In this module we will explore our our definition of wellness beyond anthropocentric (human-centric) perspectives, to consider alternative, reciprocal ways to conceive of “living well” in relation to all beings (human and non-human, animate and inanimate).
Specifically, we will share our experiences around:
- how to exchange information about our physical and mental states of being (SER vs. ESTAR; TENER).
- how to exchange information about our wellness habits (healthy habits and routines).
- how to exchange information about the place, neighbourhood, city, country that we call home.
- how to describe a place, its main features and attractions (VERBOS: HABER, SER, ESTAR, TENER).
We will also continue to learn about sociocultural practices in the Spanish-speaking world relevant to these objectives.
Content explored in previous modules will also be integrated into this one as will ways of connecting and expanding our speech through KEY CONNECTING WORDS.