9.11.12 lección

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9.11.12 lección

  1. 1. Español I – Sr. Johnstonmartes, el once de septiembre de 2012 9/11/12
  2. 2. Para empezar 11 de septiembre de 20121. Write down Tarea (HW) in Agenda: – Complete HW worksheet, due Tuesday, 9/122. In your notebook, title a page: Para empezar: 9/11/12• Answer these questions:• Why is it useful to know Spanish?• List any five popular jobs/volunteer positions for teens.• If you were hiring, would you prefer a teenager who speaks Spanish? Why?• For which jobs would it be really useful to know Spanish?Time for activity: 11:00-11:10am
  3. 3. Class Discussion
  4. 4. Major languages
  5. 5. Vocabulario, 9/11/12• Hola - hello• Buenos días - good morning• Buenas tardes - good afternoon• Buenas noches - good night/evening• ¿Cómo te llamas? - What is your name?• Me llamo… - My name is…• ¿Y tú? - and you?• ¿Cómo estás? - how are you?• (muy) bien/mal/regular - (very) good/mal/regular• Mucho gusto - nice to meet you• Igualmente - likewise/same here
  6. 6. Tú versus Usted (Ud.)• Usted (you, in English) is used to show respect to the listener.Common uses for tú: Common uses for usted:friends elderscousins priests/rabbisfamily parents teachers officers/firefighters
  7. 7. Vocabulario, 9/11/12• ¿Cómo se llama usted? -What is your name? (formal)• ¿Cómo está usted? -How are you? (formal)• ¿Qué tal? -What’s up?• ¿De dónde eres? -Where are you from?• ¿De dónde es usted? -Where are you from? (frml)• Yo soy de…(Boston). -I am from…(Boston).• ¿Y usted? -And you? (formal)• Hasta luego -See you later• Hasta pronto -See you soon
  8. 8. Vocabulario, 9/11/12 (Last slide for vocabulary!)• Sí - yes• No - no• O - or• Adiós - Goodbye• Señor - Mr./Sir• Señora - Mrs./Ms.• Señorita - Miss
  9. 9. ¡Actividad!• How would you greet someone at: – 6 AM – 9 PM – 8:30 AM – 2 PM – 12:30 PM – 11 PMOjo: Buenos días, buenas tardes, buenas noches
  10. 10. Speed Dating• Round 1: – Greet each other (buenos días, tardes, etcétera) – Ask each other what his/her name is – Ask how they are – Tell each other it is nice to meet him/her – Say good bye (adiós, hasta luego, etcétera)
  11. 11. Speed Dating• Round 2: – Greet each other (buenos días, tardes, etcétera) – Ask each other what his/her name is – Ask each other where he/she is from – Tell each other it is nice to meet him/her – Say good bye (adiós, hasta luego, etcétera)
  12. 12. Speed Dating• Round 3: – Same as Round 2, but this time, pick a new country of origin (where you’re from) See MAP 
  13. 13. Speed Dating• Final Round! – Greet and speak each other showing respect by using and the phrases that go with it. – You can ask your partner his/her name, how he/she is doing, and where he/she is from.
  14. 14. ¡No olviden hacer su tarea!• 9.11.12• Español I – Johnston• Tarea (HW)•• Answer the following questions in Spanish:• Responde a las siguientes preguntas en español:•• 1. How do you greet someone in the morning?•• 2. How do you greet someone in the afternoon?•• 3. How do you greet someone in the evening/at night?••• Reply the following conversation, then reply sí or no to the statements.•• Profesora: Buenas tardes. Me llamo Señora Guzmán. ¿Y tú?•• Estudiante: Me llamo Ana María Hernández. Mucho gusto.•• Profesora: Igualmente. ¿De dónde eres? ¿De los Estados Unidos?•• Estudiante: No, soy de Costa Rica. ¿Es usted de Argentina o de Chile?•• Profesora: Soy de Uruguay. Adiós, Ana María. Hasta luego.•• Estudiante: Adiós, profesora.•• a. The people in the dialogue know each other.•• b. The teacher is a woman.•• c. We know the last names of both people.•• d. The student is from the United States.• DUE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2012

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