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Approaches Teaching Spanish

by: Dr. Hope Klocko

Approaches Teaching Spanish SPAN 400

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Dr. Hope Klocko

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Lily Goetz

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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Dr. Hope Klocko on Tuesday October 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to SPAN 400 at Longwood University taught by Lily Goetz in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see /class/222417/span-400-longwood-university in Spanish at Longwood University.


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Date Created: 10/13/15
Day One A Planning Phase I Content a ContextTheme Asking and telling one s name greeting asking and telling how someone 1s b Objectives 1 The student will be able to ask how someone is and state how they are 2 The student will be able to describe pictures from the target country 3 The student will be able to produce questionsvocabulary terms with correct pronunciation 4 The student will be able to understand the difference between formal and informal usage 5 The student will be able to engage in basic conversation with peers while applying vocabulary terms 6 The student will be able to compare the different manners of greeting others in the Spanish community with that of their own 7 Students will be able to evaluate a native speaker s conversation c Standards Addressed 1 National Standards Communication Cultures Connections Comparisons Communities 2 Virginia Standards SI11 SI22 SI31 SI51 SI72 SI82 SI10 II Learners Considering that this lesson would be the very first Spanish lesson for these Spanish I students they might not have a lot of background knowledge pertaining to this subject They will probably enter the classroom with very basic skills such as iHola and LComo te llamas They also might have a particular perception or stereotypical view about the Hispanic culture and my job will be to present them with a positive introduction to the Spanish language which is the basis of the culture B Teaching Phase III Activities a Setting the Stage 20mins l The students turn to page 4 and 5 of their textbooks They will see a picture ofa plaza in La Puerta del Sol Madrid In this picture they will see an area filled with people teenagers greeting each other apartments a bus etc Using the picture students will respond orally to the following questions How are these teenagers greeting each other Where in this plaza would you try to meet a friend and Based on the photo what do you think Madrid is like 2 After viewing the photo I will give the students an overview of what will be covered during this particular lesson I will also play Flamenco music and show them authentic materials such as casta uelas pictures of Flamenco dancers etc E b Providing Input Engaging Learners 30 mins 1 The students will focus on pages 6 and 8 of their textbooks On these pages they see pictures with dialogue boxes as well as a chart that states how to state their name how to ask someone their name and how to ask and say who someone is how to greet others and express how they are feeling These pages also illustrate the difference between formal and informal uses I will teach this vocabulary by displaying it on an overhead projector modeling the pronunciation and using gestures to articulate the meaning of the wordsphrases and then having them repeat The students will engage in the learning process by using the vocabulary presented to develop a small conversation For example I will say iHola LComo estan And they will respond with bien mal regular etc I will also ask them their names Example LComo te llamas and they will respond Me llamo To reinforce LComo se llama Quien es etc which might be somewhat confusing to them I will hold up photos of celebrities and ask JQuien es or Como se llama ellael and they can respond using ElElla es or ElElla se llama N E 4 V39 Using pages 1617 I will explain the different ways of greetings displayed in the Hispanic Culture Example Men who are close will often greet each other with a firm hug or pats on the back Women and men who have personal friendships often greet with a kiss Then they will compare the greetings of the Hispanic culture to their own 6 Students will view a video which illustrates the manner of greeting within the Hispanic community ie Spain c Guided Practice 10 mins 1 Students listen to two audio segments In the first exercise they will have to decide if the people who are speaking are a asking someone s name or b giving a name In the second segment they will have to decide if the people they hear are a greeting each other or b asking each other how they are doing 2 After the audio is played we will discuss the answers as a class d Extension 15 mins 1 After the students have gained their confidence using the vocabulary and phrases at a group level I will ask them to complete the interaction in front of the class e Closure 15 mins 1 We will review what was discussed 2 Activity illustrated in the Engaging Learners section 2 I will explain how this lesson will be related to the upcoming lesson in which they will apply the vocabulary and phrases that they have learned to describe where they are from and to state where someone else is from I will assign homework page 7 Exercises 2 and 3 page 8 Exercise 6 E C Re ection Phase NA


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