School Year 2020/2021: First week of school announcements for Spanish classes
Please be patient as I adjust my lessons to blend traditional in-class learning with virtual learning. You can reach me through my email at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. My concern is for your student, specifically, his or her academic progress. I will check my email frequently and try to get back to you within a day. Thank you for sending your child to Millersburg Area School District. Best wishes for a HEALTHY school year. Srta. Shaffer
Intro to Spanish, Period 1
Intro to Spanish, Period 2
Spanish II, Period 4
Spanish III, Period 5
Spanish II, Period 6
Spanish III, Period 7
Spanish II, Period 8
School Phone : 717-692-2108 (extension 1153)
email address:email@example.comCourse Descriptions/Middle School & High SchoolMiddle School Introduction to Spanish Course Description
This 9 week beginner course in Spanish is designed for middle school students to present the basics of the Spanish language in the form of everyday vocabulary and elementary grammar concepts. Culture, geography, current events and conversation are hallmarks of this course. This course can prepare students for success in Spanish I. Chapter I, Realidades I will be the foundation of the course, with lessons responding to student needs and interests as well as news events in the Spanish speaking world. Reference materials will be text book Realidades I, periodicals and map lessons via internet as well as text workbook and DVD’s.
Grading will be based upon guided assessments, projects and work completed in class on a daily basis.
As per the student handbook, students have five school days to take any missed assessment. These assessments may be taken during study hall or before or after school.
Students may take an assessment again if they receive a grade lower than 75%. A maximum grade of 75% can be achieved on these assessments.
Spanish II course descriptionThis course is exclusively for students who have completed Spanish 1 to continue onto Spanish 2. This course will have students learning new vocabulary and new grammar while simultaneously reviewing material learned from Spanish 1.
Students will read, write and converse in Spanish with target vocabulary and target grammar from each textbook chapter of Realidades 1. Students must bring their notebook, graphic organizer and a pencil to class each day. Graphic organizers will be given to students at the start of each chapter. Textbooks will be used daily and will remain in the classroom. Students will also be taught with workbooks, CDs and DVDs from the Realidades 1 textbook.
As per the student handbook, students have five school days to take any missed assessment. These assessments may be taken during a study hall, as well as before or after school.
Students may take an assessment again if they receive a grade lower than seventy five percent. A maximum grade of seventy five percent can be achieved on these assessments.
Students are able to access exercises and practice exams online from the Realidades 1 textbook.
If you need additional information or have any questions, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 692-2108 ext.1153.