SPANISH I SYLLABUS
SPANISH I SYLLABUS
This course is the first in a series of high school Spanish classes. It is important for students to study foreign languages not only because they will be able to communicate with people who speak languages other than English, but also because it is a highly marketable skill in the work force today.
Objectives and Goals
1. Communicate in languages other than English .
2. Gain knowledge and understanding of other cultures .
3. Connect with other disciplines and acquire information .
4. Develop insight into the nature of language and culture
5. Participate in multilingual communities at home and around the world.
Materials Required Daily:
1 Spanish/English - English/Spanish Dictionary,1 Notebook, folders, copy Paper - Pencil – pen – eraser - Pencil sharpener – color pencils , glue, ruler, eraser , scissors, construction paper.
Note: The Spanish Textbook will be provided by the school but the student is responsible for it.
Class Expectations and Responsibilities
Be on time.
Complete all assignments quietly.
Bring all materials.
Keep your workstation clean
Tests/Projects 40% Quizzes 20% Homework 10% Class work 30%
1. Respect yourself and respect others
2. Get to the bathroom before or after class.
3. Be in your seat before the class starts.
4. No food, No drinks, only water. No chewing gum in my class.
5. If you have an absence, you are responsible for obtaining your make-up work.
6. Admit slips are required after any excused or verified absence.
7. If I do not see and sign your admit slip, you will receive a zero for participation for the day(s) you missed.
8. No late work will be accepted without an excused absence.
9. You will have an assigned seat
10. Bullying or any kind of violence act will not be tolerated in class.
Usual Disciplinary Steps
1.Warning 2. Call home 3. referral
Units and topics.
Introduce yourself and others
The alphabet (spelling)
Numbers and operations
Yes or No Questions
Likes and Dislikes
Ir a, Tener que
Ser , Estar, Poder, hacer
( Irregular verbs)
Reflexive verbs SE
Stem Changing verbs
Preterito (Past Tense)