TO PARENTS/STUDENTS: I am available for AE in room AR213 every morning (7:15- 7:55 a.m) THIS IS ON a first come first serve basis. I will try and be as efficient as possible. There are scheduled meetings on the 2nd and 4th Wed. a.m. of the month. I will not be available on those mornings/afternoons. Friday AE: is at 7:30a.m. Afternoons by apt. only.
I will try to keep the following listing updated on a regular basis-to help students keep track of assignments as well as useful tidbits that can help students have a successful year.
Everyone can learn a foreign language! One must be willing to take risks with the language, ask questions, get help with problem areas and most importantly, have fun and stay motivated.
MUSTS FOR SUCCESS:
REVIEW CLASS NOTES AND CURRENT VOCABULARY ON THE NIGHT OF YOUR CLASS AS WELL AS YOUR "OFF DAY," DON'T FORGET TO REVIEW PREVIOUS CHAPTERS PERIODICALLY. DO ALL HOME WORK ASSIGNMENTS/AND READ INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY SO YOU HAVE TIME TO ASK QUESTIONS BEFORE ITS DUE. USE PICTURE FLASHCARDS WHEN EVER POSSIBLE, LISTEN TO SPANISH ON TV AND ON THE RADIO.
See clipboard in AR213 for assignments and log of daily activities.
Final exam: May 15/16 to include, reading selections incorporating chapters 5-8 as well as listening activity fro m Ch 6/8, be able to recognize the correct verb forms, differences between using ser/estar, how to make stem changes in verbs, correct use of gustar type verbs and their indirect object pronouns, vocabulary for daily routine, chores, places in and around the city, question words,plans for your free time
Oral exam-4-5 questions 17/18 all books need to be turned in on 17/18th. 21 will be a make up and finish orals and 22-23 will be day for writing sample and cultural food exchange.