Match the Sayings in Spanish to the Sayings in English
Barriga llena, corazon content No man can serve two masters
Borron y cuenta nueva In the land of the blind, the one-eyed is king
Cada loco con su tema Silence is golden
Consejos vendo y para mi no tengo Every rose has its thorns
Cuentas claras, amistades largas The salt is white
De tal palo tal astilla More knows the devil for being old than for
being the devil
Donde fuego se hace, humo sale. Good fences make good neighbors
El amor es ciego, pero los vecinos no. Better late than never
El amor todo lo puede Love will find a way
El silencio es oro Like father like son
En tierra de ciegos, el tuerto es el rey In a closed mouth, no flies enter
En tierra de ciegos, el tuerto es rey
En boca cerrada no entran moscas A full belly, content heart
Mas sabe el diablo por Viejo que por diablo Let bygones be bygones
Mas puede la pluma que la espada Do as I say, not as I do
Mas vale tarde que nunca The salt is white
Mucho ruido y pocas nueces Love is blind, but the neighbors aren’t
No hay rosa sin sepinas To each his own
No se puede server a Dios y al diablo Who hopes , despairs
Quien espera, desespera
1A Use what you know about Spanish to predict the meaning of English words.
1B Say the new words to a friend (check how well you are able to say the words.)
1C Use a variety of methods to learn new vocabulary about phrases and basic needs. Link flash cards to create new sentences. Word find, Crossword puzzle.
1D Use strategies such as sentence stems to discuss new vocabulary and students’ experiences
1E Use and reuse the words/phrases learned the first 3 weeks in discussion / writing activity about a picture of choice.
1F Use the phrases to learn the meaning of the vocabulary
1G Use formal/informal English to describe an action
1H Use strategies such as context clues to learn the meaning of vocabulary
Tuesday: On a daily basis We use this expression to talk about something that happens every day.
You look fit. Do you work out in the gym?
I do, but not on a daily basis - perhaps once or twice a week.
I love seafood, don't you?
Yes, but I wouldn't want to eat it on a daily basis.
Due Wednesday: Make sentences that create a simple story about the picture. Describe one action or noun.
2A Recognize correct pronunciation of nouns and verbs in the beginning lessons.
2B Recognize sounds used in the words for the week
2C Identify words and phrases heard in a discussion about students’ choice of subject
2S Check your understanding by speaking to the teacher and a friend in English. Seek help by using the translator, only when necessary
2E Use supports such as a dictionary to enhance understanding of new vocabulary
2F Use Learning Ally Duolingo or Rosetta Stone to learn / review vocabulary, phrases and sentences.
2G Describe general meaning, main points, and details heard in a reading passage
2H Identify implicit ideas and information heard in a reading passage
2I Demonstrate listening comprehension by telling the teacher about the passage student heard.
On my / your doorstep We use this expression to say that things are very close to where we live.
Why do you like living in Clifton? Don't you think the countryside would be nicer?
No, I love it because I've got shops, museums and restaurants on the doorstep.
Living in the mountains is great.
Yes, you've got skiing right on your doorstep in winter, and great walks in summer.
Due Thursday: Study for vocabulary assessment Thursday. Be able to use the words writing and verbally. Read / speak to the teacher. - Speak using a variety of sentence stems about the words in vocabulary list. Spell English words such as (see vocabulary list) Example: la criaturita estaba asustada
Use pre-reading supports such as our Reading Strategies to understand a passage. Reading Passage.
Read materials about non-fiction with support from rewordify.com (simplified text) visuals (flash cards) word banks (on the vocabulary list)
4A Identify relationships between sounds and letters in nouns and verbs.
4B Recognize the directionality of the English text
4C Recognize the words/phrases
4D Use pre-reading supports such as our Reading Strategies to understand a passage
4E Read materials about non-fiction with support from rewordify.com (simplified text) visuals (flash cards) word banks (on the vocabulary list)
4F Use visual and contextual supports to read fiction books
4G Show comprehension of English text about students’ choice
4H Demonstrate comprehension of text read silently by correctly answering comprehension questions. Or create a picture of certain events in the story including a sentence or two per picture.
4I Show comprehension of text about reading passages through basic reading skills such as using context clues.
4J Show comprehension of text/graphic sources about poetry through inferential skills such as predictions
4K Show comprehension of text about poetry through analytical skills such as.
Thursday: Quite! We use this expression to say we agree with something completely.
He may be English, but that doesn't mean he likes the Royal Family.
Quite! But a lot of people do think that.
Concentrate on directionality, Recognize the words/phrases
The best thing about living here is the view, don't you think?
Quite. It's spectacular.
3A Pronounce the words, newly learned, correctly
3B Use new vocabulary about nouns and verbs in stories, pictures, descriptions, and/or classroom communication
3C Speak using a variety of types is sentence stems about
3D Speak using the new vocabulary about phrases and fruit
3E Share in cooperative groups about fruit
3F Ask and give information using new vocabulary words
3G Express opinions, ideas and feelings about Thanksgiving using words and phrases learned.
3H Narrate, describe and explain
3I Use formal/informal English to say
3J Respond orally to information from a variety of media sources about Thanksgiving
Friday: You can say that again! We use this expression to agree strongly with something.
I was in Poland last week.
I expect it was cold, wasn't it?
You can say that again! It was minus 22 degrees where I was staying!
5A Learn relationships between sounds and letters when writing about newly learned nouns and verbs.
5B Write using newly acquired vocabulary about
5C Spell English words such as (see vocabulary list)
5D Edit last weeks’ assessment about pictures
5E Use simple and complex sentences to write about their interests
5F Write using a variety of sentence frames and selected vocabulary about…
5G Narrate, describe, and explain in writing about
Have you seen Elena's engagement ring?
Yes, it looks really expensive.
You can say that again. She told me it cost over £2000!
Due Friday: Writing assessment : Write using newly acquired vocabulary about student choice
Qué Quien Dónde Cuando Cómo
Por qué pregunta cuántos cuánto tiempo
¿Qué color? ¿Qué tamaño?
¿Que forma? ¿A qué hora se llevará a cabo en?
¿Dónde toma lugar? ¿Qué personajes?
¿Que Estacion? ¿Qué escuchas?
¿Que ves? ¿Qué huele?
¿Qué te gusto? ¿Qué se siente como en su lengua?
¿Cómo se siente?
Explain the Writing Strategies
Write: Tell me about a time that you had to complete something quickly.
BUBBLE OUT YOUR BRAINSTORM IDEAS
Personality and Appearance
1.Tell me about your father.
What kind of person is he?
2. What does he look like?
3. What does your mother look like?
4. How about your little sister?
5. What is your brother wearing?
6. What kind of shoes does he have (on)?
7. Is Susan wearing a dress?
8. Anything else?
Well, he's very friendly, smart and funny.
He's young, short and handsome.
He has straight black hair and green eyes.
She's tall, thin and beautiful.
She has blonde hair and wears glasses.
She has curly red hair and a cute smile.
Everybody likes her.
He's wearing light brown pants and an orange t-shirt.
Sneakers, and he's wearing white socks.
No. She's wearing a blue skirt and a yellow blouse.
Yes. She's wearing boots and carrying a purse.
TO CONTRAST: Despite However Yet Rather
Instead Otherwise Even though
TO COMPARE: Likewise As well as Either Similarly
In the same way
CONTRAST Instead Yet However Nevertheless
On one hand On the other hand On the contrary
TO SHOW TIME: Recently now
after then finally Before Following Subsequently
TO SHOW EXAMPLES/Compare:
For example To illustrate such as
In fact For instance
In comparison In addition
Moreover As well as
TO SHOW CAUSE AND EFFECT
As a result Consequently Therefore Accordingly For this reason
TO SUMMARIZE: All in all As a result Consequently Finally
EMPHASIS: Above all Especially
Particularly For instance
In particular Specifically
For example Imagine
for instance In this case
SEQUENCE First of all At first
To begin with To commence
At the same time For now Meanwhile
Next Then Later Simultaneously Afterward
Immediately In the mean time
PALABRAS DE TRANSICIÓN
Para contrastar: A pesar Sin embargo Sin embargo, contrario
En lugar de ello lo contrario Aunque
A COMPARAR: De la misma manera Así como cualquier forma similar
Del mismo modo
En lugar CONTRASTE embargo Sin embargo Sin embargo
Por un lado Por otro lado, por el contrario
Para mostrar la hora: Recientemente ahora, después, finalmente, antes de seguir a continuación
Para mostrar ejemplos / Compare: Por ejemplo para ilustrar como
De hecho, por ejemplo, en comparación Además Concretamente
También Además Asimismo Además Así como
Para mostrar causa y efecto como consecuencia consecuencia tanto consiguiente Por esta razón
En resumen: En general Como resultado consiguiente último
ENFASIS: Por encima de todo Especialmente Particularmente Por ejemplo
En particular Específicamente Tal como se
ILUSTRACIÓN Por ejemplo, por ejemplo, en este caso Imagínese
SECUENCIA En primer lugar Al principio Para empezar Para iniciar
Al mismo tiempo Por ahora Mientras tanto Siguiente luego Simultáneamente Después Inmediatamente Por el momento
EXPLAIN DETAILS IN ORDER
FIRST DETAIL: For example To start To begin
MIDDLE DETAIL: Also In addition Next Plus
LAST DETAIL: Finally Last Last, but not least
CONCLUDING SENTENCE: In conclusion To summarize As you can see
All in all In summary In the final analysis Clearly
All things considered
EXPLICAR detalles con el fin
Primer detalle: Por ejemplo partida para empezar
Medio Detalle: También Además Siguiente Plus
DETALLE: Por último Por último Por último pero no menos importante
CONCLUSIÓN SENTENCIA: En conclusión En resumen Como se puede ver
Con todo En resumen En el análisis final Claramente
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