1. Wimba Wednesday: Week 17 Sra. Odoms NCVPS Spanish II Final Exam Review for U6-10
2. Final Exam: GuidelinesHere are the following Spanish Department Guidelines as they pertain to the Final Exam: The final exam is mandatory. No one is exempt. The final exam must be proctored by school personnel, if you take the course at school. If you do not take the course at school, your ELA should let me know your arrangements/ proctor. You must complete all of unit 10 before being given the password. Your ELA will check that you have completed all previous assignments (from Week 17 & 18) before giving you the password.)
3. Final Exam: GuidelinesFYI: Students in Spanish 2 courses are scheduled to take the final exam during the week of May 28-31st. However, I know that some of you will need to finish earlier, which is fine. The final exam tab is already open and ready for you when youve have completed the prerequisites. It will close permanently on Friday May 31st at 5 pm. The final exam is worth 25% of your final grade (with Q1=37.5% and Q2=37.5%).
4. What to Expect on the Final Exam There are 3 parts to the final exam (A, B & C) that cover units 6-10. You need to complete all three parts, as they are all graded to form your “Final Exam Average” which is 25% of your final grade. You must review the online textbook link first (in the Final Exam tab) before being granted access to Part A of the final exam.
5. What to Expect on the Final Exam Part A is made up of 2 required essay questions to be written completely in Spanish on major topics that have been covered. Part A must be completed before you are able to see/gain access to Part B.. This part is password-protected and must be proctored.
6. What to Expect on the Final Exam Part B is composed of 34 multiple choice, true/false, and fill-in-the-blank questions covering grammar, culture, language, and listening. This part is password-protected and must be proctored.
7. What to Expect on the Final Exam Part C is a comprehensive, reflective, and creative project using a web 2.0 tool of your choice for you to show what you have learned in the course. There are visual, audio (speaking), and written components to the project. Some of the project will be in English and some in Spanish, so make sure that you read/follow the directions carefully. This part is not password-protected and it can be completed anytime.
8. What to Expect on the Final ExamYou are NOT to use anything besides your brains (no notes, no dictionaries, no translators, no people, etc.)
9. Preparing for/Before the Final ExamYou should: Complete all of unit 10 to the best of your ability. Re-read units 6-10 of the online textbook (located in the final exam tab) thoroughly. Review/study your notes. Plan ahead and schedule to take the exam as soon as you can take it (but definitely before Friday May 31st - so if there are any tech issues, I will have time to identify/fix them before the exam closes).
10. Preparing for/Before the Final ExamYou should: Complete any/all of the “Supplemental Activities” and/or the “SAS” assignments to review the material and prepare yourself. Check your computers to make sure that Java and Quicktime are updated. You may want to check that it works by opening a previous assignment. Make sure that you have plenty of time because you need to complete each part of the final exam in ONE SITTING.
11. During the Final Exam You are NOT to use anything besides your brains (no notes, no dictionaries, no translators, no people, etc.). Please click "save" after each question, so you get some points in the event that something happens because there will be NO RESETS. DO NOT click on anything outside of the final exam( or have other tabs/windows open) while the final exam is open because it may cause it to freeze and there are NO RESETS.
12. During the Final Exam You CANNOT SAVE any part of the final exam and come back to it. If a question messes up, continue with the rest of the exam, submit as normal, and then let me know immediately afterward in a BB message. Take your time, attempt every question, and do your best! :-)
13. After the Final Exam Check over all of your grades and let me know if thereare any errors. You will need to send me a BBmessage indicating the unit and assignment name/s forany/each assignment. Complete any/all of the “Supplemental Activities”and/or the “SAS” assignments to improve your grade ifyou havent already and have time. Attend/complete any live and/or archived sessions ofthe “Culture Cafe” for extra credit if you havent alreadyand have time. ALL work is due to me by 5 pm on May 31st.
14. After the Final Exam The course will close permanently on May 31st andyou will not be able to access anything in BB after that.After that point, if you need me, youll need to email meat email@example.com. If your school/ELA needs your grade/s before I reportthem, have him/her send me an email to let me know. Please let me know if there is ever anything that I cando to help you and have a great summer! :-)
15. Unit 6: La CasaYou should be able to: talk about your house (rooms and furnishings) talk about activities that happened in the past learn additional cognate patterns learn about homes in other countries continue to develop conversational skills in Spanish
16. The verb “hay” One simple word means “there is/there are”!In preterite tense = “Hubo”
17. Now, lets practice...Translate the following sentences into Spanish:1. There are two beds in my bedroom.2. There is a big table in my dining room.3. There are four televisions in my house.4. In my house, there are six rooms.5. There are two cars in my garage.
18. Now, lets practice...Translate the following sentences into Spanish:1. I took out the trash.2. My mom cooked in the kitchen.3. Juan and Julia washed their clothes.4. My brother ate all of the food.
19. Unit 7: Las ComprasYou should be able to: learn to talk about shopping learn to bargain in a Spanish-speaking market compare items in Spanish talk about fashions talk about your preferences use numbers beyond 100, especially with shopping practice talking about activities that happened in the past learn additional cognate patterns
25. Unit 8: El EntretenimientoYou should be able to: talk about events you can go to for entertainment talk about eating at a restaurant learn to make negative responses in answering questions learn to talk about things you love or like talk about how frequently you do things talk about when things happen (today, yesterday, tomorrow) study dance forms
26. Answering questions negativelyTo answer questions negatively in Spanish, you must use TWO “nos”.The first “no” answers the question.The second “no” translates as “not”
27. Negative constructions...
28. Negative constructions...
29. Negative constructions...
30. Negative constructions...
31. Negative constructions...
32. Negative constructions...
33. Práctica1. ¿Te gusta el circo? (no)2. ¿Comes las enchiladas? (no)3. ¿Cuándo vas a la ópera? (never)4. ¿Quién sabe hablar chino en la clase? (nobody)5. ¿Hay algunas hamburguesas en el refrigerador? (none)
34. Verbs like GUSTAR
35. Verbs like GUSTAR
36. Verbs like GUSTAR
37. Verbs like GUSTAR
38. Práctica1. ¿Te gustan los comediantes? (another verb)2. ¿Te duele la cabeza?3. ¿Te interesan las películas?4. ¿Qué te molesta?
39. Unit 9: Más Tiempo LibreYou should be able to: talk about sports and other activities learn expressions to talk about feelings you are experiencing learn additional cognate patterns learn to talk about who things belong to review talking about activities in the past talk about what hobbies or activities you like to do in your spare time
40. Frequency Terms nunca a veces a menudo mucho siempre
41. Frequency Terms anteayer ayer hoy mañana pasado mañana
42. Práctica1. ¿Cuándo bailas el merengue?2. ¿Cuándo vas de compras?3. ¿Cuándo comes?4. ¿Cuándo estudias el español?5. ¿Cuándo vas a la escuela?
48. Práctica1. ¿Qué comiste para el desayuno ayer?2. ¿Qué comes para el desayuno?3. ¿Qué estás comiendo ahora?4. ¿Qué vas a comer mañana?
49. Expressions with TENERYou probably already know the following:
50. More Expressions with TENERtener cuidado to be carefultener suerte to be luckytener sueño to be sleepytener éxito to be successfultener vergüenza to be ashamed (embarrassed)tener razón to be righttener miedo to be afraid
51. Present & Past of TENER
52. Práctica con TENER1. Ella _________ cuando se gradua de la escuela secundaria.2. Nosotros ________ cuando trabajamos mucho.3. ¿Cuándo tienes miedo?4. Necesitas ____________ cuando hay agua en el piso.
53. Possessive Adjectives SHORT FORM: LONG FORM: minuestro mío nuestro tu vuestro tuyo vuestro susu suyo suyo(goes in front of noun, (goes behind noun, usedreplaces the article, must with article, must agree agree with noun) with noun)
54. Possessive Adjectives: Short
55. Possessive Adjectives: Long
56. Práctica con Adjetivos Posesivos1. Es el coche de Juan. _______________2. Es la casa de ti. _______________3. Son los amigos de nosotros. ___________4. Son las computadoras de yo. ___________
57. Unit 10: Los ViajesYou should be able to: learn to talk about taking a trip internationally plan an international trip learn to ask about where things are located in a city express activities that are going to happen in the near future talk about activities that happened in the past talk about things you know and people or places you are familiar with learn additional false cognates review telling time
58. Simple Future Tense
59. Telling Time
60. Conocer vs. Saber
61. Conocer vs. Saber
62. Buena suerte/Good luck! :-) Ive enjoyed working with you thissemester and wish you the best in your future Spanish-language learning journey!
63. BibliographyNone of these images are my own and I do not claim them as such.All images were used in individual Wimba Wednesday presentations.Please see the bibliographies on those individual presentations for details.