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PORTFOLIO KEEPING & SHOW How to Prepare and Show What You Have Learned! Español 3-4 Semester I 2012-2013.

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2 PORTFOLIO KEEPING & SHOW How to Prepare and Show What You Have Learned! Español 3-4 Semester I

3 Goal: What You are Trying to Do! Be able to show and tell a friend, your parents, other students how certain topics are organized, pronounced, written, and communicated in Spanish. Have fun reviewing what you know and share that knowledge.

4 STEP I: Review all material completed. 1.Make a list in Spanish of all topics you have learned so far: el pretérito-verbos regulares, el pretérito-verbos irregulares, el imperfecto, vocabulario, conversaciones, comida, el futuro, los complementos directos, mi animal favorito, biografía, optimista o pesimista, mi restaurante, etc. 2.Choose at least 7 topics to present during your portfolio show, areas that you believe you have learned the best so far. 3.Create a sample portfolio piece for each one of the 7 topics: published, final copy, poster, oral review, etc.

5 STEP 2: Think about how you will present these 7 topics. Brainstorm how you will present and actually teach another person the information that you have most recently learned and reviewed, for example: 1.Questions and answers 2.Illustrations to demonstrate 3.Oral and visual presentations 4.PowerPoint Slides or hard copies, both? 5.A game?

6 SAMPLE 1: Spanish 3 ¿Qué pasó cuando fuimos a acampar? Mi familia y yo fuimos a acampar en el bosque nacional en Anchorage, Alaska cuando mis niños tenían ocho y diez años, Catalina y Guillermo. Pusimos todas las necesidades del viaje en la sala para asegurar que tuvimos todo. Necesitamos la tienda de acampar, agua, el repelente de insectos, los sacos nuevos de dormir, y dos linternas nuevas con baterías nuevas también. Nuestro hijo, Guillermo, quería ver un oso en el bosque, pero Catalina, nuestra hija, estaba muy asustada y no quiso encontrarse con un oso grande y peligroso. Así, Catalina no creía que ella iba a pasarlo bien. También, su hermano quería impresionarse. Pusimos todo el equipo de acampar en nuestro coche y todos estuvieron muy animados, menos Catalina. Después de tres horas de manejar, desde Fairbanks a Anchorage, llegamos al rio del parque, o en español. Pasamos unos días inolvidables, unos cinco días desde amanecer hasta anochecer juntos. Pescamos, cantamos, descansamos, y pasamos un tiempo inolvidable. ¡No vimos ni un oso!

7 SAMPLE 2: SPANISH 3-4 OTHER QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 1.¿Qué pasó en tu cuento infantil? (Explain here in summary what happenend in your childrens short-story.) You will need to have no more than 3 complete sentences per slide because of presentation purposes. (You could use a chart as was shown in sample 1.) 2.¿Qué pasó en el cuento

8 Sample 3: ¿Cómo será el mundo en el futuro? Tendremos que sobrevivir en comunidades bastantes pequeñas, y no viajaremos mucho. Iré yo a enseñar y aprenderé de memoria mis libros favoritos para compartirles con los además. No estudiaremos en una escuela. Desde muy joven, los niños trabajarán cargando agua, y limpiando los baños. El mundo preparará para guerra civil. Regresaremos al final a un mundo más puro al final después de la guerra civil. Algunas personas de cada comunidad tendrán que comunicar con otras en lugares diferentes con mucho cuidado. El gobierno prohibirá libros, y no nos dejaremos leer, ni pensar en los derechos humanos. Esconderemos para aprender porque la educación será solamente para la gente en el poder. La gente robará comida de otros. Encontraremos otras maneras de ajuntar energía del sol, viento, y trabajaremos mucho más para el futuro del mundo y la humanidad. No tendremos electricidad. Viviremos sin información del mundo. Yo creceré vegetales y una cabra en mi sótano en secreto. Matarán para comer. Será un mundo más simple al final.

9 STEP 3: Begin your 7 presentation pieces Review your work folder and any other folders where you have material saved, hardcopies or electronic files. List them now! * **Bonus

10 STEP 4: Required Portfolio Pieces- Continued AUDITORY: Oral & Speaking Orally read 1 selection of choice aloud during the show. Use key vocabulary using the pretérito and imperfect from above oral reading. 1 orally recorded selection of choice. Note: We will be using computers during the show for you to individually review and show.

11 EXCELENTE: A+MUY BIEN: A-/B+BIEN: B-REGULAR: CMUY MAL: D-F All 7 portfolio pieces showed a broad use of vocabulary, verbs, questions and answers with much connectivity in Spanish. Explanation is clear concerning the two past tenses in Spanish and also the future tense. All 7 portfolio pieces showed a broad use of vocabulary, verbs, questions and answers with much connectivity in Spanish. Explanation is somewhat clear concerning the two past tenses in Spanish, and also the future tense. 6 out of 7 portfolio pieces showed a broad use of vocabulary, verbs,questions- answers, and some connectivity in Spanish. Explanation is understood yet still a little confused concerning the two past tenses in Spanish. Future Tense is used correctly. 5 out of 7 portfolio pieces showed a broad use of vocabulary, verbs,questions- answers, and some connectivity in Spanish. Explanation is not clear concerning the two past tenses in Spanish. Future tense is correctly used. Less than 5 portfolio pieces were presented and showed little connection. Explanation is no understood, nor clear concerning the two past tenses in Spanish. Future tense is not clearly used. Questions and Answers were complete: 7+ total Qs & As. Answers summarize the portfolio selection. Questions and Answers were complete: 6 total Qs & As. Answers summarize the portfolio selection. Questions and Answers were complete: 5 total Qs & As. Answers mostly summarize the portfolio selection. Questions and Answers were complete:4 total Qs & As. Answers did not totally summarize the points of the selection. Questions and Answers were complete: 3 or less total Qs & As. Summaries did not review the material adequately. Presentation was neat, creative, and well prepared Presentation was neat, and well prepared, but not very creative. Presentation was neat, creative, and somewhat prepared, lacked creativity Presentation was not neat, nor creative, and was not well prepared. Little or no creativity.

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