For the teachers….
This is the lesson slides for a consecutive pair of lessons I did linked to exclamations in
Spanish. There’s a few exercises and a Blockbusters game in the 1st part (slides 2-9) and the
rest is an ICT suite lesson where I gave my students the chance to write subtitles for a short
animation.
I set up the lesson by finding a short movie (1-2 mins) and using the print screen button to
capture different parts of the movie from youtube. I pasted these onto slides like a storyboard
and underneath gave spaces for the children to write what they want the octopuses to say.
The advantage of it being a silent film is that the students can get them to say whatever they
want and can be really creative and funny.
The focus was on using recyclable vocab like commands and exclamations to make the
dialogue and after marking the work I chose 3 to show to the rest of the class.
I downloaded the movie using a youtube grabber and used movie maker’s caption button to
write the subtitles my best 3 students had written.
All students will learn how to use exclamations in Spanish
Qué clase más aburrida
Use the text below to translate the sentences into Spanish. Remember to put slides 3 and 5
into slide show view to avoid giving away answers.
How
handsome!
How
stupid!
extraterrestres
Qué
más
Qué
tonto!
increíble
What an
incredible
guitar!
Malvado
simpático
guapo!
guitarra
Qué
malvada
malvado
What an
evil idea!
What
lovely
aliens!
más
Qué
simpáticos
Qué
más
idea
Exclamations
Mmm really
Zoya ! How
interesting!
Hi Atheeqa ,
I’m a Kangaroo,
How cool!
In English exclamations sound like this ‘How cool’ / ‘How stupid’
In Spanish we use Qué + an adjective
(Qué raro! = How weird)
(Qué tonto! = How stupid)
There are also some good ones with nouns
Qué desastre! – What a disaster!
Qué pena – What a shame
Qué lástima – What a pity
Qué idiota – What a dimwit!
Qué casualidad – What a coincidence
Qué suerte – How lucky!
Rukhsar
Alia
Aaliyah
Kiran Q
Kiran H
Luthfa
Somayya
Amina
Iqrah
Talia
Zenam
Zoya
Zara
Zahra
Madeeha
Naila
Madiya
Raheeeesa
Fibz
Khateeja
Sana
Safiyyah
Aisha
Saniyah
Atheeqa
Aminah
Hafsa
How cool!
How cold!
How lazy!
How exciting!
How dull!
How delicious!
How dark!
How hairy!
How disgusting!
How childish!
How annoying!
How fussy!
How heavy!
How funny!
How thoughtful!
How disappointing
How talkative!
How quiet!
How incredible
How rude!
How painful!
How loud!
How fast!
How slow!
How rich!
How spicy!
How clean!
Qué guay!
Qué frío!
Qué perezoso!
Qué emocionante!
Qué aburrido!
Qué delicioso!
Qué oscuro!
Qué peludo!
Qué asqueroso!
Qué infantil!
Qué molesto!
Qué quisquilloso!
Qué pesado!
Qué gracioso!
Qué pensativo!
Qué decepcionante!
Qué hablador!
Qué callado!
Qué increíble!
Qué maleducado!
Qué doloroso!
Qué ruidoso!
Qué rápido!
Qué lento!
Qué rico!
Qué picante!
Qué limpio!
Exclamations with nouns
Qué gatito
más hermoso
Sometimes you’ll want to give an exclamation about a noun (What a
pretty cat)
In this case you’ll need to use
‘Qué + Noun + Más + Adjective’
Qué sitio más interesante
What an interesting place!
Qué chicas más aburridas
What boring girls!
Qué casa más lujosa
What a luxurious house
Rukhsar
Alia
Aaliyah
Kiran Q
Kiran H
Luthfa
Somayya
Amina
Iqrah
Talia
Zenam
Zoya
Zara
Zahra
Madeeha
Naila
Madiya
Raheeeesa
Fibz
Khateeja
Sana
Safiyyah
Aisha
Saniyah
Atheeqa
Aminah
Hafsa
What a sad film!
What an ugly car!
What an interesting day!
What a stupid cat!
What a clever girl!
What a funny program!
What an annoying person!
What a useless man!
What a sensible idea!
What a fast motorbike!
What a slow boat!
What a dark wood!
What an expensive camera!
What a dirty hotel!
What a terrible sister!
What a cruel trick!
What a funny joke!
What an easy test!
What an interesting bug!
What a rude badger!
What a big mouth!
What a fat pig!
What a fast cow!
What a clever donkey!
What a long journey!
What a mean Aminah
What a generous man
Qué película más triste!
Qué coche más feo!
Qué día más interesante!
Qué gato más tonto!
Qué chica más ineligente !
Qué programa más gracioso!
Qué persona más molesto!
Qué hombre más inútil!
Qué idea más sencilla!
Qué moto más rápida!
Qué barco más lento!
Qué bosque más oscuro!
Qué cámara más caro!
Qué hotel más sucio!
Qué hermana más terrible!
Qué trampa más cruel!
Qué chsite más gracioso !
Qué prueba más fácil!
Qué bicho más interesante!
Qué tejón más maleducado!
Qué boca más grande!
Qué cerdo más gordo!
Qué vaca más rápida!
Qué burro más listo!
Qué viaje más largo!
Qué Aminah más tacaña!
Qué hombre más generoso!
Escribid una frase para cada foto
Ejemplo: Qué chocante!
Escribid una frase para cada foto
Ejemplo: Qué piratas más feos!
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Go into Slide show and click this for Blockbusters
game related to Exclamations.
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FOLLOWING SLIDES ARE BEGINNING OF ICT LESSON
Today is your chance to write some subtitles for a cartoon. You need to be creative and
imaginative with the focus on using as much recyclable vocabulary as possible(especially
commands and exclamations). You have just over 2 minutes of film to write dialogue for.
You’ll write your dialogues onto a PowerPoint and the best 3 will be chosen to play to the class
on Friday afternoon using movie maker (don’t worry – I’ll do all the technical stuff). Please write
text in pink for the girl octopus, orange for the boy octopus and blue for the man.
You should try to use the vocabulary Powerpoint as well as slides 2-4 of this powerpoint to do
commands and exclamations. Read these slides before you start.
On the next slide you should be able to see the short movie of ‘Oktapodi’ or there is a link
underneath.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkjNfFaYl4M&feature=related
Giving instructions
We can also use these two phrases: Debes / Hay que + A verb
-Debes comer menos chocolate – You must eat less chocolate
-Hay que ir al gimnasio – You have to go to the gym
-No hay que fumar – You mustn’t smoke
If the words that follow your instruction phrase don’t
end in –er/-ar/-ir then they are not verbs.
Exclamations
In English exclamations sound like this ‘How cool’ / ‘How stupid’
In Spanish we use Qué + an adjective
(Qué raro! = How weird)
(Qué tonto! = How stupid)
There are also some good ones with nouns
Qué desastre! – What a disaster!
Qué pena – What a shame
Qué lástima – What a pity
Qué idiota – What a dimwit!
Qué casualidad – What a coincidence
Qué suerte – How lucky!
Exclamations with nouns
Sometimes you’ll want to give an exclamation about a noun (What a
pretty cat)
In this case you’ll need to use
‘Qué + Noun + Más + Adjective’
Qué sitio más interesante
What an interesting place!
Qué chicas más aburridas
What boring girls!
Qué casa más lujosa
What a luxurious house
Storyboard
On the following slides you’ll see stills from the movie, these are where you can enter your
dialogue. There is space for each character to say something – Remember Be imaginative!!! If
you want a still from the movie I didn’t include, you can pause the movie and press the print
screen button (above insert) This will take a picture of the bit you want. Please write text in pink
for the girl octopus, orange for the boy octopus and blue for the man.
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