Assignments for the next two weeks have been posted to Google Classroom. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions, concerns, or confusion. If I see a common factor of confusion, I will set up a time where I can do a Q&A on ZOOM for anyone in need of additional help.
I have also posted some helpful NOTES on your Google Classroom Notes page. You will definitely need to review these notes before attempting to do the work for the week of 04/20 – 04/24
Please check Google Classroom for your next assignment. I have posted instructions, as well as a rubric on google classroom. It is a family tree project. You will have until Friday, April 10th at 3:35 PM to get it completed. Do not forget that I will be on ZOOM tomorrow, March 26 from 1:00-1:30 to answer any questions that any of you may have.
I will be attempting to host a ZOOM meeting on Thursday afternoon from 1:00 – 1:30. The purpose of this is to a give a brief summary of the assignments we have had so far. It will also be used to briefly introduce the next assignment. This is NOT mandatory, but it could be beneficial to some of you. Please click the link below if you want to join in on the meeting.
Please see Google Classroom for your assignment. You will be practicing the use of tener, dar, ser, ir, and estar. Below are some help videos to refresh you on the conjugations of the verbs. Remember, they are IRREGULAR, so you may need a refresher. You can also check the google notes page for additional help.
For the remainder of this week, you will be working on the quizizz review of regular present tense verbs. It will be posted on Google Classroom. Please sign in and click the link via your google classroom to access the practice review. You can do the assignment as many times as you want and will have until Friday at 3:35 to get the highest grade possible. Posted below is a link of a teacher giving a review/explanation of how to conjugate regular present tense verbs. Please watch the video if Spring Break has left a void in your memory on how to conjugate these basic verbs. If you have any additional questions, please do NOT hesitate to email me. I will respond as quickly as possible.