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Kindergarten:
Basic conversation: putting it togetherStudents will be able to respond to the questions "como te llamas?" and "Como estas?" correctly. They should also be able to in turn ask these questions in a conversational manner.(Under 3 ratings)
Como te llamas?The students should repeat the vocabulary on cue, attempting correct pronunciation.(Under 3 ratings)
IntroductionsUnderstand class rules and expectations. Begin to be familiar with attention cue (silencio song) be introduced to being asked and telling ones name.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanIdentify the word "hola" as a way to greet others in Spanish. Meet the Spanish teacher.(Under 3 ratings)
1st Grade:
Lesson 7(Under 3 ratings)
Spelling Words using yStudents will be able to spell words using spelling the pattern.(Under 3 ratings)
2nd Grade:
Learning SpanishTo have the students speaking Spanish fluently by the end of the unit.(Under 3 ratings)
3rd Grade:
About Me (3)Students will give basic information about themselves in Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Colors (3)Students will recognize and use in context the following colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, black, white, brown, gray(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade:
Activities (4) 2 of 6Students will learn how to say whether or not they like doing certain activities.(Under 3 ratings)
Activities (4) 4 of 6Students will learn how to say whether or not they like doing certain activities.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 5 Review TE178-179Students check for understanding of the colonization of the Spanish in California.(Under 3 ratings)
Hispanic Heritage Night (4)Students will research a cultural aspect of the Spanish-speaking country they have been assigned. They will synthesize this research into a project to be presented at Hispanic Heritage Night.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 1 Day 1: A Plan for Alta CaliforniaStudent's identify: Spain's motives for settling up missions in California; understand the challenges encountered by Father Serra and Gaspar de Portola; use reading strategy of of summarizing to order events of building missions in California.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 1: Day 2 The Sacred ExpeditionStudent's identify: Spain's motives for settling up missions in California; understand the challenges encountered by Father Serra and Gaspar de Portola; use reading strategy of of summarizing to order events of building missions in California.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 3-1Students will gain a time reference regarding the sequence of Spanish exploration and settlement of New Mexico.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 3-1Students will gain a time reference regarding the sequence of Spanish exploration and settlement of New Mexico.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 3-2Students will be able to understand the importance of Hernando Cortes, Alvar Nunez, Cabeza de Vaca, Estevanico, and Fray Marcos de Niza in the developing history of New Mexico.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 3-3Students will be able to follow the route of the Spanish explorer Francisco Vasquez de Coronado. Students will understand the importance of his discoveries in the development of New Mexico.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 3-4Students will understand the movement of the Spanish into New Mexico and the development of permanent Spanish settlements. The difference and results between exploration and settlement will be understood.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 3-5Students will examine the causes of the Pueblo Revolt of 1680.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 3-6Students will review and reinforce the material that has been presented through reading and student activities in the chapter title Spanish Explorers and Settlers.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 4-3Students will review and reinforce the material that has been presented through reading and student activities in chapter 4.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanConnecting music and language using Media Literacy Today I Can: relate media literacy to music and Spanish NMS6: Listening to, analyzing and describing music NMS7: Evaluating music and music performances NMS8: Understanding relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.(Under 3 ratings)
New Kinds of Settlements TE176-177Students: Explore the early settlements of Father Serra and Juan Bautista de Anza; Examine the role presidos played at the missions; Recognize the importance of pueblos to the presidios; and use reading strategies of "Sequencing of Events" to organize information.(Under 3 ratings)
¡Feliz Navidad! (4)Students will learn and recite the phrase "Feliz Navidad" and use it in context. Students will use a holiday phrase in Spanish to make a holiday card.(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade:
Basic Spanish Culture - Intro. (5)Students will learn basic elements of Hispanic culture.(Under 3 ratings)
Greetings & Basic Conversation (5) 2 of 4Students will review the question "Como estas" and appropriate ways to answer the question. Additionally, students will learn how to add emphasis to these phrases.(Under 3 ratings)
Greetings & Basic Conversation (5) 3 of 4Students will categorize greeting and basic conversations by whether they would occur at the beginning, middle, or end of a conversation. Additionally, students will practice new vocabulary phrases.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo understand that El Niño is caused by changes in the atmospheric and ocean content.(Under 3 ratings)
Los Paises: Mexico & Spain (5)Students will describe information about Mexico and Spain. Specifically, they will include capital, population, leader, and a brief history of the country. Additionally, they will color the flags of each country and will write a brief summary of Hernan Cortes.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish 5 - Review (1st Semester) 1 of 3This lesson is part of a larger review of concepts from the first semester of fifth grade Spanish. Students will demonstrate the ability to use learned words, phrases, and structures proficiently in Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish 5 - Review (1st Semester) 3 of 3This lesson is part of a larger review of concepts from the first semester of fifth grade Spanish. Students will demonstrate the ability to use learned words, phrases, and structures proficiently in Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spelling Week of 05-04-15I can... - Define words using the final /el/ sound - Match the meanings of words using the final /el/ sound - Identify synonyms and antonyms with words using the final /el/ sound - Recognize Word Associations with words using the final /el/ sound - Use the final /el/ sound in a sentence to show I know what these words mean(Under 3 ratings)
Spelling Week of 11-18-13Students will be able to successfully spell words using the final /el/ sound(Under 3 ratings)
¿Qué tiempo hace? (5)Students will hear and recite the following six weather expressions: hace calor; hace frío; hace sol; hace viento; llueve; nieva.(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade:
Lesson PlanThe students should be able to apply they're learning by greeting one another.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe students should be able to apply they're learning by greeting one another.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to conjugate any regular AR/ER/IR verb in the yo, tu, el, nosotros, and Ustedes forms.(Under 3 ratings)
Malala Y. and Focus on PrepositionsStudents will be able to complete the "See, Think, Wonder" activity connected with Malala and her story by listing the things they see in pictures and videos and an read in an article. They will be able to list the things that they are thinking and be able to ask questions about what they are wondering about Malala and her story.(Under 3 ratings)
Packing our Suitcases - Mexico1. Students will review, or learn, English vocabulary words for clothing. 2. Students will learn, or review, the Spanish vocabulary words for clothing. 3. Students will practice their handwriting using English and Spanish words. 4. Students will learn to follow directions in English for making a project. 5. Students will practice their small motor skills through cutting and pasting. 6. Students will understand the concept of taking a trip. 7. Students will practice their new vocabulary words by working together.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - August 31 to Sep 3 2015Students undertake various tasks to determine their level for Spanish improvement.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - August 31 to Sep 4 2015Students undertake various tasks to determine their level for Spanish improvement.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Nov 12 to Nov 13 2015Students use technology and project based learning in groups and individually to learn/augment Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Nov 30 to Dec 4 2015Students use technology and project based learning in groups and individually to learn/augment Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Nov 6 to 20; 23-25 2015Students use technology and project based learning in groups and individually to learn/augment Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Oct 12 to Oct 16 2015Students use technology and project based learning in groups and individually to learn/augment Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Oct 19 to Oct 23 2015Students use technology and project based learning in groups and individually to learn/augment Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Oct 4 to Oct 6 2015Students use technology and project based learning in groups and individually to learn/augment Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Sep 14 to Sep 18 2015Students use technology and project based learning in groups and individually to learn/augment Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Sep 21 to Sep 25 2015Students use technology and project based learning in groups and individually to learn/augment Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Sep 28 to Oct 2 2015Students use technology and project based learning in groups and individually to learn/augment Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Sep 8 to Sep 11 2015Students undertake various tasks to determine their level for Spanish improvement.(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade:
Lesson PlanIn Spanish,all nouns are masculine and feminine.That is,all nouns have a gender group whether your refer people,places,things or even consepts(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will: produce/recognize terms for family members, pets and relationships; compare family dynamics and traditions in TL culture with student's own; request/provide physical descriptions using appropriate adjectives; produce/recognize appropriate singular possessive pronouns used in expressing relationships; produce/interpret family tree documents and research student's own (or a famous/fictional) family.(Under 3 ratings)
Yes, but. . .I can identify and evaluate the argument and claim in a text (all) I can identify the evidence between two opposing claims written on a specific topic (most) I can evaluate the relevance and sufficiency of evidence for two opposing claims on a given topic and determine which one is stronger (some)(Under 3 ratings)
Yes, but. . . (Version 2)I can identify and evaluate the argument and claim in a text (all) I can identify the evidence between two opposing claims written on a specific topic (most) I can evaluate the relevance and sufficiency of evidence for two opposing claims on a given topic and determine which one is stronger (some)(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade:
Graph y=mx + bLinear functions. The student understands the meaning of the slope and intercepts of the graphs of linear functions and zeros of linear functions and interprets and describes the effects of changes in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. The student is expected to investigate, describe, and predict the effects of changes in m and b on the graph of y = mx + b and graph and write equations of lines given characteristics such as two points, a point and a slope, or a slope and y‑intercept(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTeach Grammer and Vocab from this section(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanContent~The students will be able to understand the effects of the Spanish American War by reading and analyzing an array of different documents. Language-the students will be able to express in written or verbal format the Impact of the war and the shift from isolationism to imperialism.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn about real world issues that impact Spanish speakers on a daily basis.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn about real world issues that impact Spanish speakers on a daily basis.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will continue and finish their essays in Spanish. Students will type their essays and turn them in by Friday January 19th. Students will begin creating a advertisement and commercial in Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will continue and finish their essays in Spanish. Students will type their essays and turn them in by Friday January 19th. Students will begin creating a advertisement and commercial in Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will review family and pets vocabulary. Students will review vocabulary that they already know. Students will play real Hispanic and spanish games outside.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanIdentify places in your community using the target language.(Under 3 ratings)
Miriam Sosa Lesson planUses critical thinking(questioning, interpreting,comparing, contrasting in discussion about reading selection. After reading an appropriate academic level selection, the student will demonstrate comprehension by: answering specific questions regarding the selection. Developing similar question that incorporate critical thinking for peer response. (FL.A.2.3.1) (FL.D.1.3.1) (FL.D.1.3.2)(Under 3 ratings)
Solve for y and graphLinear functions. The student understands the meaning of the slope and intercepts of the graphs of linear functions and zeros of linear functions and interprets and describes the effects of changes in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. The student is expected to graph and write equations of lines given characteristics such as two points, a point and a slope, or a slope and y‑intercept(Under 3 ratings)
The Age of ImperialismLearning Targets I can: Explain why U.S. diplomat John Hay called the Spanish American War a "Splendid Little War". Define: Yellow Journalism(Under 3 ratings)
The Age of ImperialismLearning Target I can: Answer a variety of different structured questions about the Spanish-American War. Analyze a political cartoon about Yellow Journalism and integrate that information into a multi-sentenced response.(Under 3 ratings)
Walk the lineThe student will learn how to write the equation of a line given its graph or its slope and y-intercept. The student will also learn the effects of changing the slope and y-intercept on the graph and the equation of the line.(Under 3 ratings)
X and Y InterceptsFoundations for functions. The student understands the importance of the skills required to manipulate symbols in order to solve problems and uses the necessary algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. The student is expected to find specific function values and transform and solve equations.(Under 3 ratings)
9th Grade:
Bienvenidos a la clase de espa¤olThe objectives of this lesson is for the students to learn how to navigate the Spanish I studies in addition to the expectations for the class outcomes and places to find classroom resources. Additionally the students will learn different assessments grading practices and rubrics.(Under 3 ratings)
Ch. 4 Notes - Day 4Students will be able to analyze, discuss, and graph simple real world scenarios, determining from context: A. Slope (rate) B. Y- intercept (starting point) C. Appropriate labels/scale for each axis D. Equation of the line (y = mx +b ) E. Graph(Under 3 ratings)
Day One LessonStudents will be able to greet others formally/informally; give the appropriate greeting of the day/night; ask for/share personal information; ask/say classroom phrases to speak Spanish 75 % of the time; identify cognates; learn skills for simplifying vocabulary learning(Under 3 ratings)
En la escuelaGreet people at different times of the day, introduce yourself to others, respond to classroom direction, begin using numbers, tell time, identify parts of the body(Under 3 ratings)
FS1 12/17Students will be able to use -er verbs, the verb "ir" and the infinitive construction to write about an imagined trip to Mexico City, incorporating knowledge of Mexico City.(Under 3 ratings)
fs1 12/19Students will be able to ask and answer questions about food, and order in a restaurant.(Under 3 ratings)
Historical Figures' Report Cards 21. Recognize historical figures and their contributions 2. Evaluate information about a historical figure 3. Identify both good and bad characteristics of historical people 4. Identify racism and mistreatment 5. Explain cultural differences between different peoples and different time frames(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn about the Mexican Holiday "Dia De Los Muertos"(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanSWBAT - Conjugate regular verbs and irregular verbs in the future tense -Write five sentences about their life using the future tense -Translate into English a newspaper article about what life will be like in ... years(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanSWBAT - Conjugate regular verbs and irregular verbs in the future tense -Write five sentences about their life using the future tense -Translate into English a newspaper article about what life will be like in ... years(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to conjugate any regular AR/ER/IR verb in the yo, tu, el, nosotros, and Ustedes forms.(Under 3 ratings)
Slope Intercept Form y=mx + bSWBAT identify key features of a linear equation. SWBAT calculate the slope of a line.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish IThe student will recite and spell the days and months, and learn basic rules concerning nouns and adjectives.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish ITo work in chapter one on nouns, adjectives, and vocabulary.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish I: Greetings and NumbersThe student will say, spell, and define basic greetings vocabulary and numbers through 30.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish IIThe student will participate in the review of the introductory unit from August. The student will test on this material on Thursday, August 31.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish IIThe student will learn and use AR verbs and SER.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish IITo work on Regular AR verb use. To complete lesson 3-4 in reader.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish TWOThe student ail say and spell numbers zero to one hundred by tens and one hundred to one thousand. The student will review grammar rules of noun use.(Under 3 ratings)
The Mexican FlagThe student will learn the history behind the Mexican flag through written and visual applications.(Under 3 ratings)
Where are you from?Students will communicate with one another and ask each other where they are from and respond.(Under 3 ratings)
Where are you from?Students will communicate with one another and ask each other where they are from and respond.(Under 3 ratings)
10th Grade:
55 Minutes Lesson PlanStudents will create a list that shows customs that are similar and different about Christmas in their country and a Spanish speaking country with 80% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
Central America"Students" should be able to recite 2 facts per topic.(Under 3 ratings)
FS5 12/19Students will be able to write an extensive description of a city using new vocabulary, and step by step directions using Uds commands.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanYo puedo explicar las contribuciones de los moros en Espana en las areas de matematicas, ciencias y arquitectura.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to know the entire Spanish alphabet and how each letter is pronounced.(Under 3 ratings)
11th Grade:
Lesson Plan1. Como se expresan los distintos aspectos de la identidad en diversas situaciones 2. Como influyen la lengua y la culltura en la identidad de una persona 3.Como se desarrolla la identidad de una persona a lo largo del tiempo(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Horror StoryExamine literary devices that make up Gothic literature, by examining a seminal text in the genre(Under 3 ratings)
The Body, Comparisons and Adverbs*Learning parts of the body. Learn how to recognize them with the help of diagrams and a little bit of competition with classmates. *Review last week subject: Combination of words for whenever they want to express: Comparison, Inequality, or Equality. *Leaning and understanding of Adverbs in Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
To Be in The Present and The Past*Learn about professions in Spanish and Adjectives to describe nouns and subjects. How and when to use them. *Understanding and importance of gender and number in: nouns/subjects, verbs, adjectives. (Make sure that rules are followed in construction of sentences.) *Learn the difference between Present and Preterite *Know how to identify the difference between the verbs: Ser and Estar(Under 3 ratings)
12th Grade:
6-A primera vistaLos estudiantes van a escuchar una selección de la importancia de haciendo una decisión de sus futuros. Los estudiantes van a usar el vocabulario para describir las profesiones.(Under 3 ratings)
6-Escribiendo definiciones en españolLos estudiantes van a escribir definiciones de palabras escogidas en español para aprender mejor sus significadas.(Under 3 ratings)
6-Los estudiantes hablan de su futuroIn order to gain a deeper understanding of the vocabulary of the unit, the students will read and/or listen to 5 interviews in which the vocabulary is used in a meaningful context.(Under 3 ratings)
6-review definitions for quizThe students will review the definitions that they wrote yesterday as a review for the quiz.(Under 3 ratings)
6-Saber vs. ConocerLos estudiantes poderan explicar la diferencia entre los verbos Saber y Conocer.(Under 3 ratings)
Compara los misterios - Observation 1/14¿Cómo podemos usar el nuevo vocabulario en una maniera que tengo valor o propósito?(Under 3 ratings)
Learning meaning from context - A Primera Vista 2Students will be able to describe the meaning of a word in Spanish by using context clues. Students will deepen their comprehension of vocabulary words by reading them in a meaningful context and also responding to questions related to what they have read.(Under 3 ratings)
Marie LaBella Formal Observation Lesson¿Cómo podemos averiguar las significadas de palabras que no sabemos? How can we figure out the meaning of a word that we don't know?(Under 3 ratings)
Present Tense/ Infinitive VerbsTo conjugate verbs depending on their stem ending.(Under 3 ratings)
TACTICAL SPANISHStudents should be able to communicate basic spanish phrases and commands.(Under 3 ratings)
TACTICAL SPANISHStudents should be able to communicate basic spanish phrases and commands.(Under 3 ratings)
TACTICAL SPANISHStudents should be able to communicate basic spanish phrases and commands.(Under 3 ratings)
Vocab 6-BStudents will define vocabulary words. Students will do word wheels to analyze the relationship between words.(Under 3 ratings)

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