Contenidos que se trabajan (ACTUALIZADO)

CONTENIDOS QUE SE TRABAJAN DURANTE TODA LA PRIMARIA

 

Los contenidos abajo relacionados han sido seleccionados por todo el equipo docente que imparte clase en la sección bilingüe y son fruto de la reflexión sobre nuestra propia experiencia. Esto es la parte común de nuestra práctica, luego cada maestro/a lo adapta a su alumnado y a su estilo de enseñanza.

Les recuerdo que la sección no-bilingüe trabaja los mismos contenidos, la principal diferencia entre secciones es el tiempo que se le dedica.

 

VOCABULARIO BÁSICO

COLOURS

Red, yellow, blue, green, purple,

orange, pink, brown, black, white,

grey.

NUMBERS

One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty.

Thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety, one hundred.

Ordinal numbers

First, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth, nineteenth, twentieth, twenty-first, twenty-second, twenty-third, twenty-fourth, twenty-fifth, twenty-sixth, twenty-seventh, twenty-eighth, twenty-ninth, thirtieth, thirty-first …

SHAPES

Circle, triangle, square, rectangle.

FAMILY

Mum, Dad, Grandad, Granny, brother, sister, uncle, aunt, cousins, twin.

PEOPLE VOCABULARY

Man, woman, girl, boy, friend.

FOOD

Orange, apple, banana, chocolate, biscuit, cake, yoghourt, juice, fizzy drink, sandwich, hamburger, pizza, spaghetti, cherries, watermelon, pineapple, salad, cheese,

milk, peas, beans, tomatoes, potatoes, chips,

water, tuna, cheese, chicken, rice, bread, lettuce, sardines, eggs, bacon, honey, cereal,

toast, jam, bananas, ice cream, carrots, broccoli, onions, plums, fruit, vegetables, butter, sugar.

MEALS

Breakfast, lunch, dinner.

FEELINGS

Dizzy, hungry, thirsty, sleepy, happy, bored, scared, sad, hot, cold.

THE DAYS OF THE WEEK

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.

THE MONTHS OF THE YEAR

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December.

SEASONS

Spring, summer, autumn, winter.

CLOTHES

Cap, hat, t-shirt, dress, skirt, shirt,

shoes, socks, trainers, tracksuit, jacket, glasses,

jeans, jumper, coat, scarf, shorts swimsuit

sunglasses boots gloves umbrella trousers

watch belt ring wristband rucksack earrings

ACTIONS

Run, jump, climb, swim, ride a bike, ride a horse, fly, walk, watch TV, sleep, play the computer,

do your homework, make a model, cook,

play a game, do a puzzle, paint, read a comic,

ski, play the guitar, use a computer,

draw, skateboard, turn right, turn left, go straight on, eat, write, read.

THE HOUSE: ROOMS AND FURNITURE

Bathroom, bedroom, living room, kitchen, garage,

garden, attic,

table, bed, chair, cushion, cupboard,

rug, shelf, sofa, picture, window,

door, cooker, fridge, bookcase, lamp,

television, sink, bath.

BODY

Head, body, arms, legs, hands, feet/foot, fingers, toes, eyes, hair, nose, mouth, ears, tooth/teeth, a ponytail, a beard, a moustache.

ANIMAL BODY

Feather, beak, wings, tail.

PREPOSITIONS

In, on, under, behind, next to, opposite, in front of.

FRECUENCY ADVERBS

Always, never, sometimes, often.

TOYS

scooter, kite, yo-yo, boat, frisbee, skateboard, bat, ball, skipping rope, bike, watch, doll, teddy bear,scooter.

MEANS OF TRANSPORT

Bike,
 car, 
 van, boat.
 helicopter. motorbike.
 plane.
moped, train, lorry.

ANIMALS

dolphin, bat, zebra, crocodile, snake,

parrot, penguin, monkey, lion, giraffe,

cat, dog, mouse, rabbit, bird,

tiger, lion, snake, elephant, zebra,

shark, cheetah, koala, rhino horse

gorilla spider kangaroo panda hippo

parrot fish tortoise whale shark

octopus turtle

SCHOOL ITEMS

Pencil pen, pencil sharpener, rubber, ruler, scissors crayons, notebook, book, bin, blackboard desk, table, chair, bag,

glue pencil case, computer, class, classroom, teacher

ROUTINES

Get up, get dressed, have a shower, have breakfast, go to school, go back home, have lunch, do your homework, go to bed.

PLACES IN THE CITY

Bowling alley, art gallery, museum, library, sports center, supermarket, hospital, ice rink, shopping center, school,

cinema, train station, bus station, toy shop, park,

music shop, newsagent’s, stationer’s, bakery, clothes shop,

sports shop, restaurant, football stadium.

PLACES IN THE COUNTRY

Ocean jungle beach river waterfall

Island mountains lake

WEATHER

Sunny, windy, rainy, cloudy, foggy, snowy, hot, cold.

ADJECTIVES

Big, small, long, short, tall, curly,

straight, fair, dark, polite, rude,

on time, late, tidy, untidy, healthy,

beautiful, new, old, little, clever,

silly, strange young silly strong

weak brave pretty ugly

expensive cheap nice nasty wise

heavy light difficult easy cruel

kind fat thin poor rich

JOBS

Policeman farmer dancer baker clown pilot

Teacher lollypop lady lawyer doctor vet

office worker cleaner builder housewife reporter postman waiter actor

THE TIME

O’clock

Quarter past

Quarter to

Half past

THE ALPHABET

STRUCTURES

Greetings:

Hello, hi, goodbye, bye, see you later,

How are you? I’m fine, thanks, and you?

How old are you?

Thank you.

You’re welcome.

Excuse me.

Sorry

Please

What time is it? It’s ….

What’s the weather like? It’s….

Where?

What?

When?

How?

Why? Because

How much is it? It’s ….

How much is the …? It’s…

Here you are.

Good luck!

Be good at...

VERBS

To be (Present and Past)

To have got (Present and Past)

Can (Present)

Present Simple : Aff.,- Neg. (don’t/doesn’t) - Int. (do/does)

Past Simple: Aff. (regular and irregular) – Neg. (didn’t) – Int. (did)

Present Continous

There is /There isn’t

There are/ There aren’t any

There was /There wasn’t

There were/ There weren’t any

 

   
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