Week of Sept 17 2018 Spanish Lessons

Spanish 1

1. Reading and Writing: Go to the culture notes below

2. Speaking: Go to Conditions to learn other ways to say how you are today then be ready to answer basic questions from the student Questionnaire

3. Grammar: present yo verbs: hablo, estudio, como, bebo, duermo, entreno, veo, dibujo, juego, escucho

4. Vocabulary: Continue working on Basic Vocabulary for daily practice with the class. You may also go to Quizlet Yo Verbs for matching games and audio flash cards.

5. Culture: Go to PBS Kids to see the video on Hispanic Heritage month then do a search to find a celebrity here in the US that you didn’t know was of Hispanic origins.

Spanish 2

1. Reading and Writing: Go to the culture notes below

2. Speaking: Go to Conditions to learn other ways to say how you are today then be ready to answer basic questions from the student Questionnaire 

3. Grammar: gustar, preterite and near future (voy a cocinar -vs- cociné). Near Future

Go to Preterite to see a chart of past tense verbs then make ten sentences telling something you did using adverbs of time.

4. Vocabulary: batailla, bandera, líder, ataque, paz, armas, celebración, heroe, pistola, herida, muerte, el grito, campana, país, orgullo, dulces, ágila and serpiente. 

Go to the following links to complete the activities with the class: Mexican Food Definitions   Food Charts and Bingo   Kitchen    Vocabulary List 3     Quizlet Food Vocabulary

5. Culture: Go to PBS Kids to see the video on Hispanic Heritage month then do a search to find a celebrity here in the US that you didn’t know was of Hispanic origins.

Culture: Mexican Independence September 16

Who was Hidago? What is the relationship of Cinco de mayo and Independence day (trick question)? When did the Spanish arrive in Mexico? Who were the people in Mexico before the conquistadors? How long did Spain rule present day Mexico? How were the indigenous treated? What is Grito de Dolores? Who are the peninsulares, mestizos and indígenas?

Go to Globein to find ten need-to-know facts about the Mexican Independence.

Go to

My Schoolhouse to learn about the Mexican Independence then write three things you learned, two things you didn’t know and one question you may have.

Quizlet to practice key terms and facts about the Mexican Independence.

Mexican Food Menu to make a list of food names in Spanish that you do not know then be ready to discuss with the class

Click on the video link below to see an authentic empanada recipe then write how to prepare this dish. Include some ingredients and instructions in both Spanish and English.

Tradition Heard – extra – “Empanadas with Alba” from Oresti Tsonopoulos on Vimeo.

 

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