Week of 9/5/17

  • Monday:
    • Warm Up: Holiday
    • Opening: Holiday
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do): Holiday
      • Guided Practice (We do): Holiday
      • Independent Practice (You do): Holiday
    • Closing: Holiday

 

  • Tuesday:
    • Warm Up: With a partner write a conversation that covers at least 3 of the following topics, introducing yourself to someone new, telling time, telling the date, describing yourself or others, spelling, or counting.
    • Opening: Students will line up out in the hall and enter the class after speaking to instructor in Spanish. (Review of time and dates.)
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do): Spanish Speaking Countries Power
      • Guided Practice (We do): Spanish Speaking countries Song
      • Independent Practice (You do): Students will use pages xxiii-xxv to fill in the map of the Spanish speaking world and questionnaire on location of countries

 

  • Closing: Create an Acronym to help remember all of the Spanish Speaking countries.

 

 

  • Wednesday:
    • Warm Up:
    • Opening: Students will line up out in the hall and enter the class after speaking to instructor in Spanish. (Spanish Speaking countries recite Acronym.)
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do): Walk through rules of Risky business review game.
      • Guided Practice (We do): Play first round of Risky Business at a slow pace.
      • Independent Practice (You do): Play continued rounds of Risky Business.

 

  • Closing: Ticket out the door. 3-2-1, 3 Things I still need help with, 2 things I got better at, 1 thing I have down pat.

 

  • Thursday:
    • Warm Up: Snowball fight students write questions on papers and then pass them back and forth to one another. When time is up they un-ball the paper and answer the review question written by their peers.
    • Opening: Students will line up out in the hall and enter the class after speaking to instructor in Spanish. (Review of time and dates.)
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do): Review laptop expectations
      • Guided Practice (We do): Vhlcentral.com review activities. (Listening and writing)
      • Independent Practice (You do): Vhlcentral.com review activities. (Listening and writing)

 

  • Closing: live game using review questions.
  • Friday:
    • Warm Up: Unit 1 Exam
    • Opening: Students will line up out in the hall and enter the class after speaking to instructor in Spanish. (Review of time and dates.)
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do): Unit 1 Exam
      • Guided Practice (We do): Unit 1 Exam
      • Independent Practice (You do): Unit 1 Exam

 

Closing: Unit 1 Exam

[LE1]I like the use of the Ticket Out the Door for your assessment on Wednesday.

[LE2]Thank you submitting your plans on time.

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Eclipse Week

  • Monday:
    • Warm Up:
    • Opening: Students will line up out in the hall and enter the class after speaking to instructor in Spanish. (Review of time and dates.)
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do):
      • Guided Practice (We do): Watch the movie Goal
      • Independent Practice (You do): Answer Video questions
    • Closing: Ticket out the door. What would you do if you had to immigrate to another country?

 

  • Tuesday:
    • Warm Up: Write the following dates in Spanish. (1/9/2105, 22/7/1945, 6/11/2018, 22/5/1958, 30/1/1901.)
    • Opening:
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do): N/A
      • Guided Practice (We do): Students will create analog clocks out of paper plates and construction paper. The students will complete notes on time when mintues are on the hour (examples 1:00 pm, 2:00 am, 5:00pm) and minutes between :01 and :30
      • Independent Practice (You do): Complete time practice worksheet

 

  • Closing: Ticket out the door (What is the difference between telling time on the hour and time between :01 and :30)

 

 

  • Wednesday:
    • Warm Up: Write the following times in Spanish. (10:00 am, 1:00pm, 2:00pm, 3:30, 4:15)
    • Opening: Students will line up out in the hall and enter the class after speaking to instructor in Spanish. (Review of De donde eres and dates.)
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do):
      • Guided Practice (We do): The students will complete notes on time when minutes are between :31 and :59 (examples 1:31pm, 2:46 am, 5:59pm) and Time between :01 and :30
      • Independent Practice (You do): Complete time practice worksheet, Quiz on date and vocab

 

  • Closing: Ticket out the door (What is the difference between telling time on the hour and time between :01 and :30, and telling time between :31 and :59)

 

  • Thursday:
    • Warm Up: Write the following times in Spanish. (9:36 am, 11:55pm, 12:45pm, 2:31, 6:59)
    • Opening: Students will line up out in the hall and enter the class after speaking to instructor in Spanish. (Review of time and dates.)
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do): PowerPoint on Spanish Speaking Countries
      • Guided Practice (We do): Power Point on Spanish Speaking Countries
      • Independent Practice (You do): Complete Map of Spanish Speaking Countries and Capitals
    • Closing: Create Acronyms for Spanish speaking country and capitals.
  • Friday:
    • Warm Up: Practice Spanish Speaking Countries Quiz
    • Opening: Students will line up out in the hall and enter the class after speaking to instructor in Spanish. (Review of De donde eres and dates.)
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do): Review Laptop Expectations
      • Guided Practice (We do): VHL Central Activities and Quizlet.Live vocab Review
      • Independent Practice (You do): Complete VHL Central Activities

 

  • Closing: Students create quick 3 questions Quiz to share with a classmate.

[LE1]I like the use of the Ticket Out the Door for your assessment on Wednesday.

[LE2]Thank you submitting your plans on time.

VHLCENTRAL, QUIZLET, DATE, and TIME

  • Monday:
    • Warm Up: Write the following numbers in Spanish. (1.234, 685, 3.458, 40.871, 1.543.789)
    • Opening: Students will line up out in the hall and enter the class after speaking to instructor in Spanish. (Review of time and dates.)
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do): Introduce classroom Expectation with laptop use
      • Guided Practice (We do): Walk students through creating accounts for Quizlet and Vhlcentral.com
      • Independent Practice (You do): Practice activities on quizlet and vhlentral.com
    • Closing: How will I use vhlcentral and quizlet to help me besuccessful

 

  • Tuesday:
    • Warm Up: Write the following numbers in Spanish. (1.234, 685, 3.458, 40.871, 1.543.789)
    • Opening: Students will line up out in the hall and enter the class after speaking to instructor in Spanish. (Review of numbers and De Donde Eres?)
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do): Power Pointe and Notes on Date, Days of the Week, and Calendar.
      • Guided Practice (We do): ): Practice examples of writing the days of the week and dates. Use of questions like ¿Qué día es hoy? ¿Cuál es la fecha? Ect
      • Independent Practice (You do): Page 12 in Spanish workbook. (Review together) Then complete Review of Spanish number by completing activity 1 on page 10 of the workbook.

 

  • Closing: page 42. Activity 6

 

 

  • Wednesday:
    • Warm Up: Write the following dates in Spanish. (24/5/2005, 15/2/1979, 8/8/2017, 6/11/1984, Write your own Birthday.)
    • Opening: Students will line up out in the hall and enter the class after speaking to instructor in Spanish. (Review of De donde eres and dates.)
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do): Introduction to the question ¿Cuándo es tu cumpleanos?
      • Guided Practice (We do): Teacher calls random students to answer the question ¿Cuándo es tu cumpleanos?
      • Independent Practice (You do): Students complete the examples of dates hand out then Practice asking 10 other students when their birthday is. ¿Cuándo es tu cumpleanos?
    • Closing: Ticket out the door. Write one of your parents birthday. ¿Cuándo es el cumpleaños de tus padres?

 

  • Thursday: (1st block will be taking their Spanish 1 Preassessment)
    • Warm Up: Write the following dates in Spanish. (1/9/2105, 22/7/1945, 6/11/2018, 22/5/1958, 30/1/1901.)
    • Opening: Students will line up out in the hall and enter the class after speaking to instructor in Spanish. (Review of time and dates.)
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do): N/A
      • Guided Practice (We do): Students will create analog clocks out of paper plates and construction paper. The students will complete notes on time when mintues are on the hour (examples 1:00 pm, 2:00 am, 5:00pm) and minutes between :01 and :30
      • Independent Practice (You do): Complete time practice worksheet
    • Closing: Ticket out the door (What is the difference between telling time on the hour and time between :01 and :30)

 

 

  • Friday:
    • Warm Up: Write the following times in Spanish. (10:00 am, 1:00pm, 2:00pm, 3:30, 4:15)
    • Opening: Students will line up out in the hall and enter the class after speaking to instructor in Spanish. (Review of De donde eres and dates.)
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do): N/A
      • Guided Practice (We do): The students will complete notes on time when minutes are between :31 and :59 (examples 1:31pm, 2:46 am, 5:59pm) and Time between :01 and :30
    • Independent Practice (You do): Complete time practice worksheet, Quiz on date and vocab
    • Closing: Ticket out the door (What is the difference between telling time on the hour and time between :01 and :30, and telling time between :31 and :59)

[LE1]I like the use of the Ticket Out the Door for your assessment on Wednesday.

[LE2]Thank you submitting your plans on time.

Los Numeros

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  • Monday:
    • Warm Up: Write a conversation between 2 students who have just met each other.
    • Opening: Students will line up out in the hall and enter the class after speaking to instructor in Spanish. (Review of how to introduce themselves)
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do): Introduction to numbers 1-30 and how to form a question using Cuantos(as). (Numbers Song & PowerPoint)
      • Guided Practice (We do): Develop questions with students using the word Cuantos(as) to ask how many of different things there are in the classroom.
      • Independent Practice (You do): Students will develop 3 questions on their own.
    • Closing: Students will ask and respond to each other’s newly developed questions
  • Tuesday:
    • Warm Up: Ask 3 Students who are sitting near you how to write their name in Spanish.
    • Opening: Students will line up out in the hall and enter the class after speaking to instructor in Spanish. (review of Spanish numbers, Students will be asked to tell 5 numbers between 1-30)
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do): Introduction to numbers 30-100 and how to form a question using Cuantos(as). (Numbers Song & PowerPoint)
      • Guided Practice (We do): Develop Math problems that must be written and answered in Spanish.
      • Independent Practice (You do): Students will create math problems on their own to quiz a partner. Answers must equal a number between 30 & 100.
    • Closing: Ticket out the door. Students will be asked random number between 30 and 100 to say in Spanish.
  • Wednesday:
    • Warm Up: Write the following numbers in Spanish (38, 45, 57, 62, 71, 87, 93, 100)
    • Opening: Students will line up out in the hall and enter the class after speaking to instructor in Spanish. (review of Spanish numbers, Students will be asked to tell 5 numbers between 30 – 100)
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do): Introduction to numbers 100 – 1,000,000 and how to form a question using Cuantos(as). (Numbers Song & PowerPoint), Introduction to process and procedures of listening activities.
      • Guided Practice (We do): Practice of quizzing each other by developing our own listening quizzes.
      • Independent Practice (You do): Students will develop their own quizzes.
    • Closing: Random students will be called upon to quiz the class on a number. (In Spanish)
  • Thursday:
    • Warm Up: Write the following numbers in Spanish. (1.231, 43.547, 683.231, 1.768.109)
    • Opening: Pop Quiz on numbers (Formative)
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do): Introduction to Spanish Speaking countries and Map
      • Guided Practice (We do): Discuss how maps should be labeled.
      • Independent Practice (You do): Label your own map of Spanish speaking countries.
    • Closing: Name 5 speaking countries that you now know.
  • Friday:
    • Warm Up: 3-2-1. Write 3 Spanish countries that you did not know yesterday. Write 2 Spanish speaking countries you already knew about. Write 1 country you would like to visit and why.
    • Opening: N/A (Pre-Assessment today)
    • Work Session –
      • Instruction (I do): Pre-Assessment
      • Guided Practice (We do): Pre-Assessment
      • Independent Practice (You do): Pre-Assessment
    • Closing: Continue working on Spanish speaking country map.