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Spanish Present Perfect Reading - ¿Qué has hecho hoy? - Presente de perfecto

Spanish Present Perfect Reading - ¿Qué has hecho hoy? - Presente de perfecto

This 3-page file includes: ~A script between two friends discussing what they have done so far today. The script contains 24 sentences in the present perfect tense for students to see this tense in context. The script includes a glossary of new vocabulary. ~A worksheet based on the script with three parts: reading comprehension, instructions to underline all the examples of the present perfect in the reading, and a short writing section to be completed in class or for homework. ~A worksheet on the present perfect where students need to fill in the blanks. The worksheet includes 8 regular and 8 irregular verbs.

By ninatutor

A-level Spanish: La Casa de Bernarda Alba - Los personajes, el contexto y los temas

A-level Spanish: La Casa de Bernarda Alba - Los personajes, el contexto y los temas

This bundle includes: . Power Point Presentation about the characters. Description, analysis, relevant quotes and oral questions for the characters. . Word Document for the students with all the information. . Power Point presentation exploring history of Spain, the literature of the period, Lorca´s plays. There are opportunities for the students to create mind maps in preparation for the writing and plenty of research for them to get used to the IRP and explore the other plays of Federico García Lorca. . Worksheet with all the information for students and activities. . Power Point presentation exploring the themes of La Casa de Bernarda Alba with explanations and questions for your students to explore each theme. . Worksheet with all the information for students and activities. . The book I use is The House of Bernarda Alba/La Casa de Bernarda Alba, Federico García Lorca. Bloomsbury, GB 2015.

By Miriam_84

A-level Spanish: La Casa de Bernarda Alba - Análisis de los tres actos, citas, personajes, contexto y temas

A-level Spanish: La Casa de Bernarda Alba - Análisis de los tres actos, citas, personajes, contexto y temas

This bundle includes: . Power Point Presentations on the study of The House of Bernarda Alba - Acts One, Two and Three. . A summary, oral questions and an analysis on the most relevant quotes of each act. . Power Point Presentation about the characters. Description, analysis, relevant quotes and oral questions for the characters. . Word Document for the students with all the information. . Power Point presentation exploring history of Spain, the literature of the period, Lorca´s plays. There are opportunities for the students to create mind maps in preparation for the writing and plenty of research for them to get used to the IRP and explore the other plays of Federico García Lorca. . Worksheet with all the information for students and activities. . Power Point presentation exploring the themes of La Casa de Bernarda Alba with explanations and questions for your students to explore each theme. . Worksheet with all the information for students and activities. . The book I use is The House of Bernarda Alba/La Casa de Bernarda Alba, Federico García Lorca. Bloomsbury, GB 2015.

By Miriam_84

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

AQA/Edexcel A-level Spanish: La Casa de Bernarda Alba - Análisis de los tres actos, citas, personajes y contexto

AQA/Edexcel A-level Spanish: La Casa de Bernarda Alba - Análisis de los tres actos, citas, personajes y contexto

This bundle includes: . Power Point Presentations on the study of The House of Bernarda Alba - Acts One, Two and Three. . A summary, oral questions and an analysis on the most relevant quotes of each act. . Power Point Presentation about the characters. Description, analysis, relevant quotes and oral questions for the characters. . Word Document for the students with all the information. . Power Point presentation exploring history of Spain, the literature of the period, Lorca´s plays. There are opportunities for the students to create mind maps in preparation for the writing and plenty of research for them to get used to the IRP and explore the other plays of Federico García Lorca. . Worksheet with all the information for students and activities. . The book I use is The House of Bernarda Alba/La Casa de Bernarda Alba, Federico García Lorca. Bloomsbury, GB 2015.

By Miriam_84

AQA/Edecxel A-level Spanish: La Casa de Bernarda Alba - Contexto histórico, social y cultural

AQA/Edecxel A-level Spanish: La Casa de Bernarda Alba - Contexto histórico, social y cultural

It includes: . Power Point presentation (20 slides) exploring history of Spain, the literature of the period, Lorca´s plays. There are opportunities for the students to create mind maps in preparation for the writing and plenty of research for them to get used to the IRP and explore the other plays of Federico Garc��a Lorca. Worksheet with al the information for students and activities.

By Miriam_84

Spanish poetry and techniques/ intro ks3

Spanish poetry and techniques/ intro ks3

A crosscurricular lesson aimed at my Y8s & Y9s, to try to get them to work out more difficult translations which include different writing/poetry techniques in context. It is also a lot of fun when they pick one of them and produce their own poem in Spanish.

By ERIPOLL

Individual Research Project - Complete student/teacher study guide - New A-level (2017) - SPANISH

Individual Research Project - Complete student/teacher study guide - New A-level (2017) - SPANISH

A complete study guide for students and teachers to the Individual Research Project (IRP) - examples and structures are in Spanish! Please check for regular updates!! French version is also available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/individual-research-project-complete-student-teacher-study-guide-new-a-level-2017-french-11676950 This resource includes: - A complete power-point full of advice, examples, what the examiner is looking for, how to tackle your project, where to start, how to write a good 'problématique' with examples - A list of possible questions for the examiner with sample answers - A student booklet to guide them - perfect for this summer + NEW -> Student booklet to guide them through the project and for them to complete. Perfect as a log book. Teacher tip: I actually gave all these resources to my students this week and asked them to come back in September with a topic they want to research and start selecting a few resources so they can formulate a specific question or area of study in September. If you wish to download French & Spanish together, the resources are available here at a cheaper price: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/individual-research-project-complete-student-teacher-study-guide-new-a-level-2017-new-update-11653960 I hope you will enjoy my resources and if you have a question on a particular slide or activity, please do not hesitate to contact me or leave me a message. I would really appreciate some feedback :-) Thank you very much. @EloCamden

By MllePierre

Spanish Communicative Partner Activity: Personal Shopper!

Spanish Communicative Partner Activity: Personal Shopper!

Spanish Partner Communicative Activities: Students play a client looking for the perfect holiday gift and a personal shopper who helps them find it! What teachers are saying about this lesson: "Kids enjoyed the personal shopper activity and got some laughs in too." The vocabulary used in the following interviews is common vocabulary found in most Spanish textbooks along with supplementary vocabulary to help your students express themselves more fully. Many cognates are written into the dialogues, which will help expose your students to some new words. The interviews are comprehensible and fun! Included in this packet you will find partner interviews in which the client is looking for a gift for his/her mother, father, boyfriend or girlfriend. Each interview contains questions that the personal shopper will ask his/her client in order to help choose the "perfect gift" for their loved one. Some of the questions are pretty silly, but that just adds to the fun! The interviewer keeps track of the answers given and then chooses from a list provided using his/her best judgment and gives a gift suggestion to the client. The client has a form to fill out at the end of the interview, thus ensuring that both students are active in the interview process! Enjoy! ♥ La Profesora Frida

By LaProfesoraFrida

KS3/4 Spanish - Mexico, the Aztec gods (México, los dioses aztecas) (CLIL & SMSC)

KS3/4 Spanish - Mexico, the Aztec gods (México, los dioses aztecas) (CLIL & SMSC)

Could be used as part of a wider country study on Mexico or to promote culture of Spanish-speaking countries, which is part of the new GCSE curriculum. Could also be used as an end-of-term one-off lesson or set as cover. Resources included: 1. La historia de México: Los doses aztecas (The history of Mexico: The Aztec gods) 2. La historia de México: Perfiles de los dioses (The history of Mexico: Profiles of the gods) 3. Extensión: El sacrificio en la cultura azteca (Extension: Sacrifice in Aztec culture) 4. Coloring activity (B&W of two Aztec gods) - Ideal for learners of KS3 and lower KS4 Spanish. - Total of 4 files included in package. (2x independent worksheets, an extension worksheet and a colouring activity.) - Multiple opportunities to broaden vocabulary on the topic of Mexico and religion in both English and Spanish. - Heavy SMSC/cultural input. - Cross-curricular lesson with Religious Studies. - Excellent resource to use just before the Christmas, Easter or Summer holidays in order to promote the diversity of religious festivals and tradition. - CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning).

By tcnewman

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