Learners complete the conjugation tables on the front of their booklet with support from the Powerpoint and teacher input.
Learners then complete the booklet, section by section, changing the verbs in context from the present into the preterite. As a challenge learners may translate these sentences.
A homework task is set at the end which requires students to translate from English to Spanish.
I saw something similar on Twitter (thank you @87History) and decided to create a sheet myself to use in class.
If you have any edit suggestions let me know and I’ll look into editing the original.
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SPLAT to be played on the board with fly-swatters as usual.
'En mi mochila' was a template I saved and edited, I got my students to cut it out, cut a flap and stick it in their book. From there they were able to draw under the flap the items they have in their bag on a day to day basis.
Students can translate them, discuss who said them in which context and to whom.
The colour coded set are coded by character, the other set are all one colour so no clues are given away. Last page are misc and unsorted.
21 lesson scheme of work to go with La Casa de Bernarda Alba with links to some resources.
Feedback appreciated, let me know what you think or where improvements can be made.
This is a working document I will continue to update.
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I've put together a nice little Spanish learning mat to be printed out in A3 size for my students to have on their desks to accompany them in lesson. The idea is that in the primary classroom we can't always fill every wall with target language vocabulary and language related displays, at least this way if their eyes wander down they'll be looking at what they've been learning.
Laminate if possible, enjoy.
The mat contains:
- The family
- Greetings and questions
- Key words