Presentation on theme: "¿Sabes tú?Para leer… El desayuno From the popular churros and hot chocolate in Spain to the pan dulce served in many countries, a wide variety of foods."— Presentation transcript:
¿Sabes tú?Para leer… El desayuno From the popular churros and hot chocolate in Spain to the pan dulce served in many countries, a wide variety of foods can be found on the breakfast table in the Spanish-speaking world. Most often, people prefer a light breakfast of bread or a roll, coffee or tea, and possibly juice. Items such as cereal, eggs, ham, or sausage are less common. In Spain you can ask for a desayuno americano. What do you think you would be served? Frutas y verduras During winter, the U.S. imports a wide range of fruits from Chile such as cherries, peaches, and grapes. When you purchase grapes from a supermarket in January, look to see if they have a label that says Producto de Chile or importado de Chile.
Modelo: A¿Qué te gusta más, la comida mexicana o la comida italiana? BMe gusta más la comida italiana. o:No me gusta ni la comida mexicana ni la comida italiana. o:Me gusta la comida italiana pero me encanta la comida mexicana. AA mí también. o: A mí me gusta la comida ______________. o:A mí tampoco.
135 Completion of Task How easily you are understood Your ability to keep the conversation going. Nombre Clase Tema 3A Speaking Assessement
135 Completion of TaskYou ask or answer two questions during the conversation. You ask or answer three questions during the conversation. You ask or answer four or more questions during the conversation. How easily you are understood You are extremely difficult to understand. Your teacher could only recognize isolated words and phrases. You are understandable, but have frequent errors in vocabulary and/or grammar that hinder your comprehensibility. You are easily understood. Your teacher does not have to decide what you are trying to say. Your ability to keep the conversation going. You provide no conversational response or follow- up to what your partner says. You provide frequent response or follow-up to what your partner says. You always provide a response to your partner, listen and ask follow-up questions or volunteer additional information.