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GCSE Spanish Viva Module 8 Apuntate
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GCSE Spanish Viva Module 8 Apuntate

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A comprehensive, bright, easy to use and follow PPT covering all of the module 8 unit Apuntate for the Edexcel GCSE textbook. Inlcudes examples, answers and extension tasks. All you need!
GCSE SPANISH Module 8 Piensa Globalmente
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GCSE SPANISH Module 8 Piensa Globalmente

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A bright, clear, in depth PPT to cover all of the unit Piensa Globalmente from the GCSE Edexcel Spanish course. Click and go! All questions, examples and answers are in the ppt, as well as starter and extension tasks
Imperative French
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Imperative French

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Useful as a starter task before introducing the formation of the imperative. Pupils look at the pictures and write down what they think the command means. This works well as it shows pupils how easy it is to understand commands and the imperative before they study the formation.
GCSE Spanish Viva Module 8 Vivir a tope
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GCSE Spanish Viva Module 8 Vivir a tope

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A PPT covering the whole unit of VIVIR A TOPE from the Edexel GCSE course. Includes all exercises, examples, answers and extension tasks. Just click and go! Bright, clear and easy to use.
Haustiere
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Haustiere

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Graded worksheet, introduces new words to describe pets, such as 'cute'. Then, they write sentences following the example
Films + Cinéma + TENSES Snakes and Ladders (SPEAKING GAME)
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Films + Cinéma + TENSES Snakes and Ladders (SPEAKING GAME)

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An A3 colour snakes and ladders board game for pairs or small groups. Players work their way around the board and must say a sentence in either the present, past or future tense depending on what colour square they land on. Key features: -Updated films (2014 and onwards roughly) -All film pictures have the French movie titles -Full instructions as well as example sentences to help pupils -Differentiation possibilities: - To differentiate up enforce the two rules regarding use of synonyms and change of pronoun -To differentiate down provide pre-printed list of opinions and film genres and do not enforce the two above rules Please search TES for "Film Cinéma Playing Cards" for a follow up speaking activity with the same film titles. Credit to TES sharer Jmitchell for the original file.
Film Cinéma Playing Cards
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Film Cinéma Playing Cards

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20 playing cards, each with a different French film poster on the front. Instructions: Print and cut out the cards. Write bullet points on the back such as genre of film, a positive and a negative opinion. Laminate the cards. Pupils then take it in turns to pull a card from the pack. They must read the bullet points and say the relevant information in French. Full example in WORD DOC. Differentiation opportunity: - To differentiate down, fill in the bullet points in French with only a few key words missing. - To differentiate up, fill in the bullet points entirely in English. Search TES for "Films and Cinema, Present, Past and Future Snakes and Ladders GAME" for follow up activity