Author name: Nandi

Social Media Addiction: this worksheet focuses on vocabulary and translations relating to the theme of social media and the negative effects it may have on those who overuse it. The lesson ends with a supported writing task on the topic.

Translations – cyberspace: In this worksheet, students review vocabulary and expressions for talking on the internet, on Smartphones, and in cyberspace. The worksheet provides the support students need to translate sentences. This is a perfect resource for reviewing the theme of cyberspace.

This collection of resources introduces students to the colourful Madrid GAY Pride festival. The exercises include: describing photos, watching a video, and competing in teams to provide answers based on observation, comprehension activities, and discussion questions.

Feminism in Spain: in this audio lesson, students learn about the advancements in women’s rights in La Segunda Republica Española. The worksheet covers vocabulary and comprehension and wraps up with a group debate on the theme.

Like and Love: this lesson focuses on the construction of these verbs in Spanish, which is easily confused by English speakers. The worksheet includes plenty of practice with match-ups, translations, and sentence completion exercises.

The Subjunctive and Conditional Mood: in this lesson, students learn how to use the subjunctive and conditional together to talk about hypothetical situations.

Sentence Auction – Conditionals: this is a whole class activity to be played in small teams. Each group has €100 to bet in an auction, on sentences that they believe to be correct. This is a fun way to work on error correction as it requires students to study conditional sentences very carefully and discuss their ideas as a team. The worksheet includes full teaching notes.

Expressions with Ser and Estar: in this lesson, students study common idiomatic expressions using the key Spanish verbs Ser and Estar and translate sentences into Spanish.

Pretérito Perfecto versus Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto: In this lesson, students study the use of these compound tenses and complete translation, match-up and sentence completion activities.

In this Christmas worksheet, students learn about a famous children’s writer from Madrid, and read an extract from her book. The extract is from Celia, lo que dice (1929) and tells the story of a young girl on La Noche de los Reyes Magos (the celebration of Epiphany and when Spanish children receive their Christmas presents!)