Spanish 6-8 – Douglaston

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     JANUARY  – JUNE 2018

Attention students and parents:   Click below for an opportunity for students of Grades 7-8 to receive an extra quiz grade and raise their Participation/Effort grade in Spanish for each trimester.  

Gr. 7-8 Reading comp extra work        Possible websites for Option 1 are:  www.bbc.com/mundo or

  https://expansion.mx/ or http://blog.readlang.com/top-5-news-sites-to-practice-reading-spanish/

Gr. 6 Reading comp extra work                           

                                                      Supplies for the 2017-18 school year

1. Two 2 pocket folders

2. Pocket sized Spanish-English dictionary

3. 100 index cards and something to store them in

4. Highlighter and dry erase marker

5. Two 100 page “marble” notebooks (not spiral).  

**For incoming 7th and 8th graders, if your Cuaderno 2 (vocabulary notebook) is in excellent shape from last year and has at least 1/2 of it still empty, you can continue to use it and therefore, only buy one marble notebook for this year.

                                  Any questions, please contact me at LLipani@dwcaonline.org

June letter

Please stay tuned to this page for upcoming tests, quizzes and projects. You can contact me at llipani@dwcaonline.org.

Resources
Excellent online translator and help with verbs: www.wordreference.com 

UPCOMING TESTS AND QUIZZES

Grado 8:    

Grado 7:  

Grado 6:   Quiz next Friday on time.  Study worksheets and notes.

Tarea (hw)

Posted on June 1, 2018

                                                                  Tarea (HW)

Grado 6:  Write out the time in Spanish as many ways as you can for each of the time you copied down.  Review classwork notes for quiz next Friday on time..

Grado 7:   7-1: Prepare to finish the worksheet (Part 2) on your town in class next meeting. 

7-2:  finish half of the vocabulary on Food by Tuesday, you will have 1/2 the class on Tuesday to finish translating the rest. 

Grado 8:    No hay tarea.

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