This is here for the project requirement. I think I’ll remove it for student use.
In order to meet the first two standards, students must be able to pronounce the target language . This is the first step.
This means: The Spanish alphabet and Let’s learn the letters.
Students should be able to describe the similarities and differences between the two alphabets after watching this video.
Students usually like this song. It really sticks in your head. It might be “unproductive” as Julio Foppoli says, but it’s still fun.
This is to practice the pronunciation of the letters in the alphabet.
This goes over the rules of pronunciation quickly but thoroughly.
Here’s where it all comes together. If the student paid attention to the previous slide, he should be able to pronounce these words. By clicking the loud speakers, he can see if his pronunciation is correct.
These are my sources.
El Alfabeto EspañOl Power Point Presentation
Marcia Putt EDIM508<br />Because Spanish is a phonetic language, a good way to start learning it is to begin with the alphabet. This presentation, to be used in a learning center, is designed to introduce students to the letters in Spanish and to provide them with additional practice so that they can learn Spanish pronunciation. <br />
STANDARDS FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING<br />Standard 1.1: Students engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinionsStandard 1.2: Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topicsStandard 4.1: Students demonstrate understanding of the nature of language through comparisons of the language studied and their own<br />
El alfabeto español<br />¡Vamos a aprender las letras !<br />
Empezemos(let’s start)<br />Is the Spanish alphabet the same as our English one? Click the pic<br />
If you don’t agree with Julio Foppoli, try this:<br />Click the pic<br />
Now here’s a little more practice<br />When you click on the link below, you will see the Spanish alphabet. Try to say the letters. If you get stuck, put the cursor over the letter and you will hear the correct pronunciation. <br />Click<br />
Let’sseehow the letterssound(click the pic)<br />
Works Cited<br />A Collaborative Project of ACTFL, A. A.-A. (2008). NATIONAL STANDARDS FOR Foreign Language Education. Retrieved 2009, from ACTFL. org.<br />Foppoli, J. (2009, March 20). YouTube - El Abecedario - The Spanish Alphabet. Retrieved July 5, 2009, from YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGI5L1JZ_WO&feature=fvsr<br />Kristie Wingenbach, J. O. (2001). The Salsa-Riffic World of Spanish: Module 01: Alphabet and Pronunciation. Retrieved July 5, 2009, from Discovery Education Streaming: http://plater.discoveryeducation.com/index.cfm?guidAssetId=753A6D2F-4D10-4DAB-B4E6-156566E3FF7&blnfromsearch=1&productcode=US<br />MacArthur, B. (1999, June). YouTube - this is the spanish alphabet MARCHING SONG. Retrieved July 1, 2009, from YouTube: http://youtube.com/watch?v=PylFepFMTRO<br />Spanish Flashcarda - El alfabeto. (n.d.). Retrieved july 2, 2009, from SpanishSpanish.com: http://www.spanishspanish.com/alfabeto_ipower.html<br />