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GCSE Spanish AQA Writing
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GCSE Spanish AQA Writing

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I’m more than happy to share resources. If you’re happy with them, feel free pressing the coffee link https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MrBCurrier if my resources have helped you. I have to thank Anne Liese for her support to adapt the Edexcel plans to the AQA specification. Thank you so much! Tiering A booklet has been created for both Foundation and Higher tier as there are some elements not assessed in both exams. Foundation booklet In the Foundation booklet, I have reminded the pupils of the ‘I can’ statements for their four parts to their writing exam; photo card, 40 words, 90 words and five sentence translation. For each part of these, pupils have their assessment grids with WAGOLL examples and space for them to prepare their own responses. Also, I have chosen different topics for pupils to plan writing questions on. Higher booklet In the Higher booklet, again, I have provided the pupils with their ‘I can’ statements for their three parts; 90 words, 150 words and paragraph translation. Similarly to the Foundation booklet, pupil have their assessment grids with WAGOLL examples and space for them to prepare their own responses. Writing planning The acronyms P.P.OF and J.O.E are key to our writing planning and they are explained below. P.P.O.F Past Present Opinion and Future is one acronym all our pupils in Languages are used to as we encourage all written and spoken communication to contain the four parts. These are also the fundamental four parts that are included in the 90 and 150 words writing tasks. For each part of P.P.O.F I have provided the most essential parts to them and also given pupils a blank version for them to jot anything down to help them remember and add in their own individuality. J.O.E Remember to Justify your Opinion with an Example. There is always a need for pupils to elaborate their opinions and we encourage them to use J.O.E. This is very important for the 150 words writing task as pupils need to justify their ideas and opinions.
GCSE French AQA Writing
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GCSE French AQA Writing

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I’m more than happy to share resources. If you’re happy with them, feel free pressing the coffee link https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MrBCurrier if my resources have helped you. I have to thank @MissDavie_MFL for her support to adapt the Edexcel plans to the AQA specification. Thank you so much! Tiering A booklet has been created for both Foundation and Higher tier as there are some elements not assessed in both exams. Foundation booklet In the Foundation booklet, I have reminded the pupils of the ‘I can’ statements for their four parts to their writing exam; photo card, 40 words, 90 words and five sentence translation. For each part of these, pupils have their assessment grids with WAGOLL examples and space for them to prepare their own responses. Also, I have chosen different topics for pupils to plan writing questions on. Higher booklet In the Higher booklet, again, I have provided the pupils with their ‘I can’ statements for their three parts; 90 words, 150 words and paragraph translation. Similarly to the Foundation booklet, pupil have their assessment grids with WAGOLL examples and space for them to prepare their own responses. Writing planning The acronyms P.P.OF and J.O.E are key to our writing planning and they are explained below. P.P.O.F Past Present Opinion and Future is one acronym all our pupils in Languages are used to as we encourage all written and spoken communication to contain the four parts. These are also the fundamental four parts that are included in the 90 and 150 words writing tasks. For each part of P.P.O.F I have provided the most essential parts to them and also given pupils a blank version for them to jot anything down to help them remember and add in their own individuality. J.O.E Remember to Justify your Opinion with an Example. There is always a need for pupils to elaborate their opinions and we encourage them to use J.O.E. This is very important for the 150 words writing task as pupils need to justify their ideas and opinions.
GCSE Spanish revision: Reading and Writing exam
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GCSE Spanish revision: Reading and Writing exam

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GCSE Spanish revision booklet which contains literature texts, translations from English-Spanish or Spanish-English and essay planning for the writing exam. The writing exam planning is something I have used with my classes and allows for them to think about key words and phrases that will help them answer each bullet point.
GCSE Arabic writing for success Edexcel
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GCSE Arabic writing for success Edexcel

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I’m more than happy to share resources. If you’re happy with them, feel free pressing the coffee link https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MrBCurrier if my resources have helped you. This booklet has been adapted by Noreia into Arabic and has said it can be shared. Tiering A booklet has been created for both Foundation and Higher tier as there are some elements not assessed in both exams. Foundation booklet In the Foundation booklet, I have reminded the pupils of the ‘I can’ statements for their four parts to their writing exam; photo card, 40-50 words, 80-90 words and five sentence translation. For each part of these, pupils have their assessment grids with WAGOLL examples and space for them to prepare their own responses. Also, I have chosen different topics for pupils to plan writing questions on. Higher booklet In the Higher booklet, again, I have provided the pupils with their ‘I can’ statements for their three parts; 80-90 words, 130-150 words and paragraph translation. Similarly to the Foundation booklet, pupil have their assessment grids with WAGOLL examples and space for them to prepare their own responses. Writing planning The acronyms P.P.OF and J.O.E are key to our writing planning and they are explained below. P.P.O.F Past Present Opinion and Future is one acronym all our pupils in Languages are used to as we encourage all written and spoken communication to contain the four parts. These are also the fundamental four parts that are included in the 80-90 and 130-150 words writing tasks. For each part of P.P.O.F I have provided the most essential parts to them and also given pupils a blank version for them to jot anything down to help them remember and add in their own individuality. J.O.E Remember to Justify your Opinion with an Example. There is always a need for pupils to elaborate their opinions and we encourage them to use J.O.E. This is very important for the 130-150 words writing task as pupils need to justify their ideas and opinions.
New Year's resolutions - Spanish
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New Year's resolutions - Spanish

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First of all, this lesson has been created with ideas from @mfl_swavesey, so thank you very much for sharing and ideas with it. If you’re happy with them, feel free pressing the coffee link https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MrBCurrier if my resources have helped you. A lesson which follows how to set out New Year’s resolutions in Spanish. This lesson has a sentence builder, climbing translation, a listening pyramid, reading match-up and a Spanglish translation. Something that can be easily delivered remotely.
Spanish and French World Book Day
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Spanish and French World Book Day

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Starter made with a French and a Spanish copy. It allows for pupils to match the translated titles of famous books to the front cover of the book in English. Nice and simple starter and still promoting World Book Day!
French GCSE writing bookmark
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French GCSE writing bookmark

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I’m more than happy to share resources. If you’re happy with them, feel free pressing the coffee link https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MrBCurrier if my resources have helped you. Something simple to use as a bookmark reminder in pupils books of what to do and how to extend in their writing questions. Two examples provided and space for pupils to personalise and add 2-3 extras of their own P.P.O.F reminders
GCSE Spanish revision timeline
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GCSE Spanish revision timeline

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If you’re happy with them, feel free pressing the coffee link https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MrBCurrier if my resources have helped you. To support my current Year 11s, I have developed a revision timeline plan from the start of Autumn Two term up until the end of Summer One. On the first page, they have a reminder of what they are aiming for; their GCSE exam dates. On the second page, they have four revision techniques that we have modelled and created in class, so they have a very good idea on how to use them effectively. Then, the rest of the timeline plan has the following headings; – Topic – One of the five GCSE topics. I can objectives – The objective points which have been broken down from the main topic. Quizlet – Links to vocabulary sets which have been shared by Quizlet https://quizlet.com/en-gb/content/edexcel-gcse-spanish-resources Videos – Links to videos created by Oak National Academy https://classroom.thenational.academy/ Viva textbook – Page numbers to refer to in both Higher and Foundation GCSE Viva textbooks. Revision book – Page numbers to refer to in both revision guide and revision workbook. Vocab mapping – Providing a topic and key areas linked off with sentences in past, present and future. BBC Bitesize – Links to revision activities https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/examspecs/z799hbk
Spanish GCSE writing bookmark
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Spanish GCSE writing bookmark

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I’m more than happy to share resources. If you’re happy with them, feel free pressing the coffee link https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MrBCurrier if my resources have helped you. Something simple to use as a bookmark reminder in pupils books of what to do and how to extend in their writing questions. Two examples provided and space for pupils to personalise and add 2-3 extras of their own P.P.O.F reminders
GCSE YR10 Spanish revision timeline
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GCSE YR10 Spanish revision timeline

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If you’re happy with them, feel free pressing the coffee link https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MrBCurrier if my resources have helped you. It is never too early to start revision and this is the message I have told my YR10s. To support with their revision, I have adapted the YR11 revision timeline plan from the start of Autumn Two term up until the end of Summer Two. On the first page, they have a reminder of what they are aiming for; their GCSE exam dates. On the second page, they have four revision techniques that we have modelled and created in class, so they have a very good idea on how to use them effectively. Then, the rest of the timeline plan has the following headings; – Topic – One of the five GCSE topics. I can objectives – The objective points which have been broken down from the main topic. Quizlet – Links to vocabulary sets which have been shared by Quizlet https://quizlet.com/en-gb/content/edexcel-gcse-spanish-resources Videos – Links to videos created by Oak National Academy https://classroom.thenational.academy/ Viva textbook – Page numbers to refer to in both Higher and Foundation GCSE Viva textbooks. Revision book – Page numbers to refer to in both revision guide and revision workbook. Vocab mapping – Providing a topic and key areas linked off with sentences in past, present and future. BBC Bitesize – Links to revision activities https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/examspecs/z799hbk
GCSE Spanish: Topic planners
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GCSE Spanish: Topic planners

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A breakdown of the 5 themes for the Edexcel GCSE in Spanish with key verbs, adjectives, nouns and star quality expressions. Also, there are expressions in a variety of tenses in the past, present and future. Each column has 3 starting points and then it is up to the pupils to add what they need to revise on.
Spanish photo frames
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Spanish photo frames

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Providing FLOVAQNS writing structure in Spanish, star graded phrases and most importantly, target language that students can independently use in lessons. All at the right size to fit in Tolsby frames from a very famous Swedish shop.
April homework - GCSE Spanish Edexcel
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April homework - GCSE Spanish Edexcel

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A plan for homework for the whole of April which includes exam questions from Edexcel, Higher and Foundation translations and space to write down key oral questions for each theme. Printed into a booklet and will be given to pupils next week for the whole of April.