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Instructional Analysis Part 2B

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Meg Cory

on 13 November 2010

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Transcript of Instructional Analysis Part 2B

Students will communicate directions for navigating a Spanish-speaking city using prepositions of location; verb commands in the informal register; and vocabulary for identifying places in a city, asking for and giving directions, as well as describing location. 1.0
Locate places of interest on a map of a Spanish-speaking city. 2.0
Mark the starting and ending points on the map. 3.0
Using information on the map, compare and contrast different routes of travel based on desired mode(s) of transportation, points of intrest along the way, and overall distance and time. 4.0
Determine the travel route that best meets the needs for navigating the city. 5.0
Communicate to friends, travel companions, and transportation personnel the location of your destination, questions about travel, and directions for arriving there. 6.0
Arrive at destination. 3.1
Using the map scale, determine the shortest distance in miles from start to finish points. 3.2
Using information about different modes of transportation determine the most time efficient mode of travel. 3.3
Using the map determine a route that passes by other sights of interest along the way. 4.1
Evaluate the reasons or need for traveling from starting point to ending point. 4.2
Evaluate each route to determine how it best meets the need for travel. 4.3
Begin traveling the route towards destination. 5.1.4
Locate the destination in relation to other landmarks and cities in the area. 5.2
Direct transportation personnel or friends towards the destination point. 5.3
Ask for directions if lost and apply those directions to the route of travel. 1.1
Using a travel guidebook and the brief descriptions of key places to visit within a Spanish-speaking city, determine sites to visit based on personal interest. 1.2
Locate the map title, legend, scale and compass. 1.3
Define the map symbols in the legend. 1.4
Using map symbols identify (mark or point to) points intest on the map. 3.1.1
Measure distance on a map from one point on the map to another. 3.1.2
Convert map distance to actual distance using scale. 3.2.1
Using the evaluation of the modes of transportation in a travel guidebook for a Spanish-speaking city, compare and contrast the efficicency of possible modes of transportation and the effect it might have on travel. 5.1.1
Name places in the city. 5.1.2
Name prepositions of location. 5.1.3
Conjugate the verb estar and use it appropriately to express location. 5.1
Express relative location of business or landmarks in a city to another person. 5.2.2
Name types of streets. 5.2.1
Name types of transportation. 5.2.3
Name traffic signs, lights and symbols. 5.2.5
Name verbs for giving directions when driving or walking. 5.2.6
Formulate affirmative and negative commands using verbs for giving directions. 5.3.1
Name question words. 5.2.4
Describe traffic, transportation, and navigating a city.
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