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MERLOT II


    

Learning Exercise


Material: Artenautas
Submitted by: Margarita Esparza Hodge on Mar 25, 2003
Date Last Modified: Mar 26, 2003
Title: Vocabulario para "Un dia sin musica"
Description: Would you like to develop a strategy for enhancing your vocabulary in Spanish? If you are a "Spanish heritage speaker, " are there words in your "dialecto" that are different from the ones used in the reading of "Un dia sin musica?" Learn how to expand your Spanish vocabulary for speaking and writing, and for describing a word when you can't remember its name.
Time Required One - two week
Topics: Spanish Vocabulary
Course: Bilingual Programs, Third Year H.S or AP, College - second through fourth semesters, Spanish for Heritage Speaker courses
Prerequisites Skills: Spanish language proficiency with ability to read
Learning Objectives: Student will learn to create word lists for use in expanding their vocabulary
Technical Notes: Multimedia - Flash
Text of Learning Exercise:

Untitled Document





Vocabulario:




1. Crea una tabla.

2. Haz una lista de vocabulario nuevo.

3. Si sabes otra palabra parecida en tu dialecto familiar, anota el país
dónde se usa.

4. Describe la palabra nueva usando la circunlocución para esta palabra.


5. Escribe una frase usando la palabra nueva.


Tu tabla debe de tener cuatro columnas para :


a) Palabras

b) Traducción de palabra o palabra semejante en uso en otro país
de habla hispana

c) Circunlocución

d) Frase con palabra nueva



Para encontrar diccionarios en la red:

http://spanishwritingcenter.cla.umn.edu/links.html


Para describir cosas, ver:

http://www.nv.cc.va.us/home/nvhodgm/DescriptionThings.htm


 






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