Spanish 4.2 is a course designed to teach Spanish on an Intermediate Low to Medium level. Spanish information and directions form much of the course.
By the end of this course, students will be able to speak a variety of uncomplicated communicative tasks, and include personal details, responding to direct questions or requests, and ask simple questions to provide personal needs. Using the language alphabet, they can write familiar short simple communications, compositions, or requests that are loosely connected. Students may reference a variety of tense, but write primarily in present tense with basic sentence organization. Students will listen for contextual words and can comprehend one sentence construction with comprehension with some understanding of oral content from advanced speakers, practice reading short connected texts and derive some meaning from descriptive and narrative topics.
Content in the course includes global challenges, science and technology, contemporary life, personal and public identities, families and communities, and conceptions of beauty and aesthetics. Students study present indicative and subjunctive tense, preterite, reflexive verbs, adjectives, and focus on integrating vocabulary used in other courses.
Expectations for the student include completing writing and speaking assessments using video, active engagement in their own learning, practicing vocabulary over time, comprehending grammar patterns, using various forms of verbs, participating in simple conversations and speaking prompts, analyzing and comparing cultural products, practices and perspectives between Spanish speakers and Americans.
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This online course requires a Web browser capable of running the Adobe Flash Player plug-in 10.1+. Required course elements will not run on mobile devices, including iPads, that do not support Adobe Flash.
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Unit 9: Art and Architecture
Unit 10: Computers and Technology
Unit 11: The Press and Television
Unit 12: Health
Midterm Review and Test
Unit 13: Nature and Pollution
Unit 14: The Educational System
Unit 15: Immigration
Unit 16: Preparing for the Future