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Grade:

9, 10, 11, 12

World Languages

Standard

1

This is a year long course that requires selection of both semesters: S1 and S2. Recommended for students whose home language is Spanish: Español II para los nativos está designado para los estudiantes que hablan español, quienes tienen generalmente buena conversación, escritura y entendimiento perfecto del lenguaje. Las actividades en esta clase aprenden diferentes aspectos del lenguaje: lecturas con análisis oral y escrito, dictados de palabras, oraciones, y párrafos. Nosotros complementaremos nuestro lenguaje con prácticas de gramática, la cual es muy importante en el uso del lenguaje escrito. Nosotros exploraremos diferentes autores hispanos. En esta clase utilizamos el texto Nuevas Vistas, otros ensayos, y prácticas de gramática, y estaremos leyendo La casa en Mango Street en espanol III para nativos (Espanol II usa el curso avanzado I y Espanol III continúa con el curso avanzado II). Spanish II and Spanish III for the native speaker courses are designed for students that speak Spanish fluently, have excellent conversational skills, good writing skills, and perfect understanding of the language. The activities of the class will fulfill different aspects of the language: readings with oral and written analysis, dictation, sentence and paragraph work, and essays. Language will be complemented with grammatical practices, especially for written language. Different Hispanic authors will be explored. The class will use the Nuevas Vistas textbook series, other essays, and grammar practices. We will also read The House on Mango Street in Spanish for Native Speakers. (Spanish II will use the first level book, and Spanish III will continue with the second level in the series).

Outcomes:

  • Engage in intermediate to advanced conversation: provide and obtain information, express feelings, emotions and personal needs, and exchange opinions
  • Understand and interpret written and spoken language with a variety of topics
  • Present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics, demonstrating an intermediate to advanced level of vocabulary and grammatical structure
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the practices, perspectives, and products of the Spanish-speaking cultures studied
  • Acquire information and recognize the distinctive viewpoints that are only available through the Spanish language and its cultures
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the nature of language through comparisons of Spanish and English
  • Show evidence of becoming life-long learners by using the Spanish language both within and beyond the school setting

If you take this course, you must also take FL210-S2 – Spanish II Native Speakers S2

Recommended for students whose home language is Spanish