Spanish I A

Wonderful students from 2nd period Spanish I A!!!!   

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¡Bienvenidos! – Welcome!

Please read the syllabus with your parents/guardian.

Then you and your parents/guardians must send me an email or sign the paperwork.

The email must contain the following elements:
subject line: student’s last name, first name, class period
body of message: State that you read the policies and tell me anything else you need me to know and include your name at the bottom.

Here is my email address:
Christie.Rose@hardin.kyschools.us

HOW TO STUDY SPANISH

HOW TO STUDY SPANISH – presentation
http://play.goldmail.com/vur3ovxatx9u

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS HOW TO STUDY SPANISH FILE:
HOW TO STUDY SPANISH
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Can’t learn a foreign language? Not true, say scientists

The brain can learn a new word in less than 15 minutes, according to scientists, whose finding will rob many of the excuse that they can’t learn a foreign language.

He said: “What this suggests is that practising language is important. Every little helps.
“Just perception – listening – is helpful. Our volunteers didn’t repeat the words.”

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/science-news/8200956/Cant-learn-a-foreign-language-Not-true-say-scientists.html

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Note from Sra. Rose –

Learning a language involves 85-90% LISTENING SKILLS!!! –

That’s how you learned English!

If you are not a good listener, you need to develop that skill in order to learn a new language well.

Through listening, you can learn new vocabulary, AND you can also internalize the grammatical structures of that language.

I have you learn the new vocabulary by LISTENING to it over and over while you practice the gestures that represent the meaning of the new vocabulary. IF you participate well in the gesturing process, you will know the new vocabulary, its meaning AND will recognize it when you hear it.

In class I will use that new vocabulary in stories. You will listen to stories, act out the stories, and draw the stories. The stories provide the grammatical structures that you need to know in order to communicate well in the language. As you hear the story, see it acted out, answer questions using the new vocabulary and grammatical structures, you will acquire the language. In order to achieve this, you will have to LISTEN and should find yourself thinking in the language as a result.

It all takes your active involvement in the class!!!! LISTENING is active involvement. It is a skill that will help you the rest of your life.
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READ THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE:

From Crayons to College: An Alphabet for Lifelong Learning Success

It really gives you the qualities that will bring success throughout your life!
http://www.insidetheschool.com/articles/from-crayons-to-college-an-alphabet-for-lifelong-learning-success/
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EL ALFABETO – THE ALPHABET

El alfabeto:
http://users.ipfw.edu/jehle/courses/alfabeto.htm

Practica el alfabeto:
http://server2.noble-hs.sad60.k12.me.us/~rpass/Spanish1/PodcastSp1/Entries/2010/9/9_AudioABCs.html

PRACTICE LISTENING TO THE ALPHABET AND WRITE WHAT YOU HEAR… I MADE THIS JUST FOR YOU AT AUDIOBOO!!! 😉
http://audioboo.fm/boos/915671-el-alfabeto-practicamos.mp3?source=list

El alfabeto

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Órale, El Alfabeto
Otra manera de aprender el alfabeto y los vocales – another way to learn the alphabet and vowels.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CK8HBnUcbuQ
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Los vocales (vowels)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrcP6nQo8Go

LISTEN TO THE ALPHABET USED IN WORDS:
http://www.languageguide.org/im/alpha/esp/

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PRONUNCIATION

Spanish Pronunciation practice
http://www.practicingspanish.com/backtobasics1.html

PRONUNCIATION PACKET – La fonética
Go to this site where you can practice, print, download or share it:
http://srarose.webs.com/spanishi.htm
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VOCABULARY PRACTICE SHEET

You can download it to practice your vocabulary. Be sure to only concentrate on 5-6 words at a time.

FANFOLD VOCABULARY PRACTICE SHEET
You can download it here:

FAN VOCABULARY PRACTICE SHEET.doc

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Basic Spanish Conversation and Phrases PowerPoint:

Enjoy!

INTRO-basic-spanish-conversation-and-phrases.ppt

LOS SALUDOS – GREETINGS – Listen to them here:
http://www.languageguide.org/txt/common/esp/

Coffee Break Spanish – Lesson 1 Greetings (includes pronunciation from Spain)
http://radiolingua.com/2008/10/lesson-01-coffee-break-spanish/

Coffee Break Spanish – Lesson 2 how to greet people at different times of the day
http://radiolingua.com/2008/10/lesson-02-coffee-break-spanish/

If those Coffee Break Spanish episodes were helpful to you, you can get more at the following link:
http://radiolingua.com/cbs-step-1/

Learning Spanish – Lesson 5 – (Saludos/Greetings) DEMG CHANNEL
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjIM22JMElM&feature=related

I made a short movie for you. Can you understand some of it?
http://srarose.wikispaces.com/Cuentos
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Trabalenguas – Tongue Twisters Escucha – Listen…
http://www.fluencyprof.com/spanish-audio-phrases-tongue-twisters.html

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PRACTICE FOR YOU – Beginning TPR and vocabulary for some parts of the body

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At this site you can view some videos and review and practice some very basic expressions…
http://manzana.esu16.org/groups/teesplevel1/blog/
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The Etymology behind Spanish Names
http://www.behindthename.com/nmc/spa.php

Female Spanish Names
http://www.20000-names.com/female_spanish_names.htm

Male Spanish Names
http://www.20000-names.com/male_spanish_names.htm

Spanish Baby Names
http://www.spanishbabynames.org/
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The Pledge of Allegiance en español…
Juro fidelidad
a la bandera de
los Estados Unidos de América
y a la república
que representa-
una nación
bajo Díos
inseparable
con libertad y justicia para todos.

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We wrote a story with “2 girls” and “2 boys”…

How do you say “they” in a verb? Use n

How do you describe something plural? Use s

How do you make “el” and “la” plural? Use los and las

Ella = she If you have 2 or more, use ellas

Él = he If you have 2 or more, or one girl and one boy, use ellos (they)

Le = to him/her If it means to them, use les

Dos niñas están en el parque nacional de Yellowstone. Dos niños están en el parque. Los niños no tienen pelo, son calvos, y comen carne con las manos.

Las niñas tienen un gato y una pelota. Ellas ven a los niños. Las niñas les dan el gato a los niños. El gato come la carne en las manos de los niños. Ellas (Las niñas) tiran la pelota. Los niños están tristes. No tienen carne, no tienen la pelota y no tienen el gato.

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MAPS OF SPANISH-SPEAKING COUNTRIES

¿DÓNDE SE HABLA ESPAÑOL? – WHERE IS SPANISH SPOKEN?

Map puzzles – Do you know where all of the Spanish-speaking countries are?
http://www.yourchildlearns.com/map-puzzles.htm

Practice with countries and capitals
http://www.juegoswapos.es/juegos-de-topografia.html

Capitals of Spanish-speaking countries

Quizlet practice with the capitals
http://quizlet.com/_3xdtz

Juegos de Capitales Sudamericanas

(Game of South American Capitals)
http://www.juegoswapos.es/juegos-de-capitales-sudamericanas.thm

Practice nationalities
http://www.spanishspanish.com/nationalities/nationalities_intro_web.html
http://www.spanishspanish.com/nationalities/nacionalidades_prac_web.html

PAÍSES HISPANOS Y SUS CAPITALES (1-4) Matching exercises
http://www.todo-claro.com/English/beginners/cultural_studies/Paises_y_capitales/Seite_1.php

http://www.todo-claro.com/English/beginners/cultural_studies/Paises_y_capitales/Seite_2.php

http://www.todo-claro.com/English/beginners/cultural_studies/Paises_y_capitales/Seite_3.php

http://www.todo-claro.com/English/beginners/cultural_studies/Paises_y_capitales/Seite_4.php

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

Vodpod videos no longer available.

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EL VOCABULARIO – THE VOCABULARY

Here’s the vocabulary from the 1st 9 weeks…

CLICK to DOWNLOAD IT.

Sp I Vocab-1st 9 WeeksI.doc

YOU SHOULD STUDY VOCABULARY 15 MINUTES A DAY.
Try this site where you can create a page that you can fold and cut to create a small vocabulary list you can carry with you to study on the bus, before soccer practice, or whenever.

Go to this site and then to Organizers and use the Simple list for your pages.
http://www.pocketmod.com

Practice vocabulary with these flashcards…

EL CUENTO DEL GATO FLASHCARDS.doc

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MORE VOCABULARY PRACTICE

ON QUIA.COM

LICT Ch. 1 “El Cuento del Gato” Spanish 1 Vocabulary
http://www.quia.com/jg/1747722.html

Class Directions
http://www.quia.com/jg/1407649.html

Question words
http://www.quia.com/jg/1406504.html

Spanish I 1st 9 weeks – 1st week
http://www.quia.com/jg/1411286.html

Spanish I Vocabulary 2
http://www.quia.com/jg/1422884.html

Spanish I Vocabulary 3
http://www.quia.com/jg/1449106.html

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ADJETIVOS – ADJECTIVES

Adjectives – How do you use them in Spanish?

PowerPoint – Adjetivos
http://www.box.net/shared/7kd9xq3nff

Los adjetivos – Puedes practicar
http://www.quia.com/jg/1948983.html
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LOS NÚMEROS – THE NUMBERS

Cuenta de 1 a 30

Vodpod videos no longer available.

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Numbers – a list
http://www.jackson.stark.k12.oh.us/uploads/VIRTUAL/vocabulario/numeros.html

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el Día de la independencia de México

https://srarose.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/dc3ada-de-independencia-de-mexico.ppt


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Más arriba – Excellent practice site!
http://www.trentu.ca/academic/modernlanguages/spanish/masarriba/
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Los días de la semana
Wordle: Los Días de la Semana

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Las palabras pequeñas pero muy importantes…

a, an
about
after
already
also
and
at
because
before
but
by
during
even
everyone
everything
except
for
from
in
less
many
more
much
no one
none
not any
un, una
de, sobre
después
ya
también
y
a, en
porque
antes
pero
por
durante
aún
todos
todo
excepto
para / por
de
en
menos
muchos, muchas
más
mucho, mucha
nadie
ningún, ninguna
ningunos, ningunas
not ever
nothing
on
only
or
since
so…
so (big)
somesomeone
something
still
that (conjunction)
that (before noun)
this
the
these
those
through
too  (also)
too (much)
while
with
with me
with you
without
jamás
nada
en
sólo
o
desde
así que, pues…
tan (grande)
algunos, algunas
unos, unas
alguien
algo
todavía
que
ese, esa
este, esta
el, la, los, las
estos, estas
esos, esas
por
también
demasiado/a
mientras
con
conmigo
contigo
sin

Hmmm… very much like the Marshmallow Test

Spanish I A – Second Half
DO YOU KNOW ALL OF THE WORDS IN THIS WORDLE?
Wordle: vacamono1vacaBeatriz

Wordle of vocab — from http://www.wordle.net

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EL VOCABULARIO

Here’s a copy of the vocabulary for the 2nd 9 weeks…

https://www.box.com/s/skruyylaseo46ty7lkn7

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Here’s the 2nd 9 weeks vocabulary practice sheet

FANFOLD VOCABULARY PRACTICE SHEET

You can download it here:
FAN VOCABULARY PRACTICE SHEET.doc

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2nd 9 weeks – el vocabulario (1st 4 weeks)

¿Cómo es tu amigo/a? – How is your friend? (description needed)
Mi amigo es muy alto. Mi amiga es baja. / mediano/a (tall, short, medium)
Mi amiga tiene el pelo largo. (long)
mediano———-medium
corto————short
rojo————-red
rubio————blonde
café————-brown
negro————black

Mi amigo tiene los ojos azules (blue)
verdes———–green
castaños———brown
color café——-brown
castaños claros–hazel
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¿Qué tiempo hace? – What’s the weather like?
It’s stormy.———–hay tempestad
It’s cold.————-hace frío
It’s raining.———-llueve
It’s cloudy.———–está nublado
the gift—————el regalo
a bottle—————una botella
the orange juice——-el jugo de naranja
s/he rides a horse—–anda a caballo
under the water——–debajo del agua
the mother————-la madre/ la mamá
the apple————–la manzana
when——————-Cuando
When?——————¿Cuándo…?
the sun—————-el sol
It’s sunny.————Hace sol
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¿Qué tiempo hace? – un cuento
http://storybird.com/books/que-tiempo-hace/?token=qyynsg
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A mi amigo le gusta baloncesto. Le gusta ___
A todo el mundo le gusta béisbol. everybody (all the world)
Me gusta el tenis. I like tennis.
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Cuando = when
¿Cuándo …? = When?
Hace mal tiempo – It’s bad weather.
Hace buen tiempo – It’s good weather.

¿Cuál es la fecha? – What is the date?
Hoy es el 5 de noviembre de 2010

s/he says to him/her—— le dice
s/he needs—————– necesita
88 ————————– ochenta y ocho
s/he likes——————- le gusta
a million…1.000.000——- un millón de
the mouse—————— el ratoncito
the beach——————- la playa
to sing———————–cantar
to dance———————bailar
dreadlocks—————— las trenzas rastas
a camel———————-un camello
a whale———————-una ballena

¿Cómo estás? – How are you feeling?
Estoy bien.——I am (well/fine)
Estoy mal.——-(not well)
Estoy aburrida.–(bored)
Estoy enfermo/a.- (sick)
Estoy cansado/a.-(tired)
Estoy enojado/a.-(mad)

¿Cómo te sientes hoy? – How are you feeling today?
http://onlinefreespanish.com/aplica/lessons/feeling.htm

the cow———————-la vaca
rich————————–rico
fat—————————gordo
the monkey—————–el mono
poor————————-pobre
s/he lives——————-vive
s/he opens ——————abre
s/he is going to talk———va a hablar
the money——————-el dinero
orange———————– anaranjado
red————————— rojo
green———————— verde
black————————- negro
blue————————– azul
brown———————— café

ADJETIVOS:
nice—————simpático
unpleasant———antipático
lazy—————perezoso
hard-working——-aplicado
mean—————malo
good—————bueno
thin—————delgado
fat—————-gordo
small————–pequeño
big—————-grande
ugly—————feo
good-looking——-guapo
young————–joven
old—————-viejo
mature————-maduro
beautiful———-hermoso
pretty————-bonito
patient————paciente
popular————popular
fun—————-divertido
fortunate———-afortunado
happy————–feliz
noisy————–ruidoso
funny————–chistoso
comical————cómico
blind————–ciego
stingy————-tacaño
generous———–generoso
talkative———-hablador/habladora
honorable———-honrado
entertaining——-entretenido
demanding———-exigente
fair—————justo
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Emociones – Practice on Quizlet

http://quizlet.com/_3xdpg

Emociones (on Quizlet)
angry————enojado; enfadado
annoyed———-fastidiado
anxious———-ansioso
awake————despierto
bad————–mal
bored————aburrido
busy————-ocupado
calm————-tranquilo
cheerful———alegre
confused———confundido
depressed——–deprimido
embarrassed——avergonzado
exhausted——–agotado
fantastic——–fantástico
frustrated——-frustrado
furious———-furioso
grossed out——asqueado
happy; content—contento
in a bad mood—-de mal humor; malhumorado
in a good mood—de buen humor
jealous———-celoso
lonely———–solitario
nervous———-nervioso
okay————-regular
sad————–triste
scared———–asustado
sick————-enfermo
so-so————así-así
surprised——–sorprendido
tired————cansado
very well——–muy bien
worried———-preocupado

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Here’s some practice reading for you before our test…

Maravillosa busca un regalo.doc

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We’ve been watching Mi vida loca in class from time to time. If you miss an episode, you can watch it at this site:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/spanish/mividaloca/

4.2 los lugares/estar
http://www.quia.com/jg/1463768.html

4.2 los lugares/los sitios/estar
http://www.quia.com/rr/376084.html

CUTE SITE FOR PRACTICING VARIOUS TOPICS
http://cvc.cervantes.es/ensenanza/mimundo/default.htm

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VOCABULARIO – LA VACA Y EL MONO
http://www.quia.com/jg/1493400.html

VOCABULARIO LA VACA Y LOS VERBOS
http://www.quia.com/jg/1406510.html

Sp. 1, LICT, Ch. 2, La vaca y …
http://www.quia.com/jg/1487135.html

Sp. 1, LICT, Ch. 2, Monkey House, a story
http://www.quia.com/pp/134071.html
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Vocabulario 4 Caperucita Roja
http://www.quia.com/jg/1506848.html

Spanish I vocabulary end of 2nd 9 weeks
http://www.quia.com/jg/1523724.html

¿Cómo está el chico o la chica?
http://www.quia.com/rr/684367.html

Numbers 1-20 in Spanish
http://www.quia.com/jg/2066614.html

Meses del año
http://www.quia.com/rd/223301.html

Los colores
http://www.quia.com/jg/2041919list.html

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Yo – means “I”
It is NOT necessary to say “Yo” when you say estoy or soy because they both mean “I am” without saying “Yo.” You MAY use “Yo” along with estoy or soy to emphasize that I do something.
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La “a” personal

La a personal
– Watch more Videos at Vodpod.

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PRACTICE YOUR VERBS… AND HAVE FUN!


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El día de los muertos

Day of the Dead Vocabulary
http://www.quia.com/jg/1463630.html

Day of the Dead Scavenger Hunt
http://www.quia.com/sh/83802.html

La calaverita de azucar – una canción
http://www.goear.com/files/external.swf?file=75347d7

THE DAY OF THE DEAD
http://www.quia.com/quiz/1512626.html
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WEATHER TERMS

¿Què tiempo hace? vocabulario
http://www.jackson.stark.k12.oh.us/uploads/VIRTUAL/vocabulario/tiempo.html

¿Què tiempo hace hoy?
http://www.quia.com/jg/1463794.html
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los números

los números- una lista
http://www.jackson.stark.k12.oh.us/uploads/VIRTUAL/vocabulario/numeros.html
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Números 10 al 100
http://www.quia.com/jg/1406511.html

Listen to the number 1-1000
http://www.olafbohlke.com/savo/

Listen to the numbers

http://www.languageguide.org/spanish/numbers/

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LA HORA

Telling time
http://www.spanishspanish.com/realidades_free/pre1_time_real_intro.html

Más práctica con la hora
http://www.spanishspanish.com/realidades_free/pre1_time_real_practice.html
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Los colores

Los Colores
http://www.quia.com/jg/1406528.html

Colors & Clothing
http://www.quia.com/jg/1406533.html
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Las preguntas – Questions

¿¿¿¿¿¿Cómo?????? Question words
http://www.quia.com/jg/1347764.html

Questions primer paso.
http://www.quia.com/pop/230730.html

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El cuerpo

Body Parts
http://www.quia.com/hm/444192.html

La cara
http://www.apples4theteacher.com/mi-cara.html

El Cuerpo
http://www.quia.com/jw/259134.html

El Cuerpo 2
http://www.quia.com/jw/259135.html

El Cuerpo 3
http://www.quia.com/jg/1406512.html

Body Parts (Los partes del cuerpo)
http://www.quia.com/jg/1463743.html

Un juego con la cara – A game with the face
http://www.onlinefreespanish.com/aplica/lessons/face/face2.htm

Wordsearch Puzzle PARTES DEL CUERPO
http://en.educaplay.com/en/learningresources/8680/partes_del_cuerpo.htm
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LAS PREPOSICIONES

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a———————–to/ at
acerca de————-about
además de————beside
a la derecha———-to the right
a la izquierda——–to the left
alrededor de———around
ante——————-before
antes de————–before
cerca de————–near
con——————–with
contra—————-against
de———————of, from
debajo de————under
delante de———in front of
dentro de———–within
desde—————-from
después de———-after
detrás de————behind
en———————in
encima de———-on top of
enfrente de———opposite / across from
entre—————–between
frente a————–opposite / towards
fuera de————outside of
hacia—————-toward
hasta—————-until
lejos de————-far from
menos————–less
para—————–for
por——————for, by
según—————according to
sin——————-without
sobre—————-about / upon
tras——————behind
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Algunas expresiones básicas para conectar ideas

para empezar- to begin
en primer lugar- in the first place
ahora- now
a la vez- at the same time
al principio- at first
antes (de + inf.)- previously, before
cuando- when
de repente- suddenly
después (de + inf.)- afterwards, (after)
durante- during
en el futuro- in the future
luego- later, next
mientras- while
por fin- finally, lastly
primero, segundo, etc.- first, second, etc.
pronto- soon
por eso- thus, therefore
en general- on the whole
naturalmente- naturally, certainly
por un lado- on one hand
por el otro lado- on the other hand
por ejemplo- for example
por eso- therefore
porque- because
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GREAT SITE FOR CATEGORIES OF VOCABULARY – LISTEN TO THE WORDS:
http://www.languageguide.org/espanol/

El libro perdido 1
http://www.quia.com/jg/1592124.html
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Caperucita Roja as told by Ricky Ricardo on I Love Lucy show


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Lucy meets her Cuban mother-in-law…
http://www.film-classics.com/?p=1258

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Estamos listos para Halloween…

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This is a good time to think about punctuation…

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