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1 Tu día en la escuela Capítulo 2A
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2 Preparación para el 13 de octubre Google Classroom Semana #9
1st period: This is an oral activity. Vocabulario en contexto (página 74 y 75) 1. How do you say period in Spanish? 2. What classes do you have from the ones listed on page 74? 3. What classes are difíciles for you? 4. Which class is interesante for you?

3 Chapter 1 Retakes 1. Turn in any missing assignments from chapter.
2. Come to two re-teaching sessions. 3. Take the retake on the week of October 20th.

4 ¿Qué es un amigo? Find what other expressions are used to say friend in Spanish-speaking countries. México España Cuba Honduras Uruguay Costa Rica Guatemala Venezuela Colombia Nicaragua El Salvador Chile Panamá Ecuador Bolivia Paraguay República Dominicana Puerto Rico Perú Argentina

5 México Puerto Rico Bolivia Colombia Guatemala

6 Chapter Objectives 1. Talk about school schedules and subjects.
2. Discuss what students do during the day. 3. Ask and tell who is doing an action. 4. Compare your school with that of a student in a Spanish-speaking country.

7 Vocabulario en contexto
jcd-0287 1. El horario de Alicia 2. tengo (I have) tarea (homework) estudio (I study) necesito (I need) carpeta de argolla (three-ring binder)

8 Vocabulario en contexto
Actividad 1 ¿Sí o no? 1-6 Actividad 2 El horario de Alicia 1-9

9 Vocabulario en uso Completa (Complete) las actividades 6 y 7 en la página 79. (orales)

10 Mi horario Copy the chart from the following slide.
Write your class schedule in Spanish. You will need: A dictionary or your textbook Color pencils Copy paper We’ll use these schedules for other activities.

11 Mi horario Hora Clase Profesor(a) Asesoramiento “ ” Varea (it varies)
“ ” Enriquecimiento Varea (it varies) *el señor Mr. el Sr. *la señora Mrs. la Sra. *la señorita Ms. la Srta.

12 Tarea (homework) Study the vocabulary on pages 74-75.
Finish your class schedule. Watch the following video and know at least three Spanish subject pronouns by Wednesday. https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=4gg1soO1CUQ

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14 Preparación para el 13 de octubre Google Classroom Semana #9
Completa la actividad 9 en la página 80. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

15 Actividad escrita (written activity)
En tus apuntes: Completa la actividad A en la página 41 de la hoja de trabajo (worksheet). Completa la página 42. Don’t write on worksheets!!!!

16 Repasar la tarea (Review homework)
Study the vocabulary on pages Finish your class schedule. Turn them in right now. Watch the following video and know at least three Spanish subject pronouns by Wednesday. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gg1so O1CUQ

17 Actividad Close your textbook.
Don’t talk or look at other people’s answers. Write THREE Spanish pronouns.

18 Subjects (sujetos) The subject of a sentence tells who is doing the action. You often use people’s name as the subject: Carlos loves his Spanish class! Jonny and Jordan have Spanish 1 third period. Saúl has six classes.

19 We can also substitute the person’s name with a subject pronoun.
Subjects (sujetos) We can also substitute the person’s name with a subject pronoun. He loves his Spanish class! They have Spanish 1 third period. He has six classes.

20 Plural (two or more people)
Singular (one person) Plural (two or more people) 1st person You are talking about yourself or a group you’re included in 2nd person You are talking directly to the person 3rd person You are talking to someone about another person or other people

21 Subject Pronouns Singular Plural I 1st person We You 2nd person
You all He She It 3rd person They

22 Los pronombres personales singulares en español
I (yo) 1st person You (tú) *(usted) 2nd person He (él) She (ella) *it isn’t a subject pronoun in Spanish 3rd person

23 Repaso (Review)

24 Tarea (homework) Study your notes on subject pronouns and the singular subject pronouns in Spanish. Complete the homework portion of the warm ups. 5th period-week 9 due on Monday by 8 am. Google Classroom Explain in your own words when subject pronouns are used. Write one sentence in Spanish for each singular subject pronoun. (to have: yo tengo, tú tienes, él/ella/ usted tiene) (to be: yo soy, tú eres, él/ella/usted es)

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26 Preparación para el 20 de octubre Week 10 (warm up sheet)
1st, 2nd or 3rd person 1. Oprah was born in Mississippi. 2. We drive to Boston every year. 3. You all need to take notes in class. 4. He is going to win the race. 5. I’m from Merced.

27 Repasar la tarea Finish the Power Point and study your notes on subject pronouns and the singular subject pronouns in Spanish. Complete the homework portion of the warm ups. 5th period-week 9 due on Monday by 8 am. Google Classroom Explain in your own words when subject pronouns are used. Write one sentence in Spanish for each singular subject pronoun. (to have: yo tengo, tú tienes, él/ella/ usted tiene) (to be: yo soy, tú eres, él/ella/usted es)

28 Tarea (homework) These assignments were due today by 8 am in Google Classroom. DON’T turn them in during class because you will earn a zero!

29 Los pronombres personales singulares en español
I (yo) 1st person You (tú) *(usted) 2nd person He (él) She (ella) *it isn’t a subject pronoun in Spanish 3rd person

30 What’s the difference between tú and usted?
Do you remember this from the preliminary chapter?

31 The two ways to say “you” in Spanish
Informal Speak to friends, family, people of your own age, children, and pets Formal Abbreviation Ud. Used to show respect Speak to people who you don’t know well, older people, and people in positions of authority. Usted

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33 Preparación para el 21 de octubre Week 10 (warm up sheet)
1. What are the Spanish singular subject pronouns? 2. When do you use tú? 3. When do you use Ud.? 4. What differences have you noticed between the English and Spanish singular Spanish pronouns?

34 The two ways to say “you” in Spanish
Informal Speak to friends, family, people of your own age, children, and pets Formal Abbreviation Ud. Used to show respect Speak to people who you don’t know well, older people, and people in positions of authority. Usted

35 Plural subject pronouns
1st person We (nosotros) * (nosotras-you are a female and you are in a group of females)

36 Plural subject pronouns
2nd person You all (ustedes) *(vosotros-informal-you are talking to a group of people) *(vosotras-informal-you are talking to a group of females)

37 Plural subject pronouns
3rd person They (ellos-you are talking about a group of men or of both genders) * (ellas-you are talking about a group of females)

38 Singular Plural I (yo) 1st person We (nosotros) * (nosotras) You (tú) *(usted) 2nd person You all (ustedes) *(vosotros) * (vosotras) He (él) She (ella) 3rd person They (ellos) * (ellas)

39 Actividades Página 83 Actividades 10, 11 y 12

40 Tarea (homework) Complete the worksheet on my website. Write your answers on your notes.

41 We’ll be working on a cultural activity for the next several classes.
Today we’ll complete an introductory activity.

42 How do you define tradition?
Think and Share How do you define tradition?

43 Traditions The handing down of statements, beliefs,
legends, customs, information, etc., from  generation to generation, especially by word of mouth or by practice.

44 What traditions do you have?
Think and Share What traditions do you have?

45 Make a Guide to Your Traditions
Scan the handout you received. You will be making a guide to your personal and/or family ritual! You need to answer all of the questions in complete sentences. Use the backside if you need more space to write on.

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47 Preparación para el 23 de octubre Week 10 (warm up sheet)
Write the subject pronouns in Spanish. 1. you all-Spain 2. You-formal 3. We-masculine 4. He 5. They-feminine

48 Tarea (homework) Complete the worksheet on my website. Write your answers on your notes. Are there any questions?

49 Subject Pronouns Quiz Write the correct Spanish pronoun(s) for each of the English subject pronouns.
Singular Plural I 1st person We 6. 7. You 2. 3. 2nd person You 8. 9. 10. He She 3rd person They 11. 12.

50 The fundamental parts of the Spanish verb
1 The infinitive (el infinitivo): The basic and unconjugated form of a verb. The one that corresponds to the English “to do” (something). For example: to speak, to work, to sing, to cry, to fight, etc.

51 The fundamental parts of the Spanish verb
The Spanish infinitive always ends in r hablar comer escribir cantar aprender leer salir conocer costar correr finalizar freír

52 The fundamental parts of the Spanish verb
2 The ending (la terminación): The last two letters of the infinitive.

53 The Three Infinitive Endings
-ar (most common) -er -ir (least common) hablar (to talk) comer (to eat) salir (to go out) comprar (to buy) beber (to drink) escribir (to write) cantar (to sing) aprender (to learn) vivir (to live)

54 The fundamental parts of the Spanish verb
3 The stem or root (la raíz): Whatever is left after removing the ending from the infinitive.

55 Examples of Stems hablar habl- cantar cant- beber beb- comer com-
vivir  viv- salir sal-

56 The fundamental parts of the verb
¡No te olvides! Don't forget! 1 The infinitive (el infinitivo): The basic, unconjugated form of the verb. 2 The ending (la terminación): The last two letters of the infinitive. The stem (la raíz): What is left after taking the ending from the infinitive. 3

57 Tarea (homework) Study the notes from today’s class (infinitive, ending, and stem).

58 Some of your traditions were...
Opening one present before Christmas Go to Bishop’s Pumpkin Farm every fall Camping The Grand Easter Day Family Christmas Party Saturday Pancakes Having Thanksgiving on Wednesday Birthday Mornings

59 Some of your traditions were...
Opening one present on Christmas Eve Celebrate New Year’s Eve Camping in Point Reyes for Thanksgiving Eat Mexican food on Christmas Signing a tablecloth Super Bowl Party Yearly family trip to Disneyland Go to Dillon Beach for birthdays

60 El Día de los Muertos K W L 1. 2. 3. What I know What I want to know
What I learned 1. 2. 3.

61 El Día de los Muertos mole pan de muerto ofrenda calavera
Look up the identifications and write what you learned on your notes. mole pan de muerto ofrenda calavera All Saints Day’ and All Souls’ Day

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63 El Día de los Muertos mole pan de muerto ofrenda calavera
Look up the identifications and write what you learned on your notes. mole pan de muerto ofrenda calavera All Saints Day’ and All Souls’ Day

64 Ofrenda/Offering Items are offered out of love and respect, not fear of their family’s spirit. Calaveras Flowers Toys for the children, and favorite foods the adults enjoyed in life. Pan de muerto Paper banners (papel picado)

65 Homework 1. Bring an ofrenda for our altar.
2.Bring your own color pencils, markers or anything you want to add to your calavera mask.

66 El Día de los Muertos Many Mexican and Mexican American, and others, celebrate the Day of the Dead during which the souls of the dead return to the world of the living. It is a joyful holiday with gatherings held in graveyards, ofrendas built for deceased loved ones, and children eating sugar skulls with their names of them.

67 You will take a quiz. El Día de los Muertos
1. When is this celebrated? 2.Who was José Guadalupe Posada? 3. How were the Spaniards able to take control of Tenochtitlán? 4. When did México gain its independence? 5. Explain how this celebration originated? You will take a quiz.

68 All Saints' Day Is celebrated by Catholics on November 1st.
“It is an opportunity for believers to remember all saints and martyrs, known and unknown, throughout Christian history. As part of this day of obligation, believers are required to attend church and try not to do any servile work”. olydays/allsaints_1.shtml

69 All Souls' Day “All Souls' Day is marked on 2nd November (or the 3rd if the 2nd is a Sunday), directly following All Saints' Day, and is an opportunity for Roman Catholics and Anglo-Catholic churches to commemorate the faithful departed. They remember and pray for the souls of people who are in Purgatory - the place (or state) in which those who have died atone for their less grave sins before being granted the vision of God in Heaven ”. ydays/allsaints_1.shtml

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71 Preparación para el 28 de octubre Week 10 (oral)
1. What are the stems for the following verbs? ver nadar escribir 2. Name four infinitives that end in –ar. 3. What are the most common infinitives in Spanish?

72 The fundamental parts of the verb
¡No te olvides! Don't forget! 1 The infinitive (el infinitivo): The basic, unconjugated form of the verb. 2 The ending (la terminación): The last two letters of the infinitive. The stem (la raíz): What is left after taking the ending from the infinitive. 3

73 Present Tense The present tense (el tiempo presente) is used to report what happens often and to state facts. He works out at the gym for four hours every week. I eat bagels. It’s 10:30 am. Mary is sick. I’m short.

74 Singular Plural I (yo) 1st person We (nosotros) * (nosotras) You (tú) *(usted) 2nd person You all (ustedes) *(vosotros) * (vosotras) He (él) She (ella) 3rd person They (ellos) * (ellas)

75 A Review of the Subject Pronouns
What we learned In our textbooks Singular Plural Yo Nosotros(as) Ud. Uds. Él/ella Ellos/ellas Singular Plural yo Nosotros(as) Él/ella/Ud. Ellos/ellas/ Uds.

76 How do I conjugate regular –ar verbs in the present tense?
Step #1: Delete the ending (ar) of an –ar infinitve verb. cantarcant- hablar habl- mirarmir-

77 How do I conjugate regular –ar verbs in the present tense?
Step #2: Add the following endings to the stem. Singular Yo -o Tú -as Él -a Ella -a Usted -a

78 How do I conjugate hablar?
Add the following endings to the stem habl- Singular Yo hablo (I speak) Tú hablas (You speak) Él habla (he speaks) Ella habla (she speaks) Usted habla (you speak)

79 How do I conjugate cantar?
Add the following endings to the stem cant- Singular Yo canto (I sing) Tú cantas (You sing) Él canta (he sings) Ella canta (she sings) Usted canta (you sing)

80 How do I conjugate mirar?
Add the following endings to the stem mir- Singular Yo miro (I see) Tú miras (You see) Él mira (he sees) Ella mira (she sees) Usted mira (you see)

81 More conjugating Conjugate the verbs on your charts. Bailar-to dance
Dibujar-to draw Escuchar-to listen Montar-to ride Nadar-to swim Pasar-to pass by Patinar-to skate Trabajar-to work

82 Tarea (Homework) 1. Review your notes on how to conjugate regular –ar verbs in the present tense (singular pronouns). 2. Bring an ofrenda for our altar this week.

83 El Día de los Muertos You will take a quiz.
1. When is this celebrated? 2.Who was José Guadalupe Posada? 3. How were the Spaniards able to take control of Tenochtitlán? 4. When did México gain its independence? 5. Explain how this celebration originated? You will take a quiz. (8 points)

84 El Día de los Muertos Calavera Mask

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86 Preparación para el 30 de octubre Week 10 (oral)
1.When is the present tense used? 2. What are the two steps in conjugating regular –ar verbs in the present tense?

87 More conjugating Conjugate the verbs on your charts. Bailar-to dance
Dibujar-to draw Escuchar-to listen Montar-to ride Nadar-to swim Pasar-to pass by Patinar-to skate Trabajar-to work

88 How do I conjugate regular –ar verbs in the present tense?
Singular Yo -o Tú -as Él -a Ella -a Usted -a

89 How do I conjugate cantar?
Add the following endings to the stem cant- Singular Yo canto (I sing) Tú cantas (You sing) Él canta (he sings) Ella canta (she sings) Usted canta (you sing)

90 Tarea (Homework) 1. Review your notes on how to conjugate regular –ar verbs in the present tense (singular pronouns). 2. Finish conjugated the following verbs on your chart. (bailar, dibjuar, escuchar, montar, nadar, pasar, patinar, trabajar) 3. Bring an ofrenda for our altar this week.

91 El Día de los Muertos You will take a quiz.
1. When is this celebrated? 2. Who was José Guadalupe Posada? 3. How were the Spaniards able to take control of Tenochtitlán? 4. When did México gain its independence? 5. Explain how this celebration originated? You will take a quiz. (8 points)

92 Feasts: Day of the Dead You will watch two parts of the BBC World News documentary about this celebration. Our host, Stefan Gates, travels to state of Oaxaca in Mexico. As you watch the documentary, answer the following questions. A short discussion will follow.

93 Feasts: Day of the Dead Answer the questions in complete sentences.
1. What identifications that we studied did you hear about and see in the documentary? 2. How does the graveyard we see here differ from the ones in the U.S.? 3. How is mole prepared? 4. Why does Stefan cry? 5. Why is the Day of the Dead important?

94 Feasts: Day of the Dead Part 2/3 (18:40 mins)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFt8- WdstQA Part 3/3 (14:59 mins) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jl25Uf9R pdA

95 Día de los Muertos en Pátzcuaro
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAyx84Y 3twk (4:45 minutes)

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97 Dia de Los Muertos: A Brief Overview
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzaZidVr ebA

98 El Día de los Muertos K W L 1. 2. 3. What I know What I want to know
What I learned 1. 2. 3.

99 Are there any students who want to talk about their ofrenda to the class?

100 Preparación para el 4 de noviembre Week 11 (warm up sheet)
Are the following statements true or false? 1. Spanish has 12 subject pronouns. 2. Uds. is the third person plural. 3. Ud., él y ella have the same conjugations. 4. The first person plural is nosotros(as). 5. There are three steps in conjugating regular –ar verbs in the present tense.

101 How do I conjugate regular –ar verbs in the present tense?
Delete the ending (ar) of an –ar infinitive verb. Singular Yo -o Tú -as Él -a Ella -a Usted -a 1st step 2nd step

102 Repasar l tarea (review homework)
1. Review your notes on how to conjugate regular –ar verbs in the present tense (singular pronouns). 2. Finish conjugated the following verbs on your chart. (bailar, dibjuar, escuchar, montar, nadar, pasar, patinar, trabajar)

103 Translations Translate the following sentences in Spanish.
1. She draws a house. 2. I work at school. 3. He swims. 4. You (informal) speak English. 5. You (formal) pass the exam. 6. I skate.

104 How do I conjugate regular –ar verbs in the present tense
How do I conjugate regular –ar verbs in the present tense? (plural subject pronouns) Delete the ending (ar) of an –ar infinitive verb. Plural nosotros amos nosotras amos vosotros áis vosotras áis ellos an ellas an ustedes an 1st step 2nd step

105 More conjugating Conjugate the verbs on your charts for the plural subject pronouns. Bailar-to dance Dibujar-to draw Escuchar-to listen Montar-to ride Nadar-to swim Pasar-to pass by Patinar-to skate Trabajar-to work

106 How do I conjugate regular –ar verbs in the present tense?
Step #2: Add the following endings to the stem. Singular Plural Yo -o Nosotros -amos Nosotras Tú -as Vosotros(as) áis Él -a Ella -a Usted -a Ellos an Ellas an Ustedes -an

107 ¿Qué estudian? Complete activity 14 on page 85.

108 Tarea (homework) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmjWWp hCx5k
Study the conjugations of regular –ar verbs and watch this video.


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