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Tetris speed translation - disappearing words
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Tetris speed translation - disappearing words

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Help your pupils recall and revise new vocabulary more quickly with this exciting, fast paced 'speed-translation' game based on the 80s classic. Pupils have to work in pairs to translate the words on the board before they become totally obscured by the tetris blocks. Alternative versions of the game are available, with bubbles, footballs, toy blocks, appearing on the screen.
Spanish - In the airport - En el Aeropuerto
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Spanish - In the airport - En el Aeropuerto

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Resource designed to develop listening and pronunciation skills. Airport announcements and script. Tracks imbedded into the powerpoint. Authentic airport and airplane feel with background noise to help students get used to the real environment. Can be used with absolutely any year group in many ways.
Spanish School Reports Bank
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Spanish School Reports Bank

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Simply enter your students’ names and their performance from a drop down menu and you will get a totally randomised comment based on that performance, which you can then adapt to suit your student. Instructions: YOU NEED EXCEL TO RUN THIS FILE Press ‘enable content’ or ‘enable macros’ if a yellow message at the top of the screen asks you to do so. Enter the names of your students. Choose an option for each student - Key stage / performance (KS3 available now - KS4 is in beta-testing) Press the button ’ View your auto-generated reports ’ - Excel Copy your report into whatever software your school use - double check and customise your report if you need to. Don’t like an auto-generated comment? Try the green button again to reproduce a new one. Remember - these are auto-generated. Stay professional and check through your reports carefully, using these as a basis but then adapt for each child!
Minesweeper Plenary Game
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Minesweeper Plenary Game

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Minesweeper is a very popular game where players have to avoid exploding hidden bombs in the sea. Do the same in school and end your lessons with a bang ! Use this game as a plenary activity. This can be used for any subject and any year. E.g. MFL – translation of vocabulary Maths – answers to sums. History – dates, facts I personally have used it for pupils to translate vocabulary covered in a topic, scaffolding questions, starting with single words and then building up to more complex sentences. How to run the activity: Split the class into two groups or more. Teacher asks a question to each group. Teacher selects by hands up (or miniwhiteboards, or team discussion). Teacher selects a pupil to give the answer. If the answer is correct – pupil can choose a mine. If there’s a coin under the bomb - one point for your team If there’s an explosion under the bomb - lose one point If there’s a super bomb - the rubber duck of the evil clown - lose 2 points. The team with the most points wins!!!
GCSE French AQA Writing questions bank Higher Foundation
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GCSE French AQA Writing questions bank Higher Foundation

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A bank of questions for the AQA French Writing Paper, for both higher and foundation 40 words - 6 questions 90 words - 14 questions 150 words - 10 questions One document condenses the questions onto as few pages as possible, as a revision guide. Another document has one question per page, with space to write a response beneath, as a practice-style booklet. Hope you find it useful.
Spanish - What hurts - Me duele - complete lesson
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Spanish - What hurts - Me duele - complete lesson

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Complete lesson based around saying ‘what hurts’. Learning Objective: To be able to name at least 5 body parts from memory. To be able to say what hurts. Vocabulary covered: la garganta los oidos los ojos el estomago los brazos los pies la rodilla las piernas la mano la espalda la cabeza las muelas el cuerpo Jugué al fútbol/baloncesto – I played football/basketball Hice esquí/natación – I went skiing/swimming Fui a la discoteca /bolera– I went to the disco/bowling alley Caí de mi caballo – I fell off my horse Comí tres hamburguesas/calamares/muchas gambas – I ate three burgers/squid/a lot of prawns Bebí mucha cerveza/mucho vino/ demasiado coca – I drank a lot of beer/ a lot of wine/ too much water ¡Ay! ¡Qué horror! ¡Qué desastre! ¡Qué tonto! – Oh! How awful! What a disaster! How silly!
Spanish - Physical Descriptions - Appearance
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Spanish - Physical Descriptions - Appearance

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A whole lesson on physical description, based on the Mira book but can be used totally independently of it. Título : Mi aparencia Starter: Traducid el objetivo: Objetivo : Aprender palabras para Describir me y describir a otra persona. Games, homework, etc, all included.
French GCSE Home learning Listening paper bundle
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French GCSE Home learning Listening paper bundle

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Perfect for home learning , this bundle incorporates 5 units across the GCSE : Family Free time / hobbies / sports Technology Festivals / celebrations Region / town / local area Each unit comes complete with Audio tracks Audio transcript Answers Examiner feedback and suggestions This is designed for AQA
Spanish prepositions - meerkat madness
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Spanish prepositions - meerkat madness

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A whole lesson. Objective: teach prepositions (year7 or 8 Spanish) Students reinforce this through the humour of a meerkat bouncing around the room. Optional extra: print out a meerkat picture and place it around your classroom for further practice. A variety of games and plenary activity provided for the lesson, as well as writing, reading/ translation, speaking, listening within the plenary.
Spanish - Me gusta Te gusta Le gusta
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Spanish - Me gusta Te gusta Le gusta

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A lesson that uses characters and a video from the film ‘Up’ to explain to students how to use Me gusta Te gusta Le gusta Example constructions in the lesson: A Russell ______________ el chocolate. A Kevin ______________  el chocolate. A Russell ______________  el ave Kevin A Sr. Fredrickson ______________ el ave Kevin A Kevin _____________ Russell A Kevin ______________  Sr. Fredrickson A Russell ______________ los perros. (plural!) A Kevin ______________  el perro A Sr. Fredrickson ______________ los perros. (plural!) EXTENTION: A mi , ___________ porque es ___________
French - At the restaurant - pain au chocolat
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French - At the restaurant - pain au chocolat

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A complete lesson for young children reviewing lunch and breakfast vocabulary, and for ordering food and drink at a French restaurant. Role play with waiter and customer. Worksheet and whole lesson and homework provided.
Evil Penguin Fun Plenary Game
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Evil Penguin Fun Plenary Game

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Looking for a fun, interactive plenary game? Try the EVIL PENGUIN GAME Possibly the best ever plenary game - ever Why is it evil? Because you can win points and lose points and never know when! dun dun dun! Choose a game and then ask and answer questions in teams that your teacher asks. Then pick a square. You can win or lose points. You can also be teleported into CRAZY EVIL MINI GAMES! Make sure to put on the creepy background music (click the title on the title slide!) Minigames include: Mario Kart Halloween House The Evil Card Hearts Don’t get the ducky *Edit - minor error corrected; music link added on first slide
PGCE Fun Shiny Games and Plenaries
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PGCE Fun Shiny Games and Plenaries

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Want to end your lessons with a bang? Pupils fed up of noughts and crosses every other lesson? Well plenarise to your heart’s content with this huge plenary games pack for all seasons! Games can be used in all subjects - it’s you who decides the questions!
Easter Egg Emojis Game Plenary!
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Easter Egg Emojis Game Plenary!

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A little Easter treasure hunt for you. Hunt out the rabbit! An easy plenary game for any year group… INSTUCTIONS You will be working in teams, your teacher will decide how many and who is in which. Your teacher will ask teams a question, in turn. If you get the answer right, you can choose an Emoji Easter egg. Your teacher will then click the egg. Under each egg, you can find: A coin – your team wins 1 point Chocolate – your team wins 2 points Easter Rabbit – your team wins 4 points A white cross – your team wins 0 points The team with the most points wins!
French Grammar - Future Tense through songs
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French Grammar - Future Tense through songs

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Lesson slides, worksheet and music files. This lesson is for REVIEWING the Future tense - with regular and irregular verb formations. The powerpoint has integrated clips which feature the future tense in a genuine context. This lessons assumes you have already taught the future tense and practised it - this is a reinforcement lesson :) Hope you enjoy it.
Children in need teddy bear game
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Children in need teddy bear game

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A nice game for you to play in tutor or in class. Split your team into groups - ask questions related to any teaching topic and then allow pupils to click on a spot. They can win different points for their team, depending on what hides under each spot
Christmas tree colour-in baubles / Sapin de Noel
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Christmas tree colour-in baubles / Sapin de Noel

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Colour in the baubles of the tree. Useful for Early years / KS1 & KS2 languages Baubles have numbers, place the codes on the board, e.g. for French: 1 = rouge 2 = orange 3 = jaune 4 = vert 5 = bleu 6 = blanc 7 = noir 8 = violet 9 = marron