This A level resource explains in detail the evolution of the Spanish monarchy that students should know for their exam. The Powerpoint presentation explores Juan Carlos I and Felipe VI monarchies and contains a speaking activity to practice all the information learnt in class. There are also several activities based on different informative texts in which students can collect data and practice different skills.
This is a class I have created for my GCSE students where the key grammatical points are the modal verbs and the impersonal “Se”. It includes a grammar explanation of the different grammar points, several reading activities, translation and speaking activities. I have also attached the speaking sheet my students use to prepare for the speaking exam which they find extremely useful. There is a wide variety of vocabulary and structures covered in this lesson which is very beneficial for students. Hope you like it
This A Level resource explains in detail the Spanish transition to democracy that students should know for their exam. In the PowerPoint presentation there are a number of questions for students to practice their speaking skills using the facts and data learnt from the lesson. This lesson is ideal for students to understand the transition between Franco’s dictatoship and the Spanish monarchy.
A class on “Los móviles inteligentes en nuestra sociedad” including a listening activity (TES did not allow me to upload the sound file but you can read the transcript and record yourself that will only take you 2 minutes), a speaking and 3 different reading activities. Answers included in the PPT. I have used very challenging vocabulary and structures in the worksheets that students can make notes from the brainstorm activity and text and use them later in the final activity. The students should spend time writing out key words in their vocabulary book and it gives them a great opportunity to think about synonyms to use them when speaking about this topic. Hope you like it
These A level resources explain the present, perfect, imperfect and pluperfect subjunctive and it also includes several activities in the Power Points for students to practice in class. I have also included some tests with the solutions. My students found these resources very useful because I emailed them the Power Points and they could make notes in class as well.
This A Level resource explains in detail the main Latinoamerican dictatorships that students should know for their exam. In the PowerPoint presentation there are a number of questions for students to practice their speaking skills. There is also a word document with several articles for students to read, exploit the content and collect data.
This A level resource explains in detail La Guerra Civil española and it helped my students a lot to prepare for this topic. Introduces to historical facts that are key in order to fully understand the Spanish Civil war.
This A level resource explains in detail La dictadura de Franco and the differents stages that the dictatorship went through. It also talks about the role of church and women and paying specil emphasis in “el pensamiento nacional católico”. My students found all this imformation very useful and they ended up relating it to other topics from the AQA and Edexcel syllbus as well.
In this resourse the Spanish perfect tense is explained in detail while talking about technology. There is a very challenging reading comprehension ( ideally for a top set class) with answers in the powerpoint . Please, leave a comment below if you liked it Gracias :)
This resource is a life saving for teachers that I use with my students in all key stages. The powerpoint presentation contains 26 verb conjugation tests in different tenses (present, imperfect, simple future, conditional, near future and the preterite tense) This is a good way to do verb conjugation practice in class with answers. They can write the answers or say them to you orally. Say goodbye to spending time creating verb tests. Hope you like this resource
Here is the resources I used to teach my students key vocabulary and structures related to la vida sana (healthy and non healthy habits). The key grammar point is modal verbs with impersonal phrases. This lesson is ideal to build on previous knowledge about food, drink and sports that the students can use in their answers. Hope you like it.