An infographic to introduce the most common uses of ‘por’ and ‘para’ with icons to help visual learners. Each case has an illustrating example along with the translation into English. Great to be followed by a mini whiteboard activity or plickers.
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A 4 page long pdf guide to Spanish linking words. Explore different uses of connectives, with examples and translations.
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This infographic includes vocabulary to describe TV shows. Fits nicely with VIVA Mod 4. Each key word has an example. There are some idiomatic expressions related to expressing opinions (estar enganchado, un jarro de agua fría, quedarse con la boca abierta…)
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A lesson about the Spanish tradition of ‘el roscón de reyes’. I used this lesson as a link between Christmas related lessons and food (the topic we were doing). It recaps ingredients and quantities, and introduces recipe related vocabulary (verbs) and sequencers (primero, antes que nada, después, al mismo tiempo, para terminar…). Cut in pieces the word document and let them unjumble it to find the recipe!
At the end includes the legend of ‘el roscón’.
Please note this is a simplified version of the recipe with adapted vocabulary-
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Who said vocab tests were boring? Start the lesson with this tarsia to reinforce Christmas related key words and promote cooperative learning. Just print and cut the triangles and let students put them back in the correct place to form the big shape.
The template is fully editable so you can change the language or the vocabulary to fully adapt it to your content!
Print in A3 for best results.
Feliz navidad :)
A template for your students to practise reflection and set some resolutions using complex structures (2 verbs together, for example). Adaptable to work for many different levels, I have used it for GCSE groups and IB. Goes very well after analysing this clip from the Spanish news Informe Semanal (although this dates back to 2013) http://www.rtve.es/alacarta/videos/informe-semanal/informe-semanal-propositos-ano-nuevo/2281808/?fbclid=IwAR0GAoTCv7h4AAiT9SKqROOo6AZ4qLLo86C9jUAuvQZHA-UfnwyThNQDKPw
Aimed at GCSE groups, this infographic explores 5 ideas to include more target language in their daily lives and therefore boost comprehension skills and develop fluency. Ideal to give out to students before the holidays or during parents meetings as early interventions, but also useful as classroom display.
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Share this poster with your students and reduce your marking time, let them take charge of their learning by evaluating and correcting their mistakes.
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