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Viva 2 Module 2 revision activities
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Viva 2 Module 2 revision activities

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This resource is a revision lesson for year 8s using the Viva 2 module 2 structure that can be used as an hour-long game with your class. Divide you class in teams (I had 4 or 5 children in each) and get them to work independently as well as together to find the answers for each activity. The lesson encompasses all the four skills and was used to prepare children before their assessments. Children will have the spirit of competition during the entire hour and will actually be revising at the same time! Hope you enjoy it.
Exit Tickets AQA GCSE  Spanish (Speaking Questions)
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Exit Tickets AQA GCSE Spanish (Speaking Questions)

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This is an excellent resource to use for revision of the three themes at GCSE level without planning. I use these exit tickets at the end of the lesson and give each student a different one every time. They must do what the card asks them to do whether it be answering a question, posing a question or simply talking about a given topic freely. There are 60 exit tickets covering all three themes available! These exit tickets are super quick and since they cover a variety of topics they can be used in numerous lessons especially to freshen up the students’ minds. The students must think of an answer and verbalize it thus practicing their pronunciation but also their spontaneity to answering such questions. We all know their speaking exams want natural conversations and through these they can practice and work on those skills. PLUS they can also use their answers for their WRITING PAPER. It’s a win win! Any feedback would be appreciated!
Spanish Holidays Reading Tasks
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Spanish Holidays Reading Tasks

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This is a reading comprehension text on Holidays with tasks based on the text. It includes 5 activities and an answer key at the end. For the writing task I have provided a model answer as the task is subjective to the student. This is aimed at KS3 but could easily be used for lower sets at GCSE and as a revision task for those on the Foundation tier. I had a lot of fun creating these actvities and am curious of how people have found it. Please let me know!
Spanish revision board game on Free Time
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Spanish revision board game on Free Time

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This is an exciting revision board game designed to help kids practice vocabulary on the topic of Free time. I’ve used this type of game successfully with my Y7s and they loved a bit of healthy competition amongst their classmates. This is also an amazing activity to practice pronunciation as well as get students working with others and be independent. Since the referee holds all the answers you can walk around the room and listen to the students using the TL as well as take a break if you need to. I’m a fan of anything that gets the kids working on their own whilst having some fun too. So, please enjoy and any feedback would be appreciated! I’m looking to create a game for each topic at KS3 so there is more to come! Instructions: The game should be played in groups of 4-5 with one person being the referee. Each group gets a copy of the game and the referee gets a copy of the answers, which nobody else should see! You will need a dice so players can move through the game. One dice per group should be enough. The younger player goes first and starts the game . The first player to pass the finish line wins. Players cannot advance if they cannot translate the sentences they have fallen onto in the opposite language. They will have to stay in the same place if their answer doesn´t match the referees answer sheet and wait for another turn until they roll the dice again and hopefully get a different number. The referee is allowed to give small hints if the person is struggling (e.g. It starts with the letter T…). The game can last up to 30 minutes and is a great way for students to practice the vocabulary learnt. *** I usually give my students a small piece of paper in the shape of a square to use as a token and move along in the game. I make them write their initials on the square so if they are the same colour they don’t get mixed up with the others.
Revision board game for GCSE Spanish  (Theme 2-AQA)
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Revision board game for GCSE Spanish (Theme 2-AQA)

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This is an exciting revision board game designed to help students practice vocabulary from Theme 2 of the AQA GCSE spec. I’ve used this type of game successfully and students loved a bit of healthy competition amongst their classmates. The topics included in the game are: home, healthy living, social issues, global issues, travel and tourism. This is an amazing activity to practice vocab as well as get students working with others and be independent. Since the referee holds all the answers you can walk around the room and listen to the students using the TL as well as take a break if you need to! I’m a fan of anything that gets the kids working on their own whilst having some fun too. So, please enjoy and any feedback would be appreciated! Instructions: The game should be played in groups of 4-5 with one person being the referee. Each group gets a copy of the game and the referee gets a copy of the answers, which nobody else should see! You will need a dice so players can move through the game. One dice per group should be enough. The younger player goes first and starts the game . The first player to pass the finish line wins. Players cannot advance if they cannot translate the sentences they have fallen onto in the opposite language. They will have to stay in the same place if their answer doesn´t match the referees answer sheet and wait for another turn until they roll the dice again and hopefully get a different number. The referee is allowed to give small hints if the person is struggling (e.g. It starts with the letter T…). The game can last up to 30 minutes and is a great way for students to practice the vocabulary learnt. *** I usually give my students a small piece of paper in the shape of a square to use as a token and move along in the game. I make them write their initials on the square so if they are the same colour they don’t get mixed up with the others.
Spanish Free Time Revision Worksheet
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Spanish Free Time Revision Worksheet

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This is a vocabulary practice worksheet on Free Time with 5 activities and an answer key at the end. For the writing task I have provided a model answer as the task is subjective to the student. This is aimed at KS3 but could easily be used for lower sets at GCSE and as a revision task for those on the Foundation tier who need to revise the present tense and this key vocabulary. I had a lot of fun creating these actvities and am curious of how people have found it. Please let me know!
Y7 Trapdoor activity bundle! (4 in 1)
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Y7 Trapdoor activity bundle! (4 in 1)

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This is a bundle of the famous trapdoor activity that I’ve created for Y7 Spanish. The bundle contains 4 trapdoor activities for the following topics: Todo sobre mi Mi familia Mi tiempo libre El colegio It’s a fun and easy activity that can be done with or without a teacher that is excellent for practicing speaking skills. The kids will absolutely love it! Enjoy!
Y8 Trapdoor activity bundle! (6 in 1)
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Y8 Trapdoor activity bundle! (6 in 1)

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This is a bundle of the famous trapdoor activity that I’ve created for Y8 Spanish. The bundle contains 6 trapdoor activities for the following topics: La rutina diaria Donde vivo Mi pueblo Las vacaciones (present tense) Las vacaciones (past tense) La comida y la bebida It’s a fun and easy activity that can be done with or without a teacher that is excellent for practicing speaking skills. The kids will absolutely love it! Enjoy!
Y9 Trapdoor activity bundle (5 in 1)
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Y9 Trapdoor activity bundle (5 in 1)

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This is a bundle of the famous trapdoor activity that I’ve created for Y9 Spanish. The bundle contains 5 trapdoor activities for the following topics: Family and relationships Technology and social media Films and TV programmes Healthy living School facilities, rules and future plans It’s a fun and easy activity that can be done with or without a teacher that is excellent for practicing speaking skills. The kids will absolutely love it! Enjoy!