KS2 Teaching Resources
This section contains:
Contributed by Spanish teachers
Resources for teaching the sounds of the alphabet
Information about assessment in PMFL
These clips are from the now defunct CILT (National Centre for Languages) Primary Languages website
Classroom language for non-specialist teachers with pronunciation
Daily activities to do in primary language lessons
Rationale behind teaching a language to pupils before the statutory age of 7, draft scheme of work for Reception, Yr 1 and 2 with resources.
The Raúl stories in English for cultural understanding.
Erasmus+ project comparing the Thames and the Manzanares River
How to type accents with ALT keys
Typing Spanish characters
Ideas for games from QCA
Language learning objectives from KS2 Framework for Languages
Video training clips
Examples of school policies for MFL
The History of Chocolate and The Marshlands of Iberá in Argentina in Spanish
Information about and resources for running a language event
Details of what is covered in each unit
Spanish sounds 1 – a simple presentation, Spanish phonics – a more in-depth presentation and a vowel rap
Word and phrase booklet for pupils – print version
Presentation to encourage spontaneous pupil-teacher interaction in the classroom.
Raúl power points
This Scheme of Work was originally developed in Enfield between 2005 and 2011 by a team of primary teachers, led by Jan Wilson. It was based around the original Key Stage 2 Framework for Languages, and took into account the QCDA materials. It has been extensively amended since the publication of the new Programme of Study for Key Stage 2 in 2013, and has been adopted as the Scheme of Work for the Hackney Learning Trust. It is designed to be used by all those teaching Spanish at Key Stage 2, and to give additional support to non-specialist teachers and TAs, and adapted by schools to suit their own needs. Year 3 units are 1-6, year 4 units are 7-12, year 5 units are 13-18 and year 6 units are 19-22. At the end of each unit you will find resources that are referred to in the lesson plans. There are also details of resources, especially songs and video clips, within the lesson plans themselves. This Scheme of Work now delivers all the requirements of the new Programme of Study for Key Stage 2. At the beginning of each unit, before the lesson plans, are the KS2 PoS Objectives and Yearly Statements (with examples) for that particular unit.
Wifredo Lam Power Point