Theme 1: Mi viaje a una ciudad hispanohablante

August – October

Pupils plan an imaginary week-long visit to a Spanish speaking city. They will say what you can do and see there, where you plan to visit (sightseeing) and what you plan to do.

This theme covers the Present tense, the near future tense, leisure and sport activities, daily routine, transport, personal information and places in a town vocabulary.

 

Theme 2: La música del mundo hispanohablante

October – December

A look at both traditional and popular music in Spanish speaking countries across the globe.

Find out about famous musicians and pop stars in these countries.

Pupils will complete a listening assessment and take part in a conversation about music in Spanish.

Vocabulary covered includes musical instruments, personal information, more complex opinions and music genres.

 

Theme 3: ¡Que aproveche!

January – March

Pupls will learn about traditional foods and recipes in Spanish speaking countries.

They will imagine they live in other Spanish speaking countries and what they would typically eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Pupils will leanr words for many different types of food and drink as well as how to read a Spanish menu and how to order food in a restaurant or café.

 

Theme 4: ¡Vamos a Madrid!

April to May

Madrid Project – pupils will research what there is to see and do in the Spanish capital.

Pupils will learn how to talk about things in the past. Using their knowledge of the past tense, pupils will then imagine they have visited Madrid and describe what you did, where you went etc.

End of year project: Una estancia en un país hispanohablante

May to June

Describe an imaginary visit to a Spanish speaking country and say what you did, what foods you ate using the past tense. Pupils should make reference to traditional music and cultural aspects of the chosen country.

Countries to choose from:

Colombia

Bolivia

Argentina

México

Perú

Chile

Cuba

Paraguay

Uruguay

Ecuador

Venezuela

Costa Rica

Dominica

*Presentations should be carried out using ICT wherever possible