Report Card: In public school you get your grade for your class every quarter of the school year.
Score up to 15 points for completing the assignment according to the directions and score up to 10 points more for not stumbling, for speaking easily.
Your comic strip must include the verb “tener” and other –er/-ir verbs. Your comic strip must include 6-8 detailed sentences using vocabulary words from this chapter or the previous chapters.
Your project should be grammatically correct, including the use of appropriate punctuation and accents. You will present your comic strip and read it to an audience.
Portfolio/records: In your portfolio you should include one of your writing assignments from this quarter. Days 46-48 (*)Print out a Second Quarter Grading Sheet (pdf) or use the Excel version to keep track of all the little grades from quizzes and assignments.
You can also take a screen shot of one of the online quizzes. If you are turning your portfolio into the school district, keep a separate records binder for yourself at home.
(The base of this course is “Spanish 1” offered by Georgia Virtual Learning.
Much of the wording and assignments come from there except that more activities have been added to it.
Credits: 1 Recommended: grades 8-10 Test Prep: Spanish CLEP You should wait until you’ve completed all of your Spanish studies.
Course Description: This high-school level course introduces students to effective strategies for beginning Spanish language learning, and to various aspects of Spanish speaking culture.
If you have everything perfect, then your grade is 100. Your goal is to get an A for the course at the end of the year. What can you do to avoid losing those points in the next quarter?