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Podcast 3

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Podcast 3

 

Task: You and a partner will role-play a conversation  in Spanish between an American exchange student and a host student in Uruguay. You will each take one of the two roles and gather information about the other person.

 

Step 1

You will role-play the conversation below with a partner during class in order to prepare  your own .

HOST STUDENT: ¡Hola, Pablo! Soy Rosa.

EXCHANGE STUDENT: ¡Hola, Rosa! ¿Cómo estás?

HOST STUDENT: Bien, gracias.

 

HOST STUDENT: Pues Pablo, ¿te gusta ir a la escuela?

EXCHANGE STUDENT: Sí, me gusta mucho. Me gusta dibujar y escribir cuentos. ¿Y tú?

¿Qué te gusta hacer en la escuela?

HOST STUDENT: A mí también me gusta ir a la escuela. Me gusta mucho correr y

practicar deportes, pero no me gusta estudiar mucho. Me gusta

más la hora de almuerzo. ¿Qué te gusta comer en el almuerzo?

EXCHANGE STUDENT: Yo como un sándwich de jamón y queso o una hamburguesa. ¿Y tú?

HOST STUDENT: A mí me encantan las ensaladas. No me gusta nada la carne.

¿Qué te gusta beber?

EXCHANGE STUDENT: Yo bebo los refrescos todos los días. ¿Qué bebes tú?

HOST STUDENT: A mí me gustan los jugos de frutas o bebo agua.

HOST STUDENT: ¡Hola, Pablo! Soy Rosa.

EXCHANGE STUDENT: ¡Hola, Rosa! ¿Cómo estás?

HOST STUDENT: Bien, gracias.

 

Here's how to prepare:

 

Step 2

On a separate sheet of paper, make a list of questions in Spanish that you might ask the exchange student. Find out:

(a) what his or her favorite activities are

(b) where is he/she from, how old is he.

(b) what he or she likes to eat and drink for breakfast (or lunch)

(c) ask questions about the places he or she likes to go to eat during the weekends.

 

Now, work on completing the conversation. Use filler words that you have learned and the information you have collected. See the model.

Work with your partner to coordinate answers and to come up with a greeting and a farewell for your conversation.

Revise your work.

 

REMEMBER: Be creative, have fun and use as much vocabulary as possible!

 

Step 3

You will  record  or videotape your conversation with your partner. The host student

will go first. Listen to what your partner says and to continue the conversation appropriately.

Upon completion, send this podcast to jgiraldo@uamail.unionacademy.org and name it  podcast3A

 

 

Muchas Gracias,

 

 

 

 

Sr. Giraldo

 

Podcast 3

 

Task: You and a partner will role-play a telephone conversation in Spanish between an American exchange student and a host student in Uruguay. You will each take one of the two roles and gather information about the other person.

Step 1

You will role-play this conversation with a partner. Your role will be that of the host

student. Here’s how to prepare:

 

Step 2

On a separate sheet of paper, make a list of two questions in Spanish that you might ask the exchange student. Find out:

(a) what his or her favorite activities are

(b) what he or she likes to eat and drink for breakfast (or lunch)

 

Step 3 Revise your work.

 

A. Work with your partner to coordinate answers and to come up with a greeting and a

farewell for your conversation. Here is a way to begin:

HOST STUDENT: ¡Hola, Pablo! Soy Rosa.

EXCHANGE STUDENT: ¡Hola, Rosa! ¿Cómo estás?

HOST STUDENT: Bien, gracias.

B. Now, work on completing the conversation. Use filler words that you have learned

and the information you have collected from part A. See below for a model.

HOST STUDENT: Pues Pablo, ¿te gusta ir a la escuela?

EXCHANGE STUDENT: Sí, me gusta mucho. Me gusta dibujar y escribir cuentos. ¿Y tú?

¿Qué te gusta hacer en la escuela?

HOST STUDENT: A mí también me gusta ir a la escuela. Me gusta mucho correr y

practicar deportes, pero no me gusta estudiar mucho. Me gusta

más la hora de almuerzo. ¿Qué te gusta comer en el almuerzo?

EXCHANGE STUDENT: Yo como un sándwich de jamón y queso o una hamburguesa. ¿Y tú?

HOST STUDENT: A mí me encantan las ensaladas. No me gusta nada la carne.

¿Qué te gusta beber?

EXCHANGE STUDENT: Yo bebo los refrescos todos los días. ¿Qué bebes tú?

HOST STUDENT: A mí me gustan los jugos de frutas o bebo agua.

C. Finally, work on your ending. Look again at the Study guides from  previous chapters in or in your online textbook to get ideas for how to say good-bye. Below is a sample of how to end the conversation modeled above.

EXCHANGE STUDENT: Bien, pues, ¡Hasta luego!

HOST STUDENT: ¡Nos vemos!

 

Step 3

You will be asked to record your conversation with your partner. The host student

will go first. Listen to what your partner says and to continue the conversation appropriately.

 

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