This class is a continuation of the fall semester Spanish 1 class, but the fall Spanish class is not a prerequisite to taking this class.
Students will begin to build up their Spanish vocabulary with interaction in the target language. They will learn the alphabet in Spanish to set a strong foundation on how to pronounce and understand the word meaning and its structure. They will learn the verb “gustar” (to like) to describe their likes and dislikes, the verb “hacer” (to do) to tell what they like to do, and the verb “ir”( to go). I will give students the opportunity to communicate amongst their classmates to produce their ability to speak the language.
Verb to go, to do and to like
AR Verbs – Present Tense
Places in the city
Likes and dislikes
How do I describe my family? What don’t you like?
How do I ask someone what are they doing? What do you like to go?
How do I use the verb “hacer’’ to tell their actions in the present tense?
How do I use the verb “gustar’’ to tell what they like and what don’t you like?
Señora Lastinger is a certified bilingual educator in both Spanish and Portuguese. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Early Education Pedagogy from Santa Cecilia Dos Bandeirantes, Santos, São Paulo in Brazil, her Post-Bachelors in Psychopedagogy from Sede Sapient, São Paulo, Brazil and an MBA in Human Resources from the University of Dallas. She is originally from Brazil and currently lives in Texas teaching Spanish, Portuguese and ESL. She loves to provide opportunities for students to explore language and culture and builds a foundation that builds students’ confidence while they learn to speak a second language. She incorporates fun, songs and games into her lessons to help students retain the vocabulary they are learning. Who wants to have fun with Señora Lastinger?!
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