Submitted by JackieG on Sat, 12/23/2017 - 10:12am.
This unit is a part of an introductory course in the Spanish language. Students will learn how to conjugate the verb ‘ser’ as well as ask questions using this verb such as ‘where are you from?’ and ‘what time is it?’. Students will also learn how to properly use adjectives and pronouns so that they can describe themselves and others.
Submitted by deneenm on Fri, 03/24/2017 - 10:55am.
In this unit, students will explore health and well-being. Students will discuss healthy eating and how to prepare simple meals. They will begin by planning and 'shopping' and conclude with meal preparation. Students will explore food, utensils, practices and perspectives relating to food, specific to the target culture.
Submitted by deneenm on Wed, 03/22/2017 - 11:02am.
In this unit, students will learn to give and follow directions in the context of different important cities in the Spanish-speaking world. There will be a focus on different modes of transportation and navigation. Students will explore what makes specific cities unique, how their history has affected their development and how lives there might differ from their rural counterparts.
Submitted by JBussche on Thu, 06/30/2016 - 1:10pm.
Materials, items and hyperlinks are provided in the attached document to utilize after a story* has been established in class using the following structures**: Hay, muchach@, se llama, es de. This unit includes embedded readings, ideas for personalization and reinforcement of key structures.
Submitted by JBussche on Wed, 06/29/2016 - 2:50pm.
Soy el mundo will allow students to use prior knowledge of names, places, and ages from unit #1 through reading biographical excerpts of culturally relevant Spanish speaking figures. These excerpts, describing people’s (dis)likes and physical characteristics, are authentic readings to enhance literature and grammatical concepts in 20 minute periods.