1. Topic-
2. Content-
Foods/Me Gusta/Me encanta/Comer/Beber
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.Students know the vocab (foods)
2.Students can use "I like" or "I love" followed by a verb.
3. Students can recognize a food when they hear the word in Spanish.
4. Objectives-
1. Students will write short sentences using me gusta/me encanta to express likes and dislikes.
2. Students will translate the word into English when they hear the word in Spanish.
5. Materials and Aids-
Paper/Pencil/Notecards (Flashcards)
6. Procedures/Methods-

C. Practice-

1. Bellwork: Students apply previously learned knowledge with practice (and assistance when needed).

D. Independent Practice-

1. Students will be selected by volunteering to answer the bellwork questions on the board.
2. The teacher will go through the answers, asking the class if there are mistakes and how to fix them.
3. After bellwork students will work with their partner using the Flashcards (vocabulary). One student will say the word in Spanish to his/her partner and the partner will respond with the word in English.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1. Allowing extra time.
2. Allowing to use their book as a guide.

F. Checking for understanding-

1. Students who write answers on the board during bell work receive immediate feedback.
2. Students use whiteboards to translate short sentences I give them using the vocab/grammar from the chapter. I am able to give immediate feedback as well as assess each individual student for more than 20 minutes.
3. I can also gauge who has a good grasp on the vocabulary while walking around listening to the students working with their partners on the Flashcards

G. Closure-

To the students: Think! How were you doing on the whiteboards? If you were getting more than a few wrong you need to study! Did you know all the words on the Flashcards? If not, I recommend you take your Flashcards home with you to study for the test next week.
7. Evaluation-
Students showed improvement from previous day through the bell work and especially through the whiteboard practice. I was able to fix many small errors as well as reinforce and review errors that were common among a number of students (such as gender/number agreement issues). By the end of using the whiteboards, every student was able to spell me gusta and me encanta, with the large majority able to translate most/all of the foods in Spanish.
8. Teacher Reflection-
Good. Jermel lacked participation, still can't say "Me gusta" or "Me encanta" when prompted to translate "I like" or "I love." New student Dan already has a grasp of conjugation, but needs to memorize the foods.

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