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Spanish Description - Todo Sobre Mi (familia, comida, me gusta, no me gusta, soy, no soy, futuro)
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Spanish Description - Todo Sobre Mi (familia, comida, me gusta, no me gusta, soy, no soy, futuro)

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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!
Y7 KO Spanish - Module 2 Mi Tiempo Libre
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Y7 KO Spanish - Module 2 Mi Tiempo Libre

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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.
Spanish KO / Module 1 - Mi Vida
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Spanish KO / Module 1 - Mi Vida

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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.