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Cranmere - Spanish - Progress Report
CLUB CRANMERE SCHOOL SPANISH
TEACHER PALOMA CRESPO
TERM AUTUMN 2017
Learning a language is a lifelong commitment.
Our aim is to ensure children understand and learn to love the Spanish language and to gain good listening and speaking skills. We use lively role play, games, bingos, songs and activities to make the Spanish culture both enjoyable and memorable.
It is a pleasure to teach your children and I hope they enjoy as much as we do. If you have specific questions, please see me after the club or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
TOPICS COVERED THIS TERM
We started the term practicing the traditional greetings “Hola,¿ Cómo estás? (Hello, how are you? ), and they would answer “Muy bien gracias, y tú?” (I am very well thank you, and you?) and asking our age “¿Cuántos años tienes? (how old are you?) Tengo 5 años (I am 5 years old)”.
We reviewed Los números (numbers) 1 to 10 (reception and Y1) up to 20 (Y2 and Y4) , “Los colores” (the colours ) azul claro (light blue), azul oscuro (dark blue), rojo (red), amarillo (yellow), verde (green), naranja (orange), blanco (white), negro (black), marrón (brown), gris (grey) and rosa (pink).
We have learnt about animals in the jungle (los animales de la jungla) serpiente (snake), mono (monkey), tigre (tiger), loro(parrot), elefante (elephant), cocodrilo (crocodile) and león (lion).
We tried to be healthier doing sports like tennis (tennis), natación (swimming), baloncesto (basketball), rugby, fútbol y patinaje (roller skating).
We talked about Halloween with “brujas” (witch), “calabaza” (pumpkin), “fantasma” (ghost) and “vampire” (vampire).
FOR THE REST OF THE TERM WE WILL COVER
We will learn about seasons Primavera (spring), Verano (summer), Otoño (autumn) and Invierno (winter) and the weather Hace frio (it is cold), Hace calor (it is hot), Hace viento (it is windy) and Hace buen tiempo ( good weather).
Feliz Navidad (Merry Christmas)
On the last day of term we will talk about how we celebrate “Navidad” (Christmas) and the traditional “Uvas” (grapes) for New Years Eve as well as “Los Reyes Magos” and the coal they sometimes bring to the children.
ALL TERM DATES AND REPORTS ARE ON THE WEBSITE www.childrensclubs.com.
Please remember that we expect half a term’s notice if you are not continuing.
We look forward to seeing you next term to continue your lifelong journey in Spanish
Last updated: 17/01/2018 06:55:04 PM