GCSE Spanish verb drill tables - past, present and future tenses

GCSE Spanish verb drill tables - past, present and future tenses

Save £3 by buying all three tenses as a bundle! Starter activity for GCSE Spanish Different sheets to print out and laminate. Gap-fill on front, answers on back. This resource is a work in progress and I plan on adding more in the future based on the different verb tenses covered in the new GCSE specification. The idea is for it to work as a starter activity and encourage independent work: 1. Students pick a card (difficulty level is highlighted at the top) and start to work by filling in the gaps with a dry-wipe marker. 2. Students refer to the GCSE Higher Spanish book (Oxford University Press) as much or as little as they need, either to read the instructions for the tense or grammar point first to refresh their memory or to refer to it as they do the activity. 3. Students self-assess their answers from the reverse of the card. 4. Students refer to the 'checklist' at the bottom with questions to prompt them, and note down any new verbs, endings, spellings etc in their books. I plan on using this resource as a routine starter activity for one lesson a week. I hope that students will gain in confidence in conjugating verbs across tenses; these resources are designed to focus on one tense at a time, so over time students can self-select which tenses they need to practise and revise. I welcome your feedback on this resource!
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GCSE Spanish verb drill tables - future tenses, conditional and present & imperfect subjunctive

GCSE Spanish verb drill tables - future tenses, conditional and present & imperfect subjunctive

Starter activity for GCSE Spanish 6 different sheets to print out and laminate. Gap-fill on front, answers on back. This resource is a work in progress and I plan on adding more in the future based on the different verb tenses covered in the new GCSE specification. The idea is for it to work as a starter activity and encourage independent work: 1. Students pick a card (difficulty level is highlighted at the top) and start to work by filling in the gaps with a dry-wipe marker. 2. Students refer to the GCSE Higher Spanish book (Oxford University Press) as much or as little as they need, either to read the instructions for the tense or grammar point first to refresh their memory or to refer to it as they do the activity. 3. Students self-assess their answers from the reverse of the card. 4. Students refer to the 'checklist' at the bottom with questions to prompt them, and note down any new verbs, endings, spellings etc in their books. I plan on using this resource as a routine starter activity for one lesson a week. I hope that students will gain in confidence in conjugating verbs across tenses; these resources are designed to focus on one tense at a time, so over time students can self-select which tenses they need to practise and revise. I welcome your feedback on this resource!
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GCSE Spanish verb drill tables - Preterite, perfect, imperfect and pluperfect tenses

GCSE Spanish verb drill tables - Preterite, perfect, imperfect and pluperfect tenses

Starter activity for GCSE Spanish 10 different sheets to print out and laminate. Gap-fill on front, answers on back. Separate sheets for regular and irregular verbs. This resource is a work in progress and I plan on adding more in the future based on the different verb tenses covered in the new GCSE specification. The idea is for it to work as a starter activity and encourage independent work: 1. Students pick a card (difficulty level is highlighted at the top) and start to work by filling in the gaps with a dry-wipe marker. 2. Students refer to the GCSE Higher Spanish book (Oxford University Press) as much or as little as they need, either to read the instructions for the tense or grammar point first to refresh their memory or to refer to it as they do the activity. 3. Students self-assess their answers from the reverse of the card. 4. Students refer to the 'checklist' at the bottom with questions to prompt them, and note down any new verbs, endings, spellings etc in their books. I plan on using this resource as a routine starter activity for one lesson a week. I hope that students will gain in confidence in conjugating verbs across tenses; these resources are designed to focus on one tense at a time, so over time students can self-select which tenses they need to practise and revise. I welcome your feedback on this resource!
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GCSE Spanish verb drill tables - infinitive, present tense and present continuous tense (gerund)

GCSE Spanish verb drill tables - infinitive, present tense and present continuous tense (gerund)

Starter activity for GCSE Spanish 9 different sheets to print out and laminate. Gap-fill on front, answers on back. This resource is a work in progress and I plan on adding more in the future based on the different verb tenses covered in the new GCSE specification. The idea is for it to work as a starter activity and encourage independent work: 1. Students pick a card (difficulty level is highlighted at the top) and start to work by filling in the gaps with a dry-wipe marker. 2. Students refer to the GCSE Higher Spanish book (Oxford University Press) as much or as little as they need, either to read the instructions for the tense or grammar point first to refresh their memory or to refer to it as they do the activity. 3. Students self-assess their answers from the reverse of the card. 4. Students refer to the 'checklist' at the bottom with questions to prompt them, and note down any new verbs, endings, spellings etc in their books. I plan on using this resource as a routine starter activity for one lesson a week. I hope that students will gain in confidence in conjugating verbs across tenses; these resources are designed to focus on one tense at a time, so over time students can self-select which tenses they need to practise and revise. I welcome your feedback on this resource!
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Viva 2 Module 1 De Vacaciones

Viva 2 Module 1 De Vacaciones

A selection of 11 starter activities to supplement Viva 2 Module 1 (Pearson) 'De Vacaciones'. Can be adapted and used at any point in the lesson.
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GCSE French verb drill tables - past, present and future tenses

GCSE French verb drill tables - past, present and future tenses

Save £2 by buying all three tenses as a bundle! Starter activity for GCSE French Different sheets to print out and laminate. Gap-fill on front, answers on back. This resource is a work in progress and I plan on adding more in the future based on the different verb tenses covered in the new GCSE specification. The idea is for it to work as a starter activity and encourage independent work: 1. Students pick a card (difficulty level is highlighted at the top) and start to work by filling in the gaps with a dry-wipe marker. 2. Students refer to the GCSE Higher French book (Oxford University Press) as much or as little as they need, either to read the instructions for the tense or grammar point first to refresh their memory or to refer to it as they do the activity. 3. Students self-assess their answers from the reverse of the card. 4. Students refer to the 'checklist' at the bottom with questions to prompt them, and note down any new verbs, endings, spellings etc in their books. I plan on using this resource as a routine starter activity for one lesson a week. I hope that students will gain in confidence in conjugating verbs across tenses; these resources are designed to focus on one tense at a time, so over time students can self-select which tenses they need to practise and revise. I welcome your feedback on this resource!
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Studio 1 Module 4

Studio 1 Module 4

A selection of activities to supplement Studio 1 Module 4 (Pearson). Can be used and adapted to suit any point in the lesson alongside the exercises from the text book.
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GCSE French verb drill tables - past tenses (perfect, imperfect & pluperfect)

GCSE French verb drill tables - past tenses (perfect, imperfect & pluperfect)

Starter activity for GCSE French 15 different sheets to print out and laminate. Gap-fill on front, answers on back. Content: Matching past participles (regular and irregular); perfect tense with avoir; perfect tense with être; reflexive verbs in the perfect tense; imperfect tense; and pluperfect tense. This resource is a work in progress and I plan on adding more in the future based on the different verb tenses covered in the new GCSE specification. The idea is for it to work as a starter activity and encourage independent work: 1. Students pick a card (difficulty level is highlighted at the top) and start to work by filling in the gaps with a dry-wipe marker. 2. Students refer to the GCSE Higher French book (Oxford University Press) as much or as little as they need, either to read the instructions for the tense or grammar point first to refresh their memory or to refer to it as they do the activity. 3. Students self-assess their answers from the reverse of the card. 4. Students refer to the 'checklist' at the bottom with questions to prompt them, and note down any new verbs, endings, spellings etc in their books. I plan on using this resource as a routine starter activity for one lesson a week. I hope that students will gain in confidence in conjugating verbs across tenses; these resources are designed to focus on one tense at a time, so over time students can self-select which tenses they need to practise and revise. I welcome your feedback on this resource!
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Viva 2 Module 4 Qué hacemos

Viva 2 Module 4 Qué hacemos

A selection of resources to supplement Viva 2 Module 4 (Pearson) 'Qué hacemos'. Mostly starter activities / bell tasks, but can be adapted to be used at any point in the lesson and alongside activities from the book.
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GCSE French verb drill tables - immediate future, simple future, conditional and subjunctive

GCSE French verb drill tables - immediate future, simple future, conditional and subjunctive

Starter activity for GCSE French 7 different sheets to print out and laminate. Gap-fill on front, answers on back. This resource is a work in progress and I plan on adding more in the future based on the different verb tenses covered in the new GCSE specification. The idea is for it to work as a starter activity and encourage independent work: 1. Students pick a card (difficulty level is highlighted at the top) and start to work by filling in the gaps with a dry-wipe marker. 2. Students refer to the GCSE Higher French book (Oxford University Press) as much or as little as they need, either to read the instructions for the tense or grammar point first to refresh their memory or to refer to it as they do the activity. 3. Students self-assess their answers from the reverse of the card. 4. Students refer to the 'checklist' at the bottom with questions to prompt them, and note down any new verbs, endings, spellings etc in their books. I plan on using this resource as a routine starter activity for one lesson a week. I hope that students will gain in confidence in conjugating verbs across tenses; these resources are designed to focus on one tense at a time, so over time students can self-select which tenses they need to practise and revise. I welcome your feedback on this resource!
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Viva 2 Module 2 (Mi Vida)

Viva 2 Module 2 (Mi Vida)

A selection of resources to supplement Viva 2 Module 2 (Pearson) 'Mi Vida'. Mostly starters / bell tasks, but some other activities too. Can be used to supplement the resources in the book.
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Viva 2 Module 5

Viva 2 Module 5

Resources to supplement Viva 2 Module 5 (Pearson). A mixture of starter activities / bell tasks, games and activities. Can be adapted to suit any point in the lesson and supplement activities and exercises in the text book.
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Studio 1 Module 5

Studio 1 Module 5

A selection of activities to supplement Studio 1 Module 5 (Pearson). Mostly starter activities / bell tasks, but can be adapted to suit any point in the lesson and supplement exercises from the text book.
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GCSE French verb drill tables - infinitive and present tense practice

GCSE French verb drill tables - infinitive and present tense practice

Starter activity for GCSE French 8 different sheets to print out and laminate. Gap-fill on front, answers on back. This resource is a work in progress and I plan on adding more in the future based on the different verb tenses covered in the new GCSE specification. The idea is for it to work as a starter activity and encourage independent work: 1. Students pick a card (difficulty level is highlighted at the top) and start to work by filling in the gaps with a dry-wipe marker. 2. Students refer to the GCSE Higher French book (Oxford University Press) as much or as little as they need, either to read the instructions for the tense or grammar point first to refresh their memory or to refer to it as they do the activity. 3. Students self-assess their answers from the reverse of the card. 4. Students refer to the 'checklist' at the bottom with questions to prompt them, and note down any new verbs, endings, spellings etc in their books. I plan on using this resource as a routine starter activity for one lesson a week. I hope that students will gain in confidence in conjugating verbs across tenses; these resources are designed to focus on one tense at a time, so over time students can self-select which tenses they need to practise and revise. I welcome your feedback on this resource!
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