Here is a compilation of words extracted from the vocabulary list from Module 2 - Mi Tiempo Libre of VIVA Libro 1, for Spanish AQA pupils in Year 7. I have divided the sections with different colors to make learning more accessible for students. This can be used to set homework prior to vocabulary tests (learn the orange section for next week) and as a way to increase the chances of remembering the words. They can have this in their books, or at home to improve their independent learning.
This is a wordsearch encouraging the development of metacognitive skills by making pupils translate the words from Module 1 - “C’est perso” Unit 4 “Moi et les autres” into French to then find them on the wordsearch. This way, students practice translation skills, vocabulary recall and spelling all at the same time!
Here is a compilation of words extracted from the vocabulary list from Module 1 - Mi vida of VIVA Libro 1, for Spanish AQA pupils in Year 7. I have divided the sections with different colors to make learning more accessible for students. This can be used to set homework prior to vocabulary tests (learn the orange section for next week) and as a way to increase the chances of remembering the words. They can have this in their books, or at home to improve their independent learning.
A great opportunity for pupils to work on their profiles whilst incorporating the use of grammar, descriptions, adjectives, the negative form and the future. Sections: Personal information: birthday, where they live and age. Family: describe your family and house. My favourites: film, book, animal, colour, series, sport… Preferences: Using “me gusta”, room to exploit verbs in their infinitive form. Interesting fact about me: expanding vocabulary, making them think about something unique about them. Food: Always good to do some revision on food. The negative: no me gusta, no soy… Self-steem booster, confidence booster, opportunity to think outside the box. My best friend: Using the third person singular with verbs like “tener” and “ser”. The future: possibility to use “I am going to…” or “I will…” for different situations, tomorrow, next weekend or in the year… I hope you and your pupils find this useful!
Spanish gap fill with word bank at the bottom to go along with the popular Spanish Christmas carol.
This a great tool for pupils to gather all their ideas about Module 2 and make a little revision map. Divided with subsections related to each unit it includes grammar and vocabulary segments for them to practice.
This template has labels with the Spanish flag as the background. They are numbered from 1 to 20. It’s a great idea if you’re interested on grouping your students in pairs, in threes or more. Just print them, laminate them, cut them and stick them to your classroom tables. It’s also good for in-class games and keeping score. For example: “5 points go to Mesa 6”. It comes with a template to keep track of what “mesa” got how many points. You could do this per lesson, per week, per term, and reward the group/pair that got the most points.
Great A4 display to quickly remind your students the gender of Spanish nouns depending on their ending. There are exceptions, of course, but this rule applies most of the time and it is very visual and easy to remember.
Great interactive way of practicing listening skills whilst introducing current Spanish music and culture. Pupils can scan the QR code to listen to the official music video on YouTube and then fill in the gaps with the words from the bottom. To further make use of this worksheet, pupils can identify examples of different grammatical tenses: present, preterite, conditional, perfect, imperfect, subjunctive… etc. It can be edited and adapted to your preference.
Follow this PowerPoint to deliver the first French lesson. It includes the lesson objective: Basic greetings in French to start a conversation. Polite words in French like “thank you” and “please”. Asking questions about each other. Answering questions about oneself It includes activities, like match up to promote recall and conversation gap fills to encourage understanding of the words within context. It’s fully editable and adaptable.