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MFL Spanish at key stage 3    (Year 7)

Unit 5: En el pueblo

About this unit

About the unit

In this unit pupils learn about places in town and to ask for and give simple directions. They learn to talk about the weather and names of countries.

New language content:

  • the irregular verb ir
  • positive imperative form of regular verbs, second and third persons singular

New contexts:

  • places in town
  • points of the compass and maps
  • following and giving directions
  • seasons
  • weather

Alternative contexts: classroom instructions; finding your way around school; tourism.

This unit is expected to take 12-15 hours.

Sections in this unit

This unit is divided into sections. Each section contains a sequence of activities with related objectives and outcomes. You can view this unit by moving through the sections or print/download the whole unit.
1. Naming and locating places in the town/using the verb ir
2. Giving and asking for directions
3. Using the imperative
4. Engaging in longer dialogues
5. Giving and asking directions in writing
6. Names of countries/points on a compass
7. Talking about the weather
8. Reading and writing about the weather
9. Weather effects
10. Applying the knowledge, skills and understanding of the unit

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