2. Use a metaphor and a simile to describe the preterite and/or the direct/indirect/reflexive pronouns.
Learning and using direct/indirect pronouns is as important as education.
Irregular of preterite pronouns is as confusing as the fish in dishwater.
3. How is what you have learned relevant to other classes/material you are learning?
What I have learned is relevant to other classes and material I am learning because, in Spanish class, we are also currently learning about in Spanish class, we are currently learning about preterite, direct/indirect/reflexive pronouns, as well as new vocabularies, expressions and verbs. English class, we also learned about writing sentences and stories in past tense using the different variety of verbs and vocabularies. Also, in Spanish class, we learned different Spanish speaking countries in the world and its cultures. In Individual and Humanity, we also learn about different cultures in different countries.
8. How did you feel during the learning experience? Why did you feel this way?
I thought that the new Unit was very challenging and difficult but interesting and fun at the same time. It was new and confusing at first because I have never learned preterite pronouns before, and it had complete new conjugation as the present tense and simple future tense. However, even though it was difficult at first, I felt achievements, after I started to get the new unit. Also, learning new vocabularies and adjectives was interesting and exciting. I was also delighted when I could use the new preterite pronouns to talk about things I did in the past. Also, it was fun to learn about geography and different Spanish speaking countries in the world.
9. Make a wordle or mind map of your learning.