Jan 19 - 29
4th Graders Spanish Routine --->
Make a routine when you start with your Spanish Lesson
Watch the video for the week.
Do the Signal of the Cross in Spanish and pray Hail Mary in Spanish.
Watch my lesson below video and practice vocabulary for fluency.
Work on the activities assign for the week.
Don't forget to fill out the Form when you finish the lesson.
Sign of the Cross / La Señal de la Cruz
En el nombre del Padre, del Hijo, y del Espíritu Santo,
Hail Mary / Ave María
Dios te salve, María, llena eres de gracia, el Seńor es contigo.
Bendita tú eres entre todas las mujeres, y bendito es el fruto de tu vientre, Jesús.
Santa María, Madre de Dios,
ruega por nosotros, pecadores,
ahora y en la hora de nuestra muerte.
I CAN STATEMENTS YO PUEDO
I can read out loud "Los Opuestos/opposites" in Spanish.
I can describe a person, thing or animal using opposites in Spanish.
Students in school continue to practice opposites. If you are at home, please keep working on those words, memorize them and ask someone to quiz your knowledge.
alto/tall, bajo/short, flaco/thin, gordo/fat, guapo/pretty, feo/ugly, grande/big, pequeño/small, suave/soft, duro/hard, inteligente/smart
Learning the basics of Spanish Sentence Structure
Spanish is a very flexible language, and most of the time you will be able to change the word order without changing the meaning. Spanish have the same basic word order.
SUBJECT + VERB + OBJECT
Sometimes you have to make a little changes when you ask questions and in negation.
Connective Words: are words that link or connect different ideas within a text. Connective words add extra information about an idea.
Find a few objects around your house.
Look up the Spanish word for those objects.
With the information that you just read above about Spanish sentence structure, try to follow the rule and write a sentence for each object you chose. (Use the opposites and the connective word).
When you watch these videos, only work on the vocabulary we are learning. Use the videos to practice pronunciation.