Spanish I ap curriculum Guide World Languages and Cultures



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Quarter 2

Unit 3B
USEFUL VOCABULARY



About Clothing

Types of Fabrics

Describing Clothing

About Specific Items

Other Useful Words and Phrases

el abrigo

¿De qué está hecho (a)?

accesible

ese/esa

¿Cómo me/te queda(n)?

el suéter

está hecho (a) de…

el estilo

esos/esas

me/te queda(n) bien/mal

el traje

algodón

la marca

este/esta

apretado (a)

el traje de baño

cuero

la talla

estos/estas

exagerado (a)

el vestido

lana

el número

los/las dos

flojo (a)

la blusa

seda

estar de moda

un/una

llevar

la camisa

tejido

pasado (a) de moda

unos/unas

pensar (e-ie)

la camiseta

tela sintética

nuevo (a)




preferir (e-ie)

la chaqueta




viejo (a)




querer (e-ie)

la falda

Colores:

bonito (a)




quizás

la gorra

claro (a)

feo (a)




tener razón

la sudadera

de sólo un color

corto (a)




escoger

las botas

de un sólo color

largo (a)




¿Qué te parece?

los calcetines

oscuro (a)

elegante




me parece que…

los jeans

pastel

la talla




me gusta

los pantalones

vivo (a)

pequeña







los pantalones cortos




mediano (a)







los zapatos

Patrones:

grande







el calzado

de puntitos

extra grande







la corbata

floreado (a)










los guantes

rallado (a) / de rayas, a rayas










el sombrero













la bufanda

















RECYCLED/ONGOING TOPICS/STRUCTURES

General review: stem changing verbs pensar, querer, preferir; indefinite articles, body parts; adjective/noun agreement

New grammar: Demonstrative adjectives; verb quedar to express fit.



RESOURCES/ ACTIVITIES


Realidades I (Chapter 7A), Realidades II (Chapter 2 A), Selecciones, Spanish television (audio and visual), newspaper advertisements,

authentic clothing items for comparisons, photos/ slideshow of clothing, fashion magazines, practice workbook parts I & II, audio and video CDs.




ASSESSMENTS/ RUBRICS

NOTE: Teachers should use the appropriate PALS rubrics for speaking and writing IPAs.


Suggested Interpretive Task

Suggested Interpersonal Task

Suggested Presentational Task




Design a clothing item or a fashion according to seasons/weather and/or body parts

Give a speech on fashion design





Quarter 2

UNIT 4: De Compras, Shopping and Prices

AP THEME: Contemporary Life, Global Challenges

AP SUBTHEME: Advertising and Marketing, Economic Issues

Recommended pacing: 4 weeks

Teachers need to appropriate the number of lessons to the caliber of students in the class so long as they are being given opportunities to meet the objectives of the unit.

Virginia State Foreign Language Standards of Learning for Level :
S 1.1 Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions

S 1.2 Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics

S 3.1 Students reinforce and further their knowledge of other disciplines

S 5.1 Students use Spanish both within and beyond the school setting




COMMUNICATION
-Interpersonal -Interpretive


-Presentational

CULTURES/ CONNECTIONS

COMPARISONS/ COMMUNITIES

ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE
(Facts & Skills)



INTERPERSONAL MODE:

• Maintain a discussion related to shopping for clothing, gifts, and accessories in the preterite tense.

• Discuss and/or debate a variety of stores.

Express opinions and react to

store advertisements

clothing materials

gifts and accessories

pricing
INTERPRETIVE MODE:

• Demonstrate comprehension of content from authentic audio visual texts relating to shopping, clothes, gifts, and accessories in the preterite tense.

• Evaluate and interpret authentic store advertisements.


PRESENTATIONAL MODE:

• Produce an oral or written report on traditional gifts of Spanish-speaking countries.

• Produce an oral or written presentation reflecting current trends and/or attitudes in society related to going to the mall.



CULTURES:
• Discuss the importance of specialty shops in Spanish-speaking countries.
• Cross Curricular- Reinforce mathematics skills.
• Reinforce knowledge of geography.
CONNECTIONS:

• Make connections between historical contexts and current attitudes towards fashion and shopping.

• Make connections between clothing prices in Spanish-speaking countries and the U.S.



COMPARISONS:

• Compare and contrast specialty shops.


• Compare and contrast traditional currencies from Spanish speaking countries to the U.S.
COMMUNITIES:

• Explore local stores that sell products from Spanish-speaking countries in your own community.


• Identify local Spanish speaking communities and cultural events.

Describe Events in the Past


Talk about:

Shopping and clothing

Gifts and accessories

Type of stores

Prices

Events in the past tense


Vocabulary:

Shopping


Gift and accessories

Places to shop

Prices/Numbers
Grammar:

Preterite tense for regular verbs, and –car/-gar/-zar endings

Direct object pronouns

Demonstrative adjectives



Using adjectives as nouns
Understand cultural perspectives on gift-giving and shopping in Spanish-speaking countries.


Quarter 2

Unit 4
USEFUL VOCABULARY



Shopping Places

Gifts and Accessories

Prices/Numbers

Sales and Purchases

Verbs Related to Shopping

Other Useful Words and Phrases

el almacén

el bolsa / la bolsa

¿Cuánto cuesta(n)…?

¿En qué puedo servirle?

comprar

¿Cuándo?

el centro comercial

el llavero

costar (o-ue)

la caja

buscar

ayer

el mercado

el monedero

el dólar

la caja registradora

encontrar (o-ue)

anteayer / antier

la joyería

la billetera

el euro

el/la dependiente

anunciar

anoche

la librería

la cartera

el peso

el cajero / la cajera

entrar

la semana pasada

la zapatería

el portafolio

las monedas

el cajero automático

gastar

el año pasado

la tienda

el regalo

los billetes

el cheque (personal)

mirar

el pasado

la tienda de descuentos

el anillo

el precio

el cheque de viajero

pagar (por)

recientemente

la tienda de electrodomésticos

la pulsera

cien

el cupón de regalo

probarse

inmediatamente

la tienda de ropa

el reloj

doscientos (as)

en efectivo

regatear

abierto (a)

las tiendas de especialidades (pescadería, panadería, frutería)

el reloj de pulsera

trescientos (as)

la tarjeta de crédito

vender

cerrado (a)

las tiendas departamentales

los aretes

cuatrocientos (as)

en descuento




la entrada

la Red

el collar

quinientos (as)

el descuento




la salida

¿Dónde?

la cadena

seiscientos (as)

la ganga




el letrero




el perfume

setecientos (as)

la liquidación




el marcado




los anteojos / las gafas de sol

ochocientos (as)

la oferta




¡Uf!




el disco compacto

novecientos (as)

alto (a)




perdón




un videojuego

cientos

bajo (a)




¡Vamos!




el software / el programa de computadora

mil

barato (a)




en realidad




el teléfono celular




caro (a)




me/te importa (n)










mucho




hace + time expression










poco
















tanto
















tan + adjetivo













Quarter 2

Unit 4
RECYCLED/ONGOING TOPICS/STRUCTURES

Review of: location and position words (a la derecha de, a la izquierda de, al lado de, cerca de, delante de, detrás de, lejos de); hace + time expressions

New Grammar: Regular preterite tense, including “-car”, “-gar”, and “-zar” verbs; direct object pronouns; demonstrative adjectives; and using adjectives as nouns.



RESOURCES/ ACTIVITIES



Realidades I (Chapter 7B), Realildades II (2B), newspaper articles/advertisements, authentic clothing items for ”purchasing”, store advertisements, radio or television advertisements.


ASSESSMENTS/ RUBRICS

NOTE: Teachers should use the appropriate PALS rubrics for speaking and writing IPAs.


Suggested Interpretive Task

Suggested Interpersonal Task

Suggested Presentational Task

Create a chart to compare and contrast places in which you buy gifts (internet, department stores, electronic stores, specialty stores).

Listen to an advertisement on the radio for a clothing store that is going out of business, and answer true and false questions about what you hear.




Perform a skit as a sales clerk and a customer.

Describe back to school shopping experiences.

Create an open-air market for different countries and have students “shop” and talk about preferences and pricing


Create a TV or radio ad for a store.

Create a poster to illustrate and describe things you bought for your boyfriend or girlfriend.

Write an email to a friend describing what you bought at the mall.



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