La Familia Real In this activity we will be visiting web sites for the Royal Family of Spain. Pre-reading 1. En una hoja de papel escribe sus ideas sobre tu familia con todos los adjetivos que usarías para describir a tu familia. 2. Mira la foto y describe las personas. Di quiénes son y de dónde son. www.hellomagazine.com Reading Scanning A. Ve al siguiente sitio. http://www.casareal.es/esp/familia/index.html#top B. Escoge una persona y lee la información sobre esa persona. C. Busca la siguiente información en la lectura y escríbela en esta hoja. 1. adjetivos:________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ 2. palabras que asocias con la familia:_______________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ 3. palabras que asocias con la educación:____________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ 4. palabras que asocias con los pasatiempos: ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ 5. el cumpleaños y edad: ____________________________________________________ Careful reading D. Do a google search on the member of the royal family you just read about; print out a Picture, only a Picture, there should be no written words anywhere on the page and then; Contesta las siguientes preguntas, on the same page as the photo you just printed. 1. ¿Cómo se llama la persona que escogiste? 2. Describe esa persona ¿Cómo es físicamente? 3. En una o dos oraciones dinos lo que sabes o aprendiste sobre esa persona. E. En tu grupo comparte la información que aprendiste sobre esa persona. Tus compañeros tienen que tomar apuntes. F. En tu grupo escribe cinco preguntas y respuestas sobre la información que tienes (sobre la Familia Real). Applications and extensions – La Tarea – Pick one and complete on Looseleaf. 1. An evening at the Palace: Have students imagine that they spent an evening at the Palace, with the Royal Family. Have them describe what they did, what the Royal Family wore, how they acted, describe the dinner, etc. 2. Diary entry retelling their experiences of sharing an evening with the royal family 3. Talk show (hot seat): Have students write questions, to ask the Royal Family. 4. Letter to character: Have students write a letter to The Royal Family to thank them for their hospitality. Monday, February 27, 2006 Tema 1, Chapter 5A Day 2 La Familia Real Objectives linked to Standards; Learn new vocabulary about the family Read and understand descriptions about the royal family in Spain Use and understand directions for a technology based lesson Write in Spanish using new vocabulary and recalling old vocabulary Review adjectives and family relationships National Standards for Foreign Language Learning Communication 1.2 Interpretive Read and interpret information about the royal family in Spain Read a picture-based story Use context clues and cognates to gain meaning from a text 1.3 Presentational Present information to partner about the royal family Culture 2.1 Practices and Perspectives Understand differences in government control and practices in Spain and the USA Comparisons 4.1 Language Learn: new vocabulary through recognition of cognates PA Academic Standards for Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening 1.1.8 Learning to Read Independently A. Locate appropriate texts (literature, information, documents) for an assigned purpose before reading. B. Identify and use common organizational structures and graphic features to comprehend information F. Understand the meaning of and apply key vocabulary across the various subject areas. 1.6.8 Speaking and Listening A. Listen to others. Take notes when needed. C. Contribute to discussions. Ask relevant, probing questions. Respond with relevant information. Listen to and acknowledge the contribution of others. E. Participate in small group discussions Supplies & Equipment Vocabulary: Preview, family vocab. – Computer with Internet Technology: Computer with printer and Internet Student Handout with directions for Internet Activity Pacing: 43 minutes 1. Warm-up/Assess (8 minutes) Prayer Log into computers Mini Q&A with students Anticipatory set: Think about the Presidential family of the United States. Can you think of any adjectives to describe them? ¿Cómo es la familia de George W. Bush? 2. Present/Practice ( 31 minutes) Procedure 1. Ask students to brainstorm and make a list of all the adjectives they would use to describe their families. 2. Have students share information with their partner. 3. Have students look at a picture of the royal family and do a quick-write on the picture (download picture from internet). 4. Have students share information with their partners. 5. Have students log on to the following site; http://www.casareal.es/esp/familia/index.html#top 6. Have students choose one person, click on that person and read the information. 7. During the reading have students look for the following information: adjectives words associated with the family words associated with education Words associated with hobbies 8. Have students answer questions about the reading (see students’ handouts) 9. Have students share information on the person they read about with their partner Wrap-up/ Homework (4 minutes) Log off computers. Homework- Pick one assignment only An evening at the Palace: Have students imagine that they spent an evening at the Palace, with the Royal Family. Have them describe what they did, what the Royal Family wore, how they acted, describe the dinner, etc. Diary entry retelling their experiences of sharing an evening with the royal family Talk show (hot seat): Have students write questions, to ask the Royal Family. Letter to character: Have students write a letter to The Royal Family to thank them for their hospitality, when they last visited with them. Closure: Think about some of the new information you just learned about the royal family of Spain. How are they similar to the presidential family here in the USA?