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Spanish Scholar’s Honor Pledge: Quiz A

Nombre________________


Fecha__________________
Los Colores y Los Objetos de la Clase

EXAMEN (50 points)-Carefully read all instructions!!
I. Los Colores (diez points)

Treion Brown, Gerald Jones, Jarriett Kiser, and Jonathon Martin are very excited to look out Ms. Park’s window and see a rainbow. They desperately want to tell Ms. Park what colors they see but want to use the Spanish they have learned in order to impress her. Write the following colors of the rainbow in Spanish. Spelling counts!


1. blue__________________ 6. white_________________
2. green_________________ 7. orange________________
3. black_________________ 8. red__________________
4. pink__________________ 9. brown________________
5. purple_________________ 10. yellow_______________
II. Los objetos de la clase (dieciseis points)

Otis Massey, Larissa Ward, Jessica Thomas, and Kiona Bean BADLY want to buy Ms. Park a birthday gift to show their love and admiration for their FAVORITE teacher, Ms. Park.  But they do not know what to do! They ask their classmates George Goddard, Helen Stanton, Shaunice Arrington, and James Johnson to come up with the brilliant idea to get Ms. Park classroom objects. Since all of Ms. Park’s classmates are superb students they will only ask for the items in Spanish. Correctly write the classroom object in Spanish to help your fellow classmates get these items for Ms. Park’s birthday presents. Do not forget to write the objects using definite article (el, la, los, las)! Do not forget that some of the nouns are plural!


1. students’ desks________________ 9. pencil _____________________
2. clock________________________ 10. chalkboard________________
3. books_______________________ 11. computer _________________
4. chalk_______________________ 12. windows__________________


dos
5. door_______________________ 13. chairs_____________________
6. pen________________________ 14. teacher’s desk_______________
7. sheets of papers_______________ 15. notebook___________________
8. classroom___________________ 16. pencil sharpener______________
II. Los Colores y Los Objetos de la Clase (ocho points)

Brandon Foss, Apryl Hyde, Aaron Nash and Janard King are so excited that they can read and write in Spanish that they translate the following sentences for their classmates Wayne Ouzt, Marquita Johnson, and Dominic Smith!


1. There are five yellow chairs._______________________________________________.
2. Hay trece pupitres azules._________________________________________________.
3. There are ten brown tables._______________________________________________.
4. Hay uno grabadora negra.________________________________________________.

III. Definite Articles (el, la, los, las) (seis points)

Some middle school students at MacFarland are having trouble in their Spanish class. Since Ms. Park’s students are some of the nicest and smartest students in all of D. C., they decide to go tutor their middle school pals. Shante Nixon, Tiffany Reynolds, William Carlos, and Rob Robinson are especially good at their definite articles. Write the correct definite article that would be placed in front of the following Spanish nouns.
1. ________ chicos 4. _______calculadoras
2. ________ mochila 5. ______dia
3. ________senorita 6. ______sacapuntos


tres

IV. Classroom Expressions (diez points)


Chimma Ugbor and Larry Procto volunteered to help the new students how to say the following classroom expressions in Spanish! Identify the classroom expressions!
1. ¿Puedo ir al baño? A. I don’t have a pen.
2. Tengo que tomar el examen. B. Thank you.
3. No tengo boligrafo. C. May I go to the bathroom?
4. Lo siento. D. I have to take the make-up test.
5. Gracias. E. I’m sorry.
V. Extra Credit (cinco points)

Translate the following conversations.


Mario: Hello! My name is Mario. What’s your name?
Andrea: Hello! My name is Andrea.
Mario: Where are you from?
Andrea: I am from Mexico. And you?
Mario: I am from Costa Rica.
Andrea: What is your telephone number?
Mario: My telephone number is 202-345-1267. What is your telephone number?
Andrea: My telephone number is 202-832-9011. See you tomorrow!
Mario: Good-bye!


There is no dramatic difference between Form A and Form B; however, I found these subtle changes dramatically improve test scores. Essentially, Test B (differentiated exam) is all multiple choice. In addition, students taking the Test B have until the end of the school day to finish the exam. Through experience, I've learned that students who visually see the answers in front of them can effectively process what they've learned in class. Plus, I've noticed that time constraints stresses out some students who already feel hesitant about the material. All in all, tests are purposefully designed to make sure my students are learning/retaining what they have learned in class. These tests are not to meant to assess whether or not they have mastered test-taking skills.


Quiz B
Spanish Scholar’s Honor Pledge: Nombre___________

Fecha_____________



Los Colores y Los Objetos de La Clase

EXAMEN (50 points)-Carefully read all instructions!!
I. Los Colores (diez points)

Laurence Bonner, Dominic Paige, and Justin Fennell are very excited to look out Ms. Park’s window and see a rainbow. They desperately want to tell Ms. Park what colors they see but want to use the Spanish they have learned in order to impress her. Identify the following colors of the rainbow in Spanish.


1. blue ______ A. amarillo

2. green ______ B. anaranjado

3. black ______ C. blanco

4. pink ______ D. rojo

5. purple______ E. rosado/rosa

6. white_______ F. azul

7. orange______ G. negro

8. red_________ H. morado

9. brown_______ I. verde

10. yellow_______ J. café/marron



Los objetos de la clase (dieciseis points)

Oscar Giron, Toya Harrison, and Brittney Pollard BADLY want to buy Ms. Park a birthday gift to show their love and admiration for their FAVORITE teacher, Ms. Park.  But they do not know what to do! They ask their classmates Dayana Varela, Aaron Campfield, and Philip Ramsammy to come up with the brilliant idea to get Ms. Park classroom objects. Since all of Ms. Park’s classmates are superb students they will only ask for the items in Spanish. Correctly identify the classroom objects in Spanish to help your fellow classmates get these items for Ms. Park’s birthday presents.


1.students’ desks ____ 6.pen____ 11.computer___ 16.pencil____

2.clock____ 7.sheets of paper ____12.windows____

3.books____ 8.classroom____ 13.chairs_____

4.chalk_____ 9.pencil___ 14.teacher’s desk____

5.door______ 10.chalkboard 15.notebook____

dos

A. el escritorio B. las sillas C. la pluma

D. la clase E. las hojas de papeles F. el reloj

G. los libros H. las ventanas I. el lapiz

J. la tiza K. la pizarra L. los pupitres

M. la puerta N. la computadora O. el cuaderno



II. Los Colores y Los Objetos de la Clase (ocho points)

Tafauria Williams, Frederick Olayimika, and Anthony Smith are so excited that they can read and write in Spanish that they translate the following sentences for their classmates Chanel Brooks and Tiara Ray! Identify the sentences!

1. There are five yellow chairs.____ A. Hay diez mesas marrones.

2. Hay trece pupitres azules.______ B. There is one black stapler.

3. There are ten brown tables.____ C. Hay cinco sillas amarillas.

4. Hay uno grabadora negra._____ D. There are 13 blue students’desks.



III. Definite Articles (el, la, los, las) (seis points)

Some middle school students at MacFarland are having trouble in their Spanish class. Since Ms. Park’s students are some of the nicest and smartest students in all of D.C., they decide to go tutor their middle school pals. Victor Cobian and Christina Contreras are especially good at their definite articles. Identify the correct definite article that would be placed in front of the following Spanish nouns.

1.chicos_______ A.calculators

2.mochila______ B.day

3.senorita______ C.staplers

4.calculadoras___ D.backpack

5.dia____ E.boys

6.sacapuntos____ F.Miss



Tres

IV. Classroom Expressions (diez points)

Kenneth Adams and Chimma Ugbor volunteered to help the new students how to say the following classroom expressions in Spanish! Identify the classroom expressions!

1. ¿Puedo ir al baño? A. I don’t have a pen.
2. Tengo que tomar el examen. B. Thank you.
3. No tengo boligrafo. C. May I go to the bathroom?
4. Lo siento. D. I have to take the make-up test.
5. Gracias. E. I’m sorry.


V. Extra Credit (cinco points)

Translate the following conversations.


Mario: Hello! My name is Mario. What’s your name?
Andrea: Hello! My name is Andrea.
Mario: Where are you from?
Andrea: I am from Mexico. And you?
Mario: I am from Costa Rica.
Andrea: What is your telephone number?
Mario: My telephone number is 202-345-1267. What is your telephone number?
Andrea: My telephone number is 202-832-9011. See you tomorrow!
Mario: Good-bye!


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