I Do Do You?
|Thematic Unit Title:||
I Do, Do You?
|Goals:||1. Communicate in Languages Other than English
2. Gain knowledge and Understanding of Other Cultures
3. Connect with Other Disciplines and Acquire Information
|Standards:||1.1 Students engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions.
1.2 Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics.
1.3 Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and readers for a variety of purposes.
2.1 Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives and practices of cultures studied and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts.
2.2 Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives and products/contributions of the cultures studied.
3.1 Students reinforce and further knowledge of other disciplines through foreign languages.
|Contexts\Outcomes:||Students engage in conversation, provide, obtain, and record information, and demonstrate an understanding of this event in the target culture.|
|Progress Indicators Goal 1:||
1.1B Converse using language and behaviors that are appropriate to the setting
|Progress Indicators Goal 2:||
2.1A Identify and react to cultural perspectives and practices in the culture studied.
|Progress Indicators Goal 3:||
3.1A Identify and apply, within a familiar context, information and skills common to the foreign language classroom and other disciplines.
|Progress Indicators Goal 4:|
|Progress Indicators Goal 5:|
Students plan and perform the following projects meeting specified criteria:
Students research and present four wedding customs to the class.
Students make and address an invitation.
Students write a wedding announcement for the newspaper.
Students make paper flowers.
Students create a wedding budget.
Students translate a recipe for cake or punch.
Students role play setting up the wedding services.
Students plan, implement, and videotape a wedding reception for their parents.