Spanish Level 3, Activity 13: ¡A Repasar!/ To Review (Online)

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Description: Students are going to play a categories game as their warm-up, and then create questions to be used in the next activity. As a category is displayed on the screen, students will go around and say things that fall under that category. They will use example questions to create their own.
Semantic Topics: Categories, nature, technology, questions, create, Categorías, Naturaleza, Tecnología, Preguntas, Crear
Grammatical Structures: Grammar review, recapitulación de gramática
Products: Different types of living situations
Practices: Turn-taking, playing games, reviewing previously learned information, working in small groups
Perspectives: Why is it important to share the workload?

World-Readiness Standards:

  • “Standard 1.1 – Students engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions.”
  • “Standard 1.2 Students understand and interpret spoken and written Spanish on a variety of topics.”
  • “Standard 1.3 Students present information, concepts, and ideas in Spanish to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics.”

Idaho Content Standards for World Languages:

  • “COMM 1.1 – Interact and negotiate meaning (spoken, signed, written conversation) to share information, reactions, feelings, and opinions.”
  • “COMM 2.1 – Understand, interpret, and analyze what is heard, read, or viewed on a variety of topics.”
  • “COMP 1.1 – Observe formal and informal forms of language.”

NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements:

  • I can have a conversation with others to determine how we should plan to spend a weekend in a nearby city (less than 2.5 hours away)
  • I can interact to share ideas about where I would prefer to live and why
  • I can have a conversation with others about my preferred living situation and who should do what chores
  • I can review vocabulary that I have learned throughout the semester.

Materials Needed: 

Warm-Up

1. Begin by opening the Google Slideshow and introducing the activity and the Can-Do’s.

Hola, ¿cómo están? Estoy ____. Vamos a empezar el lab de hoy con los can-do statements.

2. Categories game – Each slide will have a topic. The instructor is going to use the breakout rooms and put the students into groups of 5. The students will then take turns sharing one word related to the topic. If they don’t have an answer or if they repeat, they are out! If they mention a word and it doesn’t immediately make sense (or you want to promote conversation), you can ask why? (I would encourage you to ask why every few answers.) After every person says their word, if students’ words weren’t repeated then they should give themselves a point. Students should be keeping track of their points for the remainder of the warm-up!

¡Hoy vamos a jugar un juego! Se llama Categorías. El objetivo es decir palabras que corresponden con la categoría que está en la diapositiva. Cada estudiante debe decir una palabra relacionada a la categoría de la diapositiva. NO se puede repetir una respuesta (si se repite, todos que tienen esta palabra NO ganan un punto) y si no tienen una respuesta, “¡Estás fuera!” (¡de la ronda!). Si la respuesta no tiene sentido, es probable que yo pida una explicación. OJO, puedo pedir una explicación en cualquier momento, estén atentos. Si después que todos compartieron, tu palabra no fue eliminada, ¡entonces ganas un punto! Deben anotar cuantos puntos ganan durante el calentamiento.

Main Activity

  1. Assign each group one of the slides. (There are three to choose from)
    Ahora vamos a formar grupos (para cada diapositiva
  2. Students will be asked to develop questions using the can-do statement on the slides and one sample question will be provided to help them get their wheels turning. These should be personal, interview-type questions, as the following week they will use these to play speed-dating.
    Uds. tienen que crear preguntas usando los can-dos en las diapositivas. Hay un ejemplo para ayudarles. Estas preguntas deben ser personales, como preguntas de una entrevista porque vamos a usar estas preguntas en la actividad de la semana que viene.

3. (Seven minutes) Put the students into groups of two and share the link to the google doc. They are going to use this document to write down their answers. During this part of the activity, you should jump from one break out to room to ensure that the students are staying in Spanish and creating level-appropriate questions and also checking the google doc (No yes/no questions, open-ended questions that are challenging!)
Usando el google doc compartido, uno de ustedes va escribir en el documento las preguntas. A medida que escriben, el instructor va a estar verificando las preguntas del documento. Primero ustedes van a hablar sobre posibles preguntas y una vez que estén listos van a escribir sus preguntas en el word doc (Solo una persona escribe). Tienen que trabajar juntos, no quiero ver trabajo individual. 🙂  Las preguntas deben tener un final abierto. Por ejemplo: no preguntas de “sí o no”.

Wrap-Up

  1. Let the students know that we will continue the activity the following week and they will get to do an activity where they use the questions they created!
    La semana que viene, vamos a hacer una actividad que incorpora las preguntas que han creado esta semana. ¡Nos vemos pronto! 

(This activity is two parts, will continue next week with the actual asking/answering of questions!)

End of Activity

  • Read Can-Do statements once more and have students evaluate their confidence.
    (Use thumbs up/thumbs down or download our student cards.)
  • Encourage students to be honest in their self-evaluation.
  • Pay attention, and try to use feedback for future activities!

NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements:

  • I can have a conversation with others to determine how we should plan to spend a weekend in a nearby city (less than 2.5 hours away)
  • I can interact to share ideas about where I would prefer to live and why
  • I can have a conversation with others about my preferred living situation and who should do what chores

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