How to use this blog

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Welcome to pancomido! 

Sitting the Junior or Leaving Cert and in a rush? Click here for Junior Cert posts and here for Leaving Cert posts.

Not in a rush? Read on.

This blog is specifically aimed at Junior and Leaving Certificate students of Spanish. I write and maintain it, and am an experienced teacher of Spanish, an experienced oral examiner and have corrected the State Exams at both Leaving Cert and Junior Cert level.  This post sets out how the blog works, especially for those of you new to the blog. If you’re familiar with the blog, scroll down to see what’s new. The newest posts will be directly under this one, back on the home page.

I’m always keen to improve pancomido, and always on the look-out for things to include, so if you have any ideas, please share – whether you’re a student of Spanish, an educator, a parent, or simply vaguely interested in Spanish. New entries are always categorised (the categories can be found in the list on the right – like a menu).On the right-hand side of the home page, there’s a list of the most popular posts – these are posts that people have looked at most often on the website.

On the top right hand side of the home page, there’s a little box that says ¿Quieres más? That means “Do you want more?” If you enter your email there, you can sign up to receive each new post as an email straight to your Inbox. You can always unsubscribe.

At the bottom right hand-side of the page, there’s also a little map where you can see where visitors to the blog are from. I’m happy to say that the blog has visitors from all over the world, not just Dublin!

As you can see, there’s a section with Student Work, which I expand throughout the school year with work done by students currently studying Spanish. If you would like to be a contributor to the blog, talk to me at school or send me an email to khspanish[at]gmail[dot]com

Scroll down or click on the different links to see what’s there under the different categories.

And most importantly, learn a little and have fun doing it!