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Founder:

Bhaskar Roy

Year Active:

2008

Type of Web2.0:

Mobile Live Video Sharing for Everyone, Everywhere!

Website:

http://www.qik.com

Headquarters

811 Hamilton St.
Redwood City, CA 94063

Phone:

877.745.7459

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Title

Hispanic Culture:  Artist Maria Elena Walsh Gallery viewing

Length of Lesson

10-20 minutes.

Grade

11th and 12th

Subject

Spanish

Objectives

Students will learn to understand native speakers through viewing and hispanic video about a Hispanic artist, Maria Elena Walsh, and listening to comments made by the one who is filming.

Standards

1.1,1.2

Materials

-smart board, projector, or a computer station for each student or groups of students that have access to internet and have sound capabilities
-text book
-notebook
-writing tools

Orientation

Students will be able to understand a varied vocabulary as well as communicate fluently and correctly. 

Procedure

-In class students will preview a video of the exhibit about Maria Elena Walsh twice.  The first lesson will focus on listening skills.  The second session will be devoted to notetaking. Link: http://qik.com/video/1283218
-After viewing the video students will write four interesting items from the video. 
-Once these tasks are completed discussion pertaining to the students' observations will be held.
-The teacher will introduce critical thinking questions such as: What was so important about the time line the artist created?  What important things were on the time line?  What kinds of music were in the books?  Did the artist or another musician create this music?

Evaluation

The teacher will evaluate whether or not:
 -Students should can identify the artists. artist 
-Students must are able to identify what types of artwork were presented.
-Students are required to contribute at least one piece of learned materialunique information.
-Students must be able to communicate in Spanish what they have learned to the teacher. 

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