1 SYLLABUS FOR SPANISH 1002 Spring 2015 INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Cecily F. Brown OFFICE: 214C Folwell Hall TELEPHONE: OFFICE HOURS: M AM, TH PM and by appointment Bienvenido, bienvenida a español 1002! This class is the second half of a year-long, beginning-level Spanish course developed for students with no previous language experience. You are here because you have successfully completed Spanish Felicidades! Please be aware that Spanish 1002 is challenging because we will have a new verb tense or mood every single chapter! Our goal is that you will become acquainted with the major verb tenses of Spanish and acquire a proficiency level of Novice High-Intermediate Low. When you complete this class successfully you can go on to Spanish 1003, Intermediate Spanish. Methodology. Spanish 1002 is taught using the communicative approach, as are all the language classes in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Studies. This approach to language instruction is supported by many years of research into second language acquisition and has proven to be highly successful among adult learners. With this approach, classes are conducted in the target language as much as possible. Each lesson focuses on particular target grammatical form/s and set of vocabulary, which are presented in connection with content which provides a meaningful context for practice. Through this structured exposure to content in the target language ( comprehensible input ) and structured oral and written practice ( output ), students develop an implicit, internal understanding of the language which enables them to communicate effectively. Also, by working with cultural content, students develop a growing understanding of the many cultures of the Spanishspeaking world. The ultimate goals of this program are, first, that you will become able to speak, understand, read and write in Spanish within certain contexts (e.g. you will be able to give recommendations for healthy living and talk about what you did last weekend but probably will not discuss nuances of foreign policy or global economics). Second, that you will learn about Spanish-speaking cultures and reflect upon your own culture. We will provide as many opportunities as possible to practice actual communication in the classroom. Your active participation in class is expected at all times. We will dedicate the majority of each class to partner and small group interactions in Spanish. We will talk about strategies for learning, reading, and writing in Spanish, but we will not usually spend class time on explanations of grammar. When you have questions about grammar, you have many resources available to you. 1. Your instructor (after class, office hour, ) 2. Your textbook (consultorio grammatical in each chapter) 3. MySpanishLab (Help button on each assignment, Verb Charts, Tutorials, and Additional Practice) 4. Tutoring Lab in 217 Folwell Hall Materials Required: SAME AS LAST SEMESTER! DO NOT BUY ANYTHING NEW! Gente, Tercera edición De la Fuente, Martín, Sans. Pearson-Prentice Hall Publishing Company, MySpanishLab access code, purchased last semester, and course code, available from your instructor. All you need is the new course code!
2 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página 2 Course Expectations. When you study a language, you are acquiring a skill. I am here to help you learn, but your success is up to you! Remember that this is a five credit course Come to class prepared and participate actively Complete all homework and submit it on time Ask for help when you need it Use the language inside and outside the classroom! Respect others and the learning process Collaborate with classmates to complete activities Tolerate ambiguity Weekly schedule. Spanish 1002 is a five credit, five-day-a-week class. Though we normally will not meet on Fridays, students are requested to leave all five days of the week available and not to schedule work or another class on Fridays. You will always have written assignments to complete independently on Fridays and twice during the semester we will have required classes on Fridays: On Friday, February 13, we will have a guest facilitator to help us through a Language Learning Self-Assessment Activity and on Friday, March 6, we will have our first Partnered Exchange. Attendance Policy. Interaction in the target language is essential to your learning. For that reason, daily attendance is required. With an accumulation of more than four unexcused absences your course grade will be lowered 3%. Subsequent absences will lower your grade an additional 3% for every day missed. Excessive absences, even if excused, may result in the recommendation that you drop the class and/or retake the level. If you think that you can do well without attending class, you should consider moving to a higher level. Grades: A/F students must have a score of 60% or higher to receive credit for the course and a 70% or higher to be eligible to enroll in the next course. S/N students must have a score of 70% or higher to get an S. In general, students should plan to take 1xxx-level language courses for a grade, particularly if they are considering a major or minor in Spanish. A %; A %; B %; B 86-83%; B ; C %; C 76-73%; C %; D %; D 66-60%; and below 60% F. Your final course grade will be calculated according to the following: 9% Daily Homework in MSL 5% Tarea Participation 30% Weekly Written Homework: 10% 2 Partnered Exchanges -10% Vistas Culturales 10% 5 Chapter Tests -10% Gente en Acción 20% 2 Unit Exams -10% Cuaderno Compositions 15% Final Exams 1% Final Oral Presentation Daily homework in MySpanishLab: Every day, you will be assigned online work in the Online Student Activity Manual, or SAM, in MySpanishLab. MSL homework will provide necessary practice after class. Completion of daily homework is essential to successful language learning. You will have five tries to complete each activity. The website will provide feedback and recommend resources if you have problems completing an activity correctly. You should complete your homework on the day it is assigned, but late homework will be accepted with a 10% deduction for each day it is late. Homework in MSL is due at 11.59pm. Note: You will need to use Mozilla Firefox for MSL.
3 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página 3 Weekly written homework: This course is 4 + 1, meaning that we meet in the classroom four days a week and students do approximately three hours of coursework independently on the fifth day. We will not meet in the classroom on Fridays. On Fridays, students will work independently wherever they can have comfortable access to a computer. On these days, students will complete written homework to hand in. This written work is worth 30% of the course grade because it is essential to successful learning in the course. There will be three kinds of written assignments: Vistas Culturales, Gente en Acción, and Cuaderno Compositions. Vistas Culturales. The study of culture is intrinsic to the study of language. We will study the culture of eight different Spanish-speaking countries over the course of the semester, one for each chapter. To enhance the cultural content offered by our textbook, Gente, we have incorporated a video series called Vistas Culturales. Each Vistas Culturales video is about minutes long. Students will watch these videos and complete a worksheet to hand in as part of their weekly written homework. Worksheets are due on the Monday after they are assigned. Gente en Accción. Gente en acción is a series of videos coordinated with our textbook. Each four-minute video shows a group of five native speakers from various countries carrying out a real-life task related to the vocabulary, grammar and content of our chapter. Students will watch these videos and complete a worksheet to hand in as part of their weekly written homework. Worksheets are due on the next day after they are assigned. Cuaderno Compositions. For most students, writing is an essential way to internalize what they are learning. During Spanish 1002, students will write five compositions in Spanish in Cuaderno, an online notebook specifically designed for beginning language students. The assignment for each of these compositions will be related to the vocabulary, grammar and content of the chapter it accompanies. Please note that the use of online translators is not permitted. For the weeks that you have a Cuaderno assignment, it will be available from Wednesday to Sunday and is due at 11.55pm on Sunday evening. Late work will not be accepted. Note that you will need to use Mozilla Firefox to access Cuaderno. Final Presentation: At the end of the semester, students will give brief oral presentations in Spanish about one of the Spanish-speaking countries we have studied this year. Tareas: Each chapter of our textbook culminates in a tarea, or task, that students will accomplish in Spanish with a small group of classmates. This is your opportunity to put your Spanish to use in a spontaneous conversation. Students will work together, speaking only in Spanish, to complete the task, recording their work in a short, informal written piece. Students must participate actively in the completion of the task by speaking often and speak exclusively in Spanish to earn full points. Partnered Exchanges: Twice during the semester students will demonstrate their oral proficiency in Spanish by completing a brief conversational exchange with a classmate. These exchanges will take place on Friday, March 6, and Monday, May 4. These exchanges are the students opportunity to show how well they can handle a simple, spontaneous conversation. The content of these conversations will be drawn from material we have covered in class and students will be evaluated based on the appropriate proficiency level (students are not expected to be fluent speakers yet!). The exchanges will take place in an audio lab, where students will talk with their partners using headphones and microphones so that they may be recorded. On the days of the partnered exchanges, class will meet in Jones Hall. Chapter Tests: At the end of Chapters 11, 13, 14, 15 and 17 we will take a short test. These tests will help students to gauge their progress and success as they continue the learning process. Each test might include a listening and/or a reading section, and all will include culture and writing sections. Chapter tests will focus on the material covered in the chapter. Please note that there will be no make ups of chapter tests.
4 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página 4 Unit Exams. Twice during the semester we will take Unit Exams. The first Unit Exam covers chapters 10, 11 and 12. The second Unit Exam covers chapters 13, 14, 15 and 16. These tests will allow students the opportunity to consolidate their learning and will challenge them to work with the material at a more comprehensive level. Exams will include listening, reading, culture and writing sections. Final Exams: At the end of the semester, we will take final exams. These exams will be cumulative, meaning that they will include fundamental material from throughout the semester. The final exam will be given in two parts: listening and written. The final listening exam will be given in our regular classroom on the last day of class to facilitate listening comprehension. The final written exam will be given during exam week on the date and time listed at the end of the syllabus. Scholastic Dishonesty. Scholastic dishonesty is any act that violates the rights of another student with respect to academic work or that involves misrepresentation of a student s own work. Scholastic dishonesty includes (but is not limited to) cheating on assignments or examinations, plagiarizing (misrepresenting as one s own anything done by another), submitting the same or substantially similar papers (or creative work) for more than one course without consent of all instructors concerned, and sabotaging another s work. Scholastic dishonesty in any portion of the academic work for a course shall be grounds for awarding a grade of F or N for the entire course. NOTE: Use of on-line translators is not allowed. Work done with the assistance of on-line translators will receive no credit. If you have any questions regarding plagiarism, please go the following site:
5 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página 5 Disability Accommodations: Any student who requires special arrangements in order to meet course requirements should contact the instructor as soon as possible to discuss the necessary accommodations. Students requesting accommodations must present the appropriate verification from Disability Resource Center. Disability Accommodations for testing: We will not be able to provide suitable testing accommodations in the department. For that reason, we will ask you to schedule your exams through the DRC Testing Center s website. Please remember the DRC Testing Center requires one week s notice for exams via their online system: We recommend that you schedule all of your exams for the semester as soon as possible. Make sure to include the following information with your submission to the DS Testing Center: 1. Instructor: Your instructor s name and last name, U of M and office phone number 2. Coordinator: Cecily Brown Exam dates as listed in the syllabus, start time for your class, and time allowed for the class, which is 30 minutes for Chapter tests and 50 minutes for Unit Tests. There are five Chapter Tests and two Unit Exams plus the final listening and written exams. Resources on MSL: Your etext of Gente on MSL includes the whole textbook, complete with all audio. If you are having trouble with listening activities in class, you should preview and review them at home. Tutorials (in English) explain grammar concepts. Additional Practice provides extra exercises that are not graded. Tutor Lab: All Spanish language students are invited to visit tutors in the Tutor Lab, located in 217 Folwell Hall. The Tutor Lab is staffed by Spanish and Portuguese instructors who provide help to all Spanish and Portuguese language students, free of charge. It is open: Monday-Tuesday 10am-6pm, Wednesday-Thursday 9am-5pm, and Friday 10am-12pm. Service becomes available during the second week of the semester. Media Center: The Media Center, 135 Jones Hall, has computers for your use as a language student. The hours are: Monday-Thursday: 7:45 am-7:30 pm, Friday: 7:45 am-4:30 pm. Useful Websites: MySpanishLab: Cuaderno: (use Firefox) Department of Spanish and Portuguese: Spanish and Portuguese Across Cultures Organization (SPACO): CLA Language Center: Learning Abroad Center: Spanish Grammar practice: Strategies for Enhancing Spanish Grammar: Study Spanish.com: Word Reference (online dictionary): Note: This syllabus is a SUGGESTED outline for the instructor and the student; some contents may vary according to the needs of the group or when special circumstances arise.
6 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página 6 UNIVERSITY GRADING STANDARDS ********************************* A Achievement that is outstanding relative to the level necessary to meet course requirements. B Achievement that is significantly above the level necessary to meet course requirements. C/S Achievement that meets the course requirements in every respect. D Achievement that is worthy of credit even though it fails to meet fully the course requirements. F/N Represents failure (or no credit) and signifies that the work was either (1) completed but at a level of achievement that is not worthy of credit or (2) was not completed and there was no agreement between the instructor and the student that the student would be awarded an I. I Incomplete. Assigned at the discretion of the level supervisors when, due to extraordinary circumstances, e.g., hospitalization, a student is prevented from completing the work of the course on time. The student must have completed at least 70% of the required coursework to be eligible for consideration. Requires a written agreement between instructor, level supervisor and student. Academic Dishonesty ***************** Academic dishonesty in any portion of the academic work for a course shall be grounds for awarding a grade of F or N for the entire course. Credits and Workload Expectations ***************************** For undergraduate courses, one credit is defined as equivalent to an average of three hours of learning effort per week (over a full semester) necessary for an average student to achieve an average grade in the course. For example, a student taking a five-credit course that meets for five hours a week should expect to spend an additional ten hours a week on coursework outside the classroom. SPANISH DEPARTMENT FINAL EXAM MAKE-UP POLICY ******************************************************* The only valid excuses for taking a make-up final exam are the following: (1) you have another exam scheduled at the same time, or (2) you have 3 exams scheduled within a 24 hour period. Work and family vacations are not acceptable reasons for missing a final exam in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese. In order to take the make-up final, you must demonstrate that you have a valid excuse as defined above. You must show your instructor a copy of the syllabus(es) from the class(es) that conflict with the Spanish final at least one week prior to the last day of class (by Friday, May 1, 2015). Failure to do so will result in your inability to take the make-up final and may result in failure of the course, for this is not considered an extraordinary circumstance to merit an incomplete. It is the responsibility of the student, not the instructor, to present the appropriate verification to the course instructor and/or supervisor.
7 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página 7 DEPARTMENT OF SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE: GENERAL INFORMATION 2015 PLACEMENT If you feel that you are not enrolled at the proper level, speak with your instructor about the problem as soon as possible. If your instructor feels you are not at the proper level, s/he may be able to suggest an alternative course. GOALS OF THE PROGRAM The primary goal of the Spanish and Portuguese language program is to help you develop all four language skills--listening, reading, speaking and writing--within a communicative approach. (It does not mean speaking like a native after one or two years.) Grammar will be studied as needed to help you make yourself be understood, and especially to avoid being misunderstood in the language. Homework assignments and some classroom activities will help you learn to read and write the language. However, most class time will be spent improving your speaking and listening skills. CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES Since the ultimate goal of the program is to help you communicate in the foreign language, we will give you as many opportunities as possible to practice actual communication in the classroom. Though activities involving communication are often the most difficult, they are also the most fun. Your active participation in class is expected at all times. In order to make the best of class time for communicative activities, long explanations of grammar will be avoided in class. Grammar points are explained in the text and MySpanishLab, and you are expected to study them thoroughly. If you are confused you can obtain individual help from your instructor or in the Tutoring Lab. In order to increase your ability to understand spoken Spanish or Portuguese, classes will be conducted primarily in those languages. You should talk to your instructor if you have difficulty understanding her/him. ATTENDANCE According to university policy, any student who is absent the first day of class can be denied admission to the class. All students, both registered and non-registered, will lose their place in class and move to the bottom of the waiting list after any absence during the first five days of class. The instructor may lower the student s oral participation grade after more than two unexcused absences a semester. After 4 absences (day school or 2 absences from an evening or summer session class) the student s course grade will be lowered 3%. Subsequent absences will lower the grade 3% for every day missed. ORAL PRACTICE OUTSIDE OF CLASS Although we will devote the majority of class time to speaking/listening activities, your ability to "survive" in Spanish or Portuguese will depend on your willingness to make the best use of your study time. Regular and active practice in addition to the daily online homework is a required part of the program and will help you prepare for some class activities and reinforce others. Plan to work outside of class with your classmates and make the effort to search out Spanish speakers on campus and in your community. We suggest that short daily practice periods (1-2 hours) are much more effective than marathon (10 hours once a week) sessions. TESTS All tests will include oral and written questions to test your listening, reading and writing abilities. Tests will include a reading and/or a brief composition. Tests will concentrate primarily on recently learned material, but you are responsible for previously learned items. (All learning of new material necessarily involves building on what you have learned previously!) The FINAL EXAM will be cumulative in that sense, though it will focus on chapter 19. Speaking/listening skills will also be evaluated by your instructor based on your daily classroom participation, Tarea participation, Final Oral Presentations, and two Partnered Exchanges. There will be no make ups of regular tests. COURSE EVALUATIONS Near the end of the semester, you will have the opportunity to evaluate the course, textbooks, and your instructor, but your comments are welcome at any time. You should direct them to the Supervisor of your level. DLI, Dr. Mandy Menke 214A Folwell Hall Dr. Frances Matos-Schultz 214C Folwell Hall Dr. Angela Carlson-Lombardi 214B Folwell Hall Dr. Sara Mack 214C Folwell Hall
8 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página 8 13 HINTS FOR STUDYING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE 1. DON'T CRAM! A foreign language must be assimilated little by little. Work in frequent, short study sessions, such as minutes twice a day, and more when possible. 2. Before each class, preview the activities in the book that we will cover that day. This will help you to follow in class and allow you to focus on the content of the lesson rather than navigation. 3. If you have trouble understanding your instructor in class, remember that it is not necessary to understand every word that is said. Try to listen for the main idea. Previewing the materials will help, too! 4. After each class, review the material we covered during the lesson. 5. Do MSL homework daily, as soon after class as possible. Use your textbook to help you with questions and to put activities into context. Remember that homework is meant to be completed on the day it appears in the syllabus to help you practice the material covered that day. 6. When learning new vocabulary, group words into categories like nouns (must be learned with their gender marker, i.e., la casa), verbs (check if their conjugation is regular or irregular), adjectives, adverbs, and pronouns. Make special note of any idiomatic expressions. 7. Review the new grammatical structures introduced in each chapter. Work on acquiring structures as well as individual vocabulary words. 8. When practicing new vocabulary and structures, write them down and say them out loud. This will help you to remember them and to develop the muscles necessary to make the new sounds. 9. Remember that Spanish grammar requires you to conjugate verbs for each subject, unlike English. 10. Make flash cards of words and structures that you have difficulty remembering. Carry them in your pocket and go over them whenever you have a few minutes. 11. STUDY WITH SOMEONE ELSE WHENEVER POSSIBLE. Plan to work with your classmates outside of class and make the effort to search out Spanish speakers on campus and in your community. Using the language outside of class is important to your success in learning. 12. If you need help, use your resources and ask for help! Your instructor has weekly office hours and will be glad to answer questions. There is a Tutor Lab in 217 Folwell Hall and there are many resources on MSL. If you have a lot of problems, your instructor can direct you to a private tutor. 13. DON'T PANIC. Learning a language is a life-long process. Perseverance and hard work every day are the keys to improvement.
9 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página 9 1ª Semana de enero Martes 20 EN CLASE Introducción al curso y los estudiantes Miércoles 21 EN CLASE Capítulo 11: Gente e historias (II). Cultura: Nicaragua, p Historia y geografía de Nicaragua - La cultura de Nicaragua, p La historia y geografía de Nicaragua, Gente 11.1, 11.2, Introducción al imperfecto Jueves 22 EN CLASE 2. Usos del imperfecto: la descripción y la acción habitual - La acción habitual: Qué hacías de niño/a? - La descripción: Augusto Sandino Gente La leyenda de Oyanka Gente 11.9 Preview Chapter 11 in Gente. Log in and sign up for the new course on MSL. Complete Readiness Check 11. Complete the assigned activities in MSL: 11.1, 11.2, 11.3, 11.20, MSL 11.4, 11.5, 11.10, Extra Practice: El imperfecto. Viernes 23 Vistas Culturales 11: Nicaragua Watch the videos and complete the assigned activities in MSL. Print out the worksheet from MSL and complete it to hand in on Monday.
10 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página 10 2 a SEMANA de enero Lunes 26 EN CLASE 3. Vistas Culturales: Nicaragua Usos del imperfecto: Antes y ahora: el cambio - La vida antes del internet Gente Antes y ahora: el cambio Gente Tu vida antes de ser estudiante universitario/a Gente Martes 27 EN CLASE 4. Usos del imperfecto: Narrativa: acciones y circunstancias - Las circunstancias de tu nacimiento - Lectura: Rafaela Herrera, heroína nicaragüense: Gente p Historia de William Walker, Gente Un crimen! Qué hacías a las 9.00? Miércoles 28 EN CLASE 5. Historia y geografía de Nicaragua - Ometepe, Gente Comparaciones: Twain en Nicaragua: Gente p Entrevistas MSL 11.6, 11.7, 11.12, 11.29, Extra Practice: Vocabulario. MSL 11.8, 11.9, 11.15, 11.16, 11.22, MSL 11.26, 11.27, 11.28, 11.30, 11.33, Jueves 29 EN CLASE 6. Tarea 11: el relato de un episodio o cambio importante Assign Cuaderno 11: Una narrativa Gente en Acción 11: La herencia hispana. Watch the video on MSL. Print out the worksheet from MSL and complete it to hand in on Monday. MSL Extra Practice: Vocabulary, Uses. Study for Prueba 11. Viernes 30 Cuaderno 11 Write your composition in Cuaderno. Due Sunday, February 1 at 11.55pm. No late submissions.
11 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página 11 3 a SEMANA 2-6 de febrero Lunes 2 EN CLASE 7. Gente en acción: La herencia hispana Prueba 11 Reminder: No Make Ups Readiness Check 12. Martes 3 EN CLASE Capítulo 12: Gente Sana. Cultura: Costa Rica, p Una vida sana: - Problemas y recomendaciones: Gente 12.1, 12.2, introducción al imperativo: Usted y Ustedes Miércoles 4 EN CLASE 2. De vacaciones: - Problemas y recomendaciones: Gente 12.4, 12.5, 12.6, introducción al imperativo: Tú Jueves 5 EN CLASE 3. El estado físico: - problemas y recomendaciones: Gente 12.7, 12.8, 12.9, Viernes 6 MSL 12.1, 12.2, 12.3, 12.10, 12.13, MSL 12.4, 12.5, 12.11, 12.12, 12.19, MSL 12.6, 12.7, 12.8, 12.9, 12.30, Vistas Culturales 12: Costa Rica Watch the videos and complete the assigned activities in MSL. Print out the worksheet from MSL and complete it to hand in on Monday.
12 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página 12 4ª SEMANA 9-13 de febrero Lunes 9 EN CLASE 4. Vistas Culturales: Costa Rica Mandatos y recomendaciones - Haz deporte! Gente 12.14, Comparaciones: Salud y biodiversidad, Gente p. 213 MSL 12.22, 12.24, 12.25, 12.28, Martes 10 EN CLASE 5. Lectura: Cuidado Médico para todo el mundo, Gente p. 211 Entrevistas, Gente MSL 12.21, 12.26, 12.37, Extra Practice: Formal commands Miércoles 11 EN CLASE 6. Tarea 12: Crear una campaña para mejorar la salud Assign Cuaderno 12: Una campaña para mejorar la salud Gente en Acción 12: El verano Watch the video on MSL. Print out the worksheet from MSL and complete it to hand in on Thursday. Study for Unit Test I. Jueves 12 EN CLASE Gente en Acción Repaso para el Examen de la Unidad: Capítulos 10, 11, 12 MSL Extra Practice: Vocab and Informal Commands Study for Unit Test I. Viernes 13 Self-Assessment Activity Remember to meet in Jones Hall Friday, February 13, 2015 Note: This is not a test! Cuaderno 12: Una campaña para mejorar la salud Write your composition in Cuaderno. Due Sunday, February 15 at 11.55pm. No late submissions.
13 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página 13 5 a Semana de febrero Lunes 16 EN CLASE Unit Test I : Chapters 10, 11, 12 Readiness Check 13. Martes 17 EN CLASE Chapter 13: Gente y Lenguas. Cultura: Paraguay, Gente p La importancia de las lenguas, Gente Lectura: Paraguay, un país bilingüe, p. 229 Miércoles 18 EN CLASE 2. Aspectos culturales de las lenguas, Gente Cómo se aprende? El gerundio, Gente MSL Extra Practice: Vocab A and B. MSL , 13.22, 13.23, Jueves 19 EN CLASE 3. El presente perfecto y el pretérito - Qué has hecho? Gente MSL Extra Practice: The present perfect. Viernes 20 Vistas Culturales 13: Paraguay Watch the videos and complete the assigned activities in MSL. Print out the worksheet from MSL and complete it to hand in on Monday.
14 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página 14 6 a Semana de febrero Lunes 23 EN CLASE 4. Vistas Culturales 13: Paraguay Cómo te parece? Gente Verbs like gustar Martes 24 EN CLASE 5. Estrategias, p Estás de acuerdo Gente Tarea 13: Aprender español SAM , 13.16, 13.34, Extra Practice: Gustar Gente en acción 13: en la clase de inglés Watch the video on MSL. Print out the worksheet from MSL and complete it to hand in on Wednesday. Study for Prueba 13. Miércoles 25 EN CLASE 6. Gente en Acción: en la clase de idiomas Prueba 13 Reminder: No Make Ups Readiness Check 14 Jueves 26 EN CLASE Chapter 14: Gente con Personalidad, p. 236, Cultura: Ecuador, p Ecuador: La mitad del mundo, Gente p. 357 Dos ecuatorianos famosos Preguntas personales: Gente Discussion of Partnered Exchange 1 MSL , 14.10, Viernes 27 Vistas Culturales 14: Ecuador Watch the videos and complete the assigned activities in MSL. Print out the worksheet from MSL and complete it to hand in on Monday.
15 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página 15 7 a SEMANA 2-6 de marzo Lunes 2 EN CLASE 2. Vistas Culturales 14: Ecuador - Cualidades y defectos: Gente Preguntas y conversaciones Martes 3 EN CLASE 3. Con quién te llevarías bien?: Gente introducción al futuro MSL 14.6, 14.33, Extra Practice: Forming questions. Miércoles 4 EN CLASE 4. Qué harías?: Gente Estrategias, p introducción al condicional MSL Extra Practice: The future. MSL Extra Practice: The conditional. Jueves 5 EN CLASE 5. Preguntas personales: Entrevistas - Tarea 14: Servicio de Contactos Prepare for Partnered Exchange I Viernes 6 EN CLASE Partnered Exchange I Remember to meet in Jones Hall Friday March 6, 2015 MSL ,
16 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página 16 8 a SEMANA 9-13 de marzo Lunes 9 EN CLASE 6. Guayasamín: un pintor ecuatoriano Lectura: Las islas Galápagos, amenazadas, p Los gitanos de 1002 Gente en Acción 14: una cita a ciegas Watch the video on MSL. Print out the worksheet from MSL and complete it to hand in on Tuesday. Study for Prueba 14. Martes 10 EN CLASE 7. Gente en Acción: Entrevistas Prueba 14 Reminder: No Make Ups Readiness Check 15. Miércoles 11 EN CLASE Chapter 15: Gente que se divierte. Cultura: España, p Divertirse en España: Gente MSL Extra Practice: Vocabulary. Jueves 12 EN CLASE 2. Planes para las vacaciones - introducción al subjuntivo (doubt and probability) - La tele, Gente MSL 15.7, 15.10, 15.13, Extra Practice: The subjunctive. Viernes 13 Vistas Culturales 15: España Watch the videos and complete the assigned activities in MSL. Print out the worksheet from MSL and complete it to hand in on Monday after break. Note: If you would like to complete Gente en Acción 15 ahead of time, you will find it assigned on Tuesday, March a SEMANA de marzo ****************************************************** Las vacaciones de primavera No hay clases. ******************************************************
17 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página a SEMANA de marzo Lunes 23 EN CLASE 3. Vistas Culturales: España - Planes para viernes: Gente , Martes 24 EN CLASE 4. Comparaciones: dos ciudades para pasarlo bien, p Recomendaciones para pasarlo bien, Gente Entrevistas MSL 15.5, 15.6, 15.9, 15.18, 15.23, 15.27, Gente en acción 15: un fin de semana en Madrid. Watch the video on MSL. Print out the worksheet from MSL and complete it to hand in tomorrow, Wednesday, March 25. Miércoles 25 EN CLASE 5. Tarea 15: Planificar un fin de semana en Madrid - Gente en Acción - Assign Cuaderno 15: Un fin de semana en Madrid MSL Extra Practice: The subjunctive. Study for Prueba 15. Jueves 26 EN CLASE 6. - Lo dudo! Prueba 15 Reminder: No Make Ups Readiness Check 16. Viernes 27 Cuaderno 15: Un fin de semana en Madrid Write your composition in Cuaderno. Due Sunday, March 29 at 11.55pm. No late submissions.
18 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página 18 SEMANA XI 30 de marzo - 3 de abril Lunes 30 EN CLASE Chapter 16: Gente innovadora. Cultura: Uruguay, p Innovaciones: Gente 16.2, 16.3, 16.4, 16.5 MSL Extra Practice: Vocab B. Martes 31 EN CLASE 2. Qué tienes y qué buscas? Gente 16.12, introducción al subjuntivo con frases relativos Miércoles 1 EN CLASE 3. Más de Uruguay Gente 16.1, cláusulas con que MSL 16,26, 16.27, 16.28, Extra Practice: Subjunctive. MSL , Extra Practice: Prepositions. Jueves 2 EN CLASE 4. Lectura: De Montevideo a Hollywood, p Cómo es y para qué sirve? Gente 16.8, MSL 16.17, Extra Practice: Vocab A, Se Pasivo, Se Impersonal. Viernes 3 Prochievement Reflection Vistas Culturales 16: Uruguay Watch the videos and complete the assigned activities in MSL. Print out the worksheet from MSL and complete it to hand in on Monday.
19 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página 19 SEMANA XII 6-10 de abril Lunes 6 EN CLASE 5. Vistas Culturales 16: Uruguay - Inventos para todos, Qué hay que inventar? Martes 7 EN CLASE 6. Tarea 16: innovaciones para la casa - Assign Cuaderno 16: Tres inventos nuevos MSL 16.8, 16.9, 16.22, 16.23, Gente en acción 16: problemas en la casa Watch the video on MSL. Print out the worksheet from MSL and complete it to hand in tomorrow. Study for Unit Test II. Miércoles 8 EN CLASE Gente en Acción: problemas en la casa y soluciones para ellos Repaso para el Examen de la Unidad: Capítulos 13, 14, 15, 16 Study for Unit Test II. Jueves 9 EN CLASE Unit Test II : Chapters 13, 14, 15, 16 Readiness Check 17. Viernes 10 MSL Cuaderno 16: Tres inventos nuevos Write your composition in Cuaderno. Due Sunday, April 12 at 11.55pm. No late submissions.
20 Español 1002 Primavera 2015 página 20 SEMANA XIII de abril Lunes 13 EN CLASE Chapter 17: Gente que cuenta historias. Cultura: Bolivia, p Bolivia en la historia Gente Comparaciones Gente 17.21, MSL , Extra Practice: Use of the imperfect. Martes 14 EN CLASE 2. Un caso misterioso, Gente , 17.8 MSL 17.6, 17.9, 17.11, Extra Practice: Vocab A and B. Miércoles 15 EN CLASE 3. Más del caso misterioso, Gente 17.7, 17.9, Introducción al pluscuamperfecto Jueves 16 EN CLASE 4. Lectura: La lagartija esmeralda. Un cuento tradicional guatemalteco. - Talk about final presentations Viernes 17 MSL , Extra Practice: Formation of the pluperfect. Print out reading for tomorrow, La lagartija esmeralda, assigned in MSL. MSL 17.20, 17.21, 17.25, Extra Practice: Preterit and imperfect; Pero, sino. Vistas Culturales 17: Bolivia Watch the videos and complete the assigned activities in MSL. Print out the worksheet from MSL and complete it to hand in on Monday.
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