Be sure to finish your formal project from last unit before noon today! Sent out a Remind-er at 9am 4/20/2020...
Practice your trabajo de la campana of double object pronouns.
Download your vocab list. I did the work for you, but you still need to memorize the vocabulary in order to use it for your final project (yeap, you just read that right). Page 2 is review vocabulary from Spanish 1 (it's food). So make a quizlet, make flashcards, however you need to practice the words, but practice!
Wed-Thurs, April 21-22, 2021
Watch the class below (between the two days).
Be sure to pause to do the practice (this is why I let you split it between two days instead of assigning it all for one) There are 4 times in total to pause to practice.
A good half-way, stopping point for Tuesday would be before you learn negative commands (after you practiced affirmative commands with pronouns) which is at 10:35 for the stopping point.
Read the below reminder notes on the grammar covered in this class!
Reminder: The LELO rule still applies with commands
Watch the songs: Mariposita, Gallina Cocinera, Amasa la Torta, & Soy una Taza (this is a culture grade that will be fun, so be sure you know the motions & the lyrics, meaning you will need to watch the different versions posted below...welcome to the Hispanic version of "I'm a Little Teapot" which is also a clever way to help with vocab)
Read the following pictures on popular foods in different, Hispanic countries around the world.
The combination of our vocabulary & our grammar is going to be used in COOKING! Cooking is a life skill that you can learn how to do during this extended quarantine. For class, you will work on recipes in Spanish & you will record yourself cooking something for your final project, but the applicability of cooking is not limited to just Spanish II!
Read the following recipes (they are legit recipes, btw)
Watch the two cooking shows/videos posted immediately below this.
Proyecto de cocina, YAY! Be sure to download your expectations snapshot document (above) & read it:
Download the word document file "Proyecto_de_Cocina--Programa_de_Cocina" and copy its contents into a Google Doc so that it's automatically saving your work as you fill it out in the following steps.
Share your Google Doc with rights to edit to: firstname.lastname@example.org
From this list ONLY choose a country:
Research what a typical lunch Menú del Día would include or be like in your country (the largest meal of the day in Hispanic cultures with a minimum of 4 courses).
Make a menu of your own with the required sections listed in the document.
Fill out your selected menu on your Google Doc
Choose 1 of the dishes (the easiest for you to create without financial burden to your family).
Research recipes for your dish.
Find your recipe that you will use to create your chosen dish.
Translate (using your head & class notes, no translators) it to Spanish; *if you found your recipe in Spanish, you will need to convert its language to be in TÚ command format (both affirmative & negative) & make sure you have used direct & indirect object pronouns with your command sentences.
Record yourself cooking your dish & telling/showing us how to create it along with you in Spanish. (*remember* from your expectations sheet, it lists exactly what is expected for this portion of the project).
Edit your recording to be 5 minutes or less.
Upload your edited recording to YouTube (let me know if you need a step-by-step guide on how to do this)
Mark your video as private or unlisted to ensure your online security.
Email me the link to your video at (see below examples of finished products of videos) email@example.com