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Speaking Booklet Spanish 1-9 GCSE

Speaking Booklet Spanish 1-9 GCSE

This booklet contains model answers for all of the SAMs available on the Edexcel website with photos in colour and complex language to challenge students. It covers the role-play, photo description and conversation. It also contains the mark schemes for students to refer to.
sarah1390
Booklet writing revision GCSE Spanish

Booklet writing revision GCSE Spanish

Your students struggle to write even in the 90 words questions? You feel you are not giving enough resources to prepare the writing independently? Do you need a material to stretch more able students? This booklet is the answer to those problems. I have created forty questions which covers every sub topic and created phrase builders which produce and accurate answer. At the end of every sub topic, more open structures are given to more able students who aim from 6 to 9. A section of connectors, divided by difficulty, and a check the list for both questions on the writing are the end of the book.
mpbs1990
Las vacaciones - Spanish Holidays

Las vacaciones - Spanish Holidays

Perfect for revising KS3 holidays topic when beginning topic at KS4. Allows pupils to talk about where, who with, how they get there and what they do - focussing on extended sentences in present and past tense, but also some support for future and putting all 3 together at the end. Includes dice game, translation, adverbs of frequency.
j_pooley58
SPAIN COUNTRY FACTS (1)

SPAIN COUNTRY FACTS (1)

PERFECT FOR INTRODUCING AND EXPLORING SPANISH - 20 FASCINATING FACTS CARDS ABOUT ALL THINGS SPANISH - WITH PRESENTATION / DISCUSSION & DIFFERENTIATED WRITING ACTIVITIES This resource really does help to create a lively language learning environment, and offer a popular alternative to more traditional, teacher-led ’information about Spain’ lessons. Children can develop their knowledge of SPAIN - and through guided whole-group discussion - their home/host country too, in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, in part independently of the teacher. There is a bonus multi-focus on listening, speaking, pronunciation, reading, writing and spelling, and is a great way of aligning language learning with developing literacy skills in English. This resource comprises the following: 20 FACTS CARDS - there are four facts in each of the following five topic groups: GEOGRAPHY, COUNTRY, LANDMARKS, LANGUAGE and FOOD. There are four cards per A4 sheet, making them the perfect size for young learners. The language on each of the cards ranges from fairly basic to more advanced, which challenges and enhances children’s English skills. RECORDING SHEET CHALLENGE LEVEL ONE - there are two options: either two or four fact recording boxes per A4 page. Children read their selected facts, and copy the information in the boxes. Encourage children to be as accurate as possible with their spelling and punctuation, to pay particular attention to the spelling and accents of the SPANISH words that are included, and of course to make sure they are recording the facts in their best handwriting. RECORDING SHEET CHALLENGE LEVEL TWO - there are also two options: two or four fact recording boxes in this challenge level. However, there is a more open-ended task: responding to the question “What did you learn?”. This requires children to read their fact card, process the information, and then recreate it in their own words, describing the fact in the context of what they have learned. WHOLE-GROUP PRESENTATION/DISCUSSION ACTIVITY, with every fact included in the presentation resource - I’ve found this a really useful means of encouraging and stimulating classroom discussion. Children can reflect on what they already know about SPAIN, and share it with their peers. Use the facts themselves to prompt discussion about the home/host country, eg “What is our capital city? Is it also our largest city?”, which really does create a successful cross-curricular learning environment. This pack comprises 5 non-editable files in a zipped format. Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - the pack is copyright, and for single-teacher/purchaser use only. ¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y BUEN VIAJE!
LivelyLearningClassroom
All Spanish Tenses and moods condensed on 1 grid with rules, exceptions and tasks.

All Spanish Tenses and moods condensed on 1 grid with rules, exceptions and tasks.

19 Spanish tenses and moods on one easy to follow grid. The tenses go in chronological order: pluperfect, pluperfect subjunctive, perfect conditional, imperfect, imperfect subjunctive, perfect, present perfect subjunctive, future perfect, future perfect subjunctive, preterite, present, imperative commands, present continuous, subjunctive present, conditional, near future, future, future subjunctive and passive voice. Each tense has the name of the tense in English and Spanish and other variation of the names, an explanation, triggers, examples, rules, exceptions and tasks.
emmawoodhall
Hotels: checking in and describing rooms

Hotels: checking in and describing rooms

Checking in to the hotel your receptionist doesn't seem to have the correct booking for your party. Can you sort it out? Describe your hotel, or describe your house. You will need this vocab for all the rooms. Practice the verbs that mean have: check out tener, and haber for the present perfect, with the most common regular verbs. Describe your hotel or describe your house. You will need this vocab for the positions. It will help you when you are asking where something is. Read about the Parador network of hotels in Spain. There are questions to extend your thinking and discussion, and there are items of vocab for you to look for, and include in your work.
mcsquarkle