KS2 Spanish 2021
Y5 and Y6 Spanish
This is a new primary scheme of work and resources created for Cam Trust schools, and available for any other teachers to download, adapt and use.
The lesson materials were created by Paula Vázquez-Valero, Spanish teacher and SLE at Comberton Village College and me.
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Artwork is by Steve Clarke. All additional pictures selected are available under a Creative Commons license, no attribution required.
I will eventually include here the SOW document (Excel) and other support material. (We will have SOW, primary languages policy doc, and a language guide booklet).
The overall curriculum plan for KS2 Spanish has the following design:
- Time allocation (realistic yet optimal)
- 60 minutes per week in total
- a 30-minute lesson
- five mini follow ups (4 of 5 minutes, 1 of 10 minutes)
- The three strands
- phonics and grammar repeat in Y3 & 4 and then again in Y5 & 6
- vocabulary varies (so that lessons themselves are different)
- Structure (4-year consecutive or 2-year rolling)
- the repetition of phonics and grammar content together with the variation in vocabulary makes it possible for the years Rojo and Amarillo to be completed in either order, and the same for Azul and Verde
Here is a termly overview of the contexts for learning, the phonics, vocabulary and structures we teach. Follow the term links (Autumn, Spring, Summer) to get to the lesson resources.
Links will become 'live' as the materials become available.
Note: The previous KS2 Spanish SOW and resources will remain on the site.
Half-term 1: Describing me and others
Half-term 2: Saying what I and others have
Phonics: the SSC (sound-symbol correspondences) revisited this term are: [a] [o] [e] [u] [i] [ca] [co] [co] [ce] [ci] [ch] [z]. Strong (a,e,o) and weak (u,i) vowel combinations are introduced.
Vocabulary: adjectives to describe mood today and character generally, days of the week, months of the year, numbers 13-31, dates, interrogatives quién, qué, cuándo, cuál, cuántos/cuántas, nouns and adjectives for places, festivals, physical description
Grammar: estar (plural) for location & temporary state, ser (plural) for permanent traits & origin, plural adjective endings (for adjectives ending in -o, -a, -e, -z, -l, -s), hay, tener, singular indefinite articles (un, una), post-nominal adjectives, intonation questions, WH-questions with quién, qué, cuándo, cuál, cuántos/cuántas, negation with no
Half-term 1: Saying what I and others do
Half-term 2: Saying where you are going and what there is there
Phonics: the SSC (sound-symbol correspondences) revisited this term are: [l] [ll] [ga] [go] [gu] [que] [qui] [n] [ñ] [v] [b] [r] [rr] [h]. In addition, syllable stress patterns are introduced.
Vocabulary: verbs and nouns to describe a range of activities, countries, traditions, school, free time, physical geography
Grammar: -AR and -ER present tense (plural), singular definite articles (el, la), intonation questions, hay, negation with no, verb IR (singular), contractions del, al
Half-term 1: Saying what activities I and others do
Half-term 2: Saying what I and others like/dislike, want and have to do
Phonics: the SSC (sound-symbol correspondences) revisited this term are: [ge] [gi] [j] [gue] [gui]. In addition, the use of accents is practised.
Vocabulary: words for describing activities, places in town, weather, sport, instruments, things countries are famous for
Grammar: hacer (singular/plural), jugar (singular/plural), two-verb structures - amar|odiar, querer | deber | poder (singular) + infinitive, revisit intonation and WH- questions
When you click on Autumn, Spring, Summer you will get to separate pages, each with the layout of the SOW for that term (like the current page but with different column design).