WL.7.1.NM.C.C.7 - Learning about age and developmentally appropriate content that is of high interest to students and has a direct connection to the cultural contexts of the target language cultivates an awareness of the shared human experience.
¡Hola chicos y chicas! We are beginning our second unit of Spanish to finish out this marking period. Please click on the Unit One Review and the Cinco de mayo links below. Note: You do NOT need to submit work after you have completed the activities.
Please first watch Srta. Nilson's instructions.
I miss you all and would love for you to send me vidoes and pictures of you learning Spanish! Include your name and your classroom teacher: email@example.com.
Here are some review games for you to play from the first Spanish Unit:
Practice common phrases on digital dialects (after practicing the phrases, scroll down to bottom and click on "play game text" then "play game audio").
Drag and drop greetings from the bottom of the page into the the conversation bubble. You may need to click to enable Adobe Flash, then Allow. Click on the small purple "start" tab at the top left and if you need instructions, the purple instruction tab next to it.
Drag and drop answers to how are you? from the bottom of the page into the conversation bubble. Again, click start and, if need be, instructions.
Click start, then click on the microphone above the car, then click once on that color paint on the bottom of the page, then click once on the car to paint the cars.
Click start, then drag and drop the numbers from the bottom of the page.
Read these Cool Facts about Mexico!! Please x out of any ads and no need to click on any videos.
Cinco de Mayo
Be creative and artistic with these symbols of Mexican culture, including the flag! ONLY color what comes up on the link; do NOT search the site for other pages. Notice on the bottom right of page, you can choose paint brushes, crayons, markers or tubes!