Reflexive Verb Review
Hola a todos,
Thanks for an incredible week of learning! I am particularly proud of your perseverance today as we watched a comercial in Spanish (which you can view in Youtube). I hope to help you today by providing you with a fabulous online resource to review verbos reflexivos. Follow the steps below to review and prepare for your communication task tomorrow:
P.S. You will only be able to use your notes from this activity and your interactive notebook on the communication task on Friday.
Buenas tardes chicos,
¡Gracias por un día de clase excelente! En preparación para la próxima (next) clase, respondan a esta pregunta en los comentarios: ¿Cuál es un beneficio de la siesta? Dejen un comentario en español abajo.
P.S. There was an error on my PowerPoint. I misspelled somnolence in Spanish as somnoliencia. That is wrong. It is spelled somnolencia.
¡Felicitaciones por completar su primera evaluación! I am so proud of your hard work and creativity in responding to Josue's email today. I will spend this weekend giving feedback with the goal of returning your papers by next Thursday.
Remember: I am not looking for perfection, but for effort and understandability in your writing.
Attached, you will find the assessment materials along with the rubric by which I will give feedback. Please use the assessment with the PowerPoint from yesterday's lesson (in my previous post) to practice your written communication in Spanish. Any extra work you do outside of class will be accepted as extra credit toward your assessment score.
¡Que tengan un fin de semana excelente!
Thank you for an excellent day of class today! I thoroughly enjoyed sharing about las retinas de mis tíos. To prepare for class tomorrow, please review the attached PowerPoint from class today and complete the Exit Ticket. Tomorrow, be prepared to use the new vocabulary and language structures in context. Our task tomorrow will ask you to show your ability to use Spanish to think critically and creatively problem solve.
National Spanish Examination
Introduction: You will take the National Spanish Examination in an online format in order to give us baseline data on your knowledge of Spanish. We will use your test scores from this examination in August to compare to your end-of-the-year test scores in June. This will show us how much you grow during the school year!
Part One: You will start with the Vocabulary/Grammar exam. You will have 50 minutes to complete this. Click here to access. Once done, you will record your score on a piece of paper with your name, the date, and your class period. Label this score Vocabulary/Grammar. Then work quietly on one of the following activities:
Part Two: You will end with the Reading/Listening exam. You will have 50 minutes to complete this. Click here to access. Once done, you will record your score on the same piece of paper with your name, the date, and your class period. Label this score Reading/Listening. Then work quietly on one of the following activities:
Dear students and families,
I am thrilled that you have found our virtual classroom! I upload important documents and reminders from each week's classes on this site. These include each lesson's PowerPoints and electronic copies of handouts, when possible. It is your responsibility to access this website regularly; however, I will generally alert you when I post an important document to the website.
Please also access and join the Google Classroom by clicking the button to the right. Your join code is v4opywm. Virtual assignments will be accessible via that resource.
Attached to this post is your class syllabus. Within the syllabus, you will find important assignment information, my contact information, and required supplies for class. You will receive a physical copy this week, but you are urged to save an electronic copy for your records. Please click on the link below to download the document. I look forward to seeing you tomorrow morning for an excellent start to week two!