Archive for November, 2015

November 30, 2015-Body Parts (Part 2)

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Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays’ classes will be assessed over the Body Parts 1 test due to the Thanksgiving Holiday.  This week, Mondays and Tuesdays’ classes will be introduced to the new vocabulary, Body Parts 2.  The news words are: el cuello-neck, los hombros-shoulders, los brazos-arms, las manos-hands, los dedos de la manos-fingers, las piernas-legs, las rodillas-knees, los pies-feet, los dedos de los pies-toes.  Students will make flashcards with illustrations.

Students can visit quizlet.com/class/2199913 for more practice.

 

Body Parts 1 Review

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Students will continue to review the following body parts: el pelo-hair, la cabeza-head, las orejas-ears, las cejas-eyebrows, los ojos-eyes, la nariz-nose, la boca-mouth, los dientes-teeth, la lengua-tongue.  The teacher will also dictate 9 sentences to the students germane to the body parts, part 1.  For example, the teacher will say the same sentemce three times in Spanish.  The students begin to write the sentence after the teacher says it the third time.  Once the teacher has dictated all of the sentences to the student, the teacher will ask for volunteers to provide him with the correct dictation.

Activity 2-The students will scramble each word and ask a classmate to unscramble the body part word.  For example, scramble the word, la cabeza-al bzeaca.  The student will then ask someone at his or her table to unsramble it.

Activity 3-Students will use the IPADs to play a matching game pertinent to the body parts, Part one on Quizlet Body Part Words created by Senor Walter

(November 16, 2015) Donde esta?/Donde estan? Where is?/Where are?

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Students will ask their peers about the location of the 9 body parts(Part 1): la cabeza-head, los ojos-eyes, las orejas-ears, las cejas-eyebrows, la nariz-nose, el pelo-hair, la boca-mouth, los dientes-teeth.  Students will use donde esta for singular body parts and donde estan for plural body parts.  For example, head is singular, therefore, the student will say, Donde esta la cabeza?  The other student will say, La cabeza esta aqui (the head is here).  If the body part is plural, the student will say, donde estan los ojos? (Where are the eyes?)  The other student will say, los ojos estan aqui (The eyes are here).

Students will make flashcards for the new vocabulary: (Body Parts 2) el cuello-neck, los hombros-shoulders, los brazos-arms, los codos-elbows, las manos-hands, las munecas-wrists, los dedos-fingers.  The students will write the English and Spanish on one side and the illustration on the other side of the flashcard.

 

 

Body Parts-Part 1(11-9-15)

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Students will create a face using the following vocabulary: la cabeza-head, los ojos-eyes, las cejas-eyebrows, las orejas-ears, la boca-mouth, el pelo-hair, los dientes-teeth, la lengua-tongue.  The teacher will ask the students what their favorite past time is.  For example, if the student likes to play soccer, he or she will draw their head in the shape of a soccer ball, eyes as mini soccer balls, eyebrows as soccer shoes, etc.  Once students have constructed their faces, they will label them in Spanish and English, color their piece of art and submit it.

Directions test (11/9/15)

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Students will be assessed over the following words this week: cerca de-near, a la derecha-to the right, a la izquierda-to the left, todo seguido-straight, arriba-up, norte-North, este-East, oeste-West, sur-South

Directions: Giving directions in the classroom

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This week our students will be given directions in order to arrive to a particular destination in the classroom using the following vocabulary: straight ahead, north, south, east, west, up, down, to the left, to the right, near, far, behind, in front of and next to in Spanish. Students will be given an assessment of the words next week.