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Week 2 sp 1 updated 2013

  1. 1. Week 2 Sp 1 commands/countries/capitals/ greetings
  2. 2. Para Pensar 12.8.13 Imagine you’re participating in a summer program in Costa Rica. Read each of the following situations. Then choose the most appropriate expression: hasta mañana, buenos días, hola, chao, or buenas tardes 1. It’s 9:30 a.m. and you’re down in the kitchen, getting a glass of juice. Your host grandmother, a very proper Costa Rican woman, walks in. You say, “______, Señora.” 2. After a long day of sightseeing in San Jose, you’re ready to go to sleep. You get up from the couch and say to your host family, “______.” 3. You’re host brother, Andres, is on his way to his summer job at the bank. You luckily, aren’t going with him. As he leaves, you say, “!_________, Andres!” 4. On your way home from class, you run into a cute classmate, you call out, “_________” 5. You’re tired of walking in the afternoon heat. You hail a cab. When you get in, you say, “_________, señor.”
  3. 3. Para Pensar 12.8.13  Use the spanish alphabet to write some of the different Spanish speaking countries and capitals. 1. ele-a pe-a-zeta __ __ __ __ __ 2. eme-a-de-ere-i-de __ __ __ __ __ __ 3. a-ese-u-ene-ce-i-o-ene __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 4. ese-a-ene-te-i-a-ge-o __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 5. ese-a-ene jota-o-ese-e __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 6. be-e-ele-eme-o-pe-a-ene __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 7. eme-o-ene-te-e-uve-i-de-e-o __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 8. ele-i-eme-a __ __ __ __ 9. cu-u-i-te-o __ __ __ __ __ 10. ge-u-a-te-e-eme-a-ele-a __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 11. te-e-ge-u-ce-i-ge-a-ele-pe-a __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 12. be-o-ge-o-te-a __ __ __ __ __ __
  4. 4. El orden del día Para Pensar Repaso— introducciones/saludos Vocabulario nuevo: mandatos y frases boleto
  5. 5. Frases Mandatos Mandatos y frases de la clase  Yo necesito: I need  Repite, por favor: repeat, please  Gracias: thank you  De nada: you’re welcome  Tengo una (pregunta): I have a (question)  Como se dice____ en español: how do you say____ in spanish  Otra vez, por favor: Once more, please  Con permiso: excuse me  Más despacio, por favor: Slowly, please  Oraciones completas: complete sentences  Siéntate: sit  Levántate: stand  Levanta la mano: raise your hand  Saca una hoja de papel: take out a sheet of paper  Pon sus cosas/libros debajo de los pupitres: put your things/books under the desks  Abre los libros: open your books  Cierre los libros: close your books  Atención: attention  Escucha: listen
  6. 6. Boleto In your opinion…What 2 phrases and 2 commands (4 in all) are going to be very important.
  7. 7. Para Pensar 13.8.13 Take a sheet of colored paper from the table, you will be making a sign using the commands and phrases… You will be using the command or phrase the correlates with your seat number. If your seat number is even choose a phrase and if your seat number is odd choose a command.
  8. 8. El orden del día Para pensar Mini lección: Porqué el español? Crucigrama… Boleto
  9. 9. ¿Porqué el Español?  Learning Spanish is necessary to keep pace with popular culture.  Learning Spanish is actually a medical device!  For many, learning Spanish is rapidly becoming a business necessity.  Spanish, Spanish everywhere.  Learning Spanish will (truly) expand your universe.  Knowing Spanish will completely transform your travel experience.  Knowing how to speak Spanish will enable you to help others.  There are reasons to learn language for language's sake.  Learning Spanish will allow you to better appreciate Hispanic cultural contributions.  Learning Spanish is fun!  Top Ten Reasons to learn Spanish
  10. 10. Boleto Which of the reason to learn spanish mean the most to you?
  11. 11. Para Pensar 14.8.13 Take a MAP worksheet from the back table and start to fill out as much as you can. Entrega la crucigrama Turn in the crossword
  12. 12. El orden del día Para pensar El mapa: hoja de trabajo Mini lección: influence of spanish language Boleto
  13. 13. Mini Lección: Influence of Spanish Language…  Spanish is the second most used language in the United States.  There are more Spanish speakers in the United States than there are speakers of Chinese, French, Italian, Hawaiian, and the Native American languages combined.  According to the 2009 American Community Survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau, Spanish is the primary language spoken at home by over 35.5 million people aged five or older.  There are 45 million Hispanics who speak Spanish as a first or second language, as well as six million Spanish students, composing the largest national Spanish-speaking community outside of Mexico.
  14. 14. Boleto  ¿Cuál es la capital de México?  ¿Cuál es la capital de Argentina?  ¿Cuál es la capital de Cuba?  ¿Cuál es la capital de España?
  15. 15. Para Pensar 15.8.13  ¿Cuál es la capital de México?  ¿Cuál es la capital de Argentina?  ¿Cuál es la capital de Cuba?  ¿Cuál es la capital de España?  ¿Cómo te llamas?  ¿Cómo estás?
  16. 16. El orden del día Para pensar Países, banderas y capitales: hoja de trabajo Mini lecciones: apellidos Boleto
  17. 17. What is an apellido? When you are introduced to some Spanish-speaking people, it is imporant to understand how they use last names. Spanish speakers uusally have more than one apellido or last name. Apellido paterno: the first last name comes from the father's last name. Apellido materno: is the mother's maiden name. A person always identifies him or herself by the paternal last name.
  18. 18. GABRIEL CRUZ RODRIGUEZ CRUZ (FATHER’S LAST NAME) Rodriguez (mother’s last name) sometimes you would see the name like: gabriel cruz y rodriguez LET’S LOOK AT AN EXAMPLE:
  19. 19. SO WHAT? Suppose Gabriel Cruz Rodriguez marries Sarita Sanchez Gonzalez. After the wedding, Sarita would normally drop her maternal last name…which would be? ____________________ And add her husband's last name to that of her father. She would now be called: Sarita ____________ de ____________. Sarita Sanchez de Cruz
  20. 20. Boleto ¿Cómo te llamas? ¿Cómo estás? ¿Cuál es la capital de Puerto Rico? ¿Cuál es la capital de Bolivia?
  21. 21. Para Pensar 16.8.13  ¿Cuál es la capital de Guatemala?  ¿Cuál es la capital de Honduras?  ¿Si o no?, la capital de Perú es Santiago.  ¿Cuál es la capital de Chile?  ¿Cuál es la capital de México?
  22. 22. El orden del día Para Pensar Repaso de saludos Actividad con saludos Boleto
  23. 23. Boleto Espero que tengan un buen fin de semana!

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