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Hoy es lunes el treinta de marzo. Le plan! Vocabulario juego Escuchar Escribir. Lluvia. El gol! Los colores. Colours. Spanish First Level. Use language in a range of contexts and across learning

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Hoy es lunes el treinta de marzo.

Le plan!

Vocabulario

juego

Escuchar

Escribir

Lluvia

El gol! Los colores


Colours

Spanish First Level


  • Use language in a range of contexts and across learning

  • Continue to develop confidence and enthusiasm to communicate using the language being learnt

  • Develop an awareness and understanding of patterns and sounds of language

  • Begin to develop an understanding of, interest in and respect for other countries, cultures and languages

  • Appreciate and understand the value of language learning

  • Recognise familiar written words when listening

  • Explore how gesture, expression and emphasis are used to help understanding.

  • Listen, recognise and respond to familiar voices in short, predictable conversations

  • Understand and respond to familiar spoken vocabulary

  • Actively take part in daily routines

  • Listen and join in with stories, song or poem

  • Enjoy engaging with simple and familiar texts on my own and with others using resources to support learning

  • Participate in familiar games, paired speaking and short role plays

  • Take part in simple, paired conversations about themselves giving simple opinions and asking simple questions

First Level Significant Aspects of Learning


Colours

Aim to teach at least 5 of the colours at Early Level initially and build up as pupils progress towards 1st.

De qué color es? What colour is it?

Es It is

azulblue

blancowhite

rojored

verde green

amarilloyellow

rosa pink

negroblack

gris grey

violetapurple

marrón brown

Qué color te gusta?Do you like blue?

Me encanta el… I love

Me gusta el… I like

No me gusta el…I don’t like

Odio el…I hate

Vocabulary


For Early/First Level, start with about 5 only and work your way up to all the colours!


Introducing vocabulary

You can try this as an alternative to introducing vocabulary.

Make colour cards for and give each group/pair a set.

Ask them to listen to the colour and look at the word and then hold up the colour they think it is.


Escuchad y mirad los colores en español…


Escoged

el color


azul


naranja


violeta


blanco


rojo


verde


rosa


gris


negro


marrón


amarillo


¿De qué color es?


Es azul


Es blanco


Es rojo


Es verde


Es amarillo


Es rosa


Es negro


Es naranja


Es gris


Es violeta


Es marrón


Embedding the language tip

Use Spanish colours for cooperative groups – les rouges, les bleus etc.

Ask pupils “¿De qué color es?” when reading stories, creating art work etc.


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.


¿De qué color es?


Es verde!


Es rojo


Es amarillo


Es marrón


Es negro


Es azul


Es rosa


Es violeta


Es blanco


Brain Training – Los Colores


Brain Training!

Challenge: say the colour that the word is written in, and not the word itself!


rojo


negro


verde


rosa


gris


azul


amarillo


marrón


azul


naranja


rojo


blanco


verde


rojo


amarillo


blanc

negro


amarillo


marrón


azul


verde


blanco


gris


rojo


naranja


rojo


violeta


azul


amarillo


negro


blanco


gris


rojo


violeta


Traedme…

  • For this activity, put pupils into rainbow groups by giving each pupil a card which is either blue, red, green or yellow and asking them to form a group with 4 colours. They can also say their colour as they are moving around the class.

  • Ask them to introduce themselves using Buenos días etc.

  • Then teacher asks a different colour each time to bring them an object of a colour. E.g. La persona roja, traedme un objeto azul!


Traedme

  • Traedme un objeto means “Bring me an object”

  • Pupils work in teams/cooperative groups

  • Teacher calls out “Traedme un objeto” and adds a colour onto the end e.g. Traedme un objeto azul

  • The pupils must race to give the teacher something that colour.

  • You can ask pupils to then say what colour it is e.g. Es rojo.

  • Pupils can also then take a turn of asking others to “Traedme un objeto….!”


Los grupos del arco iris


Saludos en grupo.

Buenos días

¿Qué tal?

Me llamo…

Mi color favorito es el….


Traedme un objeto de color….


¿Qué hace falta?

  • ¿Qué hace falta? means what’s missing?

  • Pupils look at the colours on the following slides, close their eyes, teacher moves the slide on and one colour will disappear. Pupils then open their eyes and have to say which colour is missing.

  • You can then get pupils to do the same activity in their groups.


Cerrad los ojos.

Mirad los colores.

Abrid los ojos.

¿Qué hace falta?


¡Si, es el azul!


¡Si, es el rosa!


¡Si, es el rojo!


¡Si, es el naranja!


¡Si, es el negro!


Si, es el verde!


¡Si, es el blanco!


¡Si, es el violeta!


¡Si, es el marrón!


¡Si, es el gris!


¡Ahora tú!


Pon la tarjeta en el centro de la mesa


Tres personas cierran los ojos


Una persona toma una tarjeta


¡abrid los ojos!


¿Que hace falta?


Pon las tarjetas en el centro de la mesa


Escuchad los colores…


¡Golpea el color sobre la mesa!


¿Qué color te gusta?

Asking the class their opinions on colours.

Finish the sentence on each slide.

You can play this as corners by putting up opinions in corners of the room and then asking pupils to move to an area of the room which matches their opinion of that colour.


¿Qué color te gusta?


¿Te gusta el azul?


Me encanta el azul!


Me gusta el amarillo.


No me gusta el rosa.


¡Odio el naranja!


¿Te gusta…?

Me encanta

Me gusta

No me gusta

Odio


¿Te gusta…?

Me encanta

Me gusta

No me gusta

Odio


¿Te gusta…?

Me encanta

Me gusta

No me gusta

Odio


¿Te gusta…?

Me encanta

Me gusta

No me gusta

Odio


¿Te gusta…?

Me encanta

Me gusta

No me gusta

Odio


¿Te gusta…?

Me encanta

Me gusta

No me gusta

Odio


¿Te gusta…?

Me encanta

Me gusta

No me gusta

Odio


¿Te gusta…?

Me encanta

Me gusta

No me gusta

Odio


¿Te gusta…?

Me encanta

Me gusta

No me gusta

Odio


¿Te gusta…?

Me encanta

Me gusta

No me gusta

odio


¿Te gusta…?

Me encanta

Me gusta

No me gusta

odio


Class colour survey

  • Pupils can practice asking ¿Tegusta… …+ a colour? by surveying each other around the class. This can then be linked to creating a graph, tally marks etc.

    ¿Quécolortegusta…? Means which colour do you like? And could be used as a title for a graph.

    ¿A cuántas personas les gusta el amarillo? = How many people like yellow


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 supported activities in Early Feelings and more challenging activities in Level 2 Feelings.


Arc en ciel


Rojoy amarillo y rosa y verde,

naranja, violeta y azul.

Conozco los colores,

Todos los colores

De mi arco iris


y

y

y

y

y

Conozco los colores,

Todos los colores

De mi


¡Colores cancion!


ICT Resources online

You will find a bank of sample ICT 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.

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.


Juego de colores


¡Adiós!


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