Spanish 2 - Week 16 Update

Sra. Odom - Spring 2016

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Please note that I will be emailing everyone the missing assignment spreadsheet this weekend, so be on the lookout!!!

Week 16 Assignments Due

This is the LAST week of NEW content! Next week will be the LAST WEEK to turn in ANY work from Units 5-8, as they will close permanently. Students should be done with ALL assignments in all units (minus the final exam and project) by the end of next week. Please see below for complete details on what's due this week:

Unidad 8 - La Comunidad

  • **Unidad 8 - Required Live Class** - (during week 15 or week 16)

  • Lección 3

  • _____ Práctica de Vocabulario

  • _____ Actividades de Vocabulario

  • _____ Prueba de Vocabulario

  • _____ Práctica de Gramática

  • _____ Escribir

  • _____ Hablar

  • _____ Escuchar

  • _____ Actividad Cultural

  • (_____ Actividad Suplementaria ~ BBC Mi Vida Loca: Episodio 3)

  • _____ Proyecto Final

  • _____ Update your eLinguaFolio & Reflect

This week's RLC Schedule

Unit 8 (LAST WEEK!):

  • Tues, 5/3 @ 9 pm
  • Wed, 5/4 @ 9 am
  • Wed, 5/4 @ 9 pm
  • Thurs, 5/5 @ 7 pm
  • Fri, 5/6 @ 9 pm

Final RLC:

  • Thurs, 5/5 @ 8:30 pm

Extra Credit: Culture Cafe session tonight!

Spanish: El cinco de mayo

When: May 3rd

Time: 8:30 PM

Topic: Spanish: El cinco de mayo

2015 - 2016 Culture Café Classroom

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Keys to Students' Success

The main keys to being successful are:

  • completing all assignments (*well and on time*) (using the Schedule of Assignments), reading the announcements/learning block daily, checking/reading messages daily
  • going through the direct instruction and practice as slow as needed to understand the material
  • taking/studying notes, reviewing the grades/feedback for all assignments to see what was missed and why
  • attending the required live classes
  • asking questions when something doesn't make sense and/or more explanation/practice is needed

In addition, to me being available to tutor the whole group in the RLC's, students can set up one-on-one tutoring sessions with me, as needed. NCVPS has a Peer Tutoring Center that is also available to students for Quick Questions, Virtual Buddies, and more. World Language and Culture Club sessions are also offered for extra credit! (See the Culture Cafe section of the course for more info.)

Students who need help

Students are required to attend Required Live Classes throughout the course (at least one per unit/module), which is a virtual classroom environment that allows for complete interaction with the teacher and other students. As such, questions are often answered in these sessions. However, if/when a student needs additional help, he/she should first ask me, the teacher. If I'm not available and it's a quick question, he/should should take advantage of the NCVPS Peer Tutoring Center's Quick Questions via BB IM. If more serious content tutoring/remediation is needed, the student/s can request one-on-one tutoring with me and/or a peer tutor. If a student is weary, nervous, and/or conscientious about taking the class online, he/she can request a Virtual Buddy from the NCVPS Peer Tutoring Center for moral support, technical assistance, and more. See the video below for complete details on the PTC (information is located in the course as well).
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Click here for NCVPS Virtual Support/Help Desk!

The NCVPS Virtual Support Center is available for technical assistance (for which I cannot do/help). They can be reached via phone during business hours or any time via Help Desk ticket.