Mi clase en República Dominicana

Escrito por: Jasmin Indries

Sombre mi clase en República Dominicana

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

La escuela está en Punta Cana, República Dominicana.

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

En la clase de la República Dominicana hay catorce estudiantes.

3. ¿De qué color es tu clase? (What color is your classroom?)

El color de la clase en la República Dominicana es verde.

4. ¿Cuál es tú clase favorita? (What is your class? –for this questions research the different classes that they have in your Spanish-speaking country and tell me which one is your favorite.)

Mi clase favorita es español.

5. ¿Qué objetos hay en la sala de clase? (What are the school supplies that are found in the classroom?-Tell me what objects they have and don’t have)

En la clase hay el la mochila, el escritorio, el cartel, el libro, el lápiz, y cuaderno.

6. ¿Qué clase no te gusta? (What class do you not like?)

La clase que no me gusta es la historia ciencias.

7.¿A qué hora empiezan las clases en Dominican Republic? (At what time do classes start in your Spanish-speaking country?)

Las clases empiezan a las dos de la tarde en República Dominicana.

8. ¿A qué hora termina las clases en Dominican Republic? (At what time do classes finish in your Spanish-speaking country?)

Las clases termina a las seis de la tarde.

9.¿Cuál es la capital de Dominican Republic? (What is the capital of your Spanish-speaking country?)

La capital es Santo Domingo.

10. ¿Te gusta las escuelas de Latinoamérica? Porque? (Do you like classes in Latin America? Why?)

No me gustan las clase en Latinoamérica porque las salas de clase es o pequeño.

11. ¿Qué materias estudian los estudiantes en esta escuela? Lista todas las materias(What subjects do students study in this school? List all of the subjects.)

Las materias en la escuela son: los matemáticas, español, las ciencias, y la historia ciencias.

12. ¿Cómo es la clase, es grande o pequeño? (What is this class like, is it big or small?)

Las clases en Dominican Republic son o pequeño.

3 Interesting Facts


  • Kindergarten schools in Dominican Republic last only 4 hours long.
  • Not all students go to school, some wait till one drops out to get in or some parents have to pay to get their child into school.
  • Most schools in Dominican Republic have to wear uniforms as dress code rule.

How might the experience of going to school in another country be different from going to school in the U.S?

The experience of going to another school in another country is much different because schools other countries like Dominican Republic don't have much learning education or even enough education time. Some schools don't even have enough school supplies for each student but in the U.S. we do.

Is it better to attend school in a Spanish speaking country rather than in the U.S?

In my opinion I think it would rather be better to attend a school in the U.S. because in other Spanish speaking countries like Dominican Republic you would have to pay for your school, you don't get much time to learn, and the schools don't look very refurnished, everything looks torn down and very old. Also in Dominican Republic they have less things in the classroom like computers and smartboards.

What would the ideal school look like in the 21st century?

The ideal school in the 21st century would look like robots replacing us at school instead of us going to school ourselves. I say this because all the technology that we have now will soon be upgraded and we will have better everything including robots.