Friday, 27 March 2015

6th grade March


Vocabulary
Lenguaje clave:
    • a football stadium, a shopping centre, a police station, a post office, a palace, a market, a sports centre, an airport, a campsite, an amusement park
    • last month, last weekend, last week, yesterday, last night
    • stones, a cemetery, a field, a temple, crops, a monster

Lenguaje reciclado:
    • Can we (speak to your grandma)?
    • We’re (looking for a cup).
    • Do you (remember anything about yesterday)?
    • She has got (the cup).
    • horses, gold, clean, mystery, problem, basketball, feet, imagination, king, queen
    • Actividades diarias
    • Adjetivos
    • Lugares
    • Elementos de la naturaleza
    • Comidas
    • Los días de la semana
    • Países

Lenguaje receptivo:
    • How can I help you?
    • Where I live (there is a post office).
    • What would you like for your starter / main course / dessert?
    • police officer, football teams, tent, guards, football cup, local, cup of tea, answer the phone, water activities, drummer, missing, fans, on stage, hometown, tourist attraction, clock tower, Bigfoot, hairy, theories
    • Stonehenge, Loch Ness, crop circles, monument, religious, astronomical, site, report, dinosaur, patterns, mathematical, aliens, tornadoes, mysterious

SAINT PATRICK
Lenguaje clave:

    • St Patrick’s Day, parade, an Irish flag, a shamrock, a leprechaun, fairy (fairies), a pot of gold, Ireland

Lenguaje reciclado
    • symbol, special, celebration, fun, silly, hat, jackets, myth, little, old, good luck, mythical creature
    • Do you know (about St Patrick’s Day)?
    • Colores

Lenguaje receptivo:
    • limerick, public holiday, culture, The Emerald Isle, poem, rain, sun, hair


Grammar
    • I/He/She was/wasn’t (at the football stadium).
    • We were/weren’t (at the football stadium).
    • Were you (at the football stadium)? Yes, I was. / No, I wasn’t. / Yes, we were. / No, we weren’t.
    • Was he/she (at the football stadium)? Yes, he/she was. / No, he/she wasn’t.

SAINT PATRICK'S DAY
    • Happy St Patrick’s Day!
    • It’s (a day of fun).
    • We/I wear (green clothes).


Phonology
    • Comparar y distinguir los sonidos /n/ como en piano y /m/ como en drum.

Wednesday, 11 March 2015

1st grade: March

EASTER


Vocabulary
Lenguaje clave:

    • Happy Easter, Easter Bunny, egg, chick, basket


Lenguaje reciclado
    • Números
    • Colores
    • Hello. I’m… Goodbye
    • What number/colour is it?
    • Can I have… ?
    • Yes, here you are.

Lenguaje receptivo:
    • Let’s listen/sing/number/play/say/point to/match, etc.
    • Find page (number). Open your books at page (number).

Grammar
    • I’ve got an egg/a purple egg.


SPEAKING




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4th grade: March

Houses

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Vocabulary
Lenguaje activo:
    • toilet, desk, armchair, cupboard, sofa, shower, fridge, cooker, fireplace, bookcase
    • fifth floor, fourth floor, third floor, second floor, first floor, ground floor
    • Vocabulario de CLIL: stone, dungeon, suit of armour, sword, hire, tower, fourposter bed, cliff


Lenguaje reciclado:
    • Números (1–100)
    • Rutinas/actividades diarias
    • I can …
    • Can you …?
    • This is … That’s …
Lenguaje receptivo:
    • What do you think?
    • This must be …
    • Let’s sing/listen to/say/rap/read/point to/investigate/look at/talk about …
    • Cut along these lines.
 



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Grammar
    • There’s (a fireplace/an armchair).
    • There isn’t (a desk/an armchair).
    • There are some (armchairs).
    • Is there (a sofa)? Yes, there is. / No, there isn’t.
    • Are there any (cupboards)? Yes, there are. / No, there aren’t.


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Phonology
    • Practicar y distinguir los sonidos /ɑː/ y /eə


 

Science

Ecosystem in a bottle

Tuesday, 10 February 2015

4th grade: February


Vocabulary
Lenguaje activo:
    • canoeing, climbing, rafting, swimming, hiking, camping, cycling, horse-riding, windsurfing, water-skiing
    • cloudy, raining, snowing, sunny, foggy, windy
    • Vocabulario de CLIL: zip-line, gravity, pulley, trainers, gloves, helmet, harness, kite, board, stunt, straps, balance

Lenguaje reciclado:
    • Colores
    • I’ve got (my boots).

Lenguaje receptivo:
    • What’s everyone doing?
    • We/You can (go cycling).
    • Let’s do/talk/look at/listen/say/rap/ play/sing/read/investigate …
    • Where are …?
    • Cut along these lines.
Grammar
    • He’s/She’s (cycling).
    • He/She isn’t (canoeing).
    • Is he/she horse-riding? Yes, he/she is. / No, he/she isn’t.
    • What’s he/she doing?

      Phonology
      • Practicar y distinguir los sonidos /k/ y /s/

1st grade: February


Vocabulary
Lenguaje clave:
    • play football, play basketball, skip, run, dance, fly a kite, sing, paint
    • read a book, play a computer game, swim, play tennis


Lenguaje reciclado:
    • Números 1-20
    • Colores, la familia
    • Hello. I’m… Goodbye
    • Is it… ? Yes, it is./No, it isn’t.
    • What is it/this? It’s…
    • Have you got? I’ve got…


Lenguaje receptivo:
    • Let’s listen/sing/number/play/say/ point to/match, etc.
    • Find page (number). Open your books at page (number).
    • What’s this activity?
Grammar
    • Can you… ? Yes, I can./No, I can’t.
    • I can…
    • It’s (good) exercise. It’s relaxing.

      Phonology
      • Practicar el sonido /s/