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Spanish resources that are easy for learners to access, and that encourage learners to start speaking Spanish with confidence from the outset.

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Spanish resources that are easy for learners to access, and that encourage learners to start speaking Spanish with confidence from the outset.
Spanish profesiones
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Spanish profesiones

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Lots of profesiones are strong cognates. Use this video to introduce some vocabulario de los profesiones to your estudiantes. Play the video with the sound only first, and use the pause button to give los estudiantes la oportunidad to answer the challenges, and then write their own. Encourage them to use español whenever they can. Much more slow, accessible Spanish available on Youtube. Search for "spanglish fantastico"
Shopping for food
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Shopping for food

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Pronunciation lesson with grocery vocab, asking a friend to pick things up from the shop for you, asking for items in a shop, using quantities, packages, and big numbers to describe what you want.
El alfabeto español
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El alfabeto español

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Consider why the alphabet is useful. Practice the vowels in a catchy chant. Go through the sounds of the Spanish alphabet. Practice spelling words to your classmates. Think about spelling and how you feel about it. Spell out your names. Play the alphabet challenge with a friend.
Present perfect writing task
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Present perfect writing task

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Choose between a Christmas catch up letter in which you tell a friend what you have done this year, or an interview with a journalist about how winning the lottery has changed your life.
Name, age, city
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Name, age, city

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A worksheet to use after looking at the BBC Primary Spanish site, which consolidates learning about personal information, and includes a flag colouring activity.
4 Languages
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4 Languages

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Practice remembering the subject pronouns, learn the verb hablar and some useful phrases that include this word, match languages to countries in Europe and around the world, conduct a question and answer session with friends as themselves and role-playing other people, revise the lesson with excercises and animated slides.
Buying train tickets
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Buying train tickets

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Pronunciation Telling the time – 24 hour clock Ordering tickets Understanding train announcements Learning and using vocabulary connected with train travel
What Spanish people do at Christmas
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What Spanish people do at Christmas

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A list of events and pictures with descriptions of what Spanish people do at Christmas. Can the children match the pictures to the sentences? Discuss with children what they like about Christmas in different cultures. Show children the calendar for this year, and then see who can remember what comes next.
Lines, angles and triangles.
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Lines, angles and triangles.

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GCSE foundation for SEN and low ability learners. Lots of practice and support to learn how to calculate missing angles on lines, parallel lines and in triangles. Label triangles as right-angled, equilateral or isosceles. Practice drawing parallel lines. Cut out and play with images and labels of: angles on a straight line add up to 180; vertically opposite angles are equal; co-interior angles add up to 180; alternate angles are equal; corresponding angles are equal. Includes 2 multiple choice quizzes which direct learners to the correct answers, for that all important feeling of success. PDF file for stability and ease of printing. Word file in case you wish to make alterations or additions.
Spanish Course Part 2 Ebook
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Spanish Course Part 2 Ebook

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Over 170 pages of Spanish activities that you can copy and use in class to teach students about the following topics: the town, directions, shops, public transport and restaurants. The emphasis is on fluency and pronunciation. This course is Spanglish Fantástico, designed to give students the confidence to get on with speaking Spanish.
Complete Spanish Course to build Confidence in Speaking
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Complete Spanish Course to build Confidence in Speaking

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Spanish e-books to support learners as they begin to speak Spanish. in total, over 300 pages of explanations, examples, exercises and resources to help and encourage your students. Written in Spanglish, the English - Spanish mix that maximises exposure to the target language at the same time as allowing full comprehension (as long as the student is preparado to make a few guesses inteligentes). Cognates are used wherever possible. The course is written around 10 themes: introductions, countries, occupations, the family, ordering in a cafe, the town, directions, shops, transport and restaurants. There are also lots of varied activities throughout to practice the basics of pronunciation and using numbers. This book is designed to be easy to use in the classroom, and for learners to be able to read through and remember outside the classroom. It minimises preparation time. With plenty of pictures throughout, 14 point text and double line spacing, it is accessible to dyslexic students. This book has a friendly, conversational style and makes suggestions about how to study and how to remember new words. Non-Spanish speakers have read this book, and told me that they were able to read it from cover to cover. One reviewer said, "You don't realise when it is Spanish or English you are reading, because it all blends in." I hope Spanish teachers and students give this book a try, because I have found it to be successful in engaging my learners and giving them the knowledge and the confidence to speak Spanish.
Blank number lines for rounding
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Blank number lines for rounding

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Learners are encouraged to think about the rounded number either side of the question number. There are blank number lines for learners to work on, and there is a table encouraging learners to think of the number either side if rounded, and the next digit to the right which will decide if the question should round up or down.
Gentle Beginners' Spanish course, part one.
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Gentle Beginners' Spanish course, part one.

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Spanish e-book to support learners as they begin to speak Spanish. 160 pages of explanations, examples, exercises and resources to help and encourage your students. Written in Spanglish, the English - Spanish mix that maximises exposure to the target language at the same time as allowing full comprehension (as long as the student is preparado to make a few guesses inteligentes). Cognates are used wherever possible. The course is written around 5 themes: introductions, countries, occupations, the family and ordering in a cafe. There are also lots of varied activities throughout to practice the basics of pronunciation and using numbers. This book is designed to be easy to use in the classroom, and for learners to be able to read through and remember outside the classroom. It minimises preparation time. With plenty of pictures throughout, 14 point text and double line spacing, it is accessible to dyslexic students. This book has a friendly, conversational style and makes suggestions about how to study and how to remember new words. Non-Spanish speakers have read this book, and told me that they were able to read it from cover to cover. One reviewer said, "You don't realise when it is Spanish you are reading, because it all blends in." I hope Spanish teachers and students give this book a try, because I have found it to be successful in engaging my learners and giving them the knowledge and the confidence to speak Spanish.
Describe your routine
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Describe your routine

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Beginners' Spanish class. Learn how to describe your routine. Practice present simple tense. Listen to a song by Los Autenticos Decadentes, called La Guitarra, and use it to write about the routine of a father and son.
Hotels: checking in and describing rooms
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Hotels: checking in and describing rooms

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Checking in to the hotel your receptionist doesn't seem to have the correct booking for your party. Can you sort it out? Describe your hotel, or describe your house. You will need this vocab for all the rooms. Practice the verbs that mean have: check out tener, and haber for the present perfect, with the most common regular verbs. Describe your hotel or describe your house. You will need this vocab for the positions. It will help you when you are asking where something is. Read about the Parador network of hotels in Spain. There are questions to extend your thinking and discussion, and there are items of vocab for you to look for, and include in your work.