An escape the room type of lesson on the topic of school (viva foundation/higher).
Ideal to review/recap/end of topic lesson /end of term lesson or independent work for Year 11 revision.
Lesson contains activities related to school subjects, teachers, facilities, uniform and timetable.
Power point + worksheet. Can also be used for cover lessons or homework.
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
The classic card game adapted to the Spanish classroom. The same rules apply but if you want to go next you need to be able to answer the question in Spanish.
Template easily adaptable. Just print double sided and laminate your cards.
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.
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
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.
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.