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Spanish Lesson on Activities, Likes and Wants (Actividades, Gustar y Querer)
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This 3-hour lesson on Activities, Likes and Wants (Actividades, Gustar y Querer) uses fun and dynamic learning activities to teach these useful and commonly-used concepts and vocabulary. How can I use it?: -to teach new learners about common activities and gustar/querer -as a review for students who have seen the content before -as learning stations or learning centers Who is it for?: -Novice High Level Spanish students -Students in Grades 6-12 At the end of the lesson, students will be able to: -identify various common activities -ask what someone likes and doesn’t like to do -ask what someone wants and doesn’t want to do -answer what they like and don’t like to do -answer what they want and don’t want to do -talk about what others like and don’t like to do -talk about what others want and don’t want to do -talk about what they prefer to do -talk about what activities they do with others -talk about where they and others are going Includes: -34-slide Powerpoint for note-taking on activities -24 pages of content -detailed lesson plan and instructions and ideas for use -proficiency-based assessment with stampsheet -picture vocabulary cards -vocabulary list -interactive note sheet on querer and gustar -communicative speaking activity on students’ and others’ likes and wants -vocabulary sorting game and activity -interactive speaking game in which students must use vocabulary and querer/gustar -ideas for other games and activities to practice with content
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Who is it for?

  • Students who want to learn a new language!
  • 10th Graders (15 to 16-year-olds)
  • 7th Graders (12 to 13-year-olds)
  • 8th Graders (13 to 14-year-olds)
  • 9th Graders (14 to 15-year-olds)
  • 6th Graders (11 to 12-year-olds)
  • 11th Graders (16 to 17-year-olds)

 

This 3-hour lesson on Activities, Likes and Wants (Actividades, Gustar y Querer) uses fun and dynamic learning activities to teach these useful and commonly-used concepts and vocabulary.  

How can I use it?:
-to teach new learners about common activities and gustar/querer

-as a review for students who have seen the content before

-as learning stations or learning centers

Who is it for?:
-Novice High Level Spanish students
-Students in Grades 6-12

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:

-identify various common activities

-ask what someone likes and doesn’t like to do

-ask what someone wants and doesn’t want to do

-answer what they like and don’t like to do

-answer what they want and don’t want to do

-talk about what others like and don’t like to do

-talk about what others want and don’t want to do

-talk about what they prefer to do

-talk about what activities they do with others

-talk about where they and others are going

Includes:
-34-slide Powerpoint for note-taking on activities
-24 pages of content
-detailed lesson plan and instructions and ideas for use
-proficiency-based assessment with stampsheet
-picture vocabulary cards
-vocabulary list
-interactive note sheet on querer and gustar
-communicative speaking activity on students’ and others’ likes and wants
-vocabulary sorting game and activity
-interactive speaking game in which students must use vocabulary and querer/gustar
-ideas for other games and activities to practice with content

 

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