• Frases Posesivas

    Posted by Katie Baker on 11/7/2019

    **DUE: Tuesday, November 12

    Possessive phrases are pretty simple, so you only have 4 minutes of homework this week.  Watch this quick video and fill out the notes in your homework packet.

    https://youtu.be/f-6bTBqmu-Q

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  • Adjetivos Posesivos

    Posted by Katie Baker on 10/31/2019

    **Due: Tuesday, November 5

    As a follow-up to our lesson about adjectives, watch this short video about Possessive Adjectives.

    https://youtu.be/wQcUBae3Vp8

    Then, take notes in your packet and come prepared to discuss on Tuesday.

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  • Adjetivos Locos

    Posted by Katie Baker on 10/18/2019
    DUE: Tuesday, October 22, 2019
     
    This video explains those crazy Spanish adjectives.  Follow along with your homework assignment to reach a basic understanding of adjectives in 10 minutes.  Fill in your notes and come prepared to practice on Tuesday.
     
    Here is the video you MUST watch for class. Don't fake it!
     
     
     
    Here is another explanation if you need it:
     
    And a practice activity (optional):
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  • Nouns!

    Posted by Katie Baker on 10/9/2019
    DUE: Tuesday, October 15
     
    You may have heard me mention "feminine" and "masculine" nouns in class, but what's the difference, really?  This video explains how to tell which is which, when to use "el" and "la," and how to make a singular noun plural.  Follow along with your homework assignment to reach a basic understanding of nouns in 10 minutes.  Fill in your notes on your homework packet and come prepared to discuss on Tuesday.
     
    Here is the video you must watch for class:
     
     
    Here is another explanation if you need more help:
     
     
    And here is a written explanation if you can't make youtube work:
     
    Here is a game for extra practice:
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  • Me Gusta!

    Posted by Katie Baker on 10/2/2019
    Due: October 8, 2019
     
    Please head on over here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hZRU685re8&feature=youtu.be and learn about the verb GUSTAR.  Fill out your notes and come prepared to practice on Tuesday.
     
     
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  • Pronouncing Que Qui Gue and Gui

    Posted by Katie Baker on 9/25/2019

    **DUE: Tuesday, October 1

    https://youtu.be/OEg7XlEd6DY

    This week's video is the last one in the series on pronunciation.  Spend 5 minutes to learn these last few letter combinations in Spanish, and you will be a master of pronunciation (and a better speller and reader to boot)!

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  • Pronouncing J and H

    Posted by Katie Baker on 9/19/2019
    DUE: Tuesday, September 24
     
     Now that you have an idea of how to pronounce Spanish vowels, it is time to add in some consonants.  Watch this 4 minute video about the letters J and H and practice pronouncing the words given.  Fill out the accompanying section of your homework packet and be prepared to practice this skill in class.
     
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  • Pronouncing C and G

    Posted by Katie Baker on 9/13/2019

    **DUE: September 17, 2019

    https://youtu.be/tHvCxW_JD1c

    This week's video explains the pronunciation of C and G, which seem easy but are actually the most complex letters in Spanish.  Don't skip this one!  Watch the whole thing, complete the embedded practice exercises and fill in your notes for this section.

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  • Pronouncing LL and RR

    Posted by Katie Baker on 9/4/2019
    Hola estudiantes!  
     
    DUE: September 10, 2019
     
    This week's flipped assignment introduces the more unusual Spanish letters.  Do the practice exercises and take notes in your packet.
     
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  • Pronouncing Spanish Vowels

    Posted by Katie Baker on 8/28/2019
    DUE: Tuesday, September 3
     
    Hi guys!  For this first week's flipped assignment, please watch this video I made about pronouncing Spanish vowels.  I think it will be helpful for many of you who struggle to sound out your new vocabulary words.  Please watch the video in full and complete the notes in your Q1 homework packet.
     
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