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El 20 de agosto To be able to have a basic conversation ESPAÑOL 1

jueves formal / informal Pers 1, 2, 6




  1. Greet students.

  2. Put Name tags on the desk.

  3. COLLECT form from the syllabus and procedures for those who have gotten them signed already. Remind others that it is a HW grade and needs to be in by Friday (tomorrow).

  4. COLLECT the magazine slips. Remind others that it is a HW grade and needs to be in by Friday (tomorrow).

  5. STAMP HW: back of dialogues WS and the fill-in conversation WS (pg 5—green paper).

While students practice writing the following dialogues in the formal & informal:

El 20 de Agosto pg 4

ACT 2: Dialogues in the informal and formal

Write these dialogues in the informal

and the formal next to the parts that would change Informal Formal

A—Hi! What’s your name?

B—My name is ___; and you?

A—My name is ___. Pleased to meet you.

B—Delighted!

A—Likewise.


A—Good morning! How are you?

B—I’m ___, and you?

A—I’m ___, thank you.

B—That’s good/bad/a shame.

A—See you later!

B—See you!





  1. CORRECT Dialogues and green WS with fill-in conversations.




  1. SHOW students how to do a self-quiz on the voc pg 22 #1—26

HW: STUDY FOR A TEST on the voc on your voc list from page 22 of your textbook.

Complete 2 self quizzes. Leave Q3 for tomorrow before the test.


  1. Greet students.

  2. Put Name tags on the desk.




  1. COLLECT FORM from the syllabus and procedures for those who have gotten them signed already. Remind others that it is a HW grade and needs to be in by Friday (tomorrow).

  2. COLLECT the magazine slips. Remind others that it is a HW grade and needs to be in by Friday (tomorrow).




  1. STAMP HW: back of dialogues WS and the fill-in conversation WS (pg 5—green paper).

While students practice writing the following dialogues in the formal & informal:
El 20 de Agosto pg 4

ACT 2: Dialogues in the informal and formal

Write these dialogues in the informal

and the formal next to the parts that would change Informal Formal

A—Hi! What’s your name?

B—My name is ___. And you?

A—My name is ___. Pleased to meet you.

B—Delighted!

A—Likewise.


A—Good morning! How are you?

B—I’m ___, and you?

A—I’m ___, thank you.

B—That’s good/bad/a shame.

A—See you later!

B—See you!





  1. CORRECT Dialogues and green WS with fill-in conversations.




  1. SHOW students how to do a self-quiz on the voc pg 22 #1—26

HW:


STUDY FOR A TEST on the voc on your voc list from page 22 of your textbook.

Complete 2 more self quizzes for a total of 3.

RESPUESTAS:

Informal Formal

A—¡Hola! ¿Cómo te llamas? ¿Cómo se llama usted?

B—Me llamo ___; ¿y tú? ¿y usted?

A— Me llamo ___. Mucho gusto.

B—¡Encantado/a!

A—Igualmente.


A—¡Buenos días! ¿Cómo estás? ¿Cómo está usted?

B—Estoy ___, ¿y tú? ¿y usted?

A—Estoy ___, gracias.

B—¡Qué bueno/malo/lástima!

A—¡Hasta luego!

B—¡Nos vemos!

Fill-in Dialogue WS

Juan: Buenos días, Buenas tardes, Buenas noches, Hola,

María: estás

J: ¿y tú?

M: Estoy (muy) bien, así-así, regular, mal

J: Adiós, Hasta luego/mañana/pronto, Nos vemos, Chao


Sr. Jones: tardes/noches,

Felipe: está usted (Ud.)

Sr. Jones: Estoy (muy) bien, así-así, regular, mal ¿y tú?

Felipe: Estoy (muy) bien, así-así, regular, mal

Sr. Jones: Adiós, Hasta luego/mañana/pronto, Nos vemos.
Luis: me llamo; te llamas?

Naomi: gusto

L: Encantado; mucho gusto

N: Igualmente.




  1. Estoy mal.

  2. Estoy así-así / regular.

  3. Estoy bien.

  4. Estoy muy bien.

  5. Estoy muy mal.

See instructions below the chart.

Pg ___


Nombre

Periodo


Fecha

Título: Autoprueba Voc C__ # __ a __



Inglés

Q3 Sp

Q2 Sp

Q1Sp

1st word from list in English. Always use the number of the voc word







Start here. Look at Eng word and write the Spanish word from memory.

2nd word from list in English







If you don’t know the word, go on to the next word

3rd word from list in English,etc.







When you finish testing yourself, go back and correct your mistakes & write in the ones you skipped with a red pen.










Study the words you missed.










Fold this column back and test yourself again in the Q2 then Q3 columns.
















  1. Fold paper long ways to create 4 columns.

  2. Write the heading including page number, name, period, date in the top right corner.

  3. Write the title of the Voc list: where the words are coming from in the center.

  4. Write the vocabulary words in English in the first column. Use the same numbers as the list.

  5. Do your first self quiz on the farthest column to the right.

  1. Look at the word in English and write the answer in Spanish.

  2. Correct your self quiz with a different colored pen using your vocab list.

  3. Fill-in any words you didn’t know and make corrections for spelling and accents.

  4. Study the words you missed.

  1. Fold your first self quiz behind the paper and do the second self quiz in the middle column (Q2) following the same steps as above.

  2. Do the third self quiz following the same steps.

  3. If you need more practice, you can fold the paper forward and do more self quizzes on the back.

a, e, i, o u, el burro sabe más que tú


VOCALES (VOWELS):
A ah

E eh


I eee

O oh


U ou (as in you)
CONSONANTES:

A ah L L.-eh U ou (as in you)

B beh LL A.-eh V veh_

C seh M M.-eh W doh-blay ooh

CH cheh N N.-eh X eck-ees

D deh_ Ñ en-nyeh Y E gre-ay-ga

E eh O oh Z se-tuh_

F eh-feh P peh_

G heh_ Q coo

H ah-cheh R er-eh

I eee RR_errrr-eh

J hota S ess-eh

K ka_ T teh

PPT: with words to the Taco Song:

If you know taco

and burrito

and Pepe,

you know the vowels.


This is always how they sound!
a, e, i, o u, el burro sabe más que tú

Q: ¿Cómo se escribe tu nombre?

--How do you spell your name?
¿Cómo se escribe su nombre?

--How do you spell your name?

(formal)
A: Se escribe __ __ __ __ __...

It is spelled __ __ __ __ __...

If you know taco

and burrito

and Pepe,

you know the vowels.


This is always how they sound!
a, e, i, o u, el burro sabe más que tú

a s v y ñ q c


h j o l m e b
i d z k g ch f
u p ll n r w x

“C” can make a hard or a soft sound

CA CE

CO = hard CI = soft



CU
“G” can make a hard or a soft sound

GA GE


GO = hard GI = soft

GU
“H” is always silent


“J” makes an “H” sound
“LL” makes a “Y” sound
“Q” is always followed by “U”

If you can hear the “U” sound in a word, it’s spelled with a C. If you can’t, it’s spelled with a “QU”


“V” can be pronounced as a “V” sound or a

“B” sound, but these letters may not be

interchanged when spelling.
“K” and “W” are borrowed letters. They

rarely appear in Spanish words.


“Z” makes an “S” sound

alfabeto al fa be to

inteligente in tel i gen te

magfico mag fi co



ella e lla

también tam bién

cocina co ci na

hablas ha blas

jueves jue ves

baile bai le


inmediatamente in me di a ta men te

refrigerador re fri ger a dor

ahorrar a ho rrar

Europa Eu ro pa


computadora com pu ta do ra


ca

fo

hi



ru

pa

ji



gi

na

ñe



cua

de

la



bu

ge

llo



ra

mi

to



ba

ze

que



ci

si

hu



fa

ño

lle



bo

gu

di



hi

na

ve


r con r cigarro, r con r barril, rápido corren los carros cargados de azúcar del ferrocarril


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