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Spanish I

Price: $125.00 + $25.00 supply fee
Target age: 12 and up
Target grade level: 7th - 12th
First day of class: Thursday, September 10, 2020
Last day of class: Thursday, April 1, 2021
Class meeting days: Thursday
Class time: 9:00 am to 9:55 am
Campus: Classes
Instructor: Angela Bell
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Class description:

Spanish I Syllabus

Class description: Students will have fun acquiring speaking, basic writing, reading, listening, and interpreting skills, as well as cultural awareness. Students will be proficient in using correct grammar and punctuation. Students will be able to compose short paragraphs of description. They will analyze elements of Hispanic culture, literature and/or fine art. They will build their personal vocabulary that will include dialogue, presentation, dictating, and recall.

Suggested grades will be based on in-class discussion, assignments in and outside of class, class participation, reading and writing pieces. There will be some quizzes and a test for each unit. Students should spend roughly 1 hour a day/ 5 days a week studying, practicing the vocabulary, reading and completing assignments. It is very easy to get behind in a foreign language. Students have to be able to put in the time required.

This is a two semester class worth 2 credits of high school Spanish or World Language on a high school transcript. Second semester does build upon the first. Those who wish to enroll in the second semester only must discuss with Mrs. Bell before enrolling.
*If you have a student with special needs, please contact the instructor directly to discuss.

Fees: A $50 deposit, that includes enrollment and supply fees, is required to hold a spot in class. The deposit will be subtracted from the total cost of the class and is due 2 weeks after registration. Both fees are non-refundable. There is a minimum of 2 students, by August 15, to hold the class.

Required Materials Include: Textbook ISBN 10 – 1634199286, notebook, blue or black pen, number 2 pencil, highlighter, and a folder

If you have a student with special needs, please contact the teacher directly to discuss.