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Cjelina 10: Razgledavanje grada

MARKO MARULIĆ (1450-1524)
Croatian national poet. Marulić has been called the Crown of Croatian Medieval Age, the Father of the Croatian Renaissance, and the Father of Croatian Literature. He wrote in three languages: Croatian, Italian, and Latin. His epic poem Judita (the first long poem in Croatian) gave him a status in Croatian literature similar to what Dante is for Italian literature. Read more  
Modul 1: Budimo zajedno! [Let’s Be together]
Lekcija 1: Šetnja gradom [Walking Around the City]
Lekcija 2: Poklon za rođendan [Birthday Gift]
Lekcija 3: Planovi za Dubrovnik [Plans for Dubrovnik]
Lekcija 4: Rezervacija smještaja [Hotel Reservation]
Lekcija 5: Prezentacija [Presentation]
Modul 2: Ulicama moga grada [The Streets of My City]
Lekcija 1: Po Zagrebu [Around Zagreb]
Lekcija 2: Po Dubrovniku [Around Dubrovnik]
Modul 3: Ovo nije kraj [This is Not the End]
Lekcija 1: Nogometna utakmica [Soccer Match]
Lekcija 2: Pogled u budućnost [Looking Forward]
Lekcija 3: Sjećanja [Memories]
Modul 4: Ponavljanje je majka znanja [Practice Makes Perfect]
Lekcija 1: Ponavljanje [Review]
Lekcija 2: Razgovor [Conversation]

1. Overview and Goals for Unit 10

By the end of this Unit, you will be able to:
1 Name popular Croatian tourist attractions.
2 Express your interests in what to visit in Croatia.
3 Talk about your travel plans.
4 Ask for directions when you are lost.
5 Give specific directions to someone.
6 Understand street names in Croatia, and possible differences with your country.
7 Know more about accommodation possibilities in Croatia.
8 Know more about tourism in Croatia.
9 Ask for specific information about locations/cities.
10 Discuss geographical positions.
11 Talk about your interests and preferences.
12 Talk about your doubts.
13 Express an opinion about something or someone.
14 Compare different things or people.
15 Negotiate with someone about travel plans and daily activities.
16 Provide information about where something is located/positioned.
17 Name your favorite animals based on pictures you see.
18 Personalize birthday wishes to a friend.
19 Share ideas with others about how to celebrate a friend’s birthday.
20 Act appropriately when purchasing an entrance ticket to a landmark or historical site.
21 Understand familiar directions on a mobile app.
To achieve these outcomes, you will learn the following grammar structures:
1 Vocative case
  • Masculine and feminine gender
2 Imperative mode
  • Verb biti
  • Verbs of motion
3 Instrumental case vs Genitive case
  • Prepositions indicating position
4 Genitive case
  • Preposition indicating the position
  • Possessive Genitive form
  • Spacial distance
  • Cardinal directions
5 Comparative and superlative forms
6 The structure of hajde/hajdemo
Vocabulary covered in this Unit relates to:
1 Daily activities
2 Sightseeing
3 Types of accommodation
4 Types of tourism
5 Animals
6 Idioms with animals
7 Geography
8 Spatial distance
9 Directions/instructions on how to get somewhere
10 How to compare things

2. Outline

At/by the end of the unit, what do you want the student to be able to do with the language?
Final assessment (Scenario): 
You are in Croatia studying for a semester. Choose one city that you want to visit. Your friend will also give their suggestions. You need to say where and why you want to go there. Negotiate with your friend about your destination, say where your suggested city is located in the country. What are your interests and what will you do in that city? Say what you want to visit (squares, museums, parks, etc.). You both need to suggest a hotel to stay in, and provide information about the hotel: its location, distance from main city landmarks, price per night, etc. The accommodation search will happen during this conversation. Compare both of your choices of accommodation and decide where you will stay, discuss your ideas about tours around the city, such as landmarks to see.
  Break the goal down into smaller learning targets.  
Module 1: I can talk about my travel preferences and I can express my opinions about accommodation. I can compare different types of accommodations and justify my choices
Module 2: I can ask for and give directions. I can express my plans for a daily itinerary and visiting attractions.
Module 3: I can talk about my future plans and I can discuss my past experiences. I can talk about past events that are important to me.
Module 4: Performance-based final unit assessment
  For each learning target (Modules 1-3), determine a concrete task that will demonstrate that the students have reached it.
Module 1: In a dialogue, talk about your upcoming trip with your friend. Negotiate where to stay. Provide advantages and disadvantages on different types of accommodation.
Module 2: Dialogue with a friend about your plans for a day while visiting a certain city. Ask for and give directions. Negotiate where to go, what to see/visit/do. Make a logical plan so you do not waste time on transportation.
Module 3: Talk about your future plans. Reflect on past events that are very important to you. Talk about your best friend(s) and how you met. Talk about how you became friends, including what happened that was important in developing your friendship.

3. Specific Components and Final Tasks for Each Module

Module 1. Budimo zajedno! [Let's Be Together!]
1 Places to visit in the city
2 Tourist attractions
3 Types of accommodations
4 Personal interests and likes
5 Planning a trip
6 Personal opinions and comparing things
Final Task, Module 1:
You are in one of the cities in Croatia and you want to go for a weekend trip. Negotiate with your friend where to go. Ask your friend what they like to do on vacation so you can mutually agree on where to go. What type of tourism do they like? Agree on the same type of activities that you both like and decide on your destination. How will you get there?
Module 2. Ulicama moga grada [The Streets of My City]
1 Location of places/landmarks
2 Geographical location
3 Asking for and giving directions
4 Monuments, streets, squares, and parks
Final Task, Module 2:
Make a plan for one-day activities in the city. You will have your starting point. You need to negotiate with your friend about your schedule. Where do you want to go, what do you want to see/visit/do? Ask each other and answer the question on how to reach each destination.
Module 3. Ovo nije kraj [This Is Not the End]
1 My future
2 Wishes and goals for the future
3 Past important events in your life
4 Your best friend(s)
Final Task, Module 3:
Tell your friend about your plans for the future: where you want to live and why; what you want to do and why; where do you see yourself in 5 years? Talk about your best friend and tell each other about  an important event that made an impact in developing your friendship.