Title: Child's Play : Loteria Game
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DAILY LESSON PLAN


Name: Elizabeth C. May
Subject: Spanish Honors (III+)


Grade: 10-12


I. ITOPIC Child's Play: Loteria game

II. OBJECTIVES Students will generate definitions using prior knowledge and
circumlocution and dictionaries.

III. MATERIALS: Loteria game from Traveling Suitcase

IV. TEACHING PROCEDURES
a. Introduction: Who remembers their 10 vocabulary words from week # 4 in 5th
grade? Drawing a blank? Well, you'll remember these words because in order to
play the game of Loteria, you have to.

b. Developmental Activities: Students will generate descriptions and definitions for
the items depicted in the game.

c. Closure: As in English, if we can't think of the actual name for a noun, we will
give a description or definition of the item. Loteria makes us reach for those
descriptions to help us say what we mean.

V. LESSON EVALUATION Students will play the game of Loteria. Each student will
call a card. In the second round, they can only call the definitions.


VI. ANTICIPATED TIME USE TEACHER ACTIVITY
Beginning review (:05) Have students define
5 words from the
prior chapter.


STUDENT ACTIVITY
Generate definitions.


Activity (:75)


Assist students in
using strategies to
generate definitions
(synonyms,
circumlocution).


Generate definitions.
Play Loteria.


VII. STANDARDS
a. FCATW4
b. Sunshine State (SSS)
LA.B.1.4.2 The student uses writing processes effectively.
LA.B.2.4.1 and 3 The student writes to communicate ideas and information
effectively




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