3. Vocabulary: el almacén, el correo, la biblioteca, la carnicería, la comisaría, la estación de bomberos, la estación de ferrocarril, la gasolinera, la iglesia, la joyería, la juguetería, la lavandería, la librería, la mueblería, la panadería, la papelería, la pastelería, la peluquería, la pescadería, la piscina, la tienda, la tintorería
4. Question: Where did Argentina get it’s name? What is the periodic symbol for Silver? Largest dinosaur remains in the world? How many presidents in how many days? What and who is associated with the dirty war and how many people disappeared? When you think of the people of Argentina what origin (nationalities) do you think of? 9 de julio en Buenos Aires? What are the Pampas, Iguazú, Cowboys and Paris of the South? Southern Hemisphere and seasons? Go to Atlas and Boots ,Nat Geo Kids, Nation Facts and Kids Fun Facts to learn more about Argentina then to make a decorative culture book with your facts to turn in for a grade. You may also do a web search to see what else you can find. To find more about the Dirty War go to BBC News.
I am a World Language Instructor with 20 years of experience teaching French, Spanish, and ESL ages preschool to adult. My M.A. is in Education and Language Acquisition/ESL, and my B.A. is in French and Spanish. I love helping students understand how the language works, teaching the how to's, why's and the exceptions to the rules. Making real connections with my students is my goal and passion. I truly love what I do and am generally available anytime of the day. Accepting new students both virtual and face to face.
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