*PowerPoint presentation, 9 pages
*Basic hot chocolate recipes (IN SPANISH) from Argentina, Mexico & Guatemala, 3 slides each
*First slide for each country lists the ingredients needed and the directions.
*2nd slide for each country is a copy of the first slide, but as a cloze activity
*3rd slide for each country has a list of the missing vocab that can be used as a help for the 2nd slide
I used these as a culminating activity (a small IPA) for my 3 levels. Spanish 2 had been studying Mexico, 3 - Argentina and 4 - Guatemala. We were ending a small food/restaurant unit and had already studied many of the words in the recipes, along with commands. I projected the first slide of whichever country my level had studied. We read through the recipe together and discussed it a bit. I then passed out a copy of the 2nd slide (the cloze activity) and also projected it. The kids worked in partners/groups trying to remember what the missing words were (from reading through the recipe just a few minutes ago). When they got as far as they could, I passed out a copy of the 3rd slide and they used it as a help to finish the activity.
The next day, using the recipe they filled in the day before, the students made authentic hot chocolate using all of the ingredients and equipment needed!!