Here it is! Recognising tenses – a last-minute approach is part of the course GCSE Spanish vocab part 3 by Nick Verney of Standish Community High School.
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Here is why Nick won
The judges were by no means unanimous; each of the entries seems to have caught someone’s fancy. But Nick scored highly with three of the four judges. A couple of their comments give a flavour:
clever to use the “whiteboard” picture of terms as a location exercise – simple, effective, and introduced colour and variety into what could have been a dull question.
Very clear. Variety of question types to keep interest. Felt I learned loads (and I’m a linguist!). Especially liked the use of the “location” type to locate a word.
The judging panel
Huge thanks for the hard work and difficult decision-making to:
- Dawn Cox, Orwell High School, Suffolk.
- Katharine Wright, Colonel Frank Seely School, Notts.
- Mark Ricketts, St. Luke’s C of E School, Portsmouth.
- Martin Molloy, St. Paul’s School, Milton Kenyes.
The full list of entrants
You can view (and use!) all 11 entries here.
This was the original competition brief. Which is your favourite, and why?