Spanish Activities for the weeks of March 30th & April 6th:
This Assignment is Spread out over the next two weeks so students have enough time to complete it. Please put forth your best work! I am here for you if you have questions or need help.
- Review the Weather Vocabulary Video and Vocab Handout from last week.
- Work on your Weather & Seasons Project. Click on the link below to open up the Project Instructions and read over carefully. If possible, print up the Project Instructions - that will make it easier to follow along. There are 3 Steps total. Please follow them in order. Remember, you have the next two weeks to work on this project. Please reach out to me if you have any questions at all. I am here for you if you need help or are confused. For Step 3 you will be recording another FlipGrid Video. The link for your new FlipGrid response page is embedded in the Step 3 Directions. You will submit your Weather & Seasons book to me once we are back at school. ***Although this mini-Project is not due until April 9th, I highly recommend that students complete Steps 1 & 2 this week as per the instructions***. ***Also, if you feel that the writing might be too much for your child, you could always print up the vocabulary handout from last week and then cut and paste the Weather expressions in Spanish for their Weather/Seasons Book.***
- 2nd Grade Weather & Seasons Project Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/19TBEq_s78g-nHQU9VAhDYnQQLOaGfTPASjL181sh4M0/edit?usp=sharing
YOU CAN FIND ALL PREVIOUS REMOTE LEARNING ASSIGNMENTS BELOW. YOU CAN STILL COMPLETE AND SUBMIT FOR CREDIT EVEN IF YOU DID NOT DO THEM YET.
Spanish Activities for the Week of March 23rd.
1) Click on link below to watch a Video of Weather Vocabulary that I created. You may watch the Video as many times as you need to. Be sure to repeat the vocabulary out loud as you go along.
2) View/Print (if possible) the Handout on Weather Vocabulary. Click on the link below to view it. You will be using this Handout right up until Spring Break to complete assignments.
3) Use the FlipGrid Link below to record yourself telling me about today's weather in Spanish. Choose two weather expressions in Spanish from your Vocabulary sheet. Practice saying them out loud in Spanish before recording. You may refer back to my VidYard recording to practice. When you are ready to record, click on the FlipGrid link below. Then click on the green circle with the plus sign to add your FlipGrid Video about the weather. Be sure to include your name and class (Albanese, Boggs, Kenna, Kiley, Kolpack). If for any reason FlipGrid won't save, upload, etc - just send me an email and include the Video if you want. If you are uncomfortable submitting a video: Draw a picture depicting today's weather and write two weather sentences in Spanish. Take a picture of it and then send it to me in an email.
Spanish Activities for the Week of March 16th. 2nd Graders have Spanish on Monday. By Wednesday they should have reviewed the You Tube Videos through the links below. The Videos will reinforce our most recent Unit, including: The numbers 1-30; the Days of the Weeks; the Month of the Year; and the Seasons. As they watch the videos, please encourage them to sing along.
Student may also use these links to play games in Spanish. One link will allow them to play Spanish Bingo. The other link will allow them to Play Spanish Word Toss. For their topics for these games they should choose from the vocabulary above (numbers, days, months and seasons).
I am so excited to have the opportunity to teach Spanish to your children this year. 2nd Grade will be full of learning and fun.
2nd Graders will have Spanish on Mondays for 35 minutes each week.
Our Units of Study will be thematic. The topics will include:
- Greetings/Me llamo/Feelings/Goodbyes
- ¡Guacamole! Song
- Numbers 1 - 20
- Happy Birthday Song in Spanish
- Día de los Muertos
- Holiday Vocabulary in Spanish
- Three King's Days
- Classroom Objects
- Days / Months / Seasons
I will use visuals, manipulative, movement, videos, songs and much more to help teach Spanish to your child. Occasionally I may send home a letter to request certain materials that we may need to use to work on in-class projects or a letter with websites for on-line games that help support what we are learning in class. Please feel free to reach out to me if you ever have any questions.
Please, do not hesitate to contact me with any questions that you may have the next several week during our Remote Learning Adventure. I am happy to help. My email is email@example.com