Lessons for Spanish Grammar

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  • Tengo hambre - … the food in school. Make menus in Spanish and have students describe the food in Spanish as well as give prices. Home … you will create a restaurant skit in Spanish. You will be responsible for writing in Spanish, researching recipes, preparing the food, making … have been assigned. ____ Type of Spanish-speaking restaurant has been decided (for example, Mexican, Argentine, Spanish, Cuban). ____ Two dishes have … Lesson Step Two: Reread the script and focus on grammar. Note any grammar errors on the actual draft you are reading. Types …
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  • Festivals, Fairs, and Fun and Unit Exploring Spanish Festivals - … prior knowledge of the Spanish language. Entry Competencies There are 3 fluent Spanish speakers who take this particular Spanish class. The rest of the students have no prior knowledge of the Spanish language … all 12 festival questions?) * Grammar/Spelling (No spelling or grammar errors.) * Compare/Contrast (Did they compare/contrast their Spanish festival with a similar …
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  • Fairy Tales as a Genre of Literature - … each frame of the presentation, and include the following: prewriting, grammar and mechanics, quality of oral presentation, creativity of presentation. The … standards. Extension: Remediation: ESL Spanish-speaking students can benefit from stories written both in English and Spanish which can be accessed from … : Extension:Extension: Remediation: ESL Spanish-speaking students can benefit from stories written both in English and Spanish which can be accessed from …
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  • The Mexican Muralist Movement and an Exploration of Public Art - … are addressed. Assess the essay for clarity, grammar, sentence structure, usage, and spelling (especially Spanish names). Essay should have fewer than five … points, and a conclusion. Pay attention to grammar, sentence structure, usage and spelling (especially Spanish names). Make sure you present your ideas … , and conclusion. Assess the essays for clarity, grammar, sentence structure, usage, and spelling (especially Spanish names). The essay should have fewer than …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Let?s Go to the Carniceria (Butcher Shop)! - … in the U.S. and in Spanish-speaking countries when buying/consuming meat. United States Spanish-speaking Countries 14 Let's Go … expressed clearly. Even though there are some errors in spelling, grammar and punctuation, the text is mostly legible and comprehensible. There … 's characteristics and practices related to buying/consuming meat in Spanish-speaking countries (e.g., how meat is ordered, characteristics of …
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  • Temas contraversiales del mundo hispanohablante ... - … during researching issues (e.g., bullfighting, rain forests, economy). The grammar focus (past tense narration through the preterite and imperfect) should … that they already underlined all Spanish preterite and imperfect verbs.) Count the correct writing of each Spanish translation as one point each … underlined in the Spanish text, write the Spanish translation next to each English verb. In the third column, for each Spanish verb, write …
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  • Celebrations - … lesson, students follow multi-step technology directions in Spanish to create presentations about a Spanish-speaking country. In so doing, students increase … presentations. Their presentations must include: 1. A poster in Spanish of a Spanish speaking country including: country name and capital; a map … and all words are spelled correctly. Presents project Country display Grammar and spelling in oral and visual presentations Attending festival Total …
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  • Exploring Literary Genre Through Latin American Literature - … throughout the world. (RW6) Students write and speak using formal grammar, usage, sentence structure, punctuation, capitalization, and spelling. (RW3) Students read … for adult instruction in language teaching, teaching English to Spanish speakers, and Spanish to English speakers. Suggested narrative and expository titles will … be learning? STANDARD(S) Students write and speak using formal grammar, usage, sentence structure, punctuation, capitalization and spelling. (RW3) Students read …
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  • How the American Revolutionary War was a European Battle - … word a. HOWEVER-French Forces begin to occupy the Spanish fortresses in Spanish Netherlands (Now Belgium). It gives the appearance of France … Variety of sentence structure STANDARD ENGLISH CONVENTIONS Correct spelling Punctuation Grammar (use correct words) 9-8 Demonstrates full comprehension of task … Variety of sentence structure STANDARD ENGLISH CONVENTIONS Correct spelling Punctuation Grammar (use correct words) 9-8 Demonstrates full comprehension of task …
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  • Lessons in Courage: Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, and Ruby Bridges - … Healing Santos and Santeros Spanish Settlement and Hispanic History of Denver and Colorado Mayan Mathematics and Architecture Spanish Missions in Florida, Texas … purposes and audiences. (RW2) Students write and speak using formal grammar, usage, sentence structure, punctuation, capitalization, and spelling. (RW3) Students apply … purposes and audiences. (RW2) Students write and speak using formal grammar, usage, sentence structure, punctuation, capitalization, and spelling. (RW3) Students apply …
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