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Hoy es lunes, el 13 de octubre. Esponja: Answer the following questions: 1. How many continents have Spanish-speaking countries? 2. On which continent is Argentina located? 3. Which is the only Spanish-speaking country located in Africa? 4. Name two countries in North America that don’t speak Spanish. 5. Where is Central America? 6. On which continent is Mexico located?
1. Fill out the Venn Diagram (with a partner) Include information from two native civilizations Include at least 3 comparisons and 3 contrasts Where did they live? When did they exist? What was one important activity from the group? 2. Write your Compare and Contrast paragraph (on yourself) You must include all of the comparisons and contrasts from your diagram Include at least 5 compare or contrast signal words
Hoy es martes, el 14 de octubre. No esponja! 1. Take your seat. 2. Take out a pen or pencil and clear everything else off your desk. 3. You will receive your assessment from yesterday. 4. You have 45 minutes to finish your paragraph. 5. Use your time wisely! On Thursday, we will be going to the computer lab!
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Hoy es miércoles, el 15 de octubre. Esponja: 1. Name two Spanish-speaking countries on the continent of South America. 2. Name two Spanish-speaking countries in Central America. 3. What continent is Spain a part of? 4. What is one country in South America that doesn’t speak Spanish? Tomorrow, we will be going to the computer lab! DON’T FORGET ABOUT YOUR MAP QUIZ ON FRIDAY!
Mapuche Olmecs Nazca Tainos Hauri Chincha Quechua Guarani Aymara Pipil Lenca Toltec Chavin Zapotecs Paracas Mixtec Huastec Totonec Here are the guiding questions for your research—write them down!: 1.Briefly describe the group or tribe you chose. 2.What country/countries were they a part of? 3.How did they impact the country where they lived? 4.What were some activities or practices they did? 5.What was something unusual or interesting you learned about this group? 6.What happened to this group? (Do they still exist?) You will have 2-5 minutes to speak on this topic. Be ready!