We have just published a new Stage 5 Spanish unit on living a healthy life, which highlights the importance of good health and wellbeing. We have included COVID-19 content to ensure the unit relevant to students' worlds today. It's all available on our Stages 4 and 5 Spanish page.
The Spanish Teachers’ Association of NSW (STANSW) is the association that connects and represents Spanish teachers of NSW.
It is a non-profit organisation run by volunteers. The association is dedicated to strengthening and promoting the teaching and learning of Spanish at all levels of teaching – primary, secondary and tertiary.
It also aims to promote the cultures of the twenty-two countries of which Spanish is the official language.
Memberships are now open for 2021. $30 for full-time teachers and $20 for part-time teachers – if paid before 8 March 2021.
For further information please contact Kati Varela, president of the Spanish Teachers’ Association.
Dr Gianfranco Conti has released 7 new worksheets for Stage 5 level focusing on "Why I like my teacher", including vocabulary building, reading and writing activities – perfect timing!
ACARA has published Spanish work portfolios for Foundation-Year 10. Each portfolio contains annotated student work samples in relation to 3 achievement standards – satisfactory, above satisfactory and below satisfactory. The samples are authentic samples of student work and are available now.
To access the work samples click here.
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