Creating a Quizlet account
As discussed today in class, I would like you to create a Quizlet account.
Here are the steps to follow:
1.click on the quizlet link
2.sign up (link in the top right corner)
3.enter your correct date of birth and this will bring up a box requesting you to enter your parents' email address
4.fill in your own details (for your username, please make sure you choose a name that clearly shows me who you are)
5.tick the box "agree to terms and conditions"
7.on the next page, click on the link "join a class" (on the left hand side)
8.search for our class: Spanish Y5 MABI Bangkok Patana
9.click again on "join class" (on the right)
10. you will see a green bar saying that a request has been sent to me.
11. wait for me to accept you.
12. once I have accepted you, choose a set and start competing.
What have we been doing for the last three weeks?
For the last three weeks, Y5 have been busy learning about one special celebration in a Spanish-Speaking country: The Day of the Dead. Y5 were very lucky to be visited by Señorita Margarita, a famous singer from Mexico. She told them about this special celebration, showed them some videos and presented an activity where each team had to design a poster. Students worked collaboratively to learn the differencies and find out the similarities between this celebration and another one easily confused: Halloween.
Here is a short video clip with some snapshots of our work.
If you would like to learn about these two celebrations, play these games and find out.
Noche de Brujas vs Día de los Muertos
Today, people in Mexico start celebrating
El Día de los Muertos or The Day of the Dead
What is the difference between La Noche de las Brujas and El Día de los Muertos? How is the Day of the Dead different or similar to Halloween? What Spanish words/phrases have you learnt while working in your team today? Did you like learning about The Day of the Dead? What did you enjoy the most? Write a comment to answer all these questions and try to use Spanish as much as you can.
You can watch these video clips to learn more about this traditional celebration.