Anuncios de Navidad
Main Subject
Key stage
Category:  Languages
This is a digital download product
Published: 07/12/2016
Updated: 09/11/2021
Inside
Includes answers
Resource type
Video
Worksheet
Skills
Reading

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Description

This resource is based on one of the popular Christmas lottery adverts shown in Spain. The advert itself is an animation with no words, making the worksheet tasks more accessible.

The exercises are in Spanish and include daily routine, verbs in the present tense and some Christmas vocabulary. A starter is included, along with speaking and writing activities.

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5

23/11/2020

5

20/03/2020

Not suitable for my true beginners class. Thanks

Julieta Foulkes

16/01/2019

I haven't yet but I have seen the advert and I know it is going to work well... like the rest of the resources from Teachit! Thank you.

Maria Flattery

06/12/2017

5

23/11/2020

5

20/03/2020

Not suitable for my true beginners class. Thanks

Julieta Foulkes

16/01/2019

I haven't yet but I have seen the advert and I know it is going to work well... like the rest of the resources from Teachit! Thank you.

Maria Flattery

06/12/2017

I haven't yet but will be doing with several groups of Adult learners, some of whom have already seen the advert.
Thank you very much for this brilliant resource - I won't feel like we're just killing time, watching a video clip.
All who have seen the advert love it.Do you also have any resources for the advert about the man who didn't buy a ticket?

jayne Dixon

03/12/2017

Hi Lilia, glad you like the resource. The link to the clip is given in the teaching notes on p.3 of the resource. You can find the clip on YouTube by copying this link (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QrG4xikTsPw) or simply searching on YouTube for 'Justino: lotería de Navidad'.

Sheena Newland, Senior Content Lead

30/08/2017

Looks great. How can I get a copy of the anuncio 'Justino'?

Lilia Gallivan

29/08/2017

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