Lesson Plan : Air Travel

Teacher Name:
 Spanish III
 Grade 9-10
 World Languages

 Air travel. Costa Rica. (EDITED) Describing using the present, present progressive and past progressive tenses.
 Vocabulary related to the airport, airplane, security proceedures, and travel requirements and documentation. Describing scenes of airports, airplanes, everyday scenes and activities reviewing the present tense and incorporating the present and past progress.
 Students will be able to: 1. Refine skill in describing people, places and things using the present and past time frames. 2. Increase vocabulary base by 35-50 words, expressions and recombinations related to air travel, everyday activities, and the geography of central America.
 After learning and practicing the skills of interpersonal, interpretive and presentational modes of communication students will correctly express: 1. Geographic characteristics of Central America. 2. What people do, are doing and were doing in an airport, in an airplane and in everyday life. They will complete this with 100% accuracy.
 Juntos dos text and corresponding materials, maps of Central America, transparencies, visual stimulus of daily activities and everyday scenes, geography bingo cards references.
 Identify geographic characteristics on maps of Central America. Play geography bingo by listening to auditory cues. Identify vocabulary of air travel on visual stimulus.
 Model descriptions of what people are doing right now and what people were doing at a point in the past using the progressive tenses. Students explain the grammatical rules for above. Students explain what people are and were doing in various daily situations.
 Watch video about traveling to Costa Rica and complete pre-viewing, viewing and post-viewing activities. Write about what people are and were doing in the airport and on an airplane in pairs. Read an authentic document (airline ticket, immigration card,etc.
 Bingo and video for auditory learners. Flashcards and visual stimulus for visual learners. TPR activities with security measures for kinesthetic learners.
Checking For Understanding:
 Daily review of air travel vocabulary. Written work discussed, collected and returned to students. Practice quizzes on geography, grammar and vocabulary.
 Survey of which activities in Central America are preferred by students in each class.
 Written exam on the geography of Central America. Vocabulary quiz on air travel. Speaking exam on describing what people are and/or were doing.
Teacher Reflections:
 Continue with chapter 1 next week. These plans will be based on the progress made this week. What worked during this class? What did the students relate to? Is there something I can add to next week class that will motivate students who did not understand the lesson?

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