Designer: Juan A. Godoy Peñas, Ph.D.
Targeted Learners Institution: University Level
Targeted Learners Background: Non-native speakers
Targeted Learners: Intermediate (Low), Intermediate (Mid)
Social Justice Topic: Linguicism
Goals: 1. To reflect on the use of Spanglish as a part of our cultural identity; 2. To express doubt or negation.
Key words: affordable, Afrolatinos, afromexicanos, clothing, colonization, comparatives, criticism, doubt, duties, fashion, gender and number agreement, gender identity, gender roles, housing, identidad, identity, immigration, job ad, language, National identity, negation, nominal subjunctive, orgullo, poetry, present progressive, professions, racismo, resistance, sexual identity, social class, Spain, Spanglish, stereotypes, sustainable, villas miseria, work, work-space
Characteristics: Cultural focused
Type of materials (Images): None
Type of materials (Texts): None
Type of materials (Audio-Visual): Video poetry reading
Task Type: Argumentation/debate, Awareness-raising, Presentation
Cognitive Skills: Interpreting, Discussing, Analyzing, Justifying, Creating, Producing
Language Skills: Listening comprehension
World-Readiness Standards: Communications, Connections, Cultures