Spanish 2 Curriculum Map

STANDARD SKILLS
MLl . IP1 . G (Review)
Nationalities & SPANISH Speaking Countries.

Students will be able to:

  1. Provide at least 6 different Hispanic nationalities.
  2. Provide and spell at least 8 Spanish speaking Countries.
  3. Provide and spell 4 different continents (Sp. II book p. 82)                                 
MLII . INT2A
Differentiate among increasingly complex
Statements, Questions and Exclamations

Students will be able to:

Make Statements, Questions and Exclamations (Sp II book p.14) & Comparatives & Superlatives (p. 304)

MLII . P2B
Demonstrate comprehension of material using the
Verbs and tenses learned in Level I.

Students will be able to:

Use Indicative tenses including:

  1. The Simple Present Tense (p.17)
  2. The Progressive Present Tense (board and website support)
  3. The Simple Past tense (Regular)
  4. The Simple Past Tense (Irregular)(p.38, 39, 40, 41, 42/ R.29)
  5. The Stem-Changing Verbs (p.21)
  6. The Pronouns (Direct / Indir. / Reflex)
  7. The Reflexive Verbs (Web Site)
MLII . 1P1D
Give Descriptions

Students will be able to

Describe location of people and places using the verb "Estar" (Web Site Visual)

MLII . 1P1E
 
Give and follow directions and instructions

Students will be able to

Express age using the Verb "Tener" (p.9)

 

MLII . 1P2B
Use Simple paraphrasing to comprehend and to Relate messages.

Students will be able to

Express age using the Verb "Tener" (p.9)

MLII. 1P1B
Express feeling and Emotions using the Verb "Estar" and the Verb "Gustar"

Students will be able to

Describe professions, time, origin, location and feelings using the verbs "Ser" and "Estar" (p.10)

Express location and directions using the Verb ""Estar" (p.10)

MLII . 1P1C
 
Write Short Organized compositions using Visual and technological Support.

Students will be able to

Write a composition using the indicative tenses including Regular and Irregular Verbs. (p. 23)

MLII . P1B
 
Give brief, Organized oral presentation using Visual and technological Support.

Students will be able to

Present themselves out loud using the indicate tenses indicating Regular and Irregular Verbs.

MLII. INT1A
Identify main ideas and essential details when Reading and Listening.

Students will be able to

Understand Spoken and Visual Dialogs (Web Site Support)

MLII . INT2B
Interpret basic questions, body language and intonation that clarify a message.

Students will be able to

Give advice and the suggestions using the subjunctive Present. (p. 232)

MLII . 1P2A
Initiate, Participate in, and close an oral or written exchange.

Students will be able to

Express wishes and doubts using the subjunctive present. (p. 306)

MLII . INT1C
Comprehend and follow oral and written instructions.

Students will be able to

Relate to past actions using the Single Past, the Imperfect tense and the past progressive (p. 137) (p. 135)

MLII . IP1A
Express needs and preferences.

Students will be able to

  1. Express their needs and preferences using The Subjunctive Present (Regular & Irregular)
  2. Use the Reflexive Verbs and pronouns (p. 114)
  3. The Direct object. pronoun (Web site Based)
  4. The Indirect object. pronoun (Web site Based)
  5. The Double object. pronoun (p. 161)
MLII . 1P2D
Express need and preferences based on
certainty and uncertainty.

Students will be able to

  1. Demonstrate Novice-Mid to Novice high proficiency in oral and written presentation.
  2. Demonstrate Novice-Mid to Novice high proficiency in oral and written exchanges.
MLII . 1P1D
Express future verbal and written needs.

Students will be able to

Use the Future Tense to Express future actions (p. 334)

MLII . CU1B
 
Identify patterns of behavior typically associated with cultures such as shopping customs leisure activities and celebration of national holidays.

Student will be able

  1. To name all the major Mexican holidays along with social behaviors among the Hispanic countries.
  2. To date those events as well.
  3. Video / Documentary Support.
  4. To use Affirmative & Negative commands (p. 208; p. 210)
MLII . CU1B
 
Participate in real or simulated cultural events such as family activities and holiday celebrations.

Student will be able to

Express the frequency of events using the adverbs ending in "-mente"

MLII . CCC2A
 
Compare and contrast traditions such as holidays, foods and celebrations.

Student will be able to

Compare and contrast cultural differences between Hispanic countries and North America. (handshaking & Kissing on the cheek)

MLII . CCC2C

Compare and contrast the geography of counties of the target language and the Students own country and discuss its impact on culture.

Student will be able to

Use Usted and Ustedes Commands NOSOTROS COMMANDS

MLIII. CCC2B       
 
Compare cultural differences.

Student will be able to

  1. Recognize the historical background and signification of the Indians from Central and South America (Aztecs, Incas, Mayas, Toltecs, Olmecs)
  2. Understand the cultural influences brought to South America at a social and spiritual level.

MLII . CCC3A

Compare vocabulary usage and structural patterns of the target language with English.

Student will be able to

Relate Verbs to nouns in order to understand the roots of the words.

MLII . CCC3B

Use level appropriate idiomatic expressions in the target language.

Student will be able to

Relate the past to the present using the present perfect.

MLII. CCC1B

Relate information acquired in order to compare other subjects with subjects discussed in the language class.

Student will be able to

Use past participles both as part of the present perfect and as adjective.

MLII . CCC4B

Illustrate how the target language and culture(s) studied are evident in and through the media, entertainment and technology.

Student will be able to

Compare and realize the importance of the body parts and other health related words as applied to the health and indication class as well.

MLII . CCC5B

Understand the impact of major current events of the target culture.

Student will be able to

Use the future tense IN ORDER to express his thoughts projected in the future in relation to major currents and events in the targeted cultures.

 

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