Wow, I don’t even know where to start on this site…
You’ll notice several columns, and as you scroll through each, there is so much information in a variety of areas. It could be printable cards that show examples of stem changing verbs or activities with vocabulary (flash-card related). There is a lot of content here. Ser and Estar is here. Preterito is here! There are a couple of links to textbooks like Realidades I and II. Vocabulary topics like animals, colors, alphabet, house, clothing, family and food are prominent. Check it out!!
alfabeto, animals, body parts, clothing, colors, commands, estar, family, grammar, months and days, numbers, object pronouns, Por vs. para, present perfect, present progressive, present tense, preterito, reflexives, ser, Spanish I, Spanish II, Spanish III, stem change, subjunctive, time, verbs.
Quizlet has more than just flashcards, but they already have sets like this food/drink group made for your use. For what it’s worth, there are aps out there for Spanish flashcards for your phone etc.
Here is a wonderful youtube channel done by a Spanish Teacher who really understands the power of sound and music for learning new concepts. She has so many topics covered here.
an inspirational talk about subjunctive in real use/life
Print yourself the handouts of vocab from our book (in case that’s your only reason for toting that book): http://www.phschool.com/atschool/realidades/pdfs/repaso/L1_Capitulo_2A.pdf and http://www.phschool.com/atschool/realidades/pdfs/repaso/L1_Capitulo_2B.pdf
Do a little review with your book:
http://www.phschool.com/atschool/realidades/animated_verbs/Realidades-Grammar-LV1.htm (pick topics) What did you learn?
vocab while you’re at it!: http://www.phschool.com/webcodes10/index.cfm?wcprefix=jcd&wcsuffix=0211&area=view or http://www.phschool.com/webcodes10/index.cfm?wcprefix=jcd&wcsuffix=0212&area=view How did you do? What did you learn?
estar”: http://www.phschool.com/webcodes10/index.cfm?wcprefix=jcd&wcsuffix=0214&area=view How did you do? What did you pick up here?
Let’s look at an online school unit:
http://www.linguasnet.com/lessons/home_es.html Experiment with it and record anything useful.
Try this activity using a panoramic visual (you might have to download quicktime—go for it).
http://www.colby.edu/~bknelson/SLC/prepositions.php How did you do?
Play wheel of fortune with
http://www.espanol-extra.co.uk/spxmflgames/spwofdirections.htm How did that go?
Let’s review at
http://www.languageguide.org/spanish/vocabulary/colors/ or http://www.slideshare.net/cmcraft/colors-in-spanish/
Record how you do on two of these…
[Like these games? They have more (for other topics too) at
Verb Conjugation: extending to –er and –ir verbs:
http://www.spaleon.com/pres.php?ids=3,6,9,11,18,24,53,42,46,50 as an activity to learn the endings for –er and –ir verbs. What are they? Draw the six boxes for each.
Variety of grammar and vocab:
Work with Dr. Lemon’s opportunities here.
http://www.drlemon.com/Grammar101.html What could you use later from her site?
How about some verb action (along with other grammar choices)? Find something helpful here.
http://www.spanish-kit.net/grammar/index.php What did you pick up here?
http://www.ielanguages.com/spanish1.html and write down one area/topic you could use (include all info!).
-Prueba 2-1 (arte)
-art activities (handout, back of journal entries) on Zach Jones’ website
-look at art/culture project, decide, brainstorm, research…
-present perfect activities (hands on, not using computer)
-journal entry 1 if time
-take a look at study guide: test is Wed, Oct 17th
Spanish II Work and Choose Your Own Adventure! Computer Lab 10 abril 2012
Grandes Exitos and/or Vida Timeline work (visuals, sentences, looking things up)
*We need to finish going over the Timeline Sentences first.
Pretérito and any other grammar
Choose from the two handouts (have to share with one)
-gar, -zar, -car verbs: see handouts to begin
Homework: C (108)
Spanish I La Escuela Computer Lab Plan8 marzo 2012
Linked here is our plan for today: open it and use it so that you can click links. Also, feel free to use www.batanga.com to listen to Latin music while you work! You might also like earphones for some of the sites you’ll explore. Tonight, your homework is workbook p. 42.