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Gwyliau / Holidays - Blwyddyn 6
Gweithgaredd ffocws/ Focused activity – Booking a holiday at the travel agency. Set up and facilitate a
Siop Wyliau (Holiday shop/ Travel agent’s)
• Prepare a weather presentation using IT to show
maps and symbols. Talk about yesterday’s and
today’s weather and compare some places
• Chwarae rôl e.g. Travel agency/ hair dresser
discussing where they would like to go. Ble rwyt ti
eisiau mynd? Pam? Ydy…yn bell/ ddrud?
• Sgwrs (Conversation between 2 friends / 2 holiday
makers by the pool side/ 2 pupils at the shop in
Llangrannog). Express views about their holiday,
opinions and feelings, likes, dislikes, needs and
explain why
• Pupils to present information on an area of Wales
or a holiday with a particular theme, e.g. adventure,
wildlife, to the class – in groups
• Talk about themselves in the past – ask and
answer questions about holidays
• Read their own work and the work of others
• Examples of books:
Sgiliau 1. Observe and listen carefully, responding orally, in
written work and non-verbally 2. Respond by asking questions and offering
comments 3. Communicate clearly and confidently and use intelligible
pronunciation and intonation when speaking Welsh 4. Respond courteously
and begin to establish relationship when conversing 5. Reinforce Welsh
syntax by using accurately a variety of vocabulary, phrases, questions,
sentence patterns. 6. Use language accurately and clearly and use words and
patterns that are suitable for the situation e.g. the correct use of ‘ti’ and ‘chi’
and consider and promote the accuracy of the language when speaking by: a.
using verb forms, b. forming negative sentences, c. using prepositions, d.
using mutations, e. differentiating between similar words 7. Evaluate own
oracy and that of others and consider ways of improving
Ystod1. See and hear different people talking including people with different
dialects2. Experience a variety of audio, audio-visual, electronic, visual and
written stimuli3. Communicate for a variety of purposes including: asking,
questions and offering simple comments, giving and following sets of simple
instructions, presenting personal and imaginative experiences and
straightforward factual information, expressing opinions and offering a brief
explanation, reporting back using notes
4. Work independently, in pairs, in groups and as a member of the class 5. Use
a variety of methods to present ideas including ICT e.g. drama techniques
simulations, holding a discussion 6. Converse with a variety of audiences 7.
Increase their confidence in language use by drawing on their knowledge of
Welsh, English and other languages
Sgiliau 1. use various strategies, e.g. phonics, word recognition, as required in
order to develop as readers
2. read their own work and the work of others: Confidently, meaningfully, With
3. use different strategies to establish meaning and gather information in texts
including: Skimming, scanning, reading in detail, predicting, Using context and
knowledge of language
4. identify the characteristics of different genres in terms of organization,
structure and presentation and differentiate between fact and opinionYstod
1. develop as enthusiastic, independent and reflective readers2. read in a
variety of situations including reading: With support, independently, in pairs,
in a group, aloud, and listen whilst following the print
5. experience a variety of texts and forms including: traditional and
contemporary poetry and prose, including some material written specifically for
learners, material which is challenging, material that broadens horizons and
expands the mind, material that presents information and reference material
including media texts and computer material, extracts and complete texts,
material with a variety of structural features
Gwyliau (Nici a cris)
Gwyliau yn Sbaen (Babs a Benja)
Tan yn Eryri (Troeon)
O, Mae hi’n boeth/ Mae hi’n oer (Awen)
• Confirm and check a catalogue order by
reading it out loud to a friend
• NGfL Gwyliau/ Chwaraeon a Hamdden
• Read information from Gwersyll yr Urdd
Llangrannog website and create a holiday
brochure to persuade pupils to visit the camp
• Listen to, read and sing a Welsh folk song
• Write a weather report
• E-bost (Email) - make links with
Llangrannog and other schools who
willvisit or have visited
• Cerdyn post (Postcard – present and
past tense). If pupils go away on holiday,
encourage them to send a postcard,
written in Welsh to the class)
• Llythyr at ffrind (Letter to a friend or Bore
Da magazine)
Linked with the above information (Cerdyn
Post), transfer into a letter, using full
Sgilia u1. use characteristics of chosen forms, adapting their style to the
audience and purpose2. Link sentences and clauses in an intelligible and
coherent manner; use various Welsh constructions and use paragraphs
3. use punctuation to convey the appropriate meaning, including:
• commas, full stops, questions marks, quotation marks, exclamation marks,
apostrophes, circumflexes, bullet points 4. choose and use appropriate
vocabulary, develop language that is both refined and robust, and use it to
create effects5. promote accuracy by: using verb forms, forming negative
sentences, using prepositions, using mutations, using the gender of nouns,
differentiating between similar words, differentiating between ‘I’, ‘u’ and ‘y’,
Avoiding the unnecessary use of English words, phrases and patterns and
those of an English nature 6. use a range of strategies which enables them to
spell correctly; check spelling by using various methods, including ICT 7. use
appropriate vocabulary and terminology when considering and evaluating their
own work and the work of others 8. draft and improve their own work, using
ICT as required, in order to: prepare and plan, draft and redraft the content
and language, proof-read, prepare a final copy9. present their work
appropriately by: developing legible handwriting in accordance with
convention, using appropriate presentation and layout, including ICT.
1. write for a variety of purposes including: to entertain, to present information,
to express opinion, to convey feelings and ideas. 2. write for a variety of both
real and imaginary audiences, e.g. oneself, fellow-pupils, younger learners,
teachers, family and friends 3. write a variety of forms, e.g. stories, poems,
scripts, leaflets, posters, advertisements, reports, diaries, notes, electronic
texts, portrayals, instructions, questionnaires, reviews, articles, speeches 4.
write in response to a variety of audio, visual and audio-visual stimuli, e.g.
stories, poems, their interests, their activities and experiences in the classroom
and elsewhere, a television programme, a statue.
Patrymau Iaith (Language Patterns)
Chwarae rôl (Role play)
Cyfarchion e.e Croeso nôl i Gymru, bore da, dewch
i mewn, eisteddwch,diolch yn fawr, da bo chi, hwyl
1st person
Beth ydy dy enw di? ….ydy fy enw i
Sut wyr ti? Dwi’n iawn diolch/ wedi blino tipyn bach
Ble est ti yn ystod y gwyliau/gwyliau hâf? Es i i …
Gyda pwy est ti? Es i gyda.. fy nheulu/ ffrindiau
Sut est ti? Es i mewn awyren/ ar y fferi/ yn y car
Pryd est ti? Es i yn ystod gwyliau’r haf / dros y
nadolig / dros y pasg/ wythnos ddiwetha/ y llynedd
Am faint est ti? Es i am…wythnos/ bythefnos/
benwythnos/ fis
Sut oedd y tywydd? Roedd hi’n boeth iawn yn y
dydd ond yn oer yn y nos/ Roedd hi’n bwrw glaw
bob dydd - diflas!
Beth wnest ti? Es i i’r ffair/ Ens i ar gwch/ i bysgota/
i nofio/ i lan y môr/ i ddringo/ i seiclo
Gwelais i../ Bwytais i…/ Chwaraeais i…/ Torheulais
i/ Dawnsiais i yn y disgo
Ble rwyt ti eisiau mynd? Dw i eisiau mynd i….
mae’n grêt yn…../ mae’n ddiddorol gweld…/ mae’r
bwyd yn flasus iawn yn….
Ydy hi’n ddrud yn…? Ydy….yn bell? Oes.. disgo/
pwll nofio/ siop/ clwb plant yn y gwesty?
Ble wyt ti eisiau aros? Dw i eisiau aros.. mewn
gwesty pum seren/ carafan/ pabell/ bwthyn/ gwely a
3rd person
Ble mae e’n /hi’n mynd? Ma e’n/ hi’n mynd i…
Am faint? Gyda phwy? Sut mae e’n/ hi’n mynd?
Ydy e’n/ hi’n hoffi/ mwynhau/ dwlu ar/ gallu…Mae
e’n/ hi’n hoffi…..dwlu ar…
Dydy e/ hi ddim yn mwynhau…achos..mae’n
ddiflas/ ddrud/ bell/ brysur iawn
Gwyliau - Blwyddyn 6
Helpwr Heddiw
Helpwr Heddiw (HH) should be
used daily, consistently and
progressively throughout the
school. Refer to HH guidance.
Revise - greetings/ personal
information daily. (See HH
booklets on wiki)
Gweithgareddau ychwanegol
(Additional activities)
Gêm gysylltu – (Connection game) –
Helpwr Heddiw says a country the and
pupils must make a link. yn Gymraeg
e.e Cymru (Cymraeg)America (Byrger)
Yr Eidal (Pitsa) Awstria (Sgio)
Taflen wyliau (Holiday Brouchure –
Design a holiday brochure and quote a
paragraph from Trip Advisor in the past
Gêm – (Beth sydd yn y cês dillad? What’s in the suitcase?) Oes siorts yn y
cês? Oes sbectol yn y cês? / Oes,
mae…yn y cês / Nag oes, does dim…yn
y cês
Write a poem using ‘Sgram’Ffotograffau gwyliau gan Zac Davies
(page 60, 61) as a prompt to use the 3rd
Match questions with correct answers
(1st and 3rd person)
Geirfa (Vocabulary)
Dillad (clothes)
siorts,crys-t, sandalau,sbectol haul,
gwisg nofio, ffrog, sgert, gwregys,
gemwaith (jewllery), trowsus, siwmper,
welis, crys-t, cot, het, esgidiau, sanau
Rhannau’r corff (body parts)
llygaid, bola, coesau, breichiau,
gwallt, trwyn, ceg, cefn, ysgwyddau,
bochau, clustiau, traed, dwylo
Ansoddeiriau (adjectives)
tal, byr, tenau, tew, hapus, trist,
doniol, golygus, pert, talentog, diflas,
bach, mawr, siaradus, tawel, iachus,
diog, syth, pigog, prydferth,
Diddordebau (interests)
torheulo, cerddded, bwyta allan, siopa,
hwylio, pysgota, syrffio, marchogaeth,
canwio, seiclo, beicio mynydd,
chwarae golff/ tenis/ pêl-droed / pêlfoli/ pêl-fâs
Sialens (Challenge)
Helpwr Heddiw to read the details on the
passport and the remainder of the class/
group to guess about whom he/ she is
reading before showing the photograph (a
little information only can be provided in
order to encourage the pupils to listen and
Patrymau Iaith/ Language Patterns (Gwyliau)
Cyfarchion (Greetings): Croeso nôl i Gymru/ Bore da/ Dewch i mewn/ Diolch yn fawr/ Croeso/ Hwyl fawr/ Da bo chi
Beth ydy dy enw di? ……ydw i
What is your name? My name is…....
Sut wyt ti? Dw i’n iawn diolch/ wedi blino tipyn bach
How are you? I’m okay thanks/ a little bit tired
Ble est ti yn ystod y gwyliau? Es i i……
Where did you go during the holidays? I went to……
Gyda phwy est ti? Es i gyda…… fy nheulu/ ffrindiau
Who did you go with? I went with……. my family/ friends
Sut est ti? Es i mewn awyren/ ar y fferi/ yn y car
How did you go? I went in a plane/ on the ferry/ in the car
Pryd est ti? Es i yn ystod y gwyliau/ dros y Nadolig/ wythnos
When did you go? I went during the holidays/ over Christmas/ last week
Am faint est ti? Es i am wythnos/ bythefnos/ benwythnos/ fis
For how long did you go? I went for a week/ fortnight/ weekend/ month
Sut oedd y tywydd? Roedd hi’n boeth iawn yn y dydd ond yn oer yn y
nos/ Roedd hi’n bwrw glaw bob dydd – diflas!
How was the weather? It was very hot in the day but cold at night/ It
was raining every day – miserable!
Beth wnest ti? Es i i’r ffair/ ar gwch/ i bysgota/ i nofio/ i lan y
môr/ i ddringo/ i seiclo
What did you do? I went to the fair/ on a boat/ fishing/ swimming/ to
the seaside/ climbing/ cycling
Gwelais i…/ Bwytais i…/ Chwaraeais i…/ Torheulais i…/ Dawnsiais i
yn y disgo
I saw…../ I ate…./ I played…./ I sunbathed…../ I danced at the disco
Ble rwyt ti eisiau mynd? Dw i eisiau mynd i…. achos mae’n grêt yn …/
mae’n ddiddorol gweld…/ mae’r bwyd yn flasus iawn yn…
Where do you want to go? I want to go to…. because it’s great in…./ it’s
interesting to see…./ the food is very tasty in…..
Ydy hi’n ddrud yn….? Ydy/ Nag ydy
Is it expensive in….? Yes/ No
Ydy…… yn bell? Ydy/ Nag ydy
Is…… far? Yes/ No
Oes disgo/ pwll nofio/ siop/ clwb plant yn y gwesty?
Is there a disco/ swimming pool/ shop/ children’s club in the hotel?
Ble rwyt ti eisiau aros? Dw i eisiau aros mewn gwesty pum seren/
carafan/ pabell/ bwthyn/ gwely a brecwast
Where do you want to stay? I want to stay in a five star hotel/ caravan/
tent/ cottage/ bed and breakfast
Ble mae Rhys yn/ e’n/ hi’n mynd? Mae Rhys yn/ e’n/ hi’n mynd i….
Where is Rhys/ he/ she going? Rhys/ He/ She is going to….
Am faint? Gyda phwy? Sut mae e’n/ hi’n mynd? Ble mae e’n/ hi’n
For how long? With who? How is he/ she going? Where is he/ she
Beth mae e’n/ hi’n mwynhau wneud? Mae e’n/ hi’n hoffi ……achos………
Dydy e/ hi ddim yn mwynhau……. achos mae’n ddiflas/ ddrud/ bell/
brysur iawn
What does he/ she enjoy doing? He/ She likes…. because…….
He/ She doesn’t enjoy….. because it’s miserable/ expensive/ far/ very
Extended responses required, i.e. Dw i eisiau mynd i….. achos mae’n…...