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This Unit Activity will help you meet these educational goals: Vocabulary Skills—You will use new and learned vocabulary in different real-world situations. Cultural Awareness—You will investigate the culture and customs of other countries and compare them to your own. Communication Skills—You will practice reading, writing, and listening skills to communicate meaningfully in a new language. 21st Century Skills—You will employ online tools for research and analysis, apply creativity and innovation, use critical thinking and problem solving skills, communicate effectively, and assess and validate information.
This is a culminating activity of this unit, where you learned to describe classes, teachers, classmates, and school supplies, how to ask questions about topics related to school, national origin, and personal information, and how to describe summer holidays and activities.
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Directions and Analysis
Task 1: Vocabulary Table and Grammar Guide
Use the tables below to make note of new or challenging grammar and vocabulary that you encountered in this unit. Also look at your notes from previous units and add any items that you need to keep track of.
a. Update your Vocabulary Table here:
English Equivalent or Context Reminder
qué (question word)
qu pronunced like k
Pronounced pour k
Donde (question word)
Pronounced do unde
Cuando (question word)
Pronounced Q ando
Por que (question word)
Pronounced pour ke
Pronounced fu i
Pronounced pour favour
Pronounced para k
Pronounced pur k
Update your Grammar Guide here:
When to Use
When Not to Use
ir a (verb)
to describe actions that will take place in the future
when describing actions in the present or the past
For an essential quality (what something is like physically and/or mentally)
To address a temporary condition (how something is)
Task 2: Past Experience
Write in Spanish about an interesting experience that you’ve had while you were on vacation in another country, state, or town. Use the preterite tense to write about your past experience. (Recall that the preterite tells you exactly when an action took place, and usually has a definite beginning and a definite end.) Use appropriate time-order words and adjectives in your response.
Type your response here:
Task 3: Tourist Attractions in Guatemala
Do some online research and write a blog entry in Spanish describing the tourist attractions that you might see on a 48-hour trip to Guatemala City. Use terms for tourist attractions that you learned.
Type your response here: Ciudad de Guatemala es la capital de Guatemala y la ciudad más grande, poblada por más de tres millones de personas. Guate, como se le llama a menudo, no es especialmente conocido por su belleza (plagado por la contaminación y la mala planificación de la ciudad), pero tiene un ambiente y energía como ninguna otra en el país.
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