How to get top grades in GCSE SPANISH AQA
My name is Mar Herrero, I have worked in London as a Spanish teacher for over 10 years and I am the coordinator of the AQA GCSA SPANISH course developed by Learn Spanish Now. Our goal is not only that our students pass the exam with the highest mark, but that they develop a skill that will be a valuable tool throughout their lives. Making the experience as fun as possible, including cultural content that motivates and brings languages to life: as if they were in any city in Spain or America, but without leaving home.
We have created all the necessary resources to prepare and review all the topics included in the GCSE Spanish program, organizing them in friendly way, with an online teacher who will answer questions via email and keep track of the course and students’ progress and individual tutorials to prepare speaking part of the exam or work with specific grammar questions.
Good news! Many of our activities have free access, so we will help you prepare for the GCSE Spanish exam even if you have not registered for our course. Learn more about our resources:
- Video lessons
- Grammar lessons.
- Interactive online quizzes
- Vocabulary flashcards
- Mini evaluations
- Past papers and specific exam preparation.
GCSE SPANISH GRAMMAR
More than 30 free access grammar units, perfectly explained in English, with numerous examples, videos and hundreds of interactive exercises. From the most basic notions of Spanish grammar to the use of the subjunctive, they compile all the grammar you need to successfully pass the exam.
INTERACTIVE ONLINE QUIZZES
GCSE SPANISH VOCABULARY
This course includes all the vocabulary needed to pass the exam. It is presented in flashcards with audios to become familiar with the pronunciation and games to practice, so you can become easily familiar with all the vocabulary.
The vocabulary is organized in blocks related to the different topics of the exam, is a fundamental tool to successfully carry out all the parts of the exam and one of the skills that are most emphasized during the course. Learn how to use the GCSE Spanish Flashcards and access to some examples.
For our registered students, we have 15 mini-assessments, which will allow the tutor to check the student’s progress and discover in which areas more emphasis is needed.
PAST PAPERS AN ESPECIFIC EXAM PREPARATION
Once all the work units are finished, we will practice new assessments and the skills required using past papers, so that the student becomes familiar with the exam and feels more confident.
GCSE SPANISH TUTORS
All our tutors are highly qualified native Spanish teachers, who are perfectly familiar with the GCSE AQA Spanish program and have experience in online teaching, as well as a good command of the English language.
We will evaluate the real level of each student in an individual tutoring and we will do this for free! The tutor will then prepare a personalized learning plan and constantly monitor the student’s progress, identifying strengths and weaknesses, providing extra resources and explanations when they are needed. He/she will also correct all the writing tasks.
The price for this service is £ 30 per month, or £ 250 for six months. In addition to the services of a personal tutor, this price includes access to the course’s premium resources: vocabulary cards, mini assessments, past papers…
One-on-one tutorials last one hour and are conducted through Zoom or Microsoft Teams. They are designed to practice the speaking tasks of the exam, for which it will be necessary to use the grammar and vocabulary related to the topic, so it will be a general review.
An individual tutorial can also be booked when the student has problems with a specific grammar topic and needs to review it with the help of a tutor.
The price of each lesson is 25 pounds, 220 pounds if a block of 10 is booked.
So that you know us better, now we offer you an online tutorial, and study plan for one month, completely FREE, without the need for registration and without obligation, you just have to leave a message in the comments indicating us or send us a message.
HOW OUR COURSE WORK
GCSE SPANISH AQA TOPICS
Click on the activated links to see or download material samples.
|Section 01 – General Stuff|
|1.2 Time and dates|
|1.4 Being polite|
|Vocabulary section 01|
|Progress assessment 01|
|Section 02 – Me, my family and friends|
|2.1 About Yourself|
|2.2 My family|
|2.3 Describing people|
|Vocabulary section 02|
|Progress assessment 02|
|Section 03 – Free-time activities|
|3.2 Cinema and TV|
|3.4 Eating out|
|3.6 Customs and Festivals|
|Vocabulary section 03|
|Progress assessment 03|
|Section 04 – Social media and global issues|
|4.2 Social media|
|4.3 The problems with social media|
|4.4 Environmental problems|
|4.5 Problems in society|
|4.6 Contributing to society|
|Vocabulary section 04|
|Progress assessment 04|
|Section 05 – Where do you live|
|5.1 Talking about where do you live|
|5.2 The home|
|5.3 What you do at home|
|5.4 Clothes shopping|
|5.5 More shopping|
|5.6 Giving and asking directions|
|Vocabulary section 05|
|Progress assessment 05|
|Section 06 – Lifestyle|
|6.1 Human body|
|6.2 Healthy living|
|6.3 Unhealthy living|
|Vocabulary section 06|
|Progress assessment 06|
|Section 07 – Travel and Tourism|
|7.1 Where to go|
|7.3 Getting ready to go|
|7.4 How to get there|
|7.5 What to do|
|Vocabulary section 07|
|Progress assessment 07|
|Section 08 – Current and future study and employment|
|8.1 School subject|
|8.2 School routine|
|8.3 School life|
|8.4 School pressures|
|8.5 Education after 16|
|8.6 Career choices and ambitions|
|Progress assessment 08|
|Test section 08|
|Section 09 – Grammar|
|9.01 Words for people and objects|
|9.02 “The”, “A”, “some” and other little words|
|9.03 Words to describe things|
|9.04 Words to describe actions|
|9.05 Words to compare actions|
|9.06 Words to say “how much”|
|9.07 I, you, we… subject pronouns|
|9.08 Me, you, them… object pronouns|
|9.09 More pronouns|
|9.11 “Por”, “Para” and the personal “A”|
|9.13 Verbs in the present tense|
|9.14 Irregular verbs in the present tense|
|9.14 “Ser” and “Estar” in the present tense|
|9.15 Talking about the past|
|9.16 Talking about the future|
|9.17 Would, could and should|
|9.18 Reflexive verbs|
|9.19 Verbs with “ing” and “just done”|
|9.20 Negative forms|
|9.21 The passive and impersonal verbs|
|9.22 The subjunctive|
|9.23 Giving orders|