domingo, 19 de abril de 2015

Unit 7: Detectives (3º Literacy)

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VOCABULARY

Household objects

- Armchair
- Fridge
- Mirror
- Wardrobe
- Sink
- Painting
- Bookcase
- Sofa
- Mat
- Bath
- Cooker
- Cupboard

Personal belongings

- Earrings
- Bracelet
- Sunglasses
- Watch
- Keys
- Umbrella

GRAMMAR



Unit 7: Let's explore my town!! (1º Literacy)

 

VOCABULARY

Places in the town: 

- Zoo
- Sweet shop
- Café
- Toyshop
- Bookshop
- Hospital
- Restaurant
- Cinema 
- Swimming pool
- Supermarket

Transport:

- Bus
- Boat
- Motorbike
- Train
- Helicopter
- Lorry

Numbers (1 to 20)

GRAMMAR

 Para hablar de las cosas que hay, utilizamos la estructura:
- There is... (there's) - cuando nos referimos a una sola cosa o persona (singular)
- There are... - cuando nos referimos a dos o más personas o cosas (plural)
Examples: 
- There's a hospital (Hay un hospital)
- There are two cinemas (Hay dos cines)

Para preguntar por cuántas personas o cosas hay, utilizamos la estructura:
- How many ... are there?
Example:
- How many cars are there?  There's a car / There are 12 cars.

VIDEO TIME

My town

Song: In the city


Counting Transportation Song

Transport Song


Counting Song 1-20




Unit 5 What is it made of? (1º Natural Science)




En esta unidad los alumnos aprenderán: 

- Los materiales.
- Materiales naturales y hechos por el hombre.
- Propiedades de los materiales.
- Materiales transparentes y opacos.
- Los cambios de forma en los materiales y otros cambios.

VIDEO:








Unit 7 Matter, materials and mixtures (3º Natural Science)




En esta unidad aprenderán:

- Definición de materia y materiales.
- Los materiales recicables
- Los cambios de la materia, cambios físicos y químicos.
- La combinación de dos o más materiales y su separación. 
- La procedencia de los materiales (naturales y manufacturados)

VIDEO: States of Matter.






VIDEO: Physical and Chemical changes.






miércoles, 15 de abril de 2015

Unit 9 Materials

Unit 9 " Materials"

In this unit we are going to identify some common materials and their uses.
For example: What is the door made of? - The door is made of wood. Wood is a natural material and it´s opaque

MATERIALS

Vocabulary: Rubber, paper, wood, plastic fabric, glass, metal, stone, brick, leather...

We have to bear in mind that some materials are better for a porpuse than others. Houses are made of bricks because bricks are rigid. For this reason some materials are used for different purposes according to their properties such as : TRANSPARENT / BENDY / RIGID / SOFT /
HARD.

The shape of some materials can be changed by bending, twisting, streching or squashing them.



MAGNETISM

Some objects are attracted to magnets. These objects are magnetic. Only objects made from metal are magnetic.

NATURAL AND MANUFACTURED

We can classify into natural or manufactured those materials that are made by people or by nature.

Natural materials occur naturally like wood, cotton, leather, wool
Manufactured materials are made by people.  Glass, paper, plastic bricks are made by people.

Some materials change their state or shape after heating or cooling.
Many materials become hard when cooled. "Water turn to ice at zero degrees".
Or become soft when heated "Like chocolate or butter after heating"



sábado, 14 de marzo de 2015

Unit 8 "The City"

Unit 8 "The City"



In this unit, our pupils will identify the main features of a city.

Vocabulary related to the unit: City, village, private, public, traffic jam, noisy, quiet, bus,van, lorry, bike, tanker, car, helmet, seatbelt, stop, look, listen, always, sometimes, never, farmer, fisherman, pavement, road, zebra crossing, kerb

Private and public buildings

In the city we can see lots of buildings and we can classify them into: Private and Public

Your house or flat is a private building because It´s for you and your family.
A public building is for everybody to go in. For example: A library, a museum or a school
are Public buildings.
There are lots of people living and working in the city. Cities are big and noisy, they are full of tall buildings and there is a lot of traffic. Villages are small and quiet.

Transport 

People use transport to travel from one place to another. Transport is also used to move food and other products. This is called "goods". Cars, bikes and buses are for people and lorries, tankers and vans are for goods.




LANGUAGE IN USED.  Road safety and safety rules.

  • Think first, stop, use your eyes and ear, wait until it´s safe to cross, look and listen, arrive safely.
  • Wear your helmet/seatbelt
Do you wear a helmet on your bike?  Never/sometimes/ always. It´s safe/not safe

People who help us

People work in cities and villages. A lot of farmers and fishermen work in villages. Farmers work inland and fishermen work at the coast. 

Some people help us by building houses and working in factories. Bricklayers, plumbers and carpenters help us by building houses.
Some people help us by providing a service. Teachers, doctors or firefighter help us by providing a service.










jueves, 12 de marzo de 2015

Unit 6 " All year round"

Unit 6 "All year round"

Language in use: Seasonal activities and ordinal numbers.

What do you /they do (in autumn)? We (go to the beach) / They open presents
Do they (celebrate Halloween)? No, They don´t Yes, They do
When´s your birthday? My birthday is on the third of June.

Let´s remember: Phonics

Remember, words with ir-ur are pronounced in the same way, such as
purple, turtle, birthday, first, third....

Ordinal Numbers

1st: First                6th: Sixth              11th: Eleventh
2nd: Second          7th: Seventh          12th: Twelfth
3rd: Third             8th: Eighth            13th: Thirteenth
4th: Fourth           9th: Ninth              14th: Fourteenth
5th: Fifth              10th: Tenth            15th: Fifteenth

16th: Sixteenth             18th: Eighteenth          20th: Twentieth
17th: Seventeenth        19th: Nineteenth          21st:  Twenty-first




Months of the year:

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December. There are thirty days in September, April, June and November. All the rest have thirty-one except for february alone. February has twenty-eight days clear and twenty-nine in each leap day.
Seasons: Spring, summer, autumn and winter