Presentación del tema: "Hazlo ahorael 14 de mayo Objetivos: SWBAT recognize different Spanish-speaking countries & currencies. SWBAT understand currency conversion. Write 3 sentences."— Transcripción de la presentación:
Hazlo ahorael 14 de mayo Objetivos: SWBAT recognize different Spanish-speaking countries & currencies. SWBAT understand currency conversion. Write 3 sentences about what someone in the class is wearing using Se viste con (He/She is wearing…).
Los Paises Hispanohablantes
What countries speak Spanish? Argentina Ecuador Guatemala México Nicaragua
What countries speak Spanish? 1. Costa Rica 2. Bolivia 3. Venezuela 4. Cuba 5. Chile 22.214.171.124.5.
What countries speak Spanish? El Salvador Colombia Honduras Guinea Ecuatorial Uruguay
What countries speak Spanish? 6. Panamá 7. Paraguay 8. Perú 9. Puerto Rico 10. República Dominicana 126.96.36.199. 10.
What countries speak Spanish? España
What is Currency? Currency is the money the government and the people use within a given country Every country has their own type of currency In the U.S. this is the DOLLAR ($) 1 unit of currency in one country is not equal to 1 unit of currency in another country
Currency in Spanish-Speaking Countries Each Spanish-Speaking Country has their own form of currency. Each Spanish-Speaking Countrys currency is valued at a different amount in comparison to the U.S. Dollar.
Exchange Rate Exchange rate = How much one currency is worth in terms of another currency A high exchange rate means that a currency is more highly demanded than another U.S. Dollar is demanded more than the Colombian Peso $1 = 2000 Pesos A low exchange rate means that a currency is not as highly demanded as another U.S. Dollar is demanded less than the Spanish Euro $1 = 0.75 Euros
EXAMPLES OF CURRENCY FROM SPANISH-SPEAKING COUNTRIES
U.S. DOLLAR Panama (Balboas) NUEVO SOL Peru $1 = 3 Nuevo Sol
CONTEXT Why do we need to know this?
Why is this important? Part of learning a language is learning the culture in a way that you would be able to function in a different country Knowing about currency and how to convert it is a helpful tool in traveling
Currency Conversion To determine how many U.S. dollars you spend: How much you spent in other currency Exchange Rate EXAMPLE: You spent 10,000 Colombian Pesos on a shirt. The exchange rate is $1.00 = $2,000 Pesos. How much money did you actually spend? 10,000 ÷ 2,000 = $5.00
ACTIVIDAD ¿PRECIO BUENO O PRECIO MALO?
Apple Bottom Jeans You paid 12,000 Mexican Pesos $1 = 12 Pesos ¿PRECIO BUENO O PRECIO MALO?
Video Game You paid 20 Euros Spain $1 = 0.75 Euros ¿PRECIO BUENO O PRECIO MALO?
Flamin Hot Cheetos You paid 200 Cuban Pesos $1 = 25 Cuban Pesos ¿PRECIO BUENO O PRECIO MALO?
Jay-Z CD You paid 100 Lempiras Honduras $1 = 20 Lempiras ¿PRECIO BUENO O PRECIO MALO?
Pack of Frooties You paid 10,000 Guaranis Paraguay $1 = 5,000 Guaranis ¿PRECIO BUENO O PRECIO MALO?