To do so I would ask a classmate about what they did at school and what is the hw. I'm not sure there's a direct translation for that in Spanish.
We don't have a word for that concept in Spain (the education system gives you far fewer opportunities to redo/retake homework and tests).
Nonetheless, it continued to blossom into the powerhouse it is now.
Many tech pundits say that it’s the future of the world. Children ages 5 to 9 are gradually becoming the most adroit Snapchat users.
Use your own “teacher’s discretion” to decide which are and aren’t appropriate for the unique blend of pupils in your classroom!
Don’t lose sight of internet safety with these assignments.Indulge your adventurous spirit by exploring some associated ‘extreme’ vocabulary.Will you have the survival skills to master our quiz?If you're talking about the homework of this week, you'd also say "he hecho".However, if you did them yesterday, you'd use "hice".Be aware that this assignment requires the “honor system” as students won’t be able to “save” their homework.The best you can do is have students keep logs in their notebooks of who they exchanges Snaps with.Here I challenge you, fellow Spanish educator-pioneers, to embrace the strong pull of social media and mobile technology in our era by encouraging students to learn, study and complete assignments on apps, sites and platforms that they already spend a majority of their time on.Keep in mind that there’s always a number of students, depending on their parental preferences and economic classes, who won’t have access to the following apps, sites and platforms, or even smartphones.I’ll provide a few pointers along the way, but don’t forget it’s your job to ensure cyber-safety and minimize cyber-bullying.In 2013, Facebook offered to buy Snapchat for billion. While Snapchat was extensively popular, it was initially heavily criticized for not taking Facebook’s offer.