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Tomorrow we will review the vocabulary that will probably be covered on his test and we will write a practice essay."
o Conjugating the verb: SER (To Be)
o Demonstratives: This, That, Those.
Este/Esta, Ese/Esa, Estos/Estas, Esos/Esas
o Vocabulary: Food Items and categories.
o Introduction to conjugation in the future with verb "IR" (To Go) + Infinitive Form of the verb (without being conjugated)
• We worked on: Exercises for SER and Demonstratives.
• Attitude: We are definitely building and as we build the student will feel more of a challenge. I can see how the student constantly bringing vocabulary he's learned previously. Well done!
• Encouraged: Making sure we don't go off into too many branches at once.
o Review new Vocabulary for Food Items and categories.
o Review your verbs
• WIN: I saw his excitement when he got how to make a sentence in the future.
• Up Next:
o We will work on adding food items to his vocabulary.
o We will work on rehearsing restaurant conversations."
When we first began this project last week, she seemed a little rusty on the Spanish she hadn't used in a while. By the end, however, she was able to recall structures quickly from using them repeatedly. She mostly stuck to words that she knows, which is important for maintaining confidence in a second language.
Before we wrapped up, we proofread everything she had written. We returned to the dictionary when she was uncertain of a word. She put in a lot of time, and even wrote more than the minimum requirements in some paragraphs!"