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
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)
Two lessons based on topic 3, module 5 from Viva (foundation and higher).
Ideal for a mixed ability GCSE class.
Sentence builder -speaking/writing
Listening from viva foundation
Role plays with different situations
Sentence builder 'extreme listening’
GCSE role play
Ciudades, module 5 (Viva). Punto de partida 1, punto de partida 2 and Los pros y los contra de la ciudad.
Five lessons aimed at mix ability groups.
Vocabulary (places in town)
Grammar (muchos,algunos, unos)
Listening (viva higher)
Reading /vocabulary practise
Reading (shop adverts)
Design your own shop
Role play listening (higher)
Role play task (AQA)
Good and bad things about the city
Reading (GCSE type)
Elections for mayor
Writing your own speech to be mayor
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 booklets for your students to practise for the writing assessment, aimed at higher students. Each booklet contains 3 tasks on one theme (16 marks, 32 marks and a translation) plus an extra task for your most keen students.
Ideal for homework, classwork, extra practise or cover lessons.
Excellent resource to get your students practise for the general conversation.
Very student centered with a competitive element.
Aimed at GCSE groups but easily adaptable to use with other year groups as well.
A whole lesson on Rosalia’s new song ‘Aute Cuture’. Power point + worksheet.
This lesson contains
-Authentic text with information and a bit of Rosalia’s biography
-Reading comprehension + optional vocabulary support
A video activity for students to find the meaning of certain expressions from the song through an interview with the artist
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)
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
This resource has been designed to be used as an end of term/year project or series of lessons.
The aim of the lessons is to assign one Little Miss/Mr. Men character to each member of the class.
Each character has a name and a description in Spanish.
During the first lesson, students need to scan the descriptions and use the synonyms given to translate the names of the characters.
During the second lesson, students need to assign one character to each member of the class, choose their favourite one (or their best friend’s) and their own and translate it.
In the third lesson, they need to design a new character and write a description about him/her /translate a group of characters.
Power point (with translations) and booklet for students included.
Great resource to practise vocabulary, descriptions, synonyms, adjectives, creative writing, creative reading.
Three lessons about summer songs in Spain, perfect for the last week of term.
Plenty of authentic resources to engage students and teach about Spanish culture in a fun and interesting way using music. Power point + booklet/worksheets
Lesson 1: reading comprehension, quiz/competition + tie breakers/ speaking activity with opinions about songs.
Lesson 2: Title translation (starter), match up chorus and title of the song, interview with Juan Magán + true or false activity, fill in the gap ‘Bailando por ahí’, speaking activity with opinions about the song.
Lesson 3: Adjectives to describe lyrics and rhythm (starter), study of 6 popular songs in Spain at the moment, election of the best summer song 2019.