Rachel Hawkes

Yr 5 Spanish Summer Term

There is a PowerPoint resource for each lesson. In Yr 5 we anticipate that pupils will have a weekly lesson of between 45 - 60 minutes. Equally important, however, are the few minutes spent every day re-capping the language learnt each week. This is done with the Class 5 teacher. Suggestions for different activities are being added to this Scheme of Work and will appear soon.

Teachers adapt these master copies to suit their classes but ensure that they cover the language and skills as shown on the Scheme of Work. Where other resources are also used, these are listed in the resources column.

Summer Term
Week Objective(s) Language (core content) Resource(s) NC PoS ICU Follow up
To extend the range of language to give levels of like / dislike.
To use gustar / encantar with singular and plural nouns.
Revision of likes / dislikes me gusta/no me gusta - introduce me encanta / odio
Focus on using verbs of opinion with nouns/accurate gender
Lesson 23

Lesson 24
S1(b), S2, G2    
To identify different types of music and give likes / dislikes Different types of music
Giving opinions of different types of music

el reggae, el jazz, el rock, la música hip hop, la música pop, la música clásica, la música folclórica, la música tradicional
En mi opinión (in my opinion)
Pienso que (I think that)
Lesson 25
L1, S1(b)    
To learn the names of some instruments el teclado (keyboard), el piano, el saxófono, el tambor (drum), el cajón (Peruvian drum), la flauta (recorder / flute), la batería (drums), la trompeta (trumpet), la guitarra, la zampoña (Peruvian pan pipes that all school children learn) Lesson 26
L1, R3, L5 Learning about the typical instruments that Peruvian school children learn (instead of the recorder)  
To look up new nouns to check for meaning using an online dictionary Saying what instruments you hear
Identifying Spanish words for instruments
Referring to a dictionary (3)

Lesson 27
L1, R3, L5 Learning about the typical instruments that Peruvian school children learn (instead of the recorder)  
To ask about and say which instrument you play Asking & saying which instrument you play
¿Qué instrumento tocas? (What instrument do you play?
¿Qué instrumento sabes tocar? (What instrument can you play?)
Lesson 28
S1(b), S2,    
To listen and understand (and join in with) the Spanish version of a popular children's song Asking & saying which instrument you play
Song - I am the music man
Lesson 29

Lesson 29 survey
L1, L2, S1(b), S2, R1, R2, R3, R4    
To learn the -AR verb tocar (to play instruments) in the present tense Toco, tocas, toca, tocamos, tocáis, tocan Lesson 30

Lesson 30 cards activity
L1, L2, S1(b), S2, R1, R2, R3, R4    
To learn some new adjectives Learning to give reasons with 'porque'
tranquilo / ruidoso (quiet / noisy)
emocionante / aburrido (exciting / boring)
divertido / serio (fun / serious)
tradicional / moderno (traditional / modern)
Lesson 31

Lesson 31 cards activity
L1, L2, R1, R3    
To use adjectives to give reasons for liking / disliking music or instruments Learning to give reasons with 'porque'
¿Te gusta…? (Do you like?)
¿Por qué te gusta..? (Why do you like..?)
Porque es + adjective (masc. / fem. ending)
Lesson 32
L1, L2, S1(a), S1 (b), S2, S3    
To practise dialogues asking / answers questions about music and instruments Interviews about music Lesson 33

Lesson 33 dominoes activity
L1, L2, S1(a), S1 (b), S2, S3    
11 + 12
To use language learnt for a new purpose Creating own song/rap Lesson 34
W2, W3, R5    
13 + 14
To develop confidence in performance and develop memory skills
To practise evaluating own and others' performances and giving feedback
Performing Lesson 35
S1 (b), S3