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Pick up a sheet and Please sign in…
Bienvenidos a la clase de Español
Jajajajajjajajjaja ¿Listos? ¡¡¡¡¡¡ Chistes!!!!
For her PISO mind (peace of; un piso = floor (level) of building. Why did the Spanish woman who was afraid of heights live on the lowest floor of tall buildings.
Un poco sobre mi Sra. DL
Yo soy de Arizona I am from Arizona Mi familia es de México. My family is from Mexico.
Vengo de una familia grande. I come from a big family. Yo tengo una familia chica. I have a small family.
Yo fui a Weinberg( k-6). Después fui a Chandler High (C-town; 10-12) Luego fui a Bogle Junior high(7-9).
En 1998 estudié en el colegio CGCC por dos años. Terminé en la ASU en Desde 2003 he enseñado, Trabajé por cinco años en Basha y ahora estoy aquí en Perry. In 1998 I studied at Chandler- Gilbert Community College for 2 years. I finished up at ASU in 2003 I have been teaching since I worked at Basha for 5 years and now I am here at Perry.
Me gradué de GCU con maestría esta primavera de 2014 I just graduated with my masters from GCU in Spring of 2014
La clase Agenda/Objectives: On the board. Students will start writing down the objectives weekly at the top of their agenda sheet. Warm ups: will happen ever day and the students will write them on their Agenda sheet. Homework: Mon-Friday: They will write it down every day and I will come around and stamp. Friday’s will usually be to study or projects. Give them some weekend time for other classes, sports and FAMILY TIME! (sometimes I may need to though) *Studying (MEMORIZING vocab and grammar) 5-10 minutes every day will make a big impact on their success. Absent policy: All extra work will be put on the wall. Easy access for all students. They have up to one week to turn in absent work. No late work accepted. Through out the year: There will be videos, projects, worksheets, quizzes, exams, games, music, reading. Listeing, speaking and writing through out the year. Avancemos is the text book we will be using. Hometutor
My goal in Honors Spanish 3 is to have every student be confident with their speaking, reading, writing and listening skills by the end of the year. Honors Spanish 3 students will read novels, listen to music and other authentic materials, write in journals and be challenged to express ideas all in the Spanish language. Honors- Students that are in an Honors section will be held to a higher standard of attendance, behavior and work ethic. “Honors” means the course is one of high distinction. The course has a “quicker”/all spanish pace and requires more independent preparation.
Dual enrollment is offered at the Spanish 3 level. Students have the opportunity to earn high school credit as well as college credit. Participating in Dual enrollment is NOT a requirement. Honors 3 students will receive the dual enrollment packet the week of the 28 th and will need to be turned into me by August 8th if they choose to participate. Payments however will not be due until around September 17th. Please visit the following CGCC website for more information. Period 1 - Fall SPA 101 # Spring SPA 102 #35674 Period 5 - Fall SPA 101 # Spring SPA 102 # 35675
Keep an eye on my website. Will be updated through out the year.
Student commitment needed EACH week: Practice vocabulary and grammar EVERY NIGHT Do all homework assignments (assigned daily) PREPARE and Study for OTEGS (Opportunity to Enhance your grade! exams/quizzes) IN ADVANCE Show motivation/desire to learn a foreign language.
¿Qué necesitan para la clase? Necesitan… Supplies list: 1. Notebook: will be used for... Vocabulary, homework, Notes, Class work, journaling 2. Binder (can share with other classes) 3. 5 tabs: 1) vocabulary sheets, 2) notes, 3) classwork 4) homework 5) projects/MISC 4. Pencil pouch with the following inside: (it will be kept at school, so please put name in Sharpie on it. ) markers, crayons OR colored pencils, a glue stick, a dry erase board marker, scissors, and a grading utensil. 5. Extra Paper 6. Mechanical Pencils preferred, pens. 7. Notecards (3X5) Keep some in back pack but the rest can be kept at home 8. Spanish/English dictionary (optional to have at home as well: Markers, glue, poster board, artsy fartsy supplies ( we will be doing projects throughout the year) Wish list: hand sanitizer, Lysol wipes, Kleenex, paper towels Students must always come prepared to class with all the necessary tools
¡ BIENVENIDOS AL ESPAÑOL! Ways Y-O-U can help your Perry Puma learn Spanish Ask what s/he is currently studying. Ask your student to TEACH YOU what s/he is learning Review weekly vocabulary with your student. (It’s fun!) Encourage your student to come for tutoring. Encourage your student to study outside of class time. Encourage them to give you at least 10 minutes EVER DAY of reviewing and studying their notes, grammar, vocabulary and speaking minutes makes a huge impact on their success throughout the year. Encourage your student to utilize the language in everyday situations. (texting, , a restaurant, church, etc..). “You don’t use it, you lose it” Encourage your student to make flash cards, to read aloud, to ask questions, and do whatever else necessary (i.e. watch movies, read books, listen to music in the target language) to succeed as the curriculum progressively increases in difficulty. Encourage your student to have fun with the language. PMA EVERDAY! They can learn many things that interest them in the target language. Encourage your student to NEVER GIVE UP and to TAKE RISKS. Everyone who speaks multiple languages make mistakes. Mistakes are good, that’s how we learn. We all sound silly sometimes, make grammatical errors, but learning a foreign language is like a sport. PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE. But one shouldn’t practice till they get it right; one should practice until they can’t get it wrong. Instructor: Sra. Carina De La Torre-Labbe Phone: Website: Tutoring is available Monday – Thursday 2:15-3:15 Monday: C212Tuesday: C220Wednesday: C221 Thursday: C213
I know Spanish could be a little difficult to learn but with the right attitude (PMA) and right amount of effort, your student can do amazing! They just have to remember: Learning a foreign language takes motivation, commitment, and LOTS of practice. Strong study skills are one of the biggest factors for success in the classroom. Stay dedicated, complete required work, be consistently present, demonstrate commitment and desire to learn, take part in class discussion and activities and remember that GRADES are earned and not given.
DON’T QUIT When things go wrong, as they sometimes will, When the road you're trudging seems all up hill, When the funds are low and the debts are high, And you want to smile, but you have to sigh, When care is pressing you down a bit, Rest! if you must; but don't you quit. Life is queer with its twists and turns, As everyone of us sometimes learns, And many a failure turns about When he might have won had he stuck it out; Don't give up, though the pace seems slow; You might succeed with another blow. Often the goal is nearer than It seems to a faint and faltering man, Often the struggler has given up When he might have captured the victor's cup. And he learned too late, when the night slipped down, How close he was to the golden crown. Success is failure turned inside out; The silver tint of the clouds of doubt; And you never can tell how close you are, It may be near when it seems afar; So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit; It's when things seem worst that you mustn't quit.
Thank you for coming!!!! All of this will be on my website. Go to….www.classzone.com for any extra practice
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