Julia Rice

Señora Rice

Students, please remember to check this page daily for updated assignments. 

***UPDATE***
Students, please see Google classroom for assignments for the remainder of this school year.  The links and pass codes for Zoom meetings will be posted every Wednesday.  Spanish IV at 1:00 PM and Spanish III at 2:00 PM. 

 Please go ahead and send me your work.  I can't give credit for assignments once we discuss it on Zoom.

Please Students, I will ask again that you hand write all assignments.  Take a photo and email me the photo. I do not want to see something typed or a google document.  I much prefer to see your handwork and the ñ and the accents properly placed.  Too much confusion when I do not see these.  Thank you. 

SPANISH III
3/16 & 3/17 Answer these questions in preparation for the interview. 
ENTREVISTA
3/18/2020 Complete the review exercises with the preterit and imperfect verb tenses. EL PRETÉRITO repaso.docx  Imperfecto 2.docx
3/19/2020 Review your notes on the Pretérito and the Imperfecto verb tenses.  Pay careful attention to the vocabulary words that indicate which tense is needed.  Rewrite the sentences in either Pretérito or Imperfecto.  
Pretérito Imperfecto practice.docx
3/20/2020 Read the following story and write complete sentences retelling the story from the eye witness’ point of view.  Review when to use Pretérito and Imperfecto.  PRETERITO v IMPERFECTO lectura Un buen testigo.docx
3/23/2020  Read the following two stories and write the correct verb in the pretérito or the imperfecto.  pretérito v imperfecto. una sorpresa y Caperucita.docx 
3/24/2020 Read the first two chapters of the Superhombre story and write the correct verb in the pretérito or the imperfecto.  Superhombre 1 & 2 pret v imp.docx
3/25/2020 Read chapters 3 and 4 of the Superhombre story and write the correct verb in the pretérito or the imperfecto. Superhombre 3 & 4 pret v imp.docx
3/26/2020 Read chapter 5 of the Superhombre story and write the correct verb in the pretérito the pretérito or the imperfecto. Superhombre 5 pret v imp.docx
Write the meaning of each of these question words in the boxes.  Then use these question words to write a total of 10 comprehension questions from the chapters on Superhombre.  question words.docx
3/27/2020 “Catch up” day, Use today to get caught up on anything for which you have not yet gotten credit. 

3/30 & 3/31/2020  Direct Object and Indirect Object Pronouns.  Study the notes on pronouns in the Grammar packet in your notebook.  Then complete the sentences on these pages.   OBJECT PRONOUNS notes.docx  PRONOMBRES repaso.docx

Okay, let's try this again.  I see that several of you are struggling with the pronouns.  First, review the notes I sent.  Then consider this explanation:

Direct Object Pronouns - How do you spot a direct object in English?  Start with the verb and ask the question who or what.  It is the same in Spanish.  The first one A1 says Tú perdiste las llaves.  You lost the keys.  You lost ...what?  the keys.  You lost them.  Them refers to the keys.  Therefore, "Tú perdiste... what?  las llaves."  The correct Direct Object Pronoun for las llaves is "las".  So the answer is "Tú las perdiste."  Instead of saying “you lost the keys”, we are saying “you lost them.”

Indirect Object Pronouns - How do you spot an indirect object in English?  Start with the verb and ask the question to or for whom or to or for what.  It is the same in Spanish.  Let's look at B3.  It says "Presentamos los regalos a Raquel." We present the gifts to Raquel.  We present the gifts … to whom?  "to Raquel".  We present the gifts to her.  Her refers to Raquel. Therefore, "Presentamos los regalos ...." to whom?  "a Raquel."  The correct Indirect Object Pronoun for Raquel is "le".  So the answer is "Le presentamos los regalos."  Instead of saying “we present the gifts to Raquel”, we are saying “we present the gifts to her.”
I hope this helps.

4/1/2020  More Direct Object and Indirect Object Pronouns practice.  You will replace the noun with the pronoun in each sentence.  You do this all the time in English without thinking.  Instead of saying "I already did my homework."  You simply say, "I already did it."  It replaces homework.  You throw out the word homework because you don't need to have both "it" and "homework" in the same sentence.  There is a logical place to put "it" in the sentence. In English the pronoun "it" comes after the conjugated verb.  In Spanish the pronoun usually comes before the conjugated verb.  dop wb101-102.jpg  dop wb p 138.jpg  dop wb102.jpg

Students, please see Google classroom for assignments for the remainder of this school year.  The links and pass codes for Zoom meetings will be posted every Wednesday.  Spanish IV at 1:00 PM and Spanish III at 2:00 PM. 

 Please go ahead and send me your work.  I can't give credit for assignments once we discuss it on Zoom.


SPANISH IV
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3/16/2020 Read the letter and answer the questions.  UNA CARTA
3/17/2020 Write a letter to a friend using the TEMAS GLOBALES vocabulary.  Talk about taking care of the environment.  
TEMAS GLOBALES.docx
3/18/2020 Study the notes on the imperfecto del subjuntivo.  Remember the steps to form the verb. Write complete sentences for exercises on pages 362-363. Be careful.  Everything is in the past.  Example: Era importante que ustedes pagaran el alquiler.  
subjuntivo-001.pdf
3/19/2020 Study the notes on each subjunctive tense and follow instructions to write the sentences with the following exercises. 
el subjuntivo repaso.docx
3/20/2020 Read the following articles on problemas globales.  Write complete sentence answers to the comprehension questions on each page.  SP 4 PROBLEMAS GLOBALES lectura 1.docx    SP 4 PROBLEMAS GLOBALES lectura 2.docx
3/23/2020  Time to get out the workbook you were assigned  and open on the "Guided Practice" side to pages 261 and 262.  Remember: Write on your own paper. Please, do not write in the workbook.  subjuntivo p261. 262.jpg
3/24/2020 Open your workbook on the "Guided Practice" side to pages 263 and 264.  Remember: Write on your own paper. Please, do not write in the workbook.  subjuntivo 263-264.docx
3/25 and 3/26/2020 Reading comprehension.  Read the “Puente a la cultura” and answer the three questions on page 371.  Then complete the workbook “Guided Practice” page 265.  
Puente a la cultura R3 p370-371.jpg    workbook p265.jpg
3/27/2020 “Catch up” day, Use today to get caught up on anything for which you have not yet gotten credit. 

3/30 & 3/31/2020 Grammar review of Direct Object and Indirect Object Pronouns.  Study these notes on pronouns, placement of pronouns and accent rules. Then rewrite the complete sentences in Spanish.  d.o.p. & i.o.p. practice.doc

4/1/2020  More Direct Object Pronouns practice.  You will replace the noun with the pronoun in each sentence.  You do this all the time in English without thinking.  Instead of saying "I already did my homework."  You simply say, "I already did it."  It replaces homework.  You throw out the word homework because you don't need to have both "it" and "homework" in the same sentence.  There is a logical place to put "it" in the sentence. In English the pronoun "it" comes after the conjugated verb.  In Spanish the pronoun usually comes before the conjugated verb.  Realidades3 wb78.jpg        Realidades3 wb79.jpg

4/2/2020  More Indirect Object Pronouns practice.  You will replace the noun with the pronoun in each sentence.  Instead of saying "I gave the book to my sister."  You simply say, "I gave her the book."  “Her” replaces “my sister”.  In English you throw out the word “my sister” because you don't need to have both "her" and "my sister" in the same sentence.  In Spanish you can only use “her” or you can keep both “her” and “my sister”.  Both ways are correct.  “Di el libro a mi hermana.” Can be expressed as “Le di el libro.”  Or as “Le di el libro a mi hermana.”  Both are correct.  Realidades3 wb80.jpg   Realidades3 wb81.jpg

 

Please Students, I will ask again that you hand write all assignments.  Take a photo and email me the photo. I do not want to see something typed or a google document.  I much prefer to see your handwork and the ñ and the accents properly placed.  Too much confusion when I do not see these.  Thank you.

 

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