Regulations in pre primary education in Castilla-La Mancha
• Royal Decree 1630/2006 Pre-Primary Education
• Decree 67/2007 of 29th of May Pre-Primary Education
• Order 23-04-2002 of foreign languages Pre-Primary Education
• Decree 88/2009, de 07-07-2009 of first cycle Pre-Primary Education
Royal Decree establishing the Curricula for the Second
Cycle of Primary Education
Decree 67/2007 of 29th of May Pre-Primary Education
• Curricula: “comprehensive and harmonious development” of students
in the physical, motoric, emotional, affective, social and cognitive, and
an approach to a foreign language.
• Stage: voluntary and unpaid
• Three areas of integrated learning:
– Self-knowledge and personal autonomy
– Environmental knowledge
– Communication and representation
• Pace and style of maturation,
• development and learning of each child,
• personal characteristics,
• and the needs and interests of each student must weigh in educational
practice at this stage of their training.
Education must take into account
• the understanding of the body and the other,
• learning to respect differences;
• explore the family, natural and social;
• gain autonomy in daily activities;
• develop affective skills; acquire points of coexistence;
• develop communication skills;
• and launched in logical-mathematical skills, reading and
writing and gestural primary.
The assessment in the second cycle of Pre-primary education:
• global, continuous and formative
• direct observation and systematic, with the aim to meet the pace of
learning and the development of each child.
The attention to diversity
• adopting measures appropriate to the personal characteristics,
needs, cognitive style and interests of each student.
Order 23-04-2002 to make compulsory
the teaching of foreign languages in the
2nd cycle of Pre-Primary Education in
• To make compulsory the teaching of foreign languages in 2nd cycle of Pre-
Primary in all schools in Castilla-La Mancha.
• To develop the curriculum.
• 2nd cycle of Pre-Primary and 1st cycle of Primary Education.
• Timing: 90’ per week: sessions of 20’min.
• Foreign Languages are integrated in the Area of Communication and
Tutor in the class with the English teacher:
• Although initially was compulsory to be together in the class, lately the
order was changed.
• Assessment: as it’s established in the rules of Pre-Primary Education:
Global, Continuous and Formative.
• Heads’ meetings.
• Training teachers.
• Concepts: Necessities and current situations of oral languages:
Greetings, identifications, likes , simple locations, etc.
• Procedures: Recognizing and practising of social formulae.
• Actitudes: To know and use the foreign languages for activities developed
in the classroom and dialogues.
• To know and use the foreign languages in activities proposed in the
classroom and in roleplays.
Annex II :
• psycho-evolutionary development
• Comfortable environment
• Flexibility in timing
• Communicative Approach
• Natural Approach using games
• Modelling using correct pronunciation
• Usage of body language and gestures