• Schedule

     

     

    1st Period 9:00-9:50 SPA PAP II

    2nd Period 9:55-10:50 CONFERENCE

    3rd Period 10:55- 11:45 SPA PAP II

    4th Period 11:50 -12:40 SPA AP V 

    12:45 -1:35 LUNCH TIME

    5th Period 1:40- 2:30 SPA AP IV

    6th Period 2:35- 3:25 SPA PAP II

    7th Period 3:30- 4:20 SPA PAP II 

     

  • FIRST NINE WEEKS LEARNING FOCUS

    Students will start the year at a Novice Mid-Novice High Proficiency level

    • Novice Mid students express meaning in highly predictable contexts through the use of memorized and recalled words and phrases. They are best able to understand aural cognates, borrowed words, and high-frequency, highly contextualized words and phrases with repetition. Novice Mid students may be difficult to understand by the most sympathetic listeners and readers accustomed to dealing with language learners. Novice Mid students are inconsistently successful when performing Novice-level tasks.

     

    • Novice High students express meaning In simple, predictable contexts through the use of learned and recombined phrases and short sentences. They are best able to understand sentence-length information within highly contextualized situations and sources. Novice High students may generally be understood by sympathetic listeners and readers accustomed to dealing with language learners. Novice High students are consistently successful when performing Novice-level tasks. Novice High students show evidence of Intermediate low proficiency but lack consistency.

     

                 Vocabulary Focus: 

                                     Saying who you are – personality characteristics

                                      Daily activities and food

                                      Places in school and around town

                                      Saying how you feel

                                      Daily routine

                                      Making Plans

     

                Grammar Focus: 

                                   Definite and indefinite articles

                                   Subject Pronouns

                                   Ser and Estar

                                  Adjective Agreement

                                  Verbs tener  & gustar

                                  Ir +a + place

                                 Regular Present Tense Verbs