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1 1 of 5 11/4/2009 3:11 PM Map: Spanish 1B Type: Projected Grade Level: 8 School Year: Author: Mary Broas District/Building: Minisink Valley CSD/Middle School Created: 10/19/2007 Last Updated: 11/06/2007 << Refresh Map Content << Printable Version How does one determine gender in How is gender used to make nouns and adjectives agree? How does one greet someone in How are -ar, -er, and -ir verbs (regular) conjugated? How do you conjugate some essential irregular verbs? - ir, dar, estar, tener, and ver. How do you show ownership in Preliminary Review Greetings, Adjectives, Articles (definite, indefinite) Nationalities, School/Classroom, Clothing, Colors, Numbers- 0-1,000,000 House & Home, have a simple introductory conversation in use vocabulary and verbs to exhibit understanding of school/classroom, clothing, numbers, and house/home. use verbs correctly, both in written and spoken improve listening ability. Como Te Va- Repaso pages R1-R25. Review Verb Quizzes Practice conversations Listening exercises Reading and writing Possessive Adjectives Regular AR,-ER, -IR verbs Irregular Verbs: Ser, Estar, Ir, Dar, Ver, Tener How does one give personal identification information in Spanish, such as: name, address, date of birth, and physical description. How does one talk about family in house and home in school and educational subjects in Toca a Ti- Proficiency Unit 1- Personal ID Unit 2- Family Unit 3- House & Home Unit 4- Education give personal information and understand personal information fo others in name family members in correctly describe family in describe house/home in Spanish - rooms, yard, furnishings correctly describe school subjects, school day and teachers in Proficiency Workbook pages appropriate tests. indoor sports in Spanish using vocabulary and grammar relevant to them? Unit 1 Spring/Fall Sports- Soccer, Basketball, Baseball Stem-Changing Verbs e to ie, o to ue, u to ue Expressing Like/Dislike with Interesar, Gustar, Aburrir Sports in the Hispanic World describe the sports of soccer, basketball, and baseball in e to ie, o to ue, and u to ue stem-changing verbs. learn to express likes and dislikes. gain appreciation of sports in the Hispanic world. Textbook pages Workbook pages Vocab quizzes. Unit I Test.

2 2 of 5 11/4/2009 3:11 PM physical ailments in health needs to doctors, pharmacists, and other health professionals? How does one determine when to use correct verb for "to be"? Unit 2 Health/Welfare Health Terms, Doctor's Office, Pharmacy, Adjectives Describing Condition Verbs/Grammar Health/Welfare Health Terms, Doctor s Office, Pharmacy, Adjectives Describing ar: Ser/Estar Pronouns; me, te, nos, le, les Expressions using Tener Health Professionals & Clinics in Hispanic World indicate illness/health concerns in be able understand medical prescription and communicate with pharmacist. increase vocabulary to include adjectives describing physical condition. "ser" and "estar" correctly. indirect object pronouns and expressions using "tener." Textbook pages: Workbook pages: Medical Skit/Project one's physical condition? How does one communicate need/desire in a pharmacy? particular medical requests in a doctor's office? Proficiency Unit 8- Health/Welfare describe physical ailments. obtain necessary medication/supplies in a pharmacy. inquire about others' health/medical needs. : Medical skit/project Fill-in prescription page.. How does one reserve flights and check in at airport, train and bus station? How does one read a flight/train/bus schedule? How does one make reservations through a travel agent? How does one use 24-hour clock? How does one tell what he/she is currently doing? How does one tell what and whom one knows? Unit 3 Travel Terms At the Airport/Train Station/ Subway Station Packing/Transportation Terms Irregular Verbs: Hacer, Poner, Traer, Salir Present Progressive Tense make travel arrangements. engage in travel-related activities. use present progressive in use verbs "saber" and "conocer" correctly. learn irregular verbs "hacer," "poner," "traer," and "salir." Fill-in flight/bus/train schedule. Workbook pages: Traveler/travel agent dialogues. (speaking) Passport/travel brochure project. Deciphering Madrid Barajas On-line Airport Schedule. Listening Writing practice (postcards from abroad). Proficiency Unit 13- Travel

3 3 of 5 11/4/2009 3:11 PM swimming, water-skiing, wind surfing, scuba diving and sunbathing in ice skating and skiing in summer/winter weather in the past in How does one replace nouns with direct object pronouns in Unit 4 Winter/Summer Sports Skiing, Ski Resort, Summer Activities, Beach Resort, Summer/Winter Weather Terms Regular AR, -ER, -IR verbs Simple AR Preterite Tense Irregular Preterite Tense: Ir, Ser Expressions of Time Pronouns: lo, los, la, las be able to describe summer/winter weather. discuss past actions and events. be able to talk about and write about summer and winter sports and activities. refer to persons and things in the past/already mentioned. understand spoken Spanish involving summer/winter sports activities. comprehend and interpret written Spanish involving subject matter. write about subject matter in spaeak about summer/winter sports in Textbook Unit 4: pages Workbook pages board games Bingo vocabulary quizzes verb quizzes crossword puzzle grammar quizzes Unit test speaking and writing practice through interpretation, manipulation, and deciphering activities and worksheets. Ski/Beach Resorts in Spanish Speaking World Hispanic Olympians Unit 11- Leisure cultural activities/pastimes in How would one purchase theater/movie/concert tickets? various modes of public transportation in past actions or events using -er and -ir verbs? How does one use negative words in Unit 5 Pastimes/Diversions Theatre/Movies/Concerts Public Transportation- Taxi/Metro Preterite of ER, -IR Verbs Preterite of Irregular Verbs- Leer, Oir Negative Words Prepositions/Adverbs Student will discuss, read, and write about movies, museums, and concerts. listen to others' impressions regarding movies, museums and concerts. employ preterite of -er and -ir verbs. learn verbs "oir" and "leer" in the preterite. negative words correctly. gain an appreciation of culture in the Latino world. Textbook pages Workbook pages Subject-related puzzles. Cultural Diversions of Spain/Latin America

4 4 of 5 11/4/2009 3:11 PM specialty stores in neighborhood organizations and businesses? How does one shop for items in Spanish-speaking How does one access and use public and private services in Spanishspeaking Proficiency Book Unit 5- Community & Neighborhood Unit 7- Shopping Unit 12- Public & Private Services describe various neighborhood businesses both orally and in written form. communicate with staff of local stores and businesses. use phone and post office services. decipher ads, sales flyers, and print material regarding public services in Spanish-speaking countries. personal grooming habits? How does one talk about daily routines? How do you talk about things you do for yourself? How do you talk about a camping trip? the weather in Unit 6 Camping, Outdoor Activities, Grooming/Hygiene Reflexive verbs AR, -ER, -IR Daily Routine and Camping in Spain Unit 9- Physical Environment describe personal grooming habits, orally and in writing. talk and write about their daily routine. use reflexive verbs correctly in spoken and written discuss a camping trip in describe and discuss the weather in Textbook pages Workbook pages Role playing Flashcards Subject-related puzzles Vocabulary quizzes Verb quizzes How does one order food in What are the Spanish words for various professions and occupations in What are the differences between meals in the USA and in Latin Unit 6- Meal Taking, Food, and Drink Unit 10- Earning a Living Practice Proficiency Exams and Review order read a menu and order a meal in identify various professions in comprehend employment and want ads in learn to fill out a job application in Online Cultural Adventures Proficiency-based listening, reading, and writing worksheets. : Unit 6, Unit 10 tests Key to Standards used in this Map [10 occurrences] - LOTE Standard 1 - Key Idea 1 [Modern Languages i] - Performance Indicator 1A - comprehend language consisting of simple vocabulary and structures in face-to-face conversation with peers and familiar adults. [Checkpoint A] [9 occurrences] - LOTE Standard 1 - Key Idea 1 [Modern Languages i] - Performance Indicator 1B - comprehend the main idea of more extended conversations with some unfamiliar vocabulary and structures as well as cognates of English words. [Checkpoint A] [10 occurrences] - LOTE Standard 1 - Key Idea 1 [Modern Languages i] - Performance Indicator 1C - call upon repetition, rephrasing, and nonverbal cues to

5 5 of 5 11/4/2009 3:11 PM derive or convey meaning from a language other than English. [Checkpoint A] [9 occurrences] - LOTE Standard 1 - Key Idea 1 [Modern Languages i] - Performance Indicator 1D - use appropriate strategies to initiate and engage in simple conversations with more fluent or native speakers of the same age group, familiar adults, and providers of common public services. [Checkpoint A] [10 occurrences] - LOTE Standard 2 - Key Idea 1 [Modern Languages] - Performance Indicator 1A - use some key cultural traits of the societies in which the target language is spoken. [Checkpoint A]

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