SPANISH 2B 532 Curriculum Guide

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1 SPANISH 2B 532 Curriculum Guide Area: World Languages Level: College Prep Textbook: See attached resource list Length: Full Year Credits: 5 credits Prerequisite: Spanish I Offered: Grades 9-12 Revised July 2012 I. COURSE DESCRIPTION Spanish II is a continuation of the basic skills covered in level I with an emphasis on the reinforcement of learned grammar. Basic grammar will not only be applied, but further developed to include more complex forms. Students will apply these skills in oral and written exercises as well as creative projects and hands on activities. Reading and writing are taught to complement and enhance the speaking skills and to introduce the students to an intermediate level of selfexpression. Students explore the cultural traditions in the Spanish-speaking world via media, popular music, movies, and realia. II. CORE CURRICULUM CONTENT STANDARDS 7.1 World Languages All students will be able to use a world language in addition to English to engage in meaningful conversation, to understand and interpret spoken and written language, and to present information, concepts, and ideas, while also gaining an understanding of the perspectives of other cultures. Through language study, they will make connections with other content areas, compare the language and culture studied with their own, and participate in home and global communities. Interpretive Mode: 7.1.IM.A.1-8 and 7.1.IH.A.1-8 Interpersonal Mode: 7.1.IM.B.1-5 and 7.1.IH.B.1-6 Presentational Mode: 7.1.IM.C.1-5 and 7.1.IH.C.1-6 Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects: CCR.1-4, 7; RST.2,7; CCW.3,5 1

2 Upon completing the Spanish II course, students will be able to: 1. Listen to and comprehend the target language (spoken at a normal pace by a native speaker) on topics and themes to which students have been exposed. 2. Read and comprehend written material in Spanish in a variety of formats (conversations, stories, poems, factual information, song lyrics, advertisements, etc.). As students progress in their second year of language study, they demonstrate reading proficiency with an increased amount of authentic materials in addition to materials specifically designed for non-native speakers of the language. 3. Speak in the target language to ask questions, respond to statements, describe pictures and their daily life, tell stories and maintain a conversation about familiar topics and themes. 4. Write in the target language demonstrating proficiency in using vocabulary, verb tenses, grammar and structure included in the secondyear course curriculum. Students written work will illustrate that they apply good writing techniques used in their native language to their writing in Spanish (such as introductory and concluding sentences/paragraphs, transition words, etc.). 5. Demonstrate an understanding of culture including knowledge of various Spanish speaking countries and their customs, geography, climate, significant historical events, products, famous people and contributions to society in areas such as the arts, music, film, science, literature, etc. Students will be able to compare/contrast differences in lifestyles and underlying reasons for conflicts and alliances between countries and how these affect efforts toward world peace. 6. Describe the importance of Spanish as an influential world language and give examples of how proficiency in the language increases employment opportunities and expands opportunities for personal growth and development. IMPLEMENTATION OF TECHNOLOGY Technology is used extensively in this course by the instructor and students to support learning objectives. The use of technology adds interest to the course by varying teaching techniques and learning experiences; increases student exposure to up-to-date authentic material; and provides opportunities for students to become more proficient in the use of technology. Technology 2

3 used in this course includes a SMART Board, DVD s, videocassettes, CD s, and a multitude of appropriate Internet sites and presentational software. III. DESCRIPTION OF INSTRUCTION A variety of techniques are implemented in order to challenge the students and keep them engaged. The following methods are used to reinforce vocabulary and grammatical structure: question-answer discussions, group work, cooperative learning activities, personalized questions, real life situations, face to face situations, repetition, and total physical response. Materials utilized in the instruction process include: textbook, workbook, visual/audio materials, realia, modern technology, and teacher generated materials. IV. EVALUATION 1. Teachers will evaluation the student s class participation, individual and small group activities subjectively. A record of student s progress is maintained. 2. Student shall satisfactorily pass criteria referenced quizzes, tests, and examinations both orally and in writing. 3. A test is given at the end of each topic. 4. A mid-term examination will be administered to all students. The mid-term examination will consist of listening comprehension and a written section. The final examination will consist of written and oral (face to face) achievement section. 5. Grades will be calculated according to the school grading policy and the following guideline: Test Grades: 70% a. Oral tests, quizzes and oral presentations b. Written tests, quizzes and projects Homework 15% Class Participation 15% a. Small Group Work V. GENERAL ACTIVITIES Learning activities used may include, but are not limited to: 1. Writing drills 2. Speaking drills 3. Homework assignments 4. Worksheets and workbooks 5. Oral and visual presentations 6. Cooperative learning activities 3

4 7. Educational games 8. Face to face conversations 9. Listening comprehension activities 10. Role-play and real life situations 11. Total physical response (TPR) 12. Varied booklets, posters, and related projects 13. Use of modern technology 14. Authentic music 15. Videos Spanish 2 Outline of Instruction The following material is covered with a thematic unit approach, which is interdisciplinary and emphasizes speaking, reading, listening, writing, multimedia, culture and technology. THEMATIC UNITS Paso a Paso 1 I. CHAPTER 8- Home 1. Rooms in the home 2. Furniture 3. Household Appliances 4. Household Chores 1. The verbs poner and hacer 2. The verbs ending in IR 3. The verb preferir 4. Possesive adjectives (su and nuestro) 5. Tener+que+infinitive 1. Architecture of the home 2. History of the Patio 4

5 II. CHAPTER 9 Health 1. Parts of the body 2. Health 3. Physical sensations 1. The present tense of the verb dormir 2. Indirect Object Pronouns 3. Expression Hace que 4. Adjective substitution 1. Health and healthcare practices 2. The Mexican artist Diego Rivera III. CHAPTER 10 Community 1. Places in the community 2. Activities and errands 3. Transportation 4. Numbers 200-1, The preposition de + el 2. Preterit form of AR verbs 3. Preterit of the verb ir IV. 1. Hispanic communities in the United States 2. Union City, New Jersey CHAPTER 11 Movies and TV Shows 1. Television shows 2. Movies 1. Comparatives and Superlatives 2. Pronouns and the infinitive 3. Preterit of the verb ver 4. Review of indirect object pronouns 1. Spanish language television 2. Univision and Hispanic programs in the United States 5

6 V. CHAPTER 12 - Restaurants 1. Restaurants 2. Mexican food 3. Table Settings 1. Present tense of e-i stem changing verbs 2. Present tense of the verb traer 3. Preterit form of ER and IR verbs 1. Mexican food and restaurants 2. Other Hispanic foods VI. CHAPTER 13 The Environment 1. Environmental conservation/dangers 2. Endangered species 3. Farm animals 1. Present tense of the verb decir 2. Present tense of the verb saber 3. Affirmative familiar commands 1. Endangered species in the Hispanic world VII. CHAPTER 14 Parties and Celebrations 1. Parties 2. Gift giving 3. Introductions 1. Negative constructions 2. The present progressive form 3. The present tense of the verb dar 6

7 VIII. ENRICHMENT A. Geography of Spain B. Videos* 1. Spanglish 2. Fools Rush In 3. Don Quixote 4. El Matador 5. Zorro 6. In the Life of Frida 7. Blood Brothers C. Music* 1. Estopa 2. El Canto de Loco 3. Juanes 4. La Oreja de Van Gogh 5. Maná 6. Shakira 7. Daddy Yankee 8. Marc Anthony *May include but not be limited to Books Glencoe, McGraw-Hill, Repaso Scott Foresman, Paso a Paso Bibliography Internet* a. Study Spanish.com b. Your Dictionary.com c. quizlet.com d. Algunos Lugares en Español e. Quizlet.com f. Wordreference.com 7

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