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Instructional Spanish and Prison Terms. Performance Objectives. Identify instructional Spanish terms and phrases. Identify prison slang words, terms and phrases. Pronunciation. One of the keys to effective Spanish pronunciation is using the correct vowel sounds. Vowels A “ah” E “eh”

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performance objectives
Performance Objectives
  • Identify instructional Spanish terms and phrases.
  • Identify prison slang words, terms and phrases.
pronunciation
Pronunciation
  • One of the keys to effective Spanish pronunciation is using the correct vowel sounds.
  • Vowels
    • A “ah”
    • E “eh”
    • I “ee”
    • O “oh”
    • U “oo”
activity
Activity
  • Repeat vowel sounds aloud
pronunciation1
Pronunciation
  • Alphabet
    • Ň “EH-nyeh”
    • O “Oh”
    • P “pe”
    • Q “koo”
    • R “EH-reh”
    • RR “EH-rreh”
    • S “EH-seh”
    • T “teh”
    • U “Oo”
    • V “veh”
    • W “doh-bleh-oo”
    • X “EH-kees”
  • Alphabet
    • A “Ah”
    • B “beh”
    • C “seh”
    • CH “che”
    • D “deh”
    • E “Eh”
    • F “EH-feh”
    • G “heh”
    • H “AH-cheh”
    • I “Ee”
    • J “HOH-tah”
    • K “kah”
    • L “EH-leh”
    • LL “EH-yeh”
    • M “EH-meh”
    • N “EH-neh”
activity1
Activity
  • Repeat alphabet sounds aloud
common spanish terms
Common Spanish Terms
  • Gracias Thanks
  • Adios Bye
  • Bueno Good or Okay
  • Casa House
  • Jefe Boss
  • Ahora Now
  • Navaja Knife
activity2
Activity
  • Repeat common Spanish terms aloud.
spanish phrases
Spanish Phrases
  • No comprendo I don’t understand
  • No Se I don’t know
  • Por Favor Please
  • Perdon Excuse me
  • Necesito I need
activity3
Activity
  • Repeat Spanish phrases aloud.
directional spanish
Directional Spanish
  • Sienta té Sit down
  • Sienta té aqui Sit here
  • Silencio Be quiet
  • Ven aqui Come here
  • ¿Para donde vas? Where are you going?
activity4
Activity
  • Repeat directional Spanish phrases aloud.
directional spanish phrases
Directional Spanish Phrases
  • Deja de pelear Stop fighting
  • Ven con migo Come with me
  • Para té aqui Stand here
  • Espera té aqui Wait here
  • Regresa Get back/return
activity5
Activity
  • Repeat directional Spanish phrases aloud
directional spanish phrases1
Directional Spanish Phrases
  • No te resistas Stop resisting
  • Voltea té Turn around
  • Vacia tu bolsas Empty your pockets
  • Hinca té Kneel down
  • Acuesta té Lay down
activity6
Activity
  • Repeat directional Spanish phrases aloud
directional spanish phrases2
Directional Spanish Phrases
  • Pon tus manos detras de tu espalda
    • Put your hands behind your back
  • Pon tus manos en la pared
    • Put your hands on the wall
activity7
Activity
  • Repeat directional Spanish phrases aloud
directional spanish phrases3
Directional Spanish Phrases
  • Encaja tu propeidad
    • Pack your property
  • ¿Donde esta tu casa?
    • Where is your house?
  • Levanta los brazos
    • Lift your arms
  • Separa los peas
    • Separate your feet
activity8
Activity
  • Repeat directional Spanish phrases aloud
five common words used during an investigation
Five Common Words Used During an Investigation
  • Quien Who
  • Que What
  • Cuando When
  • Donde Where
  • Como How
activity9
Activity
  • Repeat common Spanish phrases used when investigating aloud
spanish slang
Spanish Slang
  • Jura Boss
  • Wila Letter
  • Warreche Coffee
  • Canton/chante Cell
  • Gavacho White person
  • Pico Shank
  • Pon té trucha Be alert
activity10
Activity
  • Repeat Spanish slang aloud
prison slang
Prison Slang
  • Boss/Five O Officer
  • Aggie Farm Hoe
  • Newby New officer
  • Case Offense report
  • Killing Masturbating
  • Snitch To inform
  • Nickel 5-yr sentence
  • Road Dog Friend
prison slang1
Prison Slang
  • Bean Chute Tray slot
  • Yo Yo Weed cutter
  • Herb Weak offender
  • Banger Knife
  • Laws Gray shirt
  • Pisser Solitary Confinement
  • Buck Refuse
  • Homeboy Individual from same hometown
prison slang2
Prison Slang
  • Cheese eater Informer
  • Cutting heads Fighting
  • Jacked Refuse to comply with orders
  • Monster HIV
  • Drive-up First timer
  • Cutting up Suicide
  • Chow Food
phrases or terms
Phrases or Terms
  • Chunking Throwing liquid
  • Bump it up Move up in line
  • Bump it down Keep walking
  • Cold Lick Done you wrong
  • Turn out Go to work, chow
  • Johnny Sack lunch
  • House Cell/dormitory
phrases or terms1
Phrases or Terms
  • Slow buck Refusing to work
  • Click up Join a gang
  • Fish A new offender
  • Deck Pack of cigarettes
  • Hogged Forced by others
  • Stick Marijuana cig
  • Jigger Warning/staff approaching
activity11
Activity
  • Answer and discuss essential elements
summary
Summary

Questions?

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