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  • Spanish Level 2 Talking about yourself and others

  • Second Level Significant Aspects of Learning Actively take part in daily routineUnderstand and respond to classroom instructions and personal information from familiar sourcesListen, join in and respond to a story, song or poemParticipate in familiar games, paired speaking and short role playsFurther develop an understanding of, interest in and respect for other countries, cultures and languagesDemonstrate an appreciation and understanding of the value of language learning including skills for life and workTake part in simple, paired conversations about themselves, others and interests of their choiceAsk for help confidently using learned phrases and familiar language Give a short presentation about a familiar topicPronounce words sufficiently accurately so as to make the meaning clearWork with others and make a successful contribution to a group presentation in English supported by the target languages

  • Read aloud a simple textRead and understand a variety of simple textsMake comparisons between English and target language (including use of a bi-lingual dictionary with support)Write about themselves and others and check the accuracy of own writing Exchange straightforward information in writing using familiar words and phrases

    Second Level Significant Aspects of Learning

  • VocabularyTalking about yourself and others. At Level 2 there is a progression onto talking about others and self.

    Como te llamas?What are you called? Me llamoI am called...Como se llama?What is his/her name?El se llamaHe is calledElla se llamaShe is calledQuien es?Who is it? Es...It is...Cuantos aos tienes?How old are you? Tengo___aos.I am __ years oldDonde vives?Where do you live?Vivo en Edimburgo.I live in EdinburghEn Escociain Scotland

  • Cmo te llamas?

  • Me llamo

  • Cmo se llama?

  • l se llama Javier

  • Cmo se llama?

  • Ella se llama Mara

  • Quin es?

  • Es Javier!

  • Cuntos aos tienes?

  • Tengo 9 aos

  • Y t?

  • Tengo 10 aos

  • Dnde vives?

  • Vivo en Edimburgo.

  • Vivo en Edimburgo en Escocia.

  • Embedding the language

    You can use age to ask someones age whenever its their birthday. Use both age and where you live when youre doing the register.

    I take an active part in daily routines, responding to instructions which are accompanied by gesture and expression. MLAN 2-01b

  • Sample activities You will find a bank of sample activities which you can use to practise the vocabulary in the classroom.

    This is not a prescriptive list of activities and you can use or adapt them to suit the needs of your class.

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  • In this activity, pupils work in cooperative groups. The whole class should ask the question Como se llama? before each image is revealed. In their team, they agree who it is and write on a mini whiteboard. El se llama or Ella se llama.. followed by the celebritys name. The team must then say their statement. They get one point for saying it correctly and an additional point if it is written correctly.

    I can participate in familiar collaborative activities including games, paired speaking and short role plays. MLAN 2-05b I can use my knowledge about language and pronunciation to ensure that others can understand me when I read aloud or say familiar words, phrases and short texts.MLAN 2-07bI use my knowledge about language and success criteria to help me, and I can check that I have written familiar words and phrases accurately.MLAN 2-14a

    Writing activityListening and talking activityCmo se llama?

  • Parad!Eligid a un amigoConozcamonosEligid a otra parejaSentaos en grupo.

  • Eligid un nombre para el grupo Eligid una accin para el grupo

  • Ella se llama l se llama

  • Mirad las imagenesLevantad la manooElla se llamaEscribid y Decidl se llama

  • Cmo se llama?

  • Ella se llama Queen Elizabeth.

  • Cmo se llama?

  • l se llama David Beckham.

  • Cmo se llama?

  • l se llama Brad Pitt. 2009 by SpreePix MediaIMG- _8313 - Brad Pitt

  • Cmo se llama? 2013 by Melissa Rosehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/98388875@N03/11490119034/

  • Ella se llama Miley Cyrus. 2013 by Melissa Rosehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/98388875@N03/11490119034/

  • Cmo se llama? 2011 SonyMusic

  • l se llama Olly Murs 2011 SonyMusic

  • Cuntos aos tienes?

    In this activity, the whole class ask the question Cuntos aos tienes? At each slide. In groups, each team decides how old they think the child in the image is. If they can answer correctly for the child they get a point for their team.I can participate in familiar collaborative activities including games, paired speaking and short role plays. MLAN 2-05b I can use my knowledge about language and pronunciation to ensure that others can understand me when I read aloud or say familiar words, phrases and short texts.MLAN 2-07bI can take part effectively in prepared conversations by sharing information about myself and others or interests of my choice, using familiar vocabulary and basic language structures.MLAN 2-03b

    Listening and talking activity

  • Cuntos aos tienes?Mirad las fotos y decidid La edad de esta persona es!

  • Cuntos aos tienes?

  • Hola! Tengo cinco aos

  • Cuntos aos tienes?

  • Hola!, Me llamo Andrea. Tengo diez aos.

  • Cuntos aos tienes?

  • Hola. Me llamo Victor.Tengo catorce aos.

  • Cuntos aos tienes?

  • Tengo diecisiete aos! Es mi cumpleaos!

  • Cuntos aos tienes?

  • Hola! Tengo veintidos aos. diecisiete

  • Me llamo.., tengo..Vivo enAs you click on each slide pupils write the number.Pupils listen to the audio file and record the name of the person, their age and where they live.This can be played twice if the pupils need it.At end pupils can peer assess results by listening again.Pupils could then create their own recordings for other pupils to work out.A map is attached to next slide to help pupils with locations in Spain. This could be used to differentiate depending on the ability of the class.Listening activityI use my knowledge about language and success criteria to help me, and I can check that I have written familiar words and phrases accurately.MLAN 2-14aI can listen to and show understanding of familiar instructions and language from familiar voices and sources.MLAN 2-01c

  • Mirad el mapa de Espaa

  • Nmero uno.

  • Nmero dos

  • Nmero tres

  • Nmero cuatro.

  • Nmero cinco.

  • Pasaporte espaolPupils use the voacb learned to create their own Spanish passport.First they choose a Spanish name from a list of boys and girls first names.You can discuss with pupils that Spanish children have 2 surnames, their mothers and their fathers. Pupils then choose 2 surnames (apellidos)Create a passport with Name, age, where they live.Pupils can use this as basis for practised conversation.This Spanish character can be used to develop writing activities in different areas of learning clothes, family etc.

    Writing activityI use my knowledge about language and success criteria to help me, and I can check that I have written familiar words and phrases accurately.MLAN 2-14aI can use familiar language to describe myself and to exchange straightforward information.MLAN 2-13b

  • Pasaporte espaolThis activity can be used an extension to the previous slide. Once pupils have created their Spanish identity they can use a dictionary to look up adjectives to describe their Spanish character.I can understand how a bilingual dictionary works and use it with support.MLAN 2-11aDictionary Skills!

  • Pasaporte espaolOnce pupils have created a Spanish identity they can create a Voki to represent their character. On the voki website pupils can create a voki character and choose the way it looks and sounds. They should write statements their character could say into the dialogue box and the character will speak their words. Click on the link for an example Voki for your class.http://www.voki.com/pickup.php?scid=9958459&height=267&width=200

    www.voki.com

    I use the support of others and access appropriate reference materials of my choice to help me plan my writing in ways that engage my reader, using ICT when appropriate. MLAN 2-12a / MLAN 3-12a / MLAN 4-12aWriting activityICT activity

  • Songs and videos!

    You will find a bank of sample songs and videos which you can use to practise the vocabulary in the classroom.

    This is not a prescriptive list of songs and you can use or adapt them to suit the needs of your class.

    You will find a set of more challenging activities in First Level Days of the Week and Months.

  • De dnde eres t? Cancin!

  • Dnde vives? Online interactive activity

  • Cuntos aos tienes? BBC primary Spanish

  • Cuntos aos tienes? Languages online Australia

  • BBC Spanish Mi vida loca

  • Adis!

    **What is your name?*My name is..Pupils can choose a name for the penguin. *What is his name?*His name is Javier*What is her name?*Her name is Maria. (Ella = eh ya. Double l makes a y sound in Spanish)*Who is it? *It is Javier*How old are you?*Im 9 years old.********In this activity, pupils work in cooperative learning groups to guess the name of the celebrity while practising the new phrases for level 2 l se llama/ ella se llama.Stop, find a friend, do your introductions, choose another pair, sit in a group.

    *Choose a name for your group. Choose an action for your group.*His name is/ Her name isLook at the images, put your hand up and say His name is or Her name isThere are only a couple of examples on here.Game could be continued by pupils drawing a celebrity and pupils say El se llama or Ella se llama.*Her name is Queen ElizabethHer name is Queen ElizabethWhat is his name?El se llama David BeckhamWhat is his name?El se llama David BeckhamWhat is his name?El se llama David BeckhamWhat is his name?El se llama David BeckhamWhat is his name?El se llama David BeckhamWhat is his name?El se llama David BeckhamWhat is his name?El se llama David BeckhamWhat is his name?El se llama David BeckhamLook at the photos, class can ask the question and then try and guess the age of the person ******I am 14 years old.**I am 17 years old. Its my birthday!**Hello I am 22 years old.**Answers: My name is Juan. I am 12 years old. I live in Barcelona. Me llamo Juan. Tengo doce anos. Vivo en Barcelona.*Answers: My name is Julia. I am 11 years old. I live in Santiago. *Answers: My name is Mara-Jos. I am 15 years old. I live in Madrid.*Answers: My name is Francisco. I am 16 years old. I live in Seville.Me llamo Curro. Tengo dieciseis anos. Vivo en Sevilla.*Answers: My name is Laura. I am 17 years old. I live in Santander.***http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bFRTm4J7PMDe donde eres tu means where are you from?*https://hwb.wales.gov.uk/vtcpsa/learn_y4/main.asp?lesson_path=year_4/donde_vives/&lesson_file=donde_vives2.swf&language=engGreat series of activities which are based around people who speak spanish around the world.*This video is Spanish people talking about where they live in Spain. You can choose to show the transcript or translations if you want.http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/spanish/talk/video/bb_rm_where_you_live.shtml?redirect=where_you_live.shtml&lang=en&nbram=1&bbram=1&bgc=C0C0C0&ms3=6&ms_javascript=true&bbcws=2&size=4x3*Please note that this requires you to have done numbers above 10. http://www.education.vic.gov.au/LanguagesOnline/french/sect07/index.htm*http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/spanish/mividaloca/ep01.shtmlThis video series is quite exciting and interactive. Each episode continues the story and looks at a different learning point.Its best to review them before you watch them (you can download the transcript) as sometimes they give you adult options (like choosing a beer) and its good to be aware before it comes up.**