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Content description VCESU120

Spanish: F–10 Sequence / Foundation to Level 2 / Understanding / Systems of language
Content description
Recognise and reproduce the sounds and rhythms of simple spoken Spanish, noticing how they are produced and how they are represented in writing
  1. becoming familiar with the Spanish alphabet, noticing that there is an additional letter as compared to English, ñ
  2. imitating Spanish sounds such as j in viaje, ñ in niño, b and v (vaca y boca), ll in calle, and rr in carro
  3. noticing that statements and questions have different intonations, for example, Fernando no está. ¿Fernando no está?
  4. developing pronunciation, phrasing and intonation skills by singing, reciting and repeating words and phrases in context
  5. experimenting with sounds in onomatopoeic words such as those related to animal sounds`, for example, pío, (pájaro), quiquiriquí (gallo), miau (gato), guau (perro)
  6. noticing differences in punctuation between Spanish and English, such as inverted exclamation and question marks at the beginning of sentences
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