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Welcome! I'm a native Spanish speaker and qualified Secondary MFL teacher. I have worked as a teacher and language assistant in secondary schools for the last 5+ years. All my resources are carefully proof-read and spell-checked, but don't hesitate to notify me of any issues! Reviews are greatly appreciated.

Welcome! I'm a native Spanish speaker and qualified Secondary MFL teacher. I have worked as a teacher and language assistant in secondary schools for the last 5+ years. All my resources are carefully proof-read and spell-checked, but don't hesitate to notify me of any issues! Reviews are greatly appreciated.
Passé composé: negative sentences
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Passé composé: negative sentences

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Presentation on how to form negative sentences in the past tense. Includes a powerpoint with a gap fill text about a trip with examples of good use plus travel vocabulary, followed by a series of activities. It can also be used as a model writing for GCSE. Please review if you enjoy it!
Spanish A-Level Essay Writing Help Mat
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Spanish A-Level Essay Writing Help Mat

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Advanced writing help for essay writing for a play, book or film for Spanish A-Level. Complex language ideas to structure writing, with examples and English meaning. Contains 13 categories, like introductions, expressions to indicate passage of time and scenes, opinions and judgements, introducing quotations, and “wow language”, like subjunctive triggers. A total of over 90 structures with example sentences, some of them based on La Casa de Bernarda Alba but adaptable to any book or film. This is an excellent resource to give students confidence in their essay writing ability and improve their skills and confidence. Better printed in A3 format.
Spanish A-Level Speaking Questions List - All topics (Edexcel)
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Spanish A-Level Speaking Questions List - All topics (Edexcel)

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Masterlist of questions from all topics in Edexcel A-Level Speaking. Includes 195 revision questions plus a breakdown of exam topics and themes. Ideal for students to assess gaps in knowledge and to revise for the exam. Questions are either taken from past papers or designed with a similar style to stimulus cards. They can be used to prepare practice stimulus cards or just as a quick revision tool, as well as prompts for homework.
French introductions poster and worksheet
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French introductions poster and worksheet

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Aesthetically pleasing display poster with basic French greetings and introductions vocab for beginners. Useful for speaking/roleplay as a worksheet (includes blank version without translations) Original dimensions: 54.4x 4.2cm / 23.4x 16.5in Apt for both B&W and colour printing. French vocabulary included: bonjour, salut, comment tu t’appelles, je m’appelle, quelle âge as-tu, j’ai … ans, ça va, bien, pas mal, et toi, merci, au revoir. If you enjoy this product, please leave a review to help me put :D
Types of adjectives in French poster
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Types of adjectives in French poster

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Clear and well-presented poster/display showing the different types of adjectives in French according to gender and how they form the feminine form (adding -e, different ending, invariable, different forms, and double last consonant + e).
Sports + likes and dislikes
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Sports + likes and dislikes

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Powerpoint featuring sports vocab + j’aime/j’adore/je n’aime pas/je déteste. With a progression of activities to help students understand the meaning and use. Please review if you enjoy!
sports + likes/dislikes graded worksheet
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sports + likes/dislikes graded worksheet

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French graded worksheet with stepped activities about sports and games, like/dislike expressions and opinions. From vocab building to translation and sentence writing. Good for in-class activities, homework or cover work. Please leave a review if you enjoy the resource! :D
French sports and times scaffolded worksheet
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French sports and times scaffolded worksheet

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A simple, stepped worksheet with sports and times in French, containing example sentences, gap fills and full sentences to be completed. Provides lots of support and scaffolding, good for differentiation, with visual cues and examples. Aimed at beginners or SEN, or to revise the basics. If you enjoy this product, please leave a review to help me out! :D
Ou est-tu? être + places in town scaffolded worksheet
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Ou est-tu? être + places in town scaffolded worksheet

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Stepped activities about places in town + je suis. Provides lots of support and scaffolding, good for differentiation. Aimed at beginners or SEN, or to revise the basics. Can be used during the lesson or set as homework as revision, and it’s also good for a cover lesson. If you enjoy this product, please leave a review to help me out! :D
Tout sur moi - French GCSE writing worksheet
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Tout sur moi - French GCSE writing worksheet

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Writing activity to revise French GCSE. It has space to write about oneself, family, house, favourite subject, likes and dislikes. Ideal to revise the basics and for the students to introduce themselves at the beginning of the school year. It could even be displayed on a wall so that pupils get to know each other better. If you enjoy this product, please help me out by leaving a review :D
Noticias - Spanish creative writing worksheet
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Noticias - Spanish creative writing worksheet

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Creative writing worksheet in the format of a blank newspaper cover for your students to write their own piece of news in Spanish. Includes the names of the different sections of a news article. Good for differentiation for advanced learners. Writing practice.
Speaking Dominos - chain speaking game for French and Spanish
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Speaking Dominos - chain speaking game for French and Spanish

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Adaptable game to practise speaking and listening. Includes blank template to add your own text, plus examples in French and Spanish. Instructions: each student gets a piece with two phrases. The student who gets the “Start” piece reads the phrase on the right of their piece. The rest of the class must listen attentively, because someone will have that same phrase on the left of their piece. When that student hears the phrase, they read the one on the right of their piece, and so on. This will create a chain where everyone will have their turn to identify a phrase and read their own. This is an excellent game to practise listening (identifying the phrase on the left when someone else says it) and speaking/pronunciation (reading the phrase on the right). Students will need to keep up to avoid breaking the chain. There are French and Spanish templates, plus a blank one. You can also adapt this for other languages and to play either in group or in pairs.
Crafting a good answer to a stimulus card (Spanish A-Level)
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Crafting a good answer to a stimulus card (Spanish A-Level)

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Includes a guide on how speaking is evaluated and a step-by-step example of how to craft an answer for a stimulus card: How to structure your answers to the two bullet points Adding analysis and cultural knowledge Adding statistics and examples Using complex language, subjunctive, good tenses and vocab Connectives and interaction
à/en/au/aux + places presentation
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à/en/au/aux + places presentation

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Easy and clear powerpoint presentation introducing/revising the rule of aller à/en/au/aux + cities and countries. Ideas of how to use it provided in the notes for the slides. Good for making students guess the rule themselves. Please review if you enjoy it!