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Sixth-graders Share End-of-Semester Projects

Sixth-graders in Kathryn Rosenberg’s Spanish class recently shared their end-of-semester projects, which incorporated vocabulary and grammar from their first three Spanish units. “Unit 1 included self-introduction and description as well as spelling their names using the Spanish alphabet,” Rosenberg said. “In unit 2, students explained their ideal vacation location, including the geography and weather of the destination. In unit 3, students told where they were from, where they live now, their nationality, what type of home they live in, and who they live with. Then they rounded it out with their favorite way to say goodbye.” Sixth-graders spent the week before winter break creating their presentations and practicing in small groups to gain confidence before presenting to the class as a whole.