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Mis propósitos de año nuevo. NYE vocabulary and the future tense.
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Mis propósitos de año nuevo. NYE vocabulary and the future tense.

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This resource is intended as an alternative to the standard ‘Christmas’ lessons at the end of term. Learning remains the key priority yet students have an insight to how New Year’s Eve is celebrated in Spain and can have some fun talking about their New Year’s Resolutions using the future tense. The lesson begins with New Year’s themed vocabulary, with memory games and a text to put the new words into practice. Then the focus moves to New Year’s Resolutions as the slides recap the future tense using IR + a + infinitive (it could also be used to introduce the tense) and practise it. A range of infinitive expressions for resolutions are provided with memory games to drill them. Students have the opportunity to say their own New Year’s Resolutions, work on translation both ways and it ends with a text and comprehension. Answer slides are provided to save time for the teacher.
La familia
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La familia

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This resource introduces family members in Spanish using the Simpson family members to engage learners. It includes memory games and competitions for the new vocabulary. It then explains how to make simple nouns plural and how to use simple possessive adjectives. Perfect for classes of beginners or year 7 students.
Navidad. Christmas themed revision of the present and preterite tenses.
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Navidad. Christmas themed revision of the present and preterite tenses.

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This resource is intended for those who would like a fun and different Christmas theme without having to lower expectations or compromise on learning at the end of term! The objective is to revise the present and future tenses as well as learning Christmas related vocabulary. The slides build up to a story of Bernardo’s cousins coming over for Christmas and it’s a disaster. There are lots of opportunities to practise learning and instructions for activities are in the slide notes. Enjoy!