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11.1: Learning Log

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    Learning Log – Puentes – lección 11

    This is a list of topics you are responsible for in Lesson 11. For each one, list at least two things you did to learn the material. List the specific exercises, not just the name of the website. Be aware that you may need many more than two for some of the topics. Do as many as you need to until you are confident that you know the material well enough to get the grade you would like on the exam and to reach the stated objective. There are often links in the book to websites that have exercises to help you practice the topic on that page.  There are two parts to this assignment. Part I

    Lesson 11

    1) Know rooms of the house, furniture, and chores. Be able to describe your ideal home with at least 15 vocabulary words (recommendation – ver-taa, spanishdict lesson 11)


    2) The subjunctive: Be able to correctly conjugate verbs in the subjunctive. Be able to use the subjunctive to tell what kind of house or roommate you are looking for and to tell what you want or don´t want people to do. (recommendations – - unit 7, - present subjunctive (do lessons 1 and 4 and also scroll down to see all of the info on conjugating the subjunctive), Spanish Language and Culture, spanishdict lesson 11 - Click on the arrow next to Start the Quiz, click on conjugation drill, click on present subjunctive)


    3) Review the formal imperative: Be able to correctly conjugate verbs in the formal imperative. Be able to give positive and negative commands to a group, both with and without pronouns. - imperative (lessons 3 and 4),,, Spanish Language and Culture) Be able to give commands to a person in a formal situation. (Spanish Language & Culture | Command Forms Index) For example, a doctor giving commands to a patient. Be able to give suggestions to a group you are in using the nosotros imperative. (Spanish Language and Culture, spanishdict lesson 11 - Click on the arrow next to Start the Quiz, click on conjugation drill, click on affirmative and negative imperative and click on all of the pronouns except for tú, vos, and vosotros.) 

    4) gramática – Informal Imperative: Be able to correctly conjugate verbs in the informal imperative. Be able to give positive and negative commands to a friend, roomate, younger sibling, or pet both with and without pronouns. ( (unit 8:91),, Spanish Language and Culture, spanishdict (lessons 1 and 2)


    Part II

    Lesson 11

    1.      Listening – 5 activities or 10 min total for lección 11– please list them. This can include vocabulary / grammar in context, but it can also include ads, movie trailers, tv shows, songs, etc. Here are some suggestions, but you can also look for other options: vocab in context: Easy Spanish: Describe Your House




        2. Speaking – Pronunciation – 1 activity – Repeat what you hear. (Recommendation – repeat pronunciation activities on studyspanish, repeat select lines from ver-taal exercises

    (trailers, for example, using the transcripts)



    2.      Reading – 1 reading of at least one paragraph in Spanish, a fill in the blank exercise can count. Just make sure you are paying attention to the meaning as well as the conjugations. (recommendation – ver-taal – any of the transcripts of the reports about casa, hogar under buscar por tema)



    3.      Writing – at least ten complete sentences in Spanish. Suggestions for topics: Description of your ideal home, commands to a group of people, commands to one person in a formal situation, suggestions for a group of which you are a member, what you would want a roommate to be like, what chores should be done and how often)



    4.      Culture – Look up something about Hispanic culture and summarize your findings in at least 5 sentences. Then write your observations, comparisons, analysis, perception, or opinion about the information. Please write about a specific topic instead of just listing random, unrelated facts. (recommendations – homes or living environment in any Hispanic area, The Moors in Spain, Granada, Arabic influences on Spanish, Indigenous languages in Latin America, Indigenous words in Spanish)


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