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1 REVISED: August/2006 Program: Adult Literacy/High School Diploma Course of Study: High School Diploma Course: 1:2006 Foreign Language/American Sign Language Foreign Language/Spanish 1B Course Description: This competency-based course emphasizes the receptive communication skills of listening and reading comprehension and the productive language skills of speaking and writing. It emphasizes communication in the foreign language and provides students with an insight into the structure, vocabulary, and history of the language. It also assists students in comparing and understanding the Hispanic cultures and subcultures. This course has been approved to satisfy the e (LOTELanguage Other Than English) subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission. The NCAA has approved this course for use in establishing the initial-eligibility certification status of student-athletes from schools in the Division. Credits: 5 Hours: 60 Prerequisites: Foreign Language/Spanish 1A ( ) or passing of Spanish 1A final exam After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.

2 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Special appreciation is expressed to AHNAL M. CRIEGO DE GAMARRA for writing this course outline. Thanks to BILL HRYCYNA for his revision. Thanks also to CARLYNN HUDDLESTON for editing and preparing this course outline as competency based. MOLLY MILNER Supervisor Adult Academic Instruction WAYNE MORRISON Director Instructional and Counseling Services APPROVED: JAMES A. FIGUEROA Assistant Superintendent Division of Adult and Career Education - 3 -

3 CBE Competency-based Education COMPETENCY-BASED COMPONENTS for the Foreign Language/Spanish 2 Course COMPETENCY AREAS AND STATEMENTS MINIMAL COMPETENCIES A. INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF SPANISH Understand basic aspects of Spanish. (7 hours) 1. Discuss classroom rules. 2. Review classroom expressions. 3. Review instructional phrases. 4. Review classroom vocabulary. 5. Review classroom vocabulary for approval and disapproval phrases. 6. Respond to basic classroom instructions. 7. Respond appropriately to teacher's questions. 8. React to a variety of native Spanish voices. 9. Communicate to others what the students wants them to do or what not to do. 10. Ask and give permission, state commands, and make requests of others. 11. Use the formal and informal command forms. 12. Recognize words similar to English (cognates). 13. Identify geographical areas where Spanish is spoken. B. ORTHOGRAPHY Demonstrate knowledge of punctuation, accent marks, and capitalization. (3 hours) 14. Review rules for accent marks. 15. Use accent marks correctly. 16. Review rules for punctuation. 17. Punctuate phrases and sentences correctly. 18. Capitalize sentences correctly. 19. Review rules for capitalization. C. PHONOLOGY Demonstrate knowledge of consonant sounds, vowel sounds, diphthongs, linking, accentuation, and gender. (3 hours) 20. Review the consonant sounds spelled [b] or [v]. 21. Review the consonant sounds spelled [s] and [z]. 22. Introduce the fricative [d]. 23. Review the trilled [r]. 24. Introduce dipthongs with the previously practiced vowel sounds [ai], [oa], [ie], [ei] and [io]. 25. Compare and contrast linking patterns in English and Spanish. 26. Practice pronounciation of multi-syllable words and know where accentuation is. 27. Review the division of words. 28. Review rules for stress, intonation, and syllabication. 29. Review the usage of gender

4 D. NUMBERS Demonstrate the use of numbers in various situations. (5 hours) 30. Make appointments. 31. Recognize and use numbers in various situations. 32. Practice counting. 33. Talk about the time of events. 34. Use time expressions. 35. Memorize the cardinal numbers Use terms for referring to the date. E. COMMON EXPRESSIONS Demonstrate and practice forms of social amenities with common expressions. (7 hours) 37. Review appropriate gestures, voice tones, facial expressions, and body language typical of speakers of the Spanish language. 38. Review basic formal and informal forms of greetings and salutations. 39. Review taking leave of each other. 40. Review expressing likes, dislikes, feelings of hunger, thirst and fear. 41. Discuss weather conditions. 42. Discuss climate and seasons in Latin America. 43. Compare climates. 44. Review temperature equivalents in Celsius and Fahrenheit. 45. Describe common articles of clothing. 46. Talk about careers and vocational classes. 47. Discuss the custom of bargaining. F. CULTURE Understand basic aspects of Hispanic culture (12 hours) 48. Identify self-descriptors. 49. Use expressions of courtesy. 50. Compliment associates in various ways. 51. Practice proverbs and sayings. 52. Compare the Spanish cultural values to American values. 53. Contrast the mode of mourning and remembering the dead in the Hispanic culture with the American culture. 54. Describe traditional and contemporary customs associated with marriage. 55. Identify major traditions. 56. Discuss daily activities including meal and work schedules. 57. Talk about vacations. 58. Discuss recreational activities. 59. Identify typical hispanic sports and diversions (e.g., soccer, jai alai, salsa). 60. Talk about leisure time, activities and amusements. 61. Describe how to obtain personal services (eg. hairdresser) and repairs. 62. Discuss types of specialty shops. 63. Explain the lottery. 64. Learn about popular foods. 65. Compare types of foods. 66. Recognize the procedures for dining out. 67. Describe the treatment of waiters in various countries. 68. Practice ordering in restaurants. 69. Recognize the difference in table settings

5 G. PRONOUNS, NOUNS, NOUN MARKERS, AND MISCELLANEOUS FORMS Demonstrate the proper usage of pronouns, nouns, noun markers, and miscellaneous forms. (6 hours) 70. Identify and use the subject pronoun. 71. Use and distinguish situations for "tu" vs. "usted", and discuss the use of "vosotros" in place of "ustedes" in Spain. 72. Demonstrate use of the pronoun with the agreement of verbs. 73. Demonstrate use and conceptual understanding of the prepositional pronoun. 74. Review direct and indirect object pronouns in sequence. 75. Practice demonstrative pronouns. 76. Use reflexive pronouns. 77. Use the reflexive to express the passive voice. 78. Practice the placement of reflexive and object pronouns with the present participle. 79. Demonstrate the proper formation of adverbs. 80. Use negative sentences. 81. Use the adverbs of time. 82. Use the comparative adverbs [mejor] and [peor]. 83. Demonstrate the usage of comparison. 84. Discuss possessive adjectives. 85. Practice the demonstrative adjective. 86. Demonstrate the usage of gender. 87. Demonstrate the ability to form plurals. 88. Demonstrate the ability to use the indefinite articles. 89. Demonstrate the ability to use definite articles. 90. Demonstrate the ability to use the possessive. 91. Demonstrate the ability to use demonstrative. 92. Demonstrate the ability to use theinterrogative 93. Demonstrate the use of prepositions. 94. Use the conjunctions [pero], [y], [que] and [sino]. H. VERB FORMS Demonstrate the ability to properly use various verb forms. 95. Conjugate stem changing verbs [e] to [ie]. 96. Conjugate stem changing verbs [o] to [ue]. 97. Use the stem changing verb [sentir]. 98. Use the present progressive tense. 99. State the things you are doing, ought to do; and obliged to do; want to do, and intend to do Conjugate regular verbs in the preterite tense Practice some regular verbs in the preterite tense Practice some irregular verbs in the preterite tense Practice some verbs with a different meaning in the preterite tense Practice the preterite of [ir] and [ser] Learn to state preferences and dislikes Practice using the familiar command forms Use the preterite of stem changing verbs Use informal command forms Practice the negative imperative of [tu] Use the placements of the complements of the imperative Use the subjunctive in noun phrases Practice regular verbs in the imperfect Practice irregular verbs in the imperfect Compare the difference between the preterite and the imperfect Practice the use of the past progressive with the imperfect of [estar]

6 (14 hours) 116. Use the special rules for [ser], [ir] and [venir] Explain the rules for verbs that change meanings in the past and the imperfect. [poder], [querer], [conocer], and [saber] Use [conocer] and [saber] in the imperfect and the preterite Practice regular verbs in the future Use irregular verbs in the future Use the future to express probability [tener] or [estar] Use the present tense with future meaning Practice the subjunctive Use expressions with [tener] and [venir] Use [tener que] plus infinitive Use expressions with [hacer] Distinguish the use of the verbs [ser] and [estar] Use the present tense of the verb [estar] Conjugate the verb [ser] Distinguish the use of [conocer] vs. [saber] Distinguish the use of the verbs [pedir] and [preguntar] Use the [-go] irregular verbs [hacer], [poner], and [salir]

7 SUGGESTED INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS AND OTHER RESOURCES TEXTBOOKS Reynolds, Rodriguez, and Schonfeld. Voces y Vistas. Scott Foresman, Wald. Spanish is Fun, Book A. Amsco, MULTIMEDIA Valette and Valette. Spanish for Mastery: Adelante. (Video Program) Heath, Wald. Spanish is Fun, Book A. Amsco, RESOURCE PERSON Subject area supervisor - 8 -

8 INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES AND EVALUATION METHODS AND PROCEDURES Eclectic in approach, oriented toward the development of communicative competence. Development of listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing skills using class, group, and/or individual activities. EVALUATION On going assessment, formal and informal. Tests of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Teacher developed tests of listening, speaking, reading and writing. (Note: Teacher made tests may be developed using the competencies). Statement for Civil Rights All educational and vocational opportunities are offered without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, or handicap

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