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Unit Objectives 2 By End of Unit: Students will be able to –Greet people & introduce themselves –Ask basic get-to-know you questions about feelings, birthdays, age, date, & time –Say goodbye to a person –Understand different levels of formality used in Spanish conversations
La Tarea - Homework You will receive a worksheet later in class today After practicing the greetings and good byes in class, translate the short conversations on the back. Due el primero de octubre!!! Sra. Waters3
La Abeja (STINGER) On your Stinger Paper, write your name & today’s date. Translate the conversation to English. If you’re not sure, take your best guess! Susana: Hola. Carlos: Hola. Susana: ¿Cómo te llamas? Carlos: Me llamo Carlos. Susana: Mucho gusto. 4
Lesson Essential Question In what situations do I introduce myself formally & say goodbye formally in Spanish? What is the difference between speaking to an adult vs. another kid in Spanish? I can recognize the difference between formal & informal greetings in Spanish. I can greet & say Goodbye formally & informally in Spanish. Learning Goals for this Lesson 5
Saludos en Español 6 Play 7 Useful Spanish phrases video
Nombres en español If you did not pick a name last class…Choose a Spanish class name from the next slide. Daily attendance will be taken using your Spanish name & your English last name.
Vamos a practicar - Compañeros Please introduce yourself to the 3 people in your group USING the SPANISH phrases we just learned & your NEW SPANISH name!!! Example: A: ¡Hola! Me llamo Diego. ¿Còmo te llamas? B: Me llamo Monica. A: Mucho gusto Monica. – Both people turn to speak to the next person in their group. – 4 minutos 9
Spanish for Dummies Watch 2 videos from Spanish for Dummies. Repeat vocab. After 2 nd video chart the differences between the 2 conversation types. 10
Cuando era Puertorriquena Listen as Señora reads an excerpt from the book Cuando era Puertorriquena by Esmeralda Santiago In this autobiography the author is explaining what it’s like to be a young girl in Puerto Rico. 11
Hola, Hola Music Video Yuhan’s Hola Hola Try listening to Spanish music over the next couple days, you may enjoy it… This song touches on various ways to informally say Hello to someone. As you listen, make notes about the music’s style? About the lyrics? 12
Exit Visa Together let’s list common phrases you use to greet & say goodbye to people in English….. Where are my actors-- Can I have two estudiantes demonstrate in English how you usually greet a friend? A teacher? An elderly person at your place of worship OR at the grocery store? 13 Compare these conversaciones we just saw to ones you heard earlier on the video clips? How are they similar to your experiences? Are there differences?