Type your response in google classroom assignment to "Imagine you are in your favorite place". Describe in a short paragraph what your ‘ojos’ see. Use any Spanish vocabulary words that you know: for example, colors, shapes, days, months, and family members.
After an historic launch on U.S. soil on Saturday, May 30, 2020, astronauts Bob and Doug arrived at the International Space Station on Sunday, May 31, 2020. What an amazing day! If you missed the launch or want more information, check out https://www.nasa.gov/exploration/commercial/crew/index.html
Please, answer three questions of your choice on the google form. Remember to think outside the box!
Why is it important for humans to understand more than one language? Explain.
Watch SpaceX/NASA Returning Human Spaceflight to the United States. First crewed SpaceX launch and first commercial flight to the International Space Station.
When: The launch is scheduled for Wednesday, May 27, at 4:33 p.m. ET.
If the weather fails to cooperate or some other factor interferes, SpaceX has reserved backup launch times at 3:22 p.m. ET on Saturday, May 30, or at 3 p.m. ET on Sunday, May 31.
Watch la familia video once again. Fill in the missing lyrics in the google form. Try again until you get 100%.
Third graders will begin learning family members. Watch the video and see if you can sing along!
Third graders will finish their monster/robot/creature. Watch video to help you with pronunciation.
Finish your creation and don't forget to take a picture. Email yourself the photo so you can easily save it to google drive. Once saved, simply upload it from google drive on the assignment and click turn-in. Also, once finished enjoy the song!
Design your own robot, creature, or monster! Label at least five body parts in Spanish. Don't forget to create a name for it! When finished take a picture of it and save it to your google drive or your computer. Then upload from your google drive or upload the file from you computer of the picture you took. Then click turn-in!
Please join my google classroom if you haven't already by entering the code or clicking link in invitation sent to student email.
- Ackerman: kqjawkf
- Brown: fvg664e
- Gilmore: ahlhs5j
- Perrine: fdexf5t
- Slomin: npjcv24
In Google Classroom, answer question ¿Cómo estás hoy? and play Gimkit. Goal is to try and get 100% accuracy.
Instructions on joining a Google Classroom:
- Sign in to google.
- Go to Google Classroom from the waffle on a google search page or just search “classroom”. Click Google Classroom from there.
- Look for a plus sign + and click.
- Click “join class”. Look below for the code for your class.
- Simply copy (ctrl+c) and paste (ctrl+v) the code to add your class.