Espaol II Capitulo 1 Actividad 2 Qu tienen que hacer Qu tienen que hacer estas personas en sus clases Write sentences using your 1A vocab. the formula TENER QUE 2nd VERB in the INFINITIVE con una actividad diferente para cada persona. 1.___yo tango que aper_________________________________________________________________________________________ 2.____________________________________________________________________________________________ 3._____________________________________________________________________________________________ 4._____________________________________________________________________________________________ 5._____________________________________________________________________________________________ 6.______________________________________________________________________________________________ Actividad 3 Cmo son las clases Choose the correct verb and conjgate in the present tense 1.____________________________________ 6.______________________________________________ 2.____________________________________ 7.______________________________________________ 3._____________________________________ 8.______________________________________________ 4._____________________________________ 9._______________________________________________ 5.______________________________________ 10.______________________________________________ Primera Vista Actividad 1 ListeningQu hacen en la escuela Write answers in english after completing online versin. 1._________________________________________2.___________________________________________3.___________________________________ 4.___________________________________________5._________________________________________ Actividad 2 Listening Qu reglas tienes Write exactly what you hear in Spanish and then translate to English These are class rules, use you vocab. packet 1. ______________________________________________________________________________________________ 2______________________________________________________________________________________________ 3______________________________________________________________________________________________ 4______________________________________________________________________________________________ 5. ______________________________________________________________________________________________ 6. ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Manos a la Obra…
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Transitions - A Transitions are words or phrases that connect one idea to the next idea. First, next, after, and finally are examples of transitions. Ask the student to write simple directions for an activity with which they are familiar, such as making a sandwich, or making a bed. Then provide them with this list of transitions: first next then also as soon as after finally last Next, ask the student to insert a transition in the beginning of each step. Help…
which you would like to discuss.
• Brainstorm what you know of the issue currently.
• Write down questions that will help to guide your research. Your presentation will sound much more convincing if it contains evidence of good research.
• Research the topic, focussing your research on the three dot points in the task above.
• Write the body of your speech.
• Write your introduction and conclusion.
• Practise! You MUST speak, NOT read!…
How to write a good essay.
Read light to thorough resources, familiarize yourself with the basic issues; then move to more thorough research on the Academic Databases
More academic sources
Write down quotations, write down the source immediately
Quote briefly from a wide range of sources – take a little from a lot.
A lot of small quotations from numerous sources – seems well-read, knowledgeable and credible.
Mix up your search words that have similar meanings
role in “The Scarlet Ibis”
c. This simile illuminates the meaning of the story.
d. Literary devices such as foreshadowing and metaphors illustrate the theme throughout the text
2. Contractions—don’t=do not, isn’t=is not etc.
3. Unclear Sentences—If a sentence ever seems unclear, ambiguous,
4. Comma Splice—when a comma is used in place of a period or semicolon connecting two independent clauses.
a. We went home today, we are tired.
i. We went home today. We are tired. OR We went home today…
Wikipedia? Wikipedia is often a good starting point for learning about a topic, but many teachers won't let you cite it because they want you to find more authoritative sources.
Take detailed notes, keeping track of which facts come from which sources. Write down your sources in the correct citation format so that you don't have to go back and look them up again later.
Never ignore facts and claims that seem to disprove your original idea or claim. A good essay writer either includes the contrary evidence…
avoid using movies, tv shows and other more informal aspects of society as evidence
3. reflect a well-educated, widely-read, mature individual’s thoughtful reaction
4. be unified, specific, accurate, adequate, relevant, and representative
5. avoid evidence that everybody will cite.
Step two: Organizing the Essay
1. Begin by writing a meaningful opening sentence or two which makes a personal observation about the focus of
question that reveals your thinking. DON’T write flowery…
Students have written expository
Students will write historical
compositions each year beginning in
investigation reports including:
third grade – increasing in length and • Using exposition, narration,
complexity over the course of time
description, argumentation or
In elementary school, writers:
Quoted and paraphrased sources
using appropriate citations
Authored research reports, framing
questions to direct the investigation,
Use it or its (there is no apostrophe in its) instead of they or them.
• Do not use contractions.
• Use a comma only when there is a pause. Read the sentence out loud. If you pause between words, a comma might be used. If unsure, do not use a comma.
• Use a comma following a prepositional phrase at the beginning of a sentence and when a sentence begins with an adverb, e.g. however.
• Add a numbered list of references created in a standard format (look up the correct formats). Enter the number…
attention getter first and the thesis last.
The attention getter may be from 5-10 or so sentences and is followed by the thesis, which is the last sentence of the introduction. An attention getter can be done in any one of the following ways. 1. Give background information about the topic, but not the facts and information that will go in the paper. You might just tell why this topic is relevant. 2. Write an anecdote, which is a short story that you might make up illustrating the topic. For example…