Los Miembros de Mi Familia

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Nombre y Apellido ________________________________________
Tema 1: Los Miembros de Mi Familia
EL VOCABULARIO IMPORTANTE
Los Miembros de Mi Familia (Normalmente - viven en casa conmigo)
Los padres
the parents
El padre
the father
La madre
the mother
Los hermanos
the brothers, the siblings (boys only, mixed)
Las hermanas
the sisters
El hermano
the brother
La hermana
the sister
El esposo
the husband
La esposa
the wife
Los hijos
the children (boys only, mixed)
Las hijas
the daughters
El hijo
the son
La hija
the daughter
Los gemelos
the twins (boys, mixed)
Las gemelas
the twins (girls)
El gemelo
the twin brother
La gemela
the twin sister
Otros Miembros de Mi Familia (Aveces – viven en casa conmigo)
Los abuelos
the grandfathers, the grandparents
Las abuelas
the grandmothers
El abuelo
the grandfather
La abuela
the grandmother
Los nietos
the grandsons, the grandchildren
Las nietas
the granddaughters
El nieto
the grandson
La nieta
the granddaughter
El padrastro
the step-father
La madrastra
the step-mother
Los hermanastros
the step-brothers, the step-siblings
Las hermanastras
the step-sisters
El hermanastro
the step-brother
La hermanastra
the step-sister
La Familia Extendida (Normalmente – no viven en casa)
los tíos
the uncles, the aunts & uncles
las tías
the aunts
el tío
the uncle
la tía
the aunt
los primos
the cousins (boys, mixed)
las primas
the cousins (girls)
el primo
the cousin (boy)
la prima
the cousin (girl)
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los bisabuelos
las bisabuelas
el bisabuelo
la bisabuela
los sobrinos
las sobrinas
el sobrino
la sobrina
el suegro
la suegra
el cuñado
la cuñada
el yerno
la yerna
el padrino
la madrina
el ahijado
la ahijada
the great-grandfathers, the great-grandparents
the great-grandmothers
the great-grandfather
the great-grandmother
the nephews, the nieces & nephews
the nieces
the nephew
the niece
the father-in-law
the mother-in-law
the brother-in-law
the sister-in-law
the son-in-law
the daughter-in-law
the godfather
the godmother
the godson
the goddaughter
LA GRAMÁTICA IMPORTANTE
Definite & Indefinite Articles
- Definite & Indefinite articles go before nouns. They must agree in gender & in number with the noun it describes.
INDEFINITE ARTICLES -a, some
Singular
Plural
Masculine
un
unos
una
unas
Feminine
DEFINITE ARTICLES
-the
Singular
Plural
Masculine
el
los
la
las
Feminine
Using “DE” to Show Possession
In English:
a. An ’s (apostrophe s) is added to a singular noun to show possession or relationship to one person.
b. In the plural an apostrophe alone is added after the –s ending.
In Spanish:
a. The word de is used to show possession or relationship.
b. De is used with singular and plural nouns.
Example:
English: My dad’s brother is my uncle.
Spanish: El hermano de mi padre es mi tío.
Direct translation: The brother of my father is my uncle.
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Possessive Adjectives
-show ownership or relationship between people
In English:
a. Possessive adjectives (my, your, his, her, our, their)
b. They do not change forms, regardless of whether they modify singular or plural nouns.
c. The distinction between his, her, and their tells whether something belongs to a male or female, or to more than
one person.
In Spanish:
a. Possessive adjectives (mi, mis, tu, tus, su, sus, nuestro/a, nuestros/as, vuestro/a, vuestros/as)
b. The same word is used to mean his, her, your (formal) (su) and their (sus). The context usually makes the
meaning clear.
c. The root of a possessive adjective refers to the owner, the ending must agree in number and in gender with the
noun that comes after it.
mi = my (singular)
tu = your (singular, informal)
su = his, her, their, your (singular, formal)
nuestro = our (singular, masculine)
nuestra = our (singular, feminine)
vuestro = your (singular, masculine)
vuestra = your (singular, feminine)
mis = my (plural)
tus = your (plural, informal)
sus = his, her, their, your (plural, formal)
nuestros = our (plural, masculine)
nuestras = our (plural, feminine)
vuestros = your (plural, masculine)
vuestras = your (plural, feminine)
The verb “SER”
-meaning “to be”
Yo soy
I am
Nosotros somos
We are (masculine, mixed)
Nosotras somos
We are (feminine)
Tú eres
You are (singular, informal) Vosotros sois
You are (plural, masculine, mixed)
Vosotras sois
You are (plural, feminine)
Él es
He is
Ellos son
They are (masculine, mixed)
Ella es
She is
Ellas son
They are (feminine)
Usted es You are (singular, formal)
Ustedes son
You are (plural, formal)
-VOSOTROS/AS is used in Spanish only when talking to a group of people informally.
DRILLS & SKILLS PRACTICE
Activities in this section will give you guided practice of the learned
vocabulary & grammar structures. These activities are designed to
help you increase your knowledge, accuracy, confidence, & basic
skills in the language.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------QUIZLET STUDY LINKS: Go to the following web addresses to study & practice the key terms for this unit’s themes.
 Immediate Family Members - http://quizlet.com/_oipi8 & http://quizlet.com/_oiq2a
 Extended Family Members - http://quizlet.com/_oiqq9
 Possessive Adjectives - http://quizlet.com/_oirdk
 The Verb “SER”- http://quizlet.com/_ois39
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Actividad #1: Family Vocabulary Matching Activities
Write the appropriate letter on the line.
A: Immediate Family Members
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
El abuelo
Las hermanas
Los gemelos
La madre
El padrastro
El hermano
La hija
Los nietos
Los padres
El esposo
_____
_____
_____
_____
_____
_____
_____
_____
_____
_____
a. the husband
b. the grandfather
c. the twins
d. the step-father
e. the brother
f. the sisters
g. the grandchildren
h. the daughter
i. the parents
j. the mother
_____
_____
_____
_____
_____
_____
_____
_____
_____
_____
a. the niece
b. the daughter-in-law
c. the godfather
d. the sister-in-law
e. the father-in-law
f. the great grandparents
g. the aunts & uncles
h. the cousin
i. the nephews
j. the aunt
B: Extended Family Members
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
el primo
la yerna
el suegro
los sobrinos
el padrino
la cuñada
los bisabuelos
la tía
los tíos
la sobrina
Actividad # 2: Family Picture & Introductions
Draw or cut-out a picture of 5 family members (immediate or extended). Introduce each person in a complete sentence.
Ejemplos: Mi hija se llama Ava. / El nombre de mi hija es Ava.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Actividad # 3: Definite Articles & Family Member Translations
Write the definite article in front of the noun. Then translate the expression from Spanish to English.
1. ____________ sobrinos
____________________________________________________
2. ____________ gemela
____________________________________________________
3. ____________ padre
____________________________________________________
4. ____________ hermana
____________________________________________________
5. ____________ suegra
____________________________________________________
6. ____________ hermanastras
____________________________________________________
7. ____________ padrastro
____________________________________________________
8. ____________ nietos
____________________________________________________
9. ____________ tíos
____________________________________________________
10. ____________ hijas
____________________________________________________
Actividad #4: Indefinite Article
Write the indefinite article in front of the noun. Then translate the expression from Spanish to English.
1. ____________ sobrina
____________________________________________________
2. ____________ gemelas
____________________________________________________
3. ____________ padres
____________________________________________________
4. ____________ hermanos
____________________________________________________
5. ____________ suegro
____________________________________________________
6. ____________ madrastra
____________________________________________________
7. ____________ cuñado
____________________________________________________
8. ____________ nieto
____________________________________________________
9. ____________ tía
____________________________________________________
10. ____________ yerno
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Actividad # 5: Guided Sentences - Showing Possession (using “DE”)
Translate each sentence from English to Spanish.
1. The son of my father is my brother.
El hijo de mi padre es mi _________________________________________________________.
2. The sister of my mom is my aunt.
La _________________de mi _________________________es mi _______________________.
3. The son of my grandfather is my dad.
El ________________de mi _________________________es mi _________________________.
4. The sister of my mom is my aunt.
______________________________________________________________________________
5.
The father of my mother is my grandfather.
_______________________________________________________________________________
6. My sister’s daughter is my niece.
_______________________________________________________________________________
7. My mother’s brother is my uncle.
_______________________________________________________________________________
8. My cousin’s mother is my aunt.
_______________________________________________________________________________
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9. My brother-in-law’s son is my nephew.
________________________________________________________________________________
10. My daughter’s daughter is my granddaughter.
________________________________________________________________________________
Actividad # 6: Possessive Adjectives
Write the appropriate possessive adjective. Be sure that the possessive adjective agrees with the noun in gender and in
number.
1. _____________________ sobrinos (my)
2. _____________________ prima (our)
3. _____________________ tíos (your, informal)
4. _____________________ suegra (his)
5. _____________________ nietos (their)
6. _____________________ hermanastra (your, formal)
7. _____________________ padrinos (our)
8. _____________________ madrinas (your, informal – Spain)
Actividad # 7: Family Tree – Fill-in the Blanks
Use the family tree below to fill-in the blanks with the appropriate response.
Marisol y Eduardo
Carolina y (Mario)
Tito y (Ana)
Carlos y (Andrea)
Anita y (Teo)
Carmen
Pablo
Marta y (Bernardo)
Quino
1. Marisol es ________________________________________de Eduardo.
2. Bernardo es ______________________________________de Marta.
3. Pablo es _________________________________________de Ana y Tito.
4. Teo es ___________________________________________de Pablo y Carlos.
5. Carmen es ________________________________________ de Ana y Tito.
6. Anito y Teo son ____________________________________de Quino.
7. Carmen y Quino son ________________________________de Carlos, Andrea, y Pablo.
8. Marta es _________________________________________de Marisol.
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Actividad # 8: Family Tree – Answer the Questions
Look at the family tree below & answer the following questions using your highest level of language proficiency.
Eduardo y Elena
Juan y (Catalina)
Tito y (Carmen)
Pedro y (Ana)
Anita y (Franco)
Sara
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Orlando
Juana y (Jorge)
Enrique
¿Quién es la madre de Sara? ____________________________________________________________________
¿Quién es la esposa de Jorge? ___________________________________________________________________
¿Cuántos hijos tienen Eduardo y Elena? ___________________________________________________________
¿Cuántos cuñados tiene Orlando? _______________________________________________________________
¿Cómo se llama la prima de Anita? ______________________________________________________________
¿Cómo se llaman los bisabuelos de Sara y Enrique? _________________________________________________
Actividad # 9: Family Tree – 2 truths & a lie
Use the family tree below to write 2 true statements & 1 lie. Be ready to share with classmates. They will be trying to
guess which statement is not true.
__________________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________
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REAL-LIFE APPLICATIONS
Activities in this section will give you the opportunity to apply
your knowledge of the vocabulary & grammar structures
learned in real-life communicative situations. Use your highest
level of proficiency to complete each task. Don’t forget to
incorporate all of your prior knowledge.
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Listen – Imagine you and your family bump into Sra. Porter and her family at her favorite Mexican restaurant,
Casa Maya. Sra. Porter is so excited to introduce you to her family. Listen as Sra. Porter introduces you to her family.
How many people is she with? What are their names? How are they related to her?
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Speak – Imagine you are hosting an exchange student. He/she has just arrived in Mendham & you are bringing
him/her home to meet your entire family. Introduce your family to your exchange student. Tell each person’s name
and how they are related to you. Incorporate your prior vocabulary knowledge by telling family members ages,
favorites, and likes/dislikes.
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Write – Imagine you have just been accepted to study abroad in a Spanish-speaking country where you will live
with a host family. Write a postcard to your new family introducing yourself & tell them about your family members.
Can you ask them about the members of their family? Find out their names & how they are all related.
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THE FINAL OUTCOME(S) / THE FINAL PRODUCT(S)
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT(S)
HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE LEARNED MATERIAL?
HERE’S YOUR CHANCE TO SHOW-OFF WHAT YOU HAVE
LEARNED!
Performance-based Assessment: Mi árbol genealógico
Imagine you are attending a family reunion and you were asked to present a family tree that begins with your great
grandparents and ends with your generation (you & your cousins). Your presentation will need to be interactive &
include participation from your extended family members (in this case – your classmates). In order to prepare for your
presentation you will need to:
1. Create a family tree
2. Write 10 true statements about your family that identifies family relationships
3. Design an interactive activity in which your family members can participate by using the family vocabulary words
& grammar structures associated with this unit topic.
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Rubric Scoring Guide:
Mi árbol genealógico
Grammar / Vocabulary
Sentence Structure
Organization &Formatting of
Required Elements
Ability to Apply Past
Applications
Visual Organization
Meets Expectations (High)
(10 -9pts.)
Accurate and extensive use of
learned vocabulary &
grammar structures.
Little to no errors that do not
interfere with meaning.
Uses simple sentences &
sentence strings to connect
ideas
All required elements are
present & formatted
correctly.
Accurate use of vocabulary
and grammar expressions
from past themes/units.
Family tree is neat, colorful &
creative.
Meets Expectations (Low)
(8-7pts.)
Does Not Meet Expectations
(Below 7pts.)
Accurate or extensive use of
learned vocabulary &
grammar structures.
Few errors that do not
interfere with meaning.
Uses simple sentences &
attempts to use sentence
strings to connect ideas
All required elements are
present but not formatted
correctly.
Use of vocabulary and
grammar expressions from
past themes/units with little
error.
Family tree is neat & colorful
but is predictable.
Inaccurate and/or little use of
learned vocabulary &
grammar structures.
Some errors that may
interfere with meaning.
Uses memorized phrases and
simple sentences
Required elements are
missing and not formatted
correctly.
Fails to use /properly use
vocabulary and grammar from
past themes/units.
Family tree may lack
neatness, color, and/or
creativity.
FINAL SCORE: _________ / 50
Reading Comprehension Assessment: Los árboles genealógicos
Read the family descriptions. Can you determine how each member of the family is
related? Choose one family & draw their family tree.
LA FAMILIA SANCHEZ: Federico y Olga están casados. Ellos son viejos. Federico tiene
ochenta años y Olga tiene setenta y nueve años. Federico y Olga tiene tres nietos:
Ana, Carlos, y Ricardo. Ricardo es el primo de Ana y Carlos. Ana y Carlos son gemelos.
El tío de Ricardo se llama Lorenzo. Lorenzo es el hijo de Olga y Federico y el esposo de
Mercedes. Mercedes es la madre de Ana y Carlos y la tía de Ricardo. Beatriz es la
hermana de Lorenzo y la esposa de Alberto. Beatriz y Alberto tienen un hijo. Se llama
Ricardo.
LA FAMILIA HERNANDEZ: Rafael, Carlos, Lucía, Elena, y Celia son los nietos de Paco y Anita. Elena y Celia son gemelas y
tiene tres primos: Rafael, Carlos y Lucía. Las gemelas viven en casa con sus padres: Clara y Nelson. Clara tiene un
hermano. Se llama Rubén. La esposa de Rubén, Irene, es la madre de Rafael, Carlos, y Lucía. Paco y Anita tienen dos
hijos: Rubén y Clara.
LA FAMILIA RODRIGUEZ: Sara y David tienen tres hijos. Los padres de Santiago, Pablo, y Francesca son David y Sara.
Pablo no tiene una esposa, pero tiene cinco sobrinos. El esposo de Francesca es Mario. Ellos tienen dos hijos: Miguel y
Maya. Santiago no vive con su eposa primera, Carmen, y su hija Margarita. Ahora él está casado con Celia, la madrastra
de Margarita. Margarita tiene dos hermanastras, Andrea y Teresa. Andrea y Teresa son las hijas de Celia y Santiago.
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Rubric Scoring Guide:
Decoding
Background
Knowledge
Demonstrates Mastery
Demonstrates
Proficiency
24-25 pts.
Identifies main idea
and an abundant
number of details that
are relevant for
understanding.
Applies a wide breadth
of learned
knowledge of
vocabulary and
grammar to facilitate a
detailed interpretation.
Able to infer meaning
of new vocabulary
based on context clues,
cognates, etc.
22-23pts
Identifies main idea
and details that are
relevant for
understanding.
Applies learned
knowledge of
vocabulary and
grammar to facilitate a
basic interpretation.
May be able to infer
meaning of new
vocabulary based on
context clues,
cognates, etc.
Demonstrates
Partially Proficient
18-21pts.
Identifies main idea,
but identified details
are insufficient or
irrelevant for
understanding.
Applies learned
knowledge of
vocabulary and
grammar to facilitate a
limited interpretation.
Does Not
Demonstrate
Proficiency
Below 18pts.
Does not identify the
main idea and
supporting details.
Does not apply
vocabulary and
grammar knowledge
necessary to facilitate
sufficient
interpretation.
FINAL SCORE: _________ / 50
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