Presentaciones para el capítulo 3:
Greg Alexander created this presentation to help you practice the basics of telling time. Once you can provide the correct time for all the slides, go to the next presentation to help you improve your speed in producing the correct time.
Use this presentation to help you learn to tell what time of day it is…FAST!
Remember: In this class, one of the things that really matters is learning to GET THE WORDS OUT OF YOUR MOUTH at a reasonable speed, close to that of a normal conversation.
This is a timed presentation, so after the first click on the second slide, you don’t have to click. Just look at the time displayed and practice telling the time.
Use full sentences, like:
- 1:15 am: Es la una y cuarto de la mañana.
- 2:30pm: Son las dos y media de la tarde.
Tanya Record, FRED Facilitator, created this amazing presentation.
Some of the animations may work less well when you view the presentation on this site, depending on your browser.
For best viewing, download it to your own computer by clicking on this link: >>>>La Fecha ~ Learn the vocabulary for dates!
Greg Alexander made a terrific presentation to help you learn the forms for -ER and -IR verbs in the present indicative tense. USE it! It’s GREAT! 😎
Use this wonderful PowerPoint flash card presentation authored by Tanya Record to help you learn the vocabulary for areas of study in universities.
Click to download this presentation to your own computer >>>> Capitulo 3, Campos de estudio-Tanya Record-10.18.10
Tammy Beet created this excellent presentation to help you master the vocabulary for chapter three. View it here, but note: You may download this presentation by clicking on the link, below:
Click there to download >>>>> Capítulo 3 – Vocabulario del capitulo 3 – Tammy Beet
¿Te gustan los programas de concursos? (Do you like game shows?)
🙂 ¡Fantástico! ¡Juguemos al Yepardí! (Let’s play “Jeopardy”!)
April Tarbox created this Jeopardy game to help you master your BATs for chapter 3… ¡Diviértete! (Have fun!)
Note: You may view all the slides here, online, but if you want to play the game of ¡Yepardí!, you’ll have to download the file by clicking on this link: >>>>> ¡Yepardi! ~ Capítulo 3
The links (the “back” and “home” buttons) will work only if you download this presentation to your own computer.
Click there to download >>>>> ¡Yepardi! ~ Capítulo 3
Jonathan Dick created this wonderful presentation.
Here is a terrific PowerPoint created by Tim Duggan (and updated by Profe) that teaches you how to tell time in Spanish and provides some drill and practice… Use it! Test yourself over and over to improve your fluency! You may download the presentation onto your own computer by clicking the title of the presentation, here: >>>