Grade 6

We discussed " Dime cómo eres." By now you should be able to talk and write about what you and others like or dislike. You should also be able to describe things. You should have studied  pp. 64-65. Then to reenforce your understanding, you should have written 5 statements using the singular and plural form of verb gustar.
You should have also written sentences for each of the pictures, part 24, "¿Quiénes hablan?", p. 64, following the patterns given in part 23, "Dime cómo eres."

          Ex: Me llama Carlos. Soy Muy atlético. Me gustan las fiestas.

• Revisit Vocabulario en acción 2, pp. 62-63. Remember: To ask someone what he or she likes Use
  ¿Te gusta(n) ...?                      Sí, me gusta(n) mucho ...
    Do you like ...?                        Yes, I like ... a lot.

Ex: ¿Te gusta la pizza?              Sí, me gusta mucho la pizza.
       
       ¿Te gustan los deportes?    No, no me gustan los deportes. 

• Continue studying  pp. 48-49 and 54-55 

• Revisit pp. 36-37

• Continue studying the present tense of verbs ser & tener.
Remember to review how to write  affirmative and negative form of  statements.
Ex Tú eres inteligente. 
     Tú tienes 11 años. 

    Tú no eres inteligente.
    Tú no tienes 11 años.

      Due: Friday,  January 18,  2019

We have had extra practice
• giving, asking and spelling phone numbers, e-mail addresses, the time, the date and the day
• asking how someone is and saying how you are doing
• using the verb ser in the present tense
• writing Spanish punctuation marks and written accents

 Remember to:
• Continue studying Gramática 1 & 2, pp. 12-15 & 24-27

•  Review pp. 18-23. Practice answering such as:
 ¿Cuál es tu hombre?
 ¿Cuál es el teléfono de Rosita?
 ¿Qué fecha es hoy?
 ¿Qué día es hoy?
 ¿Cuándo es tu cumpleaños?

•  Continue studying numbers 0-100 to reenforce your knowledge. Remember You should be able to pronounce and spell each number correctly. Refer to pp. 18 and 20, book: ¡Exprésate! Spanish 1A.
     
• increase your vocabulary by using "Alan's technique (from FluentU blogs@fluentu.com):
      -  Before you go into the shower, identify 5 words that you want to learn.
      -  Create a sentence that links those 5 words.
      -  The sentence doesn't have to make sense. It just has to be highly memorable.
      -  Keep repeating that sentence to yourself in the shower.
      -  See if you can remember it until you're done showering.

Voila!

You'll find that the words are stuck in your head."