HAGA AHORA
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Make a list of as many reasons/benefits of
learning a foreign language—Spanish in particular.
Once you have listed as many as you can think of,
number the top three you see as most important in
your life or in life in general.
Respond on a blank sheet of paper in the DO NOW section of your
notebook.
Include your name, today’s date, and “HAGA AHORA: Day 2.”
When finished, copy your “TAREA” in your notebook/planner from the
left whiteboard.
The Story of a Sign
Why even learn
Spanish???
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Want a job?
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Want a pay raise?
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Want to travel abroad?
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Want to understand Latin music?
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Want to be able to communicate with others?
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By the year 2015, the Hispanic population of the United States will
be well on its way to 50 million, with a steady 40% population growth
rate.
Spanish is the fourth most commonly spoken language in the world.
Does your English grammar need some help?
Review of Classroom
Procedures
First thing you do when you come in…
Where do you need to do if you are tardy?
What needs to be the first thing you do when you
return to class from being absent?
What is the procedure for going to the bathroom?
How will you know when partner or group
discussion is over and all attention needs to be on
the teacher?
What happens if you have already received a
verbal/nonverbal warning but the misbehavior
continues?
What about late work?
Do “HAGA AHORAs” or DO NOWs matter?
How do you turn in work?
Who dismisses class?
What is my number one expectation of you as
students?
Spanish Namesssss!!!
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Choose a name that has NOT already been
chosen. It can be similar to your name or can
be one you simply would like to be called.
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This is now your name to me!
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Make a name plate with your Spanish name.
Grab a blue sheet of cardstock and a marker
and CLEARLY and LEGIBLY write your name so
that I can read it.
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You can lightly decorate it if you desire by
using other markers of those around you.
Let’s start with the basics…
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Spanish Alphabet Song!
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Spanish Alphabet vs. English Alphabet:
What letters are different?
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Spanish Pronunciation of vowels:
A, E, I, O, U
Spanish Greetings!
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Greeting in different countries…
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In America, we wave and shake hands. What about
other countries?
Spanish Greetings vs.
Farewells
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Make a T-chart… One side you will include
“Greetings” and the other side will include “Farewells.”
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Leave room for the Spanish and English Translation
Greetings
Farewells
Greetings
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Hola!
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Buenos días, señora!
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Qué tal?
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Buenas tardes, Señorita
Backstrom!
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Buenas noches, señor.
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Bien, gracias.
Así, así.
Mal.
MUY mal.
Y tú?
Farewells
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Adiós!
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Chao!
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Hasta luego!
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Hasta pronto!
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Hasta mañana!
Practice
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With your partner or trio, create a
typical Spanish conversation. Use any
of the words from your
Greetings/Farewells list.
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Be ready to present to another partner
group!
Days of the Week
lunes
martes
miércoles
jueves
viernes
sábado
domingo
Qué día es hoy?
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Notice anything different??
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Notice anything wrong??
QUIZ NEXT TUESDAYY!
 Greetings
 Farewells
 Days
of the Week
 Months
of the Year
Months of the Year
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