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8th Grade Spanish

For the first time, eighth graders are taking a foreign language course at CA. They are excited to be learning a new language and are ready to practice their skills at home with you. Ask them what they have learned. They are learning how to describe people. They can also say the alphabet in Spanish, as well as introduce themselves to you. Make sure they keep practicing...

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Spanish

In Spanish 1, the students are learning to communicate in Spanish more and more each day. Please take the time to ask them what they are learning about. At this point, they should all be able to describe themselves or someone else based on their physical appearance, the clothes they are wearing, and their hair style. They can talk about what is typically found in a...

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Spanish 1 & 2

Our Spanish 1 class is moving quickly, and learning more and more each day. I have been very pleased with them. The class is smaller than the one last year, and I look forward to working with this very bright group of kids in building a foundation for the development a true proficiency of a  second language. Ask them what they know in Spanish. Ask them about the...

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Spanish

¬°Saludos! Spanish 1 is moving right along. In the language we are learning, our students are challenged with learning five different verb forms for the present tense, depending on the subject of the sentence. In other words, a different verb form would be used each time when saying, I run, You run, He runs, We run, They run. The students are doing just fine with this,...

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Spanish

We are constantly growing in our language abilities. We have put descriptions behind us, and have moved on to more language development. We have begun learning verbs, which is what we will focus on, grammatically speaking, for the rest of the school year. You need to know that this transition to verbs is somewhat of a turning point in the curriculum, as the lessons will...

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