Spanish Pen Pals Made Easy

With Spanish Pen Pals Made Easy writing letters in Spanish has never been easier. The structured ‘fill in the gap’ letter format enables even beginning Spanish learners to communicate effectively in Spanish. The letters cover a wide range of popular topics taught in primary and lower secondary school. They can be used to communicate with Spanish-speaking pen pals, or even to write in Spanish to pupils at the neighbouring school!

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ISBN: Print: 9781905780426; E-book: 9780857471673 Categories: , , , ,

£11.99£17.99 price excluding tax


For the teacher, Spanish Pen Pals Made Easy:
  • Does not require fluency
  • Is time-saving – little or no preparation is required. English translations of the letters are included, as are lists of vocabulary, key grammar points and extension ideas
  • Has inherent cross-curricular links to geography, history and ICT
  • Supplements, consolidates and revises course work. The flexible activities are ideal for use with 7-13 year olds, in Key Stages 2 and 3 who are in their first few years of learning Spanish.
For the pupil, Spanish Pen Pals Made Easy:
  • Is easy to follow
  • Is realistic. The pupil realizes that Spanish can be used for real-life communication and not just in an artificial situation
  • Instills confidence. they can communicate effectively at a basic level
  • Helps to foster positive attitudes towards foreign language learning
  • Facilitates intercultural understanding. The pupil can learn about Spanish culture through a Spanish peer
  • And, of course, it is a fun and wonderful way to make a new friend!

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Weight 0.3 kg



Print: 9781905780426; E-book: 9780857471673

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