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¡Y viva l’España!

Victoria Hargreaves
¡Y viva l’España!
On Wednesday 11th March, 32 year 9 Spanish students went to The Stables theatre in Milton Keynes to participate in an interactive Spanish Film Day.
In the morning, students watched a series of short films in Spanish, where they were able to learn how to talk about effects used in film (different camera shots and sound) as well as study vocabulary linked to the films, encouraging them to feedback interactively in Spanish. In the afternoon, students watched a film called Zipi y Zape y el club de la Canica (Zipi and Zape and the marble gang). This was a great opportunity to enjoy some Spanish culture based on popular comic book characters as well as to practise listening out for Spanish vocabulary.

La Leyenda del Espantapájaros – The legend of the scarecrow

La Huida – The Runaway

Bushey Meads Spanish students behaved, as always, in an exemplary manner during the day and it was a pleasure to be able to offer them this opportunity.

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