• SPANISH UNIT 2 

    Spanish names 

           
                                                                                                                    

     

    Lesson 1: Cinco de Mayo Celebration

    Five Cinco de Mayo Facts That Will Impress Your Friends - ValChoice

     

    1. Watch this cool PBS kids video clip about Cinco de Mayo celebration PBS Kids video clip and this video ask history

     

    2. Read this little article about "Cinco de Mayo"  Cinco de mayo 

     

    3. Be creative and artistic with these symbols of Mexican culture, including the flag! 

     

    6.Closed: Play Quizziz with the rest of the class and beat the best score to see how much we learned during the lesson today. 

     

    For Students - Quizizz

    Go to google, write joingmyquiz.com and Mrs. Bernal will give you the code to play 

     

     

     Lesson 1: Los paises hispanohablantes 

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    1 - Review greetings introductions with me 

    Nilson, Jennie / Greetings - Los saludos

     or with this document Los saludos en español

     

    2. Choose a Spanish boy's name or girl's name that is similar to yours.  Click on the letter of your first name at the top to get to the right page. Write the name you choose on your name tag.

    Spanish Names for Boys                                                              

                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                    

    Alberto (Albert) 
    Alejandro (Alexander, protector) 
    Alfonso 
    Andrés (Andrew) 
    Ángel 
    Ángelo 
    Antonio (Anthony) 
    Augusto (venerated) 
    Bartolomé (Bartholomew, son) 
    Benedicto 
    Benjamín (Benjamin, favorite son) 
    Carlos (Carl) 
    Celestino (heavenly) 
    Claudio 
    David 
    Diego (James) 
    Dino (justice) 
    Eduardo (Edward) 
    Enrique (Henry, prince) 
    Emanuel (God is with us) 
    Ernesto (Earnest) 
    Esteban (Steven) 
    Fabio 
    Felipe (lover of horses) 
    Fernando 
    Fidel (faithful) 
    Fortunato (fortunate) 
    Francisco (Francis) 
    Gabriel 
    Gerardo (Gerard) 
    Guillermo (William) 
    Hugo (clear thinker) 
    Isaac 
    Iván 
    Jacinto (like a flower) 
    Jacob 
    Jacobo (Jacob) 
    Jaime 
    Javier (new house) 
    Jesús (Jesus) 
    Joaquín 
    Jorge (George) 
    José (Joseph) 
    Juan (John) 
    Julián 
    Leo (lion) 
    Leonardo (Leonard) 
    Luca (Luke) 
    Lucas (Luke) 
    Luis (Louis) 
    Manuel (God is with us) 
    Marco (Mark) 
    Marcos (Mark) 
    Martín (Martin) 
    Mateo (Matthew) 
    Maximiliano (biggest) 
    Miguel (Michael)
    Neptuno (god of the waters) 
    Nicolás (victorious in the city) 
    Octavio (eighth) 
    Orlando 
    Oscar 
    Pablo (Paul, short) 
    Rafael 
    Ramón (Raymond, protector) 
    Raúl (warrior) 
    Ricardo (Richard) 
    Rigoberto (rich) 
    Roberto (Robert) 
    Rolando 
    Roque (strong like a rock) 
    Salvador (savior) 
    Santiago (James) 
    Sebastián (respected) 
    Sergio 
    Silvestre (Sylvester, forest) 
    Stefano (Steven) 
    Teodoro (Theodore) 
    Tomás (Thomas) 
    Vicente (Vincent) 
    Victor 
    Xavier (brilliant)

    Spanish Names for GIRLS      

     

     


    Alejandra (Alexandra, protector) 
    Alejandrina (protector) 
    Alexia (protector) 
    Alma (soul) 
    Amalia (worker) 
    Amara (immortal) 
    Ana 
    Analía (Analee) 
    Andrea (brave) 
    Ángela 
    Angélica 
    Angelina 
    Anna (full of grace) 
    Ava 
    Bárbara (foreigner) 
    Belén (house where bread is made) 
    Belinda (pretty) 
    Bella (beautiful) 
    Bianca (white) 
    Bibiana (Vivian, living) 
    Blanca (white) 
    Camila 
    Candela (candle) 
    Candelaria (brilliant) 
    Caridad (lovingkindness) 
    Carina (loved) 
    Carisa (loved) 
    Carlota (strong) 
    Carolina 
    Casandra 
    Catalina (of pure descent) 
    Catarina 
    Cecelia (blind) 
    Celeste (heavenly) 
    Cintia (Cynthia, moon) 
    Claudia 
    Cristal (Crystal) 
    Cristina (Christina) 
    Dalia (flower) 
    Diana (god of hunting) 
    Déborah (bee) 
    Dolores (pain) 
    Dora (gift) 
    Doria 
    Dulce (sweet) 
    Eduarda 
    Elaina (Elaine) 
    Elena 
    Emanuela (God is with us) 
    Emilia (Emily) 
    Encarnición (God becoming human) 
    Esmerelda (emerald) 
    Esperanza (Hope) 
    Estafania 
    Estrella (star) 
    Eugenia (of noble birth) 
    Eva (Eve) 
    Fátima (from the city name) 
    Fe (Faith) 
    Felicia (happy) 
    Felipa (lover of horses) 
    Fiona (white, righteous) 
    Flor (flower) 
    Flora (flower) 
    Florencia (Florence, flower) 
    Fortunata (fortunate) 
    Frida (peace) 
    Gabriela (Gabrielle) 
    Gloria (glory) 
    Gracia (Grace) 
    Graciana (grace) 
    Guadalupe 
    Hermosa (beautiful) 
    Ines (Inez, pure) 
    Irene (peace) 
    Iris (rainbow) 
    Isabel (lover of God) 
    Isabella (lover of God) 
    Isadora 
    Jacinta 
    Jimena (God listens) 
    Joana 
    Juana (Jane) 
    Juliana 
    Lana 
    Lara (Laura, famous) 
    Laura 
    Leandra (like a lion) 
    Liana 
    Libertad (freedom) 
    Lidia (Lydia) 
    Liliana 
    Linda (pretty) 
    Lisa 
    Lola (pain) 
    Lorena (from Lorraine) 
    Luisa (famous in battle) 
    Luna (moon) 
    Luz (light) 
    Magdalena (magnificent) 
    Malena 
    Margarita (Daisy) 
    Manuela (God is with us) 
    Marcela (sea and sky) 
    Margarita (Pearl) 
    María (Mary, chosen) 
    Marianela 
    Mariangeles (Mary and angels) 
    Marilú (Marylou, Mary and light) 
    Marina (of the sea) 
    Marisa 
    Mariana (Maryanne) 
    Maricela 
    Marisa (of the sea) 
    Marisol (Mary and sun) 
    Marta (afflicted) 
    Mercedes (setting slaves free) 
    Mía (mine) 
    Milagros (miracles) 
    Mónica (widow) 
    Nadia (hope) 
    Natalia 
    Nuria 
    Octavia (eighth) 
    Olivia (Olive) 
    Paloma (dove) 
    Pamela 
    Patricia 
    Paulina 
    Paz (peace) 
    Perla (Pearl) 
    Raquel (lamb of God) 
    Rebeca (Rebecca, beautiful) 
    Regina (queen) 
    Reina (queen) 
    Roberta (famous) 
    Rosa (Rose) 
    Selena (moon god) 
    Serena (serene) 
    Shakira (grace) 
    Sierra (mountain) 
    Sofía (Sophia, wisdom) 
    Sol (sun) 
    Solana 
    Sonia (Sonya) 
    Susana (Susan) 
    Tiara (crown) 
    Talia 
    Tatiana 
    Teresa 
    Thalia 
    Trinidad (trinity) 
    Valentina (healthy and strong) 
    Vanesa (vain) 
    Verónica (victorious) 
    Victoria 
    Violeta (Violet) 
    Viviana (living) 
    Yolanda (brings rejoicing) 
    Ximena (listener) 
    Yara 
    Yesenia
    Alberto (Albert) 
    Alejandro (Alexander, protector) 
    Alfonso 
    Andrés (Andrew) 
    Ángel 
    Ángelo 
    Antonio (Anthony) 
    Augusto (venerated) 
    Bartolomé (Bartholomew, son) 
    Benedicto 
    Benjamín (Benjamin, favorite son) 
    Carlos (Carl) 
    Celestino (heavenly) 
    Claudio 
    David 
    Diego (James) 
    Dino (justice) 
    Eduardo (Edward) 
    Enrique (Henry, prince) 
    Emanuel (God is with us) 
    Ernesto (Earnest) 
    Esteban (Steven) 
    Fabio 
    Felipe (lover of horses) 
    Fernando 
    Fidel (faithful) 
    Fortunato (fortunate) 
    Francisco (Francis) 
    Gabriel 
    Gerardo (Gerard) 
    Guillermo (William) 
    Hugo (clear thinker) 
    Isaac 
    Iván 
    Jacinto (like a flower) 
    Jacob 
    Jacobo (Jacob) 
    Jaime 
    Javier (new house) 
    Jesús (Jesus) 
    Joaquín 
    Jorge (George) 
    José (Joseph) 
    Juan (John) 
    Julián 
    Leo (lion) 
    Leonardo (Leonard) 
    Luca (Luke) 
    Lucas (Luke) 
    Luis (Louis) 
    Manuel (God is with us) 
    Marco (Mark) 
    Marcos (Mark) 
    Martín (Martin) 
    Mateo (Matthew) 
    Maximiliano (biggest) 
    Miguel (Michael)
    Neptuno (god of the waters) 
    Nicolás (victorious in the city) 
    Octavio (eighth) 
    Orlando 
    Oscar 
    Pablo (Paul, short) 
    Rafael 
    Ramón (Raymond, protector) 
    Raúl (warrior) 
    Ricardo (Richard) 
    Rigoberto (rich) 
    Roberto (Robert) 
    Rolando 
    Roque (strong like a rock) 
    Salvador (savior) 
    Santiago (James) 
    Sebastián (respected) 
    Sergio 
    Silvestre (Sylvester, forest) 
    Stefano (Steven) 
    Teodoro (Theodore) 
    Tomás (Thomas) 
    Vicente (Vincent) 
    Victor 
    Xavier (brilliant)

    3. Click on the map to learn every Spanish Speaking country 

    4. Learn the Spanish Speaking countries and their capitals 

    5. Play Juego de Memoria (Memory Game) and beat your best time

    6. Beat your best time doing this Word Search Puzzle

    7. Play Juego de Memoria (Memory Game) and beat your best time

    8. Look on the left for your favorite Spanish-speaking countries and read about their interesting facts 

    9. If you finished everything and you have time left, have fun, look for the flags of the Spanish-speaking countries and color it  

     

     

    Las partes del cuerpo 

    Partes del cuerpo – Aprendo español

     

    1. Las partes del cuerpo Power Point 

    View this PowerPoint.

    Learn parts of the body, and the head on Spanishgames.net.  Then play Four in a Row and Sow Grow for the body parts Four in a Row and Sow Grow for the head.

     

    Here is Calico with part of the body Viewpure song or YouTube song.

    Here is a Mindymarissa Viewpure version or YouTube version.

    Move your body with Sesame Street's and Juanes Viewpure muévete or YouTube muévete.

    Sing this Viewpure palmas song or YouTube Caribbean palmas song.

    Cute poem Viewpure cinco dedos de la mano or YouTube Cinco dedos de la mano

    Dance with Basho and Friends' Viewpure body parts song or YouTube body parts song.

    Click on advanced body parts.

    View this advanced PowerPoint.

    Here are the lyrics.

    Play with Flashcards, Learn, then Match on Quizlet.

     

     

     

    Review greetings in all languages (Spanish, French and German)

    French German And Spanish Flags Best Picture Of Flag - French Spanish And  German Flags PNG Image | Transparent PNG Free Download on SeekPNG

     

    1. Listen how the pronunciation of the greetings in all languages 

         Spanish,  French and German 

     

    2. Learn the pronunciation with the flashcards and play match game until your beat your best score 

    Flashcards: Greetings in Spanish (los saludos)  French flashcardsFlashcards German greetings  

     

    3. Listen to the songs: escuchen las canciones: 

    Spanish los saludos  ¿Cómo te llamas?   French greetings or French greetings or German greetings

     

    4. Be ready to play Quizziz. Mrs. Bernal will give you the code.  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Click Here to learn the lesson with Mrs Bernal 

    Power Point Grado 5th 

    Lección 2 Los saludos 

    Power point Greetings and introductions

    Choose a Spanish boy's name or girl's name that is similar to yours.  Click on the letter of your first name at the top to get to the right page. Write the name you choose on your name tag.

    Greetings and feelings Power Point 

    Communication practice Scavenger Hunt Greetings

     

    Lección 3: Greetings, Feelings independent Practice  

    Play the games and practice with Languages Online Website: Spanish Do section greetings 

     1,2,3,5,6,7. and Click  ¿Cómo te llamas?  Do section:1, 3, 4, 5

    Listen to the song:  Buenos días (Basho)

    Listen to and practice greetings, etc on Language Guide  

    Do the practice on digital dialects (after practicing the phrases, scroll down to bottom and click on "play game text" then "play game audio") and  do the quiz on ielanguages (scroll down to middle of page for last one).

    Play games and practice with Languages online  do all section Three (3) How are you?

    listen to Hola ¿Cómo estás? song 

     

    Practice Flashcards and match game with quizlet Quizlet greetings and feelings

    In class, click on quizlet.live, enter code on the board, click "Join Game," type in your English name and click next.

    Do this  word search greetings

     

    Practica conversacional En el avión 

    Watch this song video Practice en el avión  Rockalingua ....... Do this practice Conversación en el avión

    video culture practice Mes de la Herencia Hispana video paises hispanohablantes interesting facts

    Play Flashcards and go to Quizlet/live 

     

    Lección 4:  Mes de la Herencia Hipana  

    Mes de la Herencia Hispana Introducción

    Mes de la Herencia Hispana  Niños de varios Países 

    Spanish Speaking Countries video

    Do this game !!!!

    Drag and match  Game  use this worksheet Guide or ask your teacher for a map vocabulary.

     Click on National Geographic kids click on any Spanish Speaking country. Look at the photo galleries of that country.

    Read about the history, geographic, customs important facts about that country (Write one fact that you like the

    most about their people and two about their culture, share with your partner the facts that you like).  

    Cick on any Spanish speaking country's name to learn about their flag

    Watch this video alone or with a partner: Mes de la Herencia Hispana video paises hispanohablantes interesting facts

     

    Lección "Dia de los Muertos" 

    "El Día de los Muertos" Power Point 

    Watch thia Coco's video and answer the four questions from the Power point about the video     

    Watch this video clip of The Book of Life

     

    After the videos answer the questions with the student next to you 

    1-If you worked for the kids chanel, what questions would you ask to Miguel's family? 

    2- What traditions about the Day of the Dead, did you see in the video?  

     

    Read this short text and take a short online quiz

    Play one of these Day of the Dead online puzzles to color 

     

    Extension activity 

    Read these article from the news paper about ...Museo de Arte the Chicago: " Exhibición: "Dia de los muertos"

     

    Lección: Los números del 1 al 100  y conversación

    Lección: Review greetings and numbers     

    Practica conversacional En el avión 

    Watch this song video Practice en el avión  Rockalingua ....... Do this practice Conversación en el avión

    video culture practice Mes de la Herencia Hispana video paises hispanohablantes interesting facts

     

    Play Flashcards and go to Quizlet/live 

     

    Spanish Words You Already Know 

    • These English words are actually Spanish!!!
    • Here are hundreds of cognates - words that look & sound like English!  You already know a ton of Spanish that you didn't even know you knew!!

     

     

    Los Colores 

    Games: Sow grow game Four in a Row  

    Los colores" Song

    Colors game

     

    Spanish Speaking Countries

    Listen to a song and watch this video on Spanish speaking countries.

    Learn the countries of South and Central America on this interactive map.

    Play a matching map game with South and Central American countries.

    Play a drag and drop the countries of South and Central America game.

    Click on any Spanish speaking country to learn about the history, geography, customs, etc. about that country.

    Type the name of any Spanish speaking country in the search bar to look at photo galleries of that country.

    Cick on any Spanish speaking country's name to learn about their flag

    Go to Culture grams to learn about Spanish speaking countries.

    Click on Kids World Travel Guide to read about Spanish speaking countries.

     

     Spanish Classroom Objects and Commands

     Give these Classroom Commands Mix and Match to your partner.

     

    In class, click quizizz.com/join, type in the game code you see on the board, then enter your Spanish name and click next. 

    Choose the Solo game option on the right for this game: Quizizz Classroom objects and commands

     Play Four in a Row on Spanish games,  and Sow Grow

     Sing this bilingual song from Mexico and Puerto Rico on YouTube Pollito, Chicken  Here are the lyrics: 

    Flashcards classroom  and Quizlet Live

     

    Day of the Dead/Dia de los Muertos

    Read about The Day of the Dead holiday.

    Watch this video clip of Crafting Coco.

    Listen to this song about the Day of the Dead Chumba la cachumba as well as this version.

    Play one of these Day of the Dead online puzzles and coloring pages

    Read about the Day of the Dead by clicking on the bricks on the wall.  Then click on the bottom right hand bricks that say Build Your Own Altar and begin building!

    View a photo gallery of the holiday; click on each circle under the main picture to advance to more pictures.

    Read about the Day of the Dead on National Geographic and Kids National Geographic.

    5th grade - Read this short text and take a short online quiz

    3rd and 4th grade - Look at these words with pictures then play this matching game.

    Study Guide

     

    Here is the Study Guide for the Spanish Test.

    Check your Study Guide answers by looking through ALL of the flashcards on Study Guide Flashcards

    Then play the Matching game on Quizlet to practice for the test.

     

     

    UNIT 2

    Permission questions

    Me Gusta/I like: Sing and dance to Vamos a la playa (Let's go to the beach).

    Body Parts

    View this PowerPoint.

    Learn parts of the body, and the head on Spanishgames.net.  Then play Four in a Row and Sow Grow for the body parts Four in a Row and Sow Grow for the head.

     

    Here is Calico with part of the body Viewpure song or YouTube song.

    Here is a Mindymarissa Viewpure version or YouTube version.

    Move your body with Sesame Street's and Juanes Viewpure muévete or YouTube muévete.

    Sing this Viewpure palmas song or YouTube Caribbean palmas song.

    Cute poem Viewpure cinco dedos de la mano or YouTube Cinco dedos de la mano

    Dance with Basho and Friends' Viewpure body parts song or YouTube body parts song.

    Click on advanced body parts.

    View this advanced PowerPoint.

    Here are the lyrics.

    Play with Flashcards, Learn, then Match on Quizlet.

    Then type in the code and your ENGLISH name (NOT Spanish) on Quizlet Live.

     

    Spanish Food

    WL.7.1.NM.B.L.1 - The Novice - Mid language learner understands and communicates at the word level and can use memorized words and phrases independently to:

    WL.7.1.NM.B.L.1.a - Respond to learned questions.

    WL.7.1.NM.B.L.1.b - Ask memorized questions

    WL.7.1.NM.B.L.1.c - State needs and preferences.

    View this food and beverage PowerPoint.

    Sing Bate, bate chocolate.

    Open this Scavenger Hunt, flip your laptop into tablet mode and find someone who likes the food in each square and type their name in that square.  Ask them, "¿Te gusta?" and the name of the food if it is singular, or "¿Te gustan?" and the name of the food if it is plural.  They will answer, "Sí, me gusta/n" or "No, no me gusta/n."  If the answer is no, keep asking until you find someone who answers yes and type that person's name.

    Learn foods and fruits,and vegetables and restaurant foods then play ONLY the games Four in a Row and Sow Grow for each of those  topics on the games tabs on those pages.

    Listen to the fruits and vegetables then play the Listening Challenge in top  right corner.

    Or listen and watch here and here. 

     

    Spanish Telling Time:

    WL.7.1.NM.B.L.1.a - Respond to learned questions.

    WL.7.1.NM.B.L.1.b - Ask memorized questions.

    ¿Qué hora es?

    Es la una.

    Son las dos.

    ONCE - 11  DOCE - 12

     UNIT 2 Test Review

    • WL.7.1.NM.A.4 - Identify familiar people, places, and objects based on simple oral and/or written descriptions. 
    • WL.7.1.NM.B.1 - Use digital tools to exchange basic information at the word and memorized - phrase level related to self and targeted themes. 
    • Click on the green Solo game button on Quizziz.
    • Enter the code your teacher has on the board to join a Live game. 
    • Here is the Study Guide that was distributed as a paper copy in class.  Here is the answer key.
    • You may practice on Quizlet on Flashcards and Match only.  When you open Flashcards, go to the bottom left, select Options, then Answer with "English."
    • Go to Quizlet Live and enter the code the teacher puts on the board.  Then enter your ENGLISH name.

     kahoot review Kahoot review ( revisar) 

     

    Lesson: Cinco de Mayo Celebration

    Click in these  three videos clips to learn about facts and history about Cinco de Mayo Celebration Cinco de Mayo Videos

    Watch this cool PBS kids video clip about Cinco de Mayo celebration PBS Kids video clip

    Read this little article about "Cinco de Mayo"  Cinco de mayo 

    Answer the questions about the videos in this Brain Quiz "Cinco de Mayo" Brain Quiz

    Watch this fun song about Cinco de Mayo celebration  "Cinco de mayo" 

    Watch this video clip about Mexican culture Mexican culture facts

    Answer this easy quiz five questions Easy Quiz five questions

    Play this Moby's match concentration game about Mexico Juego de Concentración  

    Be creative and artistic with these symbols of Mexican culture, including the flag! 

     

    Click here for the GAME   or go to  google write joinmyquiz.com and write  the CODE 588544

     

    Grade 5th Elementary Online Plan  

    Schedule

    Hurffville School May 11 

    Wedgwood School May 13 and May 14

    Birches School May 18 

    Lesson: La escuela 

    Newest Wall of Famers!     Victory with Volume

     

          Click Here to learn the lesson

     

    Practice the vocabulary and play ONLY Four in a row, sow grow and hangman Four in a Row, sow grow and Hangman  

    Do the Multiple Choice Quiz until your score is 90% Brain Quiz Multiple Choices

     MORE GAMES TO PRACTICE! 

    Click on School objects interactive games and play Wich one and match games which one and match

    Match the names in Spanish with their correct imagesClick - n -Match      

    MORE FUN!

    Go to google write joinmyquiz.com

    Write your english name and this code 363936 

    Play until your score is 80% or above. Have fun learning and I will review your scores in my board!  

    Or click here to play Click here to play Quizziz 

     

     

     

    Grade 5th Elementary Online Plan  May 21to June 1 

    Schedule

    Hurffville School May 21 

    Wedgwood School May 27 and May 28

    Birches School June 1 

    Lesson: "Las partes del cuerpo" 

    Partes del cuerpo – Aprendo español

     

     

     Click Here to learn all lesson with your teacher

     

     

     

    Grade 5th Elementary Online Plan (June 4 to 11) 

    Schedule

    Hurffville School:  June 4 

    Wedgwood School: June 8 and 9 

    Birches School: June 11  

    Lesson: Spanish Speaking Countries flags and maps. Explain were are you from? and nationalities 

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    Click Here to learn the lesson with your teacher  

     

     

    Grade 5th Elementary Online Plan  

    Schedule

    Hurffville School June 16

    Wedgwood School June 18 

    lesson: review greetings in Spanish, French and German 

    How to Set Up a Station Rotation in a World Language Classroom ...

    Click here to learn the lesson with your teacher