING EXAM PRACTICE for KS4 - VIVA FOUNDATION

Board game lesson and scaffolding for y11 (bottom sets especially), preparation for the speaking exams. Get your classes to elaborate each cell and then let them play till the’ve learnt every bit by heart. Have them to practice and extend more (if they have the ability to) or just keep it brief and basic (again, bottom sets especially). This whole lesson can easily last for 3 to 4 hours of class (depending on teacher pace and students’ ability). This has been put together for FOUNDATION students but can be adapted to HIGHER with little effort.
boimik87
GCSE Spanish: Holidays

GCSE Spanish: Holidays

This presentation and accompanying worksheets cover the GCSE topic of Holidays. Pupils will cover opinions and reasons, present tense verb conjugations, preterite tense verbs (regular and irregular), conditional and future tense verbs. Pupils will practice and develop their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills through a range of different activities. There are enough resources here to cover at least 3 lessons on the topic of holidays, and they can be adapted to cover a range of different abilities.
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