A fun way to introduce verbs! A worksheet for pupils who have just learned their -ar verb endings in Spanish. Begins with examples of a 'verb flower' and a 'verb octopus'. Pupils then have to complete their own, draw their own and create their own memory aid for -ar verbs. They can finish by colouring them in.
If you have your final lesson with a KS3 group coming up, or a group with little Spanish, this sheet gives some structure activities around viewing the film. It contains parallel texts looking at the synopsis, a trapped door task and sentence builders to give opinions on the film and a question about Day of the Dead which could be homework or lead into a research project/ next lesson.
A generic lesson (for any language) that looks at different reasons to learn a language. Involves discussion and analysis of key ideas, comprehension and justification of ideas. We used this as a buffer before our language groups were set. Can also be used for European Day of Languages or cross curricular English/PSHE/Languages.
A whole lesson introducing the vocabulary to what music pupils listen to, with a French music 'X Factor' activity. The worksheet allows pupils to make 'judges' comments about the French songs, before writing up formal feedback and having a panel discussion. Final task is to write a paragraph about what music pupils listen to using opinions learned in lesson. Peer assessment slide included.
A handout I made for year 11 parent’s evening that can be adapted. Made for Edexcel specification. Gives an exam breakdown, revision sites, revision tips, a topics list and recommended revision guides.
A worksheet to accompany the Onatti video on Youtube which interviews an actor on his quarantine experience in Spain. The worksheet contains general comprehension tasks, listening, translation and writing. Answers provided on final sheet.
This worksheet is appropriate for key stage 4 pupils and can be adapted.