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Hoy es lunes, el 16 de marzo. Esponja: Use your notes and explain how to say each of the following words in Spanish: 1. I 2. the man 3. we 4. they (all girls) 5. the boy 6. He If you were absent on Friday, please see Ms. T! Presentations due tomorrow!
Tener = “to have” yo tengo = I havenosotros tenemos = we have tú tienes = you have (fam.)vosotros tenéis = you all have él/ella tiene = he/she hasellos/ellas tienen = they have usted tiene = you have (for.)ustedes tienen = you all have
When you want to describe a person’s physical appearance, you usethe word and the correct form of “ser”. For example: To say, “Mom is tall.” You have to combine: Mom = mamá Is = es (3rd person of “ser”) Tall = alta (remember: mom’s a girl) Mamá es alta.
We’ll be working on creating descriptions for the rest of today. You will write at least 2 sentences (one with ser, one with tener) for 3 different people You need include 3 different forms (from: yo, tú, él, ella, usted, nosotros, ellos, ellas, ustedes) Starting next Wednesday, you will be asked to describe two people from memory This means you will include the two descriptions you have written for each person You can bring a visual aid with pictures or details written in English (no Spanish!)
Standard 2.1 (Speaking) ______ Student provides 3+ detailed descriptions of 2+ people. Descriptions include 3+ forms of ser and tener as well as vocabulary not learned in class. Pronunciation is accurate and there are no errors in grammar. Student provides 2 descriptions of each person. Descriptions include ser and tener in at least 2 forms. There are few errors in pronunciation and grammar. Student attempts to describe person or only includes one description for each person. Descriptions do not include both ser and tener or include only one form. Errors in pronunciation grammar that make the descriptions difficult to understand. Student does not describe each person or provides only pieces of information. Descriptions do not include both ser and tener. Errors in pronunciation and grammar make the descriptions impossible to understand.
Hoy es martes, el 17 de marzo. Esponja: ¿Cómo se dice? 1. She is tall and red-headed. 2. My grandpa has brown hair. 3. The sisters are pretty. 4. My cousins are short. 5. The mother is blonde. 6. We have blue eyes. 7. The boy is ugly and skinny. Let’s start presenting! While people are presenting, you have a task. Listen to Ms. T explain what YOUR job is! Do not chew gum in class. DEFINITELY do not stick it to desks.
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Hoy es jueves, el 19 de marzo. Esponja: 1. What is a topic sentence? 2. Using a signal word, compare cats and dogs. 3. Using a signal word, contrast cats and dogs. 4. Using a NEW signal word, compare Cheetos and Doritos. 5. Using a NEW signal word, contrast Cheetos and Doritos. 6. Using another NEW signal word, compare yourself to a shoulder partner (be nice!). 7. Using another NEW signal word, contrast yourself and a should partner (be nice!).
Hoy es viernes, el 20 de marzo. No esponja today! Let’s start by talking about your compare and contrast paragraphs. What went well? What needs to be improved? How can you practice? Then, we will finish presentations! Don’t forget—on Monday, you will write a compare and contrast paragraph on the native groups you heard about!