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6th Grade Spanish
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¡Bienvenido a la clase de Español- grado seis!
Two dishes (and an explanation of what they are)
Location (what continent is it on)
Flag and meaning of colors/symbols
Languages other than Spanish spoken
Largest city and capital city
Click here for USA today
Click this link to begin your webquest about Spain:
--> site about Hispanic influence in the united states
Spanish speakers: navigate here and choose three articles. If you're done, choose more. Review them and summarize them.
Welcome new sixth grade students to Spanish class! Please take a look at all the wonderful resources on your very own sixth grade wiki! As of the 2013-2014 school year, Spanish and French for 6th graders will be 9 week courses. This will give each of you a chance to be exposed to both languages and allow you to decide which one you'd like to pursue for high school credit in 7th and 8th grades.
How to Be Successful in Spanish Class.docx
These are just some of the links you can use to help you complete your research:
This site has links to ALL Spanish-Speaking countries with the flags:
This site has a map of South America where you can hover over the specific country and click on it:
This site has links to the continents in three languages Spanish, English and Portuguese:
This site has pictures and facts about South America :
This site contains info on culture, foods, etc.:
This site has World Facts on every country, such as population, altitude, etc.
More facts on countries:
Even more facts
Good place to start:
More Facts on countries:
Another good place to start:
Please be advised that homework will be on the
for students to check in the event they are not at school. Other make-up work will be given to the student upon their return to school unless prior arrangements are made with Señor Melnik.
If you are interested in helping with supplies for the entire class, please see my
DAY OF THE DEAD WEBSITE FOR POWERPOINT:
Here is the website for practicing Tener. How do you say I have the hiccups?
*Please note- if you don't capitalize Tener and put a period it will mark you wrong.
Check out this cool site on Spanish-Speaking countries:
ALPHABET SONG WE LISTENED TO IN CLASS ON 9/5 and 9/6:
Pruebita países hispanohablantes y los capitales.docx
Afro-Latino Powerpoint Assignment
Afro latino acivity.doc
Rubric for game board
Weather terms and help
The pledge in Spanish
Vocabulary List for All classes
Class-generated list of occupations.docx
For help with question words
Click here to download the Webquest:
6th Grade Webquest.docx
Topics we will cover during the semester.docx
Countries and Flags:
Countries and Flags.ppt
Countries and Capitals:
Days of the week:
Click here for a way to pick each letter and hear it pronounced:
Click here for the Salvador Dalí PowerPoint:
help on how to format text
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