In this resource you will find 30 writing prompts tailored to the new subject guide (first exams 2020) to help your students practicing for their writing exam. The answer key is at the end of each exam.
A reading-comprehension task, with questions on the three strands, grade boundaries, ready to use in your class, about Social problematic and Globalisation based on the criteria for MYP Phase 2 but valid for any beginners Spanish course on Global Issues.
4 different activities to review the difference between por and para in Spanish.
- 1 text with missing words
- choose between por/para in different sentences and explain why
- Connect questions and answers
- Complete the sentences using por or para
This booklet contains 10 images with questions to help your students practice their Individual Oral. The images has been carefully selected to be inspiring and complying with the IB requirements. By answering these questions your students will learn how to get ready for a conversation on these topics. Perfect resource for Spanish ab Initio oral exam.
This activity contains a text written in first person of a fifteen years old girl reflecting upon her conceptions, perspectives, opinions, etc.
Through this reading students will be able to reflect themselves about the same issues.
Activities focus on:
- text's comprehension
- "que" vs "cual"
- "ser" & "estar"
This document contains an activity to deduce how words for nationalities are formed. Inquiry question to collect information from Spanish-speaking countries. A game to play and learn suffixes and a writing task based on the previous activities.
This resource is perfect to test your students ability in their paper 2 for the ab Initio course or alternatively, any beginners course.
The document consists of five different texts where the student needs to choose two. Time: 60 minutes.
This is just like a past paper basically.
This reading comprehension task consists of two documents, one to print out and hand over to the students and one for the teacher with all the answers.
This paper follows the IB format for the Spanish B SL course.
With this activity you can assess your students on Commands in Spanish in a very dynamic, active and different way.
The posters provided are to be put up through the school, to give hints to the students to find their posters you can organise a treasure hunt and when they find their posters they need to complete it writing something that goes with the image in "imperativo".