Sample beginners writing assignment:
Prepare a flyer / travel brochure
Mexico City is one of the biggest cities in the world. Find 3 pictures of Mexico City: something old, something new and something you really like. In your travel brochure, identify and describe each picture.
Variation: Each student chooses ONE capital of a Spanish speaking country and finds 3 pictures.....
Útil A has 10 topics. Each one has a specific writing assignment.
1. Prepare a flyer.
2. Prepare an itinerary for a trip.
3. Organize the information for a documentary.
4. Make a placemat for a restaurant. Every table will have one.
5. You will be interviewed. Get ready.
6. Find pictures and compare them.
7. Give advice. Good advice? Bad advice?
8. Write a dialogue for a shopping trip.
9. Create or draw a map and add the description.
10. Prepare an itinerary for a trip to Machu Picchu
Students explore both the famous and the out of the way places in the Spanish speaking World. They include Machu Picchu and Aracataca; La Boquería and Bilbao; Cartagena de Indias and the Chilean Lake Region. The places are diverse: markets, beach resorts, treasure fleets. The assignments tap into students´ natural attraction to the digital media.
Number of pages: 42
Teacher and student rubrics: included
Name of store: MirafloresCultura
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Web-based. Students use KEY WORDS to search the internet. Websites are often unreliable but key words always work. Each of the six downloads has 10 general assignments. Each assignment has 3 levels of difficulty, therefore 30 writing suggestions per download. Total 180 bilingual writing assignments. The assignments are classroom tested, so students cannot cut and paste! They are written in such a way that the student researches the subject, then puts it together creatively. Differentiated. For every assignments there are three levels of difficulty. The many, many key words introduce students to names and places they have never heard of and allow them to explore the great wealth of the Spanish speaking world. For example, if you ask students to look up photography, they will waste precious time and come up with inapropriate materials. But ask to look up Manuel Álvarez Bravo, a whole new world opens. Add to that a specific request, and presto, you have interested students and great results. Let your students follow their own interests. There are assignments on sports, ecology, artists, places and more.
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