Periodo: Fecha: ¡Desfile de moda!



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Fecha:
¡Desfile de moda!

¡Vamos a tener un desfile de moda! We’re going to have a fashion show! Working in groups of 3-4, you’re going to present your compañeros to the class in Spanish as they walk the pasarela. You will describe what they are wearing and what it is made of, their accessories, their appearance (including their hair, eyes, face and stature) and personality, what they like to do, and what they do not like to do … all in Spanish! Your presentations will include the following components … (y ¡no inglés):




  • Introduction (Les presento a Marcos) including where the person is from

  • Description of what the person is wearing (with colors and materials) – include three articles of clothing and use two to three materials (p. 75)

  • Description of person’s accessories – include two accessories (items, p. 75)

  • Description of person’s appearance (hair, eyes, face shape, and stature, p. 53)

  • Description of person’s personality (three adjectives about personality from p. 53)

  • Two things the person likes to do

  • One thing the person does not like to do


Example: ¡Buenos días! Les presento a Señorita Ko. Ella es de Chicago, Illinois. Hoy Srta. Ko lleva una camisa verde de algodón, unos pantalones oscuros y flojos de poliéster, y unos zapatos negros. Además, ella lleva los pendientes y una pulsera de plata y tiene un bolso de colores brillantes. Ella tiene el pelo negro en una cola de caballo, los ojos marrones, y una cara ovalada. Es alta y lleva los lentes de contacto. También es amable, cómica, y sociable. A ella le gusta bailar, escuchar a música, leer y comer en restaurantes. No le gusta jugar a los videojuegos.
To get started, you’re going to have to plan ahead. You will write the scripts in class this week and you will present in front of the class, in Spanish. Since we are writing these early, you need to plan what you will wear to school that day so that your presentations are accurate.
Everyone in the group needs to write the script. Señorita Ko will check the FINISHED scripts on . Everyone in the group needs to have a copy of the script so they know what to say and so the order of the presentation goes smoothly. As well, it is CRITICAL that each student practices pronunciation and adequately prepares for the presentation’s day of desfile de moda. (NOTE: As you prepare the scripts, remember all that you have learned about articles and noun-adjective agreement.)
Have fun with this project! Be creative! Make it enjoyable for your classmates. Señorita Ko will reward extra credit points for especially creative presentations … and the class will vote on the best desfile de moda!
Learning outcomes: By completing this project successfully in Spanish, you will:

  • Review and practice describing people in Spanish using the present tense and fashion vocabulary;

  • Apply the rules of noun-adjective agreement in a realistic situation;

  • Activate and demonstrate your written and oral communication skills in Spanish;

  • Review and practice the elements of narration in Spanish;

  • Produce a product that plays to your strengths;

  • Apply pronunciation rules during an oral presentation



La rúbrica:
You will be graded on your presentation with the rubric below:


CATEGORY
POINTS:

EXCELENTE
25 24 23

BUEN TRABAJO
22 21 20

BIEN
19 18 17

NECESITA AYUDA
16 15 14 - 0

Preparation

Before the fashion show, the student prepared a script that included ALL of the required elements.

Before the fashion show, the student prepared a script that lacked 1 of the required elements.

Before the fashion show, the student prepared a script that lacked 2-3 of the required elements.

Before the fashion show, the student prepared a script that lacked more than 3 of the required elements OR the student DID NOT prepare a script.

Content

Shows a full understanding of the topic by writing and giving an oral presentation FREE of grammatical and vocabulary errors.

Shows a good understanding of the topic by writing and giving an oral presentation with 2 or less grammatical and vocabulary errors.

Shows a good understanding of the topic by writing and giving an oral presentation with 3-4 grammatical and vocabulary errors.

Does not seem to understand the topic very well due to writing and giving an oral presentation with 4 or more grammatical and vocabulary errors.

Speaks Clearly

Speaks clearly and distinctly all (100-95%) the time, and mispronounces NO words.

Speaks clearly and distinctly all (100-95%) the time, but mispronounces 1-2 words.

Speaks clearly and distinctly most ( 94-85%) of the time. Mispronounces no more than 3 words.

Often mumbles or can not be understood OR mispronounces more than 3 words.

Preparedness

Student is completely prepared and has obviously rehearsed.

Student seems pretty prepared but might have needed a couple more rehearsals.

The student is somewhat prepared, but it is clear that rehearsal was lacking.

Student does not seem at all prepared to present.

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