¡Hola queridos estudiantes! ¿Cómo están? ¡Los extraño a todos!
Hello dear students! How are you? I miss you all!
I'm grateful that we have such great technology nowadays and that we can stay in touch and continue to learn even when we are not at school. Plus, there are so many free resources online to practice your Spanish, I really hope you are taking advantage! (Duolingo/Fabulingua/Studycat, etc.)
This week I want you to practice what we have learned in class about school subjects, school supplies, schedules, telling time and regular -AR verbs related to school, in Unit 2 - Lesson 2. The practice will be in the three out of the four domains of language that we have talked about in class: reading, writing and listening (the other one is speaking). We will be using the IXL webpage/application for this purpose (there is a one month free trial, please go to www.ixl.com
). You should have received through your school's e-mail your ID and password to access it. Try your Spam or Trash folder if you don't see it in your Inbox. Once you go in, you should see the following skills assigned to you under Unit 3 - En clase. They are highlighted in yellow. Practice them in order E, F, G, H, I, J and finally K.
(3.I)Schedules with ordinal numbers and times
(3.K)Common ‑ar verbs
(3.H)Provide ‑ar verbs related to school
(3.G)Recognize ‑ar verbs related to school
(3.F)Name school supplies
(3.E)Recognize school supplies
These practices are for the first class of the week. I will post a different assignment/practice for the second class of the week on Wednesday morning. The idea is that you practice until you reach a score of at least an 80 to make sure that you have mastered the skill. It should take you about 40 to 50 minutes to complete all of them. You don't have to notify me when you complete this assignment as I can see on my end that you logged in and practiced. I won't use scores as a grade. What's important is that you learn through practice. Remember... practice is key to learning a language!
If you have questions please comment here as everyone can benefit from the answer. If your question is related to your access, then e-mail me to email@example.com
or send me a private comment here in Google Classroom.
¡Estoy muy emocionada de comenzar una nueva y muy diferente semana de clases con ustedes... saludos!