I have linked below a video that goes over the uses of ser, estar, and tener, as well as an quick quiz to practice the forms. I have also linked to a practice for matching the Spanish-speaking countries to their capitals, an adjectives practice, and attached the vocabulary list one more time.
Here are some practice texts for preparing for the test tomorrow and Friday. Remember you have the option of listening or reading and most of the texts have multiple-choice questions at the bottom of the page. If you can do these with reasonable success, you should be able to handle what is on the test. There will be tutoring this afternoon and Thursday afternoon in my classroom.
Jordan is transitioning from Jupiter Grades to Powerschool. First quarter grades are 100% up to date in Jupiter. Second quarter grades will be entered in Powerschool starting in a few days (trying to work out some bugs). If you have any questions about a grade that appears differently between your computer and the printed report card, check with your student's teacher.
Students whose grades are not up to the mark can take advantage of tutoring offered every Tuesday and Thursday after school with the Spanish Honor Society. They can also take a look at the links on this site for help in practicing at home.
This is the extra-credit opportunity for the students who cannot stay after school for the Spanish Honor Society celebration on November 1.
Read the questions in the file below and find the answers through research online or in a library. You can edit your answers and sources into the document and email it or print it out and bring it in next class. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, IS THE LAST DAY THIS EXTRA CREDIT WILL BE ACCEPTED.
Mrs. Sudderth is a Spanish teacher at Jordan High School in Durham, NC.