The most basic form of a verb in English is called infinitive. You can spot infinitives because they have the word to in front of them: - To swim, to walk, to read In Spanish infinitives don´t have a separate word like to in front of them. They are only one word and always end in –ar., -er, or –ir. - Hablar, Correr, Escribir.
¿Qué te gusta hacer? What do you like to do? Me gusta- I like No me gusta - I dont like Me encanta – I love it También - too Pero – But Me gusta mas –I like more No me gusta nada –I do not like it at all A mi tampoco- Me either
On a piece of a construction paper you will make a collage of pictures of things you like to do and things you don´t like to do. On one side you will have only things you like to do. On the other side you will have things you don´t like to do. On a separate sheet of paper you will explain each side using this chapter´s vocabulary. Use slide 10 to guide you. You will present to the classroom by first introducing yourself, explaining when your birthday is and then talking about you like and what you don´t like to do.
Score 5Score 8Score 10 How much information you communicate orally. You mention one detailed example in each category (likes and dislikes). You don´t introduce yourself or mention your age. You mention four activities in the two categories. (Likes and dislikes). You forget to introduce yourself or to mention your age. You mention five or more activities in the two categories. (Likes and dislikes). You introduce yourself and mention your age. How easily you are understood You are difficult to understand and have many patterns of grammatical errors. You are fairly easy to understand with occasional patterns of grammatical errors. You are very easy to understand and have very few to none grammatical errors. How clearly and neatly your visuals show your likes and dislikes Your visuals are unclear and not neatly done. Your visuals are fairly well made and communicate your likes and dislikes. Your visuals are very neat and clear and show your likes and dislikes clearly. Do you meet all requirements? You use 2 of the requirements You use 2 or 3 of the requirements You use 4 or more of the requirements Assignment Rubric