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1 AUGUST/ SEPTEMBER First two weeks are review CORE CONTENT -Spanish alphabet, greetings, courtesy, numbers, colors, days of the week, months of the year -Body parts -Family -Foods -Holidays -Time -Numbers to 100 -Pronunciation -Clothing -Numbers to Dayso fht week/months of the year -Introduction of pronouns(yo, tu, el, ella, usted, nosotros, ellos, ellas) -Write dates, ex., birthdays in the target language -Write and speak years in Spanish (i.e., 1999-mil Novecientos noventa y nueve. PROCESS SKILLS/ -Recite the alphabet -Spelling -Songs to recite -Bingo -Dialogues -Identify birthday -Drawings -Family tree -Mobiles/songs -Identify major holidays in Spain/Mexico -Time game-make clocks -Recite numbers -J, rr, ch, r, e sounds -Drawings -Monologues -Write larger numbers in date format -Stand and Deliver film vocabulary packet -Jaime Escalante story -Bolivia presentations on immigration/coming to a new country/learning the language 28A7 - -Oral quiz 28A5 -Art -Written quiz 28B4 -Math -Listening quiz 28B5 -Music 28B6 -History 28B7 28D2 28D17 28D18 28D7 28D9 29A3 28B8 28D1 28B4 28D3 Clothing Catalog -Students create a 10 page clothing catalog with pictures and prices of each item in Spanish. 28D3 Alphabet Song -Students listen to/watch alphabet song. 28D15 You Tube video

2 OCTOBER CORE CONTENT PROCESS SKILLS/ -Under the sea unit -mobiles/recite -Children s books -writing/illustrating -Masculine/feminine -identifying clothing clothing -draw and identify gender -Quincianera -Sweet 15 film -Classroom commands -Simon says -Menu s Spanish -Make menu s restaurant -Verb games, board races, -ar verb conjugation question/answer -er verb conjugation -definite/indefinite articles -Art - -History 28A18 28A19 28C1 28A9 29A11 28B1 28B17 28B16 28B10 28D3 -Project evaluation -Written quiz -Paper-graded in Spanish -Oral quiz -Dialogues -Written test -Oral test SER postcard project -Students choose a destination where they wish they grew up/are from. -Students create a postcard with population in Spanish, city and 4 description words in Spanish. 28D19 28D18 Students will use Publisher or Word to create postcards. Spanish Heritage Month -Students research a famous Latino(a) and fill in an outline with information on that person s life -Students will select 5 lifetime events and write about those years in Spanish. 29D1 28D18 Day of the Dead -Making an Ofrenda Students complete an ofrenda for a famous celebrity or someone personal. -Station activity with pictures of vocabulary words. 29A1 29A1 PowerPoint of Day of the Dead history. Short clip of traditions.

3 NOVEMBER CORE CONTENT PROCESS SKILLS/ -Definite/indefinite articles -Completing paragraphs -Irregular verb-ser with appropriate articles -Describing more than one -Conjugating and placing person or thing in appropriate sentences -Conjugating-ar, ending -Completing sentences in the present tense, and forming singular or i.e. ar ending plural nouns illegar, llevar, entrar, -Completing for all hablar, estudiar, tomar, conjugations-give forms sacar, mirar, ensebar, -Atel=del inviter, preparer, trabaiar -Translating Spanish to -Conjugating irregular English about culture in ir, dar and estar Puerto Rico (i.e., -Expressing location and conversations) possession -Describing people s activities using ir/er ending -Learn things about Puerto Rico -Tell at what time an event takes place -Describe people and things 28B10 - -Quiz-conversation 28D122 dialogue using articles 8B21 correctly 28B17 -Verb quizzes 28D22 -Written quiz 28D23 -Oral quiz 28D24 -Conversation/question/ 29A1 Answer session using 29A4 possession/ownership. 29A9 28D14

4 DECEMBER CORE CONTENT PROCESS SKILLS/ -Speak to people formally -Conversations, and informally question/answer -Be able to ask for information in the target -Listening activities language -Learn differences -Expressing location and between schools in the possession through United States and Spanish dialogue speaking countries -Contractions-al y del -Oral activity Indicating possession -Describe your home -Talk about housing in the Hispanic world -Describe where they live -Viviendas-translations about housing in larger cities (renting, owning) 28B13 - -Oral/listening quiz over speaking informally or formally 28A13 -Social Studies -conversations -Oral presentations in the target language

5 JANUARY CORE CONTENT PROCESS SKILLS/ Unidad 6 -Create Family Tree -Describe your family -Talk about families in Spanish speaking countries -Tell your age and find out someone else s age using the verb tener (irregular) 28A2 -Oral activities -Written quiz -Presentation about family using the verb tener -Tell what you have to do- (using the verb tener) 28A15

6 FEBRUARY CORE CONTENT PROCESS SKILLS/ tener and que and el Learning how to say to infinitive have to 28B23 Language arts Activities about what you have to do-conversations ir and a and infinitive Learning how to use the future tense to be going to what is going to happen in the near future 28B24 Language arts Presentations about what you will do in the future (using ir and a and infinitive correctly Possessive adjectives singular/plural Learning how to show possession/ownership 28B25

7 MARCH CORE CONTENT PROCESS SKILLS/ Describe and speak about how family is such an important component to Hispanic life La Familia Hispana (The Hispanic family) Discuss the importance of parents, godparents, grandparents, aunts, uncles in the Latin family (family tree) Family tree presentation in Spanish Social Studies -tell what you prefer to do (using the verb preferir) ir ending irregular (stem change ) i.e., - empezar, querer, preferir, meter, volver, poder, dormer, jugar, lanzar, quedar, guarder, ganar 28B26 Spanish Newspaper -Students will create a class newspaper each student will be responsible for an article and an advertisement.

8 APRIL/ MAY Discuss popular sports in Latin America and Spain/United States CORE CONTENT Discuss soccer/baseball How it is different/same PROCESS SKILLS/ Research online Presentation on sports in Latin America compared to Social Studies United States i.e., soccer/futbol i-ie stem changing 27B27 Verb usage quiz presenting sport s activities using appropriate o-ue stem changing Discuss the seasons/ weather Describe weather all seasons/ summer, fall, winter, and spring in the target language. -Talk about skiing and skating -Talk about what and whom you know -Describe resort areas of Spain and South America. 28B31 Oral Quiz Unit Exam ISBE Website Assessment - Weather Las Pascuas/Semana Santa project -Students will watch a short clip on the Easter floats in Spain. Short quiz on terms/vocabulary

9 MAY CORE CONTENT PROCESS SKILLS/ -Describe Using travel vocabulary to travel plan travel-related describe activities travel brochure activities 28A5 Travel plan presentation *Exam Social Studies -Discuss some services onboard an airplane 28B29 28D13 Oral quiz Fill out an airline ticket. ISBE website Assessment - Complete a travel ticket (airline) -Tell others what you are presently doing using hacer Students will describe what they are presently doing Being able to express what they are doing 28B28 Conversation questions/answers about what they are presently doing Use irregular er hacer, poner, traer, salir, venire, irregular yo forms Students will describe an action in progress Writing sample describing what they are currently doing in the springtime. La Primavera 28D24 Describing in class what they are currently doing using the irregular yo form PowerPoint presentation Use present progressive Describing what they are currently doing using the present progressive. Graffiti project. -Students will create their own version of the graffiti in Spain and learn about the art form of it.

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