Spanish II computer lab for commands and directions

Take a look at forming commands with a powerpoint: http://www.wirralgrammar-girls.wirral.sch.uk/download/sp_ks5_Los%20Imperativos_cah.ppt#2

Here is the info in a different informational set up: http://www.languageguide.org/espanol/grammar/commands.jsp and http://grammar.spanish.sbc.edu/commandsLesson.html

*Write out notes for how to form an affirmative tú command here:

 Commands Game http://www.quia.com/cb/83477.html

*How did you do here?

Here’s a more difficult, exploratory commands game—don’t forget that the pronouns need to be attached to the end of affirmative commands. http://www.columbia.edu/~fms5/hcom.html

*How did you do? Did you learn how any other commands work?

 Check out directions in México: http://www.pwidergren.net/PPT/practica/mexico.ppt#305,1,Slide 1

*What did you learn/pick up from this powerpoint?

Here’s a site for requesting directions in Spanish:

http://www.learn-spanish-faster.com/phrases/getting-directions.html

and

http://spanish.about.com/od/spanishfortravelers/a/directions.htm

*What did you already know?

*What did you learn?

If you have earphones, listen to this eHow video on directions in Spanish:

http://www.ehow.com/video_2261247_common-spanish-phrases-getting-directions.html

*What did you learn from this instructor?

Click on some of the other videos below and do the same thing. (Also answer*)

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