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Skills Stickers List
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Skills Stickers List
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Skills Stickers List
Skills Stickers List
Skills Stickers List
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  • 1. I have skills in Spanish Classand stickers to show for it<br />By Señora Culpepper<br />*Derived from skills outlined in the <br />Linguafolio Jr. self-assessment tool. <br />
  • 2. What do stickers show? <br />Ability to communicate orally in Spanish<br />Knowledge<br />Risk-taking<br />Growth in language acquisition<br />
  • 3. Overview<br />Students earn stickers when they demonstrate certain skills as outlined by the Linguafolio Jr. Self-Assessment tool.<br />Students may try for a sticker when they wish.<br />If a skill is not adequately demonstrated, <br /> they may try for the same sticker <br /> the next day.<br />
  • 4. *Some colors have more than one name. You only need to know one for the sticker quiz. <br />amarillo — yellow <br />anaranjado(naranja) — orange<br />azul — blue <br />blanco — white <br />dorado — golden <br />gris — gray <br />café (pardo, marrón) — brown <br />negro — black <br />Morado (púrpura, violeta)— purple <br />rojo — red <br />rosado(rosa) — pink <br />verde — green<br />Colors<br />To hear the colors, click here.<br />
  • 5. I can count from 1-20<br /> 1. uno<br />2. dos<br />3. tres<br />4. cuatro<br />5. cinco<br />6. seis<br />7. siete<br />8. ocho<br />9. nueve<br />10. diez<br /><ul><li> 11. once
  • 6. 12. doce
  • 7. 13. trece
  • 8. 14. catorce
  • 9. 15. quince
  • 10. 16. diez y seis/ dieciseis
  • 11. 17. diez y siete/diecisiete
  • 12. 18. diez y ocho/ dieciocho
  • 13. 19. diez y nueve/ diecinueve
  • 14. 20. veinte</li></ul>To practice your numbers along with <br />Mr. Cooper’s class, click here. <br />
  • 15. Days of the Week<br />lunes<br />martes<br />miércoles<br />jueves<br />viernes<br />sábado<br />Domingo<br />Days of the week and months of the year are not capitalized in Spanish.<br />To hear the days, click here.<br />
  • 16. Name the months of the year<br />enero January <br />febrero-February <br />marzo-March <br />abril-April <br />mayo-May <br />junio-June <br />julio-July <br />agosto-August <br />septiembre-September <br />octubre-October <br />noviembre-November <br />diciembre-December<br />Meses del año. (Months of the year, boom, boom!)<br />Click the speaker to hear Mrs. Crowder’s <br />class sing the Months Macarena.<br />To hear the months, click here.<br />*Days and months <br />are not capitalized.<br />
  • 17. Counting by 10’s to 100<br />10 diez<br />20 veinte<br />30 treinta<br />40 cuarenta<br />50 cincucuenta<br />60 sesenta<br />70 setenta<br />80 ochenta<br />90 noventa<br />100 cien<br />Listen to the counting song by SeñoraOllek’s class.<br />
  • 18. Name 10 Body Parts<br />Click here to study any ten body parts. <br />Think about the song, <br />Cabeza, hombros, rodillas y pies.<br />Rodillas y pies, rodillas y pies.<br />Cabeza, hombros, rodillas y pies.<br />Rodillas y pies, rodillas y pies. <br /> Ojos, orejas, bocanariz.<br />Cuello, estómago, brazos y piernas.<br /> Brazos y piernas, brazos y piernas.<br />Cuello, estómago, brazos y piernas,<br /> Brazos y piernas, brazos y piernas.<br />manos, dedos y dedos de los pies.<br />Don’t forget to point to your body as you name the parts.<br />
  • 19. ¿Cuánto cuesta?<br />Name the price of five items <br /> correctly from a sale paper in Spanish.<br /> Examples: $14.93, $3.69, $28.00, $76.oo<br />Use the words dollar(s) and cent(s).<br /> (dólares y centavos)<br />Tell how many items for the price.<br />( # por $ )<br />Examples: 3/$1.00, 2/50¢, 4/$1.50<br />I CAN TELL<br />DINERO<br />HOW MUCH SOMETHING COSTS. <br />
  • 20. Can you tell others the following information about yourself?<br />What is your name? <br />Me llamo _____________.<br />How old are you?<br />Tengo ___ años.<br />How many brothers and sisters do you have?<br />Tengo ___ hermanas y ___ hermanos.<br />Name something you like. <br />Me gusta _______________.<br />Tell something you don’t like.<br /> No me gusta _______________.<br />I can tell others about myself.<br />
  • 21. Seasons and Months<br />Name the seasons and their months.<br />El InviernoLa Primavera <br /><ul><li>diciembremarzo</li></ul>enero mayo<br /><ul><li>febreroabril</li></ul>El OtoñoEl Verano<br />septiembrejunio<br />octubrejulio<br />noviembreagosto<br />
  • 22. Pledge of Allegiance<br />Recite the pledge of allegiance in Spanish.<br />“Yo prometo lealtad a la bandera de los Estados Unidos de América y a la republica que representa. Una nación, bajo dios, indivisible <br /> con libertad y justicia para todos.”<br />
  • 23. Conversing at a Restaurant<br />Student: “Hola. Una mesa para cuatro, por favor.” (Hello, a tableforfour, please.)<br />Teacher: “Sí, aquí esta su mesa.” (Yes, hereisyourtable.) <br />Student: “El menú, por favor.” (A menu, please,) <br />Teacher: “Aquí, esta su menú.” (Yes, hereisyourmenu.) <br /> “¿Puedotomarsuorden?” (May I take your order?) <br />Student: “Un filete y ensalada para mí, por favor.” (A steak and<br /> salad for me, please.)<br />Teacher: “¿Algo de beber?” (Something to drink?) <br />Student: “Un café, por favor.” (Coffee, please.)<br />Teacher: “¿Esoestodo?” (Is that all?) <br />Student: “¿Dónde está el baño?” (Whereisthebathroom?)<br />Teacher: “¿Allí, algomás?” (Over there, something more?) <br />Student: “Sí, necesito la cuenta, por favor.” (Yes, I needthecheck, please.)<br />
  • 24. I can name the planets and tell where I live.<br />MercurioJúpiterVenusSaturnoMarteUranoLaTierra<br />Neptuno<br />To say where you live, you can say: <br />Vivo en el planeta de la tierra, en el continente de Norte America, en el estado de Georgia, en la ciudad de Columbus, en la calle (street). <br />
  • 25. Izquierda, derecha,<br />delante, detras,<br />cerca, lejos <br />y algo mas,<br />Abajo, arriba, <br />enfrente, encima, <br />ahora muchachos se acabo la rima.<br />Las Direcciónes Rhyme Song<br />(Andsomethingmore,)<br />(nowkids, the rhyme is finished)<br />
  • 26. Membership has its privileges.<br />Students who join Spanish club in 5th grade earn this sticker for their notebook. <br />

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