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World Languages

This is a study at the AP level of Spanish on the Guerra Sucia of Argentina.  Although the instructions are in English, all work would be done in the target language.

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This is the second unit in a Spanish 1 course.  It covers school related vocabulary, gustar, telling time, -ar verbs in present and preterite.

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This is a very primitive sketch of what I woul like to do while reading the graphic novel for Don Quixote. It is not fully developed yet.

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This is a unit plan for a blended learning Spanish class.  I will teach the grammar and the majority of the vocabulary to the students face to face in the classroom.  We will use the computer lab 1-2 times a week to complete enrichment activities that enhance and differentiate learning.

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This is the very first basic unit for a Spanish 1 course.  This unit works with cognates, the alphabet, numbers 0-30, introductions, ser and estar. 

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The following unit includes seven lessons about air and train travel in France. These lessons also include grammar instruction on discerning when to use the passé composé and imparfait in past tense narration, the conjugation of the irregular verb “venir” and its related verbs, as well as how to select the appropriate preposition to precede a geographical location.

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Students learn the basics and fundamentals of greetings and farewells. They also learn how to address individuals according to their correct titles and to ask and answer questions.

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This plan is meant for use in a middle or high school blended Spanish classroom. It combines both classroom and online learning in a way that will guide students through the process of being able to use complete sentences to describe people in Spanish.

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