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la categorías requeridas

  • History (3 or 4 major events), government (what type and who’s in charge), and demographics (what is the make-up of the population and geography?)
  • Food
  • Commerce, economy, and environmental concerns
  • Art and music
  • Cultural traditions: which may include holidays, famous  people, entertainment and sport
  • Resource Page


la descripción

The objective is to become acquainted with from 6 or 7 Spanish speaking countries to connect better to the Spanish language you are learning.

Groups of (4 or 5) students will sign up for one of the 21 countries listed in the classroom.

You will choose a captain, divide up the work and all will report to the class on the following topics: with current information, visuals, and a list of sources. Each person in the group will research on of the 5 topics below and be able to talk about it and present some type of visual display. Projects will be presented weekly starting after spring break. We will spend some class time on the project, but be prepared to work outside of class.

The “captain” will check from time to time on each person’s preparation progress and report to the teacher regarding the group’s progress.


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