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Hoy es el 2 de septiembre.
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La Abeja: Contesta la pregunta con una frase
completa en español.
¿Qué querías hacer este verano? – What did
you want to do this summer?
Yo quería… – I wanted…
Yo puedo…
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Yo puedo describir lo que quería hacer este
verano.
Yo puedo hablar sobre la Copa Mundial.
PQA – Personal Questions and
Answers
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¿Qué querías hacer? – What did you want to
do?
Yo quería – I wanted
Él, Ella quería - He, She wanted
El verano de la Copa Mundial
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Structures
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Él, Ella quería ir – He, She wanted to go
Él, Ella fue – He, She went
Se le perdió – He,She lost
En tu cuaderno – escribe los apuntes
Durante el cuento – Dibuja un comic de lo que
pasó
El verano de la Copa Mundial
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Había un chico. Era muy irresponsable.
Él quería ir a Brasil para ver la Copa
Mundial.
Él quería ir porque su deporte favorito era el
fútbol.
Él quería ir para ver la cultura brasileña.
El verano de la Copa Mundial
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Él fue al aeropuerto. Él fue para comprar un
billete de avión. Él quería ir para ver el
partido final.
Pero, había un problema.
Se le perdió el dinero. Él necesitó pagar con
la tarjeta de credito.
Finalmente, él fue a Brasil.
El verano de la Copa Mundial
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Él quería ir al hotel.
Él fue al hotel, pero había un problema.
Era el hotel incorrecto.
Se le perdió la dirección del hotel correcto.
Finalmente, él fue al hotel correcto.
El Verano de la Copa Mundial
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La próxima mañana, él quería ir al partido
final de Argentina vs. Alemán.
Él fue al estadio a las 6 de la mañana porque
él quería ir temprano.
El verano de la Copa Mundial
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Pero, había un problema.
Se le perdió el billete del partido :’(
Él fue al hotel y miró el partido por la
televisión.
Después de esta experiencia, él quería ser
más responsable.
Brain Break
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La música
Shakira – La La La
Una canción de la Copa Mundial que no era
oficial
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Hosting Facts
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The FIFA World Cup 2014 was the 20th FIFA
World Cup, an international football tournament
that took place in Brazil from 12 June to 13 July
2014.
This was the second time that Brazil hosted the
competition. Only Mexico, Italy, France and
Germany have hosted the World Cup twice before.
Brazil
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5th largest country in the world
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By geographical area
By population
Largest country in South America.
Official language is Portuguese.
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Video: Princeton Univ. Spanish/ Portuguese Language
Department
Video: World Cup Spanish/ Portuguese Comparison
Tourism
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An excellent tourist destination
One of the most visited countries in Latin
America.
Among the popular destinations are the
Amazon Rainforest, Iguazu waterfalls,
beaches at Rio de Janeiro and Christ the
Redeemer.
Amazon Rainforest
Iguazu Waterfalls
Rio de Janeiro’s beaches
Christ the Redeemer
Football in Brazil
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Football occupies a very special place in the hearts
of people in Brazil.
Brazilian football boasts of players like Leonidas,
Garrincha, Didi, Vava, Zagallo, Tostão, Zico,
Jairzinho, Carlos Alberto, Socrates, Bebeto,
Romario, Cafu, Ronaldo and Roberto Carlos to name a
few!
Football in Brazil
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Brazil has won the FIFA World Cup tournament in
1958, 1962, 1970, 1994 and 2002- making them
the MOST successful country in this tournament
They are the only national
team
to have played in
EVERY
World Cup.
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Video: Brazil team profile
Qualified Teams
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A total of 32 teams have qualified for the
World Cup. Brazil, being the host country
gained automatic selection.
The other 31 teams to qualify come from
Asia, North America, Africa, South America
and Europe.
Qualified Teams
Technology Facts
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This was the first FIFA World Cup to use goal- line
technology.
England vs. Germany in 2010
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Ball entered goal net but didn’t count
Technology already used in Ice Hockey, Field Hockey,
Tennis, & during the Olympics
Mascots
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Ever since the 1966 Football World Cup in England,
each World Cup has had its own mascot.
The mascots are designed in such a way that they
represent any particular feature of the host country
(which may include costumes, flora, fauna etc.).
Mascots have been popular symbols of every World
Cup and people have loved them and millions of people
have bought copies of them.
FIFA Mascots
2014 Mascot
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Fuleco the Armadillo was the official
mascot of the FIFA World Cup 2014.
Fuleco comes from the Portuguese
words “Futebol” (football) and
“Ecologia” (ecology) and it
represents the way in which
the FIFA World Cup can combine
the two to encourage people
to behave in an environmentally
friendly way.
2014 FIFA Theme Song
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We Are One (Ole Ola)
Sung by Pitbull & Jennifer Lopez
Featuring Claudia Leitte, a Brazilian axé singer
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Images of past World Cup winning Brazilian teams, Samba dancers,
aerial photography of cities in Brazil, Capoeira (Brazilian martial arts that
combines dance, arobatics, & music/ Brazilian MMA)
http://vimeo.com/95626642
The Battle has Begun
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FIFA Fans were VERY upset about the Pitbull/ Jo.Lo
song
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Why did FIFA select a Cuban- American rapper & a Bronx-born
Puerto Rican to sing the song?
Why isn’t there more Portuguese featured/ heard in the song?
Why didn’t they select a Brazilian artist to sing the theme song?
#VoltaWakaWaka
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Twitter hashtag created by fans to voice their
frustration
Rival songs have been released & are growing
in popularity.
Rival Song
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Pais do Futebol by McGuime
featuring the rapper Emicida and
Neymar, a Brazilian national team
striker
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Contains a message of selfimprovement as a means to escape
poverty.
Rival Song
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Shakira’s Dare “La La La (Brazil
2014)”
Brazilian star Carlinhos Brown
stars in the video adding a
Samba sound to the music
Featuring Gerard Pique, Cesc
Fabregas, Lionel Messi, Neymar,
all Barcelona soccer players
The 2014 FIFA
World Cup began June
12!
Video: FIFA is coming
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