December 21, 2012
Like I said in class today/yesterday....you all did a fabulous job writing complex subjunctive sentences about Sweet 15. Frankly, I plan to save them and use the as models for future students. You worked very hard over the last week+. Each of you made many mistakes, but you also continually improved your writing and sentence structure, in most cases nearly to the point of "perfection." I am really proud of your efforts! I hope you have a great break. No homework in Spanish! Well, no formal homework, but if you get the urge or want to keep the flame lit, take a minute or two over break to listen to a song in Spanish or tune into channel 18 (often called the "Spanish Cannel," but really called Univision) or text a friend in Spanish or anything else you can imagine. !Disfruten!
December 20, 2012
December 19, 2012
December 17, 2012
You'll note in Google Drive/Docs that I bold some of your words, usually verbs. This means there is a problem with what I've bolded. Also, in the upper right above your document contents, you'll see a Comment button next to the Share button. Click on the Comment button to see more feedback. I will work on block 3 tonight and block 6 tomorrow.
Continue writing and improving your sentences about Sweet 15. You must open, add to and edit your document before the next class to receive homework credit. If you are not using Google Drive/Docs, then you must email me your changes before our next class. Here are suggested changes:
- Write more sentences
- Be sure your sentences meet the project requirements
- Use the handout from class today as a guide and check to be sure each of your sentences includes all of the 5 major components necessary to be a good subjunctive sentence
- Try using sorprender as I explained in class, here is more of an explanation
- Email me questions or write your questions for me in your Google Doc
- Remember you final sentences are due Thursday and Friday
December 14, 2012
December 11, 2012
December 4, 2012
Go to estudio.quia.com, login and go to Chapter 3 of the eBook.
- Go to Vocabulario 1 and complete activities 1, 2, and 4
- Go to Vocabulario 2 and complete activites 1-4, & 6 (note that in activity 2 some of the questions use the preterite past and future tenses.