Complete for both usted and tú What is your name? Where are you from? How are you?
Do Now 2 Week 5 lunes, el 13 de octubre de 2014 Translate the following phrases to Spanish. Write the English and Spanish. 1. How do you say? 2. How do you spell? 3. What does it mean?
Week 5Do Now 2 Tuesday, September 30th, 2014 1. Use the book or your last homework to translate. You must write the English and teh Spanish. 1. it’s hot 2. it’s cold 3. it’s rainy 4. it’s snowing
Winter – el invierno Spring – la primavera Summer – el verano Fall – el otoño It’s nice weather – hace buen tiempo It’s bad weather – hace mal tiempo It is ______ degrees – hace 30 grados
Week 5Do Now 4 miércoles, el 15 de octubre de 2014 1. Use your book or your notes to write 3 complete sentences about what the weather is like in Kuwait right now (in Spanish.)
Week 5Do Now 5 jueves, el 16 de octubre de 2014 1. Choose any city in the world. Write 3 sentences in Spanish to tell what the weather is like right now.
You are a weather person! Write a dialogue in which: 1.) You talk about the weather in 5 cities on different days 2.) They can be any city, you can make up the weather 3.) You must mention different weather conditions in the cities and how many degrees hot it is -You may use your text books and notes. -15 sentences minimum requirement about weather, plus you should say a few words to introduce yourself Want extra credit? Make a power point, due Sunday! Presentations due Sunday, we will also have some work time on Sunday to finish up before presentations
Write a dialogue in which: 1.) You introduce someone to someone else 2.) Ask and answer at least 3 questions 3.) Use at least one new classroom vocabulary word -You may use your text books and notes. -7 lines per person
Monday, October 13 th This is the Monday after we come back from EID BREAK
20 lines You should write it today during class, perform it tomorrow for a class work grade. Must include one self-made prop Must include at least two numbers One date or day Suggestions – dialogue between a teacher and student(s)… the choice is yours. Use your class notes