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Spanish Cloze Printable, Differentiated, Vocabulary: Quehaceres / Chores

Spanish Cloze Printable, Differentiated, Vocabulary: Quehaceres / Chores

Adivina Que! (Guess What!) Differentiated activity for Quehaceres / Chores Spanish Vocabulary These are cloze printables that help students review vocabulary by using sentences with missing information that students must fill in (sentences and clues all in Spanish!). Example sentence: Yo ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ mucho en casa. *Students can choose the word “ayudo” from the list to complete this sentence. The quehaceres / chores vocabulary included in this packet is vocabulary commonly found in Spanish textbooks. This particular cloze printable aligns with Realidades 1 Textbook, Chapter 6B and is a nice supplement to help reinforce vocabulary. There are two versions of the activity included so you can offer differentiation in your classes. The first version has no word bank to choose words and the second version does include the vocabulary in a word bank: quita (quitar el polvo) pongo (poner la mesa) pasa (pasar la aspiradora) saco (sacar la basura) quehaceres corta (cortar el cesped) ayudo Lavas (lavar los platos) da (dar de comer al perro) cocinas hace (hacer la cama) There is also scrambled vocabulary that students must figure out: apartamento The worksheets come with a teacher KEY, so they're also great to have on hand for when you have a SUBSTITUTE teacher!

By LaProfesoraFrida

¿A qué hora abre el banco? (What time does the bank open?)

¿A qué hora abre el banco? (What time does the bank open?)

In this worksheet you will learn how to ask about opening / closing times for a variety of shops and businesses and how to deal with places classed as 'masculine' and 'feminine'. There are 2 exercises (Spanish to English and English to Spanish) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.

By vettyjames

Spanish GCSE New Specifications Speaking Exam – General Conversation.

Spanish GCSE New Specifications Speaking Exam – General Conversation.

This is a booklet that can be printed for each student and contains over 250 general conversation questions. These questions have put together by researching all exam boards specifications and example materials. The questions are in themes are also broken down into sub-themes. Within each set of questions in a sub-theme, they have been classified into tenses so that pupils can be clear of the tense they need to use to answer the relevant question. These can form the basis of regular classroom practice for the speaking exam and if pupils are confident with these questions, they will also be able to answer many of the questions that will form part of the photo card section of the exam.

By cgazzal

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New Spanish GCSE - Spanish to English translations

New Spanish GCSE - Spanish to English translations

Three very comprehensive sets of Spanish to English translations, each covering all aspects of Theme 1 (Identity and Culture), Theme 2 (Local, regional, national, international and global areas of interest) and Theme 3 (Current and future study and employment).

By corcuera

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New Spanish GCSE Theme 2 (local, national, global, international areas of interest) - Speaking exam

New Spanish GCSE Theme 2 (local, national, global, international areas of interest) - Speaking exam

A very comprehensive set of resources to help students revise Theme 2 (local, national, global, international areas of interest) of the new Spanish GCSE and prepare for the speaking test. The pack includes: - Role plays booklet, with 20 role plays at both foundation and higher level. - Photo cards booklet, with 24 cards (each of which includes four foundation and four higher questions). - General conversation questions, with 49 questions altogether at both foundation and higher level. - Foundation and higher mark schemes / feedback sheets.

By corcuera

Gire a la izquierda (Turn left - formal)

Gire a la izquierda (Turn left - formal)

In this worksheet you will find vocabulary that will help you give / understand directions using a tense called the 'imperative'. There are 2 exercises (Spanish to English and English to Spanish) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.

By vettyjames

Spanish House Exterior Diagram and Labeling Activity - La Casa

Spanish House Exterior Diagram and Labeling Activity - La Casa

This 3 page resource contains: 1. 1 labeled diagram containing 11 words for things like house, family, tree, sun, window and roof. 2. 1 diagram for students to complete with the eleven words. 3. 1 diagram for students to complete that also contains an English/Spanish word bank for student reference.

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New Spanish GCSE: Theme 2(Local, regional, international and global areas of interest). Translations

New Spanish GCSE: Theme 2(Local, regional, international and global areas of interest). Translations

A very comprehensive set of sentences (suitable for all abilities) and paragraphs (mainly higher) to translate from Spanish into English. The resource includes 91 sentences and six long paragraphs and they cover the following aspects of Theme 2 (Local, regional, international and global areas of interest), organised as follows: Part 1: Home, town, neighbourhood and region Part 2: Social issues (charity/voluntary work; healthy, unhealthy living) and Global issues (the environment; poverty/homelessness) Part 3: Travel and tourism Finally, the six longer paragraphs include language related to all three categories. The sentences include references to a variety of tenses (present, preterite, imperfect, present perfect, conditional, future), as well as a wide range of complex structures (negatives, comparatives, conditional clauses...)

By corcuera