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SPANISH 1 CURRICULUM
2015
I.
COURSE DESCRIPTION
In Spanish 1 students will be introduced to common vocabulary, phrases and concepts necessary for daily interpersonal interaction.
Emphasis will be place on basic communication and comprehension in everyday situations, i.e. survival skills. Students will gain a
working knowledge of the basic structure of the target language using the present tense. Students will engage in activities such as, the
creation and performance of original dialogues, question and answer situations as posed by the teacher or other students, and various pair
and group projects all centered in thematic units. Students will begin to talk about topics and situations that are of interest to them, their
friends and the target language community. They will begin to speak Spanish and will discover how they can greet others in Spanish and
talk to them about the daily routines of student life. Gradually, they will develop their ability to understand spoken and written Spanish.
Thematic learning objectives are presented within the framework of the three modes of communication, as outlined by the American
Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACFTL): Interpersonal, Interpretive and Presentational. All activities and assignments are
aligned with the three modes and with the NJ Core Curriculum Content Standards for the Novice-Mid level.
Three Modes of Communication:
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The Interpersonal Mode is characterized by the active negotiation of meaning among students. Students observe and monitor
one another to see how their meanings and intentions are being communicated. Adjustments and clarifications are made be
accordingly.
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The Interpretive Mode focuses on the appropriate cultural interpretation of meanings that occur in written and spoken form
where there is no recourse to active negotiation of meaning with the writer or the speaker.
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The Presentational Mode refers to the creation of oral and written messages in a manner that facilitates interpretation by
members of the other culture where no direct opportunity for the active negotiation of meaning between members of the two
cultures exists.
(ACTFL Performance Descriptions for Language Learners, p.7)
Additionally, emphasis will be placed on cultural topics dealing with Spanish customs, the arts, and Spanish influence in the United
States. Students will recognize and practice culturally appropriate social behaviors and gestures that occur in everyday life. They will
identify geographical features, historical landmarks, and major sites of the areas where the target language is spoken and their influences
on that culture. The learner will demonstrate cultural knowledge related to the curricular topics presented in the classroom.
II. COURSE OBJECTIVES/OUTLINE
PCTI SPANISH I Curriculum Unit Planner
Grade(s) 9, 10, 11, 12
Content Area:
Spanish 1
Unit Plan Title:
Para Empezar (Preliminary Unit): En la escuela, en la clase y el tiempo (At school, in class, and the weather)
CCS Standard(s) Addressed
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7.1.NM.A.1-5
7.1.NM.B.1-5
7.1.NM.C.1-5
Essential Questions (3-5)
 How do you introduce yourself and respond to other’s greetings in Spanish?
 How do you respond when given instructions to follow in the classroom?
 How do express time in both English and Spanish?
 What is the weather like at various times of the year and in different hemispheres?
 How do you spell words using the Spanish alphabet?
Grammar Concepts
 Vocabulary: greetings and leave-takings, classroom elements & instructions, numbers (1-100), Parts of the body, alphabet, days
of the week and months of the year, and seasons & weather
 Nouns
 Singular and plural definite articles
 Cuántos (as)
 Hay
 Punctuation
 Accent marks in Spanish
Anchor Text
 Realidades 1 (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
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Realidades 1 Online practice workbook – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Realidades 1 Writing, Audio and Visual (WVA) book (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary and Grammar Workbook – Guided Practice (print and online) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Realidades 1 Teacher Resource Book Temas 1-4/5-9 – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Informational Texts (3-5)
 “Exploración del 3anguage: Señor, señora y señorita” – p.2
 “Exploración del 3anguage: Tú vs. Usted” – p.5
 “El alfabeto”- p.12
 “Gramática: Los sustantivos” – p.11
 “Exploración del 3anguage: Puntuación y acentos” – p.13
Short Texts (1-3)
 “¡Hola! ¿Cómo te llamas? ¿Cómo estás?” – p.2 and p.4
 “La sala de clases: ¡Atención por favor!” – p.8 and p.10
 “El calendario, la fecha y el tiempo: ¿Qué tiempo hace?” – p.14 and 18
Suggested Speaking/Listening/Writing/Reading Assessments (Formative and Summative)
Activities may include, but are not limited to:
 Para Empezar Communicative activities 2, 10, 11, 5 (p.21) – Realidades 1 (TB) (Presentational & Interpersonal)
 Para Empezar Audio activities 1, 2, 5 – Realidades 1 WAV book (Interpretive)
 Para Empezar Writing activities 6, 7 – Realidades 1 WAV book (Presentational)
 Para Empezar Reading and writing activities 9, 10 – Realidades 1 (TB) (Interpretive & Presentational)
 Communicative activities – Teacher-created
 Vocabulary production quizzes
 Student communicative survey activities
 End of unit summative assessment
Resources (websites, Blackboard, documents, etc.)
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www.successnetplus.com
www.phschool.com
www.conjuguemos.com
www.quizlet.com
www.wordreference.com
Google Classroom
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Presentational resources such as, but not limited to Google Drive (Docs, Slides, Forms, Drawings), Prezi, Storyboard That,
Vocaroo)
Microsoft Office Programs (Documents, Power Points)
Blackboard
Youtube
Other websites, as needed, such as Spanish language online news and magazines
Realidades 1 Audio CDs, MP3 files
Realidades 1 video accompaniments (DVD set, video files)
Suggested Time Frame:
6-7 weeks
Content Area:
Spanish 1
Unit Plan Title:
Tema 1A: ¿Qué te gusta hacer? (What do you like to do?)
CCS Standard(s) Addressed
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7.1.NM.A.1-5
7.1.NM.B.1-5
7.1.NM.C.1-5
Essential Questions (3-5)
 What activities do you like and not like to do?
 What activities do others like and not like to do?
 How do you ask others about their likes and dislikes in terms of activities?
 Do you understand cultural perspectives on favorite activities?
Grammar Concepts
 Vocabulary: different activities
 Verbs and types of verbs (-ar, -er, -ir)
 Infinitives
Grade(s)
9, 10, 11, 12
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Negative statements
Interrogatives
Expressing agreement and disagreement
Anchor Text
 Realidades 1 (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Online practice workbook – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Writing, Audio and Visual (WAV) book (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary and Grammar Workbook – Guided Practice (print and online) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Teacher Resource Book Temas 1-4/5-9 – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Informational Texts (3-5)
 “Fondo Cultural: Pablo Picasso” – p.24
 “Fondo Cultural: Outdoor cafes” – p.31
 “Gramactiva: Infinitives” – p.32
 “Gramactiva: Negatives” – p.36
 “Gramactiva: Expressing agreement or disagreement” – p.38
Short Texts (1-3)
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“A primera vista” / “First glance” – p.26
“Qué te gusta hacer?” / “What do you like to do?” – pp.28-29
“Adelante: ¿Qué te gusta hacer?” / “Go on: what do you like to do?” – pp.40-41
Suggested Speaking/Listening/Writing/Reading Assessments (Formative and Summative)
Activities may include, but are not limited to:
 Tema 1A – Vocabulary activities 1A-1-7 – pp.13-19, Realidades 1 Online practice workbook (Presentational)
 Tema 1A – Grammar practice activities 1A-1-4 – pp. 33-36, Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary Practice & Guided Practice
(Presentational)
 Tema 1A – Audio activities 1-9 – pp.7-13, Realidades 1 WAV book (Interpretive)
 Tema 1A – Guided reading activity, TPR “El día horrible de Juan Pablo” (“Juan Pablo’s horrible day”), Realidades 1 Online
resources (Interpersonal)
 Tema 1A – Writing activities 10-13 – pp.14-17, Realidades 1 WAV book (Presentational)
 Tema 1A – Audio/singing activity – “Mambo”, Realidades 1 Online resources (Interpretive & Presenational)
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Tema 1A -Videohistoria Listening and Writing Activity – pp.7-9 WAV book (Interpretive/Presentational)
Tema 1A – Theme Project “Álbum de recuerdos” (Memory album), Realidades 1 Online resources (Presentational)
Tema 1A – Communicative activities 8, 12, 16 – pp.31-37, Realidades 1 (TB) (Interpersonal)
Tema 1A – Communicative activity (situational cards), Realidades 1 Teacher’s Resources book (Interpersonal & Presentational)
Tema 1A - Vocabulary production quizzes
Tema 1A - End of unit summative assessment
Resources (websites, Blackboard, documents, etc.)
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www.successnetplus.com
www.phschool.com
www.conjuguemos.com
www.quizlet.com
www.wordreference.com
Google Classroom
Presentational resources such as, but not limited to Google Drive (Docs, Slides, Forms, Drawings), Prezi, Storyboard That,
Vocaroo)
Microsoft Office Programs (Documents, Power Points)
Blackboard
Youtube
Other websites, as needed, such as Spanish language online news and magazines
Realidades 1 Audio CDs, MP3 files
Realidades 1 video accompaniments (DVD set, video files)
Suggested Time Frame:
4 weeks
Content Area:
Spanish 1
Unit Plan Title:
Tema 1B: Y tú, ¿Cómo eres? (And you, what are you like?)
Grade(s)
9, 10, 11, 12
CCS Standard(s) Addressed
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7.1.NM.A.1-5
7.1.NM.B.1-5
7.1.NM.C.1-5
Essential Questions (3-5)
 How do describe yourself using personality and physical traits?
 How do you describe others using personality and physical traits?
 Do you understand cultural perspectives on friendship?
Grammar Concepts
 Vocabulary: physical and personality traits (combined with chapter 5B)
 Adjectives (with gender and number)
 Placement of adjectives
 The verb Ser (to be) (combined with material from chapter 3B)
 Definite and indefinite articles
Anchor Text
 Realidades 1 (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Online practice workbook – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Writing, Audio and Visual (WAV) book (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary and Grammar Workbook – Guided Practice (print and online) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Teacher Resource Book Temas 1-4/5-9 – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Informational Texts (3-5)
 “Fondo Cultural: Frida Kahlo” – p. 48
 “Gramactiva: Adjectives” – p. 55
 “Gramactiva: Placement of adjectives” – p.62
 “Fondo Cultural: Simón Bolivar” – p.58
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“Gramactiva: Definite and indefinite articles” – p.60
Short Texts (1-3)
 “A primera vista” / “First glance” – pp.50-51
 “Amigos por internet” / “Friends online” – pp.52-53
 “¡Adelante! Un self-quiz” / “Go on! A self-quiz” – p.64
Suggested Speaking/Listening/Writing/Reading Assessments (Formative and Summative)
Activities may include, but are not limited to:
 Tema 1B – Vocabulary activities 1B-1-7 – pp.22-28, Realidades 1 Online practice workbook (Presentational)
 Tema 1B – Grammar practice activities 1B-1-4 – pp. 47-50, Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary Practice & Guided Practice
(Presentational)
 Tema 1B – Audio activities 5-9 – pp.21-24, Realidades 1 WAV book (Interpretive)
 Tema 1B - Videohistoria Listening and Writing Activity – pp.19-20, Realidades 1 WAV book (Interpretive/Presentational)
 Tema 1B – Guided reading activity, TPR “Marilú no es simpática” (“Marilu is not friendly”), Realidades 1 Online resources
(Interpersonal)
 Tema 1B – Writing activities 10-13 – pp.25-28, Realidades 1 WAV book (Presentational)
 Tema 1B – Audio/singing activity – “¿Cómo soy yo?” (What am I like?), Realidades 1 Online resources (Interpretive &
Presenational)
 Tema 1B – Theme Project “Yo: Poema Diamante” (Me: Diamond shaped poem), Realidades 1 Online resources (Presentational)
 Tema 1B – Communicative activities 8, 12, 13 – pp.56-58, Realidades 1 (TB) (Interpersonal)
 Tema 1B – Communicative activity (situational cards), Realidades 1 Teacher’s Resources book (Interpersonal & Presentational)
 Tema 1B – Vocabulary production and grammar quizzes
 Tema 1B - End of unit summative assessment
Resources (websites, Blackboard, documents, etc.)
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www.successnetplus.com
www.phschool.com
www.conjuguemos.com
www.quizlet.com
www.wordreference.com
Google Classroom
Presentational resources such as, but not limited to Google Drive (Docs, Slides, Forms, Drawings), Prezi, Storyboard That,
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Vocaroo)
Microsoft Office Programs (Documents, Power Points)
Blackboard
Youtube
Other websites, as needed, such as Spanish language online news and magazines
Realidades 1 Audio CDs, MP3 files
Realidades 1 video accompaniments (DVD set, video files)
Suggested Time Frame:
4 weeks
Content Area:
Spanish 1
Unit Plan Title:
Tema 2A: Tú día en la escuela (Your school day)
Grade(s)
9, 10, 11, 12
CCS Standard(s) Addressed
 7.1.NM.A.1-5
 7.1.NM.B.1-5
 7.1.NM.C.1-5
Essential Questions (3-5)
 How do you describe your school schedule and subjects?
 What do you and your friends do in your classes?
 What classes do you and your friends like and dislike? Why?
 What’s the difference between United States and Hispanic countries in terms of school schedules and school routines?
Grammar Concepts
 Vocabulary: classroom items & furniture and school subjects
 Subject (personal) pronouns in Spanish
 Present tense of the –ar verbs
 The verb “Tener” (combined material from chapter 5A)
 Review: “Cuántos (as)”
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Hay
Anchor Text
 Realidades 1 (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Online practice workbook – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Writing, Audio and Visual (WAV) book (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary and Grammar Workbook – Guided Practice (print and online) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Teacher Resource Book Temas 1-4/5-9 – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Informational Texts (3-5)
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“Fondo Cultural: Colombian artist Fernando Botero” – p.72
“Fondo Cultural: Studying English” – p.80
“Fondo Cultural: Many Spanish words” – p.81
“Gramactiva: Subject pronouns” – p.82
“Gramactiva: Present tense of -ar verbs” – p.84
Short Texts (1-3)
 “A primera vista” / “First glance” – pp.74-75
 “El primer día de clases” / “The first day of school” – pp.76-77
 “¡Adelante! La Escuela Español Vivo” / “Go on! “I live Spanish” School” – p.90
Suggested Speaking/Listening/Writing/Reading Assessments (Formative and Summative)
Activities may include, but are not limited to:
 Tema 2A – Vocabulary activities 2A-1-7 – pp.31-36, Realidades 1 Online practice workbook (Presentational)
 Tema 2A – Grammar practice activities 2A-1-4 – pp. 63-66, Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary Practice & Guided Practice
(Presentational)
 Tema 2A – Audio activities 5-9 – pp.31-34, Realidades 1 WAV book (Interpretive)
 Tema 2A – Guided reading activity, TPR “Pepe el desordenado” (“A very disorganized Pepe”), Realidades 1 Online resources
(Interpersonal)
 Tema 2A - Videohistoria Listening and Writing Activity – pp.29-30, Realidades 1 WAV book (Interpretive/Presentational)
 Tema 2A – Writing activities 10-13 – pp.35-38, Realidades 1 WAV book (Presentational)
 Tema 2A – Audio/singing activity – “En la clase” (In class), Realidades 1 Online resources (Interpretive & Presentational)
 Tema 2A – Theme Project “Página Web: Advertising your school”, Realidades 1 Online resources (Presentational)
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Tema 2A – Communicative activities 6, 8, 12, 18 – pp.79-87, Realidades 1 (TB) (Interpersonal)
Tema 2A – Communicative activity (situational cards), Realidades 1 Teacher’s Resources book (Interpersonal & Presentational)
Tema 2A – Vocabulary production and grammar quizzes
Tema 2A - End of unit summative assessment
Resources (websites, Blackboard, documents, etc.)
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www.successnetplus.com
www.phschool.com
www.conjuguemos.com
www.quizlet.com
www.wordreference.com
Google Classroom
Presentational resources such as, but not limited to Google Drive (Docs, Slides, Forms, Drawings), Prezi, Storyboard That,
Vocaroo)
Microsoft Office Programs (Documents, Power Points)
Blackboard
Youtube
Other websites, as needed, such as Spanish language online news and magazines
Realidades 1 Audio CDs, MP3 files
Realidades 1 video accompaniments (DVD set, video files)
Suggested Time Frame:
4-5 weeks
Content Area:
Spanish 1
Unit Plan Title:
Tema 2B: Tu sala de clases (Your classroom)
CCS Standard(s) Addressed
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7.1.NM.A.1-5
7.1.NM.B.1-5
Grade(s)
9, 10, 11, 12
 7.1.NM.C.1-5
Essential Questions (3-5)
 How do you describe the contents of your classroom in English and Spanish?
 How does a Spanish speaker indicate where things are located?
 How does a Spanish speaker describe people’s feelings and emotions
 How do you describe the differing cultural perspectives on school?
Grammar Concepts
 Vocabulary: (review) classroom items, feelings and emotions (combined with chapter 4B)
 Review: Ser
 The verb Estar for locations, feelings, emotions, and state of beings
 Prepositions of place
 Review: The plural of nouns and articles
Anchor Text
 Realidades 1 (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Online practice workbook – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Writing, Audio and Visual (WAV) book (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary and Grammar Workbook – Guided Practice (print and online) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Teacher Resource Book Temas 1-4/5-9 – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Informational Texts (3-5)
 “Fondo Cultural: Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz” – p.98
 “Gramactiva: The verb estar” – p.107
 “Gramactiva: The plurals of nouns and articles” – p.110
Short Texts (1-3)
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“A primera vista” / “First glance” – pp.100-101
“Un ratón en la clase” / “A mouse in the classroom” – pp.102-103
“¡Adelante! El UNICEF y una convención para los niños” / “Go on! UNICEF and a children’s convention” – p.114
Suggested Speaking/Listening/Writing/Reading Assessments (Formative and Summative)
Activities may include, but are not limited to:
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Tema 2B – Vocabulary activities 2B-1-7 – pp.40-41 Realidades 1 Online practice workbook (Presentational)
Tema 2B – Grammar practice activities 2B-1-4 – pp. 77-80, Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary Practice & Guided Practice
(Presentational)
Tema 2B – Audio activities 5-9 – pp.41-44, Realidades 1 WAV book (Interpretive)
Tema 2B – Guided reading activity, TPR “La clase de fobias” (“A classroom full of fobias”), Realidades 1 Online resources
(Interpersonal)
Tema 2B - Videohistoria Listening and Writing Activity – pp.39-40, Realidades 1 WAV book (Interpretive/Presentational)
Tema 2B – Writing activities 10-13 – pp.45-48, Realidades 1 WAV book (Presentational)
Tema 2B – Audio/singing activity – “¿Qué hay?” (What is there?), Realidades 1 Online resources (Interpretive & Presentational)
Tema 2B – Theme Project: “Mi diccionario visual” http://senoritabarragan.com/2012/03/18/mi-diccionario-visual
(Presentational)
Tema 2B – Communicative activities 6, 10, 12, 19 – pp.105-112, Realidades 1 (TB) (Interpersonal)
Tema 2B – Communicative activity (situational cards), Realidades 1 Teacher’s Resources book (Interpersonal & Presentational)
Tema 2B – Vocabulary production and grammar quizzes
Tema 2B - End of unit summative assessment
Resources (websites, Blackboard, documents, etc.)
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www.successnetplus.com
www.phschool.com
www.conjuguemos.com
www.quizlet.com
www.wordreference.com
Google Classroom
Presentational resources such as, but not limited to Google Drive (Docs, Slides, Forms, Drawings), Prezi, Storyboard That,
Vocaroo)
Microsoft Office Programs (Documents, Power Points)
Blackboard
Youtube
Other websites, as needed, such as Spanish language online news and magazines
Realidades 1 Audio CDs, MP3 files
Realidades 1 video accompaniments (DVD set, video files)
Suggested Time Frame:
3-4 weeks
Content Area:
Spanish 1
Unit Plan Title:
Tema 3A: ¿Desayuno o almuerzo? (Breakfast or lunch?)
Grade(s)
9, 10, 11, 12
CCS Standard(s) Addressed
 7.1.NM.A.1-5
 7.1.NM.B.1-5
 7.1.NM.C.1-5
Essential Questions (3-5)
 What do you and others typically eat and drink for breakfast and lunch?
 What are your preferences for breakfast and lunch?
 How often do you do certain activities?
 Do you understand cultural perspectives on meals?
Grammar Concepts
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Vocabulary: foods, beverages, adverbs of frequency and related expressions
Review: present tense of –ar verbs
Present tense of –er and –ir verbs
Me gusta (n) & Me encanta (n)
Anchor Text
 Realidades 1 (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Online practice workbook – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Writing, Audio and Visual (WAV) book (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary and Grammar Workbook – Guided Practice (print and online) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Teacher Resource Book Temas 1-4/5-9 – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Informational Texts (3-5)
 “Fondo Cultural: Bartolomé Murillo” – p.122
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“Conexiones: La historia” – p.131
“Gramactiva: Present tense of –er & -ir verbs” – p.132
“Fondo Cultural: El desayuno” (Breakfast) – p.134
“Gramactiva: Me gustan vs. me encantan” – p.135
Short Texts (1-3)
 “A primera vista” / “First glance” – pp.124-125
 “El desayuno” / “Breakfast” – pp.126-127
 “¡Adelante! Frutas y verduras de las Americas” / “Go on! Fruits and vegetables from America” – pp.138-139
Suggested Speaking/Listening/Writing/Reading Assessments (Formative and Summative)
Activities may include, but are not limited to:
 Tema 3A – Vocabulary activities 3A-1-7 – pp.49-55 Realidades 1 Online practice workbook (Presentational)
 Tema 3A – Grammar practice activities 3A-1-4 – pp. 93-96, Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary Practice & Guided Practice
(Presentational)
 Tema 3A – Audio activities 5-9 – pp.51-55, Realidades 1 WAV book (Interpretive)
 Tema 3A – Guided reading activity, TPR “La buena comida de todos los días” (“Every day good food”), Realidades 1 Online
resources (Interpersonal)
 Tema 3A - Videohistoria Listening and Writing Activity – pp.49-50, Realidades 1 WAV book (Interpretive/Presentational)
 Tema 3A – Writing activities 10-13 – pp.56-59, Realidades 1 WAV book (Presentational)
 Tema 3A – Audio/singing activity – “¿Qué comes?” (What do you eat?), Realidades 1 Online resources (Interpretive &
Presentational)
 Tema 3A – Theme Project: Una encuesta sobre el desayuno en la clase (An in-class survey about breakfast) (Interpersonal &
Presentational)
 Tema 3A – Communicative activities 7, 8, 13, 15 – pp.129-134, Realidades 1 (TB) (Interpersonal)
 Tema 3A – Communicative activity (situational cards), Realidades 1 Teacher’s Resources book (Interpersonal & Presentational)
 Tema 3A – Vocabulary production and grammar quizzes
 Tema 3A - End of unit summative assessment
Resources (websites, Blackboard, documents, etc.)
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www.successnetplus.com
www.phschool.com
www.conjuguemos.com
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www.quizlet.com
www.wordreference.com
Google Classroom
Presentational resources such as, but not limited to Google Drive (Docs, Slides, Forms, Drawings), Prezi, Storyboard That,
Vocaroo)
Microsoft Office Programs (Documents, Power Points)
Blackboard
Youtube
Other websites, as needed, such as Spanish language online news and magazines
Realidades 1 Audio CDs, MP3 files
Realidades 1 video accompaniments (DVD set, video files)
Suggested Time Frame:
3-4 weeks
Content Area:
Spanish 1
Unit Plan Title:
Tema 3B: Para mantener la salud (To keep being healthy)
Grade(s)
9, 10, 11, 12
CCS Standard(s) Addressed
 7.1.NM.A.1-5
 7.1.NM.B.1-5
 7.1.NM.C.1-5
Essential Questions (3-5)
 What do you and others like to eat and drink at dinnertime?
 What do you eat, drink and do to keep a healthy life style?
 What should people do if they want to be healthy?
 Do you understand cultural perspectives on diet and health?
Grammar Concepts
 Vocabulary: (cont.) food & beverages, expressions to discuss health and habits, expressions to discuss preferences, agreement,
disagreement, expressions to order food at a restaurant and adjectives to describe food (combined with chapter 5B)
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Review: Plural of adjectives
Review: Verb Ser
Anchor Text
 Realidades 1 (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Online practice workbook – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Writing, Audio and Visual (WAV) workbook (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary and Grammar book – Guided Practice (print and online) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Teacher Resource Book Temas 1-4/5-9 – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Informational Texts (3-5)
 “Fondo Cultural: Diego Rivera” – p.148
 “Fondo Cultural: El mate” – p.152
 “Gramactiva: The plural of adjectives” (review) – p.156
 “Gramactiva: The verb Ser” (review) – p.158
Short Texts (1-3)
 “A primera vista” / “First glance” – pp.148-149
 “Para mantener la salud” / “To keep being healthy” – pp.150-151
 “¡Adelante! La comida de los atletas” / “Go on! Athletes’ food” – pp.162-163
Suggested Speaking/Listening/Writing/Reading Assessments (Formative and Summative)
Activities may include, but are not limited to:
 Tema 3B – Vocabulary activities 3B-1-7 – pp.58-64, Realidades 1 Online practice workbook (Presentational)
 Tema 3B – Grammar practice activities 3B-1-4 – pp. 109-112, Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary Practice & Guided Practice
(Presentational)
 Tema 3B – Audio activities 5-9 – pp.63-65, Realidades 1 WAV book (Interpretive)
 Tema 3B – Guided reading activity, TPR “El camarero horrible” (“The horrible waiter”), Realidades 1 Online resources
(Interpersonal)
 Tema 3B - Videohistoria Listening and Writing Activity – pp.60-61, Realidades 1 WAV book (Interpretive/Presentational)
 Tema 3B – Writing activities 10-13 – pp.66-69, Realidades 1 WAV book (Presentational)
 Tema 3B – Audio/singing activity – “¿Sabroso o malo?” (Tasty o disgusting?), Realidades 1 Online resources (Interpretive &
Presentational)
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Tema 3B – Theme Project: Mi propio restaurant (My own restaurant), teacher-created (Interpersonal & Presentational)
Tema 3B – Communicative activities 6, 10, 13, 17 – pp.153-159, Realidades 1 (TB) (Interpersonal)
Tema 3B – Communicative activity (situational cards), Realidades 1 Teacher’s Resources book (Interpersonal & Presentational)
Tema 3B – Vocabulary production and grammar quizzes
Tema 3B - End of unit summative assessment
Resources (websites, Blackboard, documents, etc.)
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www.successnetplus.com
www.phschool.com
www.conjuguemos.com
www.quizlet.com
www.wordreference.com
Google Classroom
Presentational resources such as, but not limited to Google Drive (Docs, Slides, Forms, Drawings), Prezi, Storyboard That,
Vocaroo)
Microsoft Office Programs (Documents, Power Points)
Blackboard
Youtube
Other websites, as needed, such as Spanish language online news and magazines
Realidades 1 Audio CDs, MP3 files
Realidades 1 video accompaniments (DVD set, video files)
Suggested Time Frame:
3-4 weeks
Content Area:
Spanish 1
Unit Plan Title:
Tema 4A: ¿A dónde vas? (Where are you going?)
CCS Standard(s) Addressed
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7.1.NM.A.1-5
Grade(s)
9, 10, 11, 12
 7.1.NM.B.1-5
 7.1.NM.C.1-5
Essential Questions (3-5)
 Where do you go in your free time? What do you do there?
 What places do you visit on any given day?
 How do you create questions in Spanish?
Grammar Concepts
 Vocabulary: leisure activities, places, expressions to tell where and with whom you go, expressions to talk about when things are
done
 The verb ir and ir + a (combined with chapter 4B)
 Using ir to express immediate future
 Yes/No questions
 Question words
Anchor Text
 Realidades 1 (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Online practice workbook – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Writing, Audio and Visual (WAV) book (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary and Grammar Workbook – Guided Practice (print and online) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Teacher Resource Book Temas 1-4/5-9 – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Informational Texts (3-5)
 “Fondo Cultural: La plaza” – p.177
 “Gramactiva: The verb Ir” – p.181
 “Gramactiva: Asking questions” – p.184
 “Fondo Cultural: Movies” – p.185
 “Conexiones: Vamos al Viejo San Juan!” – p.19
Short Texts (1-3)
 “A primera vista” / “First glance” – pp.172-173
 “Un chico reservado” / “A shy boy” – pp.174-175
 “¡Adelante! Al centro commercial!” / “Go on! To the mall!” – pp.188-189
Suggested Speaking/Listening/Writing/Reading Assessments (Formative and Summative)
Activities may include, but are not limited to:
 Tema 4A – Vocabulary activities 4A-1-7 – pp.67-73 Realidades 1 Online practice workbook (Presentational)
 Tema 4A – Grammar practice activities 4A-1-5 – pp.125-129, Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary Practice & Guided Practice
(Presentational)
 Tema 4A – Audio activities 5-9 – pp.72-74, Realidades 1 WAV book (Interpretive)
 Tema 4A – Guided reading activity, TPR “¡Vamos a la playa!” (“Let’s go to the beach!”), Realidades 1 Online resources
(Interpersonal)
 Tema 4A - Videohistoria Listening and Writing Activity – pp.70-71, Realidades 1 WAV book (Interpretive/Presentational)
 Tema 4A – Writing activities 10-13 – pp.75-77, Realidades 1 WAV book (Presentational)
 Tema 4A – Audio/singing activity – “¿A dónde vas?” (Where are you going?), Realidades 1 Online resources (Interpretive &
Presentational)
 Tema 4A – Theme Project: “Una entrevista a…” (Interviewing…) – Teacher-created (Interpersonal & Presentational)
 Tema 4A – Communicative activities 6, 10, 12, 18 – pp.177-186, Realidades 1 (TB) (Interpersonal)
 Tema 4A – Communicative activity (situational cards), Realidades 1 Teacher’s Resource book (Interpersonal & Presentational)
 Tema 4A – Vocabulary production and grammar quizzes
 Tema 4A - End of unit summative assessment
Resources (websites, Blackboard, documents, etc.)
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www.successnetplus.com
www.phschool.com
www.conjuguemos.com
www.quizlet.com
www.wordreference.com
Google Classroom
Presentational resources such as, but not limited to Google Drive (Docs, Slides, Forms, Drawings), Prezi, Storyboard That,
Vocaroo)
Microsoft Office Programs (Documents, Power Points)
Blackboard
Youtube
Other websites, as needed, such as Spanish language online news and magazines
Realidades 1 Audio CDs, MP3 files
Realidades 1 video accompaniments (DVD set, video files)
Suggested Time Frame:
3-4 weeks
Content Area:
Spanish 1
Unit Plan Title:
Tema 4B: ¿Quieres ir conmigo? (Do you want to go with me?)
Grade(s)
9, 10, 11, 12
CCS Standard(s) Addressed
 7.1.NM.A.1-5
 7.1.NM.B.1-5
 7.1.NM.C.1-5
Essential Questions (3-5)
 What activities do you and others do outside of school?
 How do you extend, accept or decline invitations in Spanish?
 How do you express that an activity is going to happen?
Grammar Concepts
 Vocabulary: (cont.) leisure activities, review feelings, expressions for extending, accepting and declining invitations
 Review: ir + a
 Introduction of irregular (stem-changing) verbs
 Use Jugar, poder, querer, tener
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Realidades 1 (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Realidades 1 Online practice workbook – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Realidades 1 Writing, Audio and Visual (WAV) book (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary and Grammar Workbook – Guided Practice (print and online) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Realidades 1 Teacher Resource Book Temas 1-4/5-9 – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Informational Texts (3-5)
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“Fondo Cultural: La Noche de los Rábanos” – p.205
“Exploración del lenguage: Spanish words borrowed from English” – p.205
“Gramactiva: ir + a + infinitive” (review) – p.206
“Gramactiva: The verb jugar” – p.208
Short Texts (1-3)
 “A primera vista” / “First glance” – pp.198-199
 “¡A jugar!” / “Let’s play!” – pp.200-201
 “¡Adelante! Sergio y Lorena: El futuro del golf” / “Go on! Sergio y Lorena: The future of golf” – pp.212-213
Suggested Speaking/Listening/Writing/Reading Assessments (Formative and Summative)
Activities may include, but are not limited to:
 Tema 4B – Vocabulary activities 4B-1-7 – pp.58, Realidades 1 Online practice workbook (Presentational)
 Tema 4B – Grammar practice activities 4B-1-4 – pp.143-146, Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary Practice & Guided Practice
(Presentational)
 Tema 4B – Audio activities 5-9 – pp.81-83, Realidades 1 WAV book (Interpretive)
 Tema 4B – Guided reading activity, TPR “A Jorge le gusta besar” (“Jorge likes kissing”), Realidades 1 Online resources
(Interpersonal)
 Tema 4B - Videohistoria Listening and Writing Activity – pp.79-89, Realidades WAV book (Interpretive/Presentational)
 Tema 4B – Writing activities 10-13 – pp.84-87, Realidades 1 WAV book (Presentational)
 Tema 4B – Audio/singing activity – “¿Qué vas a hacer?” (What are you going to do?), Realidades 1 Online resources
(Interpretive & Presentational)
 Tema 4B – Theme Project: Guía para el tiempo libre (Weekend entertainment guide), Realidades 1 Online resources
(Interpersonal & Presentational)
 Tema 4B – Communicative activities 8, 10, 20 – pp.203-209, Realidades 1 (TB) (Interpersonal)
 Tema 4B – Communicative activity (situational cards), Realidades 1 Teacher’s Resource book (Interpersonal & Presentational)
 Tema 4B – Vocabulary production and grammar quizzes
 Tema 4B - End of unit summative assessment
Resources (websites, Blackboard, documents, etc.)
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www.successnetplus.com
www.phschool.com
www.conjuguemos.com
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www.quizlet.com
www.wordreference.com
Google Classroom
Presentational resources such as, but not limited to Google Drive (Docs, Slides, Forms, Drawings), Prezi, Storyboard That,
Vocaroo)
Microsoft Office Programs (Documents, Power Points)
Blackboard
Youtube
Other websites, as needed, such as Spanish language online news and magazines
Realidades 1 Audio CDs, MP3 files
Realidades 1 video accompaniments (DVD set, video files)
Suggested Time Frame:
3-4 weeks
Content Area:
Spanish 1
Unit Plan Title:
Tema 5A: Una fiesta de cumpleaños (A birthday party)
CCS Standard(s) Addressed
 7.1.NM.A.1-5
 7.1.NM.B.1-5
 7.1.NM.C.1-5
Essential Questions (3-5)
 What members comprise your family?
 What events do you celebrate as a family?
 Do you know how to express possession?
Grammar Concepts
 Vocabulary: Family and parties
 Review the verb tener
Grade(s)
9, 10, 11, 12
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Possessive adjectives
Anchor Text
 Realidades 1 (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Online practice workbook – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Writing, Audio and Visual (WAV) book (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary and Grammar Workbook – Guided Practice (print and online) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
 Realidades 1 Teacher Resource Book Temas 1-4/5-9 – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Informational Texts (3-5)
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“Fondo Cultural: Camen Lomas Garza (1948-)” – p.220
“Fondo Cultural: El papel picado” – p.226
“Gramactiva: Review of the verb Tener” – p.228
“Gramactiva: Possessive adjectives” – p.232
Short Texts (1-3)
 “A primera vista” / “First glance” – pp.222-223
 “¡Feliz cumpleaños!” / “Happy birthday!” – pp.224-225
 “¡Adelante! Mis padres te invitan a mi fiesta de quince años” / “Go on! My parents invite you to my sweet fifteen birthday party”
– pp.238
Suggested Speaking/Listening/Writing/Reading Assessments (Formative and Summative)
Activities may include, but are not limited to:
 Tema 5A – Vocabulary activities 5A-1-7 – pp.85-91 Realidades 1 Online practice workbook (Presentational)
 Tema 5A – Grammar practice activities 5A-1-5 – pp.159162, Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary Practice & Guided Practice
(Presentational)
 Tema 5A – Audio activities 5-9 – pp.91-94, Realidades 1WAV book (Interpretive)
 Tema 5A – Guided reading activity, TPR “La fiesta de sorpresa” (“A surprise party”), Realidades 1 Online resources
(Interpersonal)
 Tema 5A - Videohistoria Listening and Writing Activity – pp. 87-90, Realidades 1 WAV book (Interpretive/Presentational)
 Tema 5A – Writing activities 10-13 – pp.95-98, Realidades 1 WAV book (Presentational)
 Tema 5A – Audio/singing activity – “Fiesta de cumpleaños” (A birthday party), Realidades 1 Online resources (Interpretive &
Presentational)
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Tema 5A – Communicative activities 6, 8, 10, 22 – pp.227-234, Realidades 1 (TB) (Interpersonal)
Tema 5A – Communicative activity (situational cards), Realidades 1 Teacher’s Resource book (Interpersonal & Presentational)
Tema 5A – Vocabulary production and grammar quizzes
Tema 5A - End of unit summative assessment
Resources (websites, Blackboard, documents, etc.)
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www.successnetplus.com
www.phschool.com
www.conjuguemos.com
www.quizlet.com
www.wordreference.com
Google Classroom
Presentational resources such as, but not limited to Google Drive (Docs, Slides, Forms, Drawings), Prezi, Storyboard That,
Vocaroo)
Microsoft Office Programs (Documents, Power Points)
Blackboard
Youtube
Other websites, as needed, such as Spanish language online news and magazines
Realidades 1 Audio CDs, MP3 files
Realidades 1 video accompaniments (DVD set, video files)
Suggested Time Frame:
III.
3 weeks
METHODS OF STUDENTS EVALUATION (ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION)
In order to evaluate students’ progress in the World Language classroom, assessments are divided into formative and summative assessments.
While formative assessments may be graded or ungraded, summative assessments are always graded.
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Formative Assessments that are graded include:
Homework assignments
In-class reading, writing, speaking and listening activities
Class participation
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Cooperative learning activities
Stations activities
Digital lessons with accompanying assessments (such as, but not limited to: EduPuzzle, Educanon, Blackboard mash-ups)
Webquests
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Formative Assessments that may or may not be graded include:
Warm-ups/”Do Now” activities
Exit slips/passes
Review games (such as Jeopardy, Kahoot!, Against the Clock, among others)
Surveys (either written or via Google Forms)
Rough drafts for writing assignments and projects
Think-Pair-Share activity
Highlighter / Peer-teaching activity
Dictation exercises
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IV.
Summative Assessments (graded):
Quizzes
o Vocabulary, grammar
o Assess writing, listening or speaking skills
o Taken from Realidades 1 Assessments, or teacher-created
o Paper or online format
End of unit exams
o Assess reading, writing, listening and speaking skills
o Taken from Realidades 1 Assessments, or teacher-created
o Paper or online format
Mid or End of unit projects
o Assess writing, speaking and/or comprehension skills
o Taken from Realidades 1Teacher Resource Book, or teacher-created
o Print or digital format (where applicable)
Class presentations on a given theme or grammatical topic
Research Simulated Tasks (RSTs)
LIST OF TEXTBOOKS, INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS & SOFTWARE
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Realidades 1 (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
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Realidades 1 Online practice workbook – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Realidades 1 Writing, Audio and Visual workbook (print and online interactive textbook) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Realidades 1 Teacher Resource Book, Temas Para Empezar - 5 – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Realidades 1 Guided Practice Workbook – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Realidades 1 Audio CDs, MP3 files – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Realidades 1 Teacher Express CD-ROM
Realidades 1 video accompaniments (DVD set, video files) – Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014
Realidades 1 ExamView Software
www.successnetplus.com To access the Realidades series online textbook
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Other instructional materials include, but are not limited to:
www.phschool.com To access webcodes for Realidades related online chapter activities
Spanish language websites
Films
Music
Poetry
Visual arts (paintings, posters, photographs)
Opinion Polls
Online dictionary: www.wordreference.com
Vocabulary building: www.quizlet.com
Grammar practice: www.conjuguemos.com
V. INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
Listening and speaking activities
Singing activities
Paired communicative activities
Reading silently and aloud
Guided reading activities
Role playing
Dialog creation
 Note taking/note making
 Flipped Classroom techniques
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Watching and responding to media
Brainstorming (think-aloud/written)/ Think-Pair-Share
Free writing
Drafting/writing
Revising and editing
Participating in small and large groups
Researching to make connections to texts and classroom discussions
Research Simulated Tasks (RST’s)
Collaborative projects
Answering questions (oral/written)
Summarizing
Analyzing texts
Learning stations
Collaborative projects/Project-Based learning
Answering questions (oral/written)
Peer teaching
Interviewing (topic specific questioning/collecting data/creating questions that will get the desired response)
Surveys/Polls with summarization
Playing educational games
Creating educational games
Field trips (Cultural and professional opportunities)
VI. SCOPE AND SEQUENCE
I = Introduce
D = Develop
R = Reinforce
M = Master
SKILLS TO BE LEARNED
Recognize familiar spoken or written words and phrases
contained in culturally authentic materials using electronic
information sources related to targeted themes.
IDRM
Demonstrate comprehension of simple, oral and written
directions, commands, and requests through appropriate
physical response.
DRM
Recognize a few common gestures and cultural practices
associated with target culture(s).
IRD
Identify familiar people, places, objects, and activities in daily
life based on oral or written descriptions.
IRDM
Demonstrate comprehension of brief oral and written messages
on familiar topics.
DRM
Use digital tools to exchange basic information at the word and
memorized-phrase level related to self and targeted themes.
IDR
Give and follow simple oral and written directions, commands,
and requests when participating in age-appropriate classroom and
cultural activities.
Imitate appropriate gestures and intonation of the target
culture/language during greetings, leave-takings, and daily
interactions.
Use basic information at the word, memorized-phrase level to
create multimedia-rich presentations on targeted themes to be
shared virtually with a target language audience.
Imitate, recite, and/or dramatize simple poetry, rhymes, songs and
skits.
IDRM
IDRM
IDR
IDR
Copy/write words, phrases or simple guided texts on familiar
topics.
IDR
Present information from age or level-appropriate material orally
or in writing.
IDR
Name and label tangible cultural products and imitate cultural
practices from the target culture.
IDR
*Adapted from the 2014 New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards for World Language for Novice-Mid Learners
(http://www.state.nj.us/education/cccs/2014/wl/)
VII. PACING CHART – See II. Course Outline
VIII. STUDENT HANDOUT
COURSE DESCRIPTION
Spanish 1 is designed for students who have very little to no background in the Spanish language and culture. These students will be
introduced to common vocabulary, phrases and concepts necessary for daily interpersonal interaction. Emphasis will be place on basic
communication and comprehension in everyday situations. Students will gain a working knowledge of the basic structure of the target
language using the present tense. Thematic learning objectives are presented within the framework of the three modes of communication,
as outlined by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACFTL): Interpersonal, Interpretive and Presentational. All
activities and assignments are aligned with the three modes and with the NJ Core Curriculum Content Standards for the Novice-Mid level.
The main focus is to develop their basic language skills in preparation for further language study.
Themes that will be covered in this level include: the alphabet, numbers, self and others’ physical and personality descriptions, the
classroom and school routines, food, beverages, eating and health habits, hobbies and leisure activities. Additionally, stress will be placed
on cultural topics dealing with Spanish customs, the arts, and Spanish influence in the United States. Students will recognize and practice
culturally appropriate social behaviors and gestures that occur in everyday life. They will identify geographical features, historical
landmarks, and major sites of the areas where the target language is spoken and their influences on that culture. Students will demonstrate
cultural knowledge related to the curricular topics presented in the classroom.
PROFICIENCIES
The Novice-Mid language learner understands and communicates at the word level and can independently identify and recognize
memorized words and phrases that bring meaning to text, in order to:
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Develop identity through experiences that occur within one’s family, one’s community, and the culture at large. (Topics that assist
in the development of this understanding include, but are not limited to: self, friends, family, pets, physical/personality
descriptions, school, likes/dislikes and pastimes.) (7.1.NM.A.1-A.4)
Observe and participate in culturally authentic activities that contribute to familiarization with cultural products and practices.
(Topics and activities that assist in the development of this understanding include, but are not limited to: celebrations, songs, and
dances) (7.1.NM.A.3-A.5)
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Understand and express healthy eating habits and fitness practices and how these vary across cultures. (Topics that assist in the
development of this understanding include, but are not limited to: foods, beverages, eating at home or in restaurants and wellness
practices). (7.1.NM.A.1-A.5)
Understand leisure activities and how these are perceived across cultures. (Topics that assist in the development of this
understanding include, but are not limited to: home life, places in the community, and activities within the community)
(7.1.NM.A.1-.A.5)
Learn about age- and developmentally appropriate content hat is of high interest to students and has a direct connection to the
cultural contexts of the target language. (Content that assist in the development of this understanding include, but are not limited
to: all content areas and popular culture) (7.1.NM.A.1-A.5)
Formulate and respond to other’s questions. (7.1.NM.B.1-B.5)
State needs and preferences. (7.1.NM.B.1-B.5)
Describe people, places, and things. (7.1.NM.B.1-B.5)
Make lists. (7.1.NM.C.1-C.5)
Develop an age- and developmentally appropriate understanding of where and how people live and why events occur. (Content
areas that assist in the development of this understanding include, but are not limited to: history, science, economics, and
geography.) (7.1.NM.A, B, & C)
*Adapted from the 2014 New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards for World Language for Novice-Mid Learners
(http://www.state.nj.us/education/cccs/2014/wl/)

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