These 10 speaking cards are designed for year 12 and year 13 students.
I have followed the new specifications.
Ideal resources to be prepared for the new A-level exam. AQA
In this bundle, you will find plenty of speaking cards for topic sub-topics such as regional identity, traditional values, religion… in the specifications.
Movimientos populares/ gastronomía/ patrimonio cultural/ igualdad de sexos/ identidad regional/ convivencia entre culturas/ derechos de gay y personas transgénero/ costumbres y tradiciones/ iglesia católica
This resource combines different activities to work on Hispanic festivals.
There are sections dedicated to Sanfermines, La Tomatina, Las Fallas, Carnaval, Día de Muertos
Reading comprenhension activities, vocabulary activities, creative writing ideas, role plays and more
Suitable for students in GCSE and A- level
Speaking cards covering different topics to prepare your students before they take their A /AS level exams.
Ideal for year 12 and year 13 students.
Topics: immigration, racism, unemployment, culture, 15M,
Inmigración, racismo, desempleo, patrimonio cultural, movimientos sociales, lenguas en España…
All cards contain several questions and two quotes with opinions to introduce the debate and discussion
New set of 11 speaking cards following AQA topics and subtopics.
In this set you will find cards to discuss the following topics:
-Racism (adverts that need to be reviewed, discriminación etnia gitana…)
-Language diversity in Spain, Euskera
-Corruption in Spain and Latin America (Caso Gurtel/ Corruption in Bolivia)
-New political forces ( Vox and young generation support) ) (Teruel también existe)
-Social movements ( Chile, El violador eres tú…)
-American dictatorships( desaparecidos, bebés robados)
-Traditional values and equality
-Immigration (second generation and its presence in media and films, stereotypes)
-These cards are based on recent news and updated material (2019-2020)
They usually include a few questions to answer, an image to open the debate and a few opinions to encourage students to justify their views
This is a resource issued every 2 weeks. It contains extracts from the press with some recent news. A quick way to keep AS and A level students engaged in the current events in Spain and Latin America.
I usually include a simple vocabulary question and some questions open for discussion and debate. A good way to used as a starter in lessons or as revision material to discuss different topics.
Immigration/ Religion/ Social movements/ Traditions …
A resource to speak about free time.
Different colours to create sentences using frequency expressions, present and near future in Spanish.
Ideal to revise free time activities and sports
You roll the dice twice, to find the question you need to answer
This resource includes templates to play this speaking game and revise 11 topics shopping, food, media, school, sport and free time, work experience, traditions, house chores, family…
How to play this game:
Each pupil chooses their preferred options but keeps this as a secret. One pupil starts to read the text and tries to guess what his/her partner has chosen at each point. If correct partner nods head and first pupil carries on. If incorrect partner says incorrect and first pupil’s turn is over. Second pupil now starts at the beginning, trying to guess first pupil’s choices - when he/she makes a mistake play passes back to the first pupil. Winner is the first one to read the text all the way through using partner’s choices.
In can be played in pairs or small groups and also against the teacher to guess the teacher’s answers.
The resource includes two slides per topic. One where all the grids contain an answer and another one with some blank rows that can be used with more able students to encourage them to create their own answers.
The sentences used in these slides include a wide range of tenses, present, past future, and conditional.
This 20 page booklet contains revision notes to cover the main topics and subtopics for the Speaking exam
It contains actual facts and key bullet points to help students with their revision
It can also be used to translate those ideas
4 adapted articles from the press to act as stimulus for speaking activities.
The cards covered some recent news about immigration and celebrities in Spain and Latin America.
Immigration, idols, football
La Bestia o el tren de la muerte in Mexico
Ilegal immigration crisis in the Canary islands
A support material to help your Spanish students remember some key phrases to use when describing a picture. ( It containts information about who is in the picture, where are those people , what are they doing, what are their feelings, what is the weather like , make some hypothesis…)
The pdf has been created to be printed on both sides and then laminate it.
This resource can be used with Mira 2.
Ideal to revise food vocabulary.
page with all the vocab to be used as a poster
page with vocab to be complete it in Spanish. The first letter of each word is given and students have to complete the rest
page with a speaking activity to do in pairs. One student ask: ¿Qué desayunas? ¿Qué cenas?.. And the other one replies according to the information in his section
page with a writing activity.
Page with a translation activity focussed on times, and frequency advebs
Pdf with two school timetables. Ideal to do speaking activities in pairs working on subjects and time.
potential questions: ¿ Qué asignaturas tienes el lunes? ¿ el martes…?
¿Cuándo tienes matemáticas?
¿A qué hora tienes?
Students need to ask their classmates with a different timetable in order to find as much information as possible.
Activities to use with Module 6 of Mira 1.
Cómo es tu ciudad (saying what your town is like ) Using masculine and feminine adjectives to describe a city or a town/ village
Battleship game “hundir la flota” to use the verb haber (hay) and say what there is or there isn´t in a city.
Places in town
Worksheet with adjectives that can be used to describe different foods. Sentences to reinforce opinion verbs and justifications. The last activity could be use as speaking prompts to work in pairs or as a writing activity.
Roll the dice twice to find a question.
Questions are divided in different categories: translation, spot the mistake, vocabulary ( name at least x animals…), and answer the questions.
They can play in pairs or small groups.
This resource can also be used in conversation sessions.
Topics: family, classroom, school,house, family, descriptions, pets, basic vocabulary, present tense