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¡BIENVENIDOS a la clase de Español!

 

¡Feliz Año Nuevo!

We are starting Unit 3 and it is all about SCHOOL. Students will be able to name school places and school supplies as well as different activities we do at school. We will be using the question, "¿Qué tiene...?" (What does it have?) and learn the adjectives "lindo/a" (nice/lovely) and "nuevo/a" (new). We will also "travel" with Kate & Becky to the Caribbean to learn about the Spanish speaking country, the Dominican Republic. We will meet characters from the island and learn about their culture.

Below you will find new vocabulary for the third quarter. You can also check the calendar to see specifically what we are working on each week. Please feel free to e-mail us with and questions and/or concerns at misty.barker@tvcs.org or maria.melendez@tvcs.org.

Nos vemos,  Señora Barker & Señora Melendez

 

EXTENSION OF LEARNING:

  1. Practice your COLORS at these web addresses: Try the Introduction, Multiple Choice, and Memory Game athttp://www.spanishspanish.com/colors/color_menu.html
  2. Choose the audio version when you practice colors athttp://www.digitaldialects.com/Spanish/Colour.htm
  3. Practice names of clothing items here: https://quizlet.com/17661736/la-ropa-clothing-in-spanish-flash-cards/ (Keep in mind there are more clothing items on here than we have learned in class. The ones your child should be familiar with are: el pantalón, el pantalón corto, la camiseta, la gorra, la falda, el vestido.) There are different activities to use on the blue bar across the top.
  4. Practice the names of PLACES IN THE SCHOOL: https://quizlet.com/83922721/lugares-en-la-escuela-places-at-school-flash-cards/ (We have learned: la oficina, la cafetería, la biblioteca, el patio, el salón, la clase de música, la clase de arte, la clase de Español.
  5. Practice SCHOOL SUPPLIES: https://quizlet.com/68227527/cosas-de-la-escuela-flash-cards/  We are learning: el papel, las tijeras, el pegamento, el lápiz, el crayón, la mochila, el libro.

 

Contact: Misty.Barker@tvcs.org

PDF documents
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Classroom Expectations & Discipline Plan - Spanish expectations, consequences, and rewards
Second Quarter Vocabulary -
Special Areas Conduct Rubric -
Special Areas January Newsletter -
Special Areas Participation Rubric -
Third Quarter Vocabulary -
VocabularyFirstQuarter -

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