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Hello! I am based in the UK and I am a qualified languages (French and Spanish) teacher who is currently working privately teaching French and Italian. During my PGCE year - which I finished with honours - I created lots of resources that I am now sharing on TES. This website helped me a lot during my training and I am now hoping to be just as useful to somebody else!

Hello! I am based in the UK and I am a qualified languages (French and Spanish) teacher who is currently working privately teaching French and Italian. During my PGCE year - which I finished with honours - I created lots of resources that I am now sharing on TES. This website helped me a lot during my training and I am now hoping to be just as useful to somebody else!
JUGAR y HACER lesson
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JUGAR y HACER lesson

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Full lesson on when to use JUGAR or HACER in relation to sports. Includes full conjugation of jugar and hacer with consolidating fill the gap exercise; a reading task; and a writing task with scaffolding and support.
PUEDO / SE PUEDE (en mi ciudad)
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PUEDO / SE PUEDE (en mi ciudad)

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Lesson on activities to do in your town with explanation of how to use PUEDO vs SE PUEDE. Activities include a match-up, a translation task, a fill the gap, and a Quizzizz created by myself.
Un dia especial! (festivals&traditions)
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Un dia especial! (festivals&traditions)

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A full lesson based on festivals and traditions of different cultures. The lesson focuses on revising/refreshing the present and past tense of regular verbs. Activities include reading, translation and listening tasks, a fill the gap task, and a fun speaking task (trapdoor game).
Physical descriptions - adjectives (lesson 2)
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Physical descriptions - adjectives (lesson 2)

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A full lesson on physical descriptions ( presentation of adjectives such as bajo/a, alto/a, delgado/a, viejo/a…) with recall matching up activities. Following this there are two speaking tasks (the first one is a trapdoor activity which is an ideal model/scaffold for the following task). Finally, there is a writing task to finish off the lesson.
Hair and eyes + verb tener (physical descriptions lesson 1)
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Hair and eyes + verb tener (physical descriptions lesson 1)

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Full lesson on physical descriptions (hair and eyes). Presentation of Spanish vocabulary with mini speaking and writing tasks in between to consolidate learning. Presentation of TENER / to have conjugation. Memory exercise + fill the gap exercise to consolidate learning. Guess Who speaking game. Brain gym plenary (memory game).
Passé composé - lesson 4
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Passé composé - lesson 4

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The final lesson of passé composé includes a recap of passé composé with auxiliary ‘avoir’ and a full explanation of passé composé with auxiliary ‘etre’, with the SAP construction rule and the Mrs Vandertramp (verbs of movement or state of being) list. Activities include: a word snake game to use a starter, to settle the class and get them thinking a mini whiteboard task with challenges for higher achievers an unjumble the sentences task a final quiz to test the pupils’ understanding of passé composé
L'imparfait - lesson 1
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L'imparfait - lesson 1

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First of 2 lessons on the imperfect tense. The lesson begins with an easy and well scaffolded wordsnake starter activity to get the pupils settled and engaged with the lesson. An extra/challenge is provided for higher achievers. Following this the imperfect tense is presented and explained (when to use it, how it is in English, how to form it). The lesson goes on with a well scaffolded practice on how to form the imperfect tense (students can use mini whiteboards for this task) and it ends with a Kahoot created by me.
The passive form
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The passive form

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A full lesson based around foods introducing the passive form. The lesson includes a recap slide to get the pupils thinking about food vocabulary and quantities while the class settles. It continues with a fun video on traditional Spanish food; the students have to answer 3 questions based on the video. Following is a slide on tips for tackling reading tasks, and a reading tasks that the pupils will work on independently on in pairs. This text includes the passive form which is then clearly explained in the next slides, including a recap of the present tense of ser and how to form past participles. Now that the pupils should be able to recognise the passive form, they are asked to do so with the previous reading task’s text. Following this, they will tackle some Spanish to English translations (and an English to Spanish one for higher achievers) to put their skills to the test. The finally activity is a speaking/writing task to get the pupils talking about their favourite food without mentioning the name; the classmates will have to guess which food it is.
''nadie, nada, algo, alguien''
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''nadie, nada, algo, alguien''

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A full lesson on ‘‘los necesitados’’ and using the expressions ‘‘nadie, nada, algo, alguien’’. The lesson begins with a match-up activity to get the students thinking about what vocabulary they already know to talk about ‘‘los necesitados’’. It then moves to a presentation of expressions related to ‘‘los necesitados’’ and a reading/match-up task to consolidate the learning. It then explains how to use ‘‘nadie, nada, algo, alguien’’ before moving on to a fill the gap practice. The lesson ends with a public Kahoot on the expressions learnt.
FAIRE and ALLER present tense - full lesson
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FAIRE and ALLER present tense - full lesson

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Includes a recap of regular -ER verbs in the present tense (with a fill the gap activity to recall previous knowledge) + presentation of present tense of FAIRE and ALLER with knowledge consolidating activities (odd one out, writing and speaking task with scaffolding).
Basics of French - recap tasks
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Basics of French - recap tasks

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A series of exercises to recap the basics of French grammar and vocabulary for Y7 pupils. Also ideal for private tutoring. Tasks include match-ups, translations, reading and writing tasks. Topics include basic questions (where are you from, how old are you etc.) and answers; presentation of oneself and one’s hobbies; physical descriptions; pets; food; partitive articles.
Un dia especial! + USING DICTIONARIES
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Un dia especial! + USING DICTIONARIES

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A lesson based around revising past tense endings and describing a special day. The lesson also focuses on teaching students how to appropriately use a dictionary, and it includes a useful slides with tips. Activities include a match-up, a fill the gap / mini whiteboard task, a looking up words in the dictionary task, and a translation task.
Cultures of Asia (Russia, China, India)
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Cultures of Asia (Russia, China, India)

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This lesson is made for primary and SEN pupils. It includes aspect of literacy, geography and general knowledge. The lesson is composed of discussion slides (what do you know about Asia? have you been to any countries in Asia? if not, where would you like to visit? etc.); of presentation slides with basic facts and fun facts about the continent of Asia and the countries of Russia, China, and India; a quiz to test pupil retainment and knowledge (with support that includes a small literacy challenge); and finally a slide with a Bollywood dancing video.
Tout sur les vetements!  - complete lesson on clothes
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Tout sur les vetements! - complete lesson on clothes

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This lesson is based on clothes vocabulary and on verb ‘porter’. The objective is to describe what you are wearing, what you like to wear, what you do not like to wear, what one wears on particular occasions. The lesson includes presentation of clothes vocabulary with mini quizzes to break down the repetition, the conjugation of verb ‘porter’, and some slides on colours and opinions. Activities include other mini quizzes, some associating tasks, some fill the gap tasks, a beat the teacher / slap the board slide, some speaking activities (could be made into writing tasks if needed), and a fun scrabble game. There is enough material to complete 1 long session or 2 shorter sessions.
superlatives (with full recap of comparatives)
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superlatives (with full recap of comparatives)

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This lesson includes a full recap of how to form comparatives, and also of adjectives. It then moves on to how to form superlatives. There’s plenty of tasks including reading comprehension (true or false); match-up tasks; complete the sentences; unjumble and translate tasks; make comparative sentences into superlative sentences. The PowerPoint is quite plain hence it’s more ideal for older students (Year 9 onwards). Also ideal for private tutoring.
Me importa el MEDIO AMBIENTE
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Me importa el MEDIO AMBIENTE

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A full lesson on the environment and what people do to protect it. The lesson begins with a translation recap task on previously introduced vocabulary. It follows with a recap of when to use ‘‘me preocupa’’ vs ‘‘me preocupan’’ and similar expressions and with a presentation of more expressions related to the environment. Following is a reading/match-up task and a speaking trapdoor task to consolidate learning and provide scaffolding for future tasks. Finally, there is a well scaffolded writing task.