• Hendricks Spanish I & II Classes, Spring 2020, Remote Learning Information Page

     

    Greetings to All Stakeholders,

    I hope everyone is well and managing the School Closure safely and productively. I will keep this message simple and as clear as possible. During the school closure, students and teachers will continue to engage in Standards-based Learning. This is made possible by the HCS 1:1 Device Initiative and digital learning platforms such as Google Classroom and many other types of educational technology.

    For my Spanish I & II classes, all Announcements and Assignments will be posted to Google Classroom in a timely fashion. Students/Parents are welcome to ask any questions in the comments section and I will reply within 24 hours of posting. There will be Tasks/Assignments assigned and submitted during the school closure. The instructions and deadlines will be clearly stated, but feel free to ask if there is any confusion.  

    The primary platform for Assignments during this time is: Voces Digital Learning, accessible at <vocesdigital.com>. Students have been added to the Online Classroom and can access the platform with their Class ID and User ID. All Students have been provided their Login information at least three times this semester, but if a student does not know their Class/User ID, send me an email and I will provide it again. All Voces DL Assignments are listed under the "Assignments" tab visible at the top of the Home page, there is an icon sheet of paper with a star in the center. When students click the Assignments icon, there will be a Calendar View with the assignment appearing on the Due Date. The student clicks the assignment and it will automatically navigate to the relevant page. Clicking "Save & Submit" at the end of assignments is necessary for the response to be recorded.   

    I will add that review and enrichment of prior learning is the main focus of assignments during this time.

    I notified students in class on Friday, 3/13/20, that Announcements and Assignments will be communicated on Monday mornings and will be due on the following Sunday. 

    Voces Digital learning is the main platform for classwork, but students should check their Google Classroom regularly for announcements and assignment postings. There will be important information shared on GClassroom. 

    My email address is: jason.hendricks@henry.k12.ga.us. Please contact me at any time with questions or concerns. I am at your service. 

    Sincerely,

    Jason Hendricks

    DHS World Languages Educator

    jason.hendricks@henry.k12.ga.us

    (770) 515-7510

     

    Remote Learning Weekly Learning Progressions

    The following Spanish 1 & 2 Lesson Scope and Sequence Plans describe the HCS Standards and Learning Targets for the first three weeks of Remote Learning. Daily assignments address the content and skills explained in these documents. Spiralling learning targets throughout the daily assignments is sound instructional practice, allowing learners to learn and review the content repeatedly. The current Unit is 3; summative assessment will be postponed until our hopeful return to the building. Everything assigned is designed to support student success and authentic, structured learning progression. Please contact my email with any questions or guidance you require. 

    Spanish 1 Remote Learning Lesson Scope & Sequence

     

    Educator: Hendricks

    Block: 2nd

    Dates/Progression: Weeks 1-3

    Unit(s) of Study: 3, some 1&2 review

    Course: Spanish I

     

    Standards

    MLI.IP Communication: Interpersonal

    g. Communicate basic information about self and others in a spoken, signed, or written conversation at the Novice-Mid to Novice-High level.

    h. Communicate basic information about daily life (time, dates, weather, body parts, meals, school, and family) in a spoken, signed, or written conversation.                                        i. Ask and respond to simple who, what, when, where, and why questions.

    MLI.INT Communication: Interpretive

    a. Understand simple instructions in the target language related to classroom activities.

    b. Understand simple oral and written statements that I learned for specific purposes (time, dates, weather, body parts, meals, school, and family).

    c. Read and listen to descriptions and recognize images that match the descriptions.

    d. Understand brief and simple written or spoken messages found in songs, videos, announcements or advertising from the target culture.

    e. Understand the content of simple items from the target countries. (Example: Explaining what is on a receipt or menu from a target country)

    MLI.CCC Comparisons: Cultural:

    a. Compare childhood games, stories, or rhymes to those in the target language and culture to my language and culture.

    MLI.P Communication: Presentational

    a. Create and present short descriptions of self and others in spoken and written form at the Novice-Mid to Novice High level.

    b. Dramatize short reading selections (short songs or poems) or create and present short skits at the Novice-Mid to Novice-High level.                                                                                                                                                                                                    c. Create and present information about something learned using words, phrases, and memorized expressions.

    Objective: Students will achieve Novice-High to Intermediate-Low communicative proficiency in the target language as it relates to the topics of School, Time, Weather, Family, and Describing People. All language skills (reading, writing, speaking, listening) will be developed and assessed in a level-appropriate manner. Differentiated instructional media and choices in formative assessment allow learners to benefit from personalized learning.

    Learning Targets: I can ask and answer simple questions about friends, classmates, and teachers.

    I can ask and answer simple questions about my classroom and my school (Reasoning)

    I can ask and answer questions about time

    I can ask and answer questions about what date it is.

    I can ask and answer questions about what the weather is like.

    I can ask and answer questions about who is in my family

    I can describe the personality and physical traits and age of my family members.

    I can express what my family members like to do.

    I can answer simple questions about how I spend time with my family.

    I can name relationships on a family tree

    I can answer questions others people’s family based on reading and/or listening passages.

    I can ask and answer questions about who is in my family

    I can describe the personality and physical traits of my family members.

    I can express what my family members like to do.

    I can answer simple questions about how I spend time with my family.                                                                         

    I can compare and contrast celebrations from the target culture with those of my own culture..

     

    Spanish 2 Remote Learning Lesson Scope & Sequence

     

    Educator: Hendricks

    Block: 1st  & 4th

    Dates/Progression: Weeks 1-3

    Unit(s) of Study: 3, some 1&2 review

    Course: Spanish 2

     

    Standards

    MLII.P Communication: Interpersonal

    c.  Ask and answer questions on familiar topics (daily routine)

    d. Identify and discuss the main ideas from reading selections, songs and videos from the target language.

    e. Write short, organized compositions, using visual and technological support as appropriate and demonstrate a Novice-High to Intermediate-Low proficiency with respect to writing mechanics.

    f. Share basic opinions, preferences, and feelings about my everyday life (routine, clothes, shopping, house, childhood, chores).

    MLII.INT    Interpretive Communication

    c. Identify main ideas and essential details when reading and/or listening to messages in songs, videos, announcements or advertising in the target language.

    d.  Understand the content of items from the target countries (Example: Explaining what is on a receipt or menu from a target country)

    MLIIP. Presentational Communication

    a. Create and present short announcements or brief reports using a series of simple sentences on familiar topics such as time, dates, weather, family, childhood, house, clothing, daily routines, schedules, and activities.

    c. Demonstrate Novice-High to Intermediate-Low proficiency in oral and written presentation including proper pronunciation, intonation, and writing mechanics. (Example: agreement, word order, verb conjugation, punctuation)

    MLII.CU Cultural Practices to Perspectives

    c. Identify patterns of behavior associated with cultures found in authentic materials such as videos, news articles, advertisements, or websites.

    MLII.CU Relating Cultural Products to Perspectives

    a. Read, listen to, and or view authentic materials such as commercials, video clips of television programs, poems, or stories from the culture to examine the products that influence food, clothing, housing, transportation, and art.

    b. Investigate and discuss how products are used for cooking, shopping, household chores, and transportation are used in the target cultures.

    d. Read or view authentic materials such as nursery rhymes, fairy tales, childhood songs, and short stories from the culture, and identify the author, musicians, and country of origin and reflect on the cultural perspectives.

    MLII.CCC Language Comparisons

    b. Recognize cognates and simple idioms and discuss the differences between the language learned and my own.

    d. Recognize the similarities and differences of English grammar and the grammar of the target language (Example: gender, word order, other).

    MLII.CCC  Cultural Comparisons

    b. Compare daily routines in the target cultures to my own

    c. Compare celebrations and social occasions in the target cultures to my own

    MLII.CCC  Global Communities

    a. Perform in the target language on topics relevant to the real world for my classroom or my community.

    Objective: Students will achieve Novice-High to Intermediate-Low communicative proficiency in the target language as it relates to the topics of Daily Routine, Extended Body Parts. All language skills (reading, writing, speaking, listening) will be developed and assessed in a level-appropriate manner. Differentiated instructional media and choices in formative assessment allow learners to benefit from personalized learning.

    Learning Targets:

    I can answer questions about my daily routine.

    I can have a simple conversation about my routine

    I can use frequency words when talking about my daily routine

    I can use order words and ordinal numbers when listing my daily routine activities

    I can state the products I use for hygiene/makeup  and how I use them

    I can state how I get ready in the morning or for a special event

    I can describe my weekend routine

    I can answer questions on daily routine, and products that I use.

    I can have a simple conversation about my daily routine.

    I can respond by writing a review of a beauty or personal hygiene product

    I can vlog about a beauty or personal hygiene product.

     

     

     


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    Day 1

    Day 2

    Day 3

    Day 4

    Day 5

    Opening

    Read & Answer Voces Digital Learning, Ch. 3, La Familia. Interpret the Spanish names of individual family members.

    Review Voces     Ch. 3, La Familia. Focus on interpreting the collective names of multiple family members: siblings/parents.

    Read and interpret the content/questions on Voces Ch. 3, Determinantes Posesivos y repaso de “Hay.”

    Read and interpret the content of Ch. 3, Pronombres del Sujeto.

    Read and listen to the Ch. 3, “Tener” instructional content and answer the Cultural question at bottom.

    Work Session

    Submit Ch. 3, Actividades 1-2, identifying family names.

    Submit Ch. 3, Actividades 3-4, identifying collective family names.

    Submit Ch. 3 Actividad 6, identifying the correct possessive pronouns for different subjects.

    Submit Ch. 3, Actividad 7, writing the correct subject pronouns for each sentence.

    Submit Ch. 3, Actividades 8-10, interpreting the correct form of “Tener” for each sentence.

    Closing

    Compose a written list of your nuclear family with their Spanish titles.

    Ex: Mi hermana Kayla. Mi hermano Tom.

    Progressive Learning Artifact due on Friday, 3/20/20.

    Add to your Family List by grouping individual family members into collective categories based on “La Familia” instructional content. Ex: Mis hermanos Kayla y Tom.

    Extend your Family List to include extended family/relatives with their Spanish name titles.

    Ex: Mi abuela Mary. Mi tío Larry.

    Group your extended Family list into collective categories based on “La Familia” content.

    Ex: Mis abuelos Mary y Clive.

    Mis tías Clarisa y Ellen.

    Organize your written components from this week into a Learning Artifact entitled “Mi Familia.” Submit the draft as a GDoc to your GClassroom submission space.

     

     

    Day 6

    Day 7

    Day 8

    Day 9

    Day 10

    Opening

    View & interpret Voces Digital Learning, Ch. 3, Presentaciones-Tener. Study the uses and grammar of this key verb. Then, view and answer questions on Videos-Vocabulario de familia.

    Read & interpret Voces Ch. 3, Los números del 30 al 1000. Extend your learning of numbers to 1000. Then, view Videos-Gramática – Tener  to enrich your understanding of the key verb.

    Read & interpret the presentational content on Voces Ch. 3, Materiales auténticos -Familias

    and Entrevistas -Geoff (en inglés). Both instructional materials give you insight into Family topics in Spanish.

    Read & interpret the content of Ch. 3, Lectura, Gramática - Pronombres del Sujeto, and Gramática - Determinantes Posesivos.

    Engage in recorded speaking practice with ¡Vamos a charlar! - Presentational #1. 

    Work Session

    Submit Ch. 3,    

    El Salvador, Actividad 5: La familia 5.

    Submit Ch. 3,

    El Salvador,   Actividad 11: Los números 1.

    Submit Ch. 3,

    El Salvador,  Actividad 12: Los números 2.

    Submit Ch. 3,

    El Salvador, Actividad 13: Los números 3.

    Submit Ch. 3,

    El Salvador, Actividad 14: Los números 4.

    Then, complete the formative assessment: Prueba: Los números del 30 a 1000.

    Closing

    Login to: zzi.sh on your web browser with the Class Code: dmb4645, and complete the Quizalize Definite and Indefinite Articles. Practice the Unit 2 Articles learning target.

    View the Quizalize information material on your GC.

    Login to: zzi.sh on your web browser with the Class Code: dmb4645, and complete the Quizalize Spanish Body Parts. Practice the target vocabulary.             

    Login to: zzi.sh on your web browser with the Class Code: dmb4645, and complete the Quizalize Spanish Family Names. Practice the Unit 3 learning target.

    Login to: zzi.sh on your web browser with the Class Code: dmb4645, and complete the Quizalize Spanish Greetings and Spanish numbers 0-100 Practice the Unit learning targets.

    Login to: zzi.sh on your web browser with the Class Code: dmb4645, and complete the Quizalize Spanish Forms of Ser.

    Practice and learn about the key verb “Ser,” a    Unit 3 target.

     

     

    Day 11

    Day 12

    Day 13

    Day 14

    Day 15

    Opening

    Answer the following question in full English sentences on a GDoc for later submission:

    What are your physical features?

    Answer the following question in full English sentences on the same GDoc for later submission:

    What are one of your family member’s physical features?

    Answer the following question in full English sentences on the same GDoc for later submission:

    What are the  physical features of a celebrity you like?

    Answer the following question in full English sentences on the same GDoc for later submission:

    What are the physical features of an extended family member?

    Review and ensure that you have completed all the questions for this week. Finally, submit the Progressive Family Descriptions GDoc to the GC assignment. Scoring occurs on Friday.

    Work Session

    Study and submit Voces DL: Destreza gramatical: Tener

     

    Study and submit Voces DL: Las ruinas de Tazumal

    Study and submit Voces DL:

    Maryam (en inglés)

    Study and submit Voces DL:

    Yo creo que es…

    Review and ensure that you have completed all Voces learning tasks for this week. Scoring and contact occurs on Friday.

    Closing

    Complete and submit the Quizalize: Spanish-Physical Descriptions. To access this activity, students go to zzi.sh and insert:

    dmb4645

    View the Quizalize YouTube video: How to conjugate regular verbs in Spanish. Learn Spanish grammar. To access this activity, students go to zzi.sh and insert:

    dmb4645

    Revisit and complete a second time the Quizalize: Spanish – Physical Descriptions. Enrich your understanding of the new learning target.

    Complete and submit the Quizalize: Verb Conjugation.

    To access this activity, students go to zzi.sh and insert:

    dmb4645

    Review and ensure that you have completed all Quizalize learning tasks for this week. Scoring and contact occurs on Friday.

     

    Day 16

    Day 17

    Day 18

    Day 19

    Day 20

    Opening

    Spanish 1, Unit 3, Formative Task A.

     

    Spanish 1, Unit 3, Formative Task B.

     

    Spanish 1, Unit 3, Formative Task C.

     

    Spanish 1, Unit 3, Formative Task D.

     

    Review and ensure that you have completed all the Formative Tasks for this week. Then, submit the Formative Task GDoc to the GC assignment.

    Work Session

    Read and begin your work on the Spanish 1, Unit 3, Summative Project assigned on GClassroom.

    Due Friday, 4/17/20 @ 11:59 pm

    Continue to engage in your work on the Spanish 1, Unit 3, Summative Project assigned on GClassroom.

    Due Friday, 4/17/20 @ 11:59 pm

    Continue to engage in your work on the Spanish 1, Unit 3, Summative Project assigned on GClassroom.

    Due Friday, 4/17/20 @ 11:59 pm

    Continue to engage in your work on the Spanish 1, Unit 3, Summative Project assigned on GClassroom.

    Due Friday, 4/17/20 @ 11:59 pm

    Review your Unit 3 Project and ensure that you have completed all components of the assignment. Due on Friday, 4/17/20 @ 11:59 pm.

    Closing

    Invest yourself responsibly in producing a great Unit 3 Project, a significant Assessment. Contact me with any questions and do your best.

    Invest yourself responsibly in producing a great Unit 3 Project, a significant Assessment. Contact me with any questions and do your best.

    Invest yourself responsibly in producing a great Unit 3 Project, a significant Assessment. Contact me with any questions and do your best.

    Invest yourself responsibly in producing a great Unit 3 Project, a significant Assessment. Contact me with any questions and do your best.

    Invest yourself responsibly in producing a great Unit 3 Project, a significant Assessment. Contact me with any questions and do your best.

    Unit 4

    Day 21- 4/20/20

    Day 22

    Day 23

    Day 24

    Day 25

    Opening

    Write your answer to Question A on a GDoc in the GC assignment: Unit 4 Journal A.

    Which Hispanic foods do you know about? 

    Write your answer to Question B on a GDoc in the GC assignment: Unit 4 Journal A.

    What are some staples of the Costa Rican diet?

     

    Write your answer to  Question C on a GDoc in the GC assignment: Unit 4 Journal A.

    How does the environment influence a country’s food?

    Write your answer to Question D on a GDoc in the GC assignment: Unit 4 Journal A.

    Which Hispanic foods would you like to add to your diet?

    Review and organize your answers to the questions on a GDoc named Unit 4 Journal A and submit to the GC assignment space.

    Work Session

    Work on translating the Unit 4 Vocabulary Packet GDoc assigned on G.Classroom. 

    Due 4/24/20 at 11:59 PM.

    Work on translating the Unit 4 Vocabulary Packet GDoc assigned on G.Classroom. 

    Due 4/24/20 at 11:59 PM.

    Work on translating the Unit 4 Vocabulary Packet GDoc assigned on G.Classroom. 

    Due 4/24/20 at 11:59 PM.

    Work on translating the Unit 4 Vocabulary Packet GDoc assigned on G.Classroom. 

    Due 4/24/20 at 11:59 PM.

    Review your Unit 4 Vocabulary Packet and submit.

    Closing

    View, study, and complete any questions on  Voces DL: Chp. 7, Costa Rica: Introducción a Costa Rica, Comidas y bebidas,

    Gustar y encantar, and

    Pronombres del objeto indirecto.

    They are assigned in Voces.

    View, study, and complete any questions on  Voces DL: Chp. 7, Costa Rica: Introducción a Costa Rica, Comidas y bebidas,

    Gustar y encantar, and

    Pronombres del objeto indirecto.

    They are assigned in Voces.

    View, study, and complete any questions on  Voces DL: Chp. 7, Costa Rica: Introducción a Costa Rica, Comidas y bebidas,

    Gustar y encantar, and

    Pronombres del objeto indirecto.

    They are assigned in Voces.

    View, study, and complete any questions on  Voces DL: Chp. 7, Costa Rica: Introducción a Costa Rica, Comidas y bebidas,

    Gustar y encantar, and

    Pronombres del objeto indirecto.

    They are assigned in Voces.

    Ensure that you have engaged with the Voces DL this week. Make sure to submit the assignments. Thank you and I look forward to speaking to you on the Live Tutorial Google Meet on Wednesday, 4/22 at 12 pm noon. Join code: axo-ndhv-zkr

    Unit 4

    Day 26- 4/27/20

    Day 27

    Day 28

    Day 29

    Day 30

    Open

    Write your answer to Task A  in the GC assignment: Unit 4 Journal B. 

    Write your answer to Task B in the GC assignment: Unit 4 Journal B.

     

    Write your answer to  Task C in the GC assignment: Unit 4 Journal B.

     

    Write your answer to   Task D in the GC assignment: Unit 4 Journal B.

     

    Review and organize your answers to the questions on a GDoc named Unit 4 Journal B and submit to the GC assignment space.

    Work Session

    View and Complete Voces DL, Chp. 7, Costa Rica: ¿Qué te gusta? AND Deseos y necesidades.

    Due 5/1/20 at 11:59 PM.

    View and Complete Voces DL, Chp. 7, Costa Rica: En el restaurante, Lectura, AND

    Preferencias.

    Due 5/1/20 at 11:59 PM.

    Complete Voces DL, Chp. 7, Costa Rica: Actividad 1: Comidas 1, AND Actividad 2: Comidas 2.

    Due 5/1/20 at 11:59 PM.

    Complete Voces DL, Chp. 7, Costa Rica: Actividad 3: Comidas 3 AND Actividad 4: Comidas 4.

     

    Review your Voces DL assignments, study them repeatedly, and submit. Due 5/1/20 at 11:59 PM.

    Close

    Compose an investigative Short Answer document entitled The Heritage of Latin American Foods and Drinks.

    Day 1: What are some common foods that originated in the Americas? Five sentence minimum.

    Compose an investigative Short Answer document entitled The Heritage of Latin American Foods and Drinks.

    Day 2: Why do Guatemala, Costa Rica, and Colombia have ideal conditions to grow excellent coffee?

    Five sentence minimum.

    Compose an investigative Short Answer document entitled The Heritage of Latin American Foods and Drinks.

    Day 3: Describe how people of African descent influenced the cuisine of the Americas. Five sentence minimum.

    Compose an investigative Short Answer document entitled The Heritage of Latin American Foods and Drinks.

    Day 4: Identify and discuss the health benefits of foods/drinks from the Americas. Five sentence minimum.

     

    Review your Short Answer GDoc: The Heritage of Latin American Foods and Drinks. Each day’s entry requires FIVE sentences each or more. Submit to the GC assignment with the same title, 5/1/20 @ 11:59pm.

     

     

     

     

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    Day 1

    Day 2

    Day 3

    Day 4

    Day 5

    Opening

    Read & Interpret the Voces Digital Learning, Ch. 11, La Rutina Diaria vocabulary list.

    Read & Interpret Voces Ch. 11, Verbos Reflexivos. Focus on understanding how to compose a sentence using reflexive pronouns and verbs.

    Review Voces,  Ch. 11, La Rutina Diaria & Verbos Reflexivos instructional content to understand reflexive verb grammar.

    Read and interpret the content of      Ch. 11, Presentaciones. The sample dialogue explains how to ask and answer questions about Daily Routines.

    Read and interpret Voces Ch. 11, Materiales Autenticos ”Mi Semana.”   Answer the comprehension questions as best you can. 

    Work Session

    Submit Ch. 11, Actividades 1-2, identifying daily routine verbs based on linked vocabulary.

    Submit Ch. 11, Actividades 3, writing a paragraph describing your daily routine.

    Submit Ch. 11 Actividad 5, identifying the correct phrases for the model dialogue.

    Submit Ch. 11, Actividad 6, using expressions of frequency and complete sentences.

    Read the passage & Answer comprehension questions to Ch. 11, Entrevistas (Freddy).

    Closing

    Compose a written list of 7 daily routine verbs occurring throughout the day.

    Ex: Despertarse, Almorzar, Dormirse.

    Progressive Learning Artifact due on Friday, 3/20/20.

    Add to your Daily Routine List by grouping the 7 daily routines into the time of day in which you do them.

    Ex: En la manana: despertarse, bañarse, cepillarse los dientes.

    Extend your Daily Routine List by writing the Spanish names of objects linked to certain activities.

    Ex: Levantarse –  la cama. Ir a la escuela – el bus.

    Conjugate your Daily Routine verbs into complete sentences with reflexive and non-reflexive subject pronouns.

    Ex: Yo me levanto en la mañana.  Yo estudio en la escuela.

    Organize your written components from this week into a Learning Artifact entitled “Mi Rutina Diaria.” Submit the draft as a GDoc to your GClassroom submission space.

     

     

    Day 6

    Day 7

    Day 8

    Day 9

    Day 10

    Opening

    Read, Interpret, and write your response to Voces Digital Learning, Capítulo 11: Ecuador, Más Verbos Irregulares and the Video-Los Verbos Reflexivos

    Read & Interpret Voces Ch. 11, Materiales auténticos-Consejos para dormir. Complete the comprehension questions

    View & Answer the questions for  Voces Ch. 11, Panorama, La escuela primaria. Answer the questions in Spanish based on the visual media.

    Read & interpret the content of      Ch. 11, Videos- Una familia ecuatoriana

    Answer the comprehension questions.

    Engage in the Voces Ch. 11, formative assessment: Pruebas - Prueba: Los verbos reflexivos. Answer the questions based on this week’s learning content.

    Work Session

    Submit Ch. 11, Actividades 13-14, practicing reflexive regular and irregular verbs in communicative sentences.

    Submit Ch. 11, Actividad 12, practicing reflexive  verbs in communicative sentences.

    Submit Ch. 11 Actividad 4, enriching your learning of daily routine communicative skills.

    Submit Ch. 11, Actividad 7, enriching your learning of daily routine communicative skills.

    Submit Ch. 11, Actividad 9, enriching your learning of daily routine communicative skills.

    Closing

    Login to: zzi.sh on your web browser and input your class code: (Block 1: bqz3550; Block 4: vnp2422) to complete the TWO assigned Quizalizes: Talk About Your Daily Routine in Spanish: Use Reflexive Verbs and Pronouns

    and the quiz Daily Routine.

    Instructions about Quizalize and the tasks are found in GC.

    Login to: zzi.sh  on your web browser and input your class code: (Block 1: bqz3550; Block 4: vnp2422). Complete the  Quizalize:  S2, U3, Rutina Diaria Phrases.

    Login to: zzi.sh  on your web browser and input your class code: (Block 1: bqz3550; Block 4: vnp2422) to access the assigned Quizalize: Actividad Visual: La Abuela y la Niña.

     

    Login to: zzi.sh  on your web browser and input your class code: (Block 1: bqz3550; Block 4: vnp2422) to access the assigned Quizalize:

    S2, U3, Reflexive Verbs Practice.

     

    Login to: zzi.sh  on your web browser and input your class code: (Block 1: bqz3550; Block 4: vnp2422) to access the assigned Quizalize:

    Spanish present tense regular verb conjugation.

     

     

    Day 11

    Day 12

    Day 13

    Day 14

    Day 15

    Opening

    Answer the following question in full English sentences on a GDoc for later submission:

    What do you normally do in the morning?

     

    Answer the following question in full English sentences on the same GDoc for later submission:

    What does your family member normally do in the afternoon?

     

    Answer the following question in full English sentences on the same GDoc for later submission:

    What do you normally do in the evening?

     

    Answer the following question in full English sentences on the same GDoc for later submission:

    What does your family normally do on weekends?

     

    Review and ensure that you have completed all the questions for this week. Finally, submit the Progressive Family Routine GDoc to the GC assignment. Scoring occurs on Friday.

    Work Session

    Study and submit Voces DL: Cuida tu cabello

     

    Study and submit Voces DL:  Destreza gramatical: Los verbos reflexivos

     

    Study and submit Voces DL: 

    María (en español)

     

    Read and submit Voces DL: Oil Drilling

     

    Review and ensure that you have completed all Voces learning tasks for this week. Scoring occurs on Friday.

    Closing

    Complete and submit the Quizalize, Spanish 2, Unit 3, Rutina Diaria, Sentence Syntax Task: To access this activity, students go to zzi.sh and insert: Block 1: bqz3550

    Block 4: vnp2422

    Complete and submit the Quizalize, Daily Routine Using Reflexive Verbs: To access this activity, students go to zzi.sh and insert:

    Block 1: bqz3550

    Block 4: vnp2422

    Revisit the Quizalize, Spanish 2, Unit 3, Rutina Diaria, Sentence Syntax Task, complete it again to enrich your understanding.

    Revisit the Quizalize, Daily Routine Using Reflexive Verbs, complete it again to enrich your understanding.

    Review and ensure that you have completed all Quizalize learning tasks for this week. Scoring occurs on Friday.

     

    Day 16

    Day 17

    Day 18

    Day 19

    Day 20

    Opening

    Spanish 2,

    Unit 3,  

    Formative Task A

     

    Spanish 2,

    Unit 3,  

    Formative Task B

     

    Spanish 2,

    Unit 3,  

    Formative Task C

     

     

    Spanish 2,

    Unit 3,  

    Formative Task D

     

    Review and ensure that you have completed all the Formative Tasks for this week. Then, submit the Formative Task GDoc to the GC assignment.

    Work Session

    Read and begin your work on the Spanish 2, Unit 3, Summative Project assigned on GClassroom.

    Due Friday, 4/17/20 @ 11:59 pm

    Continue to engage in your work on the Spanish 2, Unit 3, Summative Project assigned on GClassroom.

    Due Friday, 4/17/20 @ 11:59 pm

    Continue to engage in your work on the Spanish 2, Unit 3, Summative Project assigned on GClassroom.

    Due Friday, 4/17/20 @ 11:59 pm

    Continue to engage in your work on the Spanish 2, Unit 3, Summative Project assigned on GClassroom.

    Due Friday, 4/17/20 @ 11:59 pm

    Review your Unit 3 Project and and ensure that you have completed all components of the assignment. Due on Friday, 4/17/20 @ 11:59 pm.

    Closing

    Invest yourself responsibly in producing a great Unit 3 Project, a significant Assessment. Contact me with any questions and do your best.

    Invest yourself responsibly in producing a great Unit 3 Project, a significant Assessment. Contact me with any questions and do your best.

    Invest yourself responsibly in producing a great Unit 3 Project, a significant Assessment. Contact me with any questions and do your best.

    Invest yourself responsibly in producing a great Unit 3 Project, a significant Assessment. Contact me with any questions and do your best.

    Invest yourself responsibly in producing a great Unit 3 Project, a significant Assessment. Contact me with any questions and do your best.

     

    Day 21

    Day 22

    Day 23

    Day 24

    Day 25

    Opening

    Write your answer to Question A on a GDoc in the GC assignment: Unit 4 Journal A.

    Which Hispanic travel destinations do you know about? 

    Write your answer to Question B on a GDoc in the GC assignment: Unit 4 Journal A.

    What would you bring on a trip to two different Hispanic destinations?

     

    Write your answer to  Question C on a GDoc in the GC assignment: Unit 4 Journal A.

    How does the environment influence your choice of two Hispanic destinations?

    Write your answer to Question D on a GDoc in the GC assignment: Unit 4 Journal A.

    Which Hispanic foods would you like to eat there?

    Review and organize your answers to the questions on a GDoc named Unit 4 Journal A and submit to the GC assignment space.

    Work Session

    Read and translate the Unit 4 Vocabulary Packet GDoc assigned on G. Classroom. Submission due Friday, 4/25/20 @ 11:59 PM

    Read and translate the Unit 4 Vocabulary Packet GDoc assigned on G. Classroom. Submission due Friday, 4/25/20 @ 11:59 PM

    Read and translate the Unit 4 Vocabulary Packet GDoc assigned on G. Classroom. Submission due Friday, 4/25/20 @ 11:59 PM

    Read and translate the Unit 4 Vocabulary Packet GDoc assigned on G. Classroom. Submission due Friday, 4/25/20 @ 11:59 PM

    Review your Unit 4 Vocabulary Packet  and ensure that you have completed all components of the assignment. Submit by 11:59 pm.

    Closing

    View and study the instructional content on Voces DL: Chp. 18:

    Introducción a República Dominicana.

    Assigned in Voces.

    View and study the instructional content on Voces DL: Chp. 18:

    El viaje y el hotel

    Assigned in Voces.

    View and study the instructional content on Voces DL: Chp. 18:

    Contigo/Conmigo

    Assigned in Voces.

    View and study the instructional content on Voces  DL:    Chp. 18:

    Nota cultural: All-inclusive Resorts

    AND

    Los verbos irregulares en el pretérito.

    Assigned in Voces.

    Review your Voces DL Assignments and ensure that they are submitted by Friday, 4/24 @ 11:59 pm.

     

    Day 26: 4/27/20

    Day 27

    Day 28

    Day 29

    Day 30

    Opening

    Write your answer to Task A  in the GC assignment: Unit 4 Journal B. 

    Write your answer to Task B in the GC assignment: Unit 4 Journal B.

     

    Write your answer to  Task C in the GC assignment: Unit 4 Journal B.

     

    Write your answer to  Task D in the GC assignment: Unit 4 Journal B.

     

    Review and organize your answers to the questions on a GDoc named Unit 4 Journal B and submit to the GC assignment space.

    Work Session

    View and Complete Voces DL, Chp. 18: República Dominicana –Lectura AND Presentaciones- ¿Qué hicieron?.

    Due 5/1/20 at 11:59 PM.

    View and Complete Voces DL, Chp. 18: República Dominicana –Actividad 1: El viaje y el hotel 1 AND Actividad 2: El viaje y el hotel 2.

    Due 5/1/20 at 11:59 PM.

    Complete Voces DL, Chp. 18: República Dominicana –Actividad 3: El viaje y el hotel 3 AND Actividad 4: El viaje y el hotel 4. Due 5/1/20 at 11:59 PM.

    Complete Voces DL, Chp. 18: República Dominicana – Videos:Sustantivos de transporte, Videos: Overview of Dominican Republic, AND Panorama: La Virgen de la Altagracia. Due 5/1/20 11:59 pm.

    Review your Voces DL assignments, study and improve them repeatedly, then submit. Due 5/1/20 at 11:59 PM.

     

     

     

    Closing

     

    Compose an investigative Short Answer document entitled Travel Destinations of Latin America.

    Day 1: What are the most well- known and popular travel destinations in Latin America? Which of them interest you most? Five sentence minimum.

     

    Compose an investigative Short Answer document entitled Travel Destinations of Latin America.

    Day 2: What are three less well- known travel destinations in Latin America? Which of them interest you most? Five sentence minimum.

     

    Compose an investigative Short Answer document entitled Travel Destinations of Latin America.

    Day 3: Describe FIVE differences you would experience between a trip to Macchu Picchu, Peru and Puerto Rico. Five sentence minimum.

     

    Compose an investigative Short Answer document entitled Travel Destinations of Latin America.

    Day 4: How can tourism support and/or endanger the communities that host travelers? Five sentence minimum.

     

    Review your Short Answer GDoc: Travel Destinations of Latin America. Each day’s entry requires FIVE sentences each or more. Answers are written in English. Submit to the GC assignment with the same title, 5/1/20 @ 11:59pm.