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Repaso Rápido miércoles,28 de Agosto

Repaso Rápido miércoles,28 de Agosto. Using your classroom phrases vocabulary , write correct phrase for each situation . You don’t have paper on your desk . So your teacher tells you need to get some out . You didn’t have a chance to use the restroom after lunch.

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Repaso Rápido miércoles,28 de Agosto

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  1. Repaso Rápidomiércoles,28 de Agosto • Usingyourclassroomphrasesvocabulary, writecorrectphraseforeachsituation. • Youdon’thavepaperonyourdesk. So yourteachertellsyouneedtogetsomeout. • Youdidn’thave a chance to use therestroomafter lunch. • Youaccidentallybumpedintosomeone. • You are out of yourseatfor no reason. Whatdoestheteachertellyouto do? • Yourteachertellsyoutocopy notes off theboard. • Yourfriendgivesyou a piece of gum. Yourespondbysaying? • Theclassisbeingnoisy so theteachersays_________.

  2. Agenda • Repaso Rápido • Matamoscas-Classroom Phrases • Introduccion a los Cognados • Cognados Reading Exercise • Las Reglas de Cognados

  3. Definition • http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cognate

  4. Telephone (English) Téléphone (French) Telefon (German) Telefono (Italian) Telefone(Portuguese) Teléfono (Spanish) Night (English)Nuit (French)Nacht (German)Notte (Italian)Noite (Portuguese)Noche (Spanish) Example

  5. What cognates do you recognize when you read? Felipe es un estudiante en la universidad. Todos dicen que él es muy inteligente y organizado. Él quiere ser doctor famoso como su papá.

  6. Did you recognize these cognates? Felipe es un estudiante en la universidad. Todos dicen que él es muy inteligente y organizado. El quiere ser doctorfamoso como su papá.

  7. Your turn! How many cognates can you find? Grab a Book or magazine... Clase Write each one on a separate slip of paper... Hang them up under the correct first letter after you find 10! Familia

  8. 1. Glance through the assigned articles and make a list of the cognates that you find in Spanish and what you think the English definition is next to it2. Then write the title of each article and write what you think each article is about in English.3. Do not mark/highlight on these packets.

  9. Share with the class the title of your article • Three new cognates you learned • What you thought your article was about.

  10. Make Your Own Words using Cognate Rules!!!!!

  11. Before you go... 2.) Write down 2 examples of a cognate (in Spanish)? 3.) How many cognates did you recognize today? Very few Some More than I expected A lot! 1.) What is a cognate? Answer these 3 questions on a separate sheet of paper...

  12. Teacher notes and printables This is a short and simple lesson that will make a huge difference for your students! Resources needed: Computer/projector/PowerPoint Spanish language books, magazines, or newspapers Post-it notes or small pieces of paper Wall or bulletin board space to hang cognates Printer (optional) Time needed: 45-55 minutes

  13. Teacher instructions 1.) Go over the first 2 slides that explain what a cognate is and show examples. 2.) Give them a minute to read over slide 4 and make a list of the cognates they see. 3.) Show the bolded cognates on slide 5. Now that they recognize these cognates, can they figure out the main idea of the message on that slide? 4.) Remind students that they don't need to know the meaning of every word to understand the message. 5.) Now it's their turn. Give each student (or pair) a book, magazine, or newspaper. Pass out post-its or paper squares. Give them time to look through their reading materials and write 1 cognate on each paper. 6.) Have them hang their cognates on the wall wherever you have placed the alphabet letters. 7.) Those who finish early can look over the new cognates posted on the wall to see how many they can figure out or can continue reading/looking for cognates. 8.) Slide 7 is a 3-question exit slip for you to see what they learned from the lesson.

  14. Printables Here are the alphabet letters to place in an open space. As students tape their words under each letter, it becomes a large-scale cognate dictionary.

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  16. B

  17. C

  18. D

  19. E

  20. F

  21. G

  22. H

  23. I

  24. J

  25. K

  26. L

  27. M

  28. N

  29. O

  30. P

  31. Q

  32. R

  33. S

  34. T

  35. U

  36. V

  37. W

  38. X

  39. Y

  40. Z

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