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4785 South Dayton Street
Englewood, CO 80111
 
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French Introduction
Bonjour! Welcome to beginning French class! It was exciting to meet a new group of students interested in learning French. Students learned how to introduce themselves, greet people and said good-byes. The song, “Lundi Matin”.
 
French 1 A
Students learned numbers 0-100. They can talk about their school life and tell the time when these activities begin and end. Students learned the names of school supplies and subjects they learn at school.
 
French 1 B
French 1B students are learning how to speak about past events using passé compose. This month we focused on the use of the Past Tense with the verb, Avoir. Students can talk about their daily schedules, and the time when these events occur.
 
 
Introductory Spanish
 ¡Hola!  ¿Qué tal?  Me llamo Señora Johns.  Mucho gusto.   Introductory Spanish is a nine week course designed to expose your son/daughter to the basics of Spanish.  In this class, we will start by focusing on basic greetings, conversational skills, the alphabet, and pronunciation of the letters.   Students will learn about culture throughout the various Spanish speaking countries and complete units on nouns, articles, and verbs.  In this hands-on class, learning is enriched through music, games, role-play, culture, and technology.   ¡Es una clase fantástica!    
 
Spanish 1A
 ¡De acuerdo!  (Agreed!)  It’s all about agreement in Spanish 1A these days.  Whether it’s making subjects match verbs, or adjectives and articles match nouns…there is no room for disagreement here!  We will continue working toward mastery of these foundational topics for the remainder of the year to ensure students’ readiness for the next level.  As always, kids should be sure to stay on top of homework, be well-prepared for quizzes, and ask their teachers questions as needed.  Speaking of questions…¿Habla Ud. español?  En la clase de español 1A, ¡nosotros sí hablamos muy bien el español!
 
Español 1B
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Va a ser una fiesta muy grande en la casa de tu amiga el viernes a las siete en punto. ¡Van a venir todos tus amigos!   ¿Qué necesitas hacer para prepararte para la fiesta?  ¿Vas a ir al centro comercial para comprar unos zapatos nuevos?  ¿Vas a ducharte, peinarte, y maquillarte o solamente vas a cepillarte los dientes y ponerte algo elegante?  ¿Con quién piensas hablar durante la fiesta?  ¿Qué vas a comer?   ¿Vas a sacar unas fotos de la fiesta?  ¿Hasta qué hora vas a estar allí? 
 
 
 
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