Please use the document linked here so that you don’t have to type out links:
Use this handout so that you don’ t have to type the links needed.
Use the above link/handout to do today’s agenda instead of having to type in each and every link. It’ll save you time. :)
Attached here is our computer lab plan for Spanish II, Wednesday, 2/16/11.
Repasito: do this ser vs. estar activity to remind you of how to choose between them.
A. La Casa. Our home writing test is still set for May 6th.
1. In this entry are my examples. Check them out!
2. Jot through this house powerpoint and write down seven rooms that would go with the rooms she shows in Spanish. When you get to the dormitorio, write down five things for which she shows pictures.
B. Stem Change Verbs
1. Check out your book’s animated verb recap here.
2. Practice with your book here. How did you do?
2. Practice with BK Nelson’s activity here . How did you do?
Repasito: 1. do handout with incendios y cucarachas. 2. turn in your RAFT assignment (with all drafts, rubric and peer review).
A. Scan this FEMA site in Spanish and then pay special attention to the section called “Emergencias y Desastres Recientes” to answer the following questions.
1. ¿Dónde hubo un terremoto?
2. ¿Dónde hubo una tormenta de nieve?
3. ¿Dónde hubo una inundación?
B. Present Perfect Tense
1. Write down your forms of haber plus some info on past participles (include normal verbs plus a few irregulars at least).
2. Write down how you did on the game.
C. Irregular Preterit Practice
Practice with your textbook here. How did you do?
Pick six verbs from BK Nelson’s menu/activity (that we have learned) and conjugate them. Using the self-correction, how did you do? Practice over and over until you no longer make mistakes.
D. Dictionary skills
Do the handout called Diccionario (on the back of your warm up).
One online Spanish dictionary that I find useful is www.spanishdict.com Students often feel unsure about using the online resource because they will perhaps type in too many words to where it would be cheating. When in doubt, stick to your paper/book style dictionary.
For more information on dictionary skills, see this former entry.
E. Skits (if time)