Spanish 2nd Level
Classroom Talk!
Second Level Significant Aspects of Learning
• Actively take part in daily routine
• Understand and respond to classroom instructions and personal
information from familiar sources
• Listen, join in and respond to a story, song or poem
• Participate in familiar games, paired speaking and short role plays
• Further develop an understanding of, interest in and respect for
other countries, cultures and languages
• Demonstrate an appreciation and understanding of the value of
language learning including skills for life and work
• Take part in simple, paired conversations about themselves, others
and interests of their choice
• Ask for help confidently using learned phrases and familiar language
• Give a short presentation about a familiar topic
• Pronounce words sufficiently accurately so as to make the meaning
clear
• Work with others and make a successful contribution to a group
presentation in English supported by the target languages
Second Level Significant Aspects of
Learning
• Read aloud a simple text
• Read and understand a variety of simple texts
• Make 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
Classroom Talk! Vocabulary
Escucha/Escuchad
Mira/Mirad
Por favor
Listen
Look
Please (for use when pupil is talking to the
teacher, or the teacher is talking to the
whole class)
Haz-haced la fila
Line up
Sí
Yes
No
No
Gracias
Thank you
Siéntate-sentaos
Sit down
Ponte de pié/poneros de pié
Stand up
Levanta la mano/levantad la mano
Put your hands up
Repite/repetid
Repeat
¡ Aquí tienes!
Here you go!
Por favor
Please
He terminado
I’m finished
De nada
You’re welcome
No es problema
No problem
¿Puedo ir al servicio?
Can I go to the toilet?
¡Escuchad
Por favor!
¡Repetid
¡Repiterepetid!
¡Repiterepetid!
¡Repiterepetid!
¡Repiterepetid!
¡Repiterepetid!
Por favor!
¡Mirad
Por favor!
¡Haced la fila!
Sentaos
Levantaos
Levantad la mano
Sí
No
Por favor
¡Aquí tienes!
¡Gracias!
¡De nada!
Gracias
de
nada
¡No es problema!
¡He terminado!
¿Puedo ir al
servicio?
Embedding the language
All this language is designed to be used as part of
everyday classroom practice.
You could do the register with Si and No on some
days (hacemos la lista for the register is in the
Greetings PPT).
For this topic, embedding the language would be
the focus as opposed to the language being taught
as such.
There are example activities however to help
teachers reinforce the language being used.
•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.
¿Qué significa?
Reading activity
•
•
•
Pupils read the word in Spanish and choose from multiple choice options
what it means in English.
Pupils could write the answer on a whiteboard.
The answer is then revealed with image to support understanding.
•I can read and demonstrate understanding of words, signs, phrases and simple texts
containing mainly familiar language.
•MLAN 2-08b
¿Qué Significa?
Leed
Las
instrucciones
A, B o C.
Decidid si es…
¡y escribid la respuesta
correcta!
¡Escuchad!
A: Sit down
B: Listen
C: Repeat
¡Escuchad!
B: Listen
¡Mirad!
A: Line up
B: Repeat
C: Look
¡Mirad!
C: Look
Por favor
A: Please
B: Yes
C: Thank you
Por favor
A: Please
Sentaos
A: Thank you B: Sit down C: Stand up
Sentaos
B: Sit down
¡He terminado!
A: Thank you B: I’ve
finished
C: Stand up
¡He terminado!
A: Thank you B: Sit down C: Stand up
Class signs
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•
•
Writing activity
Pupils use the voacb learned to create a set of class signs for the
classroom.
Pupils can design an image to go on the signs and they can be laminated
to be displayed throughout the year.
As pupils develop their knowledge of classroom vocab these signs can be
developed further.
•I can ask for help confidently using learned phrases and familiar language.
•MLAN 2-04a
Jacobo dice… is Spanish for Simon Says
It works exactly the same way whereby if you say
Jacobo dice (Jack said) at the start of a command then
everyone has to do it. If you just say the command then Listening activity
pupils should stand still. If they do the action, they then
sit down. Sample commands are below:
¡Jacobo dice escucha/escuchad! (pupils can cup hand to
ear)
¡Jacobo dice mira/mirad! (mime searching)
¡Jacobo dice haz /haced la fila! (pupils get into a line)
¡Escucha/escuchad!
¡Mira/mirad!
¡Haz/haced la fila! Sentaos/ Levantaos
•MLAN 2-01bI can listen to and show understanding of familiar instructions and language
from familiar voices and sources.
•MLAN 2-01c
•I take an active part in daily routines, responding to instructions which are accompanied
by gesture and expression.
Dictionary race
Dictionary
Skills!
Teacher says an instruction and pupils race to
find that word in the dictionary. This will teach
pupils about searching for the infinitive of a
word. They read the definition aloud to the
class.
•I can understand how a bilingual dictionary works and use it with support.
•MLAN 2-11a
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.
•I explore the patterns and sounds of language through songs and rhymes and show
understanding and enjoyment by listening, joining in and responding.
•MLAN 2-01a
¡Haced la fila!
(to the tune of farmers in his den)
¡Haced la fila!
¡Haced la fila!
Todos los estudiantes de la
clase,
¡Haced la fila!
¡Haced la fila!
(to the tune of farmers in his den)
¡Haced la fila!
¡Haced la fila!
Todos los estudiantes de la
clase,
¡Haced la fila!
¡He terminado!
He terminado mi trabajo
¡No es problema!
He terminado mi trabajo
¡No es problema!
He terminado mi trabajo
¡No es problema!
He terminado mi trabajo,
¡No es problema!
¡Adiós!
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