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1 ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is the larger question that we are investigating with our learning in this segment of instruction? 8 th Grade TIME FRAME [By Month/ Quarter] 1 st Quarter STANDARD OR BENCHMARK CURRICULUM End Product of Learning, What You Teach CONTENT: What we want students to KNOW. Vocabulary: food groups. The letters l and ll The plural of adjectives. The verb ser Latin roots of words for foods. Example: aguabiscatu (latin root) SKILL: What we want students to DO. statements about food, beverages and health Talk about food preferences and maintaining good health Read adjectives and add the correct gender and plural ending Write and discuss sentences using adjectives Talk about and chart favorite foods statements about food sold at a market Speak and write about people and places Practice speaking and writing adjectives Give opinions about foods and beverages INSTRUCTION Means to the End Product, How You Teach Varied Teaching/Learning Strategies Resources/Comments TECHNOLOGY Means to Engage Students and Provide Practice District Approved Software and Online Sites INTERVENTIONS Means to Support Struggling Students District Adopted Research- Based Materials ASSESSMENT Validation to Revise Curriculum & Instruction Varied Classroom Assessment Strategies Create and illustrate a presentation about good eating habits and exercise

2 2 nd Quarter Vocabulary: places to go, places activities take place, places you go on specific days. Grammar: the verb ir (to go) Pronunciation: stress and accents. Grammar: Asking questions. descriptions about locations for activities statements about identification of places Write about frequency of going to certain places Read and complete sentences about where certain activities take place Talk about places people go and how often in a personalized Practice using expressions of frequency Listen and write information about a painting Talk about activities and how often people do them Practice using vocabulary for leisure activities Ask and tell about where you go on specific days Identify interrogatives and word order Read a theater advertisement and complete questions about it using appropriate interrogatives Prepare and practice a presentation about a new student s first day of class 3 rd Quarter 1.1 Vocabulary: non-school activities expressing what you would and wouldn t like to do Listen to and demonstrate comprehension of sports vocabulary and how people are feeling

3 time of events ir+a+infinitive : example-voy a jugar. Grammar: the verb jugar. Read and understand ualized vocabulary about how people are feeling Express what you would and wouldn t like to do Communicate about sports and conversations Use personalized vocabulary to extend and decline invitations invitations to events and the responses given Express the time of an event Use ualized vocabulary in a conversation Practice the verb ir and vocabulary for place names message left on an answering machine Write and say what people are going to do Have a telephone conversation 4 th Quarter 1.1 Vocabulary: Family members, celebrations, and parties. Grammar1: Learn the verb tener and its conjugations Grammar 2: Possessie adjectives (mi, tu, su, nuestro) Read and Chromprehend a birthday invitation Learn new vocabulary about family members, celebrations, and parties statements about family members ages and names Listen to and demonstrate comprehension vocabulary about preparing for a party Watch and listen to the video and understand new vocabulary and grammar in authentic Use new vocabulary orally

4 and in writing Choose vocabulary words based on ual clues Ask and tell about family Learn about the verb tener Use forms of the verb tener and new vocabulary Write a paragraph based on an interview Learn about the royal family of Spain Look at and analyze art Compare two royal family portraits Learn about possessive adjectives Read for comprehension Use possessive adjectives to answer questions Use possessive adjectives, classroom vocabulary, and tener Vocabulary: People, adjectives for people and things, restaurants, and table settings. Grammar: The verb ver Grammar 2: The verts ser and estar and when to use each one. Learn about extended families in Spanish-speaking cultures Learn new vocabulary and grammar about family and describing people Listen to vocabulary about family members and indicate comprehension vocabulary about table settings Read and write about logical relationships Learn about analogies Understand descriptions of people Describe people using tener, gustar, and leisure activities vocabulary Use faltar to talk about missing items Learn about adjectives

5 ending in -ísimo Learn about the verb venir Use the verb traer in conversation Use venir and traer to answer questions about a party Learn about the verbs ser and estar Use estar to talk about where people are and how they feel Practice using adjectives and vocabulary for places and food Write and speak about food using ser Talk about items on a menu Learn about menu of the day offerings at restaurants in Spanish-speaking countries Read and convert a recipe from the metric system

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