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Spanish 1

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Length:  37 weeks
Content-type: Text and Audio-based
Age/Grade: 9th – 12th Grades
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How to Use This Course

This high school Spanish course includes thirty-seven lessons plus quizzes and exams. It covers a large amount of vocabulary and conversational phrases, indefinite articles, and verb conjugation. Audio files are included to teach correct pronunciation, and answer keys for all worksheets, quizzes, and exams are also included.

Please note: There are generally two types of Spanish spoken, Latin American Spanish, which is spoken in Mexico and Latin America, and Castilian (Old World) Spanish, spoken primarily in Spain. The difference is similar to the difference between American English and British English. The Spanish taught in this course is Latin American Spanish. 

Course Introduction

¡Hola y bienvenidos! Hello and welcome! Me llamo señorita Reeves, and I am so excited that you have chosen to join me for a fun year of learning Spanish and earning a high school credit for your foreign language requirement! These lessons are designed to give you a week to work on memorizing the vocabulary and grasping the concepts before assessing your newly found skills on Friday or near the end of the week. Make sure you spend extra time memorizing vocabulary outside of the practice assignments. Learning a language is a skill that builds upon itself . . . You’ll want to make sure that you know the vocabulary and understand the grammar concepts before moving on to the next lesson!

¡Buena suerte y que lo pases muy bien! Good luck and have so much fun!

Downloadable weekly lessons with written assignments and audio instruction.

Introduction

Section 1 “Greetings and Introductions”

Lesson 1: Greetings, Introductions, and Farewells
Lesson 2: ABCs, Vowels, and Consonants
Lesson 3: Formal vs. Informal
Exam

Section 2 “Spanish Interrogatives”

Lesson 4: Introducing Spanish Question Words
Lesson 5: España

Section 3 Part 1 “Nouns and Genders”

Lesson 6: Definite Articles and Gender Rules in Spanish Grammar
Lesson 7: Making Nouns Plural in Spanish: Grammar Rules
Lesson 8: Parts of the Body
Lesson 9: Hay: Saying How Much and How Many in Spanish

Section 3 Part 2

Lesson 10: El Caribe
Lesson 11: Household Items Indefinite Articles (Un, Una, Unos, Unas)
Exam

Section 4 “Time”

Lesson 12: Days of the Week and Months of the Year
Lesson 13: Mexico
Lesson 14: Weather and Seasons
Lesson 15: Talking About Days and Dates in Spanish
Exam

Section 5 “Likes and Dislikes”

Lesson 16: Spanish Verbs for Activities
Lesson 17: Using Gustar and Nouns; Fruits and Vegetables
Lesson 18: América Central

Section 6 “Describing People in Spanish”

Lesson 19: Personality Traits
Lesson 20: Physical Traits
Lesson 21: Subject Pronouns
Lesson 22: Vosotros vs. Ustedes
Lesson 23: América del Sur
Lesson 24: Ser: Definition and Present Tense Conjugation
Lesson 25: Adjective Agreement
Exam

Section 7 “Spanish Numbers”

Lesson 26: Counting to 100 in Spanish
Lesson 27: Telling Time
Lesson 28: What Time? vs. “At What Time” in Spanish
Lesson 29: Estados Unidos

Section 8 “Present Tense Verb Conjugation”

Lesson 30: AR Verb Conjugation
Lesson 31: ER Verb Conjugation
Lesson 32: IR Verb Conjugation
Exam

Section 9 “Discussing the Past: Preterite”

Lesson 33: AR Verbs
Lesson 34: ER Verbs
Lesson 35: IR Verbs
Lesson 36: IR + A + Infinitive
Final Exam

Students who complete all material, quizzes, and tests may earn one full academic credit. As always, please check your own state’s academic requirements.

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