Mi clase ideal en Puerto Rico

Escrito Por Emma Christiano

Sombre mi clase

  1. ¿Dónde está la escuala? (Where is the school?-give the location)

La escuela está en 1454 Ave Dr Ashford, San Juan, Puerto Rico

2. ¿Cuál es la capital de Puerto Rico? (What is the capital of your Spanish-speaking country?)

La capital es San Juan.

3.¿Cuántos estudiantes hay en la clase? (How many students are there in the class?)

En la clase de Saint John's School hay 25 estudiantes.

4.¿Qué objetos hay en la sala de clase? (What are the school supplies that are found in the classroom?-Tell me what objects

En la clase hay escritorio, maestro, pizarra, cartel y mochilas.

5.¿A qué hora empiezan las clases en Saint John's School, Puerto Rico? (At what time do classes start in your Spanish-speaking country?)

Las clases en Saint John's School, Puerto Rico empiezan a las 8:00, A.M.

6.¿A qué hora terminan las clases en Saint John's School, Puerto Rico? (At what time do classes finish in your Spanish-speaking country?)

Las clases en Saint John's School, Puerto Rico terminan a las 2:00, P.M.

  1. El color de la clase en Puerto Rico es verde and blanco.

  2. Mi clase favorita es Spanish.

  3. La clase que no me gusta es math.

  4. Me gustan las clase en Latinoamérica porque it is very different than our school.

  5. Las materias en la escuela son: las matemáticas, Las espanol, Las cienceis naturales, y las educación física.


12. Las clases en Puerto Rico son grande.

Saint John's School

Monday, Dec. 7th, 9pm

1454 Ave Dr Ashford, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Mapa

This is where Saint John's School is located. It is located in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Interesting facts

  • Saint John's school has a very big and useful gym.
  • This school has very big assemblies.
  • Saint John's school has lots of school sports.

Inquiry Questions

Factual—How might the experience of going to school in another country be different from going to school in the US? Because they may teach different things and speak a different language.

Conceptual—What would the ideal school look like in the 21st century? It would be much older and different than our schools now.

Debatable— Is it better to attend school in a Spanish/French-speaking country rather than in the U.S? It might be better to try new things, but after you an education in the US if you are from the US.


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