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Matthew Street Lesson Plan for 07/02/2016 Spanish 1060 Class assignment: Capítulo 6 Las estaciones y el tiempo (pp. 162-174) Class Objectives: TSWBAT speak about the weather in general as well as discuss plans for travel TSWBAT use the present progressive to speak about what is going on at the present moment Proposal due: Cultural Research and Reflection Proposal is due Ti me Procedures Materials 2- min 5mi n Teacher begins by introducing the theme for today. Before class, teacher collects the proposals for cultural activities. Actividad de empezar Ss use the pictures to write two sentences: 1) with the simple present and 2) with the present progressive using the appropriate subjects. Teacher follows up by calling on student volunteers and cold calling other students. Hoy vamos a enfocarnos en el tiempo, las preposiciones de ubicación, y el presente progresivo. Primero, empezamos con una actividad de empezar. El presente progresivo (p.170) Usen las fotos para escribir 2 oraciones: una en el presente simple y la otra en el presente progresivo. Consulten el libro, página 170 para ayudar con la grámatica. Como siempre es necesario que trabajen y comuniquen con los compañ[email protected] 3 min La gramática: Presente progresivo (170-1) Teacher briefly explains the present progressive grammar, highlighting the differences between Spanish versus English uses. Teacher anticipates questions related to pronoun placement on gerund. Chicos, el presente progresivo se usa mucho en el inglés, de hecho, siempre lo usamos en la conversación normal. Bueno, en el español hay reglas diferentes y no lo usamos con la misma frecuencia que en inglés. Solo usamos, para hablar de ahora mismo. Por ejemplo, yo estoy
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  • Spring '18
  • Matthew Street

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