Assignment: Collaborative Peer Activity: Una conferencia

Purpose: You will meet with a classmate in person, over Zoom, or via a phone call to practice using information in Spanish with a partner. The collaboration part of this activity will take approximately 20 minutes, so plan accordingly. In this activity, your partner and you are working to host an international conference. You will each have different information about equipment available and presenter needs.

After you work with your partner through the information, you will independently write a Reporte (report) based on the activity you did with your partner.

Task: With your partner, decide who will be Estudiante 1 and who will be Estudiante 2. Download or print the PDF linked here.

Inside, you will find two different packets, one for Estudiante 1 and one for Estudiante 2. Instructions are broken down step by step for each of you as you work together to complete the missing information in each of your packets.

After you complete the activity with your partner, you will write a report in Spanish ‘Reporte’ based on your interaction with your partner. Your report needs to answer the following questions in paragraph form.

  1. ¿Qué cosas necesita cada (each) persona? For example, Alma Mar necesita una computadora y seis sillas.
  2. ¿Qué cosas hay y qué cosas no hay en cada sala?
  3. You will need to provide proof of your interaction with your partner to your instructor. Please upload a photo or screenshot of your portion of the completed PDF activity so that your instructor can see the work you did.

Criteria: 50% of the grade for this activity comes from your thoughtful reflection addressing questions 1-9 on the previous Task portion above. The other 50% of the grade will come from point 10, the “proof” you submit to your instructor through a photo or screenshot of your portion of the completed activity. If you are unsure about how your instructor wants you to submit this assignment (i.e. upload a word processing file, upload media, etc.), please ask for clarification before beginning.

 

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