Week 9 I B 12-16 enero 2015

12 de enero de 2015

I’ll be checking to see what the substitute tells me about your behavior and work ethic.  Use your time wisely to prepare for your tests!!!!

PREPARE FOR TOMORROW’S  TESTS:

Speaking test – Tell the story of Caperucita Roja by looking at your pictures.
Vocabulary Test over Caperucita Roja
Escribe un cuento

Caperucita Roja

s/he wears———————–lleva
a basket——————————- una canasta
sick——————————-enfermo/a
the forest—————————— el bosque
a bird———————————- un pájaro
a frog——————————– una rana
a fish——————————– un pez
the grandmother——————— la abuela
through the forest————— por el bosque
the wolf——————————– el lobo
the eyes——————————- los ojos
the ears——————————– las orejas
the teeth——————————- los dientes
an apple——————————- una manzana
a banana—————————– un plátano
some grapes—————————— unas uvas
the door——————————— la puerta
better———————————— mejor
What big eyes you have!—————- ¡Qué ojos tan grandes tienes!
the better to see you——————– para verte mejor
in order to hear you better————– para oírte mejor
in order to eat you———————– para comerte
To where are you going?—————– ¿Adónde vas?
I’m going to my grandmother’s house.– Voy a la casa de mi abuela.
She opens the door.———————– Abre la puerta.
She sees a big wolf.———————– Ve un lobo grande.
the big teeth——————————- los dientes grandes
He is hungry.——————————- Tiene hambre.
She knocks at the door.——————– Toca a la puerta.
She enters the house.———————- Entra en la casa.
Caperucita Roja’s grandmother—— la abuela de Caperucita Roja

Vocabulario 4 Caperucita Roja
http://www.quia.com/jg/1506848.html

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RUBRIC FOR STORYTELLING:

1  Story was comprehensible without                4 3 2 1 0
interpretation
2  Speech continuous with no pauses,              4 3 2 1 0
stumbling, pronunciation errors
3  Story included much current vocabulary   4 3 2 1 0
4  Excellent grammatical usage                           4 3 2 1 0
5  Use of details                                                          4 3 2 1 0
TOTAL ______________      Grade ____________

Listen to the podcast of Caperucita Roja. 

Look over to the right margin and scroll down until you see the following:

RSS Caperucita Roja

OR Click on the ORANGE SQUARE in front of the words “Caperucita Roja” above (or in the right margin) and you can go to the page where you can download the mp3 of the story.

The ending of this story is a little different from the one we used in class.

YOU COULD EVEN SAVE IT TO YOUR MP3 PLAYER AND LISTEN TO IT ON THE WAY TO SCHOOL!!! ;-)

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Practice telling the story using your pictures. 

Then rate yourself with the rubric.

TURN IN YOUR RUBRIC WITH YOUR COMMENTS ABOUT WHAT YOU WILL DO TO IMPROVE BEFORE YOU TAKE THE TEST.

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Mira una versión de Caperucita Roja:
http://www.gpb.org/salsa/episodes/episode-107-little-red-riding-hood

La lagartija – lizard
La ardilla – the squirrel
Salió corriendo – he left running

Baja (Download) otra versión:  7 Caperucita Roja pictures only

Y hay otra versión:  CAPERUCITA ROJA el cuento con palabras

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Note: You should always adapt your vocabulary to wherever you go.
El plátano is used in México and other Latin American countries for banana. It can also refer to the plant itself.
In Mexico, the banana would simply be el plátano, and the plantain would be el plátano macho. If you said “banana” in most areas of México, they would probably understand but would know you aren’t from there and may have a bit of a strange look on their faces.
In Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, the banana would be el guineo, and the plantain would be el plátano.  Also, in Puerto Rico, las naranjas (oranges) are called “chinas” because they came from China.

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Música en la calle. Nivel B1  – BEFORE WATCHING, LOOK AT THE VOCABULARY BELOW IT.

 Música en la calle – el vocabulario
Este concierto – this concert
Un bajo – a bass
Música gratis – free music
Estoy aburrida – I’m bored
Serios – serious
Animados – animated
Es el grupo menos divertido de todos – the least fun group of all
El grupo más animado de todos – the most animated group of all
Los músicos – the musicians
Un grupo de tambores – a group of drums
Son los más serios de todos – they are the most serious of all
Instrumentos de percusión – percussion instruments
Mucho ritmo – much rhythm
Poco convencional – not very conventional
Conduce – he drives
El tambor – the drum
Es el grupo más original de todos- It’s the most original group of all
Una guitarra eléctrica- an electric guitar
Intenta – he tries
Suena – sounds
Los expectadores – the onlookers
Se aburren y se van – they get tired and leave
El grupo más divertido – the most fun group

13 de enero de 2015

Watch video of Caperucita Roja
Speaking test – Tell the story of Caperucita Roja by looking at your pictures.
Writing Test – Hoy
Vocabulary Test over Caperucita Roja – Mañana

14 de enero de 2015

Continue Speaking Tests

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El peluquero malo – a story to read – The papers are on my lectern.

If everyone finishes early, here are some “interesting” videos for you.

El cuento del gato

La vaca y el mono

¿Qué vas a hacer? – What are you going to do?

¿Qué te gusta hacer? – What do you like to do?

El cuento de la casa de Chulita – Download it here:  El cuento de la casa de Chulita
Read the story and answer the questions on your own paper. Then change una chica to unas chicas (some girls).  Be sure to change the verbs to the correct form AND change any other words, like adjectives, that must be changed.  I have put all verbs in bold.  Do they all change? WRITE ALL CHANGES ABOVE THE WORDS.

13 de enero de 2015 –

Speaking tests
Vocabulary Test over Caperucita Roja
Escribe un cuento

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