We are continuing to describe our family members this week. There are a lot of things we are starting to put together now: making nouns and adjectives agree, conjugating verbs, making negative statements, asking questions... It is exciting to see everything come together now! It is important for us to keep practicing so these ideas can become easier and easier for us to use. We are also continuing to talk about Ecuador. Did you know that on the Equator water will run straight down a drain? If you have a sink to the north of the Equator, the water will spin in one direction when draining. If the sink is south of the Equator, it will spin the other direction. Pretty cool.
This week, we welcome Armando, Jennifer, and Kaitlyn to our Spanish classes. They are all Spanish education majors from RIC who will be observing this week. Next week, they will try teaching a few classes. When I met with them initially, they all told me that they had been planning to be high school Spanish teachers. After seeing all the amazing work your students can do, they are now seriously considering becoming elementary teachers!
I'm busy working on my blog posts. Watch this space!