Numbers 1-100 A thorough knowledge of numbers is essential to functioning in most aspects of life. Numbers need a lot of practice because you need to be able to process the information quickly and it takes time to build up this speed of recognition. This lesson is devoted to developing your knowledge of, and speed with, the numbers 1-100 in Spanish. You can choose to do your learning online (I have provided links to activities below on this sheet, and on the next sheets too) or working with a partner . You will need to work with a partner to test out your own knowledge during the learning phase (see the challenge sheets). All of this preparation activity will take 50 minutes. In the second lesson, you will be working in teams of 3 to complete some challenges t and activities hat rely on number knowledge and good team work. Number links (NB: there are more links on the following activity pages) 1. EuroTalk (numbers 1-20 only) – access programme via desktop 2. www.vocabexpress.com – you have your own login for this 3. http://quizlet.com/368786/numbers-30-100-flash-cards/ 4. http://quizlet.com/351897/spanish-numbers-0-33-flashcards/ 1. I can recognise numbers 1-20 (written and spoken) NB: the numbers 1-20 are not in order! 20 catorce once dieciocho nueve tres trece cuatro uno veinte quince seis siete dieciseis diecisiete ocho dos doce diecinueve diez cinco a. f. b. g. c. h. d. i. e. j. Challenge achieved – date _______________ Signature of learning partner: _____________ 10 Your learning partner needs to say 10 different numbers to you to see if you can recognise the numbers 1-20 jumbled up. Write the digits in the box above. 1. I can recognise numbers 1-20 (written and spoken) a) Look at the numbers below – read them through to yourself. 1 uno 11 once 2 dos 12 doce 3 tres 13 trece 4 cuatro 14 catorce 5 cinco 15 quince 6 seis 16 dieciseis 7 siete 17 diecisiete 8 ocho 18 dieciocho 9 nueve 19 diecinueve 10 diez 20 veinte b) Turn this sheet over – look at the numbers there and see if you know what they mean. If so, write them in. If not, do c) or d) or e) c) Log on and go to EuroTalk – do the numbers activities d) Log on and Google ‘languages online’ – the web address should begin http://www.languagesonline.org.uk/ – click on Espanol, then Caminos 1 Unidad 1 then do the 4 numbers activities 4,5,6,7 from the list. e) Log on and go to: http://oye.languageskills.co.uk – choose year 7 and then numbers 1-31 section. Go right to the bottom and do the Vocab and Pronunciation activity. NB: if you are ready to see if you can recognise the numbers when spoken, tell your learning partner and s/he will give the short test on this. You can write your answers below (fold the sheet in half so you cannot see the numbers above): 3. I can recognise numbers 1-100 (written and spoken) and I can say the numbers 1-100 with confidence in Spanish. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 un(o) / una dos tres cuatro cinco seis siete ocho nueve diez once doce trece catorce quince dieciséis diecisiete dieciocho diecinueve veinte veintiuno veintidós veintitrés veinticuatro veinticinco veintiséis veintisiete veintiocho veintinueve treinta treinta y uno Task 1: Go to the following link and click on each number to hear it pronounced. Concentrate on 20,30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 first because the numbers in between repeat and are easy to do. http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/sp anish/lj/shopping/money/a3/ 10 diez 100 cien 20 veinte 200 doscientos 30 treinta 300 trescientos 40 cuarenta 400 cuatrocientos 50 cincuenta 500 quinientos 60 sesenta 600 seiscientos 70 setenta 700 setecientos 80 ochenta 800 ochocientos 90 noventa 900 novecientos 1000 - mil 1458 mil cuatrocientos cincuenta y ocho 2000 dos mil 1,000,000 un millón 2,000,000 dos millones 3. I can recognise numbers 1-100 (written and spoken) and I can say the numbers 1-100 with confidence in Spanish. Task 2: Go to this link and read about the number patterns that help you to memorise the numbers. http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/spanish/lj/language_notes/numbers2.shtml Task 3: Go to this link: http://www.languagesonline.org.uk/ click on Español on left menu. Choose Caminos Book 1 Unidad 3 and click where it says numbers 3100. Do activities, 6, 8 and 9. Task 4: Go to this link: http://www.languagesonline.org.uk/ click on Español on left menu. Choose the link Vocabulary and scroll down to Topcs Units and then Los Números. Do all the activities from this menu. Task 5: Go to this link: http://oye.languageskills.co.uk/beginner/year8/12685.html Do all the activities on the menu here to learn the numbers 1-31 A: When you are ready, your learning partner will read out 53 94 23 66 32 15 these numbers in Spanish in a mixed up order. You write down numbers 1-10 to show which order you have heard them in. (Learning partners – do your own version to make sure you can remember the answers!) B: Your learning partner will now read some numbers from the grid below and you shade in the numbers you hear. There will be 5 numbers in total. (Learning partners – keep a record yourselves of the ones you choose!) 25 100 92 74 45 65 67 98 81 44 31 58 29 72 63 19 62 43 47 33 85 75 16 99 Challenge achieved – date ___________________ Signature of learning partner: ______________________

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# Numbers 1-100 activities (independent learning)