You will be reading a list of rules of the road and must determine which are most likely to be in a drivers education book. Here is an example list.
1. Ve muy despacio en una zona escolar.
2. Ve rápidamente al pasar por un semáforo amarillo.
3. Sigue detrás de otro coche aproximadamente el largo (length) de dos coches.
4. Entra a un cruce de calles con un semáforo rojo.
5. Siempre necesitas hablar por teléfono en el coche para saber donde estás.
You will be paired with another students. Each of you will be given a map of the city. You will be given a location on the map that you must direct your partner to. To direct your partner, you must give your directions using affirmative tu commands. When you get to the location, you must explain where it is (on the right/left) without saying what it is. Your partner will say where they think they are and you will confirm they are right. If they are wrong, you must give them further directions until they can find it.
You must not use any English during your conversation. Your partner must restate your directions for clarification as you give directions.
You are giving a walking tour of a city (you will be given a map on your test). You must describe a route that takes a tourist around the city to show them a place where they can eat, a place where they could stay the night, a place where they could buy a souvenir, and a place that is not a store or business. You will start them in the X at the plaza. Your directions must be in the affirmative tu command form and include a detailed description of the route including land marks along the way (stores, monuments, intersections, stop signs or stop lights. Your directions must include at least eight new vocabulary words from the chapter. Here is a suggestion of some of the following words you should use: