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Get. Involved. With. Your. School.
ASB / Clubs/ Activities
Universities will be looking for well-rounded, involved students.á You can get involved, meet great friends, and grow from any of these groups!
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Spanish 3
Instructor: Ms. Mary Bruton   
After learning Spanish, I have discovered a rich world of cultures, peoples, and natural beauty.  Here I am last March, after diving off of the island of Roatan, Honduras.

"Developing inner values is much like physical exercise. The more we train our abilities, the stronger they become. The difference is that, unlike the body, when it comes to training the mind, there is no limit to how far we can go."
                                                                                                                      Dalai Lama


Class Announcements
ASB / Clubs/ Activities
Get. Involved. With. Your. School.
ASB / Clubs/ Activities
Universities will be looking for well-rounded, involved students. You can get involved, meet great friends, and grow from any of these groups!
Instagram @rhs_terriers
Twitter @rhs_terriers@redlandshighsch
La Isla Barrio Colorado
Textbooks & Workbooks
Each Spanish student has been assigned a text book and work book. Text books are required in class each day. Open it to the current chapter when you arrive to class. Students without their materials may not borrow or read another student's book and will be docked points each day that they fail to bring their required materials. Please be responsible. Thanks.
HOMEWORK
Students, remember that studying vocabulary (spelling + definitions) is an important and vital part of your homework each night.  Also, when completing your class assignment, do so carefully and with integrity.  This means looking up things you do not know and checking your textbook and class notes.  Working with other students or finding answers on the Internet are considered cheating.  Please do your own work.  Thanks.
During Vacations: Use it or lose it

Some of the things students can do to keep skills up to par:
Watch TV or movies in Spanish (Listen to the Spanish audio for a new twist to your favorite DVD.)

Surf the Spanish web - Newspapers, magazines, even change your Facebook language to Spanish!


Visit QUIA sites for some random practice, visit the Classzone website to prep for finals.

Listen to Spanish music.


Do Spanish homework carefully each day (including that extra 15 minutes of vocabulary review and practice.)  It's like a jogger going for a run to keep in shape for a marathon, a pitcher throwing a few balls between games, or a pianist playing songs between concerts.  Your Spanish skills must be kept up, especially during breaks from class.

Missed Exams
If you missed any exam due to an illness or excused absence, please arrange to make it up during lunch and/or after school.  Exam make-ups must be completed before the next chapter exam is given.  (Students who make up their exams early, do tend to retain the material better.)
Students who were truant on exam day will receive a grade of zero on the exam.
Class Contacts
+ Profesora, Bruton
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