Here is what is planned for Spanish classes the week of November 3, 2014:
Pre-Kindergarten: We will learn a new song for the Spanish animal words, and play a game.
Kindergarten: We will learn the months of the year, and play a game to practice them.
1st Grade: We will continue reviewing our colors this week.
2nd Grade: We will play color bingo this week.
3rd Grade: We will continue our work with gender and articles of Spanish nouns.
4th Grade: We will continue learning vocabulary for parts of the body.
5th Grade: We will conclude Lesson 5, and begin Lesson 6, which introduces numbers.
6th Grade: We begin talking about the irregular verb “tener”.
7th Grade: We will conclude Unit 1, and review for our test on November 10.
8th Grade: We continue Lesson 5, which covers adjectives and adverbs. We will have a quiz on this on November 17.
The teachers and the students worked very hard making their classroom doors a special reminder to stay healthy and drug free.
Pre K (early elementary winner)
3rd Grade(upper elementary winner)4th Grade
Due to STEM Field Day on Monday, the only Spanish classes that meet this week are on Wednesday and Thursday:
Pre-Kindergarten – No class this week due to field trip.
Kindergarten – We will cover some cultural objectives this week by reading a simple book about Dia de los Muertos.
1st & 2nd Grade – We will also delve into Hispanic culture this week with a project for Dia de los Muertos to accompany our PowerPoint and discussion.
5th Grade – We continue to discuss how to write questions in Spanish, as well as the difference between porque and por que. We will also read a simple story in Spanish and answer questions about it.
6th Grade – Tic-Tac-Do Activities are due on Thursday, before we take our Unit 2 Vocabulary quiz.
7th Grade – We will finish our discussion of verbs like gustar, aburrir, and interesar, and begin the application of this knowledge through reading a simple conversation and answering questions about it.
8th Grade – We begin a new lesson this week on the Spanish use of articles and adjectives.
RED RIBBON WEEK 2014 “Love Yourself, Be Drug Free”
MONDAY 10/27 STEM Field Day – Students may come in their PE uniforms (2nd-8th) or appropriate athletic clothing (PK-1st). If it is chilly then sweatpants/sweatshirts would be fine to wear. Classroom door decorating begins.
TUESDAY 10/28 “Put A Cap On Drugs” Students may wear a hat with their regular uniform. Grades 3-8 may wear a hat after Mass.
WEDENESDAY 10/29 “Shade Out Drugs” Students may wear sunglasses with their regular school uniform.
THURSDAY 10/30 Door Decorating Contest
FRIDAY 10/31 “Wear Red Day” Students may come out of uniform this day as long as they wear something red. (i.e. red shirt. jeans, tennis shoes)