Spanish I ap curriculum Guide World Languages and Cultures



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RECYCLED/ONGOING TOPICS/STRUCTURES

Dónde está ___? ¿Con quién vas ____? ¿Qué hace en ____? “Ir” + a + place, “Ir” + a + infinitive, Los fines de semana, el



(los) lunes, el (los) martes... Para + infinitive


RESOURCES/ ACTIVITIES



Teachers resources available on http://loudounvision.net/ LCPS Spanish Teacher Exchange

  • “Moo! Spanish My City” from Teacher’s Discovery http://www.teachersdiscovery.com/gp1v1258.html




ASSESSMENTS/ RUBRICS
NOTE: Teachers should use the appropriate rubrics for speaking and writing CPAs*
*Communicative Performance Assessments



Suggested Interpretive Task

Suggested Interpersonal Task

Suggested Presentational Task



  • Read a map of a town and identify places indicated

  • Read a story about going into town




  • Play the role of someone who works at a location in town.

  • Help a customer




  • Sequence pictures to tell a story and write the captions

  • Draw a scene from a favorite place to visit in town and talk about it

  • Draw a map if a city and identify places


AP THEME : FAMILIES AND COMMUNTIES, CONTEMPORARY LIFE, GLOBAL CHALLENGE


AP Topic: Health Issues, Customs and Ceremonies, Nutrition and Food Safety



Recommended pacing: 3 Weeks

(Unit 6 Q3)

Virginia State Foreign Language Standards of Learning for Level :

S 1.1 Students engage in conversations, 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 1.3 Students present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics.

S 2.1 Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the culture studied

S 3.1Students reinforce and further their knowledge of other disciplines through the foreign language

S 3.2Students acquire information and recognize the distinctive viewpoints that are only available through the foreign language and its cultures

S 4.1Students demonstrate understanding of the nature of language through comparisons of the language studied and their own

S 4.2Students demonstrate understanding of the concept of culture through comparisons of the cultures studied and their own.

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

S 5.2 Students show evidence of becoming life-long learners by using the language for personal enjoyment and enrichment.

COMMUNICATION
-Interpersonal -Interpretive
-Presentational


CULTURES/ CONNECTIONS

COMPARISONS/ COMMUNITIES

ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE
(Facts & Skills)





  • Talk about preferences concerning foods and

beverages

  • Talk about eating habits during different meals

  • Talk about table setting and meal customs in

  • Spanish-speaking cultures




  • Listen to and understand information about

food items and restaurants, table settings and

meal customs during breakfast, lunch and dinner



  • Read: recipes for meals and beverages in

Spanish; information about eating habits

during different meals; restaurant menus;

about fruits and vegetables; a restaurant

review



  • Students present the creation of a traditional

dish and its history from their assigned

Spanish speaking country






  • Explain eating habits

  • Interpret etiquette for summoning a server; typical restaurant offerings

  • Explain the variety of foods that are unique to various Spanish speaking countries and the European and African influence.




  • Students are able to recognize through flavor and taste various foods and their proper usages.

  • Students are able to research a recipe for their assigned Spanish speaking country and present to class







  • Students are able to compare and contrast the various activities done in Spanish speaking countries to their own.

  • Students compare and contrast the various eating habits amongst Spanish speaking countries and the United States.




  • Students are able to order food in Spanish at a Spanish speaking restaurant.







  • Talk about food (breakfast/lunch/dinner/beverages) and discuss what they like and don’t like.

  • Talk about what food is healthy and how food tastes.

  • Discuss ways of staying healthy and good eating habits.

  • Conjugate regular –er and –ir verbs (comer, beber, compartir).

(No) Me gusta(n), Me encanta(n), ¿Qué prefieres? Prefiero_______. ¡Qué + adj!



Para mantener la salud, en el desayuno, en el almuerzo, en la cena




USEFUL VOCABULARY



Q3/c.3A-B: Food and Health










BEBIDAS/FRUTAS

LA COMIDA

VERBOS

OTRAS PALABRAS Y EXPRESIONES

bebidas

verduras

el helado
icecream

¿te gusta?
Do you like it?

¡qué asco!
How aweful!

el agua
water

el aguacate
avocado

el relleno
filling

abierto
opened

¿por qué?
Why?

el café
coffee

el apio
celery

el sándwich
sandwich

bajar de peso
to loose weight

¿verdad?
Right?

el chocolate
chocolate

el brócoli
broccoli

el yogur
yogurt

beber
to drink

agrio
bitter/sour

el jugo
juice

el champiñón
mushroom

la pizza
pizza

caminar
to walk

bebidas hidratantes
hydrating drinks

el refresco
beverage

el maíz
corn

la sopa
soup

cerrado
closed

bueno
good

el té
tea

el pimiento
green pepper

la tortilla de huevos
omellet

comer
to eat

bueno para la salud
good for the health

el té caliente
hot tea

el tomate
tomato

las galletas
cookies

compartir
to share

cada día
each day

el té helado
iced tea

la calabaza
pumpkin

las papas fritas
french fries

comprender
to understand

calorías
calories

jugo de……(naranja)
(orange…juice)

la cebolla
onion

los huevos
eggs

creer
to believe

con
with

la leche
milk

la ensalada
salad

los panqueques
pancakes

dar
to give

dulce
sweet

la limonada
limonade

la lechuga
lettuce

los pasteles
cakes

deber
must/should

el almuerzo
lunch

la soda
soda

la zanahoria
carrot

condimentos

desear
to want/to wish

el desayuno
breakfast

frutas

las espinacas
spinach

la mantequilla
butter

hacer ejercicio
to do exercise

el postre
dessert

el coco
cocunut

las judías verdes
green beans

la mayonesa
mayonaise

hacer
to do / to make

enfermo
sick

el limón
lemon

las papas
potatoes

la crema
cream

levantar pesas
to lift weights

hambre
hunger

el mango
mango

las verduras/los vegetales
vegetables

la mermelada
jelly

los deportes
sports

horrible
horrible

el melocotón/el durazno
peach

los espárragos
asparagus

la mostaza
mustard

los ejercicios
exercises

la cena
dinner

el plátano/banana
banana

los guisantes
peas

la pimienta
pepper

me duele la barriga
my stomack hurts

la dieta
diet

ensalada de frutas
fruit salad

granos

la sal
salt

me duele
it hurts me

la merienda
snack

la cereza
cherry


el arroz
rice

la salsa de tomate
tomato sauce

me encanta(n)
I love…(not a person)

la salud
health

la ciruela
prune

el cereal
cereal

el azúcar
sugar

me gusta(n)
I like

malo para la salud
bad for the health

la frambuesa
raspberry

el espagueti
spaghetti

carnes

no me gusta(n)
I don't like

malo/mala
bad

la manzana
apple

el pan tostado
toast

la carne
meat

pedir
to ask for

más o menos
more or less

la naranja
orange

el pan
bread

el bistec
beefsteak

practicar
to practice

nunca
never

la papaya
papaya

la avena
oatmeal

el pollo
chicken

preferir
to prefer

picante
spicy

la pera
pear

la pasta
pasta

las salchichas
sausages

preparar
to prepare

por su puesto
of course

la sandía
watermelon

los frijoles
beans

el tocino
bacon

subir de peso
to gain weight

porque
because

la toronja
grapefruit

los granos
grains

el jamón
ham

tener hambre
to be hungry

proteínas
proteins

las fresas
stawberries

 

la hamburguesa
hamburger

tener
to have

rico
delicious

las frutas
fruits

 

el perro caliente
hot dog

traer
to bring

sabroso
tasty

las uvas verdes/rojas
green/red grapes

 

mariscos

 

salado
salty




 

el pescado
fish

 

saludable
healthy

 

 

los mariscos
seafood

 

sano
healthy

 

 

 

 

siempre
always

 

 

 

 

sin
without

 

 

 

 

todos los días
every day




RECYCLED/ONGOING TOPICS/STRUCTURES

Saludos, el clima, el calendario, la hora, los números, las actividades, vocabulario relacionado con

la personalidad, el horario escolar, interrogativos.



RESOURCES/ ACTIVITIES



Teachers resources available on http://loudounvision.net/ LCPS Spanish Teacher Exchange

  • “Moo! Spanish Ordering Food” from Teacher’s Discovery http://www.teachersdiscovery.com/gp1v1259.html

  • Food manipulatives




ASSESSMENTS/ RUBRICS
NOTE: Teachers should use the appropriate rubrics for speaking and writing CPAs*
*Communicative Performance Assessments


Suggested Interpretive Task

Suggested Interpersonal Task

Suggested Presentational Task



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