Assignment: ¿Qué estás haciendo? Estoy Cocinando.
Due: After completing Unit 7.
Length: 150–300 word document and a 1–5 minute audio/video recording
Weight: 1.5 %
Submission: Submit your assignment in this discussion forum.
¿Qué estás haciendo? Estoy cocinando mi receta favorita.
It is time to get cooking! Get your apron ready, all the ingredients for your favourite recipe, and let’s go to the kitchen.
In this assignment, you will write, prepare, and document the process for cooking your favourite dish. You don’t need get too fancy, it would be perfectly OK to use a simple recipe. The main focus of this assignment is to put in practice your Spanish language skills. You will have to write, narrate, and document the whole cooking process.
If there is any trace that you are copying or cheating, you will fail the assignment.
Review the Academic Integrity section of the online Student Manual for more information
Before you begin, make sure you review your notes and learning materials. For this assignment, you are expected to include the vocabulary and grammar rules learned in this and previous units.
You might also want to watch the following example.
The format used to produce, document, and submit your assignment is optional, but should be according to one of the following two options.
You must submit both the Word file, with the written component; and a video file, including the cooking process and your narration.
The procedure used to cook the dish you are preparing. This will be a step-by-step explanation of the whole cooking process, from the beginning until the end. In other words, if someone else reads your recipe, they will be able to cook your dish.
Your submission can either:
Either of these options are OK, as long as you include all of the components described above.
If you have questions about this assignment do not hesitate to contact your tutor.
Click on Submissions to post your work.
Note: When the 30 minute period for editing your post has expired, you will be able to access submissions from your peers. Feel free to read your peers’ descriptions, and provide positive and respectful feedback of their work.
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