¡Hola! Hoy es el 14 de agosto.
This means bell work
To be successful, start
before the bell rings!
Trabajo del timbre:
1. Abran sus carpetas de argollas (la
tarea). Open your binders – the
organization was HW! And set out your
“First Week of School Success Criteria” &
yellow stations sheet.
2.Hagan una reflexión de tus habilidades.
Self-assess your knowledge & skills on
the “I can…” sheet at your desk.
- Read each statement.
- Circle the qualifier
(“somewhat”, “well”, or “It’s my goal”)
that matches your ability to do each task
as of right now.
Las metas
I am learning to…
Para tener éxito
I’ll know I’m successful when we can …
• reflect on my knowledge & skills  Complete the I can…sheet
• present findings from research
 discuss what we learned in the
stations
• evaluate how we can use the
similarities between English &
Spanish to our advantage to
decode new vocabulary
 analyze common “rules” of
cognates and apply those to a
reading passage
 record many real-life examples of
cognates on a whiteboard with my
tablemates.
• identify and correctly
pronounce the sounds of the
Spanish alphabet
 say/sing/chant the ABCs correctly
 spell our names and a variety of
words in Spanish
Las Estaciones de investigación
Las preguntas esenciales
What patterns
exist between
the Spanish &
English
language?
Factual
How does
Is it a necessity
knowing
to be bilingual in
Spanish benefit today’s society?
us?
Conceptual
 Discuss the three essential questions with your
partner.
 Try to make connections with what you learned
in each station.
Debatable
Los cognados – İnuestros amigos!
• Cognates are…
• They share roots from the ____ language.
• The patterns help us decode words:
Patterns that stay the same:
Patterns that change:
 -tion to –ción (participación)
 -al stays –al (hospital)
 -ic/ics to –ico/ica (sarcástico)
 -or stays –or (doctor)
 -ity to –idad (universidad)
 -m/-ma stays –ma (programa)
 -sion only adds accent – sión (expresión)
 -ous to –oso (famoso)
 -ace to –acio (palacio)
 -ine to –ina (disciplina)
 - ism to –ismo (turismo)
 -ure to –ura (literatura)
 -y to –ía (biología)
El abecedario/alfabeto
26 letters in the
English alphabet
27 letters in the
Spanish alphabet
3 major changes
have taken
place:
- 2 of these are
no longer
“letters”
- 1 of these
letters
changed it’s
sound in 2014
Una mosca
(que es una poca loca)
• Una mosca parada en la pared,
Una mosca parada en la pared,
Una mosca parada, una mosca
parada,
Una mosca parada en la pared.
• Ahora con la A
• Ana masca parada an la parad,
Ana masca parada an la parad,
Ana masca parada, ana masca
parada, Ana masca parada an la
parad.
• Ahora con la E
Ene mesque perede en le pered,
Ene mesque perede en le pered,
Ene mesque perede, ene mesque
perede,
Ene mesque perede en le pered.
• Ahora con la i
Ini misqui piridi in li pirid
Ini misqui piridi in li pirid
Ini misqui piridi, Ini misqui piridi,
Ini misqui piridi in li pirid.
• Ahora con la O
Ono mosco porodo on lo porod,
Ono mosco porodo on lo porod,
Ono mosco porodo, Ono mosco
porodo,
Ono mosco porodo on lo porod.
• Ahora con la U
Unu muscu purudu un lu purud,
Unu muscu purudu un lu purud,
Unu muscu purudu, unu muscu
purudu,
Unu muscu purudu un lu purud.
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