Spanish homework! (3rd Grade @ Beverly)

Hola familias,

 3rd  Grade HOMEWORK: Study/practice!

Students should STUDY for the following:

express at least one difference between the Spanish & English alphabet

(examples: English doesn’t have the following letters: ll, ñ, rr, or ch….

the vowels sound the same in Spanish no matter what word they’re used with;

they are “a, e, I, o, u” pronounced “ah, eh, e, ooh, oo”)

know Spanish numbers 1-30,

say 5 colors in Spanish,

-& recognize words for classroom objects & colors in sentences (El libro es verde. [The book is green.])

Students have already brought home 3 papers to study from and then keep at home, and may also use/watch the following games/videos on my wiki, 3rd grade, unit 3 to study… (just click here:http://kelly13.wikis.birmingham.k12.mi.us/3rd+Grade+Unit+3+-+Everyday+Things+-+Las+cosas+de+todos+los+d%C3%ADas)

 

ASSESSMENT DATES:

Palmer- Thursday, March 19

Konen & Paholak- Friday, March 20

 

Muchas gracias,

Señorita Kelly

E-mail me at: kkelly@birmingham.k12.mi.us 

Visit our class wiki (where there are a few games) at: http://kelly17.wikis.birmingham.k12.mi.us/

update + conference info.

Hola familias,

I know the office sent out a sign up for my conferences almost 2 weeks ago, but if you haven’t signed up and would like to meet, here is the link to do so: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0c45afaf22a20-mskelly

 

Also, if you are wondering- we are wrapping up our “everyday things” unit and I will soon send test info. for an upcoming test for the week or so after break. I am waiting to see what the students need. Gracias for your patience.

 

I hope to see you soon,

Señorita Kelly

E-mail me at: kkelly@birmingham.k12.mi.us

Visit our class wiki (where there are a few games) at: http://kelly17.wikis.birmingham.k12.mi.us/home

3rd Grade Spanish assessments coming home!

Hola familias,

Students are coming home today- next week with their assessments that we finished this week.

 

Here’s the meaning of the scores:

Cultural Understanding 1

The student responded to 0-1 of the items correctly.

2

The student responded to 2-3 of the items correctly.

3

The student responded to 4 of the items correctly.

4

The student responded to all of the items correctly.

Listening Comprehension The student was not able to follow any of the commands. The student was able to follow one or two of the commands. The student was able to follow three of the commands. The student was able to follow all four commands.
Speaking The student was able to say only one or two of the questions correctly. The student was able to say two of the questions correctly. The student was able to say three of the questions in Spanish correctly. The student was able to say all four questions in Spanish correctly.
Reading – Comprehension The student was able to identify 0-1 of the vocabulary items. The student was able to identify 2-3 of the vocabulary items. The student was able to identify 4 of the vocabulary items. The student was able to identify all 5 of the vocabulary items.

1 = Below Standard            2 = Working Toward the Standard

3 = Met Most of the Standard               4 = Mastering the Standard

 

HOMEWORK: if student scored a “1” or “2” on any part of the assessment, they should bring it back with a parent signature. ¡Muchas gracias!

 

Besides that, we have been working on colors and numbers. One of our goals is to count to 30! Play/sing to the video here with your child if you would like: https://youtu.be/L26jwqF9Zro

 

Gracias,
Señorita Kelly

E-mail me at: kkelly@birmingham.k12.mi.us
Visit our class wiki (where there are a few games) at: http://kelly17.wikis.birmingham.k12.mi.us/

 

3rd Grade Spanish HOMEWORK!

Hola familias,

Students are well-prepared for this week’s assessment.

HOMEWORK: study!

Study what? Spanish titles (Mr.: Señor, Mrs: Señora, Miss: Señorita), Spanish classroom commands, greetings like hello, good morning/afternoon/night, good-bye, and how to ask someone you would speak formally to (a boss, president, elderly person, a guest teacher) AND someone you’d speak informally to (a friend, classmate, cousin, sibling, parent, child, etc.) the following questions in Spanish: “How are you?” and “What’s your name?”

Students have been sent home with 2 papers from which they may study.

You may also click below for a concise list… (Most of the highlighted will be tested on):

3.2 Vocabulary

Assessment dates:

Konen & Paholak: Friday, February 2

Palmer: Monday, February 5

 

If you have any questions, please let me know.

Muchas gracias,

Señorita Kelly

E-mail me at: kkelly@birmingham.k12.mi.us

Visit our class wiki (where there are a few games) at: http://kelly17.wikis.birmingham.k12.mi.us/

3rd grade Spanish comics or skits @home!

Hola familias,

Students have been (or will soon be) bringing home their comic or skit papers- please let them share them with you! They did ¡fantástico! 🙂

In a couple of weeks we will take another test over the items in the comic or skit, and over “classroom commands.”

More details to come.

 

¡Feliz año nuevo!

 

Muchas gracias,

Señorita Kelly

E-mail me at: kkelly@birmingham.k12.mi.us

Visit our class wiki (where there are a few games) at: http://kelly17.wikis.birmingham.k12.mi.us/home

 

 

3rd Grade Spanish class update

Hola familias,

3rd Graders last week- this week received a SMALL piece of “pan de muerto” (Day of the Dead bread, which is a mildly sweet bread). We went over some of the thoughts and/or beliefs held by some people who celebrate this holiday in Spanish-speaking countries. We are reminded that just because someone thinks or believes something doesn’t mean that EVERYONE does, nor does it mean that we have to think or believe it.

For students with allergies, I gave them a piece of a “tostada”- basically a giant tortilla chip. No one had to eat their entire piece or even try it if they don’t want to. Here’s a recipe of it in case you’d like to have a better idea of what’s in it/what it looks like: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/7224/pan-de-muertos-mexican-bread-of-the-dead/ *Some students wanted me to let you know that the bread they tried was from Sheila’s bakery in Pontiac. 🙂

Last, students will have their first graded assessments home to you by the end of this week. Additionally, some asked if they could bring a “exit ticket” home on greetings and feelings- so, some of them will have that as well. They do not need to be returned unless the item says “parent signature” on it. GRACIAS

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me.

 

Muchas gracias,

Señorita Kelly

E-mail me at: kkelly@birmingham.k12.mi.us

Visit our class wiki (where there are a few games) at: http://kelly17.wikis.birmingham.k12.mi.us/home

3rd Grade Spanish test!

Hola familias,

In addition to reviewing words that we already know in Spanish, we’ve been talking about good reasons to learn a 2nd language, and where Spanish is the first language in the world.

HOMEWORK: STUDY (if needed)! Study what?

1.) the country that Spanish came from,

2.) a good reason to learn a second language,

3.) knowing the names of 2 other Spanish-speaking countries

 

ASSESSMENT DATES: this Friday, Oct. 20 (Konen & Palmer), and Monday, Oct. 23 (Paholak)

 

Optional homework- yes, it is 100% optional: Students are welcome to bring in 1 (one) item that represents their heritage on the above mentioned dates. (Some examples might include: a country’s flag, a traditional clothing item, a recipe, a book, and/or a photo, etc.) They are also welcome to write down answers to the optional 3 homework questions that are on the worksheet they bring home to study (From what countries/continents did our ancestors come? Did they know English when they came here? What heritage (practices that are handed down from the past by tradition) does our family have?)

 

Last, students will bring home a postcard this week with a (or more than one) Spanish speaking-country flag(s) on them. Enjoy!

 

Muchas gracias,

Señorita Kelly

E-mail me at: kkelly@birmingham.k12.mi.us

Visit our class wiki (where there are a few games) at: http://kelly17.wikis.birmingham.k12.mi.us/home

Last 3rd Grade Spanish test

Hola familias,

Students have been showing mastery level work already in class so we will just take a very short remainder of the test in our NEXT FEW CLASSES (which was noted in assignment notebooks)- Friday, June 9th-Paholak, & Monday, June 12-Palmer & Konen

HOMEWORK: study! Students are bringing home 2 vocab sheets and/or may study from this guide: study guide for 3.5 assessment 3-28nyad5

Students need to identify names for pets, family members, and words to describe them.

Gracias,
Señorita Kelly

E-mail me at: kkelly@birmingham.k12.mi.us
Visit our class wiki (where there are a few games) at:  http://kelly16.wikis.birmingham.k12.mi.us/home

3rd grade tests coming home!

Hola familias,

Today –the end of next week, students are coming home with their recent assessments.

Here’s the meaning of the scores:

 

Cultural Understanding 1

Student was not able to express any differences between the Spanish and English calendar.

2 3 4Student was able to express at least one difference between the Spanish and English calendar.
Listening Comprehension The student was able to recognize 0-1 of the weather expressions. The student recognized 2-3 of the weather expressions. The student recognized four of the weather expressions. The student recognized all of the weather expressions.
Speaking The student was not able to communicate his or her birthday. The student was able to communicate his or her birthday month and date but with several (3-4) errors. The student was able to say his or her birthday correctly but not in a complete sentence or with 1-2 errors. The student was able to say his or her birthday in a complete sentence correctly.
Reading Comprehension The student was able to match 0-2 days of the week. The student was able to match 3-4 days of the week. The student was able to match 5-6 days of the week. The student was able to match all seven days of the week.

 

1 = Below Standard            2 = Working Toward the Standard

3 = Met Most of the Standard               4 = Mastering the Standard

 

HOMEWORK: if student scored a “1” or “2” on any part of the assessment, they should bring it back with a parent signature. ¡Muchas gracias!

We are moving on to review family & pets, and learn some things we do everyday like wake up, get dressed, etc.

Gracias,
Señorita Kelly

E-mail me at: kkelly@birmingham.k12.mi.us
Visit our class wiki (where there are a few games) at:  http://kelly16.wikis.birmingham.k12.mi.us/home