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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
Javier Marías short story - preparation for A-level literature study

Javier Marías short story - preparation for A-level literature study

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
GCSE 9-1 Spanish Speaking - ROLE PLAYS IN ONE SLIDE (F + H) +a set of typical questions

GCSE 9-1 Spanish Speaking - ROLE PLAYS IN ONE SLIDE (F + H) +a set of typical questions

I have put together a set of scenarios for the role play (skipping the unexpected item !) into one slide to help students look at the possibilities. The aim is to support studnets understand the bullet points in the role play cards, it is great to go through the vocabulary in each bullet point, by looking at the words that are commonly repeated ie. duracion, hora, actividad, empezar, oficina- cerrar/abrir etc. It is also great for them to look at all possibilities in just one slide. There is a slide dedicated to Foundation role plays and another slide for Higher role plays. They are arranged by Themes. Take a look at the cover picts. I have also included an extra slide with a set of questions which students need in the ? bullet points which they can memorise and easily adapt. Enjoy!
Estefania_moreno
SPANISH GCSE TWO YEAR GRAMMAR BOOKLET FULL

SPANISH GCSE TWO YEAR GRAMMAR BOOKLET FULL

With all 5 documents in this bundle you will be able to assemble your own GCSE grammar booklet. More than 30 pages for your students to cover all key elements, including The Present tense: Regular verbs, Irregular verbs, SER and ESTAR, Radical Changing verbs, The Immediate Future, Activities, The Preterite Tense, The Imperfect Tense, The Future Tense, The Conditional Tense. Also including cover, index page and back cover. Perfect to make your students more independent, as homework or in class, you´d wonder how you have coped without this booklet until now.
GarciaWeston-LanguageResources
KS3 Free Time Worksheet

KS3 Free Time Worksheet

This 2-page worksheet is full of activities to do with free-time. This is an ideal resource to use for a cover lesson and it is easy for pupils to follow, yet it tests a range of different key skills: reading, writing, translation, grammar. Ideal for KS3 or low ability KS4 class.
wrightcv
The Imperfect Tense - Describing your town - Giving descriptions - Using Present and Imperfect tense

The Imperfect Tense - Describing your town - Giving descriptions - Using Present and Imperfect tense

LO: to be able to give descriptions of my town using the imperfect tense This resource can be used as an introduction or revision of the Imperfect tense. It is detailed and to the point. This resource will allow students to use the imperfect tense using the most common verbs - tener, haber, estar and ser. This verbs are key to form the imperfect tense and a variety of activities are included - vocabulary, match up, translation, reading and writing. This lesson focuses on helping students to fully grasp the use of the imperfect tense for descriptions. The lesson can be easily adapted to describing a school instead of a town. It has scaffolded activities and is also suitable for a mixed ability class. I have started with the present tense of these verbs, then introduced the imperfect and then this leads to using both the present and the imperfect in translation and writing work. All answers to activities are included :) I hope you enjoy using it . Please leave a review - gracias :)
teachlearnlovelanguages
Magic square on Spanish regular IR-verb conjugation no prep practice

Magic square on Spanish regular IR-verb conjugation no prep practice

Students locate different conjugated forms of the verbs escribir, insistir, vivir and asistir and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all verb forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, it means everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. 34 is the magic number! My students love solving magic squares! It’s a fun, self-correcting exercise that is just challenging enough. Enjoy!
msteresaja
Magic square on Spanish regular ER-verb conjugation no prep practice

Magic square on Spanish regular ER-verb conjugation no prep practice

Students locate different conjugated forms of the verbs leer, comer, correr and beber and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all verb forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, it means everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. 34 is the magic number! My students love solving magic squares! It’s a fun, self-correcting exercise that is just challenging enough. Enjoy!
msteresaja