Spanish & Portuguese Language Zone

Spanish & Portuguese Language Zone

Vida Hispánica is the Language Zone for teachers of Spanish and Portuguese at all levels and in all sectors, available to ALL members. It includes articles on teaching Spanish and Portuguese, on the two languages and on contemporary Iberia and Latin America. Articles are in English or Spanish. There are also reviews of publications about Spain, Portugal and Latin America and of resources for teaching the languages, plus details of forthcoming events, and regular ‘Noticiario’ sections bringing readers cultural and political news from the Spanish-speaking countries. Contributions submitted to Vida Hispánica are peer reviewed and published online subject to approval by independent referees.

All articles about the teaching and learning of Spanish

A new resource for KS2 Spanish!

¡Mi Madrid! Words: Maria Rodriguez, MFL Coordinator at Scotholme Primary School, Nottingham This free resource uses a range of applications that can be used to enhanced teaching and learning in the classroom. It is an engaging resource and very interactive, following...

Talking the Talk in French, German, Italian and Spanish

Words: Joanna Alexander, The University of Nottingham talking the Talk French, German, Italian and Spanish is a series of books aimed at helping the learner to feel confident in chatting in social situations. Topics covered include: getting to know people, lifestyle...

Cooking with Languages

Words: Evie Byng -   pupil at Tollerton primary school, Nottinghamshire and Rachel Byng - parent and language enthusiast Evie: Hola, soy Evie. Tengo 7 años y me encanta cocinar. I was really excited when I saw the book and had a look through the recipes, there were so...

Upskilling to teach Spanish

Guest blog by Kerry Phipps, MFL French and Spanish teacher and ALL Council member Teaching background After studying French and Art at university, then completing a Masters in French Translation, I became a primary teacher with responsibility for French throughout the...

Early Language Learning: Complexity and Mixed Methods

Words: Lisa Stevens, Primary language teacher and ALL Council member Early Language Learning: Complexity and Mixed Methods, edited by Janet Enever and Eva Lindgren Early Language Learning: Complexity and Mixed Methods is the first in a series of books published by...

Primary school shares online resources

Jesualdo Martínez, Spanish Coordinator, The Premier Academy Cuando hace ya 5 años recalé en The Premier Academy como coordinador y profesor de español mi objetivo fue dotar al departamento de idiomas de todo lo necesario para ofrecer a nuestros alumnos un currículum...

One Third Stories: Ruby Red Riding Hood

Words: Kerry Phipps, primary languages teacher. Title Ruby Red Riding Hood Author Jonny Pyn and Alex Somervell Illustrated by Hannah Hutchings Publisher One Third Stories Ltd, 2017 ISBN 978-0-9956357-6-0 Length 15 pages Price From £12.49 per month One Third Stories is...

Summer Reads

The long and relaxing summer break provides an opportunity to not only unwind with a good book, but to also practise your reading skills, enjoy reading in a different language or simply immerse yourself in another culture.  With this in mind, the Editorial Language...

LeVocab App

Victoria Mitchell, Education Officer, ALL LeVocab is a vocabulary quiz app for beginners to advanced learners in French, German and Spanish. If you want to practise your vocabulary in an easy and fun way then leVocab app is the app to help you do so.  The user...

All articles about the teaching and learning of Portuguese

Reviews – Vida Hispánica, spring 2014

Noelia Alcarazo, Reviews Editor COURSE BOOKS ¡A Debate! Estrategias para la interacción oral. (Libro del Alumno + CD Audio) Javier Muñoz-Basols, Elisa Gironzetti and Yolanda Pérez Edelsa, 2013, 171 pp, £23.95 ISBN 978-84-7711-797-1 ¡A Debate! Estrategias para la...

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