Lesson Plan – Verbs TENER, COMER, ESTAR and HAY to Talk About Food – Food Vocabulary – While reviewing a series of videos, students take note of the food they see and hear. Then, the verbs tener, comer, estar and hay will be presented or reviewed in this context. Finally, they apply what they have learned in this and in previous lessons to improvise a dialogue in pairs of students.
– First, students will learn the direct object pronouns’ forms through a video. Then, they create, in pairs, a cheat sheet that they will present to the class —all the students will choose the best, which will be displayed in the classroom. Finally, they carry out three oral activities in order to practice the direct object forms, beginning with those corresponding to yo, tú, then those corresponding to nosotros/nosotras, ustedes and finally the third-person forms, both in singular and plural. During these activities, vocabulary related to food will be used.
GOYO Verbs and Lunch Vocabulary – Students will be able to describe the process of making their lunch/ what they bring in their lunches to school using the food vocabulary. By use of oral and written activities, they will be able to demonstrate the use of GOYO irregular verbs and food vocabulary.
Negative TU Commands – Cooking Expressions, Food, Appliances, Following a Recipe Lesson Plan – By the end of this lesson, students will be able to use negative commands to express orders to the people and ask questions to confirm whether something should be done or not and understand the answers if negative commands are used.
By the end of this activity, students will have reviewed Spanish food vocabulary and learned new Spanish vocabulary to describe the food as well as how to prepare it.
Comida tradicional: La identidad pública y privada – Identidad nacional y étnica (México) – In this activity, students learn about Mexican gastronomy, and how food represents the identity of a community.