Las Reglas One class member will begin by standing beside the desk of a fellow class member A picture will appear on the screen The first of the 2 students to correctly identify the picture wins that round The winner of the round remains standing and moves to the next desk If the standing student does not win the round he or she must sit at the desk of the student who defeated him or her The winner is the student who remains standing for the longest period of time
Password Game The class will be divided into 2 teams. Each round 3 members of the team will come forward. They will sit with their backs to the screen. People on their team will have 30 seconds to describe what is on the screen to the 3 guessers. If those 3 people correctly guess the vocabulary word in Spanish in the 30 seconds, that team will win 1 point for that round. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins.
A few other things Everyone on your team will be giving clues at the same time, so lets try to keep the chaos organized. People giving clues may use their books, while the people guessing may not. No yelling/screaming. Also, you will lose the point for that round if people on your team are cheating. (This means you cant just tell them the word, even if it is accidental.)
Giving Clues When giving clues, you must be creative. You cannot say rhymes with… You cannot just tell them the word in English. For example, if your word was liquidación, you might say: – Red dot – Day after Thanksgiving – Good deals – Etc.
¡Vamos a Escribir! Write 10 sentences using your new vocabulary from page 96. Your sentences will be all about your classes. Try to use words from the new vocabulary. For example, if you take psychology, call it a social sciences class. When you finish, just keep your paper.
10 Oraciones 1.Me gusta la clase de __________. 2.Me gusta la clase de __________. 3.Me gusta la clase de __________. 4.No me gusta la clase de __________. 5.No me gusta la clase de __________. 6.No me gusta la clase de __________. 7.Mi primera clase es la clase de __________. 8.Mi segunda clase es la clase de __________. 9.Mi tercera clase es la clase de __________. 10.Mi cuarta clase es la clase de __________.
¡Vamos a Hablar! Mingle Draw a chart. (Example on the next slide.) Using your sentences to help you, go around and talk to 4 different people about their class schedule. Write their name and the class period and the class on the same sheet as your 10 sentences.
Example: NombreHoraClase Primera Segunda Tercera Cuarta
Mingle ¿Qué clase tienes en la ____________ hora? – Tengo la clase de _____________.
¡Vamos a escribir un poco más! Make a chart about your current classes. You will include the class, the block, the teacher, and your opinion of the class. You will do this on the same sheet of paper as your sentences and your mingle.
Un Ejemplo La ClaseLa HoraEl profesor / La profesora Tu opinión de la clase EspañolPrimeraSra. Haithcox/ Sra. Bartok ¡La clase es fantástica!