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1 World Language Department at Northgate High The study of languages and cultures is for all students. Goals for the WL Department: a. To develop high levels of proficiency in several of the world's languages and cultures. b. To move beyond traditional approaches in which students learn about languages and cultures. c. To provide opportunities for students to learn languages for real-world purposes in culturally-appropriate ways. KNOWS AND DOS Spanish III Students in Spanish III, French III, German III and Mandarin III should. Use and understand learned expressions, sentences, and strings of sentences, questions, and polite commands when speaking and listening; School-Wide Goals Generalize and apply information. 2. Write letters and short guided compositions. Find information and use it effectively. 3. communicate effectively with some pattern of error, which may interfere slightly with full comprehension Practice regularly for fluency and efficiency Level 3 at Northgate High is the equivalent to Stage II in the 2009 World Languages Content Standards for California Public School. Based on those, the students can perform the knows/do in the following content : 2.0 Students acquire information, recognize distinctive viewpoints, and further their knowledge of other disciplines. 2. Students address topics related to self and the immediate environment, including: a. Social relationships b. People in the community c. Zoo and farm animals, fables d. Care of the home, interacting with people in the community e. Holiday customs and transition points in life f. Climate g. Cultural and leisure-time activities, outdoor, recreational activities, music h. Transportation, lodging, itineraries, geographic features and landmarks i. Curricular and extracurricular interests and events j. Significant historical figures k. Professions and the working world l. Cuisine and recipes m. Clothing and fashion n. Health, medical care o. Technological advances and innovation

2 Pacing Calendar Northgate High School Spanish III Taken from Mount Diablo Unified School District

3 Para Empezar (08/22 09/2) (5 days). Tu vida diaria Repaso: daily routines; school life; leisure activities; present tense ; reflexive 2. Días especiales Repaso: weekend activities; celebrations; special events; like gustar; possessive adjectives Tu vida diaria PE Talk about daily routines and pastimes Verbos irregulares PE Describe using that are irregular in the first person Verbos irregulares PE Practicing daily routine vocabulary Presente de los verbos PE Communicate using with stem changes in con cambio de raíz the present tense Reflexive PE Express what people do to or for themselves Días especiales PE 2 Talk about special events and activities Celebrations PE 2 Using vocabulary related to celebrations and special events Verbs like gustar PE 2 Using indirect object pronouns using encantar, gustar, importar & interesar Verbs like gustar PE 2 Expressing likes and dislikes using IOP Possessive adjectives PE 2 Practicing possessive adjectives Possessive adjectives PE 2 Communicate using possessive adjectives Possessive adjectives PE 2 Writing about their vacations Assessment PE 2 Quiz/tests/projects 3 Chapter st part (09/3 09/30) (4 days) Vocabulary: hiking objects, activities, and perils; weather Grammar: (Repaso) preterite with the spelling change i y; (Repaso) preterite of irregular ; (Repaso) preterite of with the spelling change e i and o u Preterite AVSR Communicate in the past practicing regular preterite verb forms Preterite car, gar, zar AVSR Communicate in the past practicing regular preterite verb forms ending in car, gar & zar Vocabulary Hiking Understand information about camping Vocabulary Natural Demonstrating comprehension of a story enviroment Vocabulary Camping Communicate about camping equipment and activities & weather Preterite with the Understanding the change i y in the él/ella/ud. spelling change i y and ellos/ellas/uds. Preterite with the Listening and writing using with the spelling spelling change i y change i y Assessment Quiz/test/projects Preterite of irregular Differentiate between regular & irregular Preterite of irregular Writing preterite verb forms Preterite of irregular Asking and answering questions in preterite preterite of spelling Understand stem change change e i and o u preterite of spelling Speak using preterite forms with spelling change e i and o u changes Assessment Quiz/test/projects

4 Chapter 2 nd part (0/03 0/24) (5 days) Vocabulary: getting ready for an athletic or academic competition; emotional responses to competition; awards and ceremonies Grammar: (Repaso) the ; uses of the Vocabulary Athletic 2 Understand information about athletic events events Vocabulary 2 Communicate about competitions Competitions Vocabulary goals 2 React to the outcome of a special event Assessment 2 Quiz/tests/projects The 2 Understand habitual actions in the past The 2 Using through reading and discussion The 2 Using irregular forms of The 2 Communicate using the verb form in context Assessment 2 Quiz/test/projects Uses of the 2 Understand other 3 uses of the Uses of the 2 Communicate leisure activities in the Uses of the 2 Writing to demonstrate comprehension in the use of the Uses of the 2 Combine vocabulary and tense Uses of the 2 Complete a story in the Assessment 2 Quiz/test/projects Chapter 2 st part (0/25 /4) (4 days) Vocabulary: describing art and sculpture; tools for painting; describing what influences art Grammar: (Repaso) the preterite vs. the ; estar + participle Adjectives AVSR Reviewing adjective agreement Comparison AVSR Reviewing noun comparisons Vocabulary art 2 Understand information about different types of art Vocabulary art materials 2 Demonstrating comprehension of reading materials using vocab. Vocabulary art forms 2 Talk about art forms & supplies Assessment 2 Quiz/test/project The preterite vs. the 2 Understand the difference between preterite and The preterite vs. the 2 Practicing using preterite and tenses The preterite vs. the 2 Using preterite/ in guided conversation The preterite vs. the 2 Communicating in preterite vs. Estar + participle 2 Understand participles Estar + participle 2 Understand listening comprehension Estar + participle 2 Communicate conditions result of a previous action Assessment 2 Quiz/test/projects

5 Chapter 2 2 nd part (/5 2/09) (4 days) Vocabulary: musical instruments; describing dance; describing drama Grammar: (Repaso) ser and estar; with special meanings in the preterite vs. the Vocabulary Music/drama 2 2 Understanding vocabulary about music and drama Vocabulary art reviews 2 2 Listen to vocabulary related to art Vocabulary 2 2 Express opinion about a dance, music or theater performance Assessment 2 2 Quiz/tests/projects Ser and estar 2 2 Understand the difference between ser vs. estar Ser and estar 2 2 Using ser/estar in the preterite form Ser and estar 2 2 Listening for and using forms of ser/estar Ser and estar 2 2 Communicate using ser/estar in the preterite Assessment 2 2 Quiz/test/projects with special 2 2 Understand difference between preterite and meanings in the pret/imp in some with special 2 2 Use and understand saber, conocer, querer, no meanings in the pret/imp querer y poder in pret/imp with special 2 2 Practicing whose meanings change meanings in the pret/imp depending on tense with special 2 2 Combining skills to write a review meanings in the pret/imp Assessment 2 2 Quiz/test/projects Chapter 3 st part (2/2 0/3) (4 days) Vocabulary: nutrition; illnesses and pains; medicine; habits for good health Grammar: (Repaso) affirmative tú commands; (Repaso) affirmative and negatives commands with Ud. and Uds. Direct objects pronouns AVSR Review and use DOP Indirect objects pronouns AVSR Review and use IOP Vocabulary nutrition 3 Understand symptoms and remedies Vocabulary illnesses and 3 Demonstrating understanding of illnesses pains Vocabulary habits for 3 Discuss eating habits good health Assessment 3 Quiz/test/project Affirmative tú commands 3 Understand the imperative mood Affirmative tú commands 3 Understand irregular commands Negative tú commands 3 Understand how to drop the o from present Negative tú commands 3 Use and understand negative tú commands Assessment 3 Quiz/test/project Affirmative and negatives 3 Reading and writing about what objects belong to commands with Ud. & Uds. whom Affirmative and negatives 3 Speaking about to whom the items you are commands with Ud. & Uds. wearing belong Assessment 3 Quiz/test/projects REVIEW FIRST SEMESTER (/7/7)

6 3B (0/23 02/09) (4 days) Vocabulary: exercises; getting and staying in shape; health advice Grammar: The subjunctive: regular ; The subjunctive: irregular ; The subjunctive with stem changing ar and er Vocabulary Physical 3 B Understand some ideas and familiar details fitness equipment about physical fitness Vocabulary exercises 3 B Ask/tell about different exercises Vocabulary Advices 3 B Practicing vocabulary and giving advices without using subjunctive yet. Assessment 3 B Quiz/tests/projects The subjunctive: regular 3 B Understand that Spanish uses the subjunctive mood more than English The subjunctive: regular 3 B Conjugate in the subjunctive mood The subjunctive: regular 3 B Using subjunctive in a guided conversation The subjunctive: irregular 3 B Conjugate dar, estar, haber, ir, saber & ser The subjunctive: irregular 3 B Communicate using new vocab and subjunctive The subjunctive with stem 3 B Understand ar & er changing in the changing ar and er subjunctive The subjunctive with stem 3 B Speaking about exercise using ar & er in changing ar and er the subjunctive Assessment 3 B Quiz/test/projects 4A (02/0 03/08) (6 days) Vocabulary: personality traits; interpersonal behavior; friendship Grammar: The subjunctive with of emotion; The uses of por and para Reflexives AVSR Understand other uses of reflexive Reciprocal actions AVSR Understand the use of reflexive in reciprocal actions Vocabulary Personality 4 A Express how you relate to friends and family traits Vocabulary Interpersonal 4 A Explain what is needed to maintain friendship behavior Vocabulary Friendship 4 A Distinguish between positive and negative personal qualities Assessment 4 A Test/quiz/project Subjuntive emotion 4 A Understand impersonal expressions Subjuntive emotion 4 A Practicing the subjunctive Subjuntive emotion 4 A Use of subjunctive in impersonal phrases Subjuntive emotion 4 A Using subjunctive and infinitive in conversations Assessment 4 A Quiz/test/project The uses of por and para 4 A Understanding prepositions The uses of por and para 4 A Understanding the different uses of por/para The uses of por and para 4 A Communicating using por and para The uses of por and para 4 A Assessment 4 A Quiz/test/projects

7 4B (03/09 03/29) (5 days) Vocabulary: expressing and resolving interpersonal problems; interpersonal relationships Grammar: commands with nosotros; possessive pronouns Vocabulary Conflicts 4 B Understand information about conflicts Vocabulary friends 4 B Communicate about friendship Vocabulary relationship 4 B Describe conflicts and how to describe them Assessment 4 B Quiz/tests/projects Commands with nosotros 4 B Understand commands in Spanish Commands with nosotros 4 B Understand vamos a + infinitive Commands with nosotros 4 B Guided conversations with nosotros commands Commands with nosotros 4 B Practicing nosotros commands with new vocab Commands with nosotros 4 B Communicate using commands with nosotros Assessment 4 B Quiz/test/projects Possessive pronouns 4 B Practicing possessive pronouns Possessive pronouns 4 B Writing using possessive pronouns Possessive pronouns 4 B Practicing possessive pronouns Possessive pronouns 4 B Communicate using possessive pronouns Assessment 4 B Quiz/test/projects 5A (03/30 04/25) (3 days) Vocabulary: after school work; describing a job; Grammar: (Repaso) the present perfect; the pluperfect Present participle AVSR Review present participles Pronoun placement AVSR Review pronoun placement Vocabulary getting a job 5 A Understand information about getting a job Vocabulary skills to 5 A Describe the abilities and skills needed to perform a job perform a job Assessment 5 A Quiz/test/project The present perfect 5 A Practicing the present perfect through questions The present perfect 5 A Writing about jobs using present perfect The present perfect 5 A Use present perfect in guided conversations Assessment 5 A Quiz/test/project The pluperfect 5 A Understand an action before another in the past The pluperfect 5 A Practicing formation of pluperfect tense The pluperfect 5 A Use new vocabulary & pluperfect Assessment 5 A Quiz/test/projects

8 5B (04/26 05/5) (4 days) Vocabulary: volunteer activities; the benefits and importance of volunteer work Grammar: the present perfect subjunctive; demonstrative adjectives and pronouns Vocabulary volunteer 5 B Understand some ideas and familiar details work about volunteer work Vocabulary helping 5 B Communicate about helping the community Vocabulary Family 5 B Explain how can you help your community Assessment 5 B Quiz/tests/projects Present perfect subjunctive 5 B Understand actions that happened before another action in the past Present perfect subjunctive 5 B Using impersonal expressions + present perfect Present perfect subjunctive 5 B Using present perfect subjunctive in conversations Present perfect subjunctive 5 B Practicing the present perfect subjunctive with new vocabulary Present perfect subjunctive 5 B Communicating in present perfect subjunctive Assessment 5 B Quiz/tests/projects Demonstrative adjectives 5 B Review demonstrative adjectives and pronouns and pronouns Demonstrative adjectives 5 B Describing how to point out people or things that and pronouns are nearby and further away. Demonstrative adjectives 5 B Use demonstratives with new vocab in guided and pronouns conversations Assessment 5 B Quiz/test/projects 6A (05/6 06/02) (3 days) Vocabulary: jobs and professions; qualities of a good employee Grammar: The future; the future of probability Saber & conocer AVSR Knowing the difference between saber/conocer The impersonal se AVSR Reviewing impersonal constructions Vocabulary Careers 6 A Understand information about careers Vocabulary future 6 A Discuss different professions relationships Assessment 6 A Test/quiz/projects The future 6 A Understand how to express the future The future 6 A Practicing the future in guided conversations The future 6 A Writing and talking about relationships in the future Assessment 6 A Quiz/test/project Future of probability 6 A Understanding equivalence to other expressions in English (ex. I wonder) Future of probability 6 A Practicing the future tense to express uncertainty Assessment 6 A Quiz/test/projects REVIEW SECOND SEMESTER (06/2 06/3)

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