The various parts of the face and body are this month’s theme for the elementary school students.Theywill watch videos, sing songs and play memory games to reinforce the lesson. At the end of the lesson, we will play Bingo. Yes!
In addition, students will learn about the Holy Week celebrations in Spain and Latin America. They will watch the street processions in Sevilla, Spain, in which magnificent ‘pasos’ (floats) are carried around the streets by teams of ‘costaleros’ (bearers) followed by hundreds of ‘nazarenos’ (penitents). Students will also learn about the Holy Week processions in Guatemala, where people decorate the streets by making elaborate carpets of colored sawdust.
Middle school students will take The National Spanish Examination at the end of this month. This is an online standardized test that measures student’s performance and achievement in Spanish. Good luck to all my students!
Sixth grade students will complete the chapter “Tu dia en la Escuela” (Your day at school). The children will talk about school schedules and subjects. They will also review subject pronouns and learn to conjugate “ar” ending verbs. Finally, the students will learn the correct pronunciation of the letter “c”.
Seventh grade studentswill study the chapter called “Para mantener la salud” (To maintain one’s health). The students will be able to talk about food and beverages for dinner, discuss food, health and exercise choices. Also, the students will learn the correct pronunciation of the letters “l” and “ll”.
Eighth grade students will complete the chapter called “En mi dormitorio” (In my bedroom). Upon completion of this chapter, the students will be able to describe their bedroom and make comparisons. Additionally, students will learn the correct pronunciation of the letters “r” and “rr”.