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Spanish II Homework Week of December 11

Create a cartoon depicting a typical morning getting ready for school, contrasted with yesterday, which was a horrible day when everything went wrong.

Requirements

  1. Use reflexive verbs in the present and preterite. (At least 8 verbs)
  2. The cartoon should have 8-10 panels
  3. The cartoon must be hand drawn or traced. Lettering may be neatly hand-written or printed out, cut to size and glued onto the cartoon.
  4. Use a full sheet of poster board for the cartoon.
  5. Choose a recognizable cartoon or video game character, or create your own unique character

The assignment is due on Friday, December 15.

 

Spanish I Homework Week of December 11

Create a “Christmas Village” the size of a table. Work in groups of 3-4 people.

Include the following elements:

  1. A central plaza or town square
  2. un parque
  3. una piscina
  4. una escuela
  5. un cine
  6. una biblioteca
  7. un estadio
  8. una playa con agua
  9. un centro comercial
  10. una iglesia
  11. dos restaurantes
  12. una gasolinera
  13. una casa para cada estudiante en la clase
  14. una farmacia
  15. Por lo menos, seis calles

The table should be covered in white or blue bulletin board paper. Outlines for streets and buildings should be drawn in pencil and building names should be written in so that the display can be moved and reassembled easily.

Buildings may be constructed using poster board, paper, foam board or cardboard. They should be colored (computer-printed color is fine). Each building should have a label in Spanish.

We will spend Thursday and Friday of this week working on this project. Be sure to bring necessary materials with you to class (scissors, tape, building materials)

Spanish II: Central America Map

Create a map of Central America and the Spanish-speaking islands of the Caribbian. Label the countries, capital cities and bodies of water in Spanish.

Color your map with crayons, markers or colored pencils. Labels should be in fine-point marker, ink or printed.

Due Monday, November 20.

Spanish I Map of South America Homework

Create a poster with a map of South America, with Spanish labels for the country name, capital and bodies of water.

The poster should be colored using crayon, marker or colored pencil. Labels may be hand-written or printed out and glued/attached to the map.

It is not necessary to include the Guyanas, just the countries in the song we learned.

The map can be free-hand, or you can use an overhead or other projector to trace an image.

This assignment is due at the beginning of the period on Friday, November 17.

Notes on the verb GUSTAR

Rewrite the notes on GUSTAR for the plural noun HAMBURGERS.

GUSTAR – to please                        (Change gusta to gustan and la fruta to las hamburguesas)

Me gusta la fruta.                            The fruit (it) pleases me.

¿Te gusta la fruta?                           Does the fruit please you?

¿A Jane, le gusta la fruta?             Does the fruit please her (Jane)?

A Tarzan, le gusta la fruta.            The fruit pleases him (Tarzan).

A Usted, le gusta la fruta.             The fruit pleases you (formal).

Nos gusta la fruta.                           The fruit pleases us.

Os gusta la fruta                               The fruit pleases you all (peers, in Spain).

A ellos, les gusta la fruta.              The fruit pleases them (the guys/mixed group).
A ellas, les gusta la fruta.              The fruit pleases them (the girls)
A mis amigos, les gusta la fruta. The fruit pleases my friends.
A Ustedes, les gusta la fruta        The fruit pleases you all.
A Ben y a Tom, les gusta la fruta.               The fruit pleases them (Ben and Tom).

 

Change gusta to gustan                 Change la fruta to las hamburguesas.

Spanish I Homework: Survey Monkey

Create a survey about what people like and their personality.
10 question survey, 4 answer choices for each.

3 questions about personality.
2 questions about appearance
3 questions about (singular) things people like/dislike
2 questions about (plural) things people like/dislike

Más (more) o = or

1. ¿Eres alto(a)? 2. ¿De qué color es el pelo?
a. Sí, soy alto(a). a. Tengo el pelo ____
b. No, no soy alto(a). b. Soy pelirrojo(a)
c. Soy un poco alto(a).
d. Soy bastante alto(a) 3. ¿De qué color son los ojos?
e. No, soy bajo(a). Tengo los ojos azules

¿Te gusta el ajedrez? ¿Te gustan los animales?
Sí, me gusta el ajedrez. Sí, me gustan los animales.
No, no me gusta el ajedrez. No, no me gustan los animales.
El ajedrez es aburrido. Los animales son interesantes.
Sí, es muy divertido.

¿Te gusta más el ajedrez o el helado?
Me gusta más el helado.
Me gusta más el helado.
Me da iguial.
No sé.
Ni idea.

Spanish II: Sr. Wooly Assignment

Complete Sr. Wooly “Billy y Las Botas” through nugget 10 for Friday, October 27. Let me know if you have problems accessing your account.

Spanish I: Riddle Powerpoints

Create a power point with clues to the “secret identity” of a familiar cartoon character. Provide one clue on each page using vocabulary and structures we have learned in Chapters 1-2.
Examples include:
Es alto.
Es timido.
Es amarillo.
Tiene ojos azules.
Es de Calle Sesame.
Su amigo se llama Sr. Snuffleupagus.

On the final slide, include a picture of your mystery character and his/her name.

* If you want to write clues from the character’s point of view, that is fine, but be consistent from slide to slide.

Presentations will be shown during class on Tuesday, October 24.