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Please sit in your assigned seat. Take out your homework from last class (written out time sentences). Silently complete the “warm up” section of your paper. viernes veintiuno. Son las. 2:05. 1:00. Son las diecinueve y cinco . La Agenda.

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Viernes veintiuno

Please sit in your assigned seat. Take out your homework from last class (written out time sentences).Silently complete the “warm up” section of your paper.


Viernes veintiuno

viernesveintiuno

Son las

2:05

1:00

Son lasdiecinueve y cinco.


La agenda

La Agenda

  • SWBAT describe the origin of the Spanish language

  • SWBAT name Spanish-speaking countries

  • Swbat identify the location of Spanish-speaking countries


Secci n 2 la geograf a

SecciÓn 2: La geografÍa

  • Take 2 minutes to independently answer the geography questions

  • When you are finished, label as many of the countries as you can


Secci n 3 the spanish language and its spread

SecciÓn 3: The Spanish language and its spread

  • Make sure to copy down notes while you are learning about the history of the language


The spanish language and its spread

The Spanish Language and Its Spread

Part 1: The Spanish Language

  • Around 100 B.C., the Roman empire took control of the place we call Spain

  • They spoke Latin and forced the population to speak it


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  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cysu-MF8Xcg


The spanish language and its spread1

The Spanish Language and Its Spread

Part 1: The Spanish Language

  • But! Regular people spoke a different type of Latin called “Vulgar Latin”

  • It was a mix of Latin and the language people spoke in Spain before Latin

  • After 600 years, the romans were kicked out, and “vulgar Latin” evolved into Spanish


But how did spanish spread outside of spain

But how Did Spanish Spread outside of Spain?

COLONIZATION

and

Conquest


Los reyes cat licos fernando e isabela

Los Reyes CatÓlicos: Fernando e Isabela

  • Married in 1469

  • United Spain into one kingdom

  • Expand empire through colonization


Cristobal col n

Cristobal ColÓn

  • Sailed in 1492 looking for a westward way to India

  • Landed in current day Dominican Republic

  • Started trade between Europe and the Americas


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  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oys7c-ZiIkA&feature=relmfu


Los tainos y los espa oles

Indigenous (native) inhabitants of the Caribbean

Were Converted to Christianity and forced to labor

Nearly wiped out by disease, overwork, battling with Spaniards

Los Tainos y Los Españoles


Los conquistadores

Los Conquistadores

  • Used Hispaniola as a base for exploration of Americas

  • Conquered and converted native civilizations to Christianity

  • Often used violence


Los esclavos africanos

Los EsclavosAfricanos

  • Growth of colonies required cheap labor

  • Slaves especially used to harvest sugar in caribbean


Identidad e independencia

Identidad e Independencia

  • Problems in Spain allowed some autonomy in colonies

  • Colonies began to trade independently with France, Britain and US colonies

  • Individual identities formed

  • By 1900, all Spanish colonies fought for and won independence from Spain.


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-mT055Wa8I


El mundo hispanohablante

El mundohispanohablante

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6v95FATsydI


Viernes veintiuno

  • Open your book to p. 12-13

  • Write down the country names below based on the map in your book


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América

del

Sur


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Uruguay

O

*

*

Montevideo


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Argentina

O

*

*

Buenos Aires


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Chile

O

*

Santiago

*


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Paraguay

*

O

Asunción

*


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*

Bolivia

O

La Paz

*


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*

Perú

O

Lima

*


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*

Ecuador

O

Quito

*


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*

Colombia

O

Bogotá

*


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*

Venezuela

O

Caracas

*


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América del Norte


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Panamá

O

*

Ciudad de Panamá

*


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Costa Rica

*

O

San José

*


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Nicaragua

*

O

Managua

*


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*

Honduras

O

Tegucigalpa

*


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*

El Salvador

O

San Salvador

*


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*

Guatemala

O

Ciudad de Guatemala

*


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México

O

Ciudad de México

*


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*

Puerto Rico

O

San Juan

*


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*

República Dominicana

O

Santo Domingo

*


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*

Cuba

O

La Habana

*


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Donde está España?


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España

Madrid

*


Secci n 4 facts

SecciÓn 4 : Facts

  • With your country-group, record at least five interesting facts about your country

  • Each group will present to the class


Tarea homework

TAREA (HOMEWORK)

  • By next class, follow the directions on your notes sheet

  • Find 3 facts about one of the countries not covered in class.


Exit ticket

Exit Ticket

  • This will let sr. Connolly see how well you understand today’s lesson

  • You need to work on it silently and independently

  • You will give the paper to sr. Connolly as you exit.


Sr pelota

Sr. Pelota

  • Remember, throw underhanded

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