Spanish curriculum Overview Page 1 of 12

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Spanish curriculum Overview Page 1 of 12"

Transcription

1 Spanish Curriculum Overview: Kindergarten Spanish curriculum Overview Page 1 of 12 Course Description: The purpose of this course is to introduce students to commonly used vocabulary words and expressions in Spanish through teacher lead discussions, games, videos and songs. 1.0 Students will be able to exchange basic greetings and getting to know you questions 2.0 Students will be able to say the date, day and month 3.0 Students will be able to count to Students will be able to identify colors and shapes 5.0 Students will be able to say the Spanish alphabet 6.0 Students will be able to identify basic items of clothing 7.0 Students will be able to respond to basic commands 8.0 Students will be able to identify face parts 9.0 Students will be able to identify farm animals 10.0 Students will be able to tell time on the hour and half hour 11.0 Students will be able to identify school supplies 12.0 Students will be able to identify family members 13.0 Students will learn about Mexico Texts and Support Materials: Laminated calendar, numbers, days, months Felt animals, face parts, family Flashcards of alphabet, colors, shapes, clothing, farm animals Clock Videos

2 Spanish Curriculum Overview: Grade 1 Spanish curriculum Overview Page 2 of 12 Course Description: The purpose of this course is to introduce students to commonly used vocabulary words and expressions in Spanish through teacher lead discussions, games, videos and songs. 1.0 Students will be able to exchange basic greetings and getting to know you questions 2.0 Students will be able to say the date, day and month 3.0 Students will be able to count in 10 s to Add and subtract single digits in Spanish 4.0 Students will be able to identify colors ad shapes 5.0 Students will be able to identify basic items of clothing 5.1 Describe what they are wearing 6.0 Students will be able to say the Spanish alphabet 6.1 Spell their names 6.2 Say which letter are different than the English alphabet 7.0 Students will be able to respond to and give simple commands 8.0 Students will be able to identify body parts 9.0 Students will be able to identify zoo and farm animals 10.0 Students will be able to tell the time from the hour to the half hour 11.0 Students will be able to identify family members 11.1 Say if they have pets 11.2 Say how many siblings they have 12.0 Students will be able to identify things in a classroom 12.1 Use hay to talk about how many 13.0 Students will learn about Spanish speaking islands in the Caribbean 14.0 Students will be able to identify foods 14.1 Say foods they like and don t like Course Texts and Support Materials: Laminated calendar, numbers, days and months Felt animals, face parts, family, food Flashcards of alphabet, colors, shapes, clothing, zoo and farm animals Clocks Videos

3 Spanish Curriculum Overview: grade 2 Spanish curriculum Overview Page 3 of 12 Course Description: The purpose of this course is to introduce students to commonly used vocabulary words and expressions in Spanish through teacher lead discussions, oral participation, games, videos and songs. 1.0 Students will be able to exchange basic greetings and getting to know you questions 1.1 Say and ask about feelings 2.0 Students will be able to say the date, day and month 2.1 Recite days of the week, months of the year 2.2 Use hoy, ayer and mañana 2.3 Say the weather in Spanish 3.0 Students will be able to count in 0 to Add and subtract single and double digits in Spanish 4.0 Students will be able to identify colors ad shapes 4.1 Use proper adjective agreement 5.0 Students will be able to identify basic items of clothing 5.1 Describe what they are wearing 6.0 Students will be able to say the Spanish alphabet 6.1 Spell their names 6.2 Say which letter are different than the English alphabet 6.3 Recite the alphabet 7.0 Students will be able to respond to and give simple commands 7.1 Ask and answer questions about new words and phrases 8.0 Students will be able to identify body parts 8.1 Identify some internal organs 9.0 Students will be able to identify zoo and farm animals 9.1 Say where animals live in nature 10.0 Students will be able to tell the time from the hour to the half hour 10.1 Use menos, cuarto and media 11.0 Students will be able to identify family members 11.1 Say if they have pets 11.2 Say how many siblings they have 12.0 Students will be able to identify things in a classroom 12.1 Use hay to talk about how many 13.0 Students will learn about Spain 14.0 Students will be able to identify foods 14.1 Say foods they like and don t like Course Texts and Support Materials: Laminated calendar, numbers, days and months Felt animals, face parts, family, food Flashcards of alphabet, colors, shapes, clothing, zoo and farm animals Clocks Videos

4 Spanish curriculum Overview Page 4 of 12 Spanish Curriculum Overview: grade 3 Course Description: The purpose of this course is to introduce students to build conversation skills, vocabulary as it pertains to cross curricular opportunities and an understanding of basic grammar. 1.0 Students will be able to exchange greetings and getting to know you questions 1.1 Say and ask about feelings 1.2 Introduce friends 1.3 Ask and say how they and others are feeling 2.0 Students will be able to say the date, day and month 2.1 Recite days of the week, months of the year 2.2 Use hoy, ayer and mañana 2.3 Discuss the weather 2.4 Identify weather each season 3.0 Students will be able to count from 0 to Add and subtract single and double digits in Spanish 3.2 Count coins 4.0 Students will be able to identify cognates 5.0 Students will be able to identify basic items of clothing 5.1 Describe what they are wearing 5.2 Identify patterns 5.3 Identify clothing described to them 5.4 Say what body part clothing goes on 6.0 Students will be able to identify opposite words 6.1 Describe physical traits 7.0 Students will be able to respond to and give basic commands 8.0 Students will be able to identify sports and sports equipment 9.0 Students will be able to identify marine, zoo and farm animals 9.1 Match animal with natural habitat 9.2 Use hay to say how many there are 10.0 Students will be able to tell the time 10.1 Use menos, cuarto and media 10.2 Say if it is morning, afternoon or night 11.0 Students will be able to identify family members 11.1 Describe their family 12.0 Students will be able to identify modes of transportation 13.0 Students will learn about Spanish Speaking islands in the Caribbean 14.0 Students will be able to identify foods 14.1 Say what foods they like and don t like 14.2 Put food in the proper food groups of the food pyramid Course Texts and Support Materials: Laminated calendar, numbers, days and months Felt animals, face parts, family, food Flashcards of alphabet, colors, shapes, clothing, zoo and farm animals Clocks Videos

5 Spanish curriculum Overview Page 5 of 12 Spanish Curriculum Overview: grade 4 Course Description: The purpose of this course is to introduce students to build conversation skills, vocabulary as it pertains to cross curricular opportunities and an understanding of basic grammar through reading comprehension activities. 1.0 Students will be able to talk about themselves 1.1 Give and ask information 1.2 Describe physical traits 1.3 Discuss what they like and don t like 1.4 Express feelings 1.5 Write a paragraph describing themselves 1.6 Talk about their family 2.0 Students will be able to discuss the calendar 2.1 Identify extreme weather 3.0 Students will be able to form numbers up to Multiple, divide, add and subtract single and double digits in Spanish 3.2 Count currency 3.3 Tell time 4.0 Students will be able to identify distinct instruments and dance from Spanish speaking countries 5.0 Students will be able to identify things and rooms in a house 5.1 Talk about what is in their house 6.0 Students will be able to identify opposite words 6.1 Describe physical traits 7.0 Students will be able to identify modes of transportation 7.1 Give someone directions 8.0 Students will be able to read short paragraphs, dialogues and stories 8.1 Answer comprehension questions 8.2 Summarize readings 8.3 Use a Spanish/English dictionary 9.0 Students will be able to identify geographic terms 9.1 Label a compass rose and map 9.2 Identify south American countries and their flags Course Texts and Support Materials: Laminated calendar, numbers, days and months Reading comprehension materials Clocks Videos

6 Spanish curriculum Overview Page 6 of 12 Spanish Curriculum Overview: grade 5 Course Description: The purpose of this course is to for students to reinforce conversation skills, vocabulary as it pertains to cross curricular opportunities and demonstrate understanding of Spanish language through reading comprehension activities. 1.0 Students will be able to talk about themselves 1.1 Give and ask information 1.2 Describe physical traits 1.3 Discuss what they like and don t like 1.4 Express feelings 1.5 Write a paragraph describing themselves and their family 1.6 Begin to discuss future plans 2.0 Students will be able to discuss the calendar 2.1 Identify extreme weather 2.2 Identify holidays 3.0 Students will be able to form numbers up to Multiple, divide, add and subtract single and double digits in Spanish 3.2 Count currency 3.3 Tell at what time something happens 3.4 Identify ordinal numbers 3.5 Simulate negotiating price in a market 4.0 Students will be able to identify fine arts from Spanish speaking countries 4.1 Identify dance and music 4.2 Identify artists and their pieces of work 5.0 Students will be able to identify things and rooms in a house 5.1 Talk about what is in their house 6.0 Students will be able to identify modes of transportation 6.1 Give someone directions 7.0 Students will be able to read short paragraphs, dialogues and stories 7.1 Answer comprehension questions 7.2 Summarize readings 7.3 Use a Spanish/English dictionary 8.0 Students will be able to identify geographic terms 8.1 Label a compass rose and map 8.2 Identify south American countries and their flags Course Texts and Support Materials: Laminated calendar, numbers, days and months Reading comprehension materials Clocks Maps Videos of dance and photos of artwork

7 Spanish curriculum Overview Page 7 of 12 Spanish Curriculum Overview: grade 6 Subject Area: Foreign Languages and World Cultures Course Length: One Year (Three, 45-minute classes per week) Course Description: The sixth-grade student will continue to develop his/her listening, reading, writing and speaking skills in the Spanish language. New emphasis will be placed on developing skills in reading and writing. Accuracy in spelling, punctuation and use of accents will be stressed. Course Objectives: The student will be able to 1.0 Cite reasons for learning Spanish or other foreign languages 2.0 Understand social customs that differ by country or culture 3.0 Understand cultural differences regarding music, dance, instruments and festivals 4.0 Identify the twenty countries where Spanish is the principal language 5.0 Understand the influence of the Spanish culture throughout the world and history 6.0 Experience the Spanish culture through field trips, projects and in-school activities In the Spanish language, the student will be able to 1.0 Greet and take leave of others at different time of the day 2.0 Introduce himself/herself to others and respond to introduction 3.0 Respond to classroom directions 4.0 Pronounce the Spanish alphabet and compare it to the English alphabet 5.0 Ask questions 6.0 Tell time 7.0 Identify parts of the human body 8.0 Describe the weather at different times of the year and understand how geographical location affects weather in Spanish-speaking countries 9.0 Use numbers orally and in writing 10.0 Use the calendar 11.0 Identify classroom objects and indicate their location 12.0 Discuss leisure activities and sports 13.0 Discuss likes and dislikes 14.0 Describe himself/herself and others (physical and personality traits) 15.0 Discuss classes, class schedules and describe his or her classes 16.0 Identify foods and beverages for a healthy lifestyle and express hunger and thirst 17.0 Identify and talk about locations in his/her community 18.0 State where he/she goes and with whom 19.0 Use present tense 20.0 Express the future tense using ir a + infinitive 21.0 Understand and apply rules of punctuation and accents

8 Spanish curriculum Overview Page 8 of 12 Course Resources: Realidades A textbook, Realidades Practice workbook 1 Realidades Guided Practice activities Workbook 1 Teacher created handouts Student Evaluation: Unit Quizzes and chapter test Oral and written application of grammar, vocabulary and culture Oral presentations and dialogues

9 Spanish Curriculum Overview: grade 7 Spanish curriculum Overview Page 9 of 12 Subject Area: Foreign Languages and World Cultures Spanish I Course Length: One Year (Three, 45-minute classes per week) Course Description: The seventh-grade student will deepen their knowledge of the Spanish culture and will continue to build their foundation in the language in a relaxed, enjoyable and interactive atmosphere. The student will continue to develop his/her listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in the Spanish language as additional vocabulary and grammar are introduced. The student will become an active participant in our classroom world, communicating-orally and in writing- with other members of this world. In addition, the student will learn more about the history, customs and lifestyles of several Spanishspeaking nations. Course Objectives: The student will be able to 1.0 Cite reasons for learning Spanish or other foreign languages 2.0 Understand social customs that differ by country or culture 3.0 Understand the influence of the Spanish culture throughout the world and history 4.0 Experience the Spanish culture through field trips, projects and in-school activities In the Spanish language, the student will be able to 1.0 Use the present tense 2.0 Discuss things he or she likes and dislikes to do 3.0 Describe himself/herself and others (physical and personality traits) 4.0 Discuss classes and class schedules and describe his/her classes 5.0 Describe his/her classroom 6.0 Discuss foods and beverages for breakfast, lunch and dinner for a healthy lifestyle and express hunger and thirst 7.0 Talk about locations in his/her community 8.0 Discuss leisure activities and sports 9.0 State where he/she goes and with whom 10.0 Ask questions 11.0 Describe families 12.0 Ask and tell ages 13.0 Express possessions 14.0 Talk about celebrations 15.0 Express the future tense using a ir + infinitive 16.0 Order a meal in a restaurant 17.0 Talk about their bedrooms, describing bedroom items and electronic equipment 18.0 Make comparisons and express the superlative 19.0 Describing their homes 20.0 Discuss household chores 21.0 Use affirmative familiar commands

10 Spanish curriculum Overview Page 10 of Use the present progressive tense 23.0 Talk about clothes, shopping and prices 24.0 State wants and preferences 25.0 Discuss what happened in the past 26.0 talk about things to do and places to go on vacation 27.0 Discuss modes of transportation 28.0 Talk about computers, the internet and computer-related activities 29.0 Understand the differences between ser and estar 30.0 Understand the differences between saber and conocer 31.0 Understand and apply rules of punctuation and accents Course Resources: Realidades B textbook, Realidades Practice workbook 1 Realidades Guided Practice activities Workbook 1 Teacher created handouts Student Evaluation: Unit Quizzes and chapter test Oral and written application of grammar, vocabulary and culture Oral presentations and dialogues

11 Spanish Curriculum Overview: grade 8 Subject Area: Foreign Languages and World Cultures Spanish II Course Length: One Year (Three, 45-minute classes per week) Spanish curriculum Overview Page 11 of 12 Course Description: The eight-grade students will deepen their knowledge of the Spanish culture and will continue to build their foundation in the language in a relaxed, enjoyable and interactive atmosphere. They will review, strengthen and amplify the basic principles of level I. They will further develop the four language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in Spanish. Real-life situations are used in class that are appealing to the middle school student, enabling them to apply the vocabulary and grammar to their own lives. Daily life and familiarization with geography and history form the basis for this year s cultural study. Course Objectives: 1.0 Person-to-Person communication 1.1 Ask questions and provide responses based on self, others, and the immediate environment 1.2 Give and follow basic instructions in Spanish 2.0 Listening and reading for understanding 2.1 Understand basic spoken and written Spanish based on new topics in a familiar context that are presented through a variety of media 3.0 Oral and written presentations 3.1 Present information in Spanish using structures that reflect present, past and future time 3.2 Demonstrate attention to accuracy in intonation and pronunciation when speaking Spanish 3.3 Demonstrate attention to accuracy in word order, punctuation, accents and other diacritical marks, and spelling when writing Spanish 3.4 Present rehearsed and unrehearsed material in Spanish, including skits, poems, plays, short narratives and/or songs 4.0 Demonstrate an understanding of the perspectives, practices, and products of Spanish-speaking cultures 4.1 Identify and discuss patterns of behaviors typically associated with Spanish-speaking cultures 5.0 Making connections through language 5.1 Compare and contrast information acquired on other subject areas to topics discussed in Spanish class, such as the use of metric system for measuring distance, volume and weight 6.0 Cultural and Linguistic Comparisons 6.1 Demonstrate an understanding of cultural similarities and differences between the Spanishspeaking world and the United states 6.2 Compare vocabulary usage and structural patterns of Spanish and English 6.3 Recognize critical sound distinctions and intonation patters in Spanish and English 7.0 Develop and apply Spanish language skills and cultural knowledge in opportunities beyond the classroom setting 7.1 Illustrate how the Spanish language and Spanish-speaking cultures are evident in media, entertainment and technology

12 Spanish curriculum Overview Page 12 of 12 Course Resources: Realidades 2 texbook Realidades 2 Vocabulary and Grammar Workbook Realidades 2 Communications Workbook with Test Preparation Realidades 2 Assessment Program Realidades 2 Alternate Assessment Program Teacher resources on Videos Teacher created sources Student Evaluation: Unit Quizzes and chapter test Oral and written application of grammar, vocabulary and culture Oral presentations and dialogues

Acalanes Union High School District Adopted: 6/25/14 SUBJECT AREA WORLD LANGUAGE

Acalanes Union High School District Adopted: 6/25/14 SUBJECT AREA WORLD LANGUAGE Adopted: 6/25/14 SUBJECT AREA WORLD LANGUAGE COURSE TITLE: GRADE LEVEL: Grades 9-12 COURSE LENGTH: One Year PREREQUISITE: None CREDIT: 10 units UC/CSU CREDIT: Receives UC/CSU credit for World Language,

More information

Subject: Spanish as a Foreign Language, Middle School Program

Subject: Spanish as a Foreign Language, Middle School Program Subject: Spanish as a Foreign Language, Middle School Program Overview: The Spanish as a Foreign Language Program at BNS focuses on the development of communication and comprehension skills. The Middle

More information

Spanish 2580 Beginning Level

Spanish 2580 Beginning Level Spanish 2580 Beginning Level Description Spanish I is an introduction to the Spanish language and the Spanish-speaking world. During the year you will learn to carry on a conversation with your friends

More information

Curriculum Map Spanish I

Curriculum Map Spanish I Curriculum Map Spanish I State Standards Standard I Communication: The student communicates competently in Spanish. Standard 2 Culture: The student gains knowledge and understanding of Spanish-speaking

More information

SPANISH ESSENTIAL CURRICULUM

SPANISH ESSENTIAL CURRICULUM UNIT 1 UNIT OVERVIEW: Students will meet the curricular goals and objectives by: Responding to and initiating greetings and farewells Spelling and providing names Describing people and their personalities

More information

Mooresville High School Curriculum Pacing Guide: SPANISH I

Mooresville High School Curriculum Pacing Guide: SPANISH I For the study of Foreign Language, Mooresville High School has developed overarching core strands. These strands derived from the North Carolina Standard Course of Study for Foreign Language. Each strand

More information

SPANISH Kindergarten

SPANISH Kindergarten SPANISH Kindergarten Use Junior SYMTALK workbook Recognize 80+ Vocabulary words Recognize basic greetings and courtesies. Identify colors and numbers 1-10 Develop reading skills using pictures to identify

More information

Spanish I (Second Quarter)

Spanish I (Second Quarter) WORLD LANGUAGES CURRICULUM MAP Spanish I (Second Quarter) Course Number: 0708340 Course Number: 0708340 UNIT/ORGANIZING PRINCIPLE ESSENTIAL QUESTION(S): Spanish 1 Unit 2, Unit 3 Language Level: Novice

More information

Spanish Level II Online Instructional Materials Correlation to the 2007 Spanish Level II Standards of Learning

Spanish Level II Online Instructional Materials Correlation to the 2007 Spanish Level II Standards of Learning Provider York County School Division Course Title Spanish II Last Updated 2010-11 Course Syllabus URL http://yorkcountyschools.org/virtuallearning/coursecatalog.aspx STANDARD Correlation: Content must

More information

Spanish Curriculum Grades 4-8

Spanish Curriculum Grades 4-8 Spanish Curriculum Grades 4-8 Spanish Grade Four 1. Students will be introduced, recognize, and recite the Spanish Alphabet. 2. Students will recognize, recite and respond to simple Spanish greetings.

More information

Spanish 1. Course Overview

Spanish 1. Course Overview Spanish 1 Course Overview Spanish is the second most commonly spoken language in the United States. People in more than 20 different countries speak Spanish and it ranks within the top three most spoken

More information

KINDERGARTEN SPANISH. Listening, Speaking & Writing the student will do the following:

KINDERGARTEN SPANISH. Listening, Speaking & Writing the student will do the following: KINDERGARTEN SPANISH Listening, Speaking & Writing the student will do the following: a. Be introduced to phonics through pronunciation of the alphabet. b. Respond to commands, greetings, basic manners,

More information

b a c a b c e a b

b a c a b c e a b LISTENING TLW understand French when spoken at normal tempo on a subject within the range of pupil experience. Understand oral classroom directions in French Comprehend oral questions and statements within

More information

6 th Grade Spanish Curriculum

6 th Grade Spanish Curriculum 6 th Grade Spanish Curriculum Mendham Township Middle School Unit 1 Bienvenidos al Español! Summary: In Unit 1 the students will review greetings and farewells, days of the week, months of the year, weather,

More information

EAST PENNSBORO AREA COURSE: LFS 430 SCHOOL DISTRICT

EAST PENNSBORO AREA COURSE: LFS 430 SCHOOL DISTRICT Unit: Introduction Days: 5 days Key Learning(s): Classroom commands, colors, numbers, alphabet, cognates TPR Unit Essential Question(s): How do I begin to speak Classroom Commands Colors Numbers How do

More information

Curriculum for Spanish in Grade 7

Curriculum for Spanish in Grade 7 Curriculum for Spanish in Grade 7 Mendham Township Middle School Preliminary Lesson-Avancemos! Summary: In this introductory lesson, students will review basic pronunciation techniques, the alphabet, greetings

More information

SPANISH II CURRICULUM

SPANISH II CURRICULUM SPANISH II 2010-2011 CURRICULUM COURSE DESCRIPTION Spanish 2 provides opportunities for students to discuss the many reasons for learning languages and enables them to develop an understanding of the people

More information

Materials: Children s literature written in Spanish, videos, games, and pictures comprise the list of materials.

Materials: Children s literature written in Spanish, videos, games, and pictures comprise the list of materials. Pre-Kindergarten The primary focus of the Spanish program in Pre-Kindergarten is the exposure to a foreign language. Since students are introduced to a language and culture that may not be familiar, an

More information

SPANISH 1 Approved for Course(s): 5310 Curriculum Approved by Board of Trustees on: 07/2004

SPANISH 1 Approved for Course(s): 5310 Curriculum Approved by Board of Trustees on: 07/2004 Objectives Time Materials Validation Propositions Cues LISTENING TLW understand and respond to Spanish when spoken at normal tempo on a subject within the range of pupil experience. Understand oral classroom

More information

French Curriculum Grades 4-8

French Curriculum Grades 4-8 French Curriculum Grades 4-8 French Grade Four: 1. Students will be introduced, recognize, and recite the French alphabet. 2. Students will recognize, recite and respond to simple French greetings. 3.

More information

Chetek-Weyerhaeuser High School

Chetek-Weyerhaeuser High School Chetek-Weyerhaeuser High School Spanish I Units and Spanish IA Unit 1 1. I can recite and use the Spanish alphabet for reading, writing and spelling. 2. I can recall and count in Spanish. 3. I can identify

More information

Spanish I (First Quarter)

Spanish I (First Quarter) WORLD LANGUAGES CURRICULUM MAP Spanish I (First Quarter) Course Number: 0708340 1 Course Number: 0708340 Spanish 1 Language Level: Novice Low Novice High High School Spanish, Unit 1, Unit 2 PACING: 1 st

More information

CURRICULUM GUIDE SPANISH FOUR HADDAM-KILLINGWORTH HIGH SCHOOL July 2005/revised April 2008

CURRICULUM GUIDE SPANISH FOUR HADDAM-KILLINGWORTH HIGH SCHOOL July 2005/revised April 2008 COURSE: Spanish 4 CURRICULUM GUIDE SPANISH FOUR HADDAM-KILLINGWORTH HIGH SCHOOL July 2005/revised April 2008 Prepared by: William Bartholomew Corey Borzain Consuelo Magleby LENGTH OF COURSE: One year,

More information

Seneca High School Curriculum Guide: SPANISH II

Seneca High School Curriculum Guide: SPANISH II For the study of Foreign Language, Seneca High School has developed overarching core standards. These standards are derived from the ISBE Illinois State Standards and the Standards for Foreign Language

More information

PACING GUIDE SPANISH 1 (FOR HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT)

PACING GUIDE SPANISH 1 (FOR HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT) PACING GUIDE 2015-2016 SPANISH 1 (FOR HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT) MODULE 1 MODULE 2 Timeframe 1 st 6 Weeks 2 nd 6 weeks Unit Theme Para Empezar Mis Amigos y Yo Essential Questions Vocabulary Grammar Why should

More information

Unit 1, September TB Preliminary Lesson Unit 2, October TB Unit 1 Lesson 1

Unit 1, September TB Preliminary Lesson Unit 2, October TB Unit 1 Lesson 1 Unit 1, September TB Preliminary Lesson Unit 2, October TB Unit 1 Lesson 1 How do Spanish-speaking people living in New York City celebrate their Where do teenagers go during their free time in Florida?

More information

SUBJECT: Spanish GRADE: Kindergarten. GOALS: Students will... CONTENT TOPICS: Knowledge/Skills/Values RESOURCES/ACTIVITIES/ASSESSMENTS:

SUBJECT: Spanish GRADE: Kindergarten. GOALS: Students will... CONTENT TOPICS: Knowledge/Skills/Values RESOURCES/ACTIVITIES/ASSESSMENTS: GRADE: Kindergarten 1. Demonstrate an understanding of content vocabulary. 2. Respond to classroom instructions and commands. 3. Compare and contrast Hispanic holidays, celebrations, and culture to similar

More information

SPANISH B (for Survival) 2 nd YEAR SPANISH JULY 2003

SPANISH B (for Survival) 2 nd YEAR SPANISH JULY 2003 SPANISH B (for Survival) 2 nd YEAR SPANISH JULY 2003 COURSE DESCRIPTION The second year course is designed for students to acquire a novice-mid level of the language at the end of the year. Reading, Writing,

More information

Subject: Spanish as a Foreign Language

Subject: Spanish as a Foreign Language Subject: Spanish as a Foreign Language Overview: The Spanish as a Foreign Language Program at BNS focuses on the development of communication skills. The kindergarten class is designed as an introductory

More information

World Languages Standards and Benchmarks

World Languages Standards and Benchmarks World Languages Standards and s Course Title Spanish 2 Power Standard 1: Communication: Communicate in Spanish Power 1: 1.1 Students engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feeling

More information

GERMAN ESSENTIAL CURRICULUM LEVEL II. Unit 1: My Favorite Things

GERMAN ESSENTIAL CURRICULUM LEVEL II. Unit 1: My Favorite Things GERMAN ESSENTIAL CURRICULUM LEVEL II Unit 1: My Favorite Things Unit Overview In this unit, students will review topics and grammar covered in Level I German. After reviewing Level I structures, students

More information

Spanish I Unit 1: Greetings and Personal Information 2 weeks

Spanish I Unit 1: Greetings and Personal Information 2 weeks Unit 1: Greetings and Personal Information 2 weeks Sp 1.1 Sp 1.2 Sp 1.3 Sp 1.4 Sp 1.9 The will 1. Greet a person in 2. Introduce themselves ask other person s name 3. Ask where are from Writing on board

More information

Bexley City School World Language Program Overview

Bexley City School World Language Program Overview Bexley City School World Language Program Overview Communication express needs, feelings, and opinions. provide and obtain information. understand spoken and written language. function in authentic situations.

More information

1 st Quarter Pacing: 4X4 Block ( 4.5 weeks), A/B Block, and Traditional Standards of Learning Concepts Resources Pacing

1 st Quarter Pacing: 4X4 Block ( 4.5 weeks), A/B Block, and Traditional Standards of Learning Concepts Resources Pacing 1 st Quarter Pacing: 4X4 Block ( 4.5 weeks), A/B Block, and Traditional Interpersonal Communication FII.1 The student will exchange spoken and written information and ideas in French. FII.2 The student

More information

Spanish First Grade. S. I. Communication. S. II. Knowledge of Other Cultures. S. I. A. Vocabulary. S. I. B. Grammar

Spanish First Grade. S. I. Communication. S. II. Knowledge of Other Cultures. S. I. A. Vocabulary. S. I. B. Grammar Spanish First Grade 1. listen to and recite the alphabet 2. listen to and recite the days of the week 3. listen to and recite the months of the year 4. create My Spanish Book (cover) 5. listen to and recite

More information

Pacing Schedule for Spanish 1 Realidades series, Prentice Hall

Pacing Schedule for Spanish 1 Realidades series, Prentice Hall Pacing Schedule for Spanish 1 Realidades series, Prentice Hall QUARTER 1: Para empezar, capítulos 1A, 1B y 2A A. Listening and speaking: students will be able to engage in 1-2 minute 1. Greet people at

More information

Syllabus. Greet people at different times of day and leave taking expressions

Syllabus. Greet people at different times of day and leave taking expressions Syllabus Course Description for Spanish I: Spanish 1 constitutes a two-semester study of Level 1 Spanish for high school credit. Proficiencies of listening, speaking, reading, and writing, as well as language

More information

Acalanes Union High School District Adopted: 6/25/14 SUBJECT AREA WORLD LANGUAGE

Acalanes Union High School District Adopted: 6/25/14 SUBJECT AREA WORLD LANGUAGE Adopted: 6/25/14 SUBJECT AREA WORLD LANGUAGE COURSE TITLE: GRADE LEVEL: Grades 9-12 COURSE LENGTH: One Year PREREQUISITE: Spanish 1 or equivalent experience CREDIT: 10 units UC/CSU CREDIT: Receives UC/CSU

More information

Introduction to Spanish

Introduction to Spanish California State University, Northridge Summer Academic Enrichment Program Introduction to Spanish Course Overview : This class introduces active conversation and everyday aspects of the contemporary Spanish

More information

Paramount Unified School District Educational Services

Paramount Unified School District Educational Services Spanish Grades 7-8 Course Outline Course Description This course is designed as an introduction to Spanish, emphasizing basic language competencies and exposure to Spanish culture. The course goals and

More information

Objective: Learn about francophone world and countries bordering France TEKS: 1A, 3A, 3B, 4B, 5B

Objective: Learn about francophone world and countries bordering France TEKS: 1A, 3A, 3B, 4B, 5B French 1 Curriculum Carole Chambers and Joelle Ford 1 st 9-weeks Objective: Learn pronunciation and alphabet and cognates TEKS: 1A, 1B, 5B Activities: Pronouncing cognates with the help of a pronunciation

More information

PROFICIENCY TARGET FOR END OF INSTRUCTION, SPANISH I

PROFICIENCY TARGET FOR END OF INSTRUCTION, SPANISH I PROFICIENCY TARGET FOR END OF INSTRUCTION, SPANISH I NOVICE-MID Writers at the Novice-Mid level are able to copy or transcribe familiar words or phrases, and reproduce from memory a modest number of isolated

More information

The sophomore Spanish class is team taught by two Spanish teachers during a one hour block. Each

The sophomore Spanish class is team taught by two Spanish teachers during a one hour block. Each Spanish Curriculum The Spanish curriculum is designed to create a knowledgeable traveler that is able to use the skills obtained in class both through language and culture. Students who complete the Spanish

More information

Overview. Course Content Year 8 2nd ML. Themes. Grammar to be covered this year: Pronunciation rules Grammatical terms + Dictionary skills.

Overview. Course Content Year 8 2nd ML. Themes. Grammar to be covered this year: Pronunciation rules Grammatical terms + Dictionary skills. Overview As a Department, we believe it is important to provide students with the building blocks to enable them to become independent linguists. The teaching of grammar within a range of contexts is core

More information

French 1A. Course Overview

French 1A. Course Overview French 1 Course Overview French is spoken in five continents by more than 200 million people and is the official language of more than 25 countries. Proficiency in French along with an understanding of

More information

High School Spanish II Curriculum Guide. Course Description. Overall Course Objectives. Recurring Content

High School Spanish II Curriculum Guide. Course Description. Overall Course Objectives. Recurring Content High School Spanish II Curriculum Guide Course Description Students continue their study of Spanish by further expanding their knowledge of key vocabulary topics and grammar concepts. Students not only

More information

California State University, Northridge Summer Academic Enrichment Program. Spanish IIAB

California State University, Northridge Summer Academic Enrichment Program. Spanish IIAB California State University, Northridge Summer Academic Enrichment Program Spanish IIAB A G Subject Area Fulfillment : Meets two semesters of the (E) Language Other Than English graduation requirement.

More information

STAGE 2 ASSESSMENT EVIDENCE

STAGE 2 ASSESSMENT EVIDENCE Title: Exprésate! Subject/Course: Spanish II Topic: Familiares y amigos Chapter 1 Grades: 8 th 12 th Designer(s): Spanish teachers STAGE 1 DESIRED RESULTS Content Standard(s) Communication: A.1.2.1, A.1.2.3,

More information

2015.16 Spanish I, Quarter 4

2015.16 Spanish I, Quarter 4 2015.16 Spanish I, Quarter 4 Big Ideas/Key Concepts: Students will discuss and write about what is going on right now. Students will continue to improve their reading, writing, listening and speaking abilities

More information

World Languages Benchmark Level I PMS Foreign Languages Exploring Spanish 2

World Languages Benchmark Level I PMS Foreign Languages Exploring Spanish 2 Communication Standard 1: Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions. 1. Express feelings, likes and dislikes. Expand on vocabulary

More information

UNIT SKILLS TYPES OF ASSESSMENT 1. Repaso. Introduce/review material from Avancemos 1A text (units 1-4) Reading activities Describing classes

UNIT SKILLS TYPES OF ASSESSMENT 1. Repaso. Introduce/review material from Avancemos 1A text (units 1-4) Reading activities Describing classes 1. Repaso Introduce/review material from Avancemos 1A text (units 1-4) Flashcards Speaking activities Antes de Avanzar Describing self and others Listening activities Review and Introduction Daily schedules

More information

PELLISSIPPI STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS BEGINNING SPANISH I SPAN 1010. Laboratory Hours: 0.0 Date Revised: Summer 10

PELLISSIPPI STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS BEGINNING SPANISH I SPAN 1010. Laboratory Hours: 0.0 Date Revised: Summer 10 PELLISSIPPI STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS BEGINNING SPANISH I SPAN 1010 Class Hours: 3.0 Credit Hours: 3.0 Laboratory Hours: 0.0 Date Revised: Summer 10 Catalog Course Description: Introduction

More information

Seneca High School Curriculum Guide: SPANISH I

Seneca High School Curriculum Guide: SPANISH I For the study of Foreign Language, Seneca High School has developed overarching core standards. These standards are derived from the ISBE Illinois State Standards and the Standards for Foreign Language

More information

Common Curriculum Map. Discipline: Foreign Language Course: Spanish 1-2

Common Curriculum Map. Discipline: Foreign Language Course: Spanish 1-2 Introductory Unit Basic Information: Common Curriculum Map Discipline: Foreign Language Course: Spanish 1-2 28.B.1b Imitate pronunciation, intonation and inflection in target language 28 B.1a Respond to

More information

This curriculum is part of the Educational Program of Studies of the Rahway Public Schools. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

This curriculum is part of the Educational Program of Studies of the Rahway Public Schools. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS CURRICULUM FOR WORLD LANGUAGE INTRODUCTION TO SPANISH GRADES 7-8 This curriculum is part of the Educational Program of Studies of the Rahway Public Schools. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS John Perillo, Supervisor of

More information

Honors German 3/ German 3 Curriculum

Honors German 3/ German 3 Curriculum Honors German 3/ German 3 Curriculum Timeline Unit 1 Standards Objectives Content Additional Resources Performance Tasks Assessments 3 weeks Die ACTFL Students will be able Vocabulary: Handouts Students

More information

Spanish Curriculum. Standard 1.2: Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics.

Spanish Curriculum. Standard 1.2: Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics. Spanish Curriculum Goals and Standards All Spanish classes will focus on several educational goals. Primary focus will be given to the five goals of language learning as are prescribed by the Nebraska

More information

Name of Course: Spanish 3 Course Number: 543. Grade Level(s): 10-12

Name of Course: Spanish 3 Course Number: 543. Grade Level(s): 10-12 Name of Course: Spanish 3 Course Number: 543 Grade Level(s): 10-12 Unit or Strand: Unit 1 Review of Spanish 2 Unit 2 Hay que, New stem changing verbs, Affirmative/Negative words Unit 3 - Comparatives,

More information

Spanish I Tentative Course Outline* Textbook: Avancemos I Aligned to NYS LOTE Curriculum Checkpoint A

Spanish I Tentative Course Outline* Textbook: Avancemos I Aligned to NYS LOTE Curriculum Checkpoint A Spanish I Textbook: Avancemos I Aligned to NYS LOTE Curriculum Checkpoint A September Lección preliminar Greetings Numbers 1-10 Days of the week Unidad 1 (Leisure, Food, Personal ID) Subject pronouns Ser

More information

WORLD LANGUAGES CHINESE IV 2 SEMESTERS

WORLD LANGUAGES CHINESE IV 2 SEMESTERS WORLD LANGUAGES The World Language program develops proficiency in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing languages other than English. The cultural aspects of the target language, customs, geography,

More information

YEAR 7 SPANISH. The pupils start Spanish in Year 7 and continue on into Year 8.

YEAR 7 SPANISH. The pupils start Spanish in Year 7 and continue on into Year 8. YEAR 7 SPANISH PERIODS: PREP: 3 x 35 mins per week. 1 x 30 minutes per week. The pupils start Spanish in Year 7 and continue on into Year 8. At the end of Year 6, pupils are given the choice of studying

More information

French 1 Course Title. 1. The concepts of language, culture and identity are inseparable.

French 1 Course Title. 1. The concepts of language, culture and identity are inseparable. French 1 Course Title Course- wide 1. The concepts of language, culture and identity are inseparable. 2. The recognition of the vastness of the Francophone world leads students to an awareness of cultural

More information

Unit 1, September TB Preliminary Lesson Unit 2, October TB Unit 5 Lesson 1 What do you and your family like to eat?

Unit 1, September TB Preliminary Lesson Unit 2, October TB Unit 5 Lesson 1 What do you and your family like to eat? Unit 1, September TB Preliminary Lesson Unit 2, October TB Unit 5 Lesson 1 What do you and your family like to eat? Do you live in an apartment or a house? What do you do for fun when you are not in school?

More information

English for Life. E l e m e n t a r y. Lessons 1 4 Checklist Getting Started. Student s Book 3 Date. Workbook. MultiROM. Test 1 4

English for Life. E l e m e n t a r y. Lessons 1 4 Checklist Getting Started. Student s Book 3 Date. Workbook. MultiROM. Test 1 4 Lessons 1 4 Checklist Getting Started Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4 What do you do? The alphabet Posession Introducing yourself Classroom language Plurals: regular and irregular this / that Useful

More information

Stamford Green Primary School Spanish Curriculum Map. September 2014

Stamford Green Primary School Spanish Curriculum Map. September 2014 Stamford Green Primary School Spanish Curriculum Map September 2014 Contents Page Essential characteristics of linguists Page 3 Aims of the National Curriculum Page 4 Early Years Page 5 Year 1 Expectation

More information

Curriculum Map. Discipline: Foreign Language Course: German 1-2 Teacher: Julie Bequette/Tom Neal

Curriculum Map. Discipline: Foreign Language Course: German 1-2 Teacher: Julie Bequette/Tom Neal Curriculum Map Discipline: Foreign Language Course: German 1-2 Teacher: Julie Bequette/Tom Neal August/September: How do I initiate conversation in German? How do I produce the basic sounds in German?

More information

Overview of the Spanish 1 Course

Overview of the Spanish 1 Course Syllabus: Español 1 Mr. / Sr. Rogina HAIS Houston Academy for International Studies Textbook: Realidades 1 (Prentice Hall) Materials: textbook, pen/pencil, notebook Overview of the Spanish 1 Course During

More information

ENL (English as a New Language) Course of Study Grades K 12

ENL (English as a New Language) Course of Study Grades K 12 ENL (English as a New Language) Course of Study Grades K 12 Learning to speak another s language means taking one s place in the human community. It means reaching out to others across cultural and linguistic

More information

GERMAN IA CCO I: Interpersonal Communication

GERMAN IA CCO I: Interpersonal Communication GERMAN IA 55 GERMAN IA CCO I: Interpersonal Communication Students will engage in conversations or correspondence in German to provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange

More information

Spanish I Unit 1 Getting Started in Spanish

Spanish I Unit 1 Getting Started in Spanish The following instructional plan is part of a GaDOE collection of Unit Frameworks, Performance Tasks, examples of Student Work, and Teacher Commentary. Many more GaDOE approved instructional plans are

More information

COURSE DESCRIPTION. C. Students will understand the relationship between language and culture.

COURSE DESCRIPTION. C. Students will understand the relationship between language and culture. COURSE DESCRIPTION COURSE TITLE: Spanish I Course Number: NM 12528000 RISD 01201 Open to Grades: 7-8 Prerequisites: Credit: Length of Course: None None 2 semesters COURSE DESCRIPTION: Spanish I introduces

More information

Phyllis Day Room: 101 Phone: ext COURSE DESCRIPTION

Phyllis Day Room: 101 Phone: ext COURSE DESCRIPTION COURSE: Spanish I Teacher with contact information: Date: Phyllis Day Room: 101 Phone: 588-2262 ext. 12 Email: phylday@mackayschools.org August 22, 2011 COURSE DESCRIPTION Class Description: This is a

More information

Aldine I.S.D. Benchmark Targets Spanish 1 Regular SUMMER 2004

Aldine I.S.D. Benchmark Targets Spanish 1 Regular SUMMER 2004 ASSURANCES By the end of Spanish 1A Regular, the student will: 1. Students will master vocabulary for the following themes school: supplies/subjects greetings countries descriptions of people numbers 0-30,

More information

SPA 101 ELEMENTARY SPANISH Course Package. Approved May 6, 2005 Effective Summer 2005

SPA 101 ELEMENTARY SPANISH Course Package. Approved May 6, 2005 Effective Summer 2005 SPA 101 ELEMENTARY SPANISH Course Package Approved May 6, 2005 Effective Summer 2005 Modified 4/3/2009 effective Fall 2009 COURSE INFORMATION Is this a new course or a proposed modification to an existing

More information

Subject: Spanish I Expresáte! Spanish I

Subject: Spanish I Expresáte! Spanish I Subject: Spanish I Expresáte! Spanish I Calendar : 2008-2009 School Year Timeframe: 1 st 9 weeks Level/Grade: Secondary The student will be doing the following: Chapter 1 Vocabulary Asking someone s name

More information

Adlai E. Stevenson High School Course Description

Adlai E. Stevenson High School Course Description Adlai E. Stevenson High School Course Description Division: World Languages Course Number: SPA201, SPA202 Course Title: Spanish 2 Course Description: Students continue to develop listening, speaking, reading,

More information

PETERS TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT CORE BODY OF KNOWLEDGE SPANISH I GRADES 9-12

PETERS TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT CORE BODY OF KNOWLEDGE SPANISH I GRADES 9-12 PETERS TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT CORE BODY OF KNOWLEDGE SPANISH I GRADES 9-12 For each of the sections that follow, students may be required to analyze, recall, explain, interpret, apply, or evaluate the

More information

Vocabulary; describing daily routines, tradition 2. birthdays, celebrations, and for other traditions. See film-clips 6 7

Vocabulary; describing daily routines, tradition 2. birthdays, celebrations, and for other traditions. See film-clips 6 7 Unit Areas of Interaction Significant implements the Students will gain, practices and an understanding attitudes needed to of French culture be successful learners. culturesdifferent Health and Social

More information

SPANISH 2 REALIDADES PACING GUIDE (2011-2012)

SPANISH 2 REALIDADES PACING GUIDE (2011-2012) SPANISH 2 REALIDADES PACING GUIDE (2011-2012) Chapter Topics Objectives Grammar SOL Standards 1 st nine weeks Para Empezar PREP 1A Descriptive Adjectives Nationalities Daily Activities Asking Questions

More information

BSD Spanish 1 Scope and Sequence August 2011

BSD Spanish 1 Scope and Sequence August 2011 BSD Spanish 1 Scope and Sequence August 2011 Greetings & Introductions What happens in the school day Numbers Time Naming parts of the body How do I greet and take leave of people? How do I introduce others

More information

DIOCESE OF CHARLESTON

DIOCESE OF CHARLESTON DIOCESE OF CHARLESTON Spanish Curriculum Grades K 8 Introduction Research shows that learning a foreign language expands a student s educational development, communication skills and thinking abilities.

More information

Common Curriculum Map. Discipline: Foreign Language Course: Spanish 5-6 Weighted

Common Curriculum Map. Discipline: Foreign Language Course: Spanish 5-6 Weighted Common Curriculum Map Discipline: Foreign Language Course: Spanish 5-6 Weighted Unit 1: 28.C.4a Comprehend vocab and main message of written materials 28.D.2c Present an original production using known

More information

Dr. Jorge Alvarez High School Spanish I Syllabus I. Instructor Name: Rosa Candida Rodriguez Time Frame:

Dr. Jorge Alvarez High School Spanish I Syllabus I. Instructor Name: Rosa Candida Rodriguez Time Frame: Dr. Jorge Alvarez High School Spanish I Syllabus I Instructor Name: Rosa Candida Rodriguez Time Frame: 2011 2012 Email: candida.rodriguez@ppsd.org Course Description: Spanish 1 Students learn to understand,

More information

Sample Example - Beginning I Course (French, German, Italian, and Spanish) Wright State University FR 1010

Sample Example - Beginning I Course (French, German, Italian, and Spanish) Wright State University FR 1010 Sample Example - Beginning I Course (French, German, Italian, and Spanish) Wright State University FR 1010 Interpersonal Communication: Students initiate and sustain meaningful spoken, written, face-to-face

More information

WLG200: Spanish II. Course length: Two semesters. Materials: Vox Everyday Spanish and English Dictionary

WLG200: Spanish II. Course length: Two semesters. Materials: Vox Everyday Spanish and English Dictionary WLG200: Spanish II Students continue their introduction to Spanish with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing.

More information

Unit I: All About Me

Unit I: All About Me GERMAN I Unit I: All About Me Overview. This quarter introduces students to the German language. They acquire vocabulary and structures to exchange basic information about themselves, relating to name,

More information

Spanish 2. Course Overview

Spanish 2. Course Overview Spanish 2 Course Overview Students in Spanish 2 continue their voyage of discovery as they further explore the language and the culture of the peoples who speak this modern world language. Students continue

More information

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Nursery & Primary School. Modern Foreign Language Policy

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Nursery & Primary School. Modern Foreign Language Policy Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Nursery & Primary School Modern Foreign Language Policy September 2014 Review Date: September 2016 INTRODUCTION This subject policy is one in a series that makes up the Whole

More information

Grade Level Expectations

Grade Level Expectations s s (GLEs) are based on the Delaware World Content Standards and World Indicators and outline what students should know and be able to do at each level of world language instruction. GLEs also provide

More information

COURSE SYLLABUS SPANISH IA

COURSE SYLLABUS SPANISH IA COURSE SYLLABUS SPANISH IA COURSE DESCRIPTION Spanish 1A (first-year Spanish, first semester) is a communicative beginning-level Spanish course. Students will begin to develop their Spanish proficiency

More information

Learner Profile- By the end of Level 1, students should be able to function at a Novice-Mid level on the ACTFL proficiency scale.

Learner Profile- By the end of Level 1, students should be able to function at a Novice-Mid level on the ACTFL proficiency scale. CANYONS SCHOOL DISTRICT WORLD LANGUAGES: SPANISH Beginning Language Level 1 Learner Profile- By the end of Level 1, students should be able to function at a Novice-Mid level on the ACTFL proficiency scale.

More information

Secondary Spanish Curriculum Framework

Secondary Spanish Curriculum Framework Arlington Public Schools Secondary Spanish Curriculum Framework Arlington Public Schools Department of Instruction World Languages Office 2010 World Languages Office 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3

More information

Masconomet Regional High School Curriculum Guide

Masconomet Regional High School Curriculum Guide Masconomet Regional High School Curriculum Guide Course Title: Spanish II CP Course Number: 4311 Department: Foreign Languages Grade Level and Phase: 9 College Prep Length of Course: Year Course Description:

More information

Course Title: Spanish III Course Number: NM 112545101 RISD 08311 Open to grades: 9-12

Course Title: Spanish III Course Number: NM 112545101 RISD 08311 Open to grades: 9-12 Course Title: Spanish III Course Number: NM 112545101 RISD 08311 Open to grades: 9-12 Credit: One unit Prerequisite: Successful completion of Spanish I and II with a grade of 80% or above or a significant

More information

Spanish II Instructional Pacing Guide Killeen ISD. Course Goal

Spanish II Instructional Pacing Guide Killeen ISD. Course Goal Spanish II Instructional Pacing Guide 20011-2012 Killeen ISD Course Goal The goal of the Spanish Level II course is to engage students in a novice high-level classroom-learning environment. The focus of

More information

Spanish III Syllabus

Spanish III Syllabus Spanish III Syllabus 2016-2017 Instructor Information: Teacher: Señora A. Barbao Room: Belle Vernon Area High School, Room 307 Contact: Phone: 724-808-2500; ext. 2307 Email: audra.stablein@bellevernonarea.net

More information

Year 7 Programme of Study 2014-2015 Spanish

Year 7 Programme of Study 2014-2015 Spanish Year 7 Programme of Study 2014-2015 Spanish Autumn term Greetings, classroom language, learning the Spanish alphabet Learning to tell the date and say when your birthday is. Talking about school life and

More information

One Stop Shop For Educators

One Stop Shop For Educators Modern Languages Level I Course Description One Stop Shop For Educators The Level I language course focuses on the development of communicative competence in the target language and understanding of the

More information

STANDARDS FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING

STANDARDS FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING Dr. Jorge Alvarez High School Spanish II Syllabus Instructor Name: Rosa Candida Rodriguez Time Frame: 2011 2012 Email: candida.rodriguez@ppsd.org Course Description: Spanish II A course designed for high

More information

Curriculum Framework for Spanish 1

Curriculum Framework for Spanish 1 Curriculum Framework for Spanish 1 School: First State Military Academy Curricular Tool: N/A Course: Level H1/Novice Low-Novice Mid Standards Alignment Unit One: Mucho gusto Timeline : 3 weeks 1.1 Interpersonal

More information