Week 3 15-19 agosto de 2016

I can listen to Spanish verbs and do the actions.
I can listen to and say syllables and write them.
I can listen to words and spell them.
I can listen to a story and understand it.

15 de agosto de 2016

Diario: Write the English meaning of these words without looking at your notes:
1. se sienta
2. la silla
3. se levanta
4. anda
5. rápidamente
6. el muchacho
7. la muchacha
8. se pega
9. la puerta
10. la cabeza
11. despacio
12. se ríe

  • I tell the story and ask questions while students look at the drawings they made Friday and answer my questions. 
  • We look at the rubric I use for grading their speaking to see what they should work on.
  • Students retell the story to a partner. 
  • We review questions that they have about the little words.
  • I call on students to tell the story.
  • We write the story together.

STORYTELLING RUBRIC

Those little words:

  • hay = there is; there are
  • un; una = a    un muchacho; una muchacha
  • y = and
  • a = to
  • en = on
  • la muchacha mala; el muchacho bueno
  • ¿Cómo es? = How is he; she? What’s he/she like?
  • alto; alta = tall          el muchacho alto
  • bajo; baja = short    la muchacha baja

EL CUENTO – THE STORY
Hay un muchacho bueno y alto. El muchacho se levanta y anda rápidamente a la puerta. No para y se pega la cabeza en la puerta. El muchacho toca la cabeza y grita. El muchacho anda despacio a la silla y se sienta despacio. La muchacha mala y baja se ríe.

El muchacho y la puerta

16 de agosto de 2016

Be good!! 

I’ll be looking for the rating you get from my substitute!! 

Escucha el cuento:  (Listen to the story)


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PRACTICE THE VOCABULARY HERE:   http://www.spanishdict.com/flashcards/59162/first-days-tpr-vocabulario

PRACTICE THE SPANISH-SPEAKING COUNTRIES

Pass out the worksheets with the maps.  Fill them in with the correct answers. Hold onto them to study.  There will be a test over the countries in the Spanish-speaking world.

El mundo hispano

Spanish-speaking countries:


Nicaragua
la Argentina
Costa Rica
Guatemala
Venezuela
Puerto Rico
México
Panamá
El Salavador
Honduras
Ecuador
España
Uruguay
Paraguay
Cuba
Chile
el Perú
la República Dominicana
Colombia
Bolivia
Son los países en el mundo donde hablan español.

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Did you know…?

– for approximately 330 million people worldwide Spanish is their 1st language?

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According to the World Atlas, the following countries have Spanish as its official language: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea (Africa), Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Spain, Uruguay, Venezuela.

 

LA TOMATINA

FILL OUT INFORMATION ON THE WORKSHEET AS YOU READ AND LISTEN.
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La Tomatina

Where does it take place? ______________________
When does it take place? ______________________
How many people participated in 2014? __________

Recycled Orchestra
What is the language of the indigenous people of Paraguay?  __________________________
What is the guitar made from?_______________
Write your reaction to the instruments made from trash (basura).
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Write your reaction to the Paraguayan music – the song Confesión romanza.
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How much is a dollar worth in guaraní? ________
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LA TOMATINA

En Buñol, España   It occurs the last Wednesday in August every year

This comes from La Tomatina website: http://www.latomatinatours.com

How did La Tomatina Start …..

The tomato fight has been a strong tradition in Buñol since 1944 or 1945. No one is completely certain how this event originated. Possible theories on how the Tomatina began include a local food fight among friends, a juvenile class war, a volley of tomatoes from bystanders at a carnival parade, a practical joke on a bad musician, and the anarchic aftermath of an accidental lorry (truck) spillage.

One popular theory is that disgruntled townspeople attacked city councilmen with tomatoes during a town celebration. Whatever happened to begin the tradition, it was enjoyed so much that it was repeated the next year, and the year after that, and so on. The holiday was banned during the Spanish State period under Francisco Franco for having no religious significance, but returned in the 1970s after his demise.

The festival is in honor of the town’s patron saints, Luis Bertran and the Mare de Deu dels Desemparats (Mother of God of the Defenseless), a title of the Virgin Mary.

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This event used to attract 40,000-50,000 participants.  However, in 2014, participants had to purchase a ticket for the 20,000 slots available to participate.

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La Tomatina en Buñol, España – 28 de agosto de 2013

http://vimeo.com/22078079

La Tomatina 2014 Tomato Throwing

http://www.theleadingevents.com/?p=9276

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Recycled Orchestra –

Fill out the information on your worksheet as you listen.

Recycled Orchestra – from Paraguay 27 de agosto de 2013  (1 hour in length)

http://www.kennedy-center.org/explorer/artists/?entity_id=96526&source_type=B

Landfill Childrens Orchestra Makes Music From Trash ( 3:26 minutes)

http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-967213

Landfill Harmonic –  (13:31 minutes)

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/recyclers-from-trash-comes-triumph-2/

This is the Preview to the video above – ( a few seconds in length)  It is shown at the beginning of the video above.

http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=50159235n

Price of success:  Will the Recycled Orchestra last?  (5:59 minutes)
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504803_162-57612687-10391709/price-of-success-will-the-recycled-orchestra-last/
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17 de agosto de 2016

Diario 1 Week 3 I A Los paises hispanos Si o No

How do you call yourself?    ¿Cómo te llamas?   
I call myself John.   Me llamo Juan.      
She calls herself Shakira.   Se llama Shakira.
Mr. = Sr.         Mrs. = Sra.                Miss = Srta.
Pleased to meet you = Mucho gusto.
The pleasure is mine = El gusto es mío.
Goodbye = Adiós.
Ok, I have a class = Bueno, tengo clase.
Bye. = Chao.
See you later = Hasta luego.
See you tomorrow. = Hasta mañana.
I have to go. = Tengo que irme.

We reviewed what they did yesterday.

banderas

18 de agosto de 2016

Hay prueba el martes sobre (over; about) los países (countries).

Click on each country to check your knowledge:  http://www.purposegames.com/game/b09f35c5c6

This is a great place to practice for the test you’ll have on Tuesday!

mapa de los paises hispanos ACTIVIDAD

Can you write this in Spanish?

1. Good morning, Mr. Dennis.
2. Hello, Mrs. Rose!
3. I have to go.  See you later.
4. I have class.  See you tomorrow.
5. Bye

Capitals of Spanish-speaking countries and nationalities

el país………………………..la capital…………………las personas
México————————La Ciudad de México———mexicano
Guatemala——————–La Ciudad de Guatemala—–guatemalteco
El Salvador——————-San Salvador——————-salvadoreño
Honduras———————Tegucigalpa——————–hondureño
Nicaragua———————Managua———————–nicaragüense
Costa Rica——————–San José————————costarricense
Panamá———————–La Ciudad de Panamá———panameño
Colombia———————Bogotá————————–colombiano
Venezuela——————–Caracas————————-venezolano
Ecuador———————–Quito—————————-ecuatoriano
Perú—————————Lima—————————–peruano
Chile————————–Santiago————————-chileno
Argentina———————Buenos Aires——————argentino
Uruguay———————-Montevideo——————–uruguayo
Paraguay———————-Asunción———————–paraguayo
Bolivia ————————La Paz; Sucre——————boliviano
Cuba—————————La Habana———————cubano
La República Dominicana–Santo Domingo—————dominicano
Puerto Rico——————-San Juan———————–puertorriqueño
España————————-Madrid————————-español
Guinea Ecuatorial————Malabo————————-guineano

TPR 2  el cuerpo

19 de agosto de 2016

In pairs, one partner tell the other to do the following.  (Yes, you will have to move)
Se levanta
Tócate el cuello.
Anda despacio
Tócate el dedo.
Para
Tócate los ojos.
Da la vuelta
Tócate la cara
Corre
Salta
Para
Tócate la pierna.
Se sienta
Tócate la nariz.
Tócate el pie.

Now, change roles. 
Tócate la mano.
Se levanta
Tócate el pelo.
Corre.
Tócate el brazo.
Para.
Tócate la cabeza.
Da la vuelta
Tócate el dedo del pie
Anda rápidamente.
Anda despacio.
Para.
Tócate el estómago.
Se sienta
Tócate el hombro.
Tócate la rodilla.

Practice spelling… this way:

  • Close your eyes.
  • Write the word “la pierna” in your own handwriting across your forehead in your mind.  (Not literally)
  • Now we will spell it out loud  in Spanish…
  • Keep your eyes closed.  Now spell it backward in Spanish.
  • Keep your eyes closed.  Now spell it forward again in Spanish.
  • Now open your eyes.
  • This has created (or imprinted) a mental image that you can use later when you close your eyes and try to spell the word.

With a partner, practice spelling the first 2 rows of words.

Body parts wkst 1

Otro vocabulario:
s/he hits———-pega
s/he points at—–señala
smoothly; softly—suavemente
strong; loud——-fuerte
the back———–la espalda
the stomach——–el estómago
the chest———-el pecho
the ear————la oreja

Body parts wkst 2

Practicamos el vocabulario:  1 week 3 Spanish IA vocab

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