Reading and Listening Stories for GCSE Spanish
A creative original story split into 15 mini chapters per pack!
Give students a sense of achievement
Diverse characters and intriguing storylines tie in with topics of the new specification for fun and useful learning.
Written and recorded by native speakers – students will learn new vocabulary, grammar and expressions while developing their reading and listening comprehension, translation and pronunciation skills.
Students’ packPer chapter:
- A text of 100–150 words (F), 150–200 words (H) or 200–250 words (G+T)
- A glossary of key difficult words to support reading and listening
- A notes box to write additional vocab, queries and opinions, and to keep track of expressions to reuse
Plus! G+T pack: additional ‘Did you know?’ boxes in the target language to boost knowledge
- Three comprehension questions and a translation task per chapter to consolidate learning
- A versatile bank of ideas for additional differentiation, extension, debate and homework tasks
Ideal for classwork, extensions, homework or independent study!
Reading and Listening Stories for GCSE Spanish:
|Foundation El pasado de Sofía Rojas||
Susana discovers the truth about her Guatemalan birth mother with help from family and friends.
|Higher Compartiendo raíces||
Twins Marta and Elena must confront their differences and separate lives before finding harmony.
|Gifted and Talented Vidas cruzadas en un tren||
Miguel becomes deaf after a terrorist attack on a train but thrives through support and love.
What do teachers say about this resource? (9995)
Being able to understand an entire story of 15 chapters would give students a sense of achievement and this resource could be a useful means of improving comprehension skills by identifying topic-specific vocabulary used in different contexts. There is a good variety of grammar and structures, which could be exploited further to improve students’ speaking and writing skills - in particular the range of past tenses used which could serve as useful models for students to remember when they should use preterite/imperfect/perfect tenses.
This is a good, well-thought-out resource which can be used in a variety of ways depending on the ability level of the class. I liked the fact that it uses storytelling as a form of learning new vocabulary and that it is divided into the GCSE topics so clearly. It familiarises students with authentic texts and translation activities, as well as [providing] obvious reading and listening opportunities.
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- GCSE Reading and Listening Story
- GCSE Spanish Reading and Listening Story
- GCSE Spanish Listening
- GCSE Spanish
- GCSE Spanish Reading
- MFL Audio Books
- Weaker Learner
- GCSE Spanish Foundation
- GCSE Spanish Stories
- Gifted and Talented
- GCSE Spanish Higher