Spanish IICURRICULUM: Unit and/or Theme: Vamos a salir ( If you wish, Unit # ___7_) Time Allocation: @3-4 weeks WHAT STUDENTS KNOW AND WHAT STUDENTS SHOULD BE ABLE TO DO F W R O A R M K E S STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Using sentences, strings of sentences and recombination of learned words, phrases, and expressions with frequency of errors proportionate to the complexity of the communicative task, the student will: 2.1 2.2 2.3 3.1 3.3 3.5 3.6 4.1 7.1 8.1 Follow directions Understand some ideas and familiar details Obtain information and knowledge Express opinions and ideas Express agreement and disagreement Write lists and short notes Present information in a brief report Use appropriate words, phrases, expressions and gestures to get someone’s attention, accept and refuse invitations, express regret, obligation, intentions and interrupt politely. Obtain information and knowledge related to other disciplines from sources in the target language. Apply knowledge of the target language and culture beyond the classroom setting. HOW DO WE KNOW THAT STUDENTS HAVE MET THE OUTCOME(S) ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES & ACTIVITIES HOW DO STUDENTS LEARN THE DESIRED OUTCOME(S) ? INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES USE THIS IN ANY WAY THAT MEETS YOUR NEEDS COURSE CONTENT Lecture and discussion of text. Verb poder,present tense Verb salir,present tense Verb declir,present tense Verb saber,present tense Verb conocer, present tense ir +a + infinitive constructio n adjective phrases and the deletion of nouns RESOURCES AND MATERIALS The student will: In oral and written Spanish, correctly accept and refuse invitations express regret express obligation express opinions make suggestions Students will use all of targeted present tense verb forms correctly recognize direct objects utilize the personal A demonstrate an understanding of where Spanish speaking youths go for fun and what they do while out Guided practice through songs and games such as charades and Pictionary Teacher prepared activities and vocabulary quizzes Unit tests Pictionary Songs Teacher prepared activities and quizzes Text book direct objects and the personal A leisure activities in Spanish speaking countries types of films *These headings will not be included in a formal curriculum document. They have been used here to suggest a framework for what curriculum explains.