Here is today’s home learning for anyone who is at home.
You don’t need to do this if you are in school.
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Watch the video lesson and have a go at doing the activity below.
Since each of you has Spanish on the same day every week, you probably know how to say THAT day in Spanish. However, do you know the other días de la semana (days of the week)? Can you match up the correct days below in the picture?
Now that you’ve had a refresher on the days of the week, have a go at this story in Spanish! It uses loads of vocabulary that you have already learned, such as “me gusta” (I like).
- What class makes the girl like Mondays?
- Why does she like Tuesdays?
- Where does she go on Saturdays with her friends?
- Who does she visit on Sundays?
In this adaptation, the narrator is a primary school pupil who volunteers to tell the story of Macbeth to her classmates. What follows is an exuberantly funny version of the tale told in a distinctively modern and childlike voice.