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These are the lessons for a 3rd Grade unit on the parts of the body and basic third-person verbs. We will also be using body vocab to learn to talk about what our bodies can do (i.e. run, jump, eat, and see). The unit will culminate in a Trimester Project which will consist of students working in small groups to create a “monstruo” using body vocabulary and writing a short paragraph about it’s super powers (i.e. El monstruo tiene cuatro piernas. Puede corer muy rapido.)In the first three weeks we will use the song “Cabeza, Brazos, Piernas, Pies” as well as two Total Physical Response activities and a Dictation activity to learn vocabulary for parts of the body. In the first week we will focus on cabeza, hombros, brazos, manos, piernas, and rodillas. In the second week we will focus on the cara: ojos, orejas, boca, and naríz. During these weeks we will also be making a vocabulary list in our Cuadernos (Notebooks) of all the body vocabulary and reflecting on the sounds that letters make in Spanish and how they are different from the sounds they make in English. We will especially focus on the sounds made by the a (aaah), j (hhhh), ll (lyah), and ñ (nyah). In the fourth and fifth week we will begin to use body vocabulary and TPR to learn basic Super Power verbs such as Puedo (I can), Puede (she/he can) comer (to eat), correr (to run), ver (to see), and brincar (to jump), volar (to fly). I will also read Donde Viven los Monstros to the class in Spanish using these basic verbs.
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