No PREP - just Project! AUTHENTIC communication activities for Spanish I and II. It encompasses higher Spanish numbers in a Mexican market and in a Spanish store with pictures of authentic country handicrafts and souvenirs. Questions are in a mini-dialog format with student A assuming the role of the "turista" and student B assuming the role of the "vendedor(a)." This question set is a good spring board for class discussions regarding foreign currencies, currency symbols, daily exchange rates, currency conversion, bartering, and popular souvenirs of both Mexico and Spain. Correlates well with numbers in: REALIDADES I 7A; Avancemos I 4.1 and 6.1: Descubre I Lección 6; and Así se Dice 9.2
It includes: (See PREVIEW! Note: Preview does not reflect actual format of product!)
This mini-dialog format aims to get our Spanish language students communicating in a shopping setting in the target language using COMPREHENSIBLE INPUT. It also serves to heighten students' cultural awareness with common shopping phrases as well as some popular crafts and souvenirs of Mexico and Spain.
Questions can be PROJECTED or printed. I will often have my students stand up and engage in the questioning and answering with a partner or with other students in the class.
ACTFL 5C's - Communication Std: 1.1 - Students engage in CONVERSATIONS, obtain and provide information...
Get them talking!
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¡Tres Preguntas! Daily Culture Questions - La Cultura Diaria (230 Slides!)
Three daily cultural questions with authentic PICTURES! It is designed in a PowerPoint format to be used perhaps as a daily warm-up with the intent of providing students with a wide array of Spanish culture questions! (What is the capital of Spain? What is the herb used in Guacamole? What is the name of the ancient city of the Incas located in the Andes of Peru? What Spanish artist painted "Guernica" depicting the Spanish Civil War?) Questions are grouped by Spanish-speaking country and includes a Table of Contents of slides. Also included is a separate category focusing on Spanish HOLIDAY customs.