Greetings and Small Talk Lesson Plan

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1 Lesson Plan Video: 13 minutes Lesson: 37 minutes Pre-viewing :00 Warm up: Demonstrate a few common English greetings, pleasantries and topics of small talk. Have the students brainstorm some of their own. Write them on the board. 2 minutes :02 Pre-test: Ask the students if they know how to express any greetings, pleasantries or common small talk phrases in Spanish. Ask them in what situations they would use these words and phrases and with whom they would use them. Ask students to pronounce them. Go over the learning objectives. 4 minutes Viewing :06 Playing Video: Hand out in Viewing Guide and go over viewing questions and expectations. While the program is playing, pay careful attention to students reactions. Difficult concepts include the familiar and formal forms of a question, and the placement of Spanish question marks and exclamation points. Pause and check students comprehension periodically after key points. 13 minutes Post-viewing :19 Question & Answer Session: Ask the class for the answers to the viewing questions. See if any parts of the program were difficult or confusing for the students. Ask a few questions to check their understanding of the key topics. 5 minutes Sample Questions 1. What are some different ways to greet someone in Spanish? 2. What does y tú mean? When would you use it? 3. How are questions and exclamations punctuated differently in Spanish? Handouts :24 Practicing Material: Hand out the Worksheet and give the class 6-8 minutes to complete it. Students are allowed to use their Viewing Guide. Monitor the students progress, helping where needed. Go over Worksheet as a class. 10 minutes :34 Applying Material: Hand out the Activity. Students are allowed to use dictionaries to come up with their own answers to Where are you going? If time permits, allow students to perform their dialogue in front of the class. 13 minutes :47 Wrap-up: Briefly sum up what has been covered in class, using the students to do the summary. Assign any homework. 3 minutes Viewing Questions Answer Key (Note: there are several possible answers to these questions) 1. How would you respond (in Spanish) if your friend says, Hola to you at 9:30 a.m.? Buenos días! Hola! 2. If you see a friend walking down the hall, how would you say How ya doing? in Spanish? Cómo estás? Qué tal? Cómo te va? 3. Cuántos años tiene usted? Yo tengo años.

2 Teacher s Reference Guide Video: 13 minutes Lesson: 37 minutes Learning Objectives At the end of the module, students will be able to: define, pronounce and correctly spell vocabulary words and phrases use greetings and goodbyes use the following questions and their appropriate responses in a conversation: How are you? What is your name? Where are you from? How old are you? apply the rules of punctuation for the placement of question marks and exclamation points Materials Video: vocabulary, greetings and pleasantries, getting to know people; 13 minutes long Viewing Guide: vocabulary, greetings, goodbyes, niceties, small talk, 3 Viewing Questions Worksheet: greetings, niceties, getting to know people Activity Sheet: dialogue reinforcing greetings, niceties, and getting to know people Check Your Knowledge: vocabulary, niceties, punctuation, small talk, getting to know people; 50 points Background There are many grammatical structures in the phrases that the students may not know, such as verb conjugation, familiar vs. formal, and question words. Students should be prepared to learn many of the phrases without worrying about how they re constructed. Students should also be familiar with numbers in Spanish. Preparation None required. Extension: Supply the students with additional phrases and have them develop their own dialogues or skits.

3 Viewing Guide VOCABULARY los años years bien good; fine la clase class hoy today la historia history muy very el perdedor loser también also tú you y and Greetings Hola Buenos días Buenas tardes Buenas noches Goodbyes Adiós Hasta luego Ciao Nos vemos Hello Good morning Good afternoon Good night Goodbye Until later Goodbye See you later Niceties Cómo estás? How are you? Qué tal? How are you? Cómo te va? How are you? Bien Fine Bien, gracias Fine, thank you Está bien It s okay Así, así So, so No muy bien Not very well Y tú? And you? Small Talk A dónde vas? How are you? Tengo prisa How are you? Qué haces hoy? How are you? Qué lástima! What a pity Gracias Thank you De nada You re welcome Cómo se llama usted? Me llamo Cuántos años tiene usted? Yo tengo años De dónde es usted? Yo soy de What is your name? My name is How old are you? I am years old Where are you from? I am from Punctuation Malfunction? No Way! When writing Spanish questions, place an upside-down question mark at the beginning of the question, and one right-side-up at the end. Exclamation points work the same way: one upside-down at the beginning of the sentence, and one right-side-up at the end. Viewing Questions (Note: there are several possible answers to these questions) 1. How would you respond (in Spanish) if your friend says, Hola to you at 9:30 am? 2. If you see a friend walking down the hall, how would you say, How ya doing? in Spanish? 3. Cuántos años tiene usted?

4 Worksheet A. Greetings! In the blanks provided, write a greeting that you could use for the following people. 1. your teacher 2. your friend s parents at 9:30 pm 3. your best friend 4. your grandmother, first thing in the morning 5. the waitress at breakfast 6. your dentist at 1:00 pm B. How YOU Doin? Answer the following questions according to the set of circumstances described in parentheses. Note: if you want to say you re doing very well, use muy bien. Example: Cómo estás? (Your pet goldfish ran away.) No muy bien. 1. Qué tal? (Life is good and you ve got nothing to complain about.) 2. Cómo estás? (You just found out you have to go to summer school.) 3. Qué tal? (You re good, but not great. You also want to know how your friend is doing.) 4. Cómo te va? (Some things are good, other things aren t so good.) 5. Cómo estás? (Vacation just started, and you don t have any homework.) C. Who Are You? Please translate the following dialogue. Be sure to use proper punctuation. Hello. What s your name? My name is (your name). How old are you? I am (your age) years old. Where are you from? I am from (your home town). Thanks! You re welcome!

5 Worksheet Answer Key A. Greetings! In the blanks provided, write a greeting that you could use for the following people. 1. your teacher Hola / Buenos días / Buenas tardes 2. your friend s parents at 9:30 pm Hola / Buenas noches 3. your best friend Hola / Qué tal? / Cómo estás? 4. your grandmother, first thing in the morning Hola / Buenos días 5. the waitress at breakfast Hola / Buenos días 6. your dentist at 1:00 pm Hola / Buenas tardes B. How YOU Doin? Answer the following questions according to the set of circumstances described in parentheses. Note: if you want to say you re doing very well, use muy bien. Example: Cómo estás? (Your pet goldfish ran away.) No muy bien. 1. Qué tal? (Life is good and you ve got nothing to complain about.) Bien. 2. Cómo estás? (You just found out you have to go to summer school.) No muy bien. 3. Qué tal? (You re good, but not great. You also want to know how your friend is doing.) Bien. Y tú? 4. Cómo te va? (Some things are good, other things aren t so good.) Así, así. 5. Cómo estás? (Vacation just started, and you don t have any homework.) Muy bien. C. Who Are You? Please translate the following dialogue. Be sure to use proper punctuation. Hello. What s your name? My name is (your name). How old are you? I am (your age) years old. Where are you from? I am from (your home town). Thanks! You re welcome! Hola. Cómo se llama? Me llamo (student s name). Cuántos años tiene usted? Tengo (student s age) años. De dónde es usted? Soy de (home town). Gracias! De nada!

6 Activity May I Ask You a Few Questions? Time for some role-playing! Split up into groups of two. The object is to correctly translate the following dialogue into Spanish and act it out with your partner. One of you will be the INTERVIEWER, and the other will be the INTERVIEWEE. To answer the question, Where are you going? the INTERVIEWEE should pick a response from the box to the right. When done, switch roles and repeat the dialogue. THE INTERVIEW Good morning. Hello. How are you? Fine, thanks. And you? Not very well. What a pity! What s your name? My name is (interviewee s name). How old are you, (interviewee s age)? I am (interviewee s age) years old. Where are you from? I am from (interviewee s home town). Where are you going? (See list at right) and I m in a hurry. I m sorry (lo siento). Thanks. You re welcome. Goodbye. Goodbye. Answers to Where are you going? Voy a clase. (I m going to class.) Voy a la escuela. (I m going to school.) Voy a la playa. (I m going to the beach.) Voy a mi casa (I m going to my house.) Voy al cine. (I m going to the movie theater.) Voy a la panadería. (I m going to the bakery.) Voy al zoológico. (I m going to the zoo.) Voy al museo. (I m going to the museum.) Voy al parque. (I m going to the park.) Voy a un restaurante. (I m going to a restaurant.)...or make up your own!

7 Check Your Knowledge A. Vocabulary: How Do You Say...? Translate the following words into Spanish. (2 points each) Total Score / 50 years history class also B. Mind the Gaps! Using your knowledge of greetings and small talk, complete the following phrases. (1 point each) Example: tengo prisa. (I m in a hurry.) 1. días. (Good day.) 2., así. (So, so.) 3. luego. (See you later.) 4. A vas? (Where are you going?) 5. Nos. (See you later.) 6. Qué haces? (What are you doing today?) 7. estás? (How are you?) 8. lástima! (What a pity!) 9. Qué? (How are you?) 10. De. (You re welcome.) C. Punctuation Malfunctions Punctuate the following English phrases according to the Spanish rules. If no change is needed, write No change next to the phrase. (1/2 point each) Get off of me! Where s my pudding? Look out! Are you my doctor? I have a frog in my pocket. Ouch! D. Say What? (1 point for each correct answer) List four ways to greet someone: List three ways to say goodbye: List two ways to ask someone how they re doing: List two possible answers to one of the questions you wrote above: E. Get to Know Me! Translate the following dialogue. Be sure to use proper Spanish punctuation. (3 points each) Alonso: Hello. What s your name? Pablo: My name is Pablo. Alonso: How old are you? Pablo: I am 17 years old. Alonso: Where are you from? Pablo: I am from Houston.

8 A. Vocabulary: How Do You Say...? Translate the following words into Spanish. (2 points each) Check Your Knowledge Answer Key Total Score / 50 years los años history la historia class la clase also también B. Mind the Gaps! Using your knowledge of greetings and small talk, complete the following phrases. (1 point each) Example: tengo prisa. (I m in a hurry.) 1. Buenos días. (Good day.) 2. Así, así. (So, so.) 3. Hasta luego. (See you later.) 4. A dónde vas? (Where are you going?) 5. Nos vemos. (See you later.) 6. Qué haces hoy? (What are you doing today?) 7. Cómo estás? (How are you?) 8. Qué lástima! (What a pity!) 9. Qué tal? (How are you?) 10. De nada. (You re welcome.) C. Punctuation Malfunctions Punctuate the following English phrases according to the Spanish rules. If no change is needed, write No change next to the phrase. (1/2 point each) Get off of me! Where s my pudding? Look out! Are you my doctor? I have a frog in my pocket. No change Ouch! D. Say What? (1 point for each correct answer) List four ways to greet someone: Hola/ Buenos días / Buenas tardes / Buenas noches / Cómo estás? / Qué tal? / Cómo te va? List three ways to say goodbye: Adiós / Hasta luego / Ciao / Nos vemos List two ways to ask someone how they re doing: Cómo estás? / Qué tal? / Cómo te va? List two possible answers to the one of the questions you wrote above: No muy bien / Así, así / Bien, gracias / Bien E. Get to Know Me! Translate the following dialogue. Be sure to use proper Spanish punctuation. (3 points each) Alonso: Hello. What s your name? Pablo: My name is Pablo. Alonso: How old are you? Pablo: I am 17 years old. Alonso: Where are you from? Pablo: I am from Houston. Hola. Cómo se llama? Me llamo Pablo. Cuántos años tiene usted? Yo tengo diecisiete años. De dónde es usted? Yo soy de Houston.

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