Spanish 3/4 Syllabus - Señora Hache Spanish 1/2 & 3/4

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Welcome to Spanish 3/4 !
Course Description:
Instruction: Mainly in Spanish: Grades 10-12: 2 Semesters
Students will review Spanish I content and expand their language skills in order to communicate and
function at a higher level of fluency. Students will learn more complex grammar concepts and apply these
concepts in higher-level learning activities. Hispanic culture, history, art, and literature will be explored.
Students will begin to speak primarily in Spanish.
(2 semesters, 5 credits per semester)
Academic Standards:
Standard 1
COMMUNICATION: Write and speak in a language other than English
Learners engage in written and spoken conversations on a variety of topics. (Interpersonal)
Standard 2
COMMUNICATION: Interpret information in a language other than English
Learners interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics. (Interpretive)
Standard 3
COMMUNICATION: Present information in a language other than English
Learners present to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics. (Presentational)
Standard 4
CULTURES: Develop awareness of other cultures
Learners examine, experience, and reflect on the relationships among the practices, products,
and perspectives of the cultures studied.
Standard 5
CONNECTIONS: Make connections to other content areas
Learners use the target language to expand their knowledge of and make connections among
multiple content areas.
Standard 6
CONNECTIONS: Access and connect information through various media
Learners strengthen language proficiency and cultural knowledge by using current digital media
and authentic resources.
Standard 7
COMPARISONS: Investigate the nature of language and culture
Learners understand the nature of language and culture through comparisons of the languages
and cultures studied and their own.
Standard 8
COMMUNITIES: Become an active global citizen by experiencing languages and cultures
in multiple settings
Learners use their knowledge of the target language and cultures both within and beyond the
school setting for personal enrichment and civic engagement.
Course Outline:
Unit
Theme
Vocabulary Grammar
Recycling
Review Mis amigos y yo Florida
Saying who
Definite and indefinite
you are;
articles; Subject pronouns
Personality
and ser; Adjectives; The
characteristics; verbtener; The verb
daily activities gustar;Ir + a +
and food;
infinitive; Ser orestar;
Places in
Regular present-tense
school and
verbs; Stem-changing
around town; verbs.
Saying how
you feel; Daily
routine;
Making plans.
Chapter A conocer nuevos lugares! Costa Rica
1
Vamos de Going on a
viaje
trip
Direct object pronouns; Possessions;
Indirect object pronouns. Prepositions
of locations;
Places around
town; Daily
activities.
Cuéntamos On vacation.
de tus
vacaciones.
Preterite of –ar-verbs;
Interrogatives;
Preterite
Food; Days of
of ir, ser,hacer, ver, dar. the tweek;
Parties
Chapter Somos saludables! Argentina
2
La Copa
Mundial
Sports and
Health
Preterite of –er- and –ir- Food; Sports
verbs; Demonstrative
equipment;
adjectives and pronouns. Colors;
Clothing;
Classroom
objects.
Qué vamos Daily routines. Reflexive verbs; Present Pensar; Parts
a hacer?
progressive.
of the body;
Telling time;
Places in
school and
around town.
Chapter Vamos de compras! Puerto Rico
3
¿Cómo me Clothes and
queda?
shopping
Present tense of irregular Gustar;
you verbs; Pronouns after Clothing;
prepositions.
Expressions
of frequency.
¿Filmamos At the market. Irregular preterite;
en el
preterite of –ir- stemmercado?
changing verbs.
Family;
Chores; Food.
Chapter Cultura antigua, ciudad moderna México
4
Una
leyenda
mexicana
Legends and
stories
Imperfect tense; Preterite Expressions
and imperfect.
of frequency;
Weather;
Daily
activities.
México
antique y
moderno
Past and
present
Preterite of –car, -gar, zar verbs; More verbs
with irregular preterite
stems.
Daily
activities;
Arts and
crafts.
Chapter A comer! España
5
Qué rico!
Preparing and Usted/
Staying
describing
ustedescommands;
healthy;
food.
Pronoun placement with Chores.
commands.
Buen
Ordering
provecho! meals in a
restaurant.
Affirmative and negative Prepositions
words; double object
of location;
pronouns.
Pronoun
placement
with
commands.
Chapter ¿Te gusta el cine? Estados Unidos
6
Luces,
cámara,
acción!
Making
movies.
Somos
estrellas!
Invitations to a Present subjunctive
premiere.
with ojalá. More
subjunctive verbs
withojalá.
Soy periodista
Affirmative tú
commands.
Daily
routines;
Telling time.
Spelling
changes in the
preterite;
School
subjects;
Vacation
activities;
Sports.
Nuestro
periódico
escolar
The school
newspaper
Subjunctive with
Present
impersonal
subjunctive;
expressions; Por andpara Events around
town.
Somos
familia
Family and
Comparatives;
relationships. Superlatives.
Chapter
7
Clothing;
Family ;
Classroom
objects.
Chapter Nuestro futuro
8
El mundo The
Other impersonal
de hoy.
environment expressions; future tense
and
of regular verbs.
conservation.
Expressions
of frequency;
Vacation
activities.
En el
futuro
Clothing;
Telling time;
Daily routines
Careers and
professions.
Future tense of irregular
verbs.
 Please note that this syllabus is subject to change. Student progress will be closely monitored and
time adjustments may be needed.
 The initial review and Chapters 1-3 will be covered during the first semester.
 Chapters 4-8 will be covered during the second semester.
Textbook and Workbooks:
¡Avancemos! Level 2
McDougal Littell, 2010
Classzone.com for on-line practice and at home activities
Other Supplies: Pencil; pen; 1½ inch or larger 3-ring binder, notebook paper,
4 Dividers (divider 1- class room notes, divider 2-warm-ups, divider 3 in-class activities,
divider 4-graded work)
Attendance Policy
Please refer to Parent/Student Handbook for School Wide Expectations and
Rules/Procedures.
Note: It is the student’s responsibility to contact the instructor IMMEDIATELY if he/she
will be absent. If a student needs clarification or assistance on any concept taught, he or
she should attend the weekly Study Hall. The parent may also contact the EP.
Grade Determination :
In-Class Assignments/ Participation- 30%
Homework- 30%
Test – 10%
Quizzes- 10%
Projects/Presentations/Web-Quests- 20%
Work submitted late will be reduced 20% for each week it is late!!!!!!!
Instructor Information
Miranda Hamblin
Website: www.mirandahamblin.com
[email protected]
Phone- 619-463-0335
Fax- 619-463-8339
Main Office- 619-463-8811
Office hours- 7:30am-3:30pm
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