Month: September 2017

viernes 29/9/17 Spanish Lessons

viernes 29/9/17

TO DO

1. Click on Leisure Vocabulary to see a list of activities then make seven sentences in Spanish telling things your family and you can (or cannot) do using the verb ‘poder‘. 

Example:

Yo puedo tocar la guitarra  

I can play the guitar

Mi hermano puede cantar 

My brother can sing

2. In your class folder write a paragraph of five or more sentences for each of the following in Spanish

a. what you did last weekend

b. what you are going to do this weekend

3. Review:

Spanish 1 Preliminary

Regular Present Tense Verbs

Master Vocabulary List

Preterite

Word Reference Verb Conjugator

Leisure Vocabulary

Daily Routine

4. Click on the video below to see Patagonia ski in Argentina. 

PATAGONIA SKI TOURS from Juan Pennisi on Vimeo.

jueves 28/9/17 Spanish Lessons

jueves 28/9/17

TO DO

1. Click on House and Chores vocabulary then make ten sentences in Spanish from the ‘chores’ column telling what you and your family have to do using ‘debo‘ or ‘I have to

Example:

Yo debo limpiar la mesa después de cenar

I have to clean the table after dinner

Mi hermano debe cortar el césped cada semana

My brother has to cut the grass every week 

2. Review:

Spanish 1 Preliminary

Regular Present Tense Verbs

Master Vocabulary List

Preterite

Word Reference Verb Conjugator

Leisure Vocabulary

Daily Routine

3. Click on the video below to see some of the scenery of Chile. Then write in your journal three things you found interesting about Chile, two things you would like to know more about and a question you have. You may want to do a web search on the Moai (Easter Island) and of the coasts and mountain range (ski slopes) of Chile. 

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The Colors of Chile from Pete R. on Vimeo.

miércoles 27/9/17 Spanish Lessons

miércoles 27/9/17

TO DO

1. Click on House and Chores vocabulary then make sentences in Spanish with each of the phrases (chores) telling the daily and weekly chores you and your family do. 

Example:

Yo limpio la mesa después de cenar

I clean the table after dinner

Mi papá cierra las puertas con llave cada noche

My dad locks the doors every night

 

2. Review:

Regular Present Tense Verbs

Master Vocabulary List

Preterite

Word Reference Verb Conjugator

Leisure Vocabulary

Daily Routine

3. Click on the video below to watch a clip about some marathon runners then write something you learned. 

martes 26/9/17

martes 26/9/17

TO DO

1. Oral: Tell three things you did yesterday in Spanish using the preterite. After the bell you are no longer permitted to speak in English. You will have twelve minutes to complete this activity. 

2. Oral: Tell three things you want to do this weekend in Spanish. Again, no English after the bell. If you  have a question you may use the phrase

Cómo se dice ______ en español = How do you say ______ in Spanish 

3.  Vocabulary study. Click on the Master Vocabulary List below then go column 4 and wait for instructions. 

Review:

Regular Present Tense Verbs

Master Vocabulary List

Preterite

Word Reference Verb Conjugator

Leisure Vocabulary

Daily Routine    

4. Click on the video below to learn more about leisure vocabulary. Make a list of the words and sounds that you hear.  

lunes 25/9/17 Spanish Lessons

lunes 25/9/17

TO DO

1. Oral: Tell what you did this weekend using the preterite. Click on the Preterite to see a list of verbs in the past tense. You may look up other verb conjugations by going to Word Reference Verb Conjugator.

2. Click on Leisure Vocabulary to finish working on your sentences in Spanish telling what you like to do, what you want to do and what you would like to do (try) using leisure vocabulary.  After the bell you are no longer permitted to speak in English. You will have twelve minutes to complete this activity. 

3. Oral: Tell about your daily routine. Click on  Daily Routine to see a list of vocabulary (reflexives and other verbs) in Spanish then write your daily routine in your journal in Spanish.   

4. Click on the video below to learn more about daily routine vocabulary then write in your journal three things you learned, two things you want to know more about and one take away (something you are going to do). 

viernes 22/9/17 Spanish Lessons

viernes 22/9/17

TO DO

1. Reading: Watch vowels and accents. Wait for instructions.

2. Click on Leisure Vocabulary then make eight sentences using the phrases following the model in the document. You may construct the sentences in any order as long as the sentences are gramatically sound. After the bell you are no longer permitted to speak in English. You will have twelve minutes to complete this activity. 

3. Oral: Tell what you did last night using the preterite. Click on the Preterite to see a list of verbs in the past tense then write in your journal in Spanish five things you did yesterday. Be sure to include details. You may look up other verb conjugations by going to Word Reference Verb Conjugator.

4. Oral: Tell about your daily routine. Click on  Daily Routine to see a list of vocabulary (reflexives and other verbs) in Spanish then write your daily routine in your journal in Spanish.   

5. Click on the video below to learn more about

3.

Manos Del Sur from Patricio Hernandez-Ysasi on Vimeo.

jueves 21/9/17 Spanish Lessons

jueves 21/9/17

TO DO

1. Reading from Workbook: Wait for instructions

2. Oral: Tell about you. Include your name, where you are from, your age, your likes and about your personality.

3. Oral: Tell what you did last night using the preterite. Click on the Preterite to see a list of verbs in the past tense then write in your journal in Spanish five things you did yesterday. Be sure to include details. You may look up other verb conjugations by going to Word Reference Verb Conjugator.

4. Oral: Tell about your daily routine. Click on  Daily Routine to see a list of vocabulary (reflexives and other verbs) in Spanish then write your daily routine in your journal in Spanish.   

5. Click on the video to se the ballet performance then write in your journal in English what you think the story is about. Who are the characters? Tell about the cintaur. What is taking place?

Yo México 2010 from Monumotion on Vimeo.

Spanish 1: Master Vocabulary Review

miércoles 20/9/17 Spanish Lessons

miércoles 20/9/17

TO DO

1. Oral: Be ready to tell the class about your daily routine. Click on Daily Routine to see a list of vocabulary (reflexives and other verbs). Include what time you get up, what you do to get ready, what you eat for breakfast, what time you go to school, what classes you take, whom you see, what you eat for lunch, what you do after school and what you do to get ready for bed. 

2. Oral: Be ready to tell the class what you did yesterday.  Click on the Preterite to see a list of verbs in the past tense. Be sure to include details. You may look up other verb conjugations by going to Word Reference Verb Conjugator

3. Click on the video below to see a Guatemalan festival of the Independencia. Write in your journal three things you learned, two things you found interesting, and something you would like to know more about. You may also do a web search on Guatemala.

martes 19/9/17 Spanish Lessons

martes 19/9/17

TO DO

1. Folder: Write a paragraph for each of the images below in your folder in Spanish. Pay close attention to agreement and to accents. 

 

2. Click on Daily Routine to see a list of vocabulary (reflexives and other verbs) in Spanish then write your daily routine in your folder in Spanish. 

Include

  • what time you get up
  • what you do to get ready
  • what you eat for breakfast
  • what time you go to school
  • what classes you take
  • whom you see
  • what you eat for lunch
  • what you do after school
  • what you do to get ready for bed

3. Click on the Preterite to see a list of verbs in the past tense then write in your journal in Spanish five things you did yesterday. Be sure to include details. You may look up other verb conjugations by going to Word Reference Verb Conjugator

4. What are some unusual foods you can find in a Mexican market? See image below. 

5. Click on the video to see a traditional market in México DF then write in your journal some foods you can find at a Mexican market.

Gente Bonita, Mercado San Juan, México DF. from Daniela Constantini on Vimeo.

lunes 18/917 Spanish lessons

lunes 18/9/17

TO DO

1. Take out your sentences from last week on  Food Adjectives to do orally in the class. Wait for instructions. 

2. Click on Daily Routine to see a list of vocabulary (reflexives and other verbs) in Spanish then write your daily routine in your journal in Spanish. Include what time you get up, what you do to get ready, what you eat for breakfast, what time you go to school, what classes you take, whom you see, what you eat for lunch, what you do after school and what you do to get ready for bed. 

3. Review Wordreference Verb Conjugator to look up reflexive and other verbs in Spanish. 

4. Click on the video to learn more about Mexican markets then write in your journal in English three things you learned, two things you found interesting, and one question you have.

Xochimilco Market, Mexico City from DocNO Productions on Vimeo.