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Conjugation of -AR Verbs in Spanish
Transcript of Conjugation of -AR Verbs in Spanish
1.1: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information.
1.2: Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics.
3.1: Students reinforce and further their knowledge of other disciplines through the foreign language.
4.1: Students demonstrate understanding of the nature of language through comparisons of the language studied and their own.
5.2 : students utilize the language to experience news and entertainment available through print and electronic Spanish language media. Spanish Verbs
Infinitives: the basic forms of verbs. In English, infinitives have the word "to" in front of them: to walk.
Verbs: show action or link the subject with a word in the predicate: Ana writes.
Present tense: is used to talk about actions that always take place, or that are happening now: I study Spanish. http://phschool.com/atschool/realidades/Activities/Chapter1AL1/Chap1AL10103.html http://phschool.com/atschool/realidades/Activities/Chapter1AL1/Chap1AL10101B.html http://www.quia.com/cm/32240.html http://www.languageguide.org/espanol/conju/exercises/pres_arverbs.jsp http://www.learnspanishtoday.com/learning_module/burrbuild.htm?n=presentTenseArReg.xml&t=AR%20Present%20Tense http://phschool.com/atschool/realidades/animated_verbs/Realidades-Grammar-LV1.htm http://phschool.com/atschool/realidades/Activities/Chapter2AL1/Chap2AL10204.html Sra. Vega EDIM-503 Purpose:
During this presentation, students will be able to recognize, conjugate and apply -ar verbs in listening, speaking, reading and writing activities and in real-life situations. Resources: Activities: Resources: Activities: Extension Activities:
The following links and activities will give you the opportunity to refine your skills. As an assessment, you will need to choose to complete 3 of the activities described below. Ask the teacher for worksheets, models, multi-media resources, and rubrics:
Activity 1:Hip-hop Song: http://phschool.com/atschool/realidades/hiphop/L1_2A.html
Ask the teacher for the worksheet. Open the link above Listen to the song and fill-in-the blanks with words missing in the worksheet.
Activity 2: Listening/Answering audio activity: http://www.elanco.org/webpages/lvega/resources.cfm?subpage=791490
Open the link above, record your answers to the audio questions created by the teacher using -ar verbs.
Activitiy 3: Ar online quiz: http://www.elanco.org/webpages/lvega/resources.cfm?subpage=791490
Open the link above and complete this online quiz to evaluate your mastery of this skill. Activities: Resources: Citations
Homeschoolblogger.com. "Los Pronombres Personales de Sujeto" poster. Retrieved from: http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=spanish+subject+pronouns&view=detail&id=4ABB55B2D93314E118CC430DB2BD4756812C2150&first=0&FORM=IDFRIR
Jammin0. (Nov. 13, 2009). Spanish Verbs: Infinitives vs. Conjugated Version 2. Retrieved from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cvlVUhEdai8&feature=fvsr
"Los verbos en "ar"" poster. Retrived from: http://www.carlexonline.com/images/11109.jpg
Pearson Education, Inc. "Repaso del Capitulo 1A". Retrived from: http://www.phschool.com/atschool/realidades/pdfs/repaso/L1_Capitulo_1A.pdf
Soyrianse. (Aug. 25, 2011). Subject Pronouns in Spanish. Retrieved from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Akug6aYfU9Y
"Spanish" poster. Retrieved from:
Sr. Mara. (Dec. 11, 2007). ConjugationsBack. Retrieved from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ex3k3yKjY
"Verb Construction" poster. Retrieved from: http://www.doubletranslate.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/verb-construction1.jpg Let's Learn!
Watch the videos, and images
to help you understand the concept. Let's Practice!
Click on the following links to practice
the skill just learned. Let's Ace It! We are ready to explore the Conjugation World in Spanish
Buen trabajo! Good Job!
Coming up -ER and -IR verbs Subject Pronouns
Nouns: are people, places or things: students, books.
Number: tell you if a noun, pronoun, article or verb is singular or plural.
Subjects: are the nouns that perform the action in a sentence: John sings.
Pronouns: are words that take the place of nouns: he, she. Why do you need to learn to conjugate?
If you want to express complete thoughts, questions and feelings about anyone or anything in Spanish, you will need to learn to form a sentence just like you do in English. So, here is what you will need to review, learn and use:
SENTENCE= A SUBJECT + CONJUGATED VERB
Ex: I dance. (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Conjugation is Finally Here! So what is it?
Verb forms that add ending to the stem in order to
tell who the subject is and what tense is being used:
Yo escribo= I write, Nosostros escribimos=we write. Don't get it yet! Click on the following link, select -ar verb category and watch slides!
Conjugation of -Ar verbs Activity 4: Oral and Written Conversation:
With a partner create a dialogue about activities you and your friends have in common using -ar verbs. Turn in a written version and a recording of your dialogue. (Ask the teacher for available audio-media devices or websites).
Activity 5: Video
Imagine that a student from Costa Rica has just arrived at your school. Create a skit introducing yourselves to the newcomer, talking about school classes and favorites activities (using ar verbs), and including a farewell. (Ask the teacher for available video media devices, or websites). Turn in video to teacher.
Activity 6: Glogster
Create a poster on Glogster about yourself: include personal information and activities you enjoy using -ar verbs. If you do not have a glogster account, create one. E-mail it to the teacher. See link below:
Good luck! Buena Suerte