Do you have a clock in your classroom? Do you teach French / Spanish? Here you have some ideas… I hope it’s useful!
Worksheet to do before, whilst and after the Spanish film “Perdiendo el Norte” or “Off Course”. Includes: Two activities to be completed before the film One activity about the characters to complete during the film Two activities (quote translation and word search) after the film. I hope it’s useful!
If you are teaching Friendship and relationships in Spanish and you want to help your students with it this might be a good idea in order to work most of the skills: reading, writing & translating. There are different levels of difficulty. Instructions: Decide which level of difficulty you want to give to each student. Ask them to fold the paper so they can only see the Spanish version. Give them some time to read it. Then they have to fold the last part so they can only see the Spanish version and the help given to translate it in the second box. Finally they fold the first part so they can not see the original version and they try to translate it from English to Spanish I hope it’s useful!
A printable resource for Spanish students (KS3, GCSE or other levels), that includes: Three revision sheets (irregular conjugations of ser, ir, hacer) Three practice sheets I hope it’s useful!*
A printable resource to help GCSE Spanish / A-Level students with Spanish tenses. Includes: Basic tenses: present, past, future and conditional. However, subjuntive tense is not included but mentioned. When to use each tense Hints to identify them Conjugation Example I hope it’s helpful!
This is a Google Sites for A Level students or GCSE students going into A Level to investigate and do some independent work about Spanish architecture, in this case mainly the Modernist movement through Barcelona’s architecture. In this Google Sties students will mainly work on: Listening skills Reading skills Culture (architecture) The resources: The web page where they should go is: https://sites.google.com/view/larutamodernistaenbarcelona/home Once in that web page they can “visit” the different buildings in any order. The videos and activities can be found in that website. One there’s an activity they will find either a document to complete or a quiz to complete. If you prefer to make them write their answers down you can download the pdf attached. Any question, feel free to ask. I hope you find it useful! :)
This resources is aimed at A Level students or students who are interested in either literature or poetry. Rosalía de Castro was a very important poet, especially in Galicia and for women as well. This resource works on the situation of single mothers in Spain at the time, the poet itself as well as one of her well-known poems. The task is divided in: Reflecting about the importance of the poet. Watching different short clips about her and answering questions. Reflect on the meaning of some words that appear in her poem. Find out the meaning of some verses in her poem. Listening/reading the poem and reflecting about it. It’s a fairly independent worksheet that can be done with access to youtube and a dictionary. I hope it’s useful! :)
If after summer you are planning to teach or review the topic of holidays and weather to a GCSE group this might be a good idea to do in your lesson: Lesson ppt with settler, starter, main activities (reading, listening, speaking and writing) and a game as plenary. Worksheet 1 - fill in the vocabulary Worksheet 2 - reading activity One pen one dice game worksheet Listening + listening worksheet
A printable resource for GCSE students or higher to help them revise French tenses. Includes: Basic tenses (the ones they will need up to a GCSE level) - Subjuntive has not been included. When to use them Hints to identify them Conjugation DR & MRS VANDERTRAMP list Examples I hope it’s useful!