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Content description VCESU122

Spanish: F–10 Sequence / Foundation to Level 2 / Understanding / Systems of language
Content description
Understand that language is organised as ‘text’ and recognise features of familiar texts such as charts, labels, rhymes and stories
  1. understanding that texts can be spoken, written, visual or acted out and that they can be very short (¡alto!) or much longer, for example, a song or story
  2. observing typical features of familiar types of texts such as stories, greeting cards and nursery rhymes, for example, the use of the story-starter Érase una vez…
  3. understanding that texts have a purpose, for example, timetables indicate what happens when (guía de horarios), recounts describe past events (Había una vez) and greeting cards convey feelings (Te amo/Te quiero)
  4. comparing familiar texts in Spanish and English, such as counting games or street signs, identifying elements in the Spanish texts that look or sound different
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