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Spanish Tenses Home Learning Revision Slides
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Spanish Tenses Home Learning Revision Slides

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Spanish tenses are all the various grammatical conjugations you need to apply to a verb in order to communicate correctly at any level. Enable your students to communicate at KS3, GCSE and A-level with this useful revision resource! A resource for your pupils to use as revision of all the tenses and irregular verbs. Includes every single tense and mood: -Present, Present participle (gerund) -Preterite, Imperfect, Perfect -Conditional, Future -Subjunctive - present, perfect, pluperfect and imperfect.
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!
French School Reports Generator & Phrases Bank
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French School Reports Generator & Phrases Bank

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French school reports are a necessary evil that takes a long time but these reports are essential to let parents know about their children’s progress. Use this fabulous tool that will pre-write a totally randomised comment for every pupil, but which is adapted to their performance in the subject. You simply enter their name and performance from the drop down menu, press the green button and the programme does the rest! Of course, you should then modify the report so that it is totally tailored to 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!
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 - Back to School First Week
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Spanish - Back to School First Week

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A Spanish introduction is what your students need if they are new starters to your school ! Find included a great interactive lesson where students are introduced to the dictionary and then watch a video about a Spanish girl introducing herself. They then write their own piece, using the dictionary to help them with their likes/dislikes. Authentic video. High level of challenge, but also support in form of (Spanish) subtitles. High pace lesson, plenty of activities to crack on with Complete worksheets, homework, video is integrated into the powerpoint COlourful game at the end Key vocab Me llamo Hablo Soy Soy de Tengo Mi cantante favorito es … Mis amigas son … Mi mascota es …
French Home Learning Listening Festivals
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French Home Learning Listening Festivals

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A complete pack for home learning of French examination listening resources for the AQA GCSE in French on the topic of FESTIVALS. Includes: audio (embedded into the powerpoint) questions answers transcripts examination tips
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!!!
Star Wars translation - French
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Star Wars translation - French

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Looking for a fun, fast, way to get your pupils learning new vocabulary and structures? This game is designed to do just that. Pupils have to work in pairs to translate text as it scrolls upwards and before it disappears. One pupils must be looking away from the board and must listen to their partner, who reads out the text as it appears. Their partner must listen attentively and translate the text into the other language.
French Year 7 En Ville Town - Home learning - 4 weeks
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French Year 7 En Ville Town - Home learning - 4 weeks

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Home learning is what most of us are doing, maybe you use Microsoft Teams or Google Classroom. Find enclosed FOUR weeks of Home Learning / Projects based on Allez 1 En Ville but applicable for any year 7 course. audio filesvideo filesgameswritingskillsvocab Project 1 - What’s in my town Project 2 - Activities in town Project 3 - Directions and travel Project 4 - Meeting up Grammar covered: Il y a Il n’y a pas de Cependant / en revanche On peut On ne peut pas Au, Aux, etc Fixes and updates 02-05-2020 *Video integrated into project 3 in MP4 format+ included video for separate download if needed
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 - 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.
Star Wars translation - Spanish
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Star Wars translation - Spanish

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Make translation exciting ! Pupils take it in turns to translate text as it scrolls upwards, Star Wars style. Input 10 lines of text for your pupils to translate, making the translations progressively harder. The challenge is translating them in time before they disappear off the page. One pupil must not be able to see the board and they must listen to their partner as he or she reads out the text as it appears. The partner who cannot see then translates. Then swap! French version available also
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
Colourful opener slides
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Colourful opener slides

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To make your date, title and objectives PRETTY and attractive for the class to see as they walk in. Quick to focus their attention.