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									                             Country Project

You are going to learn about a Spanish-speaking country and then teach
other people about the Spanish-speaking country you have chosen. Your
project will be a fun way for the rest of us to learn about your country.

Choose a Spanish-speaking country from the list below:
México             Honduras           Ecuador          Argentina
Guatemala          Panamá             Perú             Uruguay
El Salvador        Venezuela          Bolivia          Paraguay
Costa Rica         Colombia           Chile            Cuba
Puerto Rico        Nicaragua          Spain            Dominican Republic
Equatorial Guinea

You can display your information in a box, a paper bag no smaller than 8x10
inches, on a poster or in a Power Point. Decorate your project so it is
representative of your country and create the contents so we can learn
about your country.

Find out the following about your country:

1. Information:
   1.   Land and Climate
   2.   Government
   3.   Official Language/Languages
   4.   Population
   5.   Literacy Rate
   6.   Name of currency
   7.   Greetings and Gestures- Explain how people greet each other
   8.   Diet


2. MAP, with the name and location of the country and capital clearly
marked. The more complete the better. The location of your country
relative to the United States, Central and South America will be helpful.


3. Product- this can be music, food, dance, literature, or something your
country makes or grows
And………………………………………….
Choose any 4 (or more) of the 14 items listed below:

Label your pictures and write a few sentences explaining each of the
items you have chosen:
Why is it important? How does it relate or connect to your country?

1. a postage stamp- real, make it or draw it
2. a newspaper or magazine article about your country (be able to tell about
    the article)
3. a picture or drawing of traditional clothing, or the clothing itself, and the
    name
4. a picture of a famous building, and its name and location (Why is it
    important?)
5. a picture of a famous landmark, monument, or place, and its name and
    location
6. a postcard-real or drawn
7. picture of a famous person from your country-living or dead
8. a picture or drawing of an animal native to your country, and its name
9. the money-can be actual or drawn
10. name and picture of a food typical of your country, and/or a recipe (you
    may want to make the food)
11. detailed description of the diet of the people
12. recreation-detailed description and illustration of popular activities
13. something that is interesting to you about your country
14. the flag
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Evaluation for Country Project will be based on:
1. Completeness
 Includes required components

2. Presentation of Project
   Project uses details
   Project shows what has been learned
   Visual appeal: neat and colorful


3. Overall Effort
   Use of class time and preparedness
   Learning/Final Product

								
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