2 lessons based on that chapter from Viva (module 1-holidays)
Lesson 1: expressions in the past tense, vocabulary (activities in the past), one listening activity and speaking practise with ´lo mejor fue cuando/lo peor fue cuando and reading activity.
Lesson 2: quiz on last lesson, recap game, role play GCSE task, translation game.
2 lessons to introduce timetable and time revision in Spanish.
Starter - time revision
Speaking/questioning about time table
Fill the gaps speaking task with two different timetables
listening viva (higher)
revision: timetable, subjects and time
reading, reading comprehension
6 lessons based on Viva (foundation and higher) but not necessarily following the book. The lessons contain a lot of cultural knowledge on the topic of food in Spain and GCSE speaking tasks to practise it, as well as authentic resources and two games to practise speaking and tenses. Your students will love it!
Lesson 1 - eating habits in Spain
Very scaffolded reading comprehension (authentic resource)
Lesson 2 - main meals
listening task using a youtube video
speaking -English or Spanish tradition?
Tense wheel -game
Writing using 6 tenses (present, preterite, imperfect, near future, simple future, present perfect)
Food, vocabulary consolidation from Viva
Role play GCSE
Typical Spanish foods and ingredients
Reading comprehension (authentic resource)
Pinball speaking game
Two booklets for Year 11s to practise/prepare for their writing assessment on their own with plenty of advice, different sentences to introduce and finish off their writing, advice on how to tackle translation and a practise paper to apply all the strategies discussed.
Trivial pursuit -Spanish culture quiz but easily adaptable to other topics by using the template.
The power point contains:
Trivial pursuit Interactive board with questions for 5 players.
Perfect resource for the end of year.
Lesson to introduce preterite tense based on page 67 from viva higher.
Grammar focus. Sports and preterite tense (regular and irregular verbs) formation (with practise).
Simple lesson to revise preterite before you introduce imperfect tense.
Two lessons aimed at teaching festivals in a very simplified way (excellent resource if you have had no time to cover this topic).
Lessons are based on Viva.
Knowledge test -match up festival with description + key vocabulary
guess the festival -video activity
reading and introduction of passive voice
grammar- how to avoid passive in Spanish (structures with SE)
avoid the passive practise
Revision on present tense conjugation
Fill in the gap, GCSE reading type task on Dia de Muertos
There is an additional reading comprehension question in the style of GCSE section B (questions and answers in Spanish)
Authentic resource / Song
Powerpoint + worksheet
Perfect to strech high ability students/motivate difficult groups/Friday afternoons
Introduction with a brief biography about artists
lyrics -gap filling activity
idioms and expressions from the song
translation match up
3/4 lessons based on Viva -Higher and Foundation, Fanático del deporte, module 4.
Grammar focus: preterite / imperfect
Games and translations
GCSE writing task
Three lessons on weather in the past tense. Based on Viva, module 1 -Holidays.
Power point contains:
Lesson 1: weather introduction, vocab recap from past lessons, one reading, one listening activity and a card game.
Lesson 2: Vocab recap and repetition, one more challenging listening, a paralel translation and a translation game.
Lesson 3: recap, more challenging reading GCSE style, battleships (weather and activities in the past tense)
2 lessons based on Viva (higher/foundation) punto de partida 2, healthy living (module 8).
Verb conjugation (4 tenses)
Reading/listening activity (sano/malsano)
foundation page 158)
Sentence builder/speaking activity
Writing GCSE task
Four lessons based on topic 2 from Viva (foundation and higher combination) for mixed ability groups.
hay/no hay recap
tenerife (videos and cultural information)
reading and introduction of the future tense
writing: plan a weekend in Tenerife, what will you do?
weather in the future tense (more complex expressions)
design your own weather forecast
verb tense revision (time line)
writing task (GCSE style + grading criteria)