• Semana 11

    Posted by Tagie Tate-Perez on 10/26/2019

    Second graders continue our ongoing celebration of diversity, inclusion, and learning about artists/leaders of Hispanic/Latino heritage. In tandem with our exploration of the Mexican holiday, Día de Los Muertos, 2nd grade will also learn general facts about Diego Rivera. We will create artwork inspired by the artist and add them to our Ofrenda. Don't forget to join us for the Parade of Spanish-Speaking Nation this Friday 11/1/19.

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  • Semana 10

    Posted by Tagie Tate-Perez on 10/18/2019

    Some of our 2nd graders were visited by Renfroe 7th one 8th graders to read together in Spanish. Middle school students will be returning in the spring. Secong graders also worked on our flags for the Parade of Spanish-Speaking Nations. This community circle was rescheduled for Friday 11/1/19 if weather permits. We will continue to celebrate Hispanic and Latino Heritage by learning about Día de Los Muertos. We assure you that our discussion will focus on the holiday as a unique, joyful, and multi-cultural celebration rooted in Mexico. 

     

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  • Semana 9

    Posted by Tagie Tate-Perez on 10/12/2019

    Second graders are our experts. We will be able to share our skills with 7th-graders and 8th-grade Spanish students from refroe wh oare visiting us next week. We have been reviewing questions about our feelings, the weather and how to count to 30 without making a mistake.

    Second graders created a chart about our favorite places around our school. Students have been practicing to correctly name people and locations around our school. Working with a partner- we also practicing describing "Why?" and writing our ideas down on paper. We created a graph to show our favorite places. El patio de recreo (the playground) was favored by most! We will continue to explore Spanish-speaking countries during Hispanic Heritage Month: Argentina, Bolivia- next is Chile. Flags of these countries will appear on the Georgia Spanish assessment in February. We will continue our research using video, small-group games, and our chrome books from Argentina all the way to Venezuela. 

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  • Semana 8

    Posted by Barbara Botta on 10/5/2019

    We continued our unit on school through making connection between the people who work at Oakhurst and naming the places in our school. Students are exploring Hispanic Heritage Month. They will learn the names of all Spanish speaking countries, their flags, and the important contributions of Latino Americans to American culture. We hope this becomes a meaningful way to recognize kindness, collaboration, and perseverance in ourselves and important Latino/Latino-American leaders.

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  • Semana 7

    Posted by Barbara Botta on 9/27/2019

    Second graders are continuing to discuss people in school through partner games and writing basic sentences in Spanish. Next week we will focus on learning about places in the school and people who work at Oakhurst. They practiced how to connect places and people in the school by writing short sentences using a graphic organizer.

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  • Enjoy the break!

    Posted by Tagie Tate-Perez on 9/20/2019
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  • Semana 6

    Posted by Barbara Botta on 9/13/2019

    Students are learning about the different ways that we travel. We are writing about how we travel to school and our favorite ways to travel. They are learning to connect verbs and ways that we travel.

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  • Semana 5

    Posted by Barbara Botta on 9/6/2019

    Students finished their Mochila projects - another great opportunity to practice vocabulary and share their knowledge with our crew. Our 2nd grade crew is also starting to make relevant connections with tools in our school, and the different ways that we get to school each day.

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  • Semana 4

    Posted by Barbara Botta on 8/30/2019

    Students are learning about classroom objects. They have been noticed using lots of vocabulary about classroom tools an how we use them.  They started working on a have started working on their end of the unit project. Ask your student to share with you the items they use at school.

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  • Semana 3

    Posted by Barbara Botta on 8/23/2019

    This week we started our new unit that focuses on school and the different ways we come to school each day. Students had the opportunity to share with the group the ways they come to school and return home. We also created a graph showing different modes of transportation. We share which was our favorite and asked the opinion of a partner. We will be singing one of their favorite songs during next week's Community Circle, La Clase.

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