Week 2 Aug 27 Spanish Lessons

TO DO

Spanish 1 

1. Reading skills: Go to Spanish Vowels to practice the ‘e’ in Spanish. Then go to the text book pp 32 to read with the class. 

Homework: Go to the recording below to practice your vowels

Vowels

2. Speaking: Go to The Spanish Experiment to practice saying greetings in Spanish.  

3. Grammar: Subject pronouns, definite and indefinite articles, gender and tú -vs- usted

4. Vocabulary: Go to Basic Vocabulary to review the Spanish word lists. You may also practice the Spanish matching vocabulary game on Quizlet

5. Culture: Go to NDTV , iExplore and Culture Trip to read about the Tomatina Festival in Spain. You may also do a web search to see what you can find. Be ready to tell three facts about the festival. 

6. Video: Go to Georgia Salsarific to watch video clips of the Georgia Spanish children’s program. 
7. Go to Map to see a map of Central and South America then complete your handout, labeling the countries and capitals. You may practice matching Spanish speaking countries and capitals on Quizlet 

Spanish 2

1. Reading skills: Go to Spanish Vowelsto practice the ‘e’ in Spanish.

2. Speaking: Go to The Spanish Experiment to practice audio Spanish interrogatives (question words) then go to Daily Routine to practice saying your daily routine with a partner.  Be ready to present to the class without your paper. You may also go to Quizlet to practice the matching game. Be ready for a quiz. 

In the Morning

Getting Ready

3. Grammar:Rreview first person singular yo verb endings, yo me (concept of reflexive)

4. Vocabulary:  Review Basic Vocabulary

5. Culture: Go to NDTV , iExplore and Culture Tripto read about the Tomatina Festival in Spain. You may also do a web search to see what you can find. Be ready to tell three facts about the festival. 

6. Video: Go to Georgia Salsarific to watch video clips of the Georgia Spanish children’s program. 
7. Go to Map to see a map of Central and South America then complete your handout, labeling the countries and capitals. You may practice matching Spanish speaking countries and capitals on Quizlet 
  

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