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Parent Letter for grades K-5.
Class Materials for Grades: 1-5
Class Materials for Grades: 4-5
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Spanish Reading Log weekly Homework for
Grades 4 & 5: Students are to take one level 1 Spanish book home every week in their book baggies (unless a Spanish project is assigned). Students are responsible to complete a handwritten book log based on their reading comprehension on a separate sheet of loose-leaf paper to be collected for our next Spanish class.
Please look at the Spanish reading log template (on right): students are to include: titulo, autor, ilustrador, resumen del libro, y nuevas palabras.
Please look at the the Spanish reading log sample (on right): This sample shows what is expected from our Spanish reading log each week.
4th grade students are to write a 3-5 sentence summary and select three new/ favorite words they have learned. They are to translate each word.
5th grade students are to write a 5-7 sentence summary and select 3 new/ favorite words they have learned. Students are then to complete 3 new Spanish sentences using these words.
When Spanish book log is returned: Students are to keep track of all their Spanish book logs in their Spanish folders.
Actual Student Samples
The following student used the correct heading and template for their Spanish reading log for grade 4.
The following student completed an exemplar summary for their Spanish reading log for grade 5.
Copies of class worksheet/homework
Grade 1 &2:
Grade 1 Alphabet:
Grade 2 Alphabet:
4th & 5th grade:
Hispanic Heritage Month Project
Every year, from September 15th to October 15th, Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated in the United States. It’s a month to celebrate the Hispanic presence in the US and contributions to the country.
I found a simple project posted on a middle school blog run by Señorita Lona and would like for my fifth grade students to randomly select one famous Hispanic (from the list below) and conduct an interview with a partner. One partner will be the interviewer and the other one will be the interviewee.
Students are to use a free version of the app called “Voice Record.” to record their interview.
After recording their interview they are to then create their own QR codes with a free program called “QR code.” . Once all information is gathered the students will create a poster like the model provided below.