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BIENVENIDOS A LA
CLASE DE ESPAÑOL
Sra. McGown
East Ridge Middle School 2017-18
WELCOME TO SPANISH
Bienvenidos a la clase de Español
Dear Student:
Welcome to Spanish class. ! I’m excited about the
opportunity to get to know you, and I’m looking
forward to a happy and productive school year.
Use this space to write a brief introduction of yourself. Also highlight some
of the activities that the students will be able to experience through the
year in your Spanish class.
Make it as fun or formal as you like. Some teachers likes to include a
picture of their whole family and even highlight some of their favorites
things to do, eat, etc.
Once again, welcome to Spanish Let’s work together to make this the best
year ever!
Sincerely,
Sra. McGown
TEACHER’S CONTACT
Email: kmcgown@ridgefieldps.net
Office phone: _________________
Class website: ________________
CLASSROOM
RULES
Reglas del salón
1. SPEAK in Spanish
whenever possible
2. LISTEN when others are
speaking
3. Be ON TIME
4. PARTICIPATE in class
5. Come PREPARED
6. Don’t be afraid to ASK
7. RESPECT your
classmates and school
personnel
8. Have FUN
9. Use your electronic
devices only when the
teacher indicates
MATERIALS
Materiales
1. Binder or pocket folder
just for Spanish
2. Texbook & Workbook
3. Lined paper or notebook
4. Chromebook
5. Pen or pencil
COURSE DESCRIPTION
Descripción del curso
This course is Level 1 Spanish. Students apply their knowledge of the
language and its culture. Students will be able to engage in listening and
speaking activities, and demonstrate understanding of reading and writing
selections on familiar topics. Culture, connections, comparisons, and
communities are included in this one-year course. This course will
prepare the students for Level 2 at the high school.
El Capitolio, Cuba
STUDENT
RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsabilidades del
estudiante
1. Be proud of what you
accomplish in class.
2. Participate actively in
class.
3. Bring your materials.
4. Complete your homework
on time and give your
best effort.
5. Follow the classroom and
school rules and
procedures.
6. Respect yourself, other
students, the teacher, and
the environment.
Peru
DISCIPLINE
Disciplina
1
st
offense:
2
nd
offense
3
rd
offense
ACADEMIC PROCEDURES
Procesos académicos
1. Use this section to list all the academic
procedures you want your students to
know.
2. This includes what do you expect them
to do if they are absent or missed a
class. Remind them where they can find
the material covered.
3. Your procedures if the students missed
a test, quizz or fail to complete a
homework.
4. Your policy about using online
translation sites or apps.
5. Consequences if they plagiarize a
homework or project.
6. Share when the best dates and/or times
to meet with you are if necessary.
7. Use as many details as possible en
each point.
8. Procedure…
9. Procedure…
10. Procedure…
11. Procedure…
12. Procedure…
GRADES
Calificación
Your grades will be
based on:
Cartagena, Colombia
ASSESSMENT
Evaluación
Use this section to describe how you are going to asses the student
and how often. Include quizzes, tests, homework, classwork, special
projects, oral presentations, etc.
It is a good idea to also state what the student can do if he/she is not
satisfied with the results.
HOMEWORK
Tareas
Use this section to describe
your homework procedures.
Includes how do you prefer
your students to deliver their
work (physically or
electronically).
Also include the procedure for
late or missed homework.
% GRADE
100-90 A
89-80 B
79-70 C
69-60 D
59 or less F
GRADE SCALE
Escala de calificaciones
SYLLABUS
Plan de estudio
1
st
Quarter 2
nd
Quarter
Week 1:
Syllabus, procedures, prepare
binder.
Preliminary Lessons
Week 2 -3:
Unit: __________
Week 4-6:
Unit: __________
Week 7-9:
Unit: __________
Week 10-12:
Unit: __________
Week 13-15:
Unit: __________
Week 16-18:
Unit: __________
3
rd
Quarter 4
th
Quarter
Week 19-24:
Unit: __________
Week 25-27:
Unit: __________
Week 28-30:
Unit: __________
Week 31-33:
Unit: __________
Week 34-36:
Unit: __________
This is a flexible calendar, subject to change due to pedagogical considerations.
[You can also add the topics covered for each unit and special projects.]
REWARDS PROGRAM
Recompensas
If you have a motivational or reward program where your students get
points or credit for participation use this section to explain how it works.
“It has been said that it is necessary to
possess many languages in order to think
consciously in one's own language. There is
nothing more exact. Each language is a view
of the world.
-Hermann Keyserling
Mexico