GOAL By the end of this course students will have reviewed all previous knowledge about Spanish. They will become familiar with all the countries where the Spanish language is spoken; their traditions, foods, politics and more. students will be able to understand and speak vocabulary in order to survive in a Spanish-speaking country. Also, Students will be expected to create their own written responses. Most importantly students will be given extensive opportunities to practice the Spanish language and improve their pronunciation.
MATERIALS -five SUBJECT SPIRAL NOTEBOOK -2 PACKS OF INDEX CARDS (3''X 5'') -SPANISH-ENGLISH DICTIONARY
WISH LIST -DRY ERASE BOARDS -DRY ERASE MARKERS -OLD MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPER -LEFTOVER CRAYONS
CLASS EXPECTATIONS 1.Be in your assigned seat or area, ready to work when class begins. 2.Have a paper, pencils, books, and all needed supplies every day. 3.Keep hands, feet, books and objects to yourself. 4.No profanity, rude gestures, bullying, teasing or put downs. 5.Follow directions of all school personnel.