We worked on dictations in Spanish -- spelling our first and last names (nombres y apellidos) for each other in groups as if we were filling out forms, then we did a dictation to discriminate between letters, and finally a dictation spelling names of Latin American capitals. We did a few trabalenguas (tongue twisters) to work on pronunciation of "ll," "rr" and "j". In the 9:05 class we played Quizlet Live for capitals and countries, while in the 12:15 class we looked at the difference between formal and informal language when meeting people (use of Tú y Usted).
La tarea para el martes:
1) SAM (find it on Blackboard): Page (página) 17 Actividades 1 y 2; página 18 Actividad 5; página 19 Actividad 8; página 21 Actividad 14. Use the conjugation charts on page 27 of Convivencia as needed. Check your answers in the answer key (also on Blackboard).
2) Practice conjugations of SER, ESTAR and LLAMARSE on Quizlet (make sure in "options" that you answer with the definition):
3) Learn the numbers 0 to 20 from this Quizlet set (you don't need to learn beyond 20 for Tuesday, but if you want to study ahead, keep going...!): https://quizlet.com/_2xfwvb
A heads up: We might have a quiz Tuesday on the SAM activities... Come in with questions if you had problems.