FINAL CONVERSATION EVALUATION INSTRUCTIONS

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FINAL CONVERSATION EVALUATION We are going to conduct next week’s final conversation evaluation this way. As before, none of the grading rubrics will change. The format, however, will be different. Instead of cards we are going to work with the drawings we have had for class, including the card game “Name it and claim it.” You will be given a drawing of a living room. I will ask you a question such as this: “¿Dónde está la lámpara? You will answer using the location vocabulary, for example, “la lámpara está enfrente del sofa.” I will do this for the living room, dining room and kitchen. I will ask you to give the location of two articles for each room for a total of 6 articles. These six articles will be used instead of six cards like we used at midterm
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