SSL – Spanish as a Second Language

On this week we will be working alternately with Beginner Level, who are still covering a general review, and Intermediate and Advanced Level who will move on to new lessons.

BEGINNERS
R E V I E W  WEEK 3

I Semester content       II Part

http://www.languageguide.org/espa%C3%B1ol/vocabulario/

CARDINAL NUMBERS

1 – 31

Learn how the numbers 16-19 are combinations of diez.

Alternate forms are dieciséis, diecisiete, dieciocho, diecinueve.

Learn how veinte y uno may be written as veintiuno
…not the same for 31 – 99

TIME, DAYS, MONTHS

Telling time:

Es la una…

Son las dos…

Differentiate months and dates are written entirely in lowercase letters,

in Spanish.

INTERMEDIATE & ADVANCED

THE INFINITIVE (REVIEW)

Students  will identify the different ways to apply the infinitive after:

ir a, tener que, and para

-Students  will learn more uses of the infinitives:

Tal vez…

Deberías de…

De repente…

http://fis.ucalgary.ca/AVal/505/AGUsosInfinitivo.html

THE PARTICIPLE

·                     Present Participle

·                     Past Participle

·                     Future Participle

R E A D I N G

Students can practice their reading on a daily basis by choosing a story in the following site:

http://www.encuentos.com/leer/cuentos-infantiles-con-adjetivos/
HW: Homework will depend on daily exercises or activities done in class. The student will complete at home unfinished classroom exercises or activities.

Students are always welcome to the library in order to check out Spanish books which will be useful for their practice and learning.

…students are evaluated on a weekly basis as follows:

MONDAY: ORAL PROFICIENCY EVALUATION

CONVERSATION …your overall ability to communicate in SPANISH.

WEDNESDAY:   GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY EVALUATION

WRITING …your ability to communicate your ideas in well structured                                    sentences.

FRIDAY:           WEEKLY EVALUATION

LESSONS & VOCABULARY  …vocabulary knowledge and lessons’ comprehension.

Ms. Pia Girbal

ESL/SSL

 

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