In case, like me, you are trying to set work for students remotely (we use Google Classroom), here are some ideas for a one off A level Spanish lesson on the reguetón star, Bad Bunny.
3. Read the interview + answer all the questions (worksheet attached).
Here are some resources on the Spanish A level topic of women in the workplace. The resources reflect the type of exercises students have to do in the AQA A level reading. If you click on the feminicidio.net heading you will be taken to the website as a prelude to the reading comprehension based on an interview with the founder of the website. You can also find an A level discussion card on the topic at the spanishandumbrellas website – click here.
ENTREVISTA con Graciela Atencio
GAP FILL EXERCISE la mujer en el mercado laboral
La mujer en el mercado laboral POWERPOINT
With the Spanish Year 12s I am trying to develop summary skills. We have done a lot of work on synonyms and rewording + most recently this was in relation to eSports and online fraud. The resources I made are attached. I showed just part of the video and paused as I repeated what had been said. After the summary we worked on a gap fill (an exercise type used in the AQA exam) + I wanted to draw their attention to how certain expressions like “Al + infinitive” are often used. This should all make sense when you look at the resources. Hope they are of use + any comments would be welcome. I’m never sure whether people use the resources!
RESOURCES: 1. La influencia de Internet Las ciberamenazas dirigidas a los ‘eSports’ READING full text Las ciberamenazas dirigidas a los ‘eSports’ READING
Just a quick post to share a listening comprehension task I made for my Year 12 Spanish group. We are using Google Classroom, so I was able to share the video with them that way. They found it quite challenging, but at the same time it is good for them to hear authentic Spanish.
WORKSHEET: DEBERES listening ROSALIA
YouTube link here
The attached resources are all linked to developing comprehension skills – GCSE Higher Level reading, in particular. The focus is on raising awareness of the different types of exercise that occur, albeit this can change from year to year although use of inference, distractors, synonyms etc. will always appear whatever the form the task takes. The context here is health and diet although the initial slides can be taken and used for anything esp. as we have moved away from topic based teaching to a more grammar and skills development approach. Hope these are of help + I’m hoping to get back to posting more resources this year which is something I really enjoy – time permitting!
RESOURCES: READING Un vegano VIDEO transcript VEGANISMO Advanced vocabulary COMIDA BEBIDA GCSE HIGHER fill the gaps HIGHER LEVEL READING exam style tasks READING MASTERCHEF READING TL answers GCSE EXAM STYLE
In line with my earlier post on GCSE listening skills for the AQA examination, I am posting examples of question types for the reading exam. Popular questions types are “question and answer” where you need to understand the question being asked as well as the response – these usually take the form of questions based on a questionnaire; Present/Past/Future identification; and gap fill where grammatical awareness as well as vocabulary knowledge are key. In line with the listening exam, students need to be aware of distractors, synonyms, word families and negatives as well as skills such as inference and understanding that the answer may not be a word in the text.
RESOURCE: SKILLS types of READING questions