Proyecto Final de Español Dos - Instrucciones

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Proyecto Final:

Proyecto Final Español 2

What is it about?:

What is it about? You have just completed your second semester/year of Spanish study and your study abroad trip to Spain. For your Final Project, you are to create a " product” in which you should use some technology and/or web 2.0 tool to document , demonstrate and reflect on your growth in the language and knowledge and understanding of the Spanish culture as a result of this course .

Possible tools to use: :

Possible tools to use: Animation ( Powtoon ,   Wideo , etc.)  Authorstream ( www.authorstream.com  )  Digital Story ( www.voicethread.com ) Digital Book ( www.wobook.com  or  www.storybird.com ) Interactive Poster ( www.glogster.com   or www.padlet.com )   Prezi ( www.prezi.com ) Screencast  ( www.screencast-o- matic.com ) Other (please send me a message of your proposal ahead of time for verification/approval)

Part 1: State what you have learned regarding the Spanish language and culture:

Part 1: State what you have learned regarding the Spanish language and culture What things are you now able to express in Spanish that you have learned in Spanish II (concepts)? (in English ) Write an essay in Spanish describing your experience in Spain (during this course).  You should include material learned from all units (school, apartment, family, hobbies, food, shopping experiences, and community).  This should demonstrate the concepts that you outlined above and were taught in the course.  These sentences should not be the same sentences that you've used already. You should write one paragraph of at least 4-6 sentences per topic to end up with at least 7 paragraphs.

Part 1: State what you have learned regarding the Spanish language and culture:

Part 1: State what you have learned regarding the Spanish language and culture Record yourself speaking in Spanish (at least three paragraphs) about how your school, apartment, family, hobbies, food, shopping experiences, and community in Spain compared to those in the United States.  (**Please note that this is NOT the same as what you wrote in the previous bullet, but a different prompt with a different response, which is verbal.** )

Part 1: State what you have learned regarding the Spanish language and culture:

Part 1: State what you have learned regarding the Spanish language and culture Write about: What differences have you seen between the Spanish language and your native language? (in English) What did you find interesting and exciting about the Spanish culture? (in English) What do you hope to learn if you continue to study the Spanish language? (in English)

Part 2: State how you have learned Spanish in this (online) course.:

Part 2: State how you have learned Spanish in this (online) course. We have learned elements of a language in a different teaching/learning style than you may be used to. Write about your experience with learning Spanish in an online class. (in English) What did you like about the course?  What did you not like and/or could be improved? (in English) What things did you do that helped you learn Spanish in this course?  What things can you do to improve your own Spanish learning in the future? (in English) What things did your teacher do to help you with your learning?  Was there anything that your teacher didn't do that would have helped you? (in English )

Important:

Important This presentation needs to be well thought out and planned. You are to be as creative as you'd like with your "product", as long as you answer the prompts thoroughly/with great detail .   Please make sure that you have included  written , audio , and visual aspects to your project. You should make your project visually appealing by using photos or clip art for illustrations. But, please note that unless the images are yours, you must cite the sources. (FYI - "Google Images" is NOT a source, but a search engine. Please see below for help citing images.)  As always, no translators or outside help is allowed .

Submit your work::

Submit your work: If your audio is embedded within your presentation , you simply need to share the link to your presentation.  Be sure the share settings are set correctly so your teacher can view the presentation. Click “Submit Assignment” in the upper right corner of the screen. Click on the Website URL tab and paste the link in the text box. Finally, click "Submit Assignment" for it to be graded by the teacher . If your audio is not embedded and you need to attach it as a separate file , you will need to paste the link to your presentation in a Word/ OpenOffice document and attach both that document and the audio file when you submit. Click “Submit Assignment” in the upper right corner of the screen. To upload a file, click on Choose File to select the file(s) from your computer. Finally, click "Submit Assignment" for it to be graded by the teacher .

Remember: Procedure For Citing Images:

Remember: Procedure For Citing Images If you are citing an image found in Google Images or any other image retrieval service, be certain to cite the image in its original context. Do not provide the URL of the enlarged image - you must use the URL of the page where the image was originally shown. Include all of the following steps whenever possible to cite your image properly: 1) Image creator's last name, first name, if available, or page author's name if available, followed by a period and a space 2) Title of photo followed by a period, in quotation marks. If no title, describe briefly within quotation marks. 3) Descriptive word (photo, map, cartoon, drawing, etc ,) followed by a period and a space 4) Website title in italics, followed by a space 5) Website publication date in DD Mo. YYYY format followed by a period and a space 6) Date image was viewed in DD Mo. YYYY format followed by a space 7) Web address in angle brackets, followed by a period Example: Suzuki, Lea. "Mick Jaggar ." Photo. SFGate.com 14 Nov. 2005. 14 Nov. 2005 <http:// www.sfgate.com >.

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