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Hello! I am new here. French and Spanish teacher in the UK (GCSE, IGCSE, A-Level, Pre-U). I produce worksheets, quick activities and sentence builder sheets. I have recently started to upload my work to TES, so if you like my resources, I'd be so grateful if you could leave a quick review. Thanks for visiting and I hope my stuff will help you in your lesson planning!

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Hello! I am new here. French and Spanish teacher in the UK (GCSE, IGCSE, A-Level, Pre-U). I produce worksheets, quick activities and sentence builder sheets. I have recently started to upload my work to TES, so if you like my resources, I'd be so grateful if you could leave a quick review. Thanks for visiting and I hope my stuff will help you in your lesson planning!
Resource pack - months, numbers, dates & days of the week Spanish beginners
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Resource pack - months, numbers, dates & days of the week Spanish beginners

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A selection of resources for teaching months, dates and days of the week to beginners of Spanish. Including: Oral memory drills and listening task Listening and spelling task Worksheet of dictation, reading and spelling practice of numbers, months and days of the week Spellings challenge for a plenary or starter to recall previous lesson’s learning Basic worksheet introducing numbers with special attention to pronunciation and listening practice - teacher instructions included
Big resources pack on basic intros in Spanish - beginners
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Big resources pack on basic intros in Spanish - beginners

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Selection of worksheets and activities for learning how to introduce oneself and give other details such as where you are from, birthday, language you speak, age and where you live. Including: Worksheets to be done in class or homework with matching activities, translations and reading comprehension, answers included Ppt. oral matching task with memory game for basic questions & answers Ppt. with a load of oral memory drills to recycle & retrieve the basic questions & answers Basic intros ‘correct the facts’ listening comp with translations - a thorough processing task that extensively recycles the language to give the above info 1 pen 1 dice game (google 1 pen 1 dice for instructions) Basic greetings recap starter sheet narrow reading texts on ppt. - can be printed off or projected on screen for pupils to translate orally into English
Regular verbs and hobbies topic Spanish
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Regular verbs and hobbies topic Spanish

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Lesson activity or homework task with YouTube video for pupils to learn verbs relating to free time and hobbies, and to practise understanding the different verb conjugations (this is for the very early stages of using regular verbs in Spanish, ideal for beginners)
El fin de semana próximo future expressions and hobbies Spanish narrow reading
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El fin de semana próximo future expressions and hobbies Spanish narrow reading

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Narrow reading worksheet to practise expressions for talking about the future, as well as vocab on hobbies and time phrases. This reading could be done once pupils are familiar with some hobbies vocab and time phrases, and are ready to be introduced to some future phrases. Suggestions for further activities included in document as well as answers.
Regular verbs with food topic starter activity comer and beber Spanish
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Regular verbs with food topic starter activity comer and beber Spanish

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Quick activity or starter - flashcards with verb phrases to practise verbs comer and beber with food items - first, you can do a number of listen & repeat / call & response activities (choral repetition, individual repetition, whispering, shouting, one team vs another) then do the memory activity.
Mi familia oral drill activities Spanish beginners
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Mi familia oral drill activities Spanish beginners

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Repetitive oral drills to practise sentence structures for talking about family members - you can use the sentences to do oral translation - there are some in Spanish followed by some in English, in which pupils must use the vocab in previous sentences to help them. Then, there are questions pupils should answer orally using the vocab they have just practised. You could also use the first slide for listening tasks: say one of the green sentences in Spanish and pupils must point out which sentence you said. Or, don’t show the powerpoint, and read some of the sentences aloud for pupils to translate into English on scrap paper or miniboards. You could even do them as dictations if pupils aren’t yet able to translate - all good consolidation of the language.
Los colores interactive lesson activities Spanish colours beginners
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Los colores interactive lesson activities Spanish colours beginners

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Interactive activities to introduce the colours in Spanish - for the flashcards, you could do a number of listen & repeat, call & response style activities eg. choral repetition, individual repetition, whispering repetition, shouting repetition, team repetition etc. then there are some recall activities to practise / consolidate.
Resources pack on describing people in present tense
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Resources pack on describing people in present tense

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A huge collection of activities to introduce and extensively practise vocab on describing people (phsyical description with ser, tener, eyes, hair, and description of personality). Activities include listening and speaking activities, translations (oral and written), sentence unjumbling, multiple-choice, writing frames with support etc.
Spanish listening / writing / translation tasks on physical description and personality
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Spanish listening / writing / translation tasks on physical description and personality

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Two ways of using this resource: LISTENING: project the doc on the board / print copies for pupils, choose one of the people, say ‘Antonio, number 1:’ and give a short sentence or phrase in Spanish that matches one of the lines in Antonio’s profile. Pupils must find the detail and write ‘1’ next to it. Continue with all the details in his profile in a random order to practise recognising them. To make the activity harder, say a sentence in Spanish from any of the descriptions and pupils have to write the name of the person. WRITING: This activity should be completed once pupils have had extensive practice on vocab for describing physique and personality and could be used as assessment. Pupils can select one of the four people and complete sentences covering as many aspects mentioned as possible in Spanish. You could project the doc and annotate with bits of vocab in Spanish as support if necessary.