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I am a UK based Modern Foreign Languages Teacher and Head of Department with over 14 years teaching experience. I have created a wide variety of high quality resources and tracking systems (both for MFL and other subjects) over the years which in turn have allowed my students to make excellent progress. My GCSE and A-Level results are consistently in the top 10% in the country.

I am a UK based Modern Foreign Languages Teacher and Head of Department with over 14 years teaching experience. I have created a wide variety of high quality resources and tracking systems (both for MFL and other subjects) over the years which in turn have allowed my students to make excellent progress. My GCSE and A-Level results are consistently in the top 10% in the country.
Spanish GCSE Speaking Role-Play Workbook 2018
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Spanish GCSE Speaking Role-Play Workbook 2018

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GCSE Spanish Speaking Role-Play workbook. Collage of all the role-plays (20 in total) from the 2018 Edexcel examination (Higher and Foundation) with space for student’s answers. I print it as a whole workbook and use it as a starter activity on a weekly basis. Students get used to the structure of the task as well as a range of topics. Role-play tasks topics included: Cultural life (higher & foundation) Travel and tourist transactions (higher & foundation) Work (higher & foundation) School activities (higher & foundation) Who am I? (higher) Ambitions (higher & foundation) What school is like (higher & foundation) Daily life (higher)
GCSE 9-1 Spanish Edexcel Mock Tracking Spreadsheet 2018
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GCSE 9-1 Spanish Edexcel Mock Tracking Spreadsheet 2018

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https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-9-1-mfl-tracking-spreadsheet-2018-video-tutorial-12044094 - Video preview. GCSE 9-1 Spanish Edexcel Mock Tracking Spreadsheet 2018. The spreadsheet includes: Two tabs, one for higher and one for the foundation tier (also available for other languages and exam boards). To start enter the marks your students achieved in the mock exam for each skill (listening, speaking, reading and writing). Marks gets scaled automatically (where appropriate) as well as an overall mark and grade. At the bottom of each column you automatically get and average mark and grade for each skill, so you’ll be able to see which skills students performed better at and plan your interventions accordingly. If you scroll to the right, you have three additional columns. In the target grade enter what the students are expected to achieve by the end of the year. This will be available from Sims or from whatever system your school uses. In the current grade enter what the student achieved in their mock exam. The progress score column has now updated automatically and tells you how the student performed in comparison to their target. This will give a clear picture of which students are further away and therefore need to be targeted for interventions. At the bottom you will be able to see the average current grade, average target grade and progress score. Your school will be looking for a progress score of zero or above which means the class has performed in line or above expectations. If you do decide to purchase this spreadsheet and find it useful would you do me a favour? Please leave a review. You don’t have to write much if you don’t want to and I would really appreciate it. Thank you.
Viva 1 M1 Introductions & pronunciation tips Lesson 1
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Viva 1 M1 Introductions & pronunciation tips Lesson 1

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ASSESS THE GENERAL QUALITY OF MY WORK WITH THIS FREE DOWNLOAD. Whole lesson power point presentation & Handout on Basic pronunciation tips; The use of the definite article; Basic greetings and asking how someone is; Asking and giving your name and Saying where you live. Lesson activities include: Common pronunciation tips Listening task on common Spanish sounds Speaking task on how to pronounce popular Spanish names Introduction to the definite article and two reading tasks Basic greetings’ phrases Introducing yourself with ¿Cómo te llamas? and Me llamo Asking how someone is (using tú and usted) and saying how you are Asking and saying where you live Listening, reading and speaking task based on the lesson’s three key questions Writing task to introduce a famous person Listening task - Rap asking and saying how you are Suitable for KS2 and KS3 teachers. The lesson is planned in detail to ensure pace and interaction as well as maximise learning. The answers come up as you click. Based on the Viva 1 Course. In order to print it as a student friendly handout please click: File Print On the Full Page Slides box click on the drop down arrow. Select 2 slides and tick Scale to Fit Paper (unless already ticked). If the Frame Slides option is ticked, untick it. On the Print One Sided box click on the drop down arrow and select Print on Both Sides (Flip pages on long edge).
GCSE 9-1 Spanish AQA Mock Tracking Spreadsheet 2018
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GCSE 9-1 Spanish AQA Mock Tracking Spreadsheet 2018

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https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-9-1-mfl-tracking-spreadsheet-2018-video-tutorial-12044094 - Video preview. GCSE 9-1 Spanish AQA Mock Tracking Spreadsheet 2018. The spreadsheet includes: Two tabs, one for higher and one for the foundation tier (also available for other languages and exam boards). To start enter the marks your students achieved in the mock exam for each skill (listening, speaking, reading and writing). Marks gets scaled automatically (where appropriate) as well as an overall mark and grade. At the bottom of each column you automatically get and average mark and grade for each skill, so you’ll be able to see which skills students performed better at and plan your interventions accordingly. If you scroll to the right, you have three additional columns. In the target grade enter what the students are expected to achieve by the end of the year. This will be available from Sims or from whatever system your school uses. In the current grade enter what the student achieved in their mock exam. The progress score column has now updated automatically and tells you how the student performed in comparison to their target. This will give a clear picture of which students are further away and therefore need to be targeted for interventions. At the bottom you will be able to see the average current grade, average target grade and progress score. Your school will be looking for a progress score of zero or above which means the class has performed in line or above expectations. If you do decide to purchase this spreadsheet and find it useful would you do me a favour? Please leave a review. You don’t have to write much if you don’t want to and I would really appreciate it. Thank you.
Viva 1 M1 The verb Ser  & Personality adjectives Lesson 2
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Viva 1 M1 The verb Ser & Personality adjectives Lesson 2

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Whole lesson power point presentation & Handout on The verb Ser and Adjectives of personality (ending in o/a). Lesson activities include: Introducing the verb Ser Gap fill reading activity with the verb Ser Introducing adjectives of personality ending in o/a with the key question ¿Qué tipo de persona eres? Listening task with adjectives of personality Translation task of sentences using adjectives of personality; Students must also work out if the person being described is male or female True/False Listening task with adjectives of personality Speaking task using the lesson’s key question ¿Qué tipo de persona eres? for students to describe themselves Reading comprehension task - students read a detailed description and work out the person’s personality, passion and hero Listening comprehension task - students listen and fill in an ID card with name, character, passion and hero Writing task - students describe their own personality, passion and hero using a range of connectives. Suitable for KS2 and KS3 Spanish teachers. The lesson is planned in detail to ensure pace and interaction as well as maximise learning. The answers come up as you click. Based on the Viva 1 Course. In order to print the handout ‘student friendly’ click: File Print On the Full Page Slides box click on the drop down arrow. Select 2 slides and tick Scale to Fit Paper (unless already ticked). If the Frame Slides option is ticked, untick it. On the Print One Sided box click on the drop down arrow and select Print on Both Sides (Flip pages on long edge).
GCSE 9-1 French AQA Mock Tracking Spreadsheet 2018
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GCSE 9-1 French AQA Mock Tracking Spreadsheet 2018

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https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-9-1-mfl-tracking-spreadsheet-2018-video-tutorial-12044094 - Video tutorial. GCSE 9-1 French AQA Mock Tracking Spreadsheet 2018. The spreadsheet includes: Two tabs, one for higher and one for the foundation tier (also available for other languages and exam boards). To start enter the marks your students achieved in the mock exam for each skill (listening, speaking, reading and writing). Marks gets scaled automatically (where appropriate) as well as an overall mark and grade. At the bottom of each column you automatically get and average mark and grade for each skill, so you’ll be able to see which skills students performed better at and plan your interventions accordingly. If you scroll to the right, you have three additional columns. In the target grade enter what the students are expected to achieve by the end of the year. This will be available from Sims or from whatever system your school uses. In the current grade enter what the student achieved in their mock exam. The progress score column has now updated automatically and tells you how the student performed in comparison to their target. This will give a clear picture of which students are further away and therefore need to be targeted for interventions. At the bottom you will be able to see the average current grade, average target grade and progress score. Your school will be looking for a progress score of zero or above which means the class has performed in line or above expectations. If you do decide to purchase this spreadsheet and find it useful would you do me a favour? Please leave a review. You don’t have to write much if you don’t want to and I would really appreciate it. Thank you.
Viva1 M1 Numbers up to 20 + brothers & sisters Lesson 3
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Viva1 M1 Numbers up to 20 + brothers & sisters Lesson 3

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Whole lesson power point presentation & Handout on The verb Tener; Numbers up to 20; Asking and telling your age; Talking about brothers and sisters. Lesson activities include: Introducing the verb Tener Gap fill activity with the verb Tener Introducing numbers up to 20 & a swat the number game slide (two teams) Reading task - students complete some basic calculations with numbers solely in Spanish Writing task - students write their own calculations with numbers in Spanish; they then swap with partners in order for them to work out the totals Gap fill reading activity with sequences of numbers Introducing the key lesson question ¿Cuántos años tienes? Listening task - students listen to six people talking about their age and write the correct name Speaking task - students work in pairs and ask each other their ages; they also role-play the names and ages of the previous activity Listening task - students listen to expressions about siblings and match what they hear to the correct letter (there are pictures to give students clues) Translation task - students translate the key phrases about siblings from the previous task into English Speaking task - students conduct a survey of their classmates with the key question ¿Tienes hermanos? Reading comprehension task - students read three texts and complete a series of statements in English Suitable for KS2 and KS3 Spanish teachers. The lesson is planned in detail to ensure pace and interaction as well as maximise learning. The answers come up when you click. Based on the Viva 1 Course. In order to print the handout ‘student friendly’ click: File Print On the Full Page Slides box click on the drop down arrow. Select 2 slides and tick Scale to Fit Paper (unless already ticked). If the Frame Slides option is ticked, untick it. On the Print One Sided box click on the drop down arrow and select Print on Both Sides (Flip pages on long edge).
GCSE 9-1 MFL Tracking Spreadsheet 2018 Video Tutorial
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GCSE 9-1 MFL Tracking Spreadsheet 2018 Video Tutorial

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Video Tutorial of the MFL GCSE 9-1 mock exam tracking spreadsheet which is available to purchase separately. Check the language/exam board below and click on the link. French AQA https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-9-1-french-aqa-mock-tracking-spreadsheet-2018-12044119 French Edexcel https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-9-1-french-edexcel-mock-tracking-spreadsheet-2018-12044130 German AQA https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-9-1-german-aqa-mock-tracking-spreadsheet-2018-12044139 German Edexcel https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-9-1-german-edexcel-mock-tracking-spreadsheet-2018-12044141 Spanish AQA https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-9-1-spanish-aqa-mock-tracking-spreadsheet-2018-12044145 Spanish Edexcel https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-9-1-spanish-edexcel-mock-tracking-spreadsheet-2018-12044149 The spreadsheet includes: Two tabs, one for higher and one for the foundation tier. This example is based on the Spanish Edexcel 2018 Mock exam grade boundaries, however French and German are also available as well as AQA. To start enter the marks your students achieved in the mock exam for each skill (listening, speaking, reading and writing). Marks gets scaled automatically (where appropriate) as well as an overall mark and grade. At the bottom of each column you automatically get and average mark and grade for each skill, so you’ll be able to see which skills students performed better at and plan your interventions accordingly. If you scroll to the right, you have three additional columns. In the target grade enter what the students are expected to achieve by the end of the year. This will be available from Sims or from whatever system your school uses. In the current grade enter what the student achieved in their mock exam. The progress score column has now updated automatically and tells you how the student performed in comparison to their target. This will give a clear picture of which students are further away and therefore need to be targeted for interventions. At the bottom you will be able to see the average current grade, average target grade and progress score. Your school will be looking for a progress score of zero or above which means the class has performed in line or above expectations. I hope you find this tutorial useful. If you do decide to purchase this spreadsheet and find it beneficial please leave a review. Thank you.
Spanish AS Level 2.1A - La influencia de internet worksheet (influence of the internet)
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Spanish AS Level 2.1A - La influencia de internet worksheet (influence of the internet)

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Worksheet based on the AS Spanish Kerboodle activities. This worksheet can be used as lesson reinforcement or as homework. It allows for each student to complete the kerboodle tasks independently on paper which they then self or peer assess (as you go through the interactive activities on the board). This worksheet includes the following tasks: Grammar activity: the Present continuous tense Exercise 1: students match verbs to form the present continuous according to statements in English Exercise 2: Gap fill activity where students note down the correct verbs according to a translation in English Exercise 3: Students read a series of phrases and decide which verbs are correct in the present continuous tense Grammar activity: the Present tense Exercise 1: Gap fill with verbs in the Present tense from the options given Exercise 2: Gap fill where students conjugate verbs in the Present tense from the verb infinitives given Exercise 3: Matching verbs in the present tense to the correct category (e.g, radical changing verb) Reading task: Older people and the use of the internet Exercise 1: Students read the text and match the vocabulary with the correct synonym Exercise 2: Students continue reading the text and match further vocabulary with the correct synonym Exercise 3: Gap fill where students complete a summary of the whole text with the vocabulary provided Reading task: The good and the bad things about the internet Exercise 1: students read a series of statements and decide whether they are an advantage or disadvantage Exercise 2: Students read a series of sentences and match the beginning to the ending
Spanish AS Level 1.3A - La influencia de la Iglesia Católica worksheet (Catholic Church)
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Spanish AS Level 1.3A - La influencia de la Iglesia Católica worksheet (Catholic Church)

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Worksheet based on the AS Spanish Kerboodle activities. This worksheet can be used as lesson reinforcement or as homework. It allows for each student to complete the kerboodle tasks independently on paper which they then self or peer assess (as you go through the interactive activities on the board). This worksheet includes the following tasks: Grammar task Exercise 1: Students read a text and decide whether the verb in the preterit or the imperfect tense is correct Exercise 2: Gap fill with either a verb in the imperfect or the preterit tenses (from the words given) Exercise 3: Students match verbs in English with the corresponding Spanish
Spanish AS Level Los valores tradicionales y modernos Worksheets
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Spanish AS Level Los valores tradicionales y modernos Worksheets

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Worksheets based on the AS Spanish Kerboodle activities - Unit 1 Los valores tradicionales y modernos. These worksheets can be used as lesson reinforcement or as homework. It allows for each student to complete the kerboodle tasks independently on paper which they then self or peer assess (as you go through the interactive activities on the board). Worksheets included: 1.1A - Los cambios en la familia 1.1B - Los cambios en la familia 1.2A - Actitudes hacia el matrimonio y el divorcio 1.3A - La influencia de la Iglesia Católica 1.3B - La influencia de la Iglésia Católica
Spanish AS Level 1.2A - Actitudes hacia el matrimonio y el divorcio worksheet (marriage and divorce)
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Spanish AS Level 1.2A - Actitudes hacia el matrimonio y el divorcio worksheet (marriage and divorce)

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Worksheet based on the AS Spanish Kerboodle activities. This worksheet can be used as lesson reinforcement or as homework. It allows for each student to complete the kerboodle tasks independently on paper which they then self or peer assess (as you go through the interactive activities on the board). This worksheet includes the following tasks: Gap fill preterit tense exercise Grammar exercise: changing a verb in the imperfect tense into the corresponding preterit tense Gap fill reading exercise on cohabitation before marriage Reading exercise: students read a text about trends in cohabitation and look for a word in it which matches the definitions given
Spanish AS Level 1.3B - La influencia de la Iglésia Católica worksheet (Catholic Church)
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Spanish AS Level 1.3B - La influencia de la Iglésia Católica worksheet (Catholic Church)

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Worksheet based on the AS Spanish Kerboodle activities. This worksheet can be used as lesson reinforcement or as homework. It allows for each student to complete the kerboodle tasks independently on paper which they then self or peer assess (as you go through the interactive activities on the board). This worksheet includes the following tasks: Reading exercise: Students read a text about the disaffection towards the Catholic Church and match the English to Spanish vocabulary Reading exercise: Students continue reading the text and and match the English to Spanish vocabulary Reading comprehension: students read four statements and select the correct word to complete the sentences (based on the texts from the previous activities)
AQA AS Level Spanish Role-play cards workbook
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AQA AS Level Spanish Role-play cards workbook

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AS Level Spanish Speaking Role-Play Cards Workbook. All the role-play cards from the 2017 and 2018 exams collated into one workbook with suggested points for each question (from the mark scheme) and space for answers. It also includes questions which students can ask for each sub-theme. I used a similar workbook last academic year with a high level of success. Having studied the exam and exam materials in detail, I noticed the topic questions asked in different cards were very similar, or the same, but just worded differently. By asking students to prepare ideas for a couple of cards for each sub-topic they cover everything that can come up in the exam, as well as get used to the structure of the exam. In the past students struggled to come up with ideas which allowed them to obtain top marks in Assessment Objective 4 (Very good knowledge and understanding of those aspects of the sub-theme). By providing them with suggested points for each question students’ knowledge increases significantly. Once the whole preparation is complete, I do plenty of practice through ‘speed dating’ activities; Students practice the cards with each other and with me and then move around to work with different partners. Please note I do not ask them to memorise answers, but by completing this workbook and through speaking practice they gain deep knowledge for each sub-theme, which they are then able to express in the live examination. The workbook contains four cards on the following sub-themes: Los valores tradicionales y modernos El ciberespacio La igualdad de los sexos La influencia de los ídolos La identidad regional en España El patrimonio cultural
Spanish AS Level 1.1A - Los cambios en la familia worksheet (changes in families)
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Spanish AS Level 1.1A - Los cambios en la familia worksheet (changes in families)

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Worksheet based on the AS Spanish Kerboodle activities. This worksheet can be used as lesson reinforcement or as homework. It allows for each student to complete the kerboodle tasks independently on paper which they then self or peer assess (as you go through the interactive activities on the board). This worksheet includes the following tasks: Gap filling exercise on the imperfect tense Translation exercise on the imperfect continuous tense Listening task (3 exercises) about families nowadays - matching sentences to the correct definition; matching vocabulary to the definition; gap fill to complete the transcript
Spanish Tenses Tables Booklet
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Spanish Tenses Tables Booklet

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Booklet with all the tables for the main tenses in Spanish. I print it as a booklet and use it mainly with my GCSE and A-level classes whenever we are doing verb conjugations, extended writing tasks, etc. Students become accustomed to it and eventually are able to conjugate verbs in the main tenses without support. It includes tables for the following tenses: Present + irregulars Ser, Estar, Ir, Tener, Salir, Hacer & Ver Preterit + irregulars Ser, Ir, Hacer, Dar, Jugar & Buscar Future + irregular stems Hacer, Poder, Salir, Poner & Haber Near Future Imperfect Conditional Present continuous Imperfect continuous Perfect Pluperfect Present subjunctive In order to print it as a student friendly handout please click: File Print On the Full Page Slides box click on the drop down arrow. Select 2 slides and tick Scale to Fit Paper (unless already ticked). Tick the Frame Slides option. On the Print One Sided box click on the drop down arrow and select Print on Both Sides (Flip pages on long edge).
GCSE 9-1 French Edexcel Mock Tracking spreadsheet 2018
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GCSE 9-1 French Edexcel Mock Tracking spreadsheet 2018

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https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-9-1-mfl-tracking-spreadsheet-2018-video-tutorial-12044094 - Video preview. GCSE 9-1 French Edexcel Mock Tracking Spreadsheet 2018. The spreadsheet includes: Two tabs, one for higher and one for the foundation tier (also available for other languages and exam boards). To start enter the marks your students achieved in the mock exam for each skill (listening, speaking, reading and writing). Marks gets scaled automatically (where appropriate) as well as an overall mark and grade. At the bottom of each column you automatically get and average mark and grade for each skill, so you’ll be able to see which skills students performed better at and plan your interventions accordingly. If you scroll to the right, you have three additional columns. In the target grade enter what the students are expected to achieve by the end of the year. This will be available from Sims or from whatever system your school uses. In the current grade enter what the student achieved in their mock exam. The progress score column has now updated automatically and tells you how the student performed in comparison to their target. This will give a clear picture of which students are further away and therefore need to be targeted for interventions. At the bottom you will be able to see the average current grade, average target grade and progress score. Your school will be looking for a progress score of zero or above which means the class has performed in line or above expectations. If you do decide to purchase this spreadsheet and find it useful would you do me a favour? Please leave a review. You don’t have to write much if you don’t want to and I would really appreciate it. Thank you.
Viva 2 M1 Talking about a past holiday using the verb Ir Lesson 1
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Viva 2 M1 Talking about a past holiday using the verb Ir Lesson 1

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**ASSESS THE GENERAL QUALITY OF MY WORK WITH THIS FREE DOWNLOAD. ** Whole lesson power point presentation & Handout on Talking about a past holiday using the verb Ir. Lesson activities include: Introducing the verb Ir in the Preterit tense Introducing where you went on holiday with the key question ¿Adónde fuiste de vacaciones? Students then translate the expressions into English Introducing who you went on holiday with, with the key question ¿Con quién fuiste? Students then translate the expressions into English Introducing how you got there with the key question ¿Cómo fuiste? Students then translate the expressions into English Listening task - students listen to five people talking about where they went on holiday, who they went with and how they got there and write letters to match the correct pictures and show their understanding Speaking task - working in pairs, students ask and answer the three questions previously introduced in the lesson Writing task - Students decipher a series of acronyms to make sentences about a past holiday, using expressions and vocabulary from the lesson Reading task - Students read four texts where people describe a past holiday and match a series of pictures to the correct texts Introducing exclamation expressions with adjectives Listening task - Students listen to three people taking about where they went on holiday, who they went with, how they got there and their opinions and fill in a table with the correct information in English (answers come up in Spanish for further immersion) Writing task - students write an interview with a famous person asking and answering the three key questions from the lesson. They include exclamations with adjectives and connectives. Suitable for KS2 and KS3 Spanish teachers. The lesson is planned in detail to ensure pace and interaction as well as maximise learning. The answers come up as you click. Based on the Viva 2 Course. In order to print the handout ‘student friendly’ click: File Print On the Full Page Slides box click on the drop down arrow. Select 2 slides and tick Scale to Fit Paper (unless already ticked). If the Frame Slides option is ticked, untick it. On the Print One Sided box click on the drop down arrow and select Print on Both Sides (Flip pages on long edge).
Spanish GCSE Speaking Exam Conversation Workbook
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Spanish GCSE Speaking Exam Conversation Workbook

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GCSE Spanish Speaking Conversation High Level Questions & Handouts. Questions are split into each sub-topic for the Edexcel specification (although they can be used for AQA as well) with a support booklet with a wide range of vocabulary, expressions and structures for students to prepare answers or ideas. I used it in last year’s examination with a high level of success. In the live exam, in order to ensure a natural flow of conversation, I dipped in and out of these questions based on the answers students were giving me. Each sub-topic allows students to use at least three tenses and verbs are underlined in the support handout to highlight their importance. Once the whole preparation is complete, I do plenty of practice through ‘speed dating’ activities; Students practice the topics with each other and with me and then move around to work with different partners. Please note I do not ask them to memorise answers, but by completing this workbook and through speaking practice they gain deep knowledge for each sub-topic, which they are then able to express in the live examination. The workbook and support handout contain questions on the following topics (some topics have more questions than others, due to their nature): Theme: Identity and culture Who am I Daily life Cultural life Theme: Local area, holiday and travel Holidays Travel and tourist transactions Town, region and country Theme: School What school is like School activities Theme: Future aspirations, study and work Using languages beyond the classroom Ambitions Work Theme: International and global dimension Bringing the world together Environmental issues In order to print the support handout student friendly please click: File Print On the Full Page Slides box click on the drop down arrow. Select 2 slides and tick Scale to Fit Paper (unless already ticked). Tick the Frame Slides option. On the Print One Sided box click on the drop down arrow and select Print on Both Sides (Flip pages on long edge).
Spanish AS Level 1.1B - Los cambios en la familia worksheet (changes in families)
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Spanish AS Level 1.1B - Los cambios en la familia worksheet (changes in families)

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Worksheet based on the AS Spanish Kerboodle activities. This worksheet can be used as lesson reinforcement or as homework. It allows for each student to complete the kerboodle tasks independently on paper which they then self or peer assess (as you go through the interactive activities on the board). This worksheet includes the following tasks: Reading comprehension task: exercise 1: students read a text about the emancipation of Spanish young people and match the Spanish to English vocabulary exercise 2: students continue reading the text and match the Spanish to English vocabulary exercise 3: Students match key statistics from the whole text with its explanation Reading comprehension task: Students read a text about the emancipation of young people in Latin America and select the correct statements