SPANISH Miguel Alvarez
5th Grade - In 5th grade Spanish students are learning directions (up, down, left, right, etc). They are also learning how to ask and respond to where a certain person or object is located. We also finished watching Oscar winning Coco in class and learning about the value of family and the rich culture it teaches. Students were able to design their own alebrijes and describe and analyze the various characters in the movie. Lastly, we are beginning to learn about the Aztec and Inca empires and making connections with their mars/moon colonization projects.
6th Grade - In 6th grade Spanish students are learning days of the week, months, seasons, and holidays. In this fun unit they are also learning how to ask and respond to what day it is today? what day is tomorrow? what day was yesterday? what is the date? how is the weather like? and are you hot/cold? Students were able to design their own seasons posters containing the months and the seasons in Spanish with a lot of wonderful artwork and color. After spring break students will become weather analyst and describe the weather in a Spanish speaking city.
PARENT RESOURCES: Family services, workshops and assistance
Please click on our FamilySource Program brochure explaining what services are offered to our community members. LAUSD will not turn away parents of students attending non-LAUSD schools, and neither will any of the FamilySurce Center (FSC). Our FSC is located at the Youth Policy Institute (see address below). We look forward to partnering with Larchmont Charter School. Please contact us if you would like to come and take a tour.
Luisa Bottari, MA, LEP
Pupil Services and Attendance Counselor
Student Health and Human Services
Los Angeles Unified School District
FamilySource Partnership Program
Youth Policy Institute
1075 N. Western Ave. Suite 110
Hollywood, Ca. 90029
Aviva Parent Workshops