2Our Statement of Inquiry: “Pastimes, such as music, are representations of the constant transformation of culture over time.”[You should write that down. And think about it. What does that even mean?]
3Guiding Questions:What are some common musical genres in Spanish-speaking countries?What are some common pastimes that we are familiar with?What vocabulary do we need to describe pastimes and music in Spanish?What is the purpose of pastimes and music?What are the possible uses of music, and which, if any, are the most valuable?Do all musical genres and traditions have equal cultural value?
4What is the purpose of pastimes? Think about it...What is the purpose of pastimes?of music?
5Where are we headed?In this unit, you’ll be working on the following skills...Objective C: Communicating in response to spoken, written and visual textsI: Respond appropriately to spoken, written and visual texts in a range of familiar and some unfamiliar situations.II: Engage in rehearsed and unrehearsed exchanges to share exchanges on topics of personal and global significance.III: Express ideas and feelings, and communicate information in simple and complex texts, in familiar and unfamiliar situations.IV: Communicate with a sense of audience and purpose.
6¡Un poquito de…música!Van a escribir algunas observaciones. Escribe en tu organizador lo siguiente:¿Quién canta? Who is singing? Un hombre, una mujer, muchos hombres y mujeres…¿De dónde es la música? Es de ________¿Cómo es la música? Es …¿Cuáles instrumentos tocan? Tocan…¿Te gusta?