5/17: WB pg. 171. WORK ON OSCAR MOVIES!!!
5/16: Copy Repaso 9B in your vocab section of NB and/or personal dictionary. Write your reflection on the Oscar dialogue project if you didn't finish it in class. Finish your SMART goal if you didn't do so already in class.
5/15: WB 162. Copy Repaso 9A in your vocab section of NB and/or personal dictionary.
5/14: WB 144. Copy Repaso 8B in your vocab section of NB and/or personal dictionary.
5/13: TB 382, act. 12. Copy Repaso 8A in your vocab section of NB and/or personal dictionary.
5/10: WB 136. Work on movies!!!!
5/9: SP classes - WB 134; NonSP classes - TB pg. 352, act. 9.
5/8: WB pg. 161.
5/7: TB pg. 353, act. 10. Answer in full sentences (in Spanish!).
5/6: WB pgs. 130-131.
5/3: Copy the Repaso of 7B into the vocabulary section of your notebook if you haven't already done so.
5/2: Finish Oscar dialogues! They must be approved by me TOMORROW!!
5/1: Work on Oscar dialogues!
4/30: Work on Oscar dialogues!
4/29: Study for Quiz on 7A tomorrow! You may also continue to work on your Oscar dialogues! These must be approved by me ASAP so you can start filming!
4/26: Work on Oscar dialogues! You MUST write at least 10 lines for your script!
4/23-4/25: No HW due to State Math exam.
4/22: Prepare for "Spain's Next Top Model" fashion show TOMORROW!
4/19: WB pgs. 126-127.
4/15-4/18: No HW due to State ELA exam.
4/12: WB pg 125
4/11: TB 328, act. 9; TB 329, act. 12.
4/10: WB pg 124
4/9: No HW! I will check the Proficiency essays tomorrow!
4/8: Chose an "essay" (30 word paragraph) from the 2010 Proficiency Exam. If you are in an SP class (or took the SP challenge) and you already wrote 2 of the essays over Spring Break, write the 3rd essay. The link to the 2010 Proficiency Exam is above; I also sent it to you on edmodo before Spring Break.
4/3: No HW due to Washington, D.C. trip!
3/21: Non-SP classes have a vacation packet. SP classes must complete parts 3a, 3b and 4 of the 2010 Proficiency Exam that is posted online (part 1 is speaking and part 2a and 2b are listening, none of which can be done alone). See the link above to the school website and click on the pdf link at the bottom of the page. I am also posting a link on edmodo.
3/20: WB 122
3/19: WB 121
3/18: Write at least 1 paragraph (in English) reflecting on the 2nd Dialogue Project. This will be handed in!
3/15: Copy Repaso 7A in the vocabulary section of your notebook.
3/14: Practice dialogues! We start performances TOMORROW!!
3/13: Dialogue project work - have proof! We are starting performances this FRIDAY!!
3/12: Dialogue project work - have proof!
3/11: EACH group member must write AT LEAST 10 lines for the dialogue project.
3/8: Study for QUIZ! Write the Repaso for Unit 6B in your personal dictionary. If you already did this at the beginning of the unit, write it in the vocab section of your NB.
3/7: WB 120
3/6: WB 119
3/5: WB 115
3/4: WB 118
3/1: WB pg 117
2/28: No homework due to the half day.
2/27: Write 5 commands. Challenge: write 3 negative commands.
2/26: WB 114
2/25: WB 116
2/22: Write 5 sentences describing the chores you do and in which room in your house. If you don't have chores (lucky you!), make them up!
2/21: WB pg 113
2/20: WB pg 112
2/15: Describe each room in your house (at least 5). SP students should write 4-5 sentences per room, non-SP students should write 3 sentences per room.
2/14: Finish and decorate your "oda". This will be collected!
2/13: RFA lesson reflection - write at least a paragraph about your experience in class as either a human being or an alien. How did you feel? Why? Reflect on the lesson.
2/12: What does Respect for All mean to you? Write at least one paragraph (in English).
2/11: Write the Repaso for 6B in your vocabulary section of your notebook. Print out the file above named "RFA poster". I also sent this to you all on Edmodo - this DOES NOT have to be printed out in color.
2/8: WB 111. Write the Repaso for 6A in your Personal Dictionaries (or your vocab section of your NB if you already have it in your dictionary). STUDY FOR QUIZ ON MONDAY!!!!!!
2/7: WB 110. Have you started studying for the QUIZ on Monday????
2/6: WB 104
2/5: WB 109
2/4: TB 283, act. 21
2/1: Write 4 sentences using comparatives and 4 sentences using superlatives!
1/31: WB pg 108
1/30: WB pg 107
1/29: WB pg 106
1/28: Work on Projects! They are DUE TOMORROW!!!!!!
1/25: Work on Projects!
1/24: Work on your Family Restaurant Dialogue Project! This is due Tuesday!!!!!!!!!
1/23: WB pg 103
1/22: Copy the Repaso of 6A into your vocabulary section of your notebooks.
1/18: Non-SP classes must do TB pg 263, Comprendes? SP classes must do the song HW.
1/17: Non-SP classes must do the song HW. SP classes must do TB pg 263, Comprendes? questions.
1/16: Write 5 sentences using all pronouns/forms of venir.
1/15: Study - quiz on 5B tomorrow!!!
1/14: Write the Repaso for 5B in your Personal Dictionary; this is to help you study for the quiz on Wednesday!
1/11: Write a 10 line restaurant dialogue. Include the people from your vacation HW (family members). This is step 2 of the project!
1/10: WB 102
1/9: WB 101
1/8: WB 100
1/7: WB 97
1/4: WB 98
1/3: WB 96
1/2: TB pg. 254, act. 8
12/20: Vacation homework due January 2nd! See instructions in the link above.
12/19: Do the "Comprendes?" activity in your TB, on pg. 251
12/18: WB pg. 95
12/17: WB pg. 94
12/14: WB pgs. 92 and 93. Keep reviewing for the conferences!
12/13: Study for the last part of the cumulative exam tomorrow!!
12/12: Continue working on your review sheet and studying. We will be doing conferences tomorrow and the 2nd part of the exam is on Friday!
12/11: Study for the cumulative exam! Use your study sheet and everything we went over today in class!
12/10: Create a study sheet for the cumulative exam on Wednesday and Friday! This will show me how you have already started studying. If you didn't complete your 2 paragraph reflection on the Dialogue Project, you need to finish that for homework as well.
12/7: WB pg. 91. STUDY for the cumulative exam next Wednesday and Friday!!
12/6: Practice your dialogues! We are presenting TOMORROW! And be sure to be studying for the cumulative exam next week!
12/5: Practice your dialogues! EVERYONE is presenting on Friday! If you have already performed, make sure you are studying for the cumulative exam that you are taking next week!
12/4: Practice your dialogues! You are ALL performing! Be sure to bring in any props or costumes you need to make your performance as amazing as possible! You should also be studying for the cumulative exam that is taking place next week (Wed. 12/12 and Friday 12/14).
12/3: Continue working on dialogues. If you are performing tomorrow (SP classes) you should be practicing. All other groups that still need approval from me need to finish writing their scripts and edit them before meeting with me tomorrow. TOMORROW IS THE LAST DAY TO MEET WITH ME TO EDIT TOGETHER!!
11/30: Work on dialogue projects! Bring in PROOF of new writing and editing!
11/29: Work on your dialogue projects! Non-SP classes should add at least 10 lines to the dialogues you started over the Thanksgiving break. SP students should be combining and editing writing. If you are working with your partner/group, be sure to bring in PROOF (print out a screen shot, take a picture, etc.)!
11/28: Write your SMART goal for Marking Period 2. Use the template above as your guide (or print it out). This will be placed in your portfolio tomorrow! You can also add to your 10 line dialogue that you started over Thanksgiving break; this way you are prepared for our Dialogue Project that we are starting in class tomorrow!
11/27: Write 5 sentences using all 5 possessive adjectives.
11/26: WB pg. 90
11/21: WB pgs. 88 and 89. Write at least 10 lines of dialogue to use for our 1st dialogue project. If possible, choose your dialogue project group and decide what you want your dialogue to be about. This way you can organize who is going to write what over the break. This will make it easier when we start work in class on the dialogue projects next week! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
11/20: Study for QUIZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
11/19: TB 228, act. 10 and TB 229, act. 13.
11/16: Textbook pg. 227, actividad 8 and Workbook pg. 87. Have a great weekend!
11/15: WB pgs. 85 and 86
11/14: Workbook pg. 68. Copy Repasos 4B and 5A into your personal dictionary!
11/13: Write a sentence for each use of tener (6 sentences total).
11/9: Handout. Make sure you updated your personal dictionary with the Repasos from Chapters 3B and 4A.
11/8: Update personal dictionaries with Repaso 3B and 4A.
11/5: Write 5 sentences using "ser" and 5 sentences using "estar". Get your quiz signed by a parent or guardian!
10/26: Handouts. On the back of the "estar" handout, write out the conjugations and rules for "estar". Be sure to review the 1st Conference questions (see link above) because we are starting our conferences on Monday!!
10/25: WB pg. 44.
10/24: WB pgs. 25 and 26.
10/23: Workbook pg. 24.
10/22: Copy the Repaso from Chapter 3B (Textbook pg. 168) into your Personal Dictionary. Remember to use a different color pen/pencil or draw a line to separate it from the previous unit!
10/19: Study for QUIZ on Monday!
10/18: Write about 5 activities you do (conjugating 5 different verbs) and at what specific time you do the activities (using time phrases). This will help you prepare for our quiz! You should be reviewing your notes, doing the chants and reading your personal dictionary every night since our quiz is on Monday!
10/17: Textbook page 133, actividad 14.
10/16: Write 10 sentences using the ar/er/ir conjugations. Use all 5 pronouns at least once! Get your quiz signed - this counts as part of your homework!
10/15: Time handout.
10/12: Time handout.
10/11: Body part handout.
10/10: Body part handout.
10/9: Copy Repaso 3A (TB pg. 144) in your personal dictionary. I will be checking all 3 new Repasos tomorrow!
10/5: Study for the quiz on Tuesday! In addition, add Repasos 2A (TB pg. 90) and 2B (TB pg. 120) to your personal dictionaries.
10/3 - 10/4: No homework due to my absence.
10/2: Handout #2 on calendar and weather.
10/1: Handout on calendar and weather.
9/28: Textbook pg. 29, actividad 4. Copy the Repaso from chapter 1B (TB pg. 70) into your Personal Dictionary. Don't forget to make a line to separate the words, or write the words in a different color than the previous chapter!
9/27: Textbook pg. 30, actividad 5.
9/25: Copy the Repasos of "Para Empezar" (TB pg. 22) and Chapter 1A (TB pg. 46) into your personal dictionary. Please use a different color pen for each different unit, or write a line to separate the units to make it easier when I check the homework on Thursday.
9/24: Que te gusta hacer en tu tiempo libre? (What do you like to do in your free time?) Write 5 sentences in Spanish.
9/21: Hispanic Heritage projects due Monday, 9/24! You will be presenting your project to the class; you have to explain the most important facts about your person and their main contribution to our culture/history. Bring this information on an INDEX CARD to be handed in with your essay and art component. You must also hand in your organization sheets (Part 1 and 2) on Monday with your project.
9/20: Complete and bring in both Hispanic Heritage Project Organizer Sheets. This will show me that you are basically finished writing your project! Remember, the project is due Monday, 9/24!
9/19: Bring in your final draft of your 1st paragraph of your Hispanic Heritage project - this will be hung up on the bulletin board! Also finish the HH OrganizerSheet (Part 1) and continue researching/working on your project.
9/14: Work on your Hispanic Heritage month biography projects which are due Monday, September 24th. Start researching the person you chose (minimum of 2 sources!) and make sure you have a draft of at least your first paragraph to share and workshop on Wednesday.
9/13: What is Hispanic Heritage month? Why do we celebrate it? Bring in 3 people who you would like to study for your HH month project.
9/12: What lesson did you learn today discussing 9/11? Look up the Brooke Jackman Foundation (www.brookejackmanfoundation.org). Print out SMART goal template (in Classwork section) for class tomorrow if possible.
9/11: What does September 11th mean to you?
9/10: What was your favorite part about last year in Spanish class? What would you change about last year's Spanish class? Write at least 1 paragraph in English.
9/6: What is difficult for you in Spanish? What is easy for you? Write at last 1 paragraph in English.
BRING IN SIGNED CONTRACTS! Also have your 3 subject notebook/3 sections of your binder ready to be set up.
9/5: What do you want to do/learn in Spanish class this year? Write at least 1 paragraph (in English!). This will be collected!