Learn numbers 1 to 10 in Spanish
Los números del 1 al 10 / Spanish Numbers 1 to 10
In this blog we are going to show how to deliver a Spanish Tuition in Manchester for Key stage 2. Remember this Spanish lesson is link to the previous one. Therefore you should read first the previous blog. Also another point “Feliz Año Nuevo” means Happy New Year. It is not a normal greeting however this lesson as you can guess was done in the first weeks of the new year.
- Usual greetings to the children. ¿Qué tal? (How are you?) or Buenas tardes. Do they remember Feliz Año Nuevo
Sing another song in Spanish from a CD. Can children identify some words similar to the song from last week.(Tengo)
Revise Spanish pronunciation and oral recognition of numbers 1 to 10.
Recap the new Spanish words learnt (eg la mantequilla, una oveja, la cabaña) from the previous session. Show the written form of oveja and ask the children what surprises them about it. Pay attention and make two columns v and b sound. Can the children find some words with this phonemes?
Teach ¿Cuántos? (How many?) and combine numbers with nouns in the song, eg dos ovejas, tres cabañas, nueve, etc. Highlight the pronunciation of plural words and compare with English. Play a CD track (cuántos) can they follow it.
- We are going to listen 8 short Spanish words or small sentences. Can they remember what do they mean (Tengo tres ovejas, ovejas, cabaña, etc)? – I have got three sheep, …
In this Spanish lesson children should learn:
- To listen and respond to simple Spanish rhymes.
- To recognise and respond to Spanish sound patterns and words
- To recognise and apply simple Spanish agreements, eg gender, singular, plural.
- To play Spanish games in order to help to remember.
The learning objectives of this lesson are:
- To pronounce numbers 1 to10 accurately
- To begin to recognise that, when simple plurals are made, the pronunciation of the noun remains the same.
- To use their knowledge of numbers 1 to 10 to play a game
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