Hoy es miercoles el once de
febrero dos mil quince
Le plan!
1. Vocabulario
2. juegos
Lluvia
El gol! Los numeros entre 1 y 31
Spanish Level 1
Numbers 1 - 31
First Level Significant Aspects of Learning
• Use language in a range of contexts and across learning
• Develop confidence and enthusiasm to communicate using the
language being learnt
• Begin to develop an awareness of other countries, cultures and
languages
• Listen and join in with simple songs, stories and rhymes
• Explore and recognise patterns and sounds of language through
listening, watching and playing
• Understand, respond to and say simple greetings and personal
information (e.g. name)
• Repeat and understand simple familiar language from a familiar
source
• Actively take part in simple daily routine language
• Participate in familiar games including outdoor learning
• Begin to explore resources to support my learning e.g. picture
dictionaries
Numbers 1 - 31
¿Cuánto?
How many?
uno
dos
tres
cuatro
cinco
seis
siete
ocho
nueve
diez
once
doce
trece
catorce
quince
dieciseis
diecisiete
dieciocho
diecinueve
veinte
one
two
three
four
five
six
seven
eight
nine
ten
eleven
twelve
thirteen
fourteen
fifteen
sixteen
seventeen
eighteen
nineteen
twenty
Numbers 1 - 31
veintiuno
veintidos
veintitres
veinticuatro
veinticinco
veintiseis
veintisiete
veintiocho
veintinueve
treinta
treinta y uno
twenty-one
twenty-two
twenty-three
twenty-four
twenty-five
twenty-six
twenty-seven
twenty-eight
twenty-nine
thirty
thirty-one
¿Cuánto?
uno
dos
tres
cuatro
cinco
seis
siete
ocho
nueve
diez
once
doce
trece
catorce
quince
dieciseis
diecisiete
dieciocho
diecinueve
veinte
¿Quieren aprender los numeros con
nosotros?
¿Quiero aprender mas?
Do you want to learn more?
Contemos
Let’s count
Listos?
Ready
Muy bien trabajo!
Very good work!
veintiuno
veintidos
veintitres
veinticuatro
veinticinco
veintiseis
veintisiete
veintiocho
veintinueve
treinta
treinta y uno
Embedding the language
You can use numbers to count things throughout
your lessons.
Cuantos challenge!
Every time the teacher calls, “¿cúantos?” the
pupils have to count whatever they have in front
of them and then say it in Spanish.
Once you have learnt the days of the week and
the months, you can use the numbers for dates
at the start of every day.
I have explored numbers, understanding that they represent quantities, and I can use
them to count, create sequences and describe order.
MNU 0-02a
1 – 20 counting rhyme
¡Esconde, esconde, cuenta, cuenta!
1. Esconde, esconde, cuenta, cuenta means hide hide
count count in Spanish. The teacher has an object which
will then be hidden somewhere in the class. A teddy for
example.
2. One pupil leaves the class and another pupil hides the
object somewhere in the room.
3. The pupil who was outside now comes back in and must
find the hidden object whilst the rest of the class count in
Spanish, getting louder as they get nearer to the object
and quieter as they get further away (like hot and cold).
4. You can get them to count to whichever number you are
working up to (e.g. 20) and then repeat it twice to give
I havethem
explored
numbers,
understanding
enough
time
to look.that they represent quantities, and I can
use them to count, create sequences and describe order.
MNU 0-02a
Esconde, esconde,
cuenta, cuenta
Una persona
sale de la clase
Una persona esconde
el juguete
Esconde, esconde,
cuenta, cuenta
La persona
vuelve a la
clase…
¡Y busca el
juguete!
Contamos
FUERTE
Contamos suave
si la persona
está cerca del
juguete.
si la persona
está lejos del
juguete.
Round class counting
1. Give everyone in the class a number from 1 – 31 (or however high
you are counting to at the time). You can double up numbers if
this doesn’t work out with the number of pupils in the class.
2. Ask them to each write their number (as a number) on a sheet of
paper in front of them.
3. Now go round the class with each pupil standing and shouting out
their individual number as you count up.
4. Once they get become more confident, you can time them doing
this around the class and see if they can beat their own time.
5. Shuffle pupils around so that they are in a different seat but with
the same numbers and repeat the activity.
6. Shuffle pupils again so that they get a new number.
7. This activity could be done in a circle to make it easier to organise.
¡Once!
1. Pupils stand in a circle
2. They will then count to 11 with each person saying either
1, 2 or 3 numbers e.g. Sophie 1, 2 – Tom – 3,4,5 – Danny –
6, 7 etc.
3. Whoever lands on the number 11 is then out and sits
down.
4. The winner is the last person standing.
Haced un
circolo en el
centro de la
clase
¡Once!
Contad uno, dos
o tres números
Por ejemplo…
Persona a: 1, 2
Persona b: 3,4,5
Persona c: 6
La persona que
diga, “11” está
eliminada!
¡La última
persona gana!
El mago
Reading activity
In this trick “el mago” pupils need to listen to simple
instructions for a maths calculation in Spanish.
Each pupils chooses his/her own starting number
lower than ten.
Magically, everyone ends up with the same answer…
•I can read and demonstrate understanding of words, signs, phrases and
simple texts containing mainly familiar language.
•MLAN 2-08b
El mago
Pensad en un número de
CERO(0) a DIEZ (10).
SSSSSH!
El número es un
secreto…
guardadlo!
El mago
Doblad el número
El mago
Sumad seis más
El mago
Dividid el número por 2.
El mago
Menos el número secreto
El mago
Y la repuesta es…
El numero
tres
¿Cuántos hay?
1. Teacher shows the following pictures and pupils have to count
them up and say how many there are.
2. Each time teacher asks the class – ¿Cuántos hay? (how many are
there?). As you move through the images, get the class to join in
with the question.
3. Following on from this you can do a paired/group activity with
different objects on each table.
4. Pupils ask their partners/groups to cerrad los ojos (close your eyes)
and they take away or add objects to those in the centre.
5. They then ask their partner/group to abrid los ojos (open your
eyes) and ask the question, ¿Cuántos hay?
6. They then answer hay ___ and how ever many there are.
¿Cuántos hay?
¿Cuántos hay?
¿Cuántos hay?
¿Cuántos hay?
¿Cuántos hay?
¿Cuántos hay?
¡Lotería!
Dibujad seis
cajas
12
6
5
4
20
1
Escoged y escribid seis
números entre 1 y 20.
¡Lotería!
Dibujad seis
cajas
12
16
15
14
20
11
Escoged y escribid seis
números entre 10 y 20.
¡Lotería!
Dibujad seis
cajas
12
6
5
4
20
1
Escoged y escribid seis
números entre 10 y 31.
¿Cuántos objetos hay?
Hay…objetos.
Cierra los ojos
Abra los ojos
¿Cuántos objetos hay?
Hay…objetos.
Chinese dice game!
¡Te toca a tí!
¡Mi toca a mí!
¡Uno, dos, tres!
¡Cuenta!
Yo gano! /tu ganas / (Paul) gana!
Large numbers
cuarenta
cuarenta y uno
Cincuenta
Cincuenta y uno
Sesenta
Sesenta y uno
Setenta
Setenta y uno
Ochenta
Noventa
Cien
Doscientos
Quinientos
Setesientos
Novecientos
Mil
forty
forty-one
fifty
fifty-one
Sixty
Sixty-one
Seventy
Seventy-one
Eighty
Ninety
One Hundred
two hundred
500
700
900
1000
¿Cómo se dice…?
Ochenta y dos
¿Cómo se dice…?
Setenta y dos
¿Cómo se dice…?
Sesenta y cinco
¿Cómo se dice…?
Noventa y tres
¿Cómo se dice…?
¿Cómo se dice…?
Cuarenta y cuatro
¿Cómo se dice…?
Cincuenta y uno
Cien
The object: to be the first to score 100 points or more.
How to play: Players take turns rolling two dice and following these rules:
1. On a turn, a player may roll the dice as many times as he or she wants,
mentally keeping a running total of the sums that come up. When the player
stops rolling, he or she records the total and writes it in Spanish and adds
it to the scores from previous rounds.
2. But, if a 1 comes up on one of the dice before the player decides to stop
rolling, the player scores 0 for that round and it's the next player's turn.
3. Even worse, if a 1 comes up on both dice, not only does the turn end, but
the player's entire accumulated total returns to 0.
•I can participate in familiar collaborative activities including games, paired speaking and
short role plays.
•MLAN 2-05b
¿Cómo se escribe?
Se escribe…
Songs!
You will find a bank of sample songs which you can use to
practice 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.
ICT Resources online
You will find a bank of sample ICT activities which you can use to
practice 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.
You will find a set of more supported activities in Early Feelings
and more challenging activities in Level 2 Feelings.
Each of the slides contains an image of the website page. If you
click on the image it will take you to the page. Alternatively you
can use a link address which you will find in the slide notes.
Languages Online
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