WJEC GCSE Spanish

By: Bethan McHugh , Chris Whittaker


£18.99


Size: 254 x 203mm

Pages : 240

ISBN : 9781785830853

Format: Paperback

Published: September 2016


Crown House Publishing have worked closely with WJEC on a new series of endorsed textbooks for modern foreign languages. This textbook covers the reformed GCSEs for Wales, taught from 2016 and awarded for the first time in 2018. These textbooks, covering the French, German and Spanish GCSE qualifications, have been designed in conjunction with examiners, specification developers and experienced teachers to support learners through the challenges of the new specifications.

They offer engaging and relevant content and provide comprehensive coverage of the WJEC themes and sub-themes, incorporating all of the new exam components, including:

• Literary and authentic texts

• Listening and reading tasks that correspond to the specification requirements

• Role plays, photo cards and conversation questions

• Translation (from and into Spanish)

• Increased focus on grammar including grammar in context sections

• Opportunities for stretch and challenge

The textbook is most effective as a learning resource when used alongside the WJEC GCSE Spanish Teacher Guide (ISBN 9781785830938) and WJEC GCSE Spanish Audio Pack (ISBN 9781785831638). The answers to the exercises in the textbook are given in the teacher guide.

WJEC GCSE Spanish Teacher Guide
WJEC GCSE Spanish Teacher Guide

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Bethan McHugh

Bethan McHugh is an experienced MFL teacher and has held numerous positions of responsibility during her career including head of year, head of Spanish, HE adviser and learning leader. She is currently a senior examiner of MFL GCSEs and a CPD presenter, as well as being an author of assessments and digital resources.


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Chris Whittaker

Chris Whittaker is an experienced teacher of German and French. He has been a head of department and has always sought innovative and engaging ways to improve teaching and learning. He currently runs First for Languages, which delivers a range of services to businesses, individuals, examination boards and schools. He is also a senior examiner for a number of qualifications including GCSE German.


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