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¡¿QUÉ HARÉ Después de SLA?! La Universidad y Las Profesiones Established Goals: Students communicate their academic and career goals by using the future verb tense. Students role-play job interview situations. Students create their own resume in the target language. Students become familiar with reading the classifieds in Spanish. Students compare our university customs and career issues with those of Spanish-speaking countries. Essential Questions: 1. How do I express my future intentions? 2. How are my current practices connected to my future? Understandings: 1. What we choose to study and the effort we put forth greatly affects our futures, and in Spanish-speaking countries, this is especially true. Students will know… Vocabulary: o College Majors/Minors o Professions o Words and expressions related to finding and interviewing for a job Grammar: o Future Tense o Por y Para Culture: o Differences in university procedures and career paths Students will be able to… 1. Communicate their plans and goals for life after SLA using the future tense. 2. Read classified job ads in Spanish newspapers. 3. Write resumes in Spanish. 4. Interview someone and be interviewed for a job using Spanish. Evidence of Learning Performance Tasks: Various grammar exercises on the future verb tense and por/para Participation in discussions Performance dialogue: 2 to 3 students, one (or more) interviews the other Resume written in Spanish Project Short Story Students will write a “short story” using the photobooks in iPhoto. The short stories will have four sections: 1. The Present: present school, interests, activities, favorite subjects 2. After SLA (to be expressed in the future tense): post-graduation plans 3. Career (future tense): career choices 4. Other Aspects of the Student’s Life (future): family, location, etc.
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