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Unit 1: “ Let´s get to know Lorca”

Competence-based indicators Lesson Content objectives: Assessment criteria

a) Identify and name famous towns and cities in i) To learn and recall new words related to
1. Inferring the meaning of words from the context. LCC Europe. countries from Europe.
2. Miming the meaning of different items of vocabulary. LCC

3. Gleaning specific information which comes from both b) Compare different towns and cities and express ii) To understand the gist and identify
oral and written sources. LCC LTLC opinion about cities and towns after analyzing a specific information in a written text.
text. iii) To produce written and oral texts about
4. Getting the gist from both oral and written texts LCC towns and cities.

5. Becoming aware of the relevance of a well-presented c) Work in a group to write a tour of your own iii) To produce written and oral texts about
text. LTLC town. towns and cities.
6. Being aware of the importance of a well-written text. LCC
7. Making a correct use of connectives to join sentences and
adjectives to describe people. LCC

d) Talk about what town city looks like now and iv) To participate in oral communicative
8. Showing interest and motivation towards the use of the what it looked like in the past. activities and games.
FL during the development of communicative activities. v) To show accurate and appropriate
LCC LTLC APIC pronunciation, intonation and rhythm.

9. Making use of the “Game language” when necessary. LCC

10. Complying with the specific rules of a specific game. SCC
11. Tolerating other people´ s suggestions. SCC
12. Using non-verbal strategies to get the message across.

e) Give an insight of the history of different towns vi)- To describe oneself and other people
13. Considering mistakes as a part of the learning process. and cities in Europe. orally giving characteristics concerning
towns and cities.
14. Showing appropriate intonation, rhythm and accurate
pronunciation. LCC

f) Be aware of how cities and towns differ in vii) To show curiosity towards learning
14. Learning and showing curiosity towards other cultures´ Europe. facts from different countries.
traditions and customs around Europe. KPWC CAC APIC

Main unit outcome: Cognitive skills:

Children will be able to compare their own town with other cities HOTS: Creating own tour around your own town, expression opinion about a
around Europe and give their own take on them. town/city, predicting what the town will look like in the future, analyzing people
´s customs & LOTS: Use lexis related to places in a town to come up with a
description, classify places in a town, list places in a town, match famous cities in
Europe and pictures
Communication Communication Culture
Resources: Vocabulary Structures

PPT, IWB, worksheets, paper, Places in a town: shopping centre, There is/isn’t; There are/aren´t … However, … Geography: Different towns
pencils, ruler, small museum, etc. In my opinion, … and cities in Europe
whiteboards. Activities: going for a stroll, going I think that … History: History about specific
pebbling, etc. I reckon that … places e.g. Pompeii.
Adjectives: interesting, amusing, pretty, On the one hand, … on the other and, …
etc. At (10 o´clock) we are going to …
Linkers: However, whereas, although, etc.
Graded tasks: different levels (3 levels: Edinburgh, Exeter and London)
Intercultural Education: History and Social Science (clothes
Open-ended tasks: there is not a specific objective Empathy for children from which was used in Tudor times)
Mixed-ability groups & Homogeneous groups cultures.
Moral & Civic Education:
Respect for other towns and
Teacher´s diary Evaluation of the teaching process sheet. Daily observation for pupils´ work e.g. Test, children´s self-
Colleagues´ feedback information exchanges, comic, etc. assessment task, rubric with
Checking pupils´ fulfilment of competence-based indicators
1 Greeting Story: “The Moors and the Christians” Pre – The teacher shows some key images of the story through the use of the Tidy up.
Setting the IWB so that children predict what the plot is about. While – Students complete some linguistic patterns. Post – Students Goodbye
goals of the express their opinion of the story making use of a pattern provided by the teacher. (Open-ended task) routines
Unit Follow-up: Children order some pictures related to the story. They then report back.
Brainstorming Retelling: Pupils work in groups of 2-3 and retell the story. They have to plan how they are going to do it playing
WALT different roles eg one draws different pictures or use points and another one is the speaker. (Mixed-ability groups)
Checking: Children put in order some sentences regarding the story and answer some questions.
2 Greetings Jigsaw reading: Pupils working in groups of 4 are given a tour around Lorca. Each child will be in charge of a day of the Tidy – up
Setting tour. They then get together with members from other groups and become “experts” in that particular day. They report Goodbye
WALT back in their groups. routines
Information gap: “Pupils have to fill in the information gap they have about the other days in the tour by asking their
classmates in the group. They then suggest new activities to do.
Comparing Altamura and Lorca: Pupils come up with similarities and differences between Rome and Lorca.
3 Greetings and Plan your own trip: Pupils in pairs plan their own trip around Altamura. This will be shared with children from other Bingo with
daily routines. countries. Some children come up to the front of the class as volunteers. items of
WALT Venn diagram: Pupils classify places in Altamura and Lorca through a Venn diagram. clothing
Classifying places in a town/city: Pupils are given different pictures of famous cities around Europe. They classify the Tidy up and
places they can see in those towns/cities between “shopping”, “free time”, “public buildings” and “In the street”. goodbye.
Vocab quiz: related to the vocab they dealt with before.
4 Greetings. Running dictation: Pupils work in groups of 4-6. Each group is assigned with a coloured card with a text about Lorca
Setting castle stuck away from where the groups are. One pupil from each group runs, reads the text from the wall, goes back to the Tidy-up
WALT group and dictates it to others. When we say change! another child will take on the role. (Mixed-ability groups) Goodbye
Checking: Pupils answer some questions about the texts of different towns/cities they saw before. routines
Meaningful drill: pupils work in 2s complete a text about a description of Exeter or Altamura (two options) with gaps by
asking their partner. Their partner will have the complete text.
Follow-up: Children express their opinion on those two towns/cities. (Graded)
5 Greetings. Meaningful drill: Pupils complete a text about the description of Lorca (graded)
Brainstorm.S Mind map: Revision of adjectives to describe cities Tidy-up.
etting “Rays of sunshine”: Pupils are provided with a handout where there is a sun with eight rays. Children individually write Goodbye
.WALT for each ray one characteristic of one town/city we have covered in this unit. routines
“Guess what city is in my sun”: Some pupils read what they´ve written. The others guess the city/town which is behind
that description.
6 Setting. “Tour around my town”: Pupils write a tour around Lorca which will be shared with Italian, English and Latvian Tidy-up
WALT children. They present them on skype to other schools. routines

7 Greetings Mind map: We recall some tips to write a good writing. Tidy-up
WALT “Written description”: Pupils individually write about a town or city from a different country from their own one. Goodbye
WL topic grid: Children fill in a chart with 2 columns (“What I still want to learn”, “What I´ve learnt”)
8 Greetings Self- evaluation: Pupils´ test. Tidy-up
WALT Language awareness: Pupils get their description of the town/city which has been corrected using correction code. Goodbye