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Espaol III

Unidad 4: Which Way Home

Nombre: _____________________

Una Carta al Gobierno Estadounidense


ACTFL Standards

Despus de aprender del tema de la inmigracin a travs de la


pelcula Which Way Home y estudiar las estadsticas, ahora te
toca a ti escribir una carta para persuadir al gobierno de los
EE.UU. Necesitas escribir lo que tu piensas (tu opinin) de la
inmigracin y usar detalles de la pelcula tambin. Debes
mencionar, en particular, cmo la inmigracin afecta a los
menores de edad.
Ser un Video Essay para que t puedas usar fotos tambin.
Vas a usar VoiceThread y grabar tu voz leyendo la carta. Usa
fotos para reforzar tus ideas.
Despus de crear tu voicethread, necesitas responder a 3

Presentational Communication:
Learners present information,
concepts, and ideas to inform,
explain, persuade, and narrate
on a variety of topics using
appropriate media and adapting
to various audiences of
listeners, readers, or viewers.
Making Connections:
Learners
build, reinforce, and expand
their knowledge of other
disciplines while using the
language to develop critical
thinking and to solve problems
creatively.
Acquiring Information and
Diverse Perspectives:
Learners
access and evaluate
information and diverse
perspectives that are available
through the language and its
cultures.
School and Global Communities:
Learners use the language both
within and beyond the
classroom to interact and
collaborate in their community
and the globalized world.

VoiceThreads de otras personas de la clase para hacerles


preguntas o comentar. Adems. tienes que responder a las
personas que dejan un comentario o una pregunta en tu
VoiceThread.

Un ejemplo de VoiceThread (haz clic en la foto)

Espaol III

Nombre: _____________________

Rbrica: Una Carta al Gobierno Estadounidense


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Some organization;
limited use of
transitional elements
or cohesive devices

Limited organization;
ineffective use of
transitional elements or
cohesive devices

Organization
Organized essay;
effective use of
transitional elements
or cohesive devices

Organized essay;
some effective use of
transitional elements
or cohesive devices

Grammar and Vocabulary


Varied and appropriate
vocabulary and
idiomatic language
Accuracy and variety in
grammar, syntax and
usage, with few errors
Develops
paragraph-length
discourse with a
variety of simple and
compound sentences,
and some complex
sentences

Varied and generally


appropriate
vocabulary and
idiomatic language
General control of
grammar, syntax and
usage
Develops mostly
paragraph-length
discourse with simple,
compound and a few
complex sentences

Appropriate but basic


vocabulary and
idiomatic language
Some control of
grammar, syntax and
usage
Uses strings of
mostly simple
sentences, with a few
compound sentences

Limited vocabulary and


idiomatic language
Limited control of
grammar, syntax and
usage
Uses strings of simple
sentences and phrases

Academic Writing and Content


Effective treatment of
topic within the context
of the task
Presents and defends
the students own
viewpoint on the topic
with a high degree of
clarity; develops a
persuasive argument
with coherence and
detail

Generally effective
treatment of topic
within the context of
the task
Presents and defends
the students own
viewpoint on the topic
with clarity; develops
a persuasive
argument with
coherence

Suitable treatment of
topic within the
context of the task
Presents and defends
the students own
viewpoint on the topic;
develops a somewhat
persuasive argument
with some coherence

Unsuitable treatment of
topic within the context
of the task
Presents, or at least
suggests, the students
own viewpoint on the
topic; develops an
unpersuasive argument
somewhat incoherently

Delivery / Pronunciation
Mostly consistent use
of register appropriate
for the conversation
Pronunciation,
intonation and pacing
make the response
comprehensible; errors
do not impede
comprehensibility

Generally consistent
use of register
appropriate for the
conversation, except
for occasional shifts
Pronunciation,
intonation and pacing
make the response
mostly
comprehensible;
errors do not impede
comprehensibility

Use of register may


be inappropriate for
the conversation with
several shifts
Pronunciation,
intonation and pacing
make the response
generally
comprehensible;
errors occasionally
impede
comprehensibility

Rubric inspired by the AP Spanish Language and Culture Exam 2015 Scoring Guidelines

Use of register is
generally inappropriate
for the conversation
Pronunciation,
intonation and pacing
make the response
difficult to comprehend
at times; errors impede
comprehensibility