Spanish II Tutorial: Basic Phrases, Vocabulary and Grammar NEW! Authentic Spanish offers short video clips of real, spoken Spanish in various accents with transcripts so you can listen and read along. I am updating the tutorials with more vocabulary and regional variations (and moving some sections around), so the mp3s may not match exactly with what is written. Online learning resources This page offers a list of free online tools and resources. You can filter them by topic (they may overlap): BBC - Languages - Learn Spanish A quality learning resource. Spanish Language Exercises - Instructor-Check - Verbs In this section you will find categories for instructors-check exercises covering different aspects of the Spanish verbs. Choose from the index on the left to access the exercises. When you click on the exercise a new browser window will open. To return to this page after doing the exercise close its window click on the top right corner in a PC, and on the top left corner in a Mac). Future and Conditional Student has to choose between these two tenses from 6 pull down menus in a short story. 3 additional questions and 1 external link relate to the Alhambra.
Indirect object pronouns (me, te, le, nos, os, les) Overview Indirect objects tell “to whom” or “for whom” something is done. Just like direct object pronouns replace direct objects, indirect object pronouns are the replacements for indirect objects, which are always personal nouns. Below you can find the chart which separates the indirect object pronouns into 1st, 2nd, and 3rd person as well as singular or plural. Notice that the English definition for each indirect object includes "to/for" since they always indicate where the object is going.
Assessment for Learning The materials below explore some of my thinking about Assessment for Learning. Session 1: Assessing to learn and learning to assess: what should assessment look like in the languages classroom? The session offers a practical look at what research says about assessment, what Ofsted views as ‘outstanding’ assessment to support languages learning, and what students themselves want from assessment. The session includes classroom strategies for setting meaningful learning objectives, making learning explicit for and transparent to learners, as well as teaching ideas for enabling students to understand what they are aiming for; to evaluate their own progress; to identify their next steps and to make identifiable progress. Session 2: A time and a place for everything: How and when to use formative, summative, periodic (and dynamic?) assessment
Spanish Tenses - Spanish Resources - Spanis4Teachers.org Mi Lista De Verbos Spanish4Teachers.org (middle/high school). Handout to record every verb learned.The Verb Llegar In Present Spanish4Teachers.org (middle school). Short fill in the blank worksheet to practice the verb "llegar" in present.Spanish Regular -AR Verbs in Present Spanish4Teachers.org (middle/high school). Worksheet to practice the conjugation of Spanish regular verbs ending in -ar.Present Tense (Shoe Verbs - Irregular) (middle school).
Languages Online Sorry, we could not find the page you requested because: we may have moved or deleted the file you may have mis-typed the web address a link from another site may have been incorrect a search engine listing may be out of date Please try the following: Enter keywords related to the page you’re looking for into the search box Use the navigation to browse for information on your chosen topic Visit our home page to find out more about our site structure to work out where your information is located. See: The Department of Education and Training Language Links 2006 - Preterite vs. Imperfect Post information, handouts, and activities for helping students learn to distinguish between the preterit and the imperfect tenses in Spanish on this page. Ideas contributed to FLTeach- CarrieEGoldPret vs Imp Packet.doc- Shows rules of choosing between preterit and imperfect, as well as provides practice for choosing between the two tenses. There are also lyrics for JLo's "Que Hiciste" and a project outline based on one found on this wiki
Spanish Learning Centre Blackpool: Pronouns and the RID rule RID order when you have two object pronouns in a sentence, these pronouns always appear in the RID order. Andbecause two is the maximum number of pronouns that can appear together, the possible combinations are RD – reflexive – direct me lo compro - I buy it for myself ¿Tu pelo es magnifico. te lo lavas mucho? ID – indirect – direct Yo te la escribo - I write it to you Ella me las vende – she sells them to me La La Rule When both the direct and indirect objects are in the third person, regardless of gender and number, both pronouns will begin with 'L'; so change the indirect object (the first one) to “se”. consider the sentence - “I give it to him” - this would become “Yo le lo doy”, so we change this to “Yo se lo doy”. negation(1 verb) put the no or the negation word before first pronoun. When sentence has 2 verbs, there are 2 options Quiero dartelo te lo quiero dar negation (2 verbs) no quiero dartelo no te lo quiero dar.
How to move your lessons from good to outstanding Where would I be without Twitter? I have decided to elaborate on this AfL strategy, following this tweet from my @TeacherToolkit account on #ukedchat 3.11.11. My tweet said "#ukedchat Missed out tonight, look forward to reading ideas. My favourite T&L strategy at the moment is "Pose, Pause...Pounce, Bounce" #AfL". Firstly, this concept is not mine. Spanish Grammar Home / Grammar Find topics in left sidebar. Frankly, when most people think of "grammar" they don't get very excited.