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1The Subjunctive El subjuntivo Students will go online and do a research on“ Querida Abby” Dear Abby.Students will choose 2 letters.Students will write at least 5 advice to the people who wrote the letters using the subjunctive.Turn in these to the teacher for corrections.
2Writing InstructionsStudents must include some of the following verbs or expressions.The teacher will check and grade their writing part.
3Verbos de… Influencias sugerir (ie, i) recomendar (ie) aconsejar pedir (i, i) requerir (ie) exigir permitir prohibir insistir rogar (ue)Emocion alegrarse de temer tener miedo sentir (ie, i) esperar enfadarse de enojarse de preocuparse de estar triste / alegre / sorprenderse
4Verbos de… Duda/de negación dudar no creer negar (ie) no pensar (ie) Con el indicativo pensar (ie)no dudar creer
5Expresiones impersonales es bueno / maloes necesarioes importantees imposiblees probablees increíblees posiblees precisoes ridículoes rarocon el indicativoes verdades ciertoes seguroes obvioes evidenteparece que
6Avatar Students will go to voki.com and create an Avatar. After creating an Avatar, the students will act like “Querida Abby” and give advice to the people using the Avatar.Students will post their responds on voki.com and also send an to the teacher.
7Voki’s PresentationsUpon completion the teacher will present their voki’s to the class.
8NC STANDARD COURSE OF STUDY HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL IIIStrands: Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing
9COMPETENCY GOAL 1 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION The learner will engage in conversation and exchange information and opinions orally and in writing in the target language.Objectives1.01 Give advice to others. Interact using original thoughts orally and in writing by employing increasingly complex structures and expanded vocabulary in present, past, and future times Express preferences, feelings, emotions, and opinions giving supporting details orally and in writing Increase use of culturally acceptable vocabulary, idiomatic expressions, and gestures
10COMPETENCY GOAL 2: INTERPRETIVE COMMUNICATION The learner will understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics in the target language.Objectives2.01 Demonstrate understanding of a wide range of oral and written idiomatic expressions, phrases, sentences and passages Demonstrate understanding of oral and written questions relating to familiar and less familiar topics Read and interpret authentic materials (e.g., selected short stories, poetry and other literary works, articles, personal correspondence, and simple technical material).
11COMPETENCY GOAL 3: PRESENTATIONAL COMMUNICATION The learner will present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in the target language.Objectives3.02 Compose and present stories, poems, and skits Compose messages, announcements, notes, advertisements, postcards, or simple letters beyond personal experiences3.05 Summarize and interpret information from authentic material orally and in writing.
12COMPETENCY GOAL 6: CONNECTIONS The learner will acquire, reinforce, and further his/her knowledge of other disciplines through the foreign language6.01 Acquire and process information from a variety of sources in the target language about a topic which is common to other disciplines.
13Seventy First High School The EndPresented by:Milagros HernándezSeventy First High SchoolSpanish III