-RESTAURANT PROJECT: MENU DUE TOMORROW
1- Restaurant Project:
-Menu due Friday Nov. 21st
-Skit due Tuesday Nov. 25th
2- Bring a list of food you are allergic to and foods you don't like at all (in English)
Finish writing activities in packet lesson 3a
Complete exercises 1p. 46 and 4p.47 in writing.
French color by number
TEST IS TOMORROW! Study!
10/27/14 to 11/3/14
Tests Unit 1 (lessons 1 and 2)
Friday Oct 31st and Monday November 3rd
Use study guide and links below to study:
10/17/14 to 10/20/14
QUIZ lesson 2c Tuesday, Oct 21st
Use your textbook, study guide I gave today and links below to study.
Finish writing activities lesson 2c started in class.
-FINISH memorizing family vocab. You can use the Ppt. I used in class.
-Start memorizing family vocab. You can use the Ppt. I used today in class.
-Finish writing you started in class
Finish writing your sentences if you didn't finish in class.
Go over flashcards and make 3 piles: masculine, feminine, neither one. Keep them together using an elastic band or paper clip and bring to class.
Make flashcards and make 2 piles (I know/I don't know), hold them together with paper clip or other and bring to class.
-Finish learning vocab. lesson 2a (use link below)
-Exercise 5 book page 29
Memorize and be able to spell the vocab. of lesson 2a in your book.
Use the activities at the following link to help you study:
No homework. The following is just posted for reference as per student demand. Answer key of yesterday's homework.
-Study culture notes from yesterday
-Finish packet if not finished in class
-Finish studying numbers 0 to 100
-Read culture notes given today in class and write 5 things you learned.
Study numbers 0 to 100 (class notes and/or link below)
Complete worksheet lesson 2a
09/15/14 and 09/16/14 (due 09/17)
Preview Lesson 2:
-Go over flashcards at the following link and make your own flashcards
FINISH worksheet if not finished in class
QUIZ lesson 1 Monday. use study guide given in class and/or links posted in previous days to study.
AS PER STUDENT REQUEST AN EXTENSION UNTIL MONDAY HAS BEEN GRANTED TO COVER BOOKS AND ORGANIZE BINDER, PLEASE MEET THIS NEW DEADLINE TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR HOMEWORK. REMEMBER, BOOKS CAN BE COVERED WITH ANY PAPER.
1- Watch video presented in class and practice repeating/saying words (link below):
2- Study the vocabulary using activities at the following link:
Finish scavenger hunt started in class
Click below to download worksheet
09/04/14 to 04/12/14
1- Practice using the link below to review the first lesson you covered last year. We will also practice in class, but working on it for 15 minutes every day until September 8th will help you be more successful and perform at the best of your abilities.
2-The following supplies and materials are due Friday, September 12th
3-Your textbook should be covered by Friday, September 12th
Supplies for French Class
1) Spanish Binder
Every student is required to maintain a binder specifically dedicated to French class.
a) What do I need to create my French binder?
ü 1” three-ring binder dedicated to Spanish class only
ü 4 dividers
ü College-ruled notebook filler paper, 8 ½ x 11, 3-hole punched
ü A plastic pencil case, pocket or index card holder that will safely store your flashcards in your binder
b) How should I label my 4 dividers?
ü Devoirs, and Je peux .....
c) What else do I need to know about my French binder?
ü Everyday students must properly date each page used (i.e. le 8 septembre 2014)
ü We will clean out our binders after each marking period
ü The notebook must always be available and neat in anticipation of a surprise notebook quiz each marking period
2) French-English Dictionary
A paperback dictionary for use in class when necessary & at home is recommended.
3) 3”x 5” index cards
Purchase 2 or 3 packs to be kept at home. We will create flashcards to use in class for activities. You are responsible to bring the current lesson’s flashcards with you each day. Keep them in the plastic pencil case, pocket or index card holder that is in your binder.
4) Pen, pencil, highlighter
5) Teacher Website
Keep updated with Mrs. Cuenca's website at livingston.org. Go to the school site, click on teachers, & then click Cuenca and your language on the left. Find classroom information as well resources & activities for you to enjoy while you practice your Spanish.
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