Your powerpoint must include vocabulary and grammar from the chapter. (You can just read your sentences, but practice until you can do it without stumbling! Score up to 16 points for 8 sentences that follow the directions, up to 8 points for 8 preterite verbs — have your child point out the correct conjugation in the learning material for you to check the spelling, up to 6 points for clear, fluent Spanish (not stumbling). Option 2: You may choose to create another powerpoint, similar to the one created in the initial modules. Your powerpoint must include vocabulary and grammar from the chapter. (You can record on powerpoint or just read your sentences, but practice to make sure you can do it without stumbling.) 5. Score up to 8 points for following the directions, up to 10 points for 10 vocabulary words, up to 8 points for 8 preterite verbs — have your child point out the correct conjugation in the learning material for you to check the spelling, up to 6 points for clear, fluent Spanish (not stumbling). Portfolio/records: In your portfolio you should include one of your writing assignments from this quarter.

(The base of this course is “Spanish 1” offered by Georgia Virtual Learning.

Much of the wording and assignments come from there except that more activities have been added to it.

This course encourages interpersonal communication through speaking and writing, providing opportunities to make and respond to basic requests and questions, understand and use appropriate greetings and forms of address, participate in brief guided conversations on familiar topics, and write short passages with guidance.

This course also emphasizes the development of reading and listening comprehension skills, such as reading isolated words and phrases in a situational context and comprehending brief written or oral directions.

Your comic strip must include the verb “tener” and other –er/-ir verbs. Your comic strip must include 6-8 detailed sentences using vocabulary words from this chapter or the previous chapters.

Your project should be grammatically correct, including the use of appropriate punctuation and accents. You will present your comic strip and read it to an audience. Credits: 1 Recommended: grades 8-10 Test Prep: Spanish CLEP You should wait until you’ve completed all of your Spanish studies. Course Description: This high-school level course introduces students to effective strategies for beginning Spanish language learning, and to various aspects of Spanish speaking culture. You must have a total of 8 sentences that include at least 10 vocabulary words and 8 preterite verbs. Talk about what you like / dislike to wear, where you like to shop, the colors you like in your clothing, etc. Write your sentences first and make sure they are grammatically correct. Score up to 16 points for 8 sentences that follow the directions, up to 8 points for 8 preterite verbs — have your child point out the correct conjugation in the learning material for you to check the spelling, up to 6 points for creating a great video with clear, fluent Spanish audio.