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El 31 de Mayo, 2017

posted May 31, 2017, 3:19 PM by Unknown user

Tomorrow you will be taking your Spanish Final. As we have practiced, discussed, and practiced time and time again - your final exam will be based on a dialogue that you will create using the vocabulary, phrases, and ideas from your notes. 

Your dialogue will be about 20 - 30 sentences long between two or three people. Scenario: It's their first time meeting in a restaurant and they are ordering food from a waiter. I will provide you with a key to help you along. 
- Food
- Date
- Time
- Conversations
- Colors

As a reminder - you will be able to bring flash cards with vocab and phrases (Spanish/English) - NOT FULL SENTENCES. You should also bring a pencil and a dictionary as well. 

AND REMEMBER -- DO NOT WORRY. YOU GOT THIS!!!

El 8 de Mayo, 2017

posted May 8, 2017, 6:42 AM by Unknown user

On Tuesday May 2, 2017; I assigned groups in class in which each group is assigned a Country/Region that is to be researched both in class and for homework in order to create a collaborative group project which will be due on Thursday, May 24, 2017.


Country #1: Colombia

Country #2 Ecuador

Country #3 Peru

Country #4 Chile

Country #5 Argentina

*finalization of the groups to be in class on Tuesday May 2, 2017


Topics that MUST be covered: (at least one (1) per group member)

History, Geography, Religion, Traditions, & Culture


Additional topics that will be covered:

Art & Music, Food & Beverages, Sports, Celebrities & Famous Persons, Flora & Fauna, Natural Resources


Additional topics may be discussed with permission of your instructor

*Group members will choose who will work on what topic on Tuesday May 2, 2017


Oral Presentation Information:

  • Students must create a Google Slide Presentation and Be Creative!

  • The Google Slide Presentation should include:

    • Title Page

    • Introduction Page (creative introduction overview of your country and topics to be discussed)

    • 4-6 slides per group member on the topics being discussed

    • Conclusion Page

    • Thank You Page & “Are There Any Further Questions”

  • 12 -15 minute presentation which will highlight the main topics and information about the country(s)/Region(s) discussed.

  • Each person is to speak and present during the presentation.

  • Students must keep a digital folder on Google Drive titled Your Topic Research Project 2017 “Peru Research Project 2017” and insert all valuable group information found and used: Articles, printouts websites, photos, notes, etc…

Poster:

  • each group will create a Travel poster providing desirable aspects and key facts about the country you researched about.

  • Photos, Images, Cutouts, Drawings, Collage, Mosaics may be used to meet the creativity component of its grade.

  • Use an 18” x 12” poster (any color -- but I have white in my classroom)


Grading

Students WILL WORK TOGETHER on this project, but individually. Students will receive four (4) grades:

    • Research - Digital Folder Contribution

    • Individual Presentation

    • Group Presentation

    • Travel Poster

EVERYTHING IS DUE ON Thursday, May 24, 2017

NO EXCEPTIONS!



8th Grade Groups Spanish Project 2017

  1. Group #1: Colombia

    1. Carol

    2. Timmy

    3. Frank

  2. Group #2: Equador

    1. Katie

    2. Mike

    3. Victoria

  3. Group #3: Peru

    1. Tyler W.

    2. Jade

    3. Amelia

  4. Group #4: Chili

    1. Jesley

    2. Myles

    3. Tyler E

  5. Group #5: Argentina

    1. Emily

    2. John

    3. Jessica

El 10 de April, 2017

posted Apr 10, 2017, 2:42 PM by Unknown user

Spanish: bring in your Found Poems tomorrow. We want to try to finish them by tomorrow. I will also give you your 2nd found poem to work on over the break and turn it in when we return. 

El 13 de Marzo, 2017

posted Mar 13, 2017, 8:23 AM by Unknown user

Check you Google Classroom for SPANISH

Copy and paste the vocabulary words into a Blank Google Document, then fill in the Blanks with the appropriate definite article. Also include the English Translation, it's Part-of-Speech (noun -n, verb -v, adjective - adj, etc...) and whether the word is Masculine (m) or Feminine (f). USE YOUR SPANISH DICTIONARY and CHECK YOUR ANSWERS. Due Tuesday 3/14/2017
Ex: _____________________ Padre El Padre Father: masculine (m) noun (n) 1. _________________________________________ Vaca 2. _________________________________________ Tren 3. _________________________________________ Traductor 4. _________________________________________ Pobres 5. _________________________________________ Agua 6. _________________________________________ Hacha 7. _________________________________________ Aguas 8. _________________________________________ Gente 9. _________________________________________ Tractores 10. ________________________________________ Blanca 11. ________________________________________ Arbol 12. ________________________________________ Azucar 13. ________________________________________ Television 14. ________________________________________ Radio 15. ________________________________________ Moto 16. ________________________________________ Malos

El 28 de Febrero, 2017

posted Feb 28, 2017, 4:35 PM by Unknown user

Spanish: we continued to discuss The House on Mango Street. Take note of any Spanish or Foreign Vocabulary words and bring the translation or meaning to class for discussion. 

23 de Enero, 2017

posted Jan 23, 2017, 5:11 PM by Unknown user

Spanish: continue to read The House on Mango Street

January 5, 2017

posted Jan 5, 2017, 2:45 PM by Unknown user

Spanish: Continue to read "The House on Mango Street" and come prepared with questions and insight. Only read until Cathy Queen of Cats. 

January 4, 2017

posted Jan 4, 2017, 1:56 PM by Unknown user

Read the introduction of The House on Mango Street and come to class with questions, comments, insight, etc... If you decide to read ahead, only go until the 3rd Vignette (Boys & Girls.. 

House on Mango Street

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November 30, 2016

posted Nov 30, 2016, 1:59 PM by Unknown user

Spanish: today we continue to discuss Los Numeros -- again -- since we have discussed this many many many times before, we are not going to spend that much time on it. So STUDY and PRACTICE Los Numeros quickly and effectively for the upcoming quiz!


Homework: answer this simple math problem and translate (both the question and the answer):

11,899,533

-11,755,421


4,632,219

+2,522, 600


Los Números Cardinales (The Cardinal Numbers)


0 Cero

10 Diez

20 Veinte

30 Treinta

40 Cuarenta

1 Uno

11 Once

21 Veintiuno

31 Treinta y Uno

50 Cincuenta

2 Dos

12 Doce

22 Veintidόs

32 Treinta y Dos

60 Sesenta

3 Tres

13 Trece

23 Veintitrés

33 Treinta y Tres

70 Setenta

4 Cuatro

14 Catorce

24 Veinticuatro

34 Treinta y Cuatro

80 Ochenta

5 Cinco

15 Quince

25 Veinticinco

35 Treinta y Cinco

90 Noventa

6 Seis

16 Dieciséis

26 Veintiséis

36 Treinta y Seis

100 Ciento (Cien)

7 Siete

17 Diecisiete

27 Veintisiete

37 Treinta y Siete

500 Quinientos

8 Ocho

18 Dieciocho

28 Veintiocho

38 Treinta y Ocho

1000 Mil

9 Nueve

19 Diecinueve

29 Veintinueve

39 Treinta y Nueve

1000000 Millόn

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