Spanish


Term 1 2021

Prep

Students will:

  • Listen for key words in stories and songs. 
  • Recognise symbols, words and phrases in written Spanish. 
  • Sing songs, play games, dance and explore colours, numbers and simple phrases. 
  • Identify Spanish as one of many languages spoken in Australia and the world.
Year 1

Students will:

  • Use classroom resources to translate the meaning of single words and common expressions
  • Create a personal profile that contains parallel personal information in spanish and English. 
  • Sing songs, play games, dance and explore key words and phrases related to describing themselves and their classroom. 
  • Recognise themselves as belonging to groups eg. my friends, my family, my class
Year 2

Students will:

  • Demonstrate and explain hand gestures, intonation patterns and facial expressions that accompany Spanish words and phrases.
  • Add captions in Spanish and English for a photographic display of a class experience. 
  • Sing songs, play games, dance and explore key words and phrases related to describing themselves and their classroom.
  • Give examples of how different titles are used to address people in different situations
Year 3

Students will:

  • Translate texts in order to collect words and expressions to use when presenting information
  • Compare information about activities and practices across cultures
  • Create a class book
  • Use simple phrases and expressions that reflect cultural practices.
Year 4

Students will:

  • Translate texts in order to collect words and expressions to use when presenting information
  • Compare Spanish expressions used in routine social interactions
  • Survey classmates and present information in various formats. 
  • Identify ways in which the cultures of Spanish speakers influence everyday interactions.
Year 5

Students will:

  • Translate texts in order to collect words and expressions to use in everyday interactions with friends and family
  • Use graphic organisers to compare words and expressions that do not translate easily. 
  • Create a bilingual display showing aspects of Spanish language and Hispanic culture.
  • Reflect on their experiences of using Spanish and identify ways in which learning and using Spanish' may impact on their identity.
Year 6

Students will:

  • Translate texts in order to collect words and expressions to use in everyday interactions with friends and family
  • Use graphic organisers to compare words and expressions that do not translate easily. 
  • Create a bilingual display showing aspects of Spanish language and Hispanic culture.
  • Reflect on their experiences of using Spanish and identify ways in which learning and using Spanish' may impact on their identity.