Spanish I ap curriculum Guide World Languages and Cultures



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  • Create a skit that demonstrate knowledge of vocabulary

  • Identify pictures of vocabulary with simple word responses

  • Generate questions about the food eaten at home

  • Interview a classmate about their favorite meals

  • Role play a parent and a child during meal time

  • Make suggestions for future meals





AP THEME : CONTEMPORARY LIFE, GLOBAL CHALLENGES


AP Topic: Health Issues, Leisure, Holidays and Celebrations



Recommended pacing: 3 Weeks

(Unit 7 Q3)

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

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

5.1: Students use the language both within and beyond the school setting.




COMMUNICATION
-Interpersonal -Interpretive
-Presentational


CULTURES/ CONNECTIONS

COMPARISONS/ COMMUNITIES

ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE
(Facts & Skills)





  • Learn how to read a menu

  • Order a meal in a restaurant

  • Ask to have something brought out to you

  • Table settings, meal customs

  • Listen to and understand information about

food items and restaurants, table settings and

meal customs during breakfast, lunch and dinner







  • Explain eating habits

  • Go to Hispanic food section of a grocery store and make a list of foods available




habits


  • Discover the local availability of foods from Spanish-speaking

countries




  • Going to a restaurant with your family

  • Order food in a restaurant.

  • Say they’re missing

something.

  • Talk about how food tastes.

  • Discuss breakfast, lunch, dinner, beber,

ages and preferences.

Describe table settings







USEFUL VOCABULARY



Q3/c5B: El Restaurante/Introducción a la familia













EL RESTAURANTE

LA MESA

LA COMIDA

 

VERBOS

OTRAS PALABRAS Y EXPRESIONES

 

el baño
bathroom

el cuchillo
knife

¡Qué asco!
How awful!

el picante
hot sauce

beber
to drink

¡Qué + adjetivo!
How…!

le/les recomiendo…
I recommend...

el camarero/el mesero
waiter

el mantel
tablecloth

a la plancha
on the grill

el plato principal
principal dish

comer
to eat

¿Algo más?
Anything else?

le/les sugiero
I suggest

el menú
menu

el plato
plate

agrio
sour

el postre
dessert

compartir
to share

¿Cuánto cuesta?
How much does it cost?

me falta(n)…
I need...

el/la acompañante
companion

el tenedor
fork

asado
roasted

el vino
wine

desear
to want

¿Está incluida la propina?
Is the tip included?

me gustaría…
I would like...

la camarera/la mesera
waitress

el vaso
glass

comida caribeña
Caribbean food

horrible
horrible

estar lleno(a)
to be full

¿Le/les ofrezco…?
May I offer you…?

muchísimo
a lot

la cocina
kitchen

la copa
wine glass

comida china
Chinese food

la bebida
beverage

ofrecer
to offer

¿Le/les sirvo?
May I serve you?

mucho
a lot

la cuenta
bill

la cuchara pequeña
small spoon

comida francesa
French food

la pimienta
pepper

pagar
to pay

¿Me trae…, por favor?
Will you bring me…, please?

muy caro
very expensive

la propina
tip

la cuchara
spoon

comida italiana
Italian food

la sal
salt

para llevar
for carry out

ahora
now

nada
nothing

 

la mesa
table

de plato principal
as a main dish

liviano(a)
light

pararse
to stand oneself up

comida favorita
favorite food

no me gusta
I don't like

 

la servilleta
napkin

de postre
for dessert

pesado(a)
heavy

pedir
to ask for

De nada
Your welcome

otro (a)
another

 

la silla
chair

delicioso(a)
delicious

picante
hot/spicy

probar
to taste/to try out

Gracias
Thank you

para
to/for/in order to

 

la taza
cup

dulce
sweet

rico (a)
rich/tasty

recomendar
to recommend

la mejor comida
the best food

poco
a little bit

 

los cubiertos
placesettings

el azúcar
sugar

salado
salty

salir
to exit/to go out

la peor comida
the worst food

por favor
please

 

 




 

sentarse
to sit oneself down

Le traigo…
I will bring you...

quiero ordenar…
I want to order...

LA FAMILIA

 

 

servir
to serve

 

quisiera
I would like

abuela
grandmother

los padres
parents

 

 

servirse
to serve oneself

 

solo
only

abuelo
grandfather

los parientes
relatives

 

 

sugerir
to suggest

 

todo
all/everything

el esposo
husband

el padrastro
stepfather

 

 

tener hambre
to be hungry

 

un poco de
a little bit of

el hijo
son

la madrastra
stepmother

 

 

tener calor
to be hot

 

yo traigo
I bring

el nieto
grandson

la mamá/la madre
mother

 

 

tener frío
to be cold

 

 

el papá/el padre
father

primo
cousin (male)

 

 

tener sed
to be thirsty

 

 

hermana
sister

tío
uncle

 

 

tener sueño
to be sleepy

 

 

hermano
brother

los primos
cousins

 

 

tomar
to drink

 

 

la esposa
wife

prima
cousin (female)

 

 

traer
to bring

 

 

los hermanos
siblings

tía
aunt

 

 

venir
to come

 

 

los hijos
children

la sobrina
niece

 

 

 

 

 



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