Introduction to Wisconsin Standards for Learning World Languages
Culture & Comparisons: Connect...
Activity 1: Now that you have read about the culture and comparisons standards, answer the following questions. Try not to look back at your book and see how much you remember.
Thinking about the culture standard, select whether each item from the list represents a practice or a product. Feedback will appear in the box next to your selection.
Identify famous people from the cultures studied.
Experience New Year’s celebration as it is celebrated in the target culture.
Play a game commonly played by teenagers in the target culture.
Compare currency across cultures
Compare top stories from a variety of newspapers across cultures.
Thinking about the comparison standard, select whether each item from the list represents a language or a cultural comparison.
Compare food pyramids to identify similarities and differences.
Identify cognates found in a newspaper.
Discuss the importance of artists and their works.
Have students retell a crime they witnessed focusing on appropriate descriptive or narrative discourse.
Appropriately using formalities in writing a letter of application.
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