Spanish: standards, competencies, & performance activities / assessments stage I



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SPANISH: STANDARDS, COMPETENCIES, & PERFORMANCE ACTIVITIES / ASSESSMENTS

Stage I (Replace “Stage I” with the name of the appropriate course, for example “Spanish I”)
Description of course: (Insert course description given to students when they select courses, for example from the “Program of Studies”.)
Major Concepts: (Insert yearly units directly from the textbook OR from the school’s World Language curriculum: big ideas and information students need to know by the end of the year.)
Discipline Course Content and Process Skills Competencies:

1. Communication: Communicate in Spanish.

2. Cultures: Gain Knowledge and Understanding of the Cultures of the World.

3. Connections: Connect with Other Disciplines and Acquire Information.

4. Comparisons: Develop Insight into the Nature of Language and Culture.

5. Communities: Participate in Communities at Home and Around the World.
Stage I (Replace “Stage I” with the name of the appropriate course, for example “Spanish I”)
Course Description: (Insert course description given to students when they select courses, for example from the “Program of Studies”.)
Major Concepts: (Insert yearly units directly from the textbook OR from the school’s World Language curriculum: big ideas and information students need to know by the end of the year.)
1. Communication ~ Communicate in Spanish.
Standard 1:1 Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions in Spanish.

Competency

~ A student will be able to:


Knowledge / Content

~ A student will understand:

SPA: Sample Performance Activities / Assessments
~ A student will demonstrate skill:


Teacher

Resources/ Notes

School Mission Statement

1. Greet and respond to greetings

1. Cultural gestures of greeting and proper ways to greet different people


1. Role play different people in society, demonstrating both formal and informal relationships

4. Rubric: Oral presentation: dialogues & plays








2. State needs and preferences

2. The verbs such as querer, preferir, necesitar

Common nouns such as personal possessions and school supplies



2. Interact on a daily basis with teacher and peers







3. Express gratitude and appreciation

3. Expressions such as gracias, de nada, con gusto, por favor.

Cultural gestures and/or reactions



3. Praise and thank each other and their teacher on a regular basis.







4. Exchange descriptions of people, places and things

4. Vocabulary such as family, friends, home, school, feelings, leisure activities, clothing, weather, colors, numbers, calendar and seasons, time, food, professions, transportation; Conjugations of regular –ar, -er and –ir verbs; ser, estar, tener, hay


4. Describe a person, place or thing with the help of posters, pictures or other visual aids (family album, family tree, room designs, tener books, fashion show, mood cubes, advertisements)

4. Rubric: Oral Presentation: dialogues & plays (all levels)







5. Share likes and dislikes

5. Verbs like gustar, encantar, interesar, chocar, aburrir, fascinar, odiar;

Indirect object pronouns; Thematic vocabulary for leisure activities, foods, clothing, sports, school



5. Interview each other and present each other’s likes and dislikes;
Share information from a dating survey containing personal preferences;
Create a “Likes/Dislikes” collage, poster or mobile

10. Rubric: Small Focus Projects








6. Ask and answer questions about familiar topics

6. Thematic vocabulary for family, friends, health, leisure activity, time, feelings, school schedule

common interrogative words;

appropriate intonation;

proper word order



6. Recite and demonstrate proper intonation (use of tongue twisters, choral repetition with teacher)
Interview a partner on a relevant topic.

7. Rubric: Oral Presentation or Demonstration









Standard 1:2 Students understand and interpret written and spoken Spanish on a variety of topics.


Competency

~ A student will be able to:

Knowledge / Content

~ A student will understand:

SPA: Sample Performance Activities / Assessments
~ A student will demonstrate skill:


Teacher

Resources/

Notes

School Mission Statement

1. Follow oral instructions in Spanish related to daily classroom activities.


1. Commands and vocabulary for classroom activities.

1. Respond to teacher instructions by doing the action or activity.






2. Comprehend main ideas and main characters in spoken or written passages


2.Thematic vocabulary for the unit or lesson, audio clues such as intonation inflection, body language and gestures, reading strategies

2. Underline or highlight cognates and/or known vocabulary or parts of speech;
Do a cloze activity;
Write a dictation

Quiz








3. Identify people and objects in school and at home

3. Thematic vocabulary or school and home


3. Create a floor plan of your home or school

10. Rubric: Small Focus Projects
Play “Qué falta?” (or other games like Concentration)







4. Understand the main message from written Spanish language media such as texts, posters and advertisements

4. Reading strategies Recognize cultural cues such as 24 hour clock, monetary unit, products;

Use cognates and visuals to infer meaning



4. Create an ad to sell a particular product

10. Rubric: Small Focus Projects
Find an ad in a magazine or on the Internet that promotes a specific product or place







5. Interpret gestures, intonation and visual and auditory clues in media such as films, television and video

5. Become familiar with gestures, body language and personal distance;

Distinguish between declarative and interrogative sentences, plus exclamations



5. Write a list of cognates they hear (from video clip, TV or film)










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