Whole-school Spanish resources: adjectives and adverbs

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Spanish: Adjectives and Physical Descriptions

Spanish: Adjectives and Physical Descriptions

This resource aims to explain in simple terms the concept of Adjectives in Spanish and provides the foundation for describing people in Spanish. Included are explanation notes, vocabulary tables and activities that target a range of learning styles. Enjoy teaching and learning Spanish in the classroom :)

By Zoe5078

Viva 1 - Module 1 Unit 2 - Qué tipo de persona eres

Viva 1 - Module 1 Unit 2 - Qué tipo de persona eres

This is a lesson I have created to do with Year 7. We are using Viva 1 (Módulo 1 - Unidad 1). These are the objectives of the lesson: *Talking about your personality *Adjectives in Spanish *Saying what your passions are and who your heroes are. This lesson includes: *A Power Point presentation (33 slides) *A vocab sheet introducing adjectives of personality. *A worksheet to do some practice with adjectives *A worksheet to practice a bit of reading *A computer activity to do in the computer room The worksheet have been desing to be printed in A5, but they could also be printed in A4 if needed. Hope it helps!

By Albichuelita

Spanish vocabulary tests

Spanish vocabulary tests

A total of 10 vocabulary tests based on key GCSE vocabulary. Can be done weekly/monthly etc. I have also included most of the handouts for students to write on ready for when students sit the test.

By smilesalways

KS3 Spanish Cover Lesson Design your own Monster

KS3 Spanish Cover Lesson Design your own Monster

Lesson covers: works best as a cover lesson. It is easy for non-specialists to follow but supports and challenges KS3 students of Spanish well. Could also be adapted for use in lessons by specialists in order to introduce / revise adjectives / body parts. All activities are differentiated. Lesson involves: Differentiated objectives and starter activity (translations). Activity 1: Team work to look up adjectives and parts of the body so they can describe / create their monster in final activity. Words are displayed in Spanish and students use dictionaries to translate them. Challenge included on ppt. Next slide gives answers to students so they can write down whatever they were unable to find. Activity 2: Differentiated translation task using key vocabulary they have just looked up in teams. Key words provided as well as higher challenge. Next slide contains answers for peer / self-assessment. Main activity 3 'apply' task: students design their own monster. Again, this is differentiated by task with key works provided on ppt. Pyramid review to finish.

By Miriam81

Descriptions in Spanish of famous people and finding common errors

Descriptions in Spanish of famous people and finding common errors

This resource is aimed at year 7/8 classes class but can be used in year 9/10 to revise descriptions and recognise common errors. Activities: 1. The resource consists of a matching up exercise to revise hair and eyes descriptions 2. Additional vocabulary is introduced. 3. A listening activity to consolidate vocabulary 4. Worksheet - 5 descriptions of popular celebrities and students have to find the errors. Answers are provided. The teacher can differentiate this by telling students how many errors there are in each description. 5. writing task on celebrities

By Paninder

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Spanish A Level Grammar Booklet

Spanish A Level Grammar Booklet

Spanish A Level Grammar Booklet. This booklet (120 pages) provides a very comprehensive study of the main grammar points needed at A level. Each section includes an explanation of a grammar point and a variety of activities to consolidate knowledge and understanding. The booklet is divided into the following sections: 1. Nouns 1a. gender 1b. number 2. Articles 3. Adjectives 4. Comparatives and superlatives 5. “Por” and “para” 6. Contractions 7. Negatives 8. Questions 9. Personal a 10. Relative pronouns 11. Possessive adjectives and pronouns 12. Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns 13. Direct object pronouns 14. Indirect object pronouns 15. Direct and indirect object pronouns used together 16. Apocopation 17. “Ser” and “estar” 18. Conjugating verbs 19. Present tense 19 a. regular verbs 19 b. irregular verbs 19 c. stem-changing (or radical-changing) verbs 19 d. reflexive verbs 19 e. “gustar” 19 f. back to front verbs 20. Preterite tense 21. Imperfect tense 22. Preterite vs imperfect 23. Present perfect 24. Past perfect (or “pluperfect”) 25. Future simple 26. Conditional 27. Commands (the imperative) 28. Present progressive (or “present continuous”) 29. Present subjunctive 30. Passive voice (and how to avoid it) 31. Conditional clauses

By corcuera

KS3 Spanish Holidays Where I Stay

KS3 Spanish Holidays Where I Stay

Lesson covers: How to talk / write about where one stays on holidays and using comparisons to give reasons why. Lesson includes: Differentiated objectives, starter (spot the mistakes, adjectival agreement), short assessment based on vocab from lesson 2 on holidays. quick review of AR verbs in present tense (lesson 2 of holidays covered 'viajar' and how AR verbs work), Activity 1: Reading on theme of holidays whereby students pick out, from the text, different forms of accommodation. There are 3 readings included in total with the lesson, for L.A., M.A. and H.A. students. The ppt. contains answers to the readings so that all students can have correct vocabulary in their books. Activity 2: Students learn how to form comparisons and key words needed. Activity 3: Students practice using comparisons - answers provided on ppt. Activity 4: Speaking practice: two options - dialogue or photo practice (based on AQA photo question for speaking). Key words are provided for students as well as opportunity for peer assessment. Homework: key vocab to learn Review: Have you reached your target and pyramid review.

By Miriam81

Spanish Adjectives Word Search

Spanish Adjectives Word Search

This is a word search activity which could be used for year groups 7 - 11. Primarily, I would use this as a cover lesson activity. I have included some follow up exercises for any students who need an extension activity or need their learning to be stretched further.

By Osabetisuna

KS3/4 Spanish - Developing Variety of Language (Adjectives & Synonyms) for new GCSE specification

KS3/4 Spanish - Developing Variety of Language (Adjectives & Synonyms) for new GCSE specification

N.B. This lesson can easily be used in preparation for a speaking/writing assessments, or as an improvement task following a speaking/writing assessment. - Ideal for learners of KS3 and lower KS4 Spanish, as the lesson includes plenty of scaffolding and differentiation. - Total of 5 files in the package: a PowerPoint for the lesson which includes all slides, an exit pass plenary, a 'Synonyms Hunt' sheet, and two differentiated version of the group activity worksheet (for higher and lower ability students). - Resources aims to expand the vocabulary of students with specific focus on adjectives. Students are encouraged to find and then apply synonyms to pieces of writing to improve the 'variety of language' and to 'avoid repetition', both of which are a crucial part of the new Spanish GCSE curriculum. - Tasks include scaffolding to render activities as accessible as possible for students, as well as extension activities for more able students. - Resources make close links to literacy in English, such as exploring the meaning, role and importance of using synonyms. Some activities involving antonyms for higher-ability students. - Differentiated worksheets are provided throughout (for higher- and lower-ability students) and most activities include a Genius Task and Genius Task+ as extensions. This lesson can easily be used for a mixed ability class. All worksheets have editing enabled in case you would like to further differentiate for your class. - Colour-coding is used for texts to make material more accessible to students with dyslexia or low literacy. - Examples of synonyms and why we need them are given in English to help students form cross-curricular links. They should have seen something similar in their English language class. - Element of competition with 'banned words', which are 'divertido/a' (fun) and 'aburrido' (boring), as well as 'synonym hunt' and 'challenge'. Gives plenty of opportunity to reward and praise students for effort and success.

By tcnewman