Curriculum Map Department of World Languages – San Pedro HS

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Curriculum Map
August
Essential
Questions
Content
Skills
Department of World Languages – San Pedro HS – Italian 1a
September
October
November
December
 Do students understand
why they are learning a
foreign language?
 Can students learns and
retain essential vocabulary?
 Can students hear the
sounds of Italian alphabet
sounds?
 Do students understand
why they are learning a
foreign language?
 Can students adjust study
skills to match their needs?
 Can students understand
standard grammatical
structures?
 Do students understand
why they are learning a
foreign language?
 Can students transfer
knowledge from one
language to another?
 Can students use common
graphic organizers to help
them master concepts?
 Do students understand
why they are learning a
foreign language?
 Can students connect
their foreign language
knowledge to other
subjects?
 Can students follow
directions?
 Do students understand
why they are learning a
foreign language?
 Can students divide
work to complete a group
project?
 Can students
accurately present
research in Italian?
 Alphabet sounds
 Greetings formal and
informal
 Cultural difference
represented by forms of
address
 Italian names
 Compare Italian sounds to
English
 Italian Geography
 Essential vocabulary for
geography
 Recognizing cognates
 Numbers from 1- 100
 personal subject pronouns
 What is the present tense in
English?
 Present tense of the verbs
avere and Essere
 Gender of nouns
 Do English words have
gender? Examples
 the definite and indefinite
articles article in Italian
 How do we form the plural
in English?
 formation of the plural in
Italian
 Reading about the city of
Rome
 Telling time
 School subjects and
schedules
 plural of nouns continued
 What is an adjective in
English?
 What is a possessive
adjective?
 possessive adjectives in
Italian
 continuation of alphabet
sounds
 Exploring the city of
Bologna
 Read about Italian school
system
 What is an idiom in
English?
 Idioms with the verb
avere
 Examples of English
present tense
 What is an infinitive?
 Present indicative tense
of ARE verbs
 What is a preposition?
 Simple prepositions in
Italian
 Prepositions + articles
 How to use c’è, ci sono
and ecco
 Comparing Italian bars
to American bars
 Days of the week
 Expressions of time
 Present Indicative of
ERE verbs
 How to form questions
 Present tense of the
irregular verbs dare,
stare and fare.
 Reading about dialects
and accents
 Exploring the island of
Sicily
 Research a city in Italy
and present research to
class
 Read Latin Alphabet
 Ability to repeat sounds
heard
 Understanding of what
cognates are
 strategies for memorizing
vocabulary
 compare and contrast
English sounds to Italian
sounds
 compare and contrast
English spelling to Italian
spelling
 Compare English articles to
Italian
 Compare English plurals to
Italian
 Analyze Understand what
gender is
 Reading comprehension
strategies
 Summarize the text
accurately in good academic
English
 Understand the concept of
possessive adjectives
 Compare and contrast
Italian School system to US
or California – use a double
bubble map and then use the
map to write a short
paragraph as an exit ticket
 Continue practicing
reading comprehension
skills
 Continuing use of double
bubble map and writing
using the double-bubble
 How to follow explicit
direction
 How to complete a rough
draft (brutta copia) of a
simple descriptive
paragraph
 What is a rubric?
 How to read a rubric
 Understand the concept
of regular and irregular
verbs
 Does English have
dialects or accents?
 Understand the
difference between a
dialect and an accent
 Work in a group
 Divide work to
complete project
Assessments  Survey –pre-assess first
essential question
 Daily Homework
 Listen to students dialogue
 Dictation
 Written quizzes
 Play word games
 Exit ticket – double bubble
map
 What did you learn? In
English-in notebook
 Daily homework
 Oral quiz on dialogue
 Dictation
 Written quizzes
 Word games
 Pair share information
 Exit ticket – double bubble
map
 What did you learn? In
English in notebook
 Daily homework
 Listen to student dialogues
 Treasure Hunt quiz
 Written quizzes
 Jeopardy
 Midterm
 Exit ticket – double bubble
map – short paragraph
written from the map
 What did you learn? In
English in notebook
 Rough draft and final
draft of descriptive
paragraph
 Daily homework
 written quizzes
 Exit ticket – double
bubble map – short
paragraph written from
the map
What did you learn? In
English in notebook
 Group Project
Presentation
 Gallery Walk
 Students report on
what they learned from
others projects
 Exit ticket – double
bubble map – short
paragraph written from
the map
 What did you learn? In
English or Italian in
notebook
 Final Exam
Curriculum Map
January
Department of World Languages – San Pedro HS – Italian 1b
February
March
April
May
Essential
Questions
 Do students understand
why they are learning a
foreign language?
 Can students transfer
knowledge to other content
areas?
 Can students articulate
what they have learned
either orally or in writing?
 Do students understand
why they are learning a
foreign language?
 Can students use their new
language in real world
situations?
 Can students use their new
language skills to improve
CST language scores?
 Do students understand
why they are learning a
foreign language?
 Can students reflect on
their study habits to improve
learning
 Can students use
technology to enhance their
Italian skills?
 Do students understand
why they are learning a
foreign language?
 Can students articulate
their challenges in learning
Italian grammar and
vocabulary?
 Can students teach what
they have learned to
others?
 Do students understand
why they are learning a
foreign language?
 Can students evaluate
the class so instructor
can improve instruction/
 Can students retain
what they learn?
Content
 What is an adjective in
English?
 Descriptive adjectives
 Where do adjectives
normally occur in English
 Position of adjectives in a
sentence
 Present Indicative of
regular IRE verbs
 Irregular verbs andare
and venire
 Exploring the region of
Umbria – PowerPoint and
reading
 Political division of the
Italian peninsula
 Understand how word
position can change meaning
 Understand how to use a
3-2-1 graphic organizer to
jigsaw read a long essay
 Continued use of doublebubble map to compare
Italian and American
political divisions (states vs.
regions; counties vs.
provinces)
 How to take Cornell notes
 Seasons of the year
 Expressions of time in the
past
 Past perfect with the
helping verb AVERE
 Past Perfect with the
helping verb ESSERE
 Regular and irregular past
participles
 Irregular verbs: bere, dire
and uscire
 Italian vacation habits
 Food vocabulary
 Numbers to 1 million
 Reflexive verbs
 Informal Imperative
 Use of the partitive DI
 Exploring the region of
Liguria and the city of
Genoa
 Italian’s love of good food
and regional differences
 Extended family
members
 Present tense of the
modal verbs: dovere,
potere, and volere.
 Use of modal verbs
 Direct object pronouns
 Demonstrative adjectives
and pronouns: questo e
quello
 Exploring the city of
Venice
 Review all content from
this semester
 Review the use of the
“Passato Prossimo”
 Review how to
distinguish AVERE
verbs from ESSERE
verbs
 Review vocabulary
 Review all irregular
verbs in present tense
 Review irregular
participles
 Understand what a past
participle is
 Understand the role of a
helping verb
 Understand what a direct
object is
 Continue working on
strategies to memorize
vocabulary
 How to take Cornell notes
 Understand what a
reflexive verb is
 Understand the use of
reflexive pronouns
 Understand what the
partitive is
 Understand the mood of
the verb
 Understand the difference
between the indicative and
the imperative moods
 How to take Cornell notes
 Understand what a
modal verb is and does
 Understand what a direct
object is in English
 Understand what a
demonstrative pronoun
and adjective are in
English
 Continue using reading
comprehension strategies
to read more complex
passages
 How to take Cornell
notes
 Understand how to
review for a final exam
 Understand how to
study for a final exam
 Understand how to
choose a topic for oral
presentation
 Understand how to
employ different
strategies to memorize a
passage
 How to take Cornell
notes
Skills
Assessments  Daily HW
 Written quizzes
 Oral dialogues
 Group discussions
 Peer tutoring
 Journal entry on what was
learned today
 Exit ticket – double bubble
map – short paragraph
written from the map
 What did you learn? In
Italian in notebook
 Daily HW
 Written individual and
group quizzes
 Oral practice and
assessment
 Dictation
 Journal entries
 Exit ticket – double bubble
map – short paragraph
written from the map
 What did you learn? In
Italian in notebook
 Daily HW
 Written individual and
group quizzes
 Written midterm
 Group discussions
 Journal entries
 Exit ticket – double bubble
map – short paragraph
written from the map
 What did you learn? In
Italian in notebook
 Daily HW
 Written group and
individual quizzes
 Oral dialogues
 Group discussions
Journal entries
 Exit ticket – double
bubble map – short
paragraph written from
the map
What did you learn? In
Italian in notebook
 Survey –end of term
assessment of first
essential question
 Exit ticket – double
bubble map – short
paragraph written from
the map
 What did you learn? In
Italian in notebook
 Oral presentation
 Written Final Exam
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