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Welcome to our classroom blog. Hopefully this will be a fun way to practice our writing in Spanish. Periodically, you will be given a prompt and be asked to comment in Spanish. You must use Spanish punctuation and accents, and check your spelling and grammar! Your work will then be e-mailed to me for approval and grading against the basic writing rubric. If I see a mistake in your rough draft, I will mark it and tell you the type of mistake you need to correct. Then you will make your corrections and re-submit your entry for approval and posting. I will help you with your edit, if needed, but only after you've made every effort to edit your own work. Your initial posting must be completed by the end of the class period, and your final edit must be submitted on time in order to receive credit for your work. Generally we will have a week between rough draft entry and final due date to work all of the bugs out. You are expected to re-enter and edit your blog at least once after you have submitted your rough draft.
Click on your initials. Then log into your own page to creat our answer in an article. Login: Lastname, Firstname. Password: Firstname.
Here is your first blog article. Read it carefully, and then answer the questions in paragraph form. Your work should be all about you.
Don't worry, this one is pretty basic, so you can get used to the process.
Happy Blogging! Sra. Simpson
Please respond to the following during this class period. You will then have a week to make corrections before the final draft is due.
¡Bienvenidos! ¡Estoy muy alegre que continuas a estudiar la lengua española! Quiero saber algunos de tus secretos por aprender información nueva:
¿Cómo aprendes vocabulario nuevo? ¿Te gusta la gramática? ¿Eres tímido/a en clase? ¿Qué prefieres: escribir o hablar español? ¿Estás nervioso/a cuando presentas a un examen? ¿Por qué continuas a estudiar la lengua española?
Article posted August 13, 2009 at 12:00 AM •
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I have 15 years experience translating French and Spanish in private industry, and working as a free-lance editor, translator and writer. A few years ago, I decided to change paths. I now teach French and Spanish in high school. In addition to certifications in French and Spanish, I hold certifications in mid-level Language Arts and mid-level Mathematics, and am an English as a Second Language Program Specialist. I have a Bachelor of Arts in Modern Languages and Linguistics, a Masters in Education, and I continue to take post graduate courses.