Let’s be realistic. For language learners taking Spanish at GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education), speaking is usually the most feared competence. Not all pupils in a class have the same level, so some might be more proactive to talk in the target language than others.
In a previous post, we showed some effective strategies that improve our Spanish level from the comfort of your own home. But what happens in the Spanish classroom? How can we encourage our GCSE students to speak in Spanish?
Today we are presenting a great board game for practising the speaking skill in the classroom! These board games cover the three themes of Spanish GCSE: Identity and Culture; Local, National, and Global Areas of Interest; and Current and Future Study and Employment.
These boards include diverse questions around these topics. They are a fun way of practicing the language and the relevant vocabulary and grammar at the same time. This material will also save you time in lesson preparation, and we know that everybody loves a board game!
Students can play individually, in pairs or in small groups. The only thing you need is a pair of dice and to download this resource for free!
Click here to download this resource for free!
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