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Spanish students close the year with a project

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Advik Dixit
After more than 160 school days, the end of the 2023-24 school year is in sight as grades for freshmen, sophomores, and juniors are due Tuesday at 8:00 a.m.

Spanish 1 students are finishing the year by making a book consisting of everything they have learned this year. 

“The project is a book called ‘Mi Libro De Español’ or ‘My Spanish Book,’ which combines all the Spanish skills students in Spanish 1 students have learned this year,” Spanish teacher Ashli Taquino said. “They’re writing about everything from describing themselves and their family to their hobbies, activities, healthy habits they have, and recommendations for future Spanish 1 students.”

Students like freshman Charita Degulapet think that this project will help her prepare for next year.

“It’s the end of the school year and I’ve forgotten some vocabulary so doing this book will give me a review on everything we’ve learned this year. Also, it’ll help prepare me for Spanish 2 over the summer.”

Taquino also believes that these books will help Spanish 1 students prepare for next year.

“This book shows the students where their proficiency is at the end of the year and also reminds them of all the stuff they have learned. They can take their books home with them over the summer if they want and kind of use them as a resource or study guide to help refresh themselves for the beginning of Spanish 2.”

 

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