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INTRODUCTION TO SPANISH
STUDENT NAME:
MS. ANDERSON
UNIT 6 – COUNTRIES AND CAPITALS
BENCHMARK 3
FEBRUARY 7-11
UNIT 6 FLASHCARDS DUE:
UNIT 6 QUIZ:
MON. FEBRUARY 7
FRI. FEBRUARY 11
COUNTRY PROJECT DUE: MON. FEB. 7
Student-Friendly Learning Target Statements
Knowledge
Targets
“What I need to know!”
I know the capital of all Spanish-speaking countries.
Spain
Equatorial Guinea
Mexico
Guatemala
Honduras
El Salvador
Nicaragua
Costa Rica
Panama
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Puerto Rico
Venezuela
Colombia
Ecuador
Peru
Bolivia
Paraguay
Chile
Argentina
Uruguay
Madrid
Malabo
Mexico City
Guatemala City
Tegucigalpa
San Salvador
Managua
San José
Panama City
Havana
Santo Domingo
San Juan
Caracas
Bogotá
Quito
Lima
La Paz/ Sucre
Asunción
Santiago
Buenos Aires
Montevideo
español
ecuatoguineanos
mexicano
guatemalteco
hondureño
salvadoreño
nicaragüense
costarricense
panameño
cubano
dominicano
puertorriqueño
venezolano
colombiano
ecuatoriano
peruano
boliviano
paraguayo
chileno
argentino
uruguayo
Reasoning
Targets
“What I can do with what I
know.”
Skill
Targets
“What I can demonstrate.”
Product
Targets
“What I can make to
show my learning.”
I can locate, identify, and label the Spanish-speaking countries on a world map.
I can research and cite the following topics about a Spanish-speaking country using the internet
and/or other resources:

Capital/ Population/ Location/ Government/ Leader – with pic/ Geography/
Climate/ Imports/ Exports/ Currency type/ Currency Value compared to the US
dollar/ Languages/ Religion/ People/ Media/ Transportation/ Education/ Round
trip accommodations and price (must choose specific dates)/ Hotel
accommodations and price per night (must choose dates compatible with round
trip) – with pic/ Holidays/Customs – explain any that are “different” or unique/
Tourist Attractions – minimum of three – with pics for each/ Flag meaning – with
pic/ Works Cited
I can create and orally present a country project in the form of a powerpoint, travel brochure,
poster, mobile, poster, flip book, or another teacher-approved format. Students will be graded on:

Presentation: loud, clear voice, frequent eye contact, all listeners able to understand

Organization: well-organized, time spent preparing, smooth transitions between topics,

Information/Research: All information provided, detailed information for the categories

Display/material: Near, colorful, creative, evidence spent preparing, includes all pics/images,
well put-together, easily viewed from a distance (travel brochure must have min. 10 or 12 font)