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.
Please save this document before you begin working on the assignment. Type your answers directly in the document. When you have finished, submit your work to your teacher.
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
Pronunciation Tips qué (question word) what 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