Easy to Use Spanish Verb Wheels for GCSE Present, Past (Preterite) and Future Tenses by A.W. Craig, W.M. Craig

Easy to Use Spanish Verb Wheels for GCSE Present, Past (Preterite) and Future Tenses

Written by A.W. Craig, W.M. Craig
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Easy to Use Spanish Verb Wheels for GCSE Present, Past (Preterite) and Future Tenses by A.W. Craig, W.M. Craig

Learningwheels(R) are fun and easy to use and this product has been designed by teachers to help you prepare for your Spanish GCSE and to find correct verb endings and conjugation in a flash. They are an easier alternative to using the dictionary; simply turn the top wheel to find the answers. The reverse of each wheel contains regular verb rules as well as further information to help you learn Spanish. Features include: 30 key irregular verbs on the front - simply turn the wheel to expose the language. All wheels are colour coded so each tense can be clearly identified. Verbs have been ordered alphabetically in English to help you find translations quickly. Each back has colour coded regular verb rules to help you understand them. Each wheel has a laminated card wipe-clean finish. These wheels help you to: Learn about irregular verbs; Learn regular verb rules; Revise; Self-test; Write your Coursework. This Spanish Individual Pack contains: Present, Past (Preterite) and Future tense Learningwheels(R). Learningwheels(R). Turning Learning into Success!


Quotes from Head of Departments of Modern Foreign Languages:

A wheely good idea.A

All feedback was good from my department.A Quote from a Modern Foreign Languages teacher:

Even my bottom set year 9 like them!A

- they all liked using them, especially the boys!A Quotes from year 8 pupils:

The wheels are cool, we did not know our verbs,

We like them, they are fantastic!A Quote from a PGCE MFL student:

It is a brilliant idea, a quick and easy way to find a verb.A

About the Author

Andrew Craig is a Qualified Teacher and has taught languages to children and adults since 1995 and has a Masters Degree in Education. As an experienced teacher he is constantly striving to produce new ideas to help children with differing abilities: learn, practice and develop their understanding of new concepts. He understands that keeping children interested and engaged in their learning is a major priority to help to encourage success. This philosophy is reflected in all the Learningwheels(R) educational resources which he has helped to produce. Wendy Craig is a Qualified Teacher with a First Degree in Three Dimensional Design. She has been teaching since 2007 after a successful career as a Graphic Designer since 1986. All publications she is involved with draw on her artistic and graphic background to support her strong belief that a kinaesthetic and visual approach to learning still has an important role to play in the classroom.

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Publication date

1st April 2008



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