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9 creative writing activities for your Spanish class

9 creative writing activities for your Spanish class

Creative writing activities require learners to manipulate the language in original, motivating and demanding ways. That is why I have created this 10 pages long resource with 9 creative writing activities and ideas for intermediate up to advanced students of Spanish. Each writing activity is 1 page long. All the instructions are written in Spanish. These are the creative writings worksheets included here: 1. Write your own haiku 2. Write your own spooky story 3. Write your own fantasy tale 4. Write your own autobiography 5. Write your own weekly horoscope 6. Write your own recipe for a dream 7. Write your own letter-story 8. Write your own colour-story 9. Write your own letter to your future self Please, leave a comment after downloading! Thank you! Visit my TES shop, THE SPANISH WORKSHOP, for tons of great Spanish resources. Sales are awaiting you every week!
VTarantino
Salvador Dali, Federico Garcia Lorca and Luis Bunuel

Salvador Dali, Federico Garcia Lorca and Luis Bunuel

This is another resource for Spanish club, may be useful for art, culture, Spanish lesson. It is a summary of the lives of these 3 friends of the "Generation '27" who all attended the Residencia Estudiantes, Madrid, Spain. In England we know more about Salvador Dali than we do Lorca and Bunuel, but the three of them have had interesting careers which are very notable and interesting.
isabel_wood88
Tortoise and the Sardines

Tortoise and the Sardines

The story of the Tortoise and the Sardines is an African fable as well as a cautionary tale about the dangers of taking strangers at face-value. This enchanting fable is ideal for celebrating black history month, furthermore; the fable has been published in English, French and Spanish (the three crucial universal languages). The Book can therefore be used to advance young people’s knowledge of key stage 2 and 3 knowledge of French and Spanish in a way that is colourful, engaging and enjoyable.
deltamariabooks
Como agua para chocolate - Ch.1 vocab test/starter/plenary

Como agua para chocolate - Ch.1 vocab test/starter/plenary

16 key words taken from chapter 1 of Como agua para chocolate adapted 4 ways: 1. Bilingual vocab list 2. Match up vocab activity 3. Spanish to English vocab test 4. English to Spanish vocab test Can be used to introduce chapter, as a starter or plenary or as a simple vocab list for students to learn for the chapter.
lingospanfren
Como agua para chocolate - Chapter 1 discussion worksheet

Como agua para chocolate - Chapter 1 discussion worksheet

Worksheet to guide oral discussion with space for students to write notes on chapter 1 of Como agua para chocolate by Laura Esquivel. Students should have read the chapter prior to the lesson. Includes activities to encourage students to give a summary of the chapter, a discussion on the meaning of several quotes given, an opportunity to discuss the characters introduced, the structure of the book and the first instances of magical realism. Links to the following specifications: Edexcel AS Level Spanish literature paper 2/ A2 Level Spanish literature paper 2 WJEC A2 Level Spanish unit 5 AQA AS Level Spanish paper 2/ A2 Level Spanish paper 2
lingospanfren
Como Agua Para Chocolate - Chapter 6 (Junio) Booklet

Como Agua Para Chocolate - Chapter 6 (Junio) Booklet

A collection of different exercises to help develop a greater understanding of the themes, ideas and characters in Chapter 6 of Como Agua Para Chocolate. Designed for both pupils and teachers of Spanish A level. It can be used both for class work or independent study.
robertjonlees