Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Content description VCESC134

Spanish: F–10 Sequence / Levels 3 and 4 / Communicating / Translating
Content description
Compare and explain simple texts or expressions in both Spanish and English, such as street signs, advertisements, sayings and greetings
Elaborations
  1. comparing Spanish expressions used in routine social interactions such as greetings with equivalent English versions, identifying differences, similarities and cultural references, for example, ¿qué tal?/‘Hi!’, chao/‘See you later’, ¡buen provecho!/‘Enjoy your lunch’
  2. matching street signs from the Spanish-speaking world with equivalents found in Australia, for example, Llamas en la carretera and ‘Koalas crossing’, No pisar el césped and ‘Keep off the grass’
  3. using a picture or digital dictionary to find the meanings of simple words used in class, and comparing English and Spanish versions of each word
  4. playing matching-pair games with Spanish and English word cards, matching vocabulary for familiar concepts or objects, for example, family members, or vocabulary related to food/eating
Code
VCESC134
ScOT catalogue terms
Curriculum resources and support
Find related teaching and learning resources in FUSE*
Find related curriculum resources on the VCAA resources site
*Disclaimer about use of these sites

Go to Spanish curriculum

Scroll to the top of the page