6th and 7th graders have been working on classroom objects this week. If they have time over vacation, quizlet would be a great place to review these words. We have started talking about how nouns are masculine or feminine as well.
8th graders handed in their family tree projects and are reviewing descriptive adjectives. We will be describing people after vacation using the correct form of the adjectives.
6th and 7th graders just started classroom objects. Because this is a long vocabulary list, I would suggest they spend some time on quizlet.com reviewing. We will also be discussing the gender of nouns this week- a strange concept for many students. (Why is a pencil masculine and a chair feminine?) We will have a short quiz before vacation next week.
8th graders are finishing their family trees and will have a quiz on Wed or Thurs. this week. Then we will start adjectives and describing the members of their families.
Encourage your student to do 17 acts of kindness on Thursday in honor of the 17 school shooting victims in Florida. Even a thank you and a hi can make someone’s day.
Happy snow day! Just a reminder that the trimester is closed and all late work/ make-up work will be due tomorrow! If your 6th grade student planned to retake the gustar quiz today during study hall, I would be happy to provide time during class tomorrow for the retake.
6th and 7th grade students will be starting classroom objects this week. We have a lot of vocabulary in this lesson so you may want to remind your son/daughter that the vocabulary is always on quizlet.com (search kstrozascs). It is an easy and fun way to learn the vocabulary, and there are flashcards there for review.
8th graders are continuing their work on family members and possessives (my, you, his, her) We will be making family trees this week as a summative assessment. We will also have a quiz at the end of the week.
6th and 7th graders just finished a unit on likes and dislikes. They should be able to tell you an activity that they like to do. We are starting a unit on The classroom. We are starting this week with school subjects- they should be able to tell you their favorite subject and which are easy and difficult. Next week we will start classroom objects- pencil, book, eraser, etc.
8th graders are working on family member vocabulary and will be making family trees later this week.
A big thank you to all parents who came for conferences last night. I enjoyed meeting with you, and love the support of the All Saints families. If I missed you, please feel free to email me and I would be glad to address your concerns.
I will be out next Tuesday for the closing on my NH home. 6th grade students will be completing a small project on Google Docs. If there are computer issues, they may do a “paper” project instead. Reminder that they will have a quiz on Thursday on their infinitives and me, te, le gusta. The same quiz for 7th graders is on Wed. or Fri. All vocabulary is on quizlet.com for study purposes. (search kstrozascs)
8th graders are starting a new unit on family members. We will be creating a family tree and using possessives (my, your, etc) as well.
Have a great weekend.
6th and 7th graders are continuing their work with infinitives and the verb to like. They should be able to tell you an activity that they like and dislike. We will have a quiz next week on this.
8th graders are finishing their lesson on colors and the word THE. We will be having a quiz this week and then we are starting family member vocabulary.
¡Feliz Día de San Valentín! el 14 de febrero
I apologize for those parents who have already signed up, but I am closing on my NH house (finally!) and need to be gone on February 20th for parent conferences. I have added extra times on Thursday the 15th. If those do not work I would be glad to meet with you at another time. Thank you for your flexibility and understanding. ¡Gracias!
6th and 7th graders are continuing to work on how to say I like/ I don’t like and some activities vocabulary.
8th graders are working on colors and the word THE. Using colors in Spanish is a bit more complicated- students have to learn the masculine, feminine, singular and plural forms of each color and use the correct form to describe objects.
6th and 7th graders are working on infinitives (verbs in their most basic form) For help with studying they may use quizlet search: kstrozascs or https://quizlet.com/_44ydsb
8th graders are starting colors and the definite article THE