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El 31 de Mayo, 2017

posted May 31, 2017, 3:17 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 12 de May, 2017

posted May 12, 2017, 1:39 PM by Unknown user

Spanish: REMINDER! Your Presentation and Poster are due on Monday. All groups must submit one (1) copy of your slides with 2 or 3 slides printed on one (1) page. NO LATE SUBMISSIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED

How do I print multiple slides on one (1) page?
  1. Go to Google Slides
  2. Click on File
  3. Click on Print Settings and Preview
  4. Change 1 slide without notes to either - 
    1. Handout 2 slides per page or 
    2. Handout 3 slides per page
  5. Change Landscape to Portrait
  6. Click Print
  7. Close Preview

El 3 de Mayo, 2017

posted May 2, 2017, 11:57 AM by Unknown user   [ updated May 2, 2017, 12:14 PM ]

Spanish: Continue your presentation on Google Slides

Bring in Flowers on Thursday for the May Crowning

El 24 de Abril, 2017

posted Apr 24, 2017, 8:11 AM by Unknown user

North American, Spain, & Spanish Speaking Islands Project

Due Date: Thursday, May 11, 2017


On Monday, April 24, 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 11, 2017.


Country #1: Mexico

Country #2 Cuba

Country #3 Dominican Republic

Country #4 Haiti

Country #5 Puerto Rico

Country #6 Galapagos Islands

Country #7 Spain

*finalization of the groups to be in class on Monday, April 24, 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 Monday, April 24, 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”

  • 8 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 “Cuba 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 11, 2017.

NO EXCEPTIONS!


6th Grade Groups Spanish Project 2017

  1. Group #1: Mexico

    1. Andrew M.

    2. Earl S.

    3. Nick T.

  2. Group #2: Cuba

    1. Madilyn J.

    2. Karli O.

    3. Madison S.

    4. Matteo L.

  3. Group #3: Dominican Republic (D.R.)

    1. Sophia C.

    2. Mishel H.

    3. Albert D.

  4. Group #4: Haiti

    1. Julia K.

    2. Bryanna P.

    3. Jamie C.

  5. Group #5: Puerto Rico

    1. Yesid C.

    2. Lucy S.

    3. Gia C.

  6. Group #6: Galapagos Islands

    1. Enzo Virga

    2. Allan K.

    3. Alex P.

  7. Group #7: Spain

    1. Sarah D.

    2. Brianna D.

    3. Nina B.

El 10 de Abril, 2017

posted Apr 10, 2017, 2:07 PM by Unknown user

Spanish: Today we took our Spanish Noun Exam - good job. Keep studying!!!

El 3 de Abril, 2017

posted Apr 3, 2017, 5:04 PM by Unknown user

Spanish: complete the Bingo Cards for homework and bring it to class tomorrow. Use the nouns (vocabulary terms) that i gave you in class. 

El 29 de Marzo, 2017

posted Mar 29, 2017, 12:09 PM by Unknown user

5x Each in Spanish 1x each in English

Nouns:

Gender:

1) All nouns in Spanish are either masculine (m) or feminine (f). The gender of those denoting person or animals is determined by the sex.


El Hombre

The Man

Masculine (m)

La Mujer

The Woman

Feminine (f)

 

2) Nouns ending in –o are usually masculine (m) and those ending in -a, -dad, -iόn, -umbre are usually feminine (f).


(m) El Libro

The book

(f) La Pluma

The Pen

(f) La Verdad

The Truth

(f) La Naciόn

The Nation

(f) La Costumbre

The Custom

 

3) Many nouns form the feminine by changing the final –o of the masculine to –a, others by adding –a to the masculine form.

Ex) El maestro, La Maestra = Teacher

El Profesor, La Profesora = Teacher

 

Number:

1) The plural of nouns is formed by adding –s to words ending in an unaccented vowel and –es to those ending in a consonant or an accented vowel.


Singular

Plural


La Casa

The House

Las Casas

The Houses

El Papel

The Paper

Los Papeles

The Papers

El Rubí

The Ruby

Los Rubíes

The Rubies

El Bambù

The Bamboo

Los Bambùes

The Bamboos

*REMEMBER THAT THERE ARE ALWAYS EXCEPTIONS TO THE RULES!!!

* RECUERDE QUE HAY SIEMPRE EXCEPCIONES A LAS REGLAS!!!

El Papá, Los Papás; La Mamá, Las Mamás; El Sofá, Los Sofás

2) Words ending in z change z to c when adding –es.


Singular


Plural


El Lápiz

The Pencil

Los Lápices

The Pencils

La Cruz

The Cross

Las Cruces

The Crosses

 

3) Words of more than one syllable ending in –s remain unchanged, unless the last syllable is stressed.


Singular


Plural


El Mes

Month

Los Meses

Months

El Lunes

Monday

Los Lunes

Mondays

El Paraguas

Umbrella

Los Paraguas

Umbrellas

El Inglés

Englishman

Los Ingleses

English

El Francés

Frenchman

Los Franceses

French

 

4) Family names remain unchanged.

Ex) Las García, The Garcías

 

5) Nouns of relationship and rank, when used in the masculine plural, have two meanings.


Los Padres

Fathers, Parents

Los Hermanos

Brothers, the brother and sister

Los Señores

Men, Mr. and Mrs.

Los Reyes

Kings, the King and Queen

 

El 22 de Marzo, 2017

posted Mar 22, 2017, 2:23 PM by Unknown user

Translate and fill in the blanks with the appropriate definite or indefinite article where necessary


  1. Sabes (Saber) muy bien que _____________ tabasco es (ser) malo para ________ salud.



  1. Si sigues conduciendo así, _______________ día tendrás __________ accidente.



  1. Todo ocurrió ________ oscuro día de ___________ diciembre. Al amanecer, extraño llamó a _________ puerta. Me sorprendió ver que _________ extraño llevaba ________ sombrilla abierta.



El 21 de Marzo, 2017

posted Mar 21, 2017, 11:51 AM by Unknown user

Indefinite Articles

Un, Una, Unas, Unos

  • Fill in the blanks with the appropriate indefinite article where necessary
  • Translate ONLY 1 - 5 (DON'T GO AHEAD)
  1. Jorge dice que le encanta (encantar) ser _______________ maestro.

  2. Necesito (necesitar) hablar con  ___________ sacerdote.

  3. No tengo (tener) _______________ auto. Prefiero caminar a todas partes.

  4. Voy (ir) a cenar con ____________ amigos que han venido a verme.

  5. Tengo (tener) ________ libros sobre la industria en América.

  6. Quiero (querer) ____________ copa de vino.

  7. Siempre me tomo (tomar)  ___________ zumo en el desayuno.

  8. Hay ________ señal en la puerta.

  9. Esta noche no me apetece llevar ________ corbata.

  10. Me he comprado (comprar) ___________ zapatos muy bonitos.

El 13 de Marzo, 2017

posted Mar 13, 2017, 8:19 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

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