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Entrada: ¿Qué estudian? (Entrance: What do they study?) Write the date and title, and log the entry in your table of contents. Then write the sentences using conjugated forms of the verb estudiar. Español 1 El 18 de octubre de 2013
Instructions for Foldable Verb Chart Folding & Cutting: – Take one blank sheet of printer paper. – Fold the paper in half width-wise (hamburger style). – Fold it in half again, this time length-wise (hot dog style). – You should now have a strip of paper. – Fold the strip of paper in half width-wise (hamburger). – Fold it in half again width-wise (hamburger). – You should now have a small but thick rectangle. – Unfold your paper; it should have 16 boxes—4 across by 4 down. – Keeping the paper in landscape (wide) orientation, fold the left side and the right side to the center to create flaps. – Cut along the folds on each flap to create 4 small flaps on each side.
Instructions for Foldable Verb Chart Coloring & Labeling: – You will need use 6 different colors on your chart. The 3 rd and 4 th flap on the left will be the same color, and the 3 rd and 4 th flap on the right will be the same (other) color. You may either write your labels using the 6 colors or you may color the background. – With the flaps closed, label the outside of each flap with the Spanish subject pronoun and the person number (1 st, 2 nd, or 3 rd ). – Open the flaps and label the inside of each flap with the English subject pronouns. – In the center boxes, create three columns labeled -ar, -er, and -ir. In each column, label each box with the verb ending for the subject pronoun.
Closed Instructions for Foldable Verb Chart 1 yo 1 nosotros nosotras 2 tú 2 vosotros vosotras 2 usted (Ud.) 2 ustedes (Uds.) 3 él ella 3 ellos ellas
Open Instructions for Foldable Verb Chart I AR ER IR o o o AR ER IR amos emos imos we you (familiar) as es es áis éis ís you all (familiar, used in Spain & in literature) you (formal) a e e an en en you all he she a e e an en en they