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1 TUFTS UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ROMANCE LANGUAGES SPANISH 001 Online course The Department of Romance Languages is committed to educating students in the corresponding languages and cultures, both at home and abroad. Students should acquire fluency in at least one Romance language and have a firm grasp of the literatures of its countries or regions, as well as an understanding of the role those literatures play and have played in the broader dialogue between cultures, arts, and societies. Professor: Marta Rosso-O Laughlin AIMS The principal aim of the course is that the students achieve a satisfactory command of basic language structures. In order to achieve this goal, emphasis will be placed on acquiring oral-aural communication skills through online oral drills and activities, questions and answers, and live online group work. Reading and writing skills will also be developed as reinforcement to conversational ability. CULTURAL COMPONENT The course places great importance on familiarizing the student with the culture being studied. This is achieved through the cultural readings in the textbook, and a series of videos available in MySpanishLab. It is the student's responsibility to view these videos and answer the questions in their textbook. In addition there is a blog in which students will have to present an aspect of a Spanish speaking country of their choice. STUDENTS VIDEO RECORDINGS Students will produce one video recording in which they have to use all the Spanish language at their disposal to navigate through a situation. This video recording will count towards the final grade. LIVE ONLINE SESSIONS Since face-to-face communication is essential in learning a language, students are required to attend two live online sessions with the instructor and a TA. Students will meet in groups of 4 twice a week for 20 minutes. These sessions will take place on Tuesday and Thursday evenings between 6:00-8:00pm EST. The program WebEx will be used. Students are required to download it in their computers and log in at the appointed time. You also need a webcam so participants will be able to see each other during the interaction. Attendance at all live sessions is mandatory and comprises 30% or your grade. Success in the course and the grade will be affected by absences. After one absence the final grade will be lowered. After two absences, the student will be asked to drop the course. GRAMMAR TUTORIALS The Hoy día program has grammar tutorials that cover the grammar points presented in each chapter. Students are required to watch and understand these tutorials for every grammar point. They are specified in the syllabus for every week. Spanish 1 Online Page 1

2 DAILY WORK It is important that you set aside a minimum of three hours a day to work through the material assigned in the syllabus. The Hoy día program has two components: A textbook and online resources which include the Student Activities Manual (SAM), Grammar tutorials, Pronunciation and Vocabulary practice, and Video and Audio materials. Students must complete the pages assigned in the syllabus in the textbook and then complete the exercises in the SAM before the weekly live online sessions. To learn more effectively, it is highly recommended that students complete the corresponding exercises in the SAM after studying the grammatical points and doing the practice exercises in the textbook. This is clearly indicated in the syllabus. TESTS AND QUIZZES There will be two online tests, each covering two chapters. Quizzes may be offered at the discretion of the instructor. There will also be an ORAL EXAM as well as a proctored WRITTEN FINAL EXAM. If the student lives within 100 miles from the Medford campus, you will take the proctored final exam on campus. If you live further away, you will need to arrange for you own proctor. Further information is provided on Trunk under Resources. NO MAKE-UP TESTS are given. COMPOSITIONS There will be 3 short guided compositions. Students must work on these by themselves, without help from tutors or friends. All work must be original, please refer to Honesty is... FORUMS Any questions that students may have on grammar points, vocabulary, assignments or the running of the course, you can pose it under the forums tab in Trunk. The instructor will monitor the forum and answer questions every day by noon. GRADES: TEXTS: 30%Weekly Oral Activities (Live online sessions) 15% SAM (Students Activities Manual) 15% Compositions (3) 15% Exams (2) 5% Student video recording 8% Oral Exam 12% Final exam (proctored) McMinn and Alonso García, HOY DÍA, Textbook and access code for the online material, Prentice Hall, 2011, ISBN: To purchase the program, please see link in Trunk under the Resources tab > MATERIALS. It will direct you to the website where you can purchase the textbook and the access code. To enroll in the Hoy Día program, please follow the directions in the Get Started with MySpanishLab flyer in Trunk under the Resources Tab> MATERIALS. WEBSITE: https://trunk.tufts.edu/xsl-portal Here you will find important information for the course. May 21 Week 1 Lección 1 Introductory lecture: Introduction to the course. [In TRUNK under Resources] Wed. Text or etext: Chapter 1. En la universidad, Spanish 1 Online Page 2

3 Preparation for the chapter: Memorize the vocabulary for Saludos, Presentaciones y Despedidas, on pag.32, Tema 1. Listen to the pronunciation on the etext and repeat each word or phrase many times. Text and etext: Listen to: Vocabulario: Saludos y despedidas, etext, Listen to: Una conversación informal, p. 4, Una conversación formal, p. 4, Read the conversations in a loud voice. Do Assignment 1-1 and check your answers with the key in MSL. etext, Listen to: Una conversación and A escuchar! p. 5, Read Una conversación in a loud voice. SAM: Greetings: 1-1 to 1-4 MSL: More Resources --> Pronunciation: Vowels, The alphabet, Listen and repeat Text: El alfabeto and assignment 1-2, p. 5. SAM: Alphabet: 1-5 & 1-6 Organization: Choose the time for the live online session tomorrow, Thursday, May 22nd; Enter your name in Doodle Prepare for live session: Download document Preliminar from Trunk in the Resources Tab under Live Online Sessions Lección 2 MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Formal/Informal Thurs. Text: Deciding how to address people: Using Tú or Usted, p. 6, Assignments: 1-4 to 1-6, pp. 6-7, Check your answers with the key in MSL. SAM: 1-7 to 1-8, Lección 3 Frid. MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Estar MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Ser Text: Describing yourself and others: Introduction to ser and estar, p.8, Assignments pp. 8-9: 1-8, prepare 1-9, 1-10 and 1-11 for live session SAM: 1-9 to 1-12 Text and etext: Listen and repeat: Vocabulario: En la clase, p. 10 Assignments: 1-12 to 1-14, p. 11, Check your answers with the key in MSL. etext: Listen to: A escuchar! and Una conversación p. 10. Read Una conversación in a loud voice. SAM: 1-13 to 1-16 LIVE SESSION Preliminar (Instructor). [Please log in 10 minutes before your assigned time so we can start on time.] Prepare for the session: Download session Preliminar from Trunk under the Resources tab> Live online sessions MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Gender; Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Definite and Indefinite Articles; Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Singular and Plural Formation. Text: Saying what there is: gender and number of nouns, the indefinite article and hay, p.12; Assignments: 1-17 to 1-18, p. 13, Check your answers with the key in MSL. SAM: 1-17 to 1-20 Memorize vocabulary: Tema 2, p.32 Text: Saying how many: Numbers from 0 to 100, p. 14, Assignments: 1-20 to 1-22, p. 15; SAM: 1-21 to 1-25 Spanish 1 Online Page 3

4 etext: Listen to: Vocabulario: En el campus universitario, p. 16. Text: En el campus universitario Assignments: 1-23 to 1-25, p.17 SAM: 1-26 to 1-28 etext, Listen to: Una conversación and A escuchar! p. 17, Read Una conversación in a loud voice. Composition 1: Dialogue, due Tuesday [Find the directions In TRUNK under Assignments] Organization: Choose the time for the live online sessions 1 and 2 on Tuesday and Thursday, May 27th and 29th; Enter your name in Doodle May 26 Monday, Memorial Day. University Holiday May 27, Week 2 Lección 4 Composition 1 due. Tues. Memorize vocabulary: Tema 3, p.32 MSL: Grammar Tutorial: Definite Articles; Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Position of Adjectives; Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Noun-adjective Agreement; Text: Specifying people and things and describing them: The definite article and adjectives, p. 18, Assignments: 1-27 to 1-28, p. 19 SAM: 1-29 to 1-34 Text: Saying who it is: Subject pronouns and the verb ser, p. 20, Assignments: 1-30 to 1-32, p. 21 SAM: 1-35 to 1-40 Prepare for live session: Download Session 1 from Trunk under Resources LIVE SESSION 1 (Instructor) [Please log in 10 minutes before your assigned time so we can start on time.] Lección 5 Text and etext: Listen and repeat: Vocabulario: Los cursos universitarios y frases Wed útiles, p.22;. Assignments: 1-33 to 1-34, p. 23; etext: Listen to: Una conversación, pp. 22 and 23, A escuchar!, p. 23, Read Una conversación in a loud voice. SAM: 1-41 to 1-49 Review: Resumen de gramática, pp and Memorize vocabulario, Tema 4, pp32-33 SAM: 1-50 to 1-53 Text: En la vida real, pp.26-27, Assignments: 1-37, 1-38, 1-41; Read about Cognados, Reading strategy, p.28 SAM: 1-54 to 1-58 Lección 6 Text and etext: Capítulo 2, Listen and repeat: Vocabulario: Mi horario, p 36; Thurs. Memorize vocabulary: Tema 1, p.64, Assignments: and 2-1 to 2-2, p. 37; Spanish 1 Online Page 4

5 etext, Listen to: Una conversación and A escuchar! p.37, Read Una conversación in a loud voice. SAM: 2-1 to 2-4 Text: Describing your schedule: Time and days of the week, p. 38, Assignments: 2-4 to 2-5, p. 39 SAM: 2-5 to 2-9, Text: Saying where you are: The verb estar, p. 40, Assignment: 2-8, p. 40, Assignments: 2-9 to 2-10, p. 41. SAM: 2-10 to Prepare for live session: Download Session 2 from Trunk under Resources LIVE SESSION 2 (TA) [Please log in 10 minutes before your assigned time so we can start on time.] Lección 7 Text and etext: Listen and repeat: Las actividades diarias, p.42; Assignments: 2-11 p. 43 Frid. etext Una conversación and A escuchar! p.43, Read Una conversación in a loud voice. SAM: 2-15 to 2-18 Text: Talking about your activities: Regular ar verbs, p. 44 Assignments: 2-14 to 2-15, p. 45. Memorize vocabulary: Tema 2, p.64 SAM: 2-19 to 2-21 Text: Asking questions: Question formation, p. 46; Cómo se pronuncia? p. 46 Assignments: 2-17 to 2-19, p. 47 SAM: 2-22 to 2-27 Text and etext: Listen and repeat: Lugares cerca de la universidad, p. 48, Assignments: 2-20 to 2-23, p. 49 etext: Listen to: Una conversación and A escuchar! Read Una conversación in a loud voice. SAM: 2-28 to 2-30 Review for Exam I on Tuesday. Organization: Choose the time for the live online sessions 3 and 4 on Tuesday and Thursday, June 3rd and 5th; Enter your name in Doodle June 2 Week 3 Lección 8 Memorize vocabulary: Tema 3, p.65 Mond. Text: Indicating location: prepositions of place and contractions with de, p. 50 Assignments: 2-24 and 2-27, p. 50, Cómo se pronuncia? p. 50 SAM: 2-31 to 2-33 Text: Saying what you are going to do; ir, contractions with a, ir a + infinitive, p. 52, Assignments: 2-28 to 2-32, p. 53; SAM: 2-34 to 2-36 Spanish 1 Online Page 5

6 Text and etext: Listen and repeat: Los pasatiempos, p. 54, Assignments: 2-33 to 2-34, p. 55 etext, Listen to: Una conversación and A escuchar! p. 55,! Read Una conversación in a loud voice. SAM: 2-37 to 2-40 Text: Repaso: Resumen de gramática, p.56-57; Memorize Vocabulario, Tema 4 p.65 SAM: 2-41 to 2-46 Text: En la vida real, Assignments: 2-37 to 2-41, pp SAM: 2-47 to 2-52 Lectores de hoy: Moda global, Assignments: 2-43 to 2-46, pp Lección 9 Tues. EXAMEN 1: Capítulos 1 y 2 [Available for 1 hour from the time you start it.] Blog 1 Look in Trunk under the Forum tab for the assignment for the blog. Due Monday. Prepare for live session 3: Download Session 3 from Trunk under Resources LIVE SESSION 3 (Instructor) [Please log in 10 minutes before your assigned time so we can start on time.] Class 10 Text and etext: Capítulo 3: Listen and repeat: Los familiares; p. 68, Assignments: 3-1, p. 69 Wed. etext, Listen to: Una conversación and A escuchar! p. 69. Read Una conversación in a loud voice. Memorize Vocabulario,Tema 1 p.96 SAM: 3-1 to 3-4 MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Clarification of Possessives with de + pronoun; MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Possessive Adjectives Text : Saying whose it is: the possessive adjectives, p. 70, Assignments: 3-4 to 3-7, p. 71 SAM: 3-5 to 3-6 MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Tener Text: Describing relationships: the verbs tener and venir, p. 72, Assignments: 3-8 to 3-12, p.73. SAM: 3-7 to 3-11 Lección 11 Text and etext: Listen and repeat: Un día típico, p. 74, Assignments: 3-13 to 3-15, pp. Thurs ; etext: Listen to: Una conversación and A escuchar! p 74 Memorize Vocabulario,Tema 2, p.96 SAM: 3-12, 3-13 MSL: Grammar Tutorial: -er verbs MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: -ir verbs Text: Describing your daily activities: regular er and ir verbs, p. 76; Assignments: 3-18 to 3-20, p. 77; SAM: 3-14 to 3-18 MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Tener que Spanish 1 Online Page 6

7 Text: Describing people: Idiomatic expressions with tener, p. 78; Assignments: 3-21 to 3-24, pp SAM: 3-19 to 3-23 Prepare for live session 4: Download Session 4 from Trunk under Resources LIVE SESSION 4 (TA) [Please log in 10 minutes before your assigned time so we can start on time.] Lección 12 Text and etext: Listen and repeat: Más pasatiempos, p. 80, Assignments: 3-25, 3-26, Frid. pp. 81 etext, Listen to: Una conversación and A escuchar! Read Una conversación in a loud voice. Memorize Vocabulario,Tema 3, p.97 SAM: 3-24 to 3-27 MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Hacer MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Personal a MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Irregular First Person Verbs Text: Talking about your activities: The verbs hacer, salir, poner, traer, ver, and oír; and the personal a, p. 82; Assignments: 3-28 to 3-30, p. 83. SAM: 3-28 to 3-31, Text: Talking about what you do with friends and family: Pronouns used after prepositions, Assignments: 3-31 to 3-33, pp SAM: 3-32 to 3-34 Text and etext, Listen and repeat: El aspecto físico y el character, Assignments, 3-34 to 3-37, p. 87 Composition 2: La familia, [Find the directions in TRUNK under Assignments (Due Monday) Organize recording. Script due Friday. Find directions for recording in Trunk under the Resources tab. Organization: Choose the time for the live online sessions 5 and 6 on Tuesday and Thursday, June 10th and 12th; Enter your name in Doodle June 9 Week 4 Lección 13 Composition 2 due. Blog 1 due. Mond. Memorize Vocabulario,Tema 4 p.97 etext, Listen to: Una conversación, Read Una conversación in a loud voice. SAM: 3-35 to 3-37, 3-40, Text: Resumen de gramática pp ; En la vida real, Assignments: 3-38 to 3-41, pp ; SAM: 3-41 to 3-44 SAM: 3-45 to 3-49 etext: Voces de la calle: Crecer en una familia hispana, Video, 3-47, 3-48, p. 94. Spanish 1 Online Page 7

8 SAM: 3-54, Lección 14 Text and etext, Capítulo 4: En casa, Listen and repeat: La casa y los muebles, p. 100 Tues. Assignments: 4-1 to 4-4, pp etext: Listen to: Una conversación and A escuchar! Read Una conversación in a loud voice Memorize Vocabulario, Tema 1 p.128 SAM: 4-1 to 4-4 Text: Giving your address and other information: Numbers above 100, Assignments: 4-5 and 4-7, pp SAM: 4-5 to 4-9 MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Indefinite and Negative Expression; MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Uses and Placement of Negative Expressions Text: Negating: Indefinite and negatives words, Assignments: 4-9 to 4-11, pp SAM: 4-10 to 4-13 Prepare for live session 5: Download Session 5 from Trunk under Resources LIVE SESSION 5 (Instructor) [Please log in 10 minutes before your assigned time so we can start on time.] Lección 15 Text and etext, Listen and repeat: Los muebles y los colores, p. 106, Assignments: 4-13 Wed. to 4-14, p. 107 etext, Listen to: Una conversación, and A escuchar! Read Una conversación in a loud voice Memorize Vocabulario,Tema 2, p.128 SAM: 4-14 to 4-17 MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Estar MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Estar + adjectives MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Ser MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Ser and Estar Text: Describing: Using ser and estar,p. 108, Assignments: 4-16 to 4-18, p SAM: 4-18 to 4-21 MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Comparing things that are unequal; Más de (numbers); MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Comparing things that are equal Text: Making comparisons: Comparatives, Assignments: 4-19 to 4-20, pp ; SAM: 4-22 to 4-26 Lección 16 Text and etext, Listen and repeat: Más actividades diarias, Assignments: 4-22 to 4-24, Thurs. pp etext: Una conversación and A escuchar! Read Una conversación in a loud voice Memorize Vocabulario,Tema 3, p.129 SAM: MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Stem-ending; MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Conjugation of Stem-Changing Spanish 1 Online Page 8

9 MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Verbs Text: Talking about daily activities: Stem-changing verbs, p. 114; Assignments: 4-26 to 4-29, pp SAM: 4-29 to 4-31 MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Adverbs Text: Describing how you do things: Adverbs, Assignments: 4-30 to 4-32, pp SAM: 4-32 to 4-34 Prepare for live session 6: Download Session 6 from Trunk under Resources LIVE SESSION 6 (TA) [Please log in 10 minutes before your assigned time so we can start on time.] Lección 17 Script for skit due Frid. Text and etext, Listen and repeat: El barrio y los vecinos, Assignments: 4-33 to 4-35, pp etext: Una conversación and A escuchar! Read Una conversación in a loud voice Memorize Vocabulario,Tema 4 p.129 SAM: 4-35 to 4-38 Text: Resumen de gramática, pp ; En la vida real, Assignments: 4-40 to 4-42 SAM: 4-39 to 4-44 SAM: 4-45 to 4-49 Lectores de hoy: La música, símbolo de identidad? Assignments: 4-43 to 4-46, pp SAM: 4-50 to 4-51 Review for exam Capítulos 3 y 4 Vocabularios, pp ; pp Look at review packet in Trunk under Resources. Organization: Choose the time for the live online sessions 7 and 8 on Tuesday and Thursday, June 17th and 19th; Enter your name in Doodle June 16 Lección 18 Mond. Week 5 [Check on proctors for Final Exam. Forms on Trunk under Resources.] RECORDING DUE EXAMEN 2: Capítulos 3 y 4 [Available for 1 hour from the time you start it.] Lección 19 Text and etext, Capítulo 5: Los fines de semana, Listen and repeat: La rutina diaria, Tues. Assignments: 5-1 to 5-2 pp etext, Listen to: Una conversación and A escuchar! Read Una conversación in a loud voice Memorize Vocabulario,Tema 1 p.160 SAM: 5-1 to 5-4 MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Placement of Reflexive Pronouns; MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Reflexive Pronoun Forms Text: Describing your routine: Reflexive verbs, p. 134, Assignments: 5-4 to 5-6, p. 135 SAM: 5-5 to 5-8 Spanish 1 Online Page 9

10 MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Reciprocal Constructions Text: Saying what you do for each other: Reciprocal verbs Assignments: 5-7 to 5-8, pp SAM: 5-9 to 5-11 Prepare for live session 7: Download Session 7 from Trunk under Resources LIVE SESSION 7 (Instructor) [Please log in 10 minutes before your assigned time so we can start on time.] Lección 20 Text and etext, Listen and repeat: La ropa, Assignments: 5-10 to 5-13, p. 139 Wed etext Una conversación and A escuchar! p. 138, Read Una conversación in a loud voice Memorize Vocabulario,Tema 2 p.160 SAM: 5-12 to 5-19 MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Demonstrative Adjectives MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Demonstrative Pronouns MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Neuter Demonstrative Pronouns Text: Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns,p. 140, Assignments: 5-16 to 5-19, pp SAM: 5-20 to 5-21 MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Placement of Reflexive Pronouns Text: Saying what you intend to do: Using reflexive and reciprocal verbs in the infinitive; Assignments: 5-20 to 5-24, pp SAM: 5-22, 5-24 to 5-25 Composition 3: Un diálogo en una tienda [Find the directions In TRUNK under Assignments] (Due Monday) Lección 21 Text and etext, Listen and repeat: Una fiesta, Assignments: , pp Thurs. etext,listen to: Una conversaciónand A escuchar! Read Una conversación in a loud voice Memorize Vocabulario,Tema 3 p.161 SAM: 5-26 to 5-27 MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Formation of the present progressive Text: Describing what people are doing at the moment: The present progressive, p146, Assignments: 5-29 to 5-31, p. 147 SAM: 5-28 to 5-30 Text: Making plans and setting the date: Months and dates, Assignments: 5-33 to 5-34, pp SAM: 5-32 to 5-34 Prepare for live session 8: Download Sessiont 8 from Trunk under Resources LIVE SESSION 8 (TA) [Please log in 10 minutes before your assigned time so we can start on time.] Spanish 1 Online Page 10

11 Organization: Prepare for ORAL EXAM for next Thursday. Find directions for ORAL EXAM in TRUNK under the Resources Tab. Choose the time for the ORAL EXAM on Thursday, June 26th; Enter your name in Doodle Lección 22 Text and etext, Listen and repeat: El tiempo y las estaciones, Assignments: 5-36 to Frid. 5-38, pp , 5-51, p. 157; Memorize Vocabulario,Tema 4, p.161 etext, Listen to: Una conversación and A escuchar!, p. 150 Read Una conversación in a loud voice SAM: 5-36 to 5-42 Text: Resumen de gramática, pp Text: En la vida real, Assignments: 5-41 to 5-44, pp SAM: 5-43 to 5-50 Text: Video: Mi gente, mi herencia SAM: 5-53 to 5-55 Text and etext, Capítulo 7. De viaje: Listen and repeat: Los viajes, Assignments: 7-1 to 7-3, p. 191 etext, Listen to: Una conversación and A escuchar! P. 190 Read Una conversación in a loud voice. Memorize Vocabulario,Tema 1 p.218 SAM: 7-1 to 7-4 Prepare for ORAL EXAM on Thursday. See directions in Trunk under the Resource Tab. Review: Start reviewing for final exam. Review packet in Trunk under Resources Organization: Choose the time for the live online session 9 on Tuesday, June 24th; Enter your name in Doodle June 23 Week 6 Lección 23 Composition 3 due Mond. MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Preterit; MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Regular Verbs in the Preterit MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Preterit Forms of ser and ir Text: Saying where you went and what you did: The preterit of regular verbs, ir, and ser, p. 192, Assignments: 7-4 to 7-6, p. 193 SAM: 7-5 to 7-9 MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Stem-Changes in the Preterit Text: Saying what you did: The preterit of stem-changing verbs, Assignments: 7-7 to 7-9, pp SAM: 7-10 to 7-13 Spanish 1 Online Page 11

12 Text and etext, Listen and repeat: Los vuelos, Assignments: 7-10, p.197; etext, Listen to: Una conversación and A escuchar! pp Read Una conversación in a loud voice Memorize Vocabulario,Tema 2, p.218 SAM: 7-14 to 7-18 Lección 24 Tues. MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Spelling Changes in the Preterit Text: Saying what you did: The preterit of verbs ending with car, -gar, and zar and verbs like leer, Assignments: 7-13 to7-15, pp SAM: 7-19 to 7-20 MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Irregular Preterit Forms MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Preterit Forms of estar and tener Text: Saying what you did: The preterit of irregular verbs, Assignments: 7-16 to 7-17, pp SAM: 7-21 to 7-25 Text and etext, Listen and repeat: Lugares en la ciudad, Assignments: 7-19 to 7-20, pp etext, Listen to: Una conversación and A escuchar! Read Una conversación in a loud voice Memorize Vocabulario,Tema 3, p.219 SAM: 7-26 to 7-28 Prepare for live session 9: Download Session 9 from Trunk under Resources LIVE SESSION 9 (TA) [Please log in 10 minutes before your assigned time so we can start on time.] Lección 25 Wed. MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Direct Object Pronouns MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Placement of Direct Object Pronouns Text: Avoiding repetition: Direct object pronouns, Assignments: 7-23 to 7-26, pp SAM: 7-29 to 7-31 MSL: Spanish Grammar Tutorial: Saber and Conocer Text: Asking what people know: Saber and Conocer, p. 206, Assignments: 7-28 to 7-31, p SAM: 7-32 to 7-35 Lección 26 Text and etext, Listen and repeat: El hotel, Assignments: 7-32 to 7-33, pp Thurs. etext, Listen to: Una conversación and A escuchar! p. 208, Read Una conversación in a loud voice Memorize Vocabulario,Tema 4, p.219 SAM: 7-36 to 7-40 Text:Resumen de gramática, pp SAM: 7-41 to 7-43 Text: En la vida real, Assignments: 7-36 to 7-39, pp. 212 to 213 Spanish 1 Online Page 12

13 SAM: 7-44 to 7-48 Review for final exam and Chapters 5 and 7 Review packet in Trunk under Resources LIVE SESSION 10: ORAL EXAM June 27 Lección 27 Frid. Final Exam Proctored. NO MAKE-UPS will be given. This is a proctored exam. If you are within 100 miles of the Medford campus you must take the exam here. If you are further away, please make special arrangements with a proctor. See directions for arranging a proctor in TRUNK under Resources. Spanish 1 Online Page 13

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