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Lección preliminar. El abecedario P. 10-11. Hoy:. By the end of today: Pronounce each letter of the Spanish alphabet Understand why we call them vocales (vowels) Be able to perfectly pronounce our Spanish greetings Receive a grade for your participation and pronunciation

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lecci n preliminar

Lecciónpreliminar

El abecedario

P. 10-11

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Hoy:
  • By the end of today:

Pronounce each letter of the Spanish alphabet

Understand why we call them vocales (vowels)

Be able to perfectly pronounce our Spanish greetings

Receive a grade for your participation and pronunciation

Follow along and take notes

el abecedario
El abecedario:

Los vocales*

A E I O U

(AH) (AY) (EE) (OH) (OO)

*Vowels are called vocales in Spanish because they are pure; they come up from the vocal cords without any obstruction.

a e i o u ah ay ee oh oo
A E I O U(AH) (AY) (EE) (OH) (OO)

Be ce de ge(he) peteve

Efeeleemeene ere ese

Ka Ku

H=hache J=jota

W=dobleve X=équis

Y=igriega Z=zeta

phonetically perfect
“Phonetically Perfect”
  • Since Spanish is nearly a phonetically perfect language, memorizing the vowel and consonant sounds leads to high levels of success
  • After just a brief intro, you should be able to do extremely well with the pronunciation of Act. 3 P.5
  • Work with a partner to practice greetings at different times of the day
how you will be graded
How you will be graded:
  • You will each be given a random two out of the 8 to perform for a grade (10 pts.)

Content: the correct pronunciation and correct phrase

Flow: Pace of giving the question

  • As always, you are being graded on your participation in this activity
  • Afterwards, complete PARA y PIENSA p. 5