¿Qué se puede hacer durante el verano?

Crea tu «lista de deseos de verano».

¿Qué quieres hacer para

divertirte

este verano?

¿Qué quieres hacer para

mejorarte físicamente

este verano?

¿Qué quieres hacer para

mejorarte mentalmente

este verano?

¿Qué quieres hacer para

ayudar a tu familia

este verano?

¿Qué quieres hacer para

ayudar a tu comunidad

este verano?

¿Qué quieres hacer

cuando llueva

este verano?

¿Qué quieres hacer

cuando haga calor

este verano?

¿Qué quieres hacer para

ganar dinero

este verano?

¿Qué quieres hacer para

relajarte

este verano?

¿Qué quieres hacer para

desafiarte a ti mismo

este verano?

¿Qué quieres hacer para

disfrutar de la naturaleza

este verano?

¿Quieres

asistir a un curso

este verano?

¿Quieres

tocar un instrumento

este verano?

¿Quieres

practicar un deporte

este verano?

¿Quieres

trabajar todos los días

este verano?

¿Quieres

viajar con tu familia

este verano?

¿Qué es lo que

más quieres hacer

este verano?

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Grammar in Context: “I want” + infinitive

Vocabulary: Summer Activities

Prep:

  • Download “Summer bucket list” for each student (note: there are two designs for them to choose from)
  • Print a few copies of each article listed below. Use www.printfriendly.com to remove ads. 
https://educrea.cl/actividades-para-realizar-en-las-vacaciones-verano/

https://www.massalagros.com/blog/100-cosas-que-hacer-en-verano-con-adolescentes/

5 cosas que no debes dejar de hacer si pasas el verano en Estados Unidos

10 actividades de verano divertidas y productivas para su hijo adolescente

https://ciudadanosenred.com.mx/educacion/actividades-comunidad-vacaciones-verano/

Each student will need one of these blank lists templates.

There are two versions for them to pick from, or they can design their own.

Introduce Objective 

Start by introducing the daily objective. By the end of the lesson, they should be able to do this at their proficiency target.

NOTE – The “Introduction” page has a mini-lesson on it about picking at “motto” for the summer. Don’t skip that!

Question

First let them brainstorm words that they already know that will help them complete today’s objective at their proficiency target.

En el verano, ¿Qué pasa con los adolescentes?

¿Qué haces normalmente en el verano? ¿Qué otras oportunidades están disponibles?

Possible Answers: trabajo/trabajar, jugar, viajes/viajar, aprender

The ad ends with these 3 words: 

relájate

diviértete

muévete

Summer Bucket Lists

Introduce that they will be making their own buckets lists. Put out the articles that you printed. Let them use those to get ideas to put on their sheet (there are two versions for them to pick from or they can create their own – lots of ideas on Google images). They can trade articles once they are done.

Encourage them to include multiple types of activities:

Activities to relax

Activities to learn/improve your mind/try

Activities to entertain yourself

Activities to move/stay healthy

People to visit/see

Things/Places to see/visit

Activities to play

Things to make/create

Activities to do with family

Activities to do with friends

Activities to help others

Interpersonal Speaking

Let them talk about their bucket lists.

Check for Learning / Reflect

Let them demonstrate how they can “say what they want to do this summer” with a partner to see if they can do it at their proficiency target. The partner will sign their name if they can do it.

You can 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:

  • Assign or let them choose 

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