1 Tema Week Dates: Theme/Grammar/Unit/Chapter(s) 1 September day week 2 September 8-12 En la clase Con mis amigos Introducción al curso & presentaciones/evaluaciones preliminares Intro: Hola, Qué tal? Theme: Introductions / Class expectations / Initial assessments Greetings and leave-takings, Identifying yourself and others Grammar: Expressions of courtesy Present tense SER / Nouns and articles / Numbers 0-19 Vocabulary: The Alphabet / days / months (date) / Compras para la escuela 2 La familia y la vivienda 3 September September day week 5 September 29- October 3 6 October October (Columbus Day Monday) Theme: At school / school related expressions / Spanish-speaking countries / nationalities Grammar: regular ar verbs in the present tense / tener / llevar Vocabulary: Descriptive adjectives / Possessive adjectives Present tense SER/ Forming questions in Spanish / Numbers Theme: At school /Friends and Students Grammar: gender / number adjectives; HAY, SER y ESTAR Present tense of verbs in ar (continued) Present tense of verbs er, and -ir Descriptive adjectives / Possessive adjectives (continued) Prepositions: en, al, del, de a Vocabulary: days of the week, class schedules, school subjects, parts of a school, subjects, school supplies, telling time, parts of the day Quiz #1 Theme: School in the Spanish-speaking countries / nationalities Grammar: Gender / number of adjectives and nouns HAY, SER y ESTAR SER + descriptive adjectives Descriptive adjectives / Possessive adjectives Prepositions: en, al, del Vocabulary: Basic resources to express doubt, agreement and disagreement: no sé, quizá, vale, creo que sí/no Assessment #1 Theme: Families today Grammar: SER y ESTAR, tener Vocabulary: Descriptive adjectives / possessive adjectives, más que + menos que (comparatives and tener; venir and possessive adjectives Theme: Living in the city vs. Living in the suburbs/countryside Grammar: Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns, descriptive adjectives / possessive adjectives, más que + menos que (comparatives and superlatives) / present tense of er and ir verbs (continued); the verb tener; venir and possessive adjectives Vocabulary: Types of housing; rooms in the house; furniture and appliances House chores
2 2 La familia y la vivienda 3 La rutina y el bienestar 8 October October November 3-7 (Election Day Tuesday) 11 November (Veterans Day Monday) 12 November November day week (Thanksgiving Thurs-Fri) Grammar: más que + menos que (comparatives and tener; venir and possessive adjectives. Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns Quiz #2 Theme: Living in the city vs. Living in the suburbs/countryside Grammar: más que + menos que (comparatives and tener; venir and possessive adjectives (continued) Vocabulary: Types of housing; rooms in the house; furniture and appliances House chores / family / house / home / table settings Theme: Places to live and places to relax (city vs. countryside) Grammar: Expressing likes and dislikes with the verb gustar and similar verbs (expanded) Saber vs. Conocer Vocabulary: neighborhood, places in the city, services and establishments Assessment #2 physical activity Grammar: (continued) Gustar and similar verbs; stemchanging verbs Indirect object pronouns Vocabulary: neighborhood, places in the city, services and establishments Theme: Daily routine, personal hygiene, time expressions, parts of the body Grammar: Reflexive verbs, positive and negative expressions Vocabulary: Daily routine, personal hygiene, time expressions, parts of the body Quiz #3 physical activity Grammar: (continued) Reflexive verbs, positive and negative expressions. Command forms (tú) tener + que+ verbo / hay que / necesitar + verbo /deber + verbo Vocabulary: Health and well-being, exercise, nutrition and physical activity Assessment #3 physical exercise Grammar: Command forms (tú) (continued) Reflexive verbs, positive and negative expressions tener + que+ verbo / hay que / necesitar + verbo /deber + verbo (continued) Vocabulary: activity, medical terms, symptoms
3 4 Ciudad y los pasatiempos 5 Viajes y las vacaciones 14 December December December December day week(winter Recess) 18 January January January (MLK Day Monday) 21 January (Semester Ends Friday) 22 February February February Theme: Pastimes, sports, weekend in the city, Places in the city Grammar: Command forms (tú) Stem-changing verbs: Jugar, empezar, perder, volver, poder, Estar with conditions and emotions Vocabulary: sports, hobbies Theme: At the restaurant Grammar: Irregular yo verbs: salir, hacer, ir, Vocabulary: restaurant / meals / food.the different types of foods and menus; how to order a meal at a restaurant Quiz # 4 Theme: At the movies, museum, mall Grammar: Present continuous (estar + ando / iendo) tener + que (obligación), necesitar + verbo (dar y pedir direcciones) Ir a + verb in infinitive & Future simple Vocabulary: movies /museums / malls Assessment #4 Theme: More than one way to having fun Grammar: (continued) Present continuous (estar + ando / iendo) Ir a + verb in infinitive Future simple Vocabulary: movies /museums / malls Standardized Testing Schedule TBA Theme: Great Voyages from the past Grammar: The preterit of regular verbs. Verbs like decir in the present and the preterit (Continued) Future & Conditional Vocabulary: travel, baggage, customs Theme: Un viaje en tren Grammar: Preterit of hacer, querer, venir, estar, andar, tener, poder, poner, saber. Preterit of ser and ir Vocabulary: travelling by train and related expressions for travel Quiz # 1 Theme: Other means and forms of travel Grammar: Preterit of stem-changing verbs Vocabulary: means of transport, procedures for travel, airports, customs
4 6 Las compras 7 La ciencia y la tecnología 8 Un festival de arte 25 March March March March March 30-April 2 30 April April day week (Spring Recess Mon-Tues) 32 April 27-May 1 33 May May May Theme: Eco-tourism Grammar: Preterit (continued) Verbs that change meaning in the preterit Qué? Vs. Cuál? Pronouns after prepositions Vocabulary: means of transport, procedures for travel Assessment #1 Theme: A world of shopping (different types of stores; how to ask for what we want to buy, the prices, ) Grammar: Imperfect tense (ser, ir, ver) conditional used for requests, Formal Commands Quiz # 2 Theme: The different types of stores; how to ask for what we want to buy, the prices, etc. Grammar: Preterit vs. Imperfect, formal commands (continued) Theme: Designers and Stores of the Spanish-Speaking Grammar: Preterit vs. Imperfect, formal commands (continued) Nosotros (commands) Theme: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Grammar: Present Perfect, past participles used as adjectives Direct and indirect object pronouns Assessment #2 Theme: New inventions, new cures Grammar: Present Perfect, past participles used as adjectives Direct and indirect object pronouns ((continued) Forms of Se (passive reflexive) Vocabulary: inventions, cures Theme: New inventions, new cures Grammar: Relative pronouns, Forms of Se (passive reflexive) (continued) Future and conditional, Command forms DOP IOP Vocabulary: professions and occupations, the world of science and technology Theme: New forms of communication /new media Grammar: Future and conditional Vocabulary: natural and scientific resources, technological trinkets and accessories Quiz # 3 Assessment #3 Theme: Arts in the Spanish-speaking world Grammar: Present subjunctive Vocabulary: art vocabulary, descriptive vocabulary Theme: Arts in the Spanish-speaking world Grammar: Present subjunctive with verbs of emotion Vocabulary: art vocabulary, descriptive vocabulary Theme: Recipes with gusto Grammar: command forms, connectors, expressing
5 8 Un festival de arte 36 May (Memorial Day Monday) 37 June 1-5 (Chancellor s Day Thurs) 38 June June June opinions (creo que, me parece que ) Vocabulary: foods, quantities, quantifiers and intensifiers Theme: Ingredients by country Grammar: command forms, connectors, expressing opinions (creo que, me parece que ) Vocabulary: foods, quantities, quantifiers and intensifiers Review for Final Exam Review for Final Exam Standardized Testing Schedule TBA Last week of school
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