Ms. Wolter's Classroom Page
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On this page you will find information about the 5th,6th, 7th, and 8th grade Spanish classes I am teaching this year. Over the course of the year, I will post information regarding homework assignments, test dates, and links. Please make sure to check this page often for updates! Please feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
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7th: House vocab
8th: Room vocab
Tener and venir practice:
5th grade: Central American Capitals Song
5th grade: South American Capitals Song
√ Our world travelers are in Mexico for Christmas and have learned many of the holiday traditions there.
√ Students went to Panama to learn about maps and the vocabulary words to talk about geography.
√ Classes learn ocean vocabulary in Nicaragua and made an advertisement urging people to visit.
√ Classes celebrated el día de los muertos in Guatemala and made an authentic day of the dead altar at home and in the classroom.
√ Students learned about folklore in Honduras and wrote their own folktales and legends.
√ Students learned about Sports in El Salvador and illustrated their favorite sport: Mi deporte favorito es… (My favorite sport is…).
√ Students traveled to Costa Rica to learn about nature and the rainforest. They made Salva! (Save!) posters to advocate for different things in nature (all in Spanish).
√ Students learned about music and dance in Spain. They participated in a flamenco dance lesson to learn the basic postures and hand/feet movements of traditional Spanish flamenco dance.
Seventh grade is currently working on their third unit for the year. In this unit, they will learn vocabulary for classes, schedules and the calendar. Students will also learn the present tense of -ar verbs, how to ask questions, and how to tell time.
Eighth grade is now on their third unit of the year. In this unit, students will learn vocabulary for vacations, they will review vocabulary for weather and season as well as review the calendar. Students will also learn the personal “a”, the verb decir, the present progressive tense, and how to make comparisons.