Articulation Template MS Spanish
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VOCABULARYGreetings and salutations, useful classroom phrases, emotions and states of being, colors, body parts, adjectives, Project: Mi Monstruo Tiene...Days of the week, months of the year, seasons, weather, numbers 0-100, animals, Spanish-speaking countries and capitals, Project: Weather ForecastSTUDENTS SPEND TWO QUARTERS IN SPANISH AND TWO QUARTERS IN FRENCH. THEREFORE, PLEASE SEE 1ST AND 2ND QUARTERS. STUDENTS SPEND TWO QUARTERS IN SPANISH AND TWO QUARTERS IN FRENCH. THEREFORE, PLEASE SEE 1ST AND 2ND QUARTERS. VOCABULARYExtension of learned vocabulary from 5th grade and FLESPrepositions of location, time-related words (noon, half-past, etc.)Possessive adjectives, numbers 100-1,000,000, interrogative words, school-related words (classes, supplies, etc.)Family, tener expressions, descriptive adjectives, nationalities, house-related words (rooms, furniture, etc.), occupationsVOCABULARYPastimes, sports, and names of places in the city, summer camp website projectTravel, weather, vacation, and ordinal numbers, travel agency projectVocabulary will be contextualized to meet project requirements, interview projectClothing, expressing preferences, project comparing Farragut Middle School to another school in a Spanish-speaking countryVOCABULARYMovies, televison, Daily Routine, Personal Hygiene, Time expressions.Food and restaurant Parties and Celebrations. Personal relationships. Stages of Life
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GRAMMARCognates, the verb "estar," gender of nouns, adjective-noun agreement, plurality Capitalization of days and months, format for expressing the dateSEE ABOVESEE ABOVEGRAMMARIndefinite and definite articles, plurality continued, gender of nouns continued, Subject pronounsInfinitives, present tense of regular ar/er/ir verbs, present tense of "ser" and its uses, telling time, forming negative sentencesPresent tense of "estar" and its uses, ser vs. estar, verbs like "gustar"Present tense of "tener" and "venir," other "yo-->go" verbs, forming questions, ordinal numbers, de+el --> del, a+el --> alGRAMMARDeber+infinitive (should do something),tener+que+infinitive (have to do something), ir+a+infinitive (immediate future), stem-changing verbs, using al and a la with the verb ir (to go), verbs with irregular yo forms in the present tenseDeepened understanding of ser and estar, noun/adjective/verb agreement, present progressive, preterite/past tense, acabar+de+infinitive(to have just done something)Direct and indirect object pronouns, saber and conocer, personal a, deepended understanding of the preterite tense, introduction of the imperfect tense (not part of final exam)Object of a preposition versus indirect and direct objects, demonstrative nouns and adjectivesGRAMMARStem-changing verbs in the present tense. Regular preterite tense conjugation. SER and IR in the preterite. Verbs like gustarReflexive verbs in the present and preterite tenses.Indefinite and negative words.Preterite stem-changing verbs. Double object pronouns. Comparisons of equality and inequality. Irregular preterites. Varbs that change meaning in the preterite tense. ¿Qué? vs.¿cuál? Pronouns after prepositions.
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CULTUREDía de los muertos, personal space, ways to greet one another (handshakes, kisses, etc.) Seasonal differences in the Northern and Southern hemispheres, Fahrenheit <--> Celsius, geography of Spain and Latin American, format of calendar (begins w/ Monday) SEE ABOVESEE ABOVE with the addition of Cinco de mayo CULTUREEl día de independencia mexicana, demographic and cultural informaton about Hispanics in the US and Canada, extension of greetings24-hour clock, geography and culture of SpainSchedule and structure of school day, school systems, uniformsFamily structure and living arrangements, importance of "el patio" and "el centro," surnames, Spain's royal familyCULTUREWhy is it important to learn Spanish? Soccer rivalries and sports related terms, Lionel Messi and Lorena Ochoa, baseball in the Carribean, geography and culture of MexicoGeography, history, and culture of Puerto Rico, Iguazú FallsInterview project- students delve deeper into the life of an influential native Spanish speaker and their impact on societyOpen-air markets, fashion of Carolina Herrera and other Hispanic designers, cultural, geographic, and historical information about CubaCULTURETelenovelas and other Spanish-speaking televison programsLa Siesta and Special customs.Students explore the cuisine of a Spanish-speaking country by creating a food truck.Special celebrations: quinceañera, día de los muertos, International Music Festival.
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