With my Year 10 and Year 11 students this year I have found that I've become so consumed with preparing them for their controlled assessments that there just hasn't been enough time to thoroughly go over the tenses. So, in order to prepare my current Year 9 Spanish classes for Year 10 I'm going to spend the last few lessons of the year revising tenses with them. I think I'll group them by ability for these lessons.
I've made a tenses booklet of questions which covers the present, the immediate future, the future, the conditional, the preterite and the imperfect, as well as some of the irregulars.
I plan to give these to my students to complete and will also encourage them to use the Independent Learning Folders. Here's an example of one of the sheets in there.
These sheets explain what the different tenses are and how to form them. The QR codes lead them to websites and games which can help them even more if they still don't understand it, so I need to remember to book the iPads for these lessons. All of these sheets are on TES if you'd like to use them with your own classes.
Once they've finished, I'll then give them the answer sheets so they can check their own work.