Lessons 8-9

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The lesson for these two days is built around the activities and interests of Gabriel, a boy from Cordoba in Spain. Students learn about Gabriel and, after preparing their own "horarios," compare their schedules with Gabriel's schedule.
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This resource is the basis for the lesson plan that asks students to compare their own activities with those of Gabriel, a boy from Cordoba in Spain. It has a paragraph in which Gabriel introduces himself, then his complete schedule for during the week and on weekends.
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This teacher resource is a list of vocabulary students will use to read about, discuss, and write about their own leisure activities and those of Gabriel, a boy from Cordoba in Spain.
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This handout has a paragraph where Gabriel introduces himself and what he likes to do. The "horario" is incomplete. Students fill it out while listening to the teacher, who reads Gabriel's schedule to them, or by reading Teacher Resource 1 for this lesson.
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On this handout, students compare their own activities with those of Gabriel, the boy from Cordoba. They identify both similarities and differences.
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On this handout, students compare the activities they do with their own families with activities that Gabriel, the boy from Cordoba, does with his family.
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Handout 4- Lesson 8 Mi horario

by Wyoming 6-8 Project

On this chart, students write their weekday and their weekend activities along with the times they do them.
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PowerPoint 6-Unit3 for Lesson 8

by Wyoming 6-8 Project

This PowerPoint is a slide that shows examples of tapas and soft drinks that students in Spain might drink. It can be used in a variety of ways: for a bulletin board, to stimulate discussion, to explain what tapas are, etc.
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