One Complete Program for Middle School through Level 4

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1 Easy Articulation One Complete Program for Middle School through Level 4 or Levels 1a & 1b are designed with middle school learners in mind. They include more practice, more games and more appropriate visuals for your middle school students. These books prepare students for Avancemos! level 2. Level 1 introduces students to the culture and language of the Spanish-speaking world in eight manageable units. To provide flexibility and pacing options, the material taught in units 7 and 8 is fully spiraled in level 2. Level 2 begins with a thorough Level 3 reviews core content from Level 4 reviews and expands upon review of core level 1 content. Seamless articulation continues, as material taught in units 7 and 8 of level 2 is spiraled into level 3. levels 1 and 2 before students move on to more advanced language skills. the content from the first three levels, as students go on to master more advanced language skills. T8 Program Articulation s2ten-fm-ppt8.indd T8 6/9/06 9:01:16 AM

2 Levels 1a & 1b 1a Unidad 4 Unidad 3 Unidad 2 Unidad 1 Preliminar 1b Unidad 8 Unidad 7 Unidad 6 Unidad 5 Repaso Hola! Nueva York Greetings; Introductions; Saying where The Spanish alphabet you are from; Numbers from 1 to 10; Exchanging phone numbers; Days of the week; The weather; Classroom phrases Un rato con los amigos 1 Qué te gusta hacer? ; Snack foods and beverages This unit reviews most of the vocabulary in Units 1 4. Bienvenido a nuestra casa 1 Vivimos aquí Describing a house; Household items; Furniture Antes de Avanzar Ecuador This unit reviews most of the grammar in units 1 4. Ser or estar; Ordinal numbers 2 Una fiesta en casa Planning a party; Chores More irregular verbs; Affirmative tú commands Mantener un cuerpo sano República Dominicana 1 Cuál es tu deporte favorito? Sports The verb jugar; Saber and conocer; The personal a 2 La salud Staying healthy; Parts of the body Preterite of regular -ar verbs; Preterite of -car, -gar, -zar verbs Una semana fenomenal! Argentina 1 En el cibercafé Sending s; Talking about when events occur 2 Un día en el parque de Making a phone call; Places of interest diversiones Una rutina diferente 1 Pensando en las vacaciones Costa Rica Subject pronouns and ser; Gustar with an infinitive 2 Mis amigos y yo Describing yourself and others Definite and indefinite articles; Nounadjective agreement Vamos a la escuela! 1 Somos estudiantes Daily schedules; Telling time; Numbers from 11 to En la escuela Describing classes; Describing location; Expressing feelings Comer en familia Puerto Rico The verb tener; Present tense of -ar verbs The verb estar; The verb ir 1 Mi comida favorita Meals and food; Asking questions Gustar with nouns; Present tense of -er and -ir verbs 2 En mi familia Family; Giving dates; Numbers from 200 to 1,000,000 En el centro 1 Vamos de compras! Clothing; Shopping Stem-changing verbs: e ie; Direct object pronouns 2 Qué hacemos esta noche? Places and events; Getting around town; In a restaurant Preterite of regular -er and -ir verbs; Affirmative and negative words Preterite of ir, ser, and hacer; Pronouns after prepositions This unit recycles most of the vocabulary and grammar in units 1 4. Stem-changing verbs: o ue; Location words; Colors; Clothing Tener que; Interrogative words; Expressions of frequency; Direct object pronouns Numbers from 200 to 1,000,000; Gustar with nouns; Comparatives Gustar with nouns; Stem-changing verbs: o ue; Telling time Affirmative tú commands; Telling time; Foods and beverages; Preterite of regular -ar verbs; Noun-adjective agreement; Places around town; Stem-changing verbs: o ue Daily routines; Vacation plans Reflexive verbs; Present progressive Preterite of hacer; Direct object pronouns; Parts of the body; Chores; Houses; Telling time 2 Vamos de vacaciones! Discussing vacation and leisure activities Indirect object pronouns; Demonstrative adjectives Weather expressions Ser; Snack foods; Gustar with an infinitive; Class subjects; Adjective agreement; Telling time Gustar with an infinitive; Snack foods; The verb estar; Telling time Possessive adjectives; Comparatives The verb tener; Numbers from 11 to 100; ; Describing others Stem-changing verbs: o ue; Stemchanging verbs: e i Numbers from 11 to 100; The verb tener; Present tense of -er verbs; The verb ir; Direct object pronouns; Tener expressions Family; Numbers from 200 to 1,000,000; Gustar with an infinitive; Present progressive; Classroom objects Levels 1a & 1b T9

3 Level 1 Unidad 8 Unidad 7 Unidad 6 Unidad 5 Unidad 4 Unidad 3 Unidad 2 Unidad 1 Preliminar Hola! Nueva York Greetings; Introductions; Saying where The Spanish alphabet you are from; Numbers from 1 to 10; Exchanging phone numbers; Days of the week; The weather; Classroom phrases Un rato con los amigos 1 Qué te gusta hacer? ; Snack foods and beverages Subject pronouns and ser; Gustar with an infinitive 2 Mis amigos y yo Describing yourself and others Definite and indefinite articles; Nounadjective agreement Vamos a la escuela! 1 Somos estudiantes Daily schedules; Telling time; Numbers from 11 to En la escuela Describing classes; Describing location; Expressing feelings Comer en familia Puerto Rico The verb tener; Present tense of -ar verbs The verb estar; The verb ir 1 Mi comida favorita Meals and food; Asking questions Gustar with nouns; Present tense of -er and -ir verbs 2 En mi familia Family; Giving dates; Numbers from 200 to 1,000,000 En el centro 1 Vamos de compras! Clothing; Shopping Stem-changing verbs: e ie; Direct object pronouns 2 Qué hacemos esta noche? Bienvenido a nuestra casa Places and events; Getting around town; In a restaurant Ecuador Weather expressions Ser; Snack foods; Gustar with an infinitive; Class subjects; Adjective agreement; Telling time Gustar with an infinitive; Snack foods; The verb estar; Telling time Possessive adjectives; Comparatives The verb tener; Numbers from 11 to 100; ; Describing others Stem-changing verbs: o ue; Stemchanging verbs: e i 1 Vivimos aquí Describing a house; Household items; Furniture Ser or estar; Ordinal numbers 2 Una fiesta en casa Planning a party; Chores More irregular verbs; Affirmative tú commands Mantener un cuerpo sano República Dominicana 1 Cuál es tu deporte favorito? Sports The verb jugar; Saber and conocer; The personal a 2 La salud Staying healthy; Parts of the body Preterite of regular -ar verbs; Preterite of -car, -gar, -zar verbs Una semana fenomenal! Argentina 1 En el cibercafé Sending s; Talking about when events occur 2 Un día en el parque de Making a phone call; Places of interest diversiones Una rutina diferente 1 Pensando en las vacaciones Costa Rica Preterite of regular -er and -ir verbs; Affirmative and negative words Preterite of ir, ser and hacer; Pronouns after prepositions Numbers from 11 to 100; The verb tener; Present tense of -er verbs; The verb ir; Direct object pronouns; Tener expressions Stem-changing verbs: o ue; Location words; Colors; Clothing Tener que; Interrogative words; Expressions of frequency; Direct object pronouns Numbers from 200 to 1,000,000; Gustar with nouns; Comparatives Gustar with nouns; Stem-changing verbs: o ue; Telling time Affirmative tú commands; Telling time; Foods and beverages; Preterite of regular -ar verbs; Noun-adjective agreement; Places around town; Stem-changing verbs: o ue Daily routines; Vacation plans Reflexive verbs; Present progressive Preterite of hacer; Direct object pronouns; Parts of the body; Chores; Houses; Telling time 2 Vamos de vacaciones! Discussing vacation and leisure activities Indirect object pronouns; Demonstrative adjectives Family; Numbers from 200 to 1,000,000; Gustar with an infinitive; Present progressive; Classroom objects T10 Level 1

4 Level 2 Unidad 8 Unidad 7 Unidad 6 Unidad 5 Unidad 4 Unidad 3 Unidad 2 Unidad 1 Preliminar Mis amigos y yo Saying who you are; Personality characteristics; Daily activities and food; Places in school and around town; Saying how you feel; Daily routine; Making plans Florida Definite and indefinite articles; Subject pronouns and ser; Adjectives; The verb tener; The verb gustar; Ir + a + place; Ser or estar; Regular present-tense verbs; Stem-changing verbs A conocer nuevos lugares! Costa Rica 1 Vamos de viaje! Going on a trip Direct object pronouns; Indirect object pronouns 2 Cuéntame de tus vacaciones Somos saludables! On vacation Argentina Preterite of -ar verbs; Preterite of ir, ser, hacer, ver, dar 1 La Copa Mundial Sports and health Preterite of -er and -ir verbs; Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns Possessions; Prepositions of location; Places around town; Daily activities Interrogatives; Food; Days of the week; Parties Food; Sports equipment; Colors; Clothing; Classroom objects 2 Qué vamos a hacer? Daily routines Reflexive verbs; Present progressive Pensar; Parts of the body; Telling time; Places in school and around town Vamos de compras! Puerto Rico 1 Cómo me queda? Clothes and shopping Present tense of irregular yo verbs; Pronouns after prepositions Gustar; Clothing; Expressions of frequency 2 Filmamos en el mercado? At the market Cultura antigua, ciudad moderna Preterite of -ir stem-changing verbs; Irregular preterite verbs 1 Una leyenda mexicana Legends and stories The Imperfect tense; Preterite and imperfect 2 antiguo y moderno A comer! Past and present Preterite of -car, -gar, -zar verbs; More verbs with irregular preterite stems 1 Qué rico! Preparing and describing food Usted/ustedes commands; Pronoun placement with commands 2 Buen provecho! Ordering meals in a restaurant Affirmative and negative words; Double object pronouns Te gusta el cine? 1 Luces, cámara, acción! Making movies Affirmative tú commands; Negative tú commands 2 Somos estrellas! Invitations to a premiere Present subjunctive with ojalá; More subjunctive verbs with ojalá Soy periodista República Dominicana 1 Nuestro periódico escolar The school newspaper Subjunctive with impersonal expressions; Por and para Family; Chores; Food Expressions of frequency; Weather expressions; Daily activities Daily activities; Arts and crafts Staying healthy; Chores Prepositions of location; Pronoun placement with commands Daily routines; Telling time Spelling changes in the preterite; School subjects; Vacation activities; Sports Present subjunctive; Events around town 2 Somos familia Family and relationships Comparatives; Superlatives Clothing; Family; Classroom objects Nuestro futuro Ecuador 1 El mundo de hoy The environment and conservation Other impersonal expressions; Future Expressions of frequency; Vacation activities tense of regular verbs 2 En el futuro... Careers and professions Future tense of irregular verbs Clothing; Telling time; Daily routine Level 2 T11

5 Level 3 Unidad 8 Unidad 7 Unidad 6 Unidad 5 Unidad 4 Unidad 3 Unidad 2 Unidad 1 Preliminar Una vida ocupada Nos divertimos al aire libre Talking about yourself and your friends; Saying what you know how to do; Talking about people and places you know; Describing your daily routine; Making comparisons Verbs like gustar; Present tense of regular verbs; Present tense of irregular verbs; Present tense of yo verbs; Stemchanging verbs; The verbs decir, tener, and venir; Saber or conocer; Ser or estar; Reflexive verbs 1 Vamos a acampar Camping; Nature Preterite tense of regular verbs; Irregular present tense regular preterites 2 Vamos a la playa Family relationships; At the beach Imperfect tense; Preterite vs. imperfect Saber and conocer Es hora de ayudar! 1 Todos para uno y uno para todos! 2 Cómo nos organizamos? El futuro de nuestro planeta! Volunteer activities and projects Tú commands; Other command forms Irregular preterite; Family relationships; Describing a camping trip; Beach activities; Ir a + infinitive Requests and recommendations; Media Pronouns with commands; Impersonal expressions + infinitive Centroamérica Preterite vs. imperfect; Beach activities; Volunteer activities 1 Cómo será el futuro? Environmental concerns Future tense; Por and para Ustedes commands; Ir a + infinitive; Media vocabulary 2 Por un futuro mejor Social awareness; Presenting and supporting opinions Present subjunctive of regular verbs; More subjunctive verb forms Así quiero ser El Caribe 1 Quién te inspira? Describing others; Professions Future tense; Subjunctive with verbs of influence 2 Quiénes son los héroes? Cómo te entretienes? 1 Comuniquémonos entre naciones 2 Nuevos amigos, nuevas oportunidades Expressing positive and negative emotions; More professions; Supporting opinions Travel preparations; Computers; Requirements and conditions Participating in a group discussion; Leisure activities Dónde vivimos? 1 La vida en la ciudad Around the neighborhood; An apartment in the city 2 Fuera de la ciudad Traveling by train; Describing a cultural excursion Tu pasado y tu futuro 1 Recuerdos Planning for the future; School activities and events; Part-time jobs Los países andinos Subjunctive with doubt; Subjunctive with emotion Subjunctive with conjunctions; Subjunctive with the unknown Conditional tense; Reported speech Past participle as adjectives; Present perfect tense Venezuela y Colombia Past perfect tense; Future perfect tense Imperfect subjunctive; Subjunctive of perfect tenses Ustedes commands; Impersonal expressions; Future tense Ser vs. estar; Future tense Describing people; Superlatives; Family relationships; -ísimo Commands with tú; Professions vocabulary Preterite; Computer vocabulary Preterite; Direct object pronouns Present perfect; Tú commands; Places in the neighborhood; Past participles as adjectives Present perfect; Subjunctive with doubt; Impersonal expressions 2 Nuevos principios Pursuing a career Si clauses; Sequence of tenses Subjunctive with impersonal expressions; Conditional future; Architectural structures Hablemos de literatura Cono Sur 1 Cuentos y poesía Discussing and critiquing literature Past progressive; Conjunctions Preterite vs. imperfect; Professions 2 El drama Reading and interpreting plays Se for unintentional occurrences; Uses of the subjunctive Si clauses; Literary vocabulary T12 Level 3

6 Level 4 Unidad 1 Unidad 2 Unidad 3 1 En busca de trabajo Office equipment; Insurance and professions; Job interview Ser vs. estar; Direct and indirect object pronouns used together 2 Correo electrónico ; Talking and writing about work Use and omission of definite and indefinite articles; Por vs. para 1 Los deportes Sports and outdoor activities Preterite vs. imperfect; Changes in meaning with verbs in the preterite 2 Para pasarlo bien City life; Leisure activities; Entertainment Comparatives of equality and inequality; Prepositions; Superlatives 1 Adónde vamos de vacaciones? Planning a trip Past participle; The preterite perfect and pluperfect 2 De viaje Air travel Future and conditional tense to express possibility and conjecture Reflexive constructions; Ir a + infinitive; Present progressive; Imperative commands using usted Saber and conocer Por vs. para; Possessive pronouns; Prepositions; Direct and indirect object pronouns; Interrogative pronouns Preterite; Imperfect; Reflexive verbs; Present progressive; Ir a + infinitive Ser vs. estar; Present progressive; Adjective endings; Ir a + infinitive; Prepositions Ir a + infinitive; Por vs. para; Direct and indirect object pronouns; Present progressive Unidad 4 1 Pintura y música Art; Music Future perfect; Conditional perfect; Relative pronouns Prepositions; Por vs. para; Imperfect; Preterite; Present perfect; Direct and indirect object pronouns; Possessive pronouns; Reflexive verbs 2 Escultura y literatura Sculpture; Literature Passive voice; Idiomatic expressions Conditional; Preterite; Present progressive; Relative pronouns; Superlative; Future; Imperfect; Ir a + infinitive; Direct and indirect object pronouns Unidad 5 1 La familia y los problemas sociales 2 La educación y las finanzas Family relationships; Courtship; Marriage; Social problems and solutions School and college; Finances The subjunctive Subjunctive vs. indicative; Command forms Preterite; Adjectives; Reflexive verbs Ir a + infinitive; Future tense; Object pronouns; Reflexive pronouns Unidad 6 1 La televisión y las noticias 2 La programación y la publicidad Television; Politics; Natural disasters Tú commands; Nosotros commands Relative pronouns; Ser vs. estar; Por vs. para; Adjectives (form and position); Reflexive verbs; Ir a + infinitive; Preterite; Stem-Changing verbs (e ie, o ue); Imperfect; Prepositions (a, de, en); Comparatives; Present progressive; Possessive pronouns; Present perfect Television programming; Commercial advertising Imperfect subjunctive; Compound tenses in the subjunctive Hace meaning ago; Direct and indirect object pronouns; Relative pronouns; Imperfect; Adjectives (form and position); Por vs. para; Reflexive verbs; Ir a + infinitive; Adverbs; Demonstrative adjectives; Ser vs. estar; Prepositions (a, de, en, con); Preterite Level 4 T13

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