sábado, 15 de octubre de 2016

contenidos lingüísticos curso 2017-18

ENGLISH  LINGUISTIC CONTENTS 2017-18.


4º PRIMARIA

UNITS

1- TIME FOR SCHOOL.

School subjects: Art, English, IT,  Maths, Music, PE, Science, Spanish.
Days of the week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
On Monday, I´ve got/haven’t got  Maths.
What have you got on Friday?
What time do you have/have you got....?
Phonics .

2- WHERE ARE YOU FROM? ( ESTAS DOS UNIDADES SE TRABAJARAN JUNTAS)
2 Where from?
Countries: China, France, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Spain, the UK, the USA.
Nationalities: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Italian, Spanish.
Where are you from?
I’m from France.
He’s/She’s from Italy.
I speak Chinese.
He/She likes cycling.
Phonics .

2-  MONTHS.

Months: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November,
December.
Seasons: spring, summer, autumn, winter.
What do you wear?
I wear/don’t wear a jumper.
In (January, winter)…
Phonic. 

3 -  MY TOWN
Review
Places: castle, cinema, hospital, library, museum, park, shopping, centre, swimming pool, train  station, zoo.
Is there a cinema? yes, there is.
There’s a/There isn’t a park.
Are there two parks in your town? yes there are.
What shall we do? Let’s go to the cinema!
Phonics.

4 - LET´S EAT

Level 4 Target Vocabulary Target Structures
Food: burger, cereal, egg, ham, meat, rice, salad, soup, toast, vegetables
Meals: breakfast, dinner, lunch.
How much is the soup?
It’s four euros, fifty cents.
I have cereal for breakfast.
Can I have a sandwich, please?
Phonics.

5 - MINIBEAST.

Animals: ant, bee, centipede, dragonfly, grasshopper, ladybird, snail, worm; carnivore, herbivore, omnivore.
Body parts: antennae, legs, stings, wings.
Nature: flower, grass, leaf, pond, tree
They’ve got/They haven’t got wings.
How many legs have they got?
Phonics.
Review
Space: comet, moon, planet, satellite, spaceship, stars, telescope, UFO.
The Planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune.
Does he/she work on a space station? yes  she does/ no, he doesn´t.
He listens/doesn’t listen to music.
Phonics .

6 - SUMMER  CAMP.
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Activities: canoeing, climbing, cooking sausages, horse riding, playing ball games, singing songs,
telling stories, trekking.
Objects: cap, compass, map, raincoat, snack, torch, water bottle.
Do you want to go trekking? yes, I do/ no, I don´t.
I want/don’t want to play games.
Phonics Tongue Twister: ing


ENGLISH  LINGUISTIC CONTENTS 2017-18
5º PRIMARIA

1- Home time.

grammar: Simple presen-adverbs  of frequency
I tidy my room. I usually/ never/ sometimes/ always  practise  the recorder after school. I do my homework at seven o’clock. What time do you have lunch?

vocabulary
Do homework, do the dishes, go to bed, have lunch/dinner, practise the recorder, see friends, tidy your room, walk the dog half past, o’clock, quarter past/to, always, never, sometimes, usually 

2- Kids can cook.

grammar: some-any-have got
Have we got any sugar? We’ve got some oranges. We haven’t got any cheese. We always have cereal.

 vocabulary
biscuits, bread, butter, cherries, chocolate cake, cream, eggs, flour, milk, mushrooms, nuts, peaches, sugar breakfast, lunch, dinner; snack add, bake, mix,put.

3- Let’s go shopping. ( ESTAS DOS UNIDADES SE TRABAJARAN JUNTAS)

grammar: directions-positions
Where is the museum? It’s opposite, next to/between

vocabulary
baker’s, bookshop, clothes shop, computer shop, greengrocer’s, shoe shop, sports shop, supermarket bus stop, library, museum, park, school, sports centre, swimming pool, train station, zoo.

3- Adventure Island.

grammar: directions
Go through the town and over the bridge. Go four squares south go along, go over, go round, go through, go under east, north, south, west .

 vocabulary
 bay, bridge, cave, cliff, path, swamp, town, waterfall, waves.


4- Ocean life.

grammar: Simple present-have got

 Do they live alone? They lay eggs. They don’t eat plants. breathe, lay, live They’ve got gills, they haven’t got flippers.


vocabulary
 blue whale, crab, dolphin, jellyfish, octopus, orca, seal, seahorse, shark, starfish, turtle dorsal fin, eye, flipper, gills, tail, teeth

big, clean, cold, deep, high, hot, long, noisy, quiet, small, sunny, windy.


5- Wonderful world.

grammar: comparative adjetives
She’s drinking water. Everest is higher than Mont Blanc.

vocabulary

desert, forest, island, lake, mountain, ocean, river, sea, volcano hundred, thousand, million

6- A great day out.

grammar: past tense
 It’s between the gallery and the palace. How old were you? I/He/She/It was... What was your favourite toy? How old were you? Where were you at five to eight? I was at the bowling alley.


vocabulary
 aquarium, bowling alley, film studio, gallery, palace.









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