Spanish 2

Course Description: This course is a continuation of the skills mastered in Spanish 1. The aspects of language learning, namely speaking, listening, reading and writing will be stressed. However, a great deal of attention will also be given to grammatical structures of the language. Vocabulary will be presented in thematic grouping. Some of the verbs tenses covered this year will include the preterite, the imperfect, and the future. Some of the grammatical structures which will be presented are direct and double object pronouns, the comparative forms of adjectives and adverbs, possessives, demonstratives, and time expressions.

Announcements:

  • We will begin the school year with a review covering important grammar points covered last school year. Week 1, 2, 3
  • Study for Quiz #1 "ser" and "estar" adjectives, and article. Use the study sheet I gave out in class to help you. Quiz this Thursday September 20th. Buena Suerte!!
  • Quiz #2 Friday October 5th (ar,er,ir verbs and irregular verbs "dar" and "ir")
  • Test Wednesday October 23 on the verb "gustar" and vocabulary words from the chapter. Use the study sheet I gave you with vocabulary phrases to study!
  • Quiz Tuesday November 13, 2018 (vocabulary words chapter 1A)
  • Quiz Friday November 30 ( comparisons) Use study sheet and video that I posted in Google Classroom to help you study!
  • Quiz Thursday December 6 on vocabulary words(Study Sheet is in Google Classroom!!

For the month of October:

Chapter 1 A

Time to be Determined (depending on students abilities.)

Essentials Questions:

How can you describe yourself and others in Spanish?

What is your nationality?

Where are your friends from?

What do you and your friends do in school?

How often do you do these activities?

How can you describe objects and activities in the classroom?

How do we express affirmative and negative ideas in Spanish?

What are the differences between rules and customs in other countries and the US?

Skills:

Students will be able to describe themselves and others.

Students will be able to talk about their background and country.

Students will be able to express what they do after school.

Students will be able to describe activities and objects in the class.

Students will be able to express like and dislikes.

Students will be able to compare rules and costumes in the US to Spanish Speaking countries.

Content:

  • Definite/Indefinite articles
  • Adjectives
  • Adjectives of nationality
  • Classroom Objects
  • Affirmative/negative Ideas
  • Verbs regular/Irregular (ser and estar)
  • Present Tense of regular ar, er, ir verbs.
  • Irregular Yo Form Verbs Tener, Dar, Ir, Hacer, Poner
  • Affirmative/Negative words Example Alguien-Nadie

Vocabulary:

Page 42 in Realidades Book.

Assessment:

Teacher generated test/quiz/project/presentation

Month of October:

Chapter 1 B

Time to be Determined (depending on students abilities.)

Essential Questions:

What do you and your friends do after school/leisure activities.

How do we compare people and objects?

How do we express what we know vs. what we know how to do?

How can you express how long something has been going on for?

Skills:

Students will be able to talk about extracurricular activities.

Students will be able to compare people and objects in Spanish.

Students will be able to express what they know vs. what they know how to do.

Students will be able to express how long something has been going on for.

Content:

  • Vocabulary: After School Activities
  • Tan/Tanto/Tanto que
  • Mas/ Menos/Mas que/ Menos que
  • Verbs: Saber and Conocer
  • Time expressions Hace mas/ Hace mas que

Vocabulary:

Page 68 in Realidades Book.

Assessment:

Teacher generated test/quiz/project/presentation

Chapter 2 A

Time to be Determined (depending on students abilities.)

Essential Questions:

How do you get ready for a special event?

How do you talk about your daily routine?

How do you describe people and things?

How do you express possession?

Skills:

Students will be able to talk about their daily routine.

Students will be able to talk about things you need to get ready.

Students will be able to express possession in Spanish.

Students will be able to describe people and things in Spanish.

Content:

  • Vocabulary: Daily Activities
  • Possessive Adjectives Mío/Tuyo/Suyo/Nuestro/Vuestro/Suyo
  • Reflexive Verbs/Despertarse/Bañarse
  • Verbs: Ser/Estar/Tener
  • Stem Changing o>ue/e>ie/e>ie

Vocabulary:

Page 96 in Realidades Book.

Assessment:

Teacher generated test/quiz/project/presentation


Chapter 2 A

Time to be Determined (depending on students abilities.)

Essential Questions:

How do you get ready for a special event?

How do you talk about your daily routine?

How do you describe people and things?

How do you express possession?

Skills:

Students will be able to talk about their daily routine.

Students will be able to talk about things you need to get ready.

Students will be able to express possession in Spanish.

Students will be able to describe people and things in Spanish.

Content:

  • Vocabulary: Daily Activities
  • Possessive Adjectives Mío/Tuyo/Suyo/Nuestro/Vuestro/Suyo
  • Reflexive Verbs/Despertarse/Bañarse
  • Verbs: Ser/Estar/Tener
  • Stem Changing o>ue/e>ie/e>ie

Vocabulary:

Page 96 in Realidades Book.

Assessment:

Teacher generated test/quiz/project/presentation

For the month of November:

Chapter 2 B

Time to be Determined (depending on students abilities.)

Essential Questions:

How do we describe fashion and clothing?

How do you talk about going shopping?

How do you point out specific objects?

How do you compare similar things?

What is the cultural perspective on parties in Spanish Speaking countries?

Skills:

Students will be able to talk about fashion and clothing.

Students will be able to talk about shopping and buying objects in Spanish.

Students will be able to express possession in Spanish.

Students will be able to understand the cultural perspective in Spanish.

Content:

  • Vocabulary: Shopping
  • Quien, Que, Como
  • La moda
  • Preterite of Regular verbs
  • La última vez y que llevaste
  • Demonstrative Adjectives Este Ese, Aquel,Aquella

Vocabulary:

Page 102 in Realidades Book.

Assessment:

Teacher generated test/quiz/project/presentation