Spanish 2: Workbook: pp 1 – 3, 15 – 18, 27 – 32 (all questions on each page). You may use your phones to use an online dictionary at www.reverso.net
Spanish 1: Get with a partner or in groups of three, practice your student interview questions then make a recording of your group asking and answering each other’s questions then email to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to practice several times before making your recording so you can do a really good job and make an A:)
HOW TO RECORD: Go to voice memo on the phone (one person in your group will use their phone). Make the recording then go to ‘upload’ and email to me.
Go to the Irregular Preterite Verb Worksheet to complete on your own paper. Directions: 1) Write the complete sentence on your own paper, 2) fill in the blank with the correct verb form, 3) underline the verb 4) then translate into English.
Go to Group Project to begin the activity. Each student will complete the form and use for notes though only ONE student will turn in at the end of their project. Wait for further instructions on where and how to complete. Copy Template
Students are to read and complete two workbook reading activities (leer) and turn in at the end of the class for a grade. If you do not have a substitute you can put your worksheets in my mail box in the office
Questions: When is the Day of the Dead celebrated? What do the winds blow back? Why is it celebrated? What do they do with the grave sites? What flowers do they decorate with? What is the significance of the butterfly and the marigold? How many days does it take place? Tell about the sand and flower courtyard tapistries. What is the bread called? What are the skulls and skeletons called? What music is played? Who is Calavera Catrina and José Guadalupe Posada? Who is Xoloitzcuintli the hairless dog? Who began the celebration and why?
Who were the Mayans? In what country is Tikal and what is it? When did the Mayans predict the fifth and last life cycle (end of time)? What violent game did they play? What did they do to their teeth? Where did the word ‘shark’ come from? What concept did they invent? What does their folklore say humans came from? Who are the children of the corn? What did they do with their children’s faces and eyes? How many Mayan dialects are believed to be spoke in Guatemala today? What are Guatemalan worry dolls?
4. Vocabulary: Continue working on Basic Vocabularyfor daily practice with the class. You may also go to Quizlet Yo Verbs for matching games and audio flash cards.
5. Culture: See below
1. Reading and Writing: Go to the culture notes below
2. Speaking: Go to the links below to Conditions to learn other ways to say how you are today then be ready to answer basic questions from the student Questionnaire . Go toFamily Audio to listen to the dialog then practice the phrases with a partner. Be ready to read aloud for the class.
3. Grammar: continue with the preterite and near future (voy a cocinar -vs- cociné) from student handouts
Who were the Inca? Where did they live? What present day countries in South America were home to the Inca? Who was their god of sun? What was their language? What about the fabric and knot tying? What did they do with children’s heads? When was Machu Picchu found and who was Hiram Bingham?