Spanish / Year 5 and 6 / Communicating / Creating

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Curriculum content descriptions

Share and compare understandings and opinions about ideas encountered in imaginative Spanish-language texts such as works of art, fables, performances and television programs

[Key concepts: plot, idea, moral; Key processes: adapting, comparing, responding]

 (ACLSPC150)

Elaborations
  • recording and/or illustrating key characters, events and ideas encountered in different types of imaginative texts, for example, by responding to questions such as ¿Qué es…? ¿Por qué…? ¿Cuál es la moraleja? and ¿Qué sientes cuando…? or by creating storyboards
  • comparing favourite characters or moments in imaginative texts such as cartoons, stories or digital games, listing key words or expressions associated with their character’s role or personality (extrovertido/a, simpático/a, travieso/a, Daniel el travieso, Zipi y Zape) and explaining how they can relate to them
  • adapting a creative text, for example, by resequencing events, adding a new element, changing the location or creating an alternative ending
  • discussing key messages and cultural elements in creative texts, such as the moral of a fable/story, an idea or value in a song, or a quality of a character
  • responding to famous artworks and images, such as works by Botero, Frida Kahlo or Picasso, with simple words or phrases, for example, Este cuadro me gusta porque tiene muchos colores, Este mural es más original que el otro
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • Intercultural understanding Intercultural understanding
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
  • ICT capability Information and Communication Technology (ICT) capability
ScOT terms

Spanish language

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