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Outline 1. Strategies 2. Sample Dialogue

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1 Outline 1. Strategies 2. Sample Dialogue
Part I Speaking 1. Strategies 2. Sample Dialogue Volunteer for the dialogue… This is when you call! Part II Listening Comprehension 1. Strategies 2. Example

2 Outline Part III Reading Comprehension 1. Strategies
2. Examples of each section

3 Outline Part IV Writing 1. The Rubric… What is expected? 2. Strategies
3. Student Samples 4. Grammar… With what do you need help?

4 Comprehensive Examination in Spanish
Part I: Speaking credits Part II: Listening Comprehension credits Part III: Reading Comprehension credits Part IV: Writing credits

5 Oral Dialogue Part I Strategies
1. Do not give just yes/no responses 2. Do not restate all or essential parts of what the teacher has just said. 3. “Hello” and “How are you?” may serve to initiate a conversation but can not qualify for credit.

6 Oral Dialogue Part I Strategies
1. Each utterance must be a Checkpoint B idea. This can be achieved by adding… but, because, or by adding a question after your simple response. 2. Do not go to the main point immediately. Put yourself in the situation and expand the conversation.

7 What is Checkpoint B? - Speaker can initiate and sustain a conversation. - Speaker can use common verb tenses… present, past and future. - Speaker can use word order accurately. - Speaker can be understood by a native who is used to dealing with foreigners - Speaker can demonstrate a wide range of vocabulary to expand the topic. - Speaker can give more than one simple utterance.

8 Me gustaría ir pero tengo otros planes
Ejemplos... Teacher: ¿Quieres ir de compras? Student: Me gustaría ir pero tengo otros planes Es una buena idea porque necesito una nueva camisa Está bien. ¿Cuándo deseas ir?

9 Student Dialogue Sample
(Student Initiates) I am a security guard at a major tourist attraction in Argentina. You have become separated from your group. You start the conversation.

10 Useful Expressions No te preocupe Es una lástima…
Quisiera o Me gustaría Claro que sí ¿Puede Ud. ayudarme?

11 Useful Expressions Espero que sí. Lo siento. Me equivoco. Perdóname
No me importa. Vale. Yes, I hope. I am sorry. I am wrong. Excuse me. I don’t care. Okay.

12 Useful Expressions ¿Puede ayudarme? Estoy agradecido.
Ud. es muy servicial. Tengo ganas de… Can you help me? I am thankful. You are very helpful. I feel like...

13 Useful Expressions Fue un placer. It was a pleasure. No hay de qué.
Estoy seguro. No te preocupes. Es una lástima. Es una buena idea. Estoy de acuerdo. Me gustaría/Quisiera It was a pleasure. You are welcome. I am sure. Don’t worry. It is a pity. It is a good idea. I agree. I would like...

14 Dialogue Sample 1 (Teacher initiates)
I am your friend. We are planning a party. We will talk about what each of us will do to prepare for it. I will start the conversation.

15 Dialogue Sample 2 (Teacher initiates)
I am your host parent in Mexico. We are talking about your plans for the future. I will start the conversation.

16 Dialogue Sample 3 (Student initiates)
I am your friend. We are planning a day at the beach. You start the conversation.

17 Dialogue Sample 4 (Student Initiates) I am your teacher in Costa Rica.
You have a report that is due tomorrow, but you need additional time to complete the assignment. You start the conversation.

18 Dialogue Sample 5 (Student Initiates)
I am in a repair shop in Peru. You call me because something needs to be repaired. You start the conversation.

19 Dialogue Sample 6 (Teacher Initiates)
I am a travel agent in Puerto Rico. We are going to discuss your plans for a short trip. I will start the conversation.

20 Part II Listening Comprehension
15 passages - 1 question per passage 1-9 questions in English 10-15 questions in Spanish All questions are preceded by a sentence given in English.

21 Strategies for Listening Comprehension
Do not read questions or answers while the teacher is reading the paragraph. Deduce the answer by focusing on key words used in context which will lead you to the correct answer. Eliminate the answers that you do not hear. Do not focus on dates and names.

22 Strategies for Listening Comprehension
Do not try to translate as the teacher is reading. Never leave a blank answer… give it your best guess. Never change an answer once you have moved from this question.

23 Listening Comprehension 1
What is this person going to do? 1. go back to the hotel 2. return to the subway station 3. provide more information at the police station 4. show two forms of identification

24 Listening Comprehension 2
¿Qué quiere enseñarles a sus hijas esta madre? 1. la importancia de obedecer las leyes de la sociedad 2. la importancia de escribir composiciones en inglés 3. la importancia de conocer la historia de España y de México 4. la importancia de aprender su lengua ancestral, el español

25 High Frequency Regents Vocabulary
el premio - la encuesta - la entrevista - aumentar- quejarse- los derechos- el propósito - el tema - la boda - la carrera - diario - el diario - la prensa - la oferta - la huelga - la gira -

26 ¿De qué se trata? - What’s it about?
el tamaño - la talla - la obra - sencillo - gratis - el lugar - el hogar - la venta - de venta - la tarifa - el gobierno - real - actual - inaugurar - desarrollar - nacer - los gastos - el dueño -

27 ¿Cuál es el propósito? What is the purpose?
ahorrar - tener éxito - los impuestos – el príncipe - la princesa – grabar - sano– solicitar - la solicitud – el alimento -

28 Part III Reading Comprehension
Part A - Long Paragraph - 5 multiple choice questions in Spanish- Literal questions. Part B - Authentic materials -1 multiple choice question in English per reading. Part C - Long passage with 5 multiple choice questions in English - Intuitive questions.

29 Part III Reading Comprehension
Read through the passage completely to find the main idea. Read a second time with the intent to find the answer to the specific question. Do not assume that words in the reading are repeated in the answer.

30 Part III Reading Comprehension
Relate the main idea with vocabulary that you already know and deduce the meaning of other words by how they are used in the paragraph. Look for cognates and root words to assist you in finding the answer.

31 Part III Reading Comprehension
Focus on “tone” and theme of the writing. Look for supporting details. Think of the intention of the writer… not just the literal meaning of the passage.

32 Reading Comprehension 1
¿Dónde ha vivido Vicente Fox por la mayor parte de su vida? 1. en la ciudad de México 2. en el campo de Guanajuato 3. en los Estados Unidos 4. en unos países diferentes

33 Reading Comprehension 2
Según el artículo, ¿qué clase de hombre es Vicente Fox? 1. pesimista y tradicional 2. quieto y tímido 3. altivo y distante 4. honrado y trabajador

34 Reading… Authentic Documents
This information is directed to individuals who want to… 1. choose a name for a pet 2. purchase pet supplies 3. give pets as gifts 4. enter an animal in a pet contest

35 Writing - Part IV Select two of the three possible tasks
Two narratives- letter, journal, review Picture prompt - Tell a story, not a description. Each writing must contain 100 or more words to earn full credit for length. As before, no dialogue will be given credit.

36 Writing Strategies Avoid exaggeration and humor.
Make sure all information relates to purpose. Make sure your writing is Checkpoint B level. Do not cut yourself short - plan to write 110 to 115!

37 What is Checkpoint B? Writing sample reflects more complex content… What have you learned after levels 1 and 2? Writing sample expresses ideas in the present, the past and the future comprehensibly to a native speaker used to dealing with foreigners. Writing sample demonstrates correct sequencing of thoughts.

38 Writing Task 1 You are writing an article for your Spanish class newspaper about one or mores aspects of your school that you would like to change. You may wish to include: Be sure to organize your ideas and thoughts in a proper and logical sequence of events. A good writing sample has an introductory statement, a middle and a concluding statement.

39 Writing Task 2 In Spanish, write a story about the situation shown in the picture below. It must be a story relating to the picture, not a description of the picture. Do not write a dialogue.

40 Transitional words… antes (before) primero (first) al principio (at the beginning) entonces (then) luego (then, later) más tarde (later) próximo (next) sin embargo (however) finalmente (finally) en resumen (in summary)

41 What is Checkpoint B? Writing sample reflects more complex content… What have you learned after levels 1 and 2? Writing sample expresses ideas in the present, the past and the future comprehensibly to a native speaker used to dealing with foreigners. Writing sample demonstrates correct sequencing of thoughts.

42 Cosas que hacer antes del examen
Read Spanish, listen to Spanish, or watch Spanish television! Speak Spanish with someone! Study Regents vocabulary and expressions! Don’t “cram” grammar! Be rested, alert and patient! Say to yourself… I am prepared!

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