Granada: Local Foods with Luis' Spanish Class

Luis' Level 4 Spanish Class creates a 15-piece table setting while focusing on the Can Do Statement: "I can exchange information about different foods and eating etiquette I have experienced or have learned about." Also see photos and a recap of Tuesday's activities!

July 12, 2017

     Student council had their second meeting during breakfast on Tuesday, discussing suggestions for assembly and giving feedback about classes. Students then danced their way into class after Jose and Inma taught everyone new choreography in morning assembly. During classes, I checked in with Luis' Level 4 class.         

      After venturing into the city to a local “teteria” (or traditional Arabic tea shop), Louis’ Level 4 Spanish class focused on the Can Do statement: “I can exchange information about different foods and eating etiquette I have experienced or have learned about.”  To do this, the class created and labelled an mock 15- piece table setting.  Born in the Basque Country in northern Spain, Luis teaches during the year in Kentucky and loves his summers teaching in Granada.  In his free time, Luis enjoys running, playing rugby, going to all types of local art shows, and of course, trying new foods!    

      After classes and a screening of The Lion King in Spanish, students explored the city in small groups, now comfortable navigating the city center.  Dinner was followed by a Latin dance class to end the night with just as much energy as it started.     

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