10:29 Sep 23, 2011
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Social Sciences - Education / Pedagogy / Kindergarten
English term or phrase: Mookie
Estoy traduciendo un manual para docentes de preescolar y me encuentro con el término "Mookie", que, si no me equivoco, es una palabra usada para burlarse de alguien. No encuentro su significado, pero supongo que debe ser una palabra bulgar pero no muy fuerte (de hecho, alumnos de preescolar la pueden usar). En esta sección del manual, los alumnos deben aprender cómo reaccionar ante situaciones en las que son crueles con ellos o se burlan de ellos.
No se me ocurre ningún equivalente en español (y tampoco quiero "meter la pata"). ¿Se les ocurre alguna palabra para reemplazarla?

"Have the group practice saying the word Mookie in different voices and manners. Have them say it as a sergeant would, then a grandma. How about a cow, or a cat, a vampire, or a rapper? Develop as many different and playful ways as possible."

Desde ya muchas gracias.

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