Spanish I (P)
In this 8th grade year long, 10-unit course, students will build a base for eventual mastery of Spanish. Spanish 1 emphasis is the use of first-person present tense. Although the main focus will be on communication (speaking, listening, reading, writing and thinking), students will also learn about the rich culture (art, food, music, geography) and the various communities that compose the Spanish speaking worlds. Additionally, students will compare their own native language to Spanish by studying its technical and grammatical aspects. Students will deepen their understanding of outside disciplines by making connections through their study and application of Spanish. This course is designated to work in concordance with our three ESLRs (Expected Schoolwide Learning Results) Effective Communicators, Effect Problem Solvers, and Effective Citizens. The domains of reading, writing, speaking, listening, and thinking are integrated daily in the World Language acquisition process.

Note: This class meets the A-G High School graduation and UC* /CSU college transcripts requirement so long as two consecutive years of the same language are completed at the high school. *UC systems recommends 3 years of world language. Please confer with your counselor when planning your academic future. This class utilizes the best practices based on: Realidades 1. Semester grades post on High School transcripts.
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