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Spanish II

Course ID: 1017

Spanish II meets the state requirements for the second year of Spanish high school instruction. Students continue to further develop and improve listening, speaking, reading and writing skills while building on the foundation they obtained in Spanish 1. In addition to written/oral tests and quizzes, students are assessed using a variety of formats: oral dialogues, presentations, written compositions and other means. They will continue memorizing Scripture passages to broaden their vocabulary and prepare them to share the gospel with native Spanish-speakers. Average students should expect to spend about 4-5 hours a week outside of the classroom on their assignments for this class.

Prerequisites: Spanish I with a grade of 85 or better, Spanish 2 Placement Test 2022
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Please follow the directions on the test, scan and email the test results to the instructor. Email listed below.

Prerequisites: Spanish I with a grade of 85 or better, Spanish 2 Placement Test 2022.pdf


Resources and Materials:

  1. Realidades 2 (2014 Edition)


    — Author: Boyles, Prentice Hall


    — ISBN-13: 9780133199666


    — Cost: Free on loan from Mrs. Ayala


    I have eight Spanish 2 textbooks available to lend out as long as supplies last. Each student is still responsible to purchase a workbook. Please email me at spanishtutor2006@gmail.com

  2. Realidades Level 2 - Leveled Vocabulary and Grammar Workbook ORDER EARLY! because they often go on back-order


    — Author: Prentice Hall


    — ISBN-10: 0133225720


    — ISBN-13: 9780133225723


    — Cost: $24


    ORDER EARLY, because they often go on back-order!


    (This workbook is consumable and must be purchased new.)

Categories: Foreign Language
Target Levels: Grade 9; Grade 10; Grade 11; Grade 12
High School Credits: 1

Tuition and Class Schedule by Academic Term:

Full Year 2024-25

Topics and Objectives
1. Para Empezar ¿Cómo eres tú? ¿Qué haces?
— Talk about what you and other people are like.
— Tell where you and other people are from.
— Talk about things you and other people do.
— Talk about how often you do certain things.
2. 1A ¿Qué haces en la escuela?
— Describe classroom objects and activities.
— Talk about classroom rules.
— Express affirmative and negative ideas.
— Compare the school rules and customs in other countries with those of your own school.
3. 1B ¿Qué haces después de las clases?
— Talk about extracurricular activities.
— Compare people and things.
— Say what people know or what they know how to do.
— Say with whom or what people are familiar.
— Ask and tell how long something has been going on.
— Understand cultural perspectives on extracurricular activities.
4. 2A ¿Cómo te preparas?
— Describe getting ready for a special event.
— Talk about daily routines.
— Describe people and things.
— Express possession.
— Understand cultural perspectives on clothing.
5. 2B ¿Qué ropa compraste?
— Describe clothing and fashion.
— Talk about going shopping.
— Describe events in the past.
— Point out specific objects.
— Avoid repetition when comparing similar things.
— Understand cultural perspectives on parties.
6. 3A ¿Qué hiciste ayer?
— Talk about things you did and where you did them.
— Explain why you couldn't do certain things.
— Describe things you bought and where you bought them.
— Understand cultural perspectives on shopping.
7. 3B ¿Cómo se va...?
— Give directions for getting to places.
— Give a friend directions for a task.
— Discuss driving and good driving habits.
— Understand cultural perspectives on neighborhoods.
8. 4A Cuando éramos niños
— Discuss childhood toys and games.
— Describe what you were like as a child.
— Discuss to or for whom something is done.
— Understand cultural perspectives on childhood songs.
9. 4B Celebrando los días festivos
— Describe holiday celebrations.
— Talk about your family and relatives.
— Describe people, places, and situations in the past.
— Talk about how people interact.
— Understand cultural perspectives on holidays and special events.
10. 5A Un acto heroico
— Discuss emergencies, crises, rescues, and heroic acts.
— Describe past situations and settings.
— Describe weather conditions.
— Understand cultural perspectives on natural disasters and legends.
11. 5B Un Accidente
— Describe an accident scene.
— Talk about injuries and treatments.
— Talk about what you were doing when an accident occurred.
— Understand cultural perspectives on health.
12. 6A ¿Viste el partido en la televisión?
— Talk about what you saw on television.
— Explain how you feel about watching television.
— Understand cultural perspectives on television programs in Spanish-speaking countries.
13. 6B ¿Qué película has visto?
— Discuss movie plots and characters.
— Give opinions about movies.
— Talk about activities you have done.
— Understand cultural perspectives on movies.
14. 7A ¿Cómo se hace la paella?
— Talk about food and cooking.
— Tell others what not to do.
— Describe what people generally do.
— Understand cultural perspectives on recipes and food preparation.

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