The English and Spanish alphabet have a lot of similarities. They share the same letters, just different sounds. It is important to learn the Spanish alphabet and its sounds so you can read and write Spanish easily.
Communication: Interpersonal Communication, Interpretive Communication
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I can copy the letters of the alphabet.
Habits of Mind
Thinking and communicating with clarity and precision
Critical Thinking Skill
Introductory warm-up activity.
Read and watch the resources to learn about this concept, then do the practice activity.
Based on what you learned in the Explore and Engage sections of this Seminar, answer the following prompt.
Now that you have learned about the Spanish alphabet, what are you expectations or interests about learning another language?
Now it is time to self-check how much you have learned about the this topic. If you do not know as much as you thought, go back to the “Explore” section of this seminar and reread, rewatch, or redo the activities listed. See your facilitator if you have questions.
Remember to make a copy of the quiz! Click here to access quiz questions.
This is a task or project where you can show what you know.
Locate a capital of a Spanish-speaking country that you are interested in. Write the name of the capital and country using letters and the phonetic spelling. For example (you may not use this one):
Share a picture of a famous monument or location in that city as well. Identify the name of the location as well. You may complete the assignment in a word document and upload it. Be careful with your phonetic spelling!
Complete this wrap-up activity where you reflect on your learning.
1. Write a reflection essay answering the following questions:
How well do you think you know the Spanish alphabet? Is it easy or hard to remember? Why or why not? Do songs make it easier to learn? Share a link to a Spanish alphabet song that you think is very helpful.
2. Post an Artifact.
Include an artifact(s) that contains specific experiences, readings, assignments, or discussions in this course that supports your point.
What did you learn by creating this artifact? Be specific.
How did this artifact and other course elements help you reach it? Be specific.