Monthly Archives: January 2015
You will make a video using either video recorder or iMovie giving commands about how to do something. The video should contain formal or informal commands (tú, usted, ustedes– think about your audience!) but must remain consistent throughout the video. Give 6 commands using 6 different verbs. This must include at least one negative command. We will watch videos on 2/2.
Affirmative informal commands
Negative informal commands
Affirmative tu command online quiz
Formal commands online quiz
hacer, tener, estar, poder
Each person or pair of students will bring in a dish/beverage from an authentic recipe from Puerto Rico, Cuba, Domican Republic. Monday during the regular class period.
1st comment – Scroll down to “Leave a Comment” and the leave the name of your recipe and describe your experience making this dish. Write at least 3 good sentences of your choice. You do not have to answer all of the questions. Where did you get the recipe? What country does it come from? How did you choose the recipe? Did it go smoothly or did you run into trouble? Were the ingredients easy to find? How did you know when it was done? Were you pleased with the results? (English or Spanish) (5 pts) THIS IS DUE BY 8:00 AM MONDAY.
2nd comment – Each student must also leave a comment on at least one recipe that is posted. This is for your reactions to the food– more than if you liked it or not. 1-2 good sentences of your choice. What did it taste like? Would you make this dish? Is there something in it that you didn’t like? (Be polite) Which dish did you try for the first time? Does it taste like something you have had before? When? Each comment will be moderated. (Spanish) (2 pts) THIS IS DUE 8:00 AM TUESDAY
NOTE- EACH ENTRY MAY HAVE A MAXIMUM OF 4 COMMENTS. BE ORIGINAL!!!
Extra Credit – Go to Dos Hermanos in Westlamd. Record your visit of you telling attendant what you are making and asking for ingredient in espanol. 7 pts