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


Standard 1:3 Students present information, concepts and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics in Spanish



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Standard 1:3 Students present information, concepts and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics 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. Prepare and present on a variety of topics in written or spoken form.

1. Vocabulary such as family, friends, home, school, feelings, leisure activities, clothing, weather, colors, numbers, calendar and seasons, time, professions and transportation

1. Write or speak about a real or imaginary trip to a Spanish speaking country;

Write or present a dialogue on a relevant topic;

Record a biographical sketch;

Compose and leave a message on an answering machine;

Provide peers and teacher with answers to questions;

Describe a picture or scene


13. Rubric: Writing


6. Rubric: Oral Presentation: oral reading







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

Standard 2.1 Students develop an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of Hispanic cultures.


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. Use appropriate gestures and oral expressions for greetings, leave-takings and common classroom interactions

1. Differences between formal and informal relationships;

Ways of expressing respect in their own language and the Spanish;

Basic gestures


1. Role-play to show appropriate greetings and introductions;

Demonstrate gestures as the teacher calls them out









2. Understand different cultural activities

2. Games, songs and birthday celebrations;

Regional dances

Holiday practices;

Recognition of traditional dress and items connected to holidays or events



2. Participate in songs, dances, exchange of holiday greetings;

Draw or create a visual representation of traditional dress

10. Rubric: Small Focus Projects


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








Standard 2.2 Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the products and perspectives of the different Hispanic cultures.


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. Observe, identify and/or describe tangible products from Spanish-speaking cultures

1. Clothing, toys, dwellings, city layouts, foods, musical instruments etc.

1. Create dioramas, label products, prepare/sample foods, play instruments, present fashion shows, make handicrafts, view videos and movies, etc.

10. Rubric: Small Focus Projects











2. Identify, experience, hear, or read about expressive products of Spanish speakers

2. Songs, literature, rhymes, legends, folklore, tongue twisters


2. Participate in songs, dances, storyboard stories, fill-in-the-blanks, cloze exercises, re-order sentences, listen and draw, etc.

11. Rubric: Storyboard







3. Recognize common themes, ideas or perspectives of groups of Spanish speakers

3. Friendships, individual and family responsibilities, personal space

3. Compare and contrast relationships in US vs. Spanish-speaking countries

5. Oral Presentation ~ Upper Level Group Discussion









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