Spanish II Activities/Actividades for October 20, 2017 (All Periods)

Spanish II Activities/Actividades: Today we reviewed changing perspective in MC C, Qué Será, Será. Students also practiced this concept for working on an exercise involving responding to questions concerning the same concept. Afterwards we look at the subject by playing a Jeopardy Game.

We also reviewed using

estar + gerundio

seguir + gerundio

Vocabulario Nuevo:

me peino: I brush myself

lo molesta: he bothers him

estoy comiéndolo: I am eating it.

sigo hablándo: I am talking

él sigue metiéndose en el agua: he is still putting himself in the water.

el armario: the closet

 

Spanish II Activities/Actividades for October 19, 2017 (All Periods)

Spanish II Activities/Actividades: We learned and practiced changing perspectives from the third person to the first person in MC C Qué Será, Será. In  addition, we had a vocabulario/reflexivos dictation quiz.

Vocabulario Nuevo:

afeitarse: to shave

me afeito: I shave

se afeita: he/she shaves

¿Quién cuenta la historia?: Who tells the story

perspectiva: perspective

primera persona: first person

tercera persona: third person

 

 

 

 

Spanish II Activities/Actividades for October 18, 2017 (All Periods)

Spanish II Activities/Actividades: Today we reviewed vocabulary from MC C, Qué Será, Será and practiced how to create questions to better understand any story.

Vocabulario Nuevo:

arrodillarse: to kneel

me arrodillo: I kneel

el armario: the closet

lo meten en el armario: they put him in the closet.

me acuesto: I go to bed

me despierto: I awake

me levanto: I get up.

me molestas: you bother me.

él canta siempre: he sings always.

todo el día: all day

toda la noche: all night

 

Spanish II Activities/Actividades for October 17, 2017 (All Periods)

Spanish II Activities/Actividades: Today students completed exercises pertaining to Los Bakers van a Perú. They were also responsible for translating p. 12.

Spanish II – Los Bakers van a Perú – Reading Assignment (Chapter 3)                                         Nombre_____________

 

Read Pages 9-10 using the vocabulary list

 

Vocabulary List

 

El juego empieza – the game begins

listo(a) – ready/clever

una máquina – a machine

le encantaría tener – he/she would love to have

piensa en – he/she thinks about

dos mil – 2,000

cuatro cientos – 400

están esperando – they are waiting

novecientos – 900

noventa y nueve – 99

Felicidades– Congratulations,

tú ganas – you win

aplauden – they applaud

le da la mano – he/she shakes his/her hand

el bolsillio – the pocket

limpia – he/she cleans

va a jugar – he/she is going to play

para ganar – to earn/to win

Answer the questions (en español) about page 9-10.

 

  1. ¿Cuál es el primer premio (prize)?

 

  1. ¿Por qué está contenta Martha con el primer premio?

 

  1. ¿Cuánto cuesta el premio?

 

  1. ¿Qué precio le da Nathaniel a Bob para el premio?

 

  1. ¿Quién gana el premio?

 

  1. En Plinko, ¿Cuánto dinero gana Nathaniel?

 

  1. ¿Qué cosa (thing) comprarías tú (would you buy) si (if) ganaste (you won) el dinero?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read Pages 11-12 using the vocabulary list.  While reading, underline or highlight what you consider important.  Then, complete the activity on the back

 

Vocabulary List

 

más tarde – later

sale – he/she leaves/leaves with

siente – he/she feels

presión – pressure

fuerza – force

brinca – he/she jumps/leaps

abrazo – hug

tendrá – he/she will have

pásalo – pass it

tomó – he/she took

hermoso(a)– beautiful/gorgeous

unos (unas) – some

sitios – places

(Ustedes) pasarán – (you all) will spend (time)

terminarán visitandano – (you all) will finish visiting

ruinas antiguas – ancient ruins

indígenas – indigenous/native people

esperan– they wait for

 

Read Pages 11-12 using the vocabulary list.  While reading, underline or highlight what you consider important.  Then, translate page 12.

 

Spanish II Activities/Actividades for October 16, 2017 (All Periods)

Spanish II Activities/Actividades: Today we begun reviewing vocabulary in MC C Que Será, Será.  Students were practicing using reflexive verbs to follow their routines throughout the day in Spanish.

 

 

Vocabulario Nuevo:

rutina cotidiana: daily routine

me meto el pie en el agua: I put my foot in the water.

me despierto: I wake up

me cepillo los dientes: I brush my teeth.

me levanto: I get up

me lavo la cara: I wash my face

me lavo las manos: I wash my hands

me siento: I sit down

me ducho: I take a shower

me baño: I take a bath

me voy a la escuela: I go to school

yo tomo/cojo el autobus: I take the bus

tomar/coger: to take…

hago mi tarea de casa: I do my homework.

a las cinco de la mañana: at five in the morning

a las cinco y media de la mañana: at five thirty in the morning.

miro la televisión: watch t.v.

está viendo la televisión: is seeing t.v.

yo juego deportes: I play sports

toco clarinete: I play clarinet.

yo descanso: I rest

yo duermo: I sleep

yo me duermo: I sleep.

 

 

 

 

Spanish II Activities/Actividades for October 13, 2017 (All Periods)

Spanish II Activities/Actividades: Today we reviewed changing perspective from 1st and third person to 1st person plural using Los Bakers Van a Atlantic City, Chapter 2.

We had a quiz on changing perspective as well.

 

 

 

 

Vocabulario Nuevo:

conocemos a mucha gente: we know a lot of people.

estamos muy ocupados: we are very busy

tenemos mucho que hacer: we have a lot to do.

estamos viendo la televisión: we are watching t.v.

dicemos hola: we say hello.

nos quedamos cerca: we remain close by.

estamos contentos: we are happy

estamos agotados: we are exhausted.

Spanish II Activities/Actividades for October 12, 2017 (All Periods)

Spanish II Activities/Actividades: Today we reviewed changing perspectives from Los Bakers van a Peru and reviewed how to identify infinitives when working with the following expressions that require them:

 

Querer + infinitive

Tener que + infinitive

Necesitar + infinitive

COURTESY REMINDER: Quiz tomorrow on Friday,  October 13, 2017 on changing perspectives and identifying infinitives and other expressions

Remember infinitives include all verbs that end in AR; ER, IR.  Reflexive verbs end in SE.

 

 

 

Vocabulario Nuevo:

tolerante: lenient/tolerant

me burlo de: I make fun of

se burla de: he-she makes fun of

conozco: I know a person or familiar with a place

me quedo: I remain

se queda: he she remains

voy al supermercado: I go to the supermarket

yo digo: I say

yo como espinacas: I eat spinach

yo vomito: I vomit

me enamora de: I fall in love with

llegar: to arrive

yo llego: I arrive

él llega: he arrives

vengo: I come

venir: to come

juego: I play

jugar: to play

ofrezco: I offer

ofrecer: to offer

doy: I give

dar: to give

sonrío: I smile

sonrie: he smiles

sonreir: to smile

 

 

 

Spanish II Activities/Actividades for October 11, 2017 (All Periods)

Spanish II Activities/Actividades: Blocks 1 & 2 took a variety of tests including PSAT,  etc.

4th block Class reviewed  Los Bakers van a Atlantic City and practiced changing perspective. Test make-up also.

 

 

 

Vocabulario Nuevo:

 

dona de jalea: jelly donut

donas: donuts

¡No seas tan tacañoj! Don´t be so cheap!

su aspecto: his-her appearance

el anuncio: announcement

jugadores: players

el programa: the program

el precio es correcto: The Price is Right

Spanish II Activities/Actividades for October 10, 2017 (All Periods)

Spanish II Activities/Actividades: Today we continued reviewing Los Bakers van a Atlantic City. We discussed the use of querer, tener que, and necesitar and how they are used in sentences along with other vocabulary.

Today we had a composition notebook check: Looked for the completion of the following exercise:

 

 

 

 

Vocabulario Nuevo:

una dona de jalea: a jelly donut

a él le gustan las donas de jalea: he likes jelly donuts

a ella  le gusta ver la telé: she likes watching t.v.

querer: to want

tener que: have to

necesitar: need to

quiero comprar: I want to buy/purchase

él quiere llamar: he wants to call

nosotros queremos pensar: we want to think

ella quiere decir: she wants to say

Ud. tiene que responder: you have to respond

nosotros queremos jugar: we want to play

 

Spanish II Activities/Actividades for October 9, 2017 (All Periods)

Spanish II Activities/Actividades: Today we reviewed vocabulary found inCapitulo 2:  Los Bakers Van a Atlantic City. We also reviewed how to use correctly www.wordreference.com

We reviewed and read as a class p. 5, of Chapter 2, Los Baker van a Atlantic City

 

We reviewed present progressive tense: estar + gerund =

 

 

Vocabulario Nuevo:

un anuncio: an announcement

están viendo la telé: they are watching t.v.

durante: during

muy cansados: very tired

el precio es correcto: The Price is Right.

programa: program

Marietta queda muy cerca de Roswell: Marrietta is closeby to Roswell.

está estudiando: he-she is studying

está comiendo: he-she is eating

está viviendo: he-she is living

está yendo: he-she is going

Yo estudio en Atlantic City: I study in Atlantic City

está viniendo: he-she is coming

está preguntando: he-she is asking

tienes que hacerlo tu mismo: you have to do it yourself

tengo que hacerlo mi mismo: I have to do it myself.