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Cinco de Mayo
SPN III Cinco de Mayo
Huipil
7/18/2016
Edificio barroco
La bandera de México
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4/18
Select
a
state
in
México
Computer Lab Day
• Summary in English:
Research information
and bring it to class
• Labeled photos
• Corrido/song
• Art
• Tourism
• Important people
• Map
• SPN voc. > 20 ENG/SPN
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Typical dress
Food
Dances
Games
Flora/fauna
Festivities
Economy
politics
Human rights
???
States of Mexico and the Distrito Federal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
Distrito Federal
Aguascalientes
Baja California
Baja California Sur
Campeche
Chiapas
Chihuahua
Coahuila de Zaragoza
Colima
Durango
Guanajuato
Guerrero
Hidalgo
Jalisco
México
Michoacán de Ocampo
Morelos
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18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
Nayarit
Nuevo León
Oaxaca
Puebla
Querétaro de Arteaga
Quintana Roo
San Luis Potosí
Sinaloa
Sonora
Tabasco
Tamaulipas
Tlaxcala
Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave
Yucatán
Zacatecas
Select a subject from next slide
to Investigate.
• Research information and
• Write a summary in English
• Collect Labeled photos
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Mexico
Padre Hidalgo
Madero
Benito Juárez
Porfirio Diaz
Diego Rivera
China poblana
Emiliano Zapata
Pancho Villa
Rufino Tamayo
Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz
Tarahumara Indians
La virgen de Guadalupe
Maximiliam
Latino América
1. Francisco Morazán
2. Simon Bolivar
3. José Martí
1. Cholula
1. Corridos
2. Conjunto
2. Mole
3. La piñata
3. Poinsettia
4. Monarch butterfly
4. Los
voladores
5. Norteño dances
6. Talavera pottery
7. Templo Mayor
8. 16 de Septiembre
9. 5 de Mayo
10. Volcanes
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• Write 30 vocabulary words in Spanish/English
about information. (Turn in for daily grade)
• Read cultural information and write a summary
in your own words.
• Draw >5 Mexican symbols to draw on your
huipil.
• Describe yourself in 20 SPN vocabulary words
– Adjectives
– Adverbs
– verbs
Second day
• Materials:
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Crayons or
Map colors or
Markers
Embellishments ???
>5 Sentences about your state:
(Turn in for daily grade)
• Use the following
tenses to write
sentences:
– Irregular present
– Regular preterite
– imperfect
– present perfect
– 5 subjunctive
– 5 future
– 5 conditional
>20 total sentences
7/18/2016
• Remember
– Labeled pictures
– Music
– Cleaning committee
– Typical food
• Bring materials to build
huipil:
– Large paper bag
• Colors
– Manta= cotton cloth
• Yarn or thread
Present tense Irregular verbs:
Tener, venir, preferir, querer, and poder
tener
(to have)
venir
(to come)
preferir
(to prefer)
querer
(to want)
poder
(to be able, can)
tengo
tienes
tiene
tenemos
tenéis
tienen
vengo
vienes
viene
venimos
venís
vienen
prefiero
prefieres
prefiere
preferimos
preferís
prefieren
quiero
quieres
quiere
queremos
queréis
quieren
puedo
puedes
puede
podemos
podéis
pueden
• The preterite of -ar verbs In Spanish, the
endings of verbs identify both who is
performing the action (the subject) and when
it is being performed (the tense).
• Notice the accent marks on the endings -é
and -ó.
• The “nosotros” form is the same in the
present and preterite.
• You will need to look for other context clues
to tell which tense is intended.
El preterito = Past Tense
• To form the preterite (Past) tense of a
regular -ar verb, add the preterite endings
to the stem of the verb. Here are the
preterite forms of comprar:
(yo) compré
(tú) compraste
(Ud.)(él)(ella) compró
(nosotros) (nosotras) compramos
(vosotros) (vosotras) comprasteis
(Uds.) (ellos)(ellas) compraron
Regular–er/ir pret. verbs
• Regular -er and -ir verbs are similar to one
another in the preterite. Here are the preterite
forms of aprender and salir. Notice the accent
marks on the endings -í and -ió:
Aprender
aprendí
(nosotros) (nosotras) aprendimos
(tú) aprendiste
(vosotros/as)
aprendisteis
Ud. (ella)(él) aprendió Uds. (ellos) (ellas) aprendieron
• (yo)
•
•
Salir
salí
(tú) saliste
Ud. (él) (ella) salió
• (yo)
(nosotros) (nosotras)
•
(vosotros/as)
•
Uds. (ellos) (ellas)
salimos
salisteis
salieron
Irregular verbs
Past tense: The Imperfect tense
Ir
-ar verbs
• estudiaba
estudiabas
estudiaba estudiábamos
estudiabais
estudiaban
er/ir verbs
• corría
corrías
corría
corríamos
corríais
corrían
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iba
ibas
iba íbamos
ibais
iban
Ser
era
eras
era
éramos
eran
Ver
veía
veía
veía
veíamos
veíamos
veían
• El Tiempo Futuro de Verbos Regulares:
• Keep entire verb and add future endings
• Future endings: -é, -ás, -á, -emos, -éis, -án
• Visitaremos todo Latinoamérica en las
próximas dos semanas.
• Los estudiantes hablarán en español todo el
tiempo.
• Al final los estudiantes y los invitados
comerán comidas típicas.
2/3
Verbos Irregulares en el Futuro
Haber
Habr- -é, -ás, -á, -emos, -éis, -án
Poder
Querer
Saber
Poner
Salir
Tener
Venir
Decir
Hacer
PodrQuerrSabrPondrSaldrTendrVendrDirHar-
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Verbos Irregulares en el condicional
Haber
Habr- -ía, -ías, -ía, -íamos, -íais, -ían
Poder
Querer
Saber
Poner
Salir
Tener
Venir
Decir
Hacer
PodrQuerrSabrPondrSaldrTendrVendrDirHar-
•Dar
= dé
•Ser
= sea
•Estar
= esté
•Saber = sepa
•Pedir
= pida
•Ir
= vaya
Irregular Conjugations in the
Subjunctive:
Entender = entienda
Conocer = conozca
Decir = diga
Cruzar = cruce
Pagar = pague
Buscar = busque
Tener = tenga
Apagar = apague
Hacer= haga
Sentirse = me sienta
•Dormir=
duerma/durmamos
•Jugar=
juegue/juguemos
•Pensar=
piense/pensemos
•Destruir=
destruya/destruyamos
•Main clause in the
Dependent clause in a form of the
Indicative
subjunctive
1.Querer
2.Esperar
3.Ser importante
+
Que
+
Subjuntivo
4.Desear
5.No creer
6.Ojalá (not a verb)
1. Es importante que estudiemos mucho para tener una A.
2. Ojalá que tengamos buenas presentaciones sobre las
culturas de otros paises.
Oral Presentation Rubric: Cinco de Mayo
Rubric
50
70
100
Your evidence of
planning.
You provide no
written draft or
page layout.
Your draft was
written and layout
created, but not
corrected.
You show
evidence of
corrected draft
and layout.
Your use of
illustrations.
You include
unlabeled photos
or visuals.
Your photos or
visuals were
included, but the
layout was
unorganized.
Your presentation
or poster was
easy to read,
complete, and
accurate.
Your
presentations
You include little
of the required
information.
You include most
of the required
information.
You include all of
the required
information.
Show ENG info to teacher for a grade by:
Rubric: Written project about Cinco de Mayo
Rubric
50
70
100
Neatness and No pictures, visible errors Photos but
attractiveness and corrections and
contains
smudges.
visible errors
and smudges.
Photos, no
errors and is
attractive.
Use of
vocabulary
and Spanish
grammar
Little variation of
vocabulary with frequent
incorrect usage.
Limited use of
vocabulary but
with some
usage errors.
Extended use
of a variety of
voc. with very
few errors
Amount of
information
provided
Use of simple sentences
with basic information.
Some special
features and
information
provided.
Description of
many special
features is
provided.
>5 Sentences about your state:
(Turn in for daily grade)
7/18/2016
4th
day
• Use the following
tenses to write
sentences:
– present
– preterite
– imperfect
– present perfect
– 5 subjunctive
– 5 future
– 5 conditional
>20 total sentences
7/18/2016
•
•
•
•
•
Labeled pictures
Music
Cleaning committee
Typical food
Build huipil:
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–
–
–
Large paper bag
Colors
Manta= cotton cloth
Yarn or thread
5th day
• Continue writing► >5 Sentences about
your information.
• (Turn in for daily grade)
• Use materials to build huipiles to be worn
on May 5th.
– Paper sack
– Scissors
– Pattern
– Vocabulary in SPN
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Sixth day
• Work on coloring your paper huipil
• Finish writing sentences about your
information
• Sentences about your topics:
– Your grand total should be at least or
>20 sentences in SPN.
• Total vocabulary > 30 words in
SPN&ENG
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• Audio and video samples
Monday April 30th
• Turn in your finished project.
• Read information to classmates in
small groups:
–divide class into four groups
–present to each other and then
rotate around the room.
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May 5th
• Wear Huipil
• Read info on Mexican states to whole
class if absent yesterday.
• Read information on Cinco de Mayo
• Write 5 questions about information
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May 5
• Mexican soldiers defeated the French in Puebla, Mexico the
morning of May 5th, 1862.
• The Frenchmen, the Spaniards, and the Englishmen were in
Mexico. The Englishmen and Spaniards made deals and
left. The Frenchmen wanted to stay and colonize the
country.
• Benito Juarez was the president of Mexico.
• Emperor Napoleon III, sent a Hapsburg prince to form a
Mexican empire. His name was Maximillian and his wife
was Carlota. The Frenchmen had not been defeated in
many years and the French Foreign Legion was very strong
and well armed.
• General Zaragoza and the Colonel Porfirio Diaz lead the
Mexicans with some old guns, machetes and rocks against
the French Legion.
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