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Spanish greet session

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by jansiva89, Nov 12, 2018.

  1. jansiva89

    jansiva89 New commenter

    Hi, I’m Head of Spanish at a south London prep school. I would like to set up a spanish afternoon for one of my KS3 year groups with their Spanish counterparts at a neighbouring boarding school down the road to get the opportunity to practise their Spanish with native speakers. If this idea was to go ahead, I would just like some advice as to what the outcome of this session would be? Merely the two groups speaking to each other in an unstructured way or if I need to have activities for them to do during their chats?

    Thanks,
    Jan.
     

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