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Spanish Tenses Revision Slides
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Spanish Tenses Revision Slides

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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.
Minesweeper Plenary Game!!
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Minesweeper Plenary Game!!

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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!
French  - Opinions for hobbies and sports - Getting a grade 7 or higher
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French - Opinions for hobbies and sports - Getting a grade 7 or higher

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A worksheet that aims to help students to design opinions of this level: “J’adorefaire de la voile avec mon père le weekend, vu que je peux passer du temps avec lui, parler de la vie et réspirer de l’air,cependant je n’aime pasjouer aux jeux-vidéosétant donné que ça peut gâcher du temps” You can try this with your highest year 8 sets, or any set in year 9 onwards. Example of opinions: Je préfère  J’apprécie  J’aime  J’adore   Ce que j’adore faire, c’est   Ce que j’aime le plus, c’est    Mon activité favorite, c’est    Mon activité préférée, c’est   
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
Y3/4/5/6 - Colours in French + Song
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Y3/4/5/6 - Colours in French + Song

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A variety of worksheets that teach the key colours in French, reinforced by listening to the song Leon le Cameleon Additionally, you can use the book Le loup qui voulait changer de couleur to support your lesson (worksheet included) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHII3ydsL8U - Leon le Cameleon
Punctuation Penguin Literacy Mat for English and MFL French Spanish German Urdu
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Punctuation Penguin Literacy Mat for English and MFL French Spanish German Urdu

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A lovely literacy mat that I created. It includes a penguin icon to make the poster exciting. A ‘British’ penguin shows the English rules, And there are his French, Spanish German and Urdu buddies too on the second poster. Engaging and destined to draw your pupils eyes to the various exciting punctuation features across 5 languages. Available as a Powerpoint download - when the file is downloaded, please delete the red ‘preview’ boxes :)
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
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.
The Evil Game Plenary
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The Evil Game Plenary

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Pupils in teams, asked to answer a question in turn. Answer wrong – give turn to other team. If answer right – choose any box – you can win or lose points. That’s why it’s called the EVIL GAMEEE! Team with the most points at the end wins. To add to the suspense, I put this background music on: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIiX2FJbgD8
French grammar through Song - Complete set!
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French grammar through Song - Complete set!

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The complete set of the'French Grammar Through Song' series. A great way to complete your study of a certain grammar topic through song. Students analyse the way the verbs are conjugated and have a chance to review their meaning before listening to the songs they feature in. A wide variety of artists - everything from Stromae, to Black M, to Edith Piaf. Each grammar lesson has between 3 and 5 tracks. Includes review and reinforcement lessons for Negatives, Future tense, Conditional, Passé Composé.
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.
Weather forecast - French
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Weather forecast - French

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Model a weather forecast for your pupils, who then complete their own. One map is of France, another is for the UK. Accompanying worksheets provided. This lesson assumes you have already taught the weather to your class and are now reinforcing it.
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.
Halloween Spooky House Plenary Game Quiz!!
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Halloween Spooky House Plenary Game Quiz!!

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Use this game as a plenary activity. This can be used for any subject and any year. E.g. Maths – answers to sums MFL – translation of vocabulary 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 window. Under the window you can find: --------------------------------------- 1. A sweet– worth 1 point to your team 2. Two sweets – 2 points to your team 3. A pumpkin – your team loses 1 point 4. A ghost – your team loses 2 points. Team with the most points at the end WINS.
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!
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.