I will check for different handwriting, but will also listen to make sure one person is not blurting or showing answers to his/her teammates!
When you are finished, please yell “¡LISTOS!” (or “¡LISTAS!” if your table has only girls), so Ms. Williams will know to come over and check your answer!!
EXPECTATIONS FOR TEST-TAKING IN SPANISH CLASS:
Get ready for the quiz!!
I don’t want there to be any doubt that you did what you did ON YOUR OWN, the best you could.
SO, to make sure, HERE ARE MY EXPECTATIONS:
if you need to get up, PLEASE RAISE YOUR HAND FIRST. Ms. Williams can come get your pencil; just raise your hand!!
if you have a question, please ask, QUIETLY. The worst that can happen is Ms. Williams says “I can’t tell you that.”
Other than that, there is ABSOLUTELY NO TALKING.
YOU MAY ONLY GET UP WHEN YOU ARE FINISHED!
Please make sure you BUBBLE IN THE ANSWER on your WHITE SHEET for Part A!
Then, just like in Mr. Tell, Mr. Pahl, Ms. Benhardus, Ms. Davit, Ms. Olsen, & Ms. Albright’s classes, you can COME UP TO MS. WILLIAMS’ COMPUTER and find out HOW YOU DID!
The computer’s camera scans and grades your answers automatically -- so double check please!!
The TWO QUESTIONS Ms. Williams may ask you are:
¿Cómo te llamas? and
¿Cómo estás tú?
What do they mean, again?
How do you answer them in Spanish?
If you notice there are still some things you're getting hung up on:
Please use your Study Guideto help you study more this evening!! (Page 1)
Please make sure you are double checking your answers with the Answer Key!
If you have any other questions, please be sure to ask Ms. Williams!
The new VOCABULARY
If you are FINISHED with your quiz, here are your priorities:
GET A vocabulary sheet!
FILL IT IN with the English translation!!
think of the things you like to do (in English).
FLIP OVER YOUR VOCAB SHEET →
You’re going to write on the blank side!
figure out how to say “I like to (do those things) IN SPANISH!!
Please write 3-5 sentences that say “I like to ---.” and 1-2 sentences that say “I don’t like to ---.” IN SPANISH! → Me gusta….. / No me gusta...
IF you finish up your SENTENCES:
Please label each section or each word:
What you already know (with a checkmark or :D!)
What you remember but need to review (**)
If you just need to work on SPELLING, you can write SP
What you haven’t learned or don’t remember learning (use a ?? or other symbol)
THEN, make sure you’re thinking about what you like to do!!!
La Tarea: WEDNESDAY: Study for the parts of the quiz you didn't understand -- be ready to finish the quiz tomorrow!! Be sure to study tonight! Look below or use the link above for the answers to the study guide!!
THURSDAY: Make sure you fill in the NEW VOCAB!
Check out the QUIZLET flashcards!! Check out these NEW WORDS! What do you they make you think of? Try to see if we can SAY THEM together!!