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Spanish 2 for Spanish Speakers

Spanish 2 for Spanish Speakers

Thank you for your interest in your student’s Spanish class. Your son/daughter is not only going to learn Spanish, but he/she will obtain a better comprehension about diversity, art and culture of the Spanish speaking population. If you wish to contact me, please e-mail me at rainse@hobbsschools.net

Resources ¡Aventura! EMC Publishing, LLC, 2009.

April 21-25, 2014

Spanish 2

for SS

 

Monday, April 21, 2014

Instructor

Mrs. Leticia Rains, Room 215

Objective (Student will…)

 

identify and analyze “pesadillas”

NM State Standard & Benchmarks

Standard 3: Students will understand the relationship between language and culture

Standard 4: Students will develop an understanding of other cultures, including such elements as their value systems, languages, traditions and individual perspectives

Essential Question

Why is it important to analyze cultural aspects?

Prepare for Learning

Write in their diaries about their worst pesadilla

Lesson Modifications for Special Needs

Allow students to take extra time, minimized auditory distractions, seat closed to me, provide a hard copy of the assignment, use the overhead projector to enlarge the material, extra time for oral written responses and before or after school tutoring.

Lesson Strategies

Apply what they learn to real-life experiences, discussions, informal small groups, role playing, cooperative learning & integrating technology.

Teacher Activities

Have the students read and discuss the article “Las Pesadillas”

Las Pesadillas - Lectura

Spanish Reading about Nightmares

Benjamín se encuentra en la mitad de un sueño placentero cuando en él aparece algo desagradable, Benjamín se retuerce en la cama, tratando de salir de ese sueño. Al gritar entran a su habitación para ver que ocurre, le dicen que no pasa nada y le secan la frente sudorosa; comentándole que tuvo otra vez un mal sueño pero que ahora esta despierto y puede tranquilizarse.

Si has sentido alguna vez algo parecido, es que has tenido una pesadilla, no eres el único; casi todos la tienen de vez en cuando, tanto adultos como niños.

Una pesadilla es un mal sueño, puede hacer que sientasmiedo, ansiedad o enojo, pero no son reales ni pueden hacerte daño.

Mucha gente sueña con la misma pesadilla reiteradas veces. Otras personas tienen pesadillas en la cual el contenido cambia pero el mensaje es el mismo.

Cuando duermes tu cerebro sigue funcionando. Pasa por diversas fases de sueño, incluido el sueño REM (movimientos oculares rápidos); se llaman así porque durante esta fase del sueño, tus ojos se mueven de un lado a otro mientras los párpados están cerrados. Durante el sueño REM, tienes sueños, y a veces, estos sueños pueden ser aterradores o tristes.

Cada 90 minutos, aproximadamente tu cerebro alterna entre el sueño no REM y el sueño REM. Si te despiertas en la noche durante la fase REM, será más fácil que recuerdes lo que estabas soñando, esto es porque tus sueños y pesadillas más vividos ocurren en las primeras horas de la mañana.

Te has preguntado ¿Por qué tienes pesadillas?. Bueno las situaciones estresantes que se producen durante el día pueden convertir los sueños en pesadillas. Las pesadillas pueden ser una forma de liberar las tensiones diarias. Eso implica enfrentarse a las cosas. Algunas veces los cambios importantes, como mudarse de casa o la enfermedad o muerte de un ser querido, pueden causar estrés y dar lugar a pesadillas. A veces un factor externo , por ejemplo, el ruido que hace una moto en la calle puede provocarte una pesadilla, en estos casos las personas no son conscientes pero es el cerebro quien lo detecta, produciendo así un cambio brusco en tu sueño.

Muchas personas nos preguntamos ¿cómo es posible prevenir las pesadillas?. Teniendo claro que es normal tener pesadillas de vez en cuando, existen algunas técnicas para controlarlas, en las cuales está: seguir una rutina de sueño sana, dormir con una cobija de tu elección, dejar la puerta abierta, etc.

Debemos tener muy claro que las pesadillas no son reales ni pueden hacernos daño. Soñar con algo aterrador no significa que sucederá en la vida real. Tampoco significa que seas una mala persona que quiere hacer cosas malas.

No eres infantil por sentir miedo después de una pesadilla. A veces el simple hecho de hablar con alguien basta para olvidar lo acontecido.

Las pesadillas pueden ser aterradoras un rato, pero ahora ya tienes más claro que son y que hacer.....



Vocabulario

La pesadilla:Sueño que produce angustia y temor.

El sueño:Acto de dormir. Representación en la fantasía de sucesos o imágenes mientras se duerme.

El miedo:Sensación de alerta y angustia por la presencia de peligro o mal, sea real o imaginario.

Real:Que tiene existencia verdadera y efectiva.

Imaginario:Solo tiene existencia en la imaginación y fantasía.

Aterrador:Que causa miedo o terror.

Malo:Que se opone a la razón o a la moralidad.

Despertar:Interrumpir el sueño del que duerme. Momento en que se despierta alguien.

Dormir:Estar en un estado de reposo en el que se suspende toda actividad conciente y todo movimiento voluntario.

Olvidar:Dejar de retener algo en la memoria.

La ansiedad:Estado de agitación o inquietud del ánimo.

El enojo:Sentimiento de ira o enfado.

 

 

Student Activities

After reading the story about “Pesadillas”, the students will discuss and analyze the theme.

Assessment

Teacher’s observations and student’s participation

Homework

 

Vocabulary

 

Resources

Spanish 2, ¡Aventura! ¡A toda vela! EMC Publishing, LLC, 2009. www.quizlet.com www.spanishspanish.com / Video Clips, www.auladiez.com & Powerpoint presentations

Spanish 2

for SS

 

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Objective (Student will…)

 

Write about one of their pesadillas

NM State Standard & Benchmarks

Standard 2: By listening, observing, reading and discussing, students will comprehend and interpret oral, written and visual messages on a variety of topics.

Essential Question

How will I effectively communicate through speaking and writing in the target language?

Prepare for Learning

Write in their diaries

Lesson Modifications for Special Needs

Allow students to take extra time, minimized auditory distractions, seat closed to me, provide a hard copy of the assignment, use the overhead projector to enlarge the material, extra time for oral written responses and before or after school tutoring.

Lesson Strategies

Apply what they learn to real-life experiences, discussions, informal small groups, role playing, cooperative learning & integrating technology.

Teacher Activities

Assist students with their writing

Student Activities

Students will write about their pesadillas in details

Assessment

Teacher’s observations and student’s participation

Homework

 

Vocabulary

 

Resources

Spanish 2, ¡Aventura! ¡A toda vela! EMC Publishing, LLC, 2009. www.quizlet.com www.spanishspanish.com / Video Clips, www.auladiez.com & Powerpoint presentations

Spanish 2

for SS

 

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Objective (Student will…)

 

Discuss sueños and their meaning

NM State Standard & Benchmarks

Standard 3: Students will understand the relationship between language and culture

Standard 4: Students will develop an understanding of other cultures, including such elements as their value systems, languages, traditions and individual perspectives

Essential Question

What are listeners thinking about as they hear?

Prepare for Learning

Write in their diaries

Lesson Modifications for Special Needs

Allow students to take extra time, minimized auditory distractions, seat closed to me, provide a hard copy of the assignment, use the overhead projector to enlarge the material, extra time for oral written responses and before or after school tutoring.

Lesson Strategies

Apply what they learn to real-life experiences, discussions, informal small groups, role playing, cooperative learning & integrating technology.

Teacher Activities

Discuss the meaning of dream

Research meaning of dreams

Student Activities

Students will discuss dreams and conduct research about the meaning

of dreams

Assessment

Teacher’s observations and student’s participation

Homework

 

Vocabulary

 

Resources

Spanish 2, ¡Aventura! ¡A toda vela! EMC Publishing, LLC, 2009. www.quizlet.com www.spanishspanish.com / Video Clips, www.auladiez.com & Powerpoint presentations

Spanish 2

for SS

 

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Objective (Student will…)

 

Present their two “sueños” y significado to the class

 

NM State Standard & Benchmarks

Standard 3: Students will understand the relationship between language and culture

Standard 4: Students will develop an understanding of other cultures, including such elements as their value systems, languages, traditions and individual perspectives

Essential Questions

What are listeners thinking about as they listen to the information?

Prepare for Learning

Write in their diaries

Lesson Modifications for Special Needs

Allow students to take extra time, minimized auditory distractions, seat closed to me, provide a hard copy of the assignment, use the overhead projector to enlarge the material, extra time for oral written responses and before or after school tutoring.

Lesson Strategies

Apply what they learn to real-life experiences, discussions, informal small groups, role playing, cooperative learning & integrating technology.

Teacher Activities

Assist the students with their presentations about “sueños”

Student Activities

Present their research about the meaning of two “sueños”

Assessment

Teacher’s observations and student’s participation

Homework

 

Vocabulary

 

Resources

Spanish 2, ¡Aventura! ¡A toda vela! EMC Publishing, LLC, 2009. www.quizlet.com www.spanishspanish.com / Video Clips, www.auladiez.com & Powerpoint presentations

Spanish 2

for SS

 

Friday, April 25, 2014

Objective (Student will…)

 

take quiz about Fobias

NM State Standard & Benchmarks

Standard 4: Students will develop an understanding of other cultures, including such elements as their value systems, languages, traditions and individual perspectives

Essential Question

Why do we need to evaluate what we read?

Prepare for Learning

Write in their diaries

Lesson Modifications for Special Needs

Allow students to take extra time, minimized auditory distractions, seat closed to me, provide a hard copy of the assignment, use the overhead projector to enlarge the material, extra time for oral written responses and before or after school tutoring.

Lesson Strategies

Apply what they learn to real-life experiences, discussions, informal small groups, role playing, cooperative learning & integrating technology.

Teacher Activities

Allow a few minutes for the students to write in their diaries and review for the quiz

Monitor the quiz

Student Activities

Write in their diaries, review and take quiz about fobias

Assessment

Teacher’s observations and student’s participation

Homework

 

Vocabulary

 

Resources

Spanish 2, ¡Aventura! ¡A toda vela! EMC Publishing, LLC, 2009. www.quizlet.com www.spanishspanish.com / Video Clips, www.auladiez.com & Powerpoint presentations

 

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