¿Hablas de tu familia?

¿Afirmativamente

o

negativamente?

¡Sí! Mucho…

A veces…

Raramente…

¿Quién mira más televisión?

¿Quién come más?

¿Quién está obsesionado con las compras?

¿Quién cocina más?

¿Quién limpia más?

¿Quién limpia menos?

¿Quién es el más ruidoso?

¿Quién habla más?

¿Quién habla menos?

¿Quién es el mejor vestido?

¿Quién causa más drama?

¿Cómo eres tú?

¿Cómo es tu familia?

Incluye sus nombres, sus relaciones y otra información.

Resources/Ideas only at this time. 

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Main Focus: more/less, what a family member does

Prep:

  • Option: Download the photos that are above

Daily Objective

Introduce the daily objective. You can use props, acting, and simplified language to explain it.

Question – Personal Connections

Ask the question to introduce/recycle the frequency words. 

To extend the conversation, ask where and with whom they talk about their families.

Who…??

Show the questions and images one at a time to promote conversation.

Novices may answer with one word (the family member).

Encourage them to say the whole statement. “My dad cleans the most.”

Could do Agree/Disagree with this.

Speaking – Do you have…? 

THIS IS A NEW IDEA… 

Use this one or make one with new squares that uses these specific vocabulary words.

Looking for another task to do here.

Check for Learning

Refer back to the daily objective.

 

Mark their “Objective Sheets” if they can do it at their proficiency target.

Remind them to be working on their “Experiences,” especially if one relates to this objective.

If they are using the “Unit Vocabulary Sheet,” give them time to write down what they learned today.

Extension Ideas

None at this time.

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14 Comments

  1. Karen Jordan

    Any ideas on how soon it will be ready???

    • Kara Parker

      There’s not a date that I expect to have it completed. Trying to find some inspiration to finish it. However, you could use the images that are here now and add to another lesson.

      • Karen Jordan

        Okay, thanks!

      • Maria Paz

        Is there a way to get the powerpoint version of the images? I would really love to use them.

        • Kara Parker

          I put the photos up in the teacher section. Curious… what are you going to do with them? I had some major “planner’s block” on this lesson!

  2. Kelly Malyszek

    I’m not sure if this will help with this particular section (probably better with famous families), but I was inspired a few years back (from your blog) to make a prezi using the royal families in the UK and in Spain to review family relationship words and teach a little bit of culture. (I need to update it.) Most of my students were familiar with Harry and Meghan, and so it helped to introduce them/compare it to Juan Carlos’ family.

    • Kara Parker

      Thanks for sharing, Kelly! Great comparison!

  3. Anthony Erlandson

    This lesson was such a hit. I even noticed students trying to keep each other in the target language! I’m going to adapt this to other units to use as a general review day before assessments.

    • Kara Parker

      Yay! Glad to hear that and that’s a good tip for efficient lesson planning. 🙂

  4. Andrea Williamson

    Hola 🙂 The image with the Puedo statement seems to be missing, although everything seems to be in place. Could you please check it? I love your visuals SO MUCH!

    • Kara Parker

      Ah thanks, Andrea! I love making those. Thanks for letting me know it was glitchy. All fixed now!

  5. Jill Boussy

    Hi- I was doing the family lesson and the first photograph with the remote control has a questionable image in the right corner. Although it is someone’s hand on a knee, my middle school students viewed it as a penis. It made for an inappropriate class.

    • Kara Parker

      I cropped the image to avoid that in the future.

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