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¡Bienvenidos!…Back to School Night 2011 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (805) 497-6711 x 1108 Website:Found on WHS webpage ~Muchas Gracias...Audrey Rollins **Please step all the way into the classroom and take a piece of paper to write your information down! You are in Rm 61H: Spanish 2CP & 3CP, Sra Audrey Rollins Please call or email me to make an appt. to speak about your student’s progress—kindly remember, tonight is for you to see our curriculum, grading policy, and to get to know who we are and how to get a hold of us, if the need should arise. While we are going through the presentation could you please fill out the small index cards with the following information: 1. Your Name 2. Your Student 3. Period # 4. Comment or something I need to know now about your student
1.Argentina 2.Honduras 3.Cuba 4.Republica Dominicana 5.Costa Rica A.La Habana B.Tegucigalpa C.Buenos Aires D.San José E.Santo Domingo Answers: 1-C; 2-B; 3-A; 4-E; 5-D Extra Credit: What was the original name of the city of Los Angeles? Extra Credit: El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles de Porciuncula (The Town of Our Lady the Queen of the Angels of the Porciuncula River) Let’s take a Spanish Quiz (similar to what your students took!).
¿De dónde es la Sra Rollins? (Where is Mrs. Rollins’ from? What are her credentials?) Born in Santa Monica to Argentine parents and raised in Agoura Hills, Ca I have Italian [Sicilia & Calabria] and Spanish [Asturias] Grandparents) Licensed Manicurist (’93) A.A.-General Education (Moorpark College ‘96) B.A.-Spanish (Cal State Long Beach ‘98) M.S.-Cross-Cultural Education (National University ‘00) M.A.-Administration (National University ‘01) 8 th year @ WHS, 14 th year teaching Current Club Advisor for: –Spanish Club Advisor (Every Tues) –Crossroads Club Advisor (Every Fri)
Contrato/ECLR: (Expected Classroom Learning Results) Our Daily Routine: Department Goal Our Daily Routine The “Respect” Expectations Standards of Performance Absences Materials Grading Policy My Responsibilities Your Responsibilities Dishonesty Attendance Dress Code Violation HW & Participation Office Hours 1.Greeting from Sra Rollins 2.“Chicle” check 3.Esponja/Mini Quiz 4.Correct HW 5.Instructional Time 6.Two minute Downtime 1. Communicate in languages other than English 2. Gain knowledge and understanding of other cultures 3. Connect with Other Disciplines and Acquire Information 4. Develop Insight into the Nature of Language and Culture (Comparisons) 5. Participate in Multilingual Communities at Home & Around the World The National Standards: (The 5 C’s)
The “Respect” Expectations: Respect the rights and property of others E ating/gum chewing, drinks, cell phones, & digital games will NOT be tolerated in my classroom S wift silence at the signal P ut downs, swearing and rude gestures are prohibited E arnest effort to listen ensures success C ome on time with materials and homework everyday T alk when called upon or when working in groups **Serious offenses** (as written on WHS Referral Form): performing poorly on tests unadjusted attendance unauthorized attendance unauthorized departure suspected forgery off campus smoking or possession discourtesy suspected dishonesty fighting harassment disruptive behavior tardiness excessive dates excessive absence inappropriate dress misuse of school property defiance of authority negative attitude inattention and indifference insufficient daily preparation fails to bring work materials working below level of class **Violations** 1. Documented verbal warning 2. Detention 3. Referral to AP **Positives** 1. Friday Raffles 2. HW Passes 3. Dulces 4.Good Phone Calls Home
¿Qué aprenderá su hijo? (What will your child learn in Sp2?) Capítulo 1 ¡Familiares y amigos! (La Ciudad de México) pgs. 0-38 Grammar 1: Nouns, adjectives, and gustar; present tense verbs (stem-changing); reflexive pronouns Grammar 2: Idioms with tener; verbs and ir a followed by infinitives; present progressive; direct object pronouns; affirmative and negative informal commands Capítulo 2 ¡En el vecindario! (Cuzco) pgs. 44-78 Grammar 1: Indirect and direct object pronouns; presents tense of dar and decir; saber and conocer; using ser with adjectives of nationality Grammar 2: Ser and estar; expressions folllowed by infinities; preterite of –ar, -er, and –ir verbs; preterite of hacer and ir Capítulo 3 ¡Pueblos y ciudades! (Santo Domingo) pgs. 84-118 Grammar 1: Using the impersonal se and passive se, preterite of –car, -gar, -zar verbs and conocer; irregular preterites: andar, tener, venir, dar, and ver Grammar 2: Using formal commands of regular verbs; irregular formal commands; commands with pronouns and review of informal commands Capítulo 4 ¡Mantente en forma! (Miami) pgs. 124-158 Grammar 1: Preterite of ponerse and decir; preterite of stem-changing –ir verbs; preterite of ser and estar Grammar 2: Verbs with reflexive pronouns and direct objects; past participles used as adjectives; preterite of caerse Capítulo 5 Día a Día (San José) pgs. 164-198 Grammar 1: Preterite of poder and traer; verbs with reflexive pronouns; possessive pronouns Grammar 2: Negative expressions with ninguno(a); using hace with time expressions; using pero and sino
Capítulo 6 ¡Recuerdos! (Segovia) pgs. 204-238 Grammar 1: Using the imperfect of regular verbs; imperfect of ir and ver; verbs with reciprocal pronouns Grammar 2: using the imperfect of ser and haber; preterite with mental and emotional states; preterite of creer, leer, construir, oír, caerle a uno Capítulo 7 ¡Buen Provecho! (San Juan) pgs. 244-278 Grammar 1: using double object pronouns; commands with double object pronouns; adverbs Grammar 2: more use of the imperfect; describing with the imperfect; past participles used as adjectives Capítulo 8 ¿Tiendas y puestos? (Santiago) pgs. 284-318 Grammar 1: imperfect and preterite: saying what was in progress; using ir + a + infinitive with the imperfect and preterite; comparatives and superlatives Grammar 2: using por and para; demonstrative adjectives and adverbs of place; usin adjectives as nouns Capítulo 9 A nuestro alrededor (El Paso) pgs. 324-358 Grammar 1: Comparing quantities; using the preterite and imperfect to begin a story; using the preterite and imperfect to continue and end a story Grammar 2: Subjunctive mood for hopes and wishes; subjunctive of stem-changing –ir and irregular verbs; future tense Capítulo 10 De vacaciones (Buenos Aires) pgs. 364-398 Grammar 1: Present perfect and regular past participles; irregular past participles; subjunctive for giving advice Grammar 2: Review of preterite and imperfect; review of present progressive and future; review of present subjunctive ¿Qué aprenderá su hijo? (What will your child learn in Sp2?)
¿Qué aprenderás? (What will you learn in Sp3?) Capítulo 1 ¡Adiós al verano! (Castilla-La Mancha) pgs. 6-46 Grammar 1: Preterite & Imperfect; Ser & Estar; Subjunctive for Hopes & Wishes Grammar 2: Pronouns, Comparisons, Demonstrative Adjectives Capítulo 2 ¡A pasarlo bien! (Castilla-La Mancha) pgs. 48-88 Grammar 1: Imperfect; Ir+a+infinitive; Nosotros Commands Grammar 2: Object Pronouns; Subjunctive w/ unkown or nonexistent; Subjunctive w/ Expressions of feelings Capítulo 3 Todo tiene solución (El Caribe) pgs. 96-136 Grammar 1: Verb + Inf; Subjunctive w/ Will or Wish; Subjunctive w/ Negation or Denial Grammar 2: Future Tense; Conditional; More Uses of the Conditional Capítulo 4 Entre familia (El Caribe) pgs. 138-178 Grammar 1: Present Progressive; Present Perfect Indicative; Present Perfect Subjunctive Grammar 2: Preterite; Se+ Indirect Object Pronouns; Past Progressive Capítulo 5 El arte y la música(El Surroeste) pgs. 186-226 Grammar 1: Comparisons of Equality and Superlatives; Passive Se; Passive Voice with Ser Grammar 2: Sunjunctive with Hopes & Wishes; More on Subjunctive w/ Hopes & Wishes; Past Perfect
¿Qué aprenderás? (What will you learn in Sp3?) Capítulo 6 ¡Ponte al día! (El Suroeste) pgs. 186-226 Grammar 1: Indicative after Expressions of Certainty; Subj. after Expressions of Doubt & Disbelief; Haber Grammar 2: Indefinite Expressions; Gender of Nouns; Indicative in Coumpound Sentences Capítulo 7 Mis aspiraciones (Los Andes) pgs. 276-316 Grammar 1: Verbs that change meaning in Preterite & Imperfect; Grammatical Reflexives; Lo & Lo que Grammar 2: Subjunctive after adverbial conjunctions; Subjunctive w/ future actions; Indicative w/ habitual or past actions Capítulo 8 ¿A qué te dedicas? (Los Andes) pgs. 318-358 Grammar 1: Verbs with indirect object pronouns; verbs that express “to become”; Use of “Se” Grammar 2: Conditional; Past subjunctive w/ hypothetical statements; more past subjunctive Capítulo 9 Huellas del pasado (El Cono Sur) pgs. 366-406 Grammar 1: Preterite & Impferfect in storytellng; Preterite & Imperfect contrasted; Por & Para Grammar 2: Uses of subjunctive; sequence of tenses; more on sequence of tenses Capítulo 10 El mundo en que vivimos (El Cono Sur) pgs. 408-448 Grammar 1: Present and past progressive; Haber; expressions of time Grammar 2: Future tense; subjunctive w/ doubt, denial, & feeling; subjunctive and dicative w/ adverbial clauses
Un capítulo típico (A Typical Chapter) Workbook (bring everyday) as HW Pop Vocabulary Quizzes 1 Tests per unit (60-100 pts each) Preguntas Orales as a Speaking Assessment Project pertaining to chapter’s theme Chapter Exams, Quiz, Projects, Orals 75% Homework 10% Final Exam10% Participation5% I do not offer extra credit assignments, so don’t ask!
Materiales ¿Qué necesito? (What Do I Need Everyday?) Everyday you bring: –Textbook –Workbook –Lined Paper –Spiral Notebook (only for Warm-ups) –Pen and /or pencil –RED pen! –1 LETTER sized Manila Folder –1 White Board Marker I will provide: –Writing, Audio, & Video Activities –Listening CD’s –Telenovelas –Individual whiteboards –Other necessary supplies Recommended: Mini Oxford English/Spanish Dictionary, mini-stapler, highlighters
Sugerencias (Suggestions) Be in class! (Avoid unnecessary absences-it’s hard to teach yourself another language!) Be mentally present! Do assignments well! (Don’t just “do” them!) Ask for help! (Tell me if you are struggling!) Have fun with the language! (Figure out how to use it in your world!) Create extra listening practices at home (DVD’s, Spanish TV, Radio, Google Articles, etc.) Use the online textbook for extra help & self quizzes: www.my.hrw.com/ Check out my webpage: http://www.conejo.k12.ca.us/whs/Departments/WorldLanguages/Rollin s.aspx Keep a organized with your calendars, assignments by utilizing your WHS planner Don’t wait last minute to call a tutor Get a study buddy’s phone number Start listening to Spanish radio and TV
Contacting Sra Rollins Email: email@example.com (I prefer email) Phone: (805) 497-6711 x 1108 Grades: Zangle (Check with Marilyn Maygreen in Counseling Office) GO TO MY WEBPAGE—IT HAS EVERYTHING!!! **PLEASE BOOKMARK IT!** How to find it: 1.Go to WHS Webpage 2.Click “Departments” 3.Click “World Languages” 4.Click “Rollins” 5.HW: Español 2/3 Tarea is found on left hand panel pane
Sra Rollins’ Professional Mission Statement I will provide students with quality instruction, treat them with kindness and fairness, and help keep them safe from harassment and bullying. I will effectively communicate with students, parents, and other staff members to maximize the educational experience of the students I teach. I will continue working everyday to love and respect your student as an individual teaching me to become a better teacher and human being.