Year 3 Unit 4B - Light Bulb Languages

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Pupils should learn:
To identify the gender of nouns ending in o or a
To identify the gender of nouns using the indefinite article un / una
To find the English meaning of a Spanish noun using a bilingual dictionary
Un, una
(el, la)
(unos, unas, los, las)
OUTCOMES
EXPECTATIONS
ACTIVITIES
RESOURCE
S
SUMMATIV
E TASK
“I CAN”
En mi estuche
CORE
4B
At the end of this section some pupils will not have made so
much progress and will:
Put words into alphabetical order based on the first
letter
Use a bilingual dictionary with support to discover
meaning and gender
Identify the gender of nouns ending in o or a
PERIPHERAL
Unit
OBJECTIVES
Y3
At the end of this section most pupils will:
Put words into alphabetical order based on the
first two letters
Use a bilingual dictionary with a little support to
discover meaning and gender
Identify the gender of nouns based on the final
letter and/or the article
Pupils:
-
At the end of this section some pupils will have
progressed further and will:
Put a complex list of words into alphabetical order
Use a bilingual dictionary with confidence to
discover meaning
Identify the gender of plural nouns, nouns ending in
common consonant patterns such as –dad and –
ión and based on the definite articles el and la
Say whether a noun is masculine or feminine and explain how they know
Use a bilingual dictionary to find the meanings of Spanish nouns and to find the
Spanish for their own English words
Use a bilingual dictionary to identify the gender of nouns
Put words into alphabetical order
un lápiz
un bolígrafo
una regla
un sacapuntas
una goma
un estuche
unas tijeras
un cuaderno
una carpeta
un pegamento
una cartera
una mochila
una bolsa
un libro
una calculadora
un rotulador
un compás
unos papeles
Possible activities include:
Children hold word cards and rest of class put them into alphabetical order
Use dictionary to find and fill in genders on worksheet
Latin nouns of unspecific topic to demonstrate the origin of gender
“Stop the Bus” dictionary game
Multiple choice dictionary activity – find the word that we use for the object in the picture. Chn can create their own.
Stories, poems, rhymes and songs:
Mini-book ¿Qué veo? – children adapt the model to create their own stories
Alphabetical order cards
Bilingual dictionaries
Gender worksheets
Dictionary work worksheet
¿Qué veo? Ppt and mini-books
Children write their own mini-book adapting the model of ¿Qué veo? and using the bilingual dictionary to find the words for each page
I can
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Put words in alphabetical order
Use a bilingual dictionary to find the meaning of a word
Use a bilingual dictionary to find out the gender of a word
Identify the gender of a word by looking at its final letter and/or its indefinite article
©Light Bulb Languages 2014 CS http://www.lightbulblanguages.co.uk
KS2 FRAMEWOK
O3.1 Listen and respond to simple rhymes, stories and songs
O3.2 Recognise and respond to sound patterns and words
O3.3 Perform simple communicative tasks using single words, phrases and short sentences
O3.4 Listen attentively and understand instructions, everyday classroom language and praise words
L3.1 Recognise some familiar words in written form
L3.2 Make links between some phonemes, rhymes and spellings, and read aloud familiar words
L3.3 Experiment with the writing of simple words
KAL3 Imitate pronunciation of sounds
KAL3 Notice the spelling of familiar words
KAL3 Identify specific sounds, phonemes and words
KAL3 Recognise that languages describe familiar things differently
KAL3 Hear main word classes
LLS3 Discuss language learning and share ideas and experiences
LLS3 Compare the language with English
LLS3 Write new words
NEW PoS
L4.2 Follow a short familiar text, listening and reading at the same time
LLS4 Use a dictionary to look up spellings
Listening:
Listen attentively to spoken language and show understanding by joining in and responding (difference between masculine and feminine)
Appreciate stories in the language
Understand facts
Reading:
-
Read carefully and show understanding of words
Appreciate stories in the language
Develop their ability to understand new words that are introduced into familiar written material
Understand facts in writing
Writing:
-
Write at varying length (short sentences) using the grammatical structures that they have learnt
Grammar:
Gender of nouns, indefinite articles
Key feature of the language (gender)
Language learning skills:
How the patterns and words of the new language are different to English (articles and gender patterns)
Develop strategies to understand new words, including through using a dictionary
CAS 07/14
©Light Bulb Languages 2014 CS http://www.lightbulblanguages.co.uk
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