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What did you learn about Spain?
Write it in a piece of paper. Neat and Clear please
What need vocabulary have you learned? take notes
Using your notebook, answer in English the following questions:
1. Describe Churros
2. What do they eat churros with?
3. What other country eats churros in North America?
4. What is Pastelería in English?
Assigned a specific Spanish-speaking country and using the Spanish language, students will design a trip which includes the important cultural and physical aspects of this country.
Part 1: Brochure
1. Work in groups of 2-3 no more, please.
2. Select your Spanish speaking country.
3. Search for the follow information: (write in English... remember, no copy and paste)
3.1 Local currency.
3.2 Transportation and cost (put the price in your country currency and then put it in dollars) http://www.oanda.com/currency/converter/ ( use this link to convert your currency)
3.3 Typical food and clothing.
3.4 Famous cities, tourist places, activities.
4. Present your brochure in front of the class.
Part 2: Role play in Spanish
1. Role play is an oral report to deliver this your information (brochure) in front of the class. Each group will talk for approximately 1- 1.5 minutes making sure to cover each given topic.
2. Ideas for your role play: (Use the vocabulary we learned in class)
2.1 Travel agency
2.2 Airport (buying products, lost luggage)
2.3 At the customs
3. During the role play, the audience will have a passport where you will create a bingo card with Spanish vocabulary you think are going to hear from your classmates.
Part 3: Last part ( I promise)
1. After all groups are done presenting, each student will choose which country they would most want to visit and explain his/her reasons in a short essay written at home in English.
Ask Profe for Rubrics
some ideas took it from Bonnie Edgar
Source: other people and myself