I Can Talk About the Classroom

Textbook p. 18-23, p. 35

Learning Goals

  • To use vocabulary to tell and ask about things in a classroom


Examples: How would you ask how many students there are in the classroom? How would you say there are 20 students in the classroom? How would you say there aren't any televisions in the classroom?

Practice

INSTRUCTIONS:

To take the assessment on each skill, complete the point requirement for that skill.

Choose activities that are going to allow you to practice on areas where you need help. Don't just do what is easy for you! Write out activities completely and write down any questions you have.

To ask about things in a classroom (10 points)
  • provide evidence of studying the words and expressions on p. 18 to learn vocabulary for classroom items and asking about these items (5 points)
  • complete worksheet packet given on 10/9/15

You must demonstrate proficiency

If understanding of at least a level 3 is not demonstrated on an assessment for any concept or skill, then Mrs. Smith may require more tasks to be completed in order to improve understanding and then retest.

Demonstration of learning

Classroom Items
Quiz D - For each group of words below, select the one that does not logically belong.

DEMONSTRATION OF HIGHER LEARNING

You may unlock these quizzes with a at least a 3 on the required quizzes for the respective skill.

Classroom Items
Quiz C
- Read the sentences describing a typical classroom and indicate whether each one is a) logical or b) illogical.
Quiz D - For each group of words below, select the one that does not logically belong. Then, add one word that does belong with the others.
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