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Spanish III Honors: Week of February 25

About This Week

This week, students will continue with our first thematic unit of the semester, En el consultorio. Click here for the vocabulary list. Students will be assessed over  the differences in use of the preterite and imperfect tenses. Students will also learn additional uses of the word se.

Prerequisite Skills:

Students should still continue to study the formations and meanings of verbs in the preterite tense. preterito-conjugation-sheet-master (1)

Resources:

Use the following notes to understand the differences between the preterite and imperfect. Preterite vs imperfect notes


Monday

What are the learning objectives?

  • Students will be able to express actions that are completed in the past.
  • Students will be able to express the beginning or end of a past action.
  • Students will be able to narrate a series of past actions.
  • Students will be able to describe an ongoing past action.
  • Students will be able to express habitual past actions and events.
  • Students will be able to describe physical and emotions states in the past.

What are we doing today?

  • Students will complete a study guide for tomorrow’s assessment.
  • Students will play a game using the preterite and imperfect.
  • Check out the answer key for the study guide below:

What is the homework?


Tuesday

What are the learning objectives?

  • Students will be able to express actions that are completed in the past.
  • Students will be able to express the beginning or end of a past action.
  • Students will be able to narrate a series of past actions.
  • Students will be able to describe an ongoing past action.
  • Students will be able to express habitual past actions and events.
  • Students will be able to describe physical and emotions states in the past.

What are we doing today?

  • Students will take an assessment over the preterite vs. imperfect.

What is the homework?

  • Study vocabulary.
  • Check the class calendar for important dates.

Wednesday

What are the learning objectives?

  • Students will be able to express actions that are completed in the past.
  • Students will be able to express the beginning or end of a past action.
  • Students will be able to narrate a series of past actions.
  • Students will be able to describe an ongoing past action.
  • Students will be able to express habitual past actions and events.
  • Students will be able to describe physical and emotions states in the past.

What are we doing today?

  • Students will learn how to use constructions with se and adverbs,
  • Students will complete practice activities (handout).
  • Students will play a review game (El Golf) in preparation for Friday’s exam.
  • Check out today’s notes below:

What is the homework?


Thursday

What are the learning objectives?

  • Students will be able to express actions that are completed in the past.
  • Students will be able to express the beginning or end of a past action.
  • Students will be able to narrate a series of past actions.
  • Students will be able to describe an ongoing past action.
  • Students will be able to express habitual past actions and events.
  • Students will be able to describe physical and emotions states in the past.

What are we doing today?

  • Students will complete a study guide for tomorrow’s exam. See the answer key below:

What is the homework?


Friday

What are the learning objectives?

  • Students will be able to express actions that are completed in the past.
  • Students will be able to express the beginning or end of a past action.
  • Students will be able to narrate a series of past actions.
  • Students will be able to describe an ongoing past action.
  • Students will be able to express habitual past actions and events.
  • Students will be able to describe physical and emotions states in the past.

What are we doing today?

  • Students will complete Unit 1 Interpretive Assessment.
  • Students will begin working on their skits.

What is the homework?

  • Check the class calendar for important dates.