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Title: Interactive Spanish Lessons


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Interactive Spanish Lessons
  • Lesson I
  • A Trip To Mexico

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Point A
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II. Bell Ringer 
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WHAT INTERESTS YOU ABOUT MEXICO?
  • http//www.globalvolunteers.org/1main/mexico/mexic
    ohistory.htm

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II. B. Transition to Purpose 
  •  
  • Whole groups discuss the largest Spanish-speaking
    country in the world which also the closest
    neighbor for the United States. Form students
    into research groups to search different topics
    about Mexico. They structure their research as
    presentation with interesting information and
    graphics. Then share their exploration with the
    whole class in Spanish.

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III.         Purpose - SWBAT
  • Students will have the chance to learn from their
    peers by visiting these sites set up by other
    groups that are related to Mexico.
  • Students will enhance their reading comprehension
    and oral presentation in Spanish.

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IV. Input, anticipatory sets, anticipated
scaffolding Interactive activity
  • http//www.apples4theteacher.com/holidays/cinco-de
    -mayo/wordfinds/mexico-culture-wordsearch-challeng
    e.html

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V.  Practice/Application Virtual trip to Mexico
  • Coleman's Hispanic Studies click for geography,
    history, government and politics of Spain, Cuba
    and Mexico. Web Turistico de Mexico click on
    map for information on 5 regions of
    Mexico. Mexico click for the University of
    Guadalajara guide in Spanish to Mexico's
    geography, history, sports, tourism, arts and
    culture (including cooking). Mexico search for
    information in Spanish on Mexico. Mexico click
    for websites and information in English about
    Mexico. Mexico Home Page click for information
    on Mexico.

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VI. Closure 
  • Students will have learned more about Mexicos
    history, arts, and culture.

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Lesson II
  • Learning Directions

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I.  Point A  
  • The prime consideration for students learning
    Spanish is that they get the learning motivation
    from exploring these Spanish-speaking countries
    in the world.   It is very important to be able
    to ask, understand and give directions. This is
    especially important when you're in a foreign
    country when one isn't familiar with the
    surroundings. 

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Bell Ringer
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  • Have you ever traveled to a Latino American
    country?
  • Coleman's Websites for Hispanists Culture
    search to learn of celebrations, foods and
    recipes, sports and art sites for Spain and many
    Spanish speaking countries.

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 Internet Resources for Latin America--Introductio
n
  • II. B. Transition to Purpose

How would you ask, understand, or give directions
when you are in a Spanish speaking country?
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  • Click to hear an mp3 of these spoken by Virtual
    Ana from Spain
  • la calle - the street la esquina - the cornerla
    ciudad - the cityel país - the country
  • arriba, encima, sobre - above, onabajo, debajo
    de - below, underatrás, detrás - behinddelante
    de - in front ofentre - between en frente de -
    facingjunto a - next tolejos - farcercano/a -
    nearen la casa de - at the home of allí -
    there acá, aquí - hereafuera - outside
    adentro - insidederecho, siga derecho -
    straight ahead el próximo, el siguiente - the
    next one a la derecha - to the right a la
    izquierda - to the left el norte - northel sur
    - south el este - east el oeste - west el
    sudoeste - southwest el nordeste - northeast
  • Oregón está al norte de California Oregon is to
    the north of California
  • El país de Canadá está directamente arriba de los
    E.U.The country of Canada is directly above the
    U.S.
  • Mi casa está entre el hospital y la escuelaMy
    house is between the hospital and school
  • El perrito está adentro de la casa de perros The
    puppy is inside the doghouse

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Purpose - SWBAT
  • The student will be able to ask questions in
    Spanish, about where they are and how to get to a
    specific place. They will also know how to give
    directions, such as go straight, turn right/left.

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  • IV.         Input, anticipatory sets, anticipated
    scaffolding Interactive activity
  • Worksheet/Activity Spanish Directions

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  • V.  Practice/Application Hangman Directions
    Vocabulary

Practice your questions and direction signals by
clicking here http//oye.languageskills.co.uk/114
.html
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VI. Closure
  • Quiz Directions in Spanish

How would learning how to ask, understand, or
give directions make your trip so much fun?
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Lesson III
  • I.  Point A
  • The prime consideration for students learning
    Spanish is that they get the learning motivation
    from exploring these Spanish-speaking countries
    in the world -- They know what kind of people
    they will use their Spanish to communicate
    with.  

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II.  Bell Ringer What kind of people does this
picture represent?
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II. B. Transition to Purpose
  •  In this lesson, students will conduct primary
    and secondary research to know the
    "hispanohablantes" in the world. These
    explorations will serve as windows for these
    Spanish-speaking countries for students to
    acquire information and impression from different
    perspectives. Students are supposed to conduct
    the researches by using their Spanish ability to
    comprehend this information on Internet.

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III. Purpose - SWBAT
  • Students will be able to verify Spanish-speaking
    countries from world map.
  • Students will be able to enhance their reading
    comprehension in Spanish.
  • Students will get an overview impression about
    the Hispanic world.

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IV. Input, anticipatory sets, anticipated
scaffolding, Interactive activity
  • Student develop general knowledge about the
    location, cultural background of these countries,
    ancient cultures in Mexico, Central America and
    Peru, Spanish conquistadors in 16th, the
    independence, and current development.
  • Internet Resources
  • http//www.pbs.org/opb/conquistadors/home.htm

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  •          Internet Resources for Latin
    America--Introduction http//lib.nmsu.edu/staff/
    mmolloy/laguia/lag1.html The web site include
    many hotlinks for Latin America, like WWW Virtual
    Library--Geographical list, Latin America Network
    Information Center, etc.
  •          Latin American Countries
    http//lib.NMSU.EDU/subject/bord/lat.html A
    list of hotlinks for Latin American Countries,
    LatinWorld, Political Database of the Americas,
    etc.
  •          Mexico Out of Balance
    http//www.igc.apc.org/nacla/mexico.html A
    project of North American Congress on Latin
    America (NACLA). The discussion topics include
    Political Storms of 1994, Subcomandante Marcos
    and the EZLN, etc.
  •          Bienvenido a America Latina
    http//worldnews.net/interpress/iphome.html
    The web sites in Spanish contains economic and
    political news and articles about Latin America.
  •          Latin America on the Net - Culture
    http//www.latinworld.com/culture/ The web
    site provides a complete information of most
    countries in Latin America (Central, South
    America, and the Caribbean).
  •          Web Museum of Latin America
    http//museos.web.com.mx/ A great web site
    introduces Latin American museums.
  •          The Journal of Latin American
    Perspectives http//wizard.ucr.edu/asampaio/lap
    .html
  •          Map of the Caribbean http//www.lib.ut
    exas.edu/Libs/PCL/Map_collection/americas/Caribbea
    n.GIF
  •          Map of Middle America
    http//www.lib.utexas.edu80/Libs/PCL/Map_collec
    tion/americas/middleamerica.jpg
  •          Map of South America http//www.lib.ut
    exas.edu/Libs/PCL/Map_collection/americas/SouthAme
    rica.jpg

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V. Practice/Application
  • Getting to know some hispanohablantes
  • Do the first and third activity when you click on
    this web site
  • http//www.cortland.edu/flteach/usafa/ego-2.html

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VI. Closure
  • What are some reasons why you would want to know
    how to communicate with a Spanish speaking
    person?
  • Because youd want to travel to any of these
    Spanish speaking countries http//www.quia.com/mc
    /65520.html select the matching game to learn
    their capitals.
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