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  21.   Setting the Tone with Figurative Language
...vity. Select and assign poems matching students' ability levels. Students design a graphic organizer to sort examples instead of writing the extended response. Students who can handle more challenging work could be assigned more complex poems, or be asked to seek out additional figures of speech or idiomatic expressions. Students who have mastered the objectives may identify a number of figures of speech worth teaching to their classmates and plan a mini-lesson or lessons to do so. Some students may wish to make an illustrative definition of each figure of speech to display in the classroom. Extensions: Students bring in sports ar...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  22.   The Delicious Meal?
...ing, drafting, revising, editing, publishing). Comparisons Benchmark A Analyze and discuss linguistic structures and conventions of the target language and English. Indicator 1 Analyze and discuss how various linguistic elements are represented in the target language and English (e.g., subjunctive, idiomatic expressions, word order, use or omission of subject pronouns). English Language Arts Writing Processes Benchmark D Edit to improve sentence fluency, grammar and usage. Lesson Summary: Intermediate Level Proficiency In this intermediate level interdisciplinary lesson, students use grade-level knowledge and skills to apply ageap...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  23.   Les Repas
...ing, drafting, revising, editing, publishing). Comparisons Benchmark A Analyze and discuss linguistic structures and conventions of the target language and English. Indicator 1 Analyze and discuss how various linguistic elements are represented in the target language and English (e.g., subjunctive, idiomatic expressions, word order, use or omission of subject pronouns). English Language Arts Writing Processes Benchmark D Edit to improve sentence fluency, grammar and usage. Lesson Summary: Novice Proficiency Level In this interdisciplinary lesson, students use grade-level knowledge and skills to apply age-appropriate writing proces...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  24.   El costo de la vida
...dents will list five places where they can bargain in this culture and five places in Latin America where people cannot bargain for prices. (See Attachment G, Places to Bargain.) 7. Using Attachment H, Summary/Closure: Day One, summarize the main points of today's lesson by reviewing new words, new expressions used to ask questions about products, prices and rates of exchange, buying power of the peso and the dollar and the affordability and availability of products in both cultures. 8. As an evaluation, prepare eight questions in writing or orally to determine if students understood the material. Example: Cu nto cuesta un par de...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  25.   The Cost of Living
...tion), devoluci n del dinero (your money back). Day Two 3. Open class by quickly reviewing the vocabulary from the day before. Use a transparency of either Attachment A, Pre-Assessment, or you may use Attachment D, Vocabulary Review: Day One, for this review. 4. Present the day's new vocabulary and expressions: disco compacto (CD), investigaci n (research), impresor (printer), productos (products), cambio (change), disponibles (available), revistas (magazines), vendedores (vendors), peri dico (newspaper), A c mo est el cambio? (What is the exchange rate?), rebajas (sales), descuentos (discounts), oferta (special), salario promedio...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  26.   What Should I Wear?
...vel Proficiency This lesson reinforces grade-level concepts in English Language Arts. Students will present to the class a flier, poster, video or style show on clothing worn in the different months of the year here in Ohio and in Chile during those same months. Students should already know weather expressions, seasons, months, clothing and colors. Students will develop a fashion show on what to pack for a trip if you travel to Chile no matter what the season. Students will also be able to use adjective agreement correctly as well as demonstrate knowledge about the similarities between English and Spanish. Estimated Duration: Six...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  27.   To Wear or Not to Wear? That is the Question
...his lesson reinforces grade level concepts in English language arts. Each student will present to the class a flier, poster, video, style show or multimedia presentation on clothing worn in the different months of the year in Ohio and in Chile during those same months. Students already know weather expressions, seasons, months, clothing and colors. Students also will be able to use the morphology (agreement) correctly and demonstrate knowledge about the similarities between English and Spanish. Estimated Duration: Six hours The foreign language academic content standards were written with the assumption that elementary programs me...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  28.   Their Culture is My Culture!
Latinos EN VIVO! Su cultura es mi cultura! Latinos LIVE! Their Culture is My Culture! Interdisciplinary Lesson Grade Five Ohio Standards Connection: Foreign Language Communication Benchmark G Derive meaning using aural, visual, and contextual clues. Indicator 8 Recognize and explain common idiomatic expressions. Cultures Benchmark D Identify significant contributions and historical figures from the target culture. Indicator 5 Identify and describe wellknown contributions of the target culture. English Language Arts Communications: Oral and Visual Benchmark A Use effective listening strategies, summarize major ideas and dr...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  29.   Role Model? Positively!
Role Model? Positively! Grade Five Ohio Standards Connection: Foreign Language Communication Benchmark G Derive meaning using aural, visual and contextual clues. Indicator 8 Recognize and explain common idiomatic expressions (e.g., Hace fr o/It makes cold. - It's cold.; J'ai faim./I have hunger. I'm hungry.; Quid agis?/What are you doing? How are you?). Cultures Benchmark D Identify significant contributions and historical figures from the target culture. Indicator 5 Identify and describe wellknown contributions of the target culture (...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  30.   Let?s Play a Game!
...ersonal enjoyment. Indicator 5 Use various media in the target language for personal enjoyment (e.g., age-appropriate videos, DVDs, CDs, karaoke, comics) and share with others. Comparisons Benchmark B Recognize that linguistic structures carry meaning and vary across languages. Indicator 2 Identify idiomatic expressions (e.g., tener hambre, il fait froid) in order to derive meaning from a variety of sources (e.g., authentic texts, stories, drama, poems). Indicator 3 Identify cognates and sentence and grammatical structures (e.g., subject versus indirect object: Mater filiae dabat, victor hostem vincit; Il y a un restaurant dans la...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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