Another magnificent clip from Youtube – this time intended to explain the useage of SER and ESTAR – both meaning ‘to be’ in Spanish. The rap made me smile – important when you’re feeling all bunged up with cold! See what you think! (The rap starts at 55 seconds.) They’ve made another rap called POR […]
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I’m on a roll of finding little gems on Youtube! Here’s an alphabet rap in Spanish – and it has a section on vowels too which I particularly like.
Here’s another rap that ‘me chifla’ – this one is about personal descriptions.
Whilst mooching around Youtube, I came across this very very catchy rap for talking about your family in Spanish. Easy to understand – it has subtitles too – and also easy to adapt for pupils to make up their own versions.
A Tweet from Spanishblog advised me to check out Profeland, la web para el profesor de español. And, as I’m an obedient girlie, off I popped to see what it was about. I must admit that i haven’t had time to look at it in depth and much of it seems to be great for […]
yo soy músico Here comes part three of my reflections on the units I’m currently using in KS2 Spanish. If you’ve read the other parts on Units 5 and 11, you’ll recall that I’ve taught the units to half of the school and am now teaching the parallel classes until the summer break. So the […]
I love singing and enjoy using song in my lessons. I’ve written before about the values of using song, rhyme and rhythm to aid learning whilst having fun. Although I’m not averse to making up my own songs, I’m always on the lookout for more songs to add to my repertoire. In the summer I […]