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Verbos regulares
Pre AP SPN III
Brochure Trip to
“Latino América y el Caribe”
Monday Enero14
• Estudiar el Tiempo Futuro de Verbos Regulares:
• Keep entire verb and add future endings
• Future endings: -é, -ás, -á, -emos, -éis, -án
• Visitaremos todo Latinoamérica en las
próximas dos semanas.
• Los estudiantes hablarán en español todo el
tiempo.
• Al final los estudiantes y los invitados
comerán comidas típicas.
Verbos Irregulares en el Futuro
Haber
Habr- -é, -ás, -á, -emos, -éis, -án
Poder
Querer
Saber
Poner
Salir
Tener
Venir
Decir
Hacer
PodrQuerrSabrPondrSaldrTendrVendrDirHar-
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El Futuro Perfecto Pre AP/ AP
Verbo auxiliar en
El futuro
Haber
Verbo auxiliar: en
el Presente
Haber
He
Hemos
Has
Habéis
Ha
Han
Verbos regulares
Hablar=> hablado
comer=> comido
Vivir => vivido
Habré Habremos
Habrás Habréis
Habrá Habrán
Verbos irregulares
Abrir = abierto
Decir = dicho
Escribir = escrito
Morir = muerto
Poner = puesto
Resover =R esuelto
Romper = roto
Ser = sido
Ver = visto
Hacer = hecho
He abierto la ventana para ver el sol.
Para el final del día, habré visto muchos pájaros por las ventanas en la escuela.
Oral Presentation Rubric: Viaje a Latinoamérica
Rubric
50
70
100
Your evidence of
planning.
You provide no
written draft or
page layout.
Your draft was
written and layout
created, but not
corrected.
You show
evidence of
corrected draft
and layout.
Your use of
illustrations.
You include
unlabeled photos
or visuals.
Your photos or
visuals were
included, but the
layout was
unorganized.
Your presentation
or poster was
easy to read,
complete, and
accurate.
Your
presentations
You include little
of the required
information.
You include most
of the required
information.
You include all of
the required
information.
Show ENG info to teacher for a grade Jan. 16
Rubric: Written project about Trip to Latin America
Rubric
50
70
100
Neatness and No pictures, visible errors Photos but
attractiveness and corrections and
contains
smudges.
visible errors
and smudges.
Photos, no
errors and is
attractive.
Use of
vocabulary
and Spanish
grammar
Little variation of
vocabulary with frequent
incorrect usage.
Limited use of
vocabulary but
with some
usage errors.
Extended use
of a variety of
voc. with very
few errors
Amount of
information
provided
Use of simple sentences
with basic information.
Some special
features and
information
provided.
Description of
many special
features is
provided.
Jan. 16
• Future verb tenses
– Regular &
– Irregular
• Descriptive narration
• Apply for GP-US
Passport
• Travel to Latin
America
1/14
Sign up
for
country
1/15 Find information on the Latin American
country students signed up for presentation at
the library computer Lab.
Viaje a latinoamérica
*Imprimir información para la clase
el 15 de enero
* Traer una foto para su pasaporte
•Class work enero 15:
•Print information to have in the classroom.
•Bring a photo for your passport
Paises en Latinoamérica y el Caribe
1 Argentina
El Salvador
1 Gayana
Francesa
Suriname
2 Panamá
Perú
2 CARICOM
Jamaica
3 Venezuela
Paraguay
3 Haiti
Las Bahamas
4 Bolivia
Honduras
4 Guyana
Santa Lucia
5 Ecuador
Guatemala
5 Grenada
Dominica
6 Nicaragua
Belice
6 Antigua y
Barbuda
Trinidad y
Tobago
7 México
Colombia
7 Saint Vincent &
the Grenadines
Saint Kitts &
Nervis
8 Puerto Rico
República
Dominicana
8 cuba
Guadeloupe
9 Martinique
Turks & Caicos
10 British Virgin
Islands
Anguilla
9 Costa Rica
10 Brazil
Uruguay
Colombia
Viaje a Latinoamérica
1. Transportación
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Transportation
–
To
–
During
–
From
Tourism
–
Beaches
–
Mountains
–
??
Accomodations
Government
Culture
–
Music
–
Dance
–
Food
?
?
?
?
?
$3000 each
$ intinerario < 10 days
•
Hacia
$ Emergencia
•
Durante
$ De compras
•
Desde
2. Turismo
– Montañas
– Playas
– ??
3. Acomodaciones
4. Gobierno
5. Cultura
•
Música
•
Baile
•
Comida
6. ?....10 ?
Jan 15 Library work
*Print information and show it to teacher for a grade.
1.Transportación
•
Hacia
•
Durante
•
Desde
2.Turismo
– Montañas
– Playas
– ??
3.Acomodaciones
4.Gobierno
5.Cultura
•
Música
•
Baile
•
Comida
6.?....10 ?
Go Online Ch. 6
Solve and print
2 activities
1/16: turn in work at the end of class today.
• Write 10 Pre AP sentences in the
future and future perfect tenses.
Write the sentences about what you
will do on your next vacation.
•Review future ending for reg. and
irr. Verbs. (CH 6)
•Ex. * Yo habré visitado las gruyas
con mis amigos. Iremos en un barco
que nos llevará a las Cataratas de
Iguazú en Argentina.
1 Yo visitare Argentina y…
•2
•3
•4
• 5…
Enero 17 =>30 voc. SPN/ENG
Remember your Go
nline exercises: now Ch. 6.
30 voc. SPN/ENG
Ya habremos encontrado los materiales y los
tendremos en la clase listos para construir nuesto
proyecto.
Nocturno
Poema
Jueves
•
•
•
•
Fill out the passport application form
Build G-P Passport
Attach recent photo to passport
Nocturno
Workbook Thursday
Poema
Due 2/12
– Ch 6: 6, 7, 10
• Stamps to paste to passports as visas?
Homework: Remember your Go
Ch. 6
nline do exercises
• Continue writing
about your
information to the
country of your
choice.
– (10 sentences using
the future tense from
before).
– 20 (Total) complete
future tense SPN
sentences.
– Label all pictures or
drawings in Spanish.
Viernes
Nocturno
Poema
Una casa con jardines
lindos cuidados por
ancianos en Bélgica
Viernes
Poema
Due
2/12
or
2/15
• Finalize Project in Spanish
• Illustrate and label your
presentation
• Organize your final draft
– > 20 Sentences in Spanish (Futuro)
– Labeled pictures in Spanish
– Itinerary chart (ENG/SPN)
– Make your own copy of sentences to
keep
– 30 voc. SPN/ENG
• Finalize passport and stamps:
Grade today.
Feb. 12 Examen oral: Reciten
Nocturno a Rosario de Acuña
• Monday Jan 21
• Write a test > 20 questions + key about
your trip to Latin America.
Passport Stamp!
Tuesday Jan 22
• Get caught up with
your work:
• Build your final
product to be turned
in Jan. 24th
Jan 24: Trip to Latin America
• Examen oral: Reciten Nocturno a
Rosario de Acuña Feb. 12-13
• Turn in written information in Spanish to
teacher: Brochure in final form.
• Keep the passport to be used to travel to
different countries
• Keep your own copy for your
information
• Start oral presentations (oral test)
Jan 25: Oral Test: Oral Presentations
• Continue oral presentations of trip to
Latin America.
• Students will read 7 informational
sentences in Spanish to the class.
• Students will listen to learn about
other Latin American countries and
obtain a stamp for visiting and
learning about that country.
Jan 28th Visit to Countries
• Continue to read sentences for the class
• Divide into small groups, highlight the
information again in Spanish in small groups,
and fill in the tests prepared about each country.
• Place a stamp in each student’s passport after
the small group has listened to the presentation.
• Students will take tests as stamp is placed on
their passport.
• Review information in the small group after test
to make sure information was learned.
Jan 28th
• Finish visits to different countries to obtain
stamps.
• Enjoy information presented from the
different countries “en Latino America.”
• Video: Latin America
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