• Spanish I Online Class Procedures 

     1. Grade categories remain the same:  

    Homework 

    You will obtain this grade by reporting to me daily via email no later than 9:30 am. 

    Coordinate a day of the week and time I can call you weekly. Send me your response through email. 

    Parent contact availability for instructional issues or concerns your parents may  have. They can email me too as they need to. 

    Classwork 

    You obtain this grade by completing your E-book online activities within due date.    

    Test

    You obtain this grade by submitting your written prompt responses using Word and sending them to me via email. 

     2. Follow the Online Instructional Schedule 

     3. Communication, discipline, responsibility and punctuality in following the Online Instructional schedule is vital for your success in this course. Do not hesitate to contact email me with any concern. Let’s keep in touch. We will get through this together. 

     

    2020 Spanish I  Online Instructional Schedule  

    Due Date: April 1st through April 5th 

    E-Textbook  

    Lesson 4 

    Cultura 

    Presentation and Tutorials: 

    Reading – Real Madrid y Barca: rivalidad total    (Textbook pages 124-125) 

    Practice Activities: 

    Cierto o Falso 

    Completar 

    Lesson 4 Word Writing Prompt

    Prompt:  Write a short paragraph describing an athlete that you like. What is the athlete's name?  What does the athlete look like? What does the athlete play? Where does the athlete live? Why do you like the athleteAnswer the prompt by creating a Word document. Your response must be written in Spanish. A minimum of 5 sentences is required. Make sure your written response has the correct spelling, grammar and punctuation. Then submit it to me by using your school email.  

    My email is carmen.melendez-collado@marion.k12.fl.us  

     

    Due Date: April 6th through April 12th 

    E-Textbook  

    Lesson 5 

    Cultura 

    En detalle y perfil 

    Presentation and Tutorials: 

    Reading – Las Catratas de Iguazu (Textbook pages 162-163) 

    Practice Activities: 

    Cierto o Falso 

    Completar 

    Lesson 5 Word Writing Prompt

    Prompt:  The Corona Virus has everyone locked up at home.  Write a short paragraph about what you would like to do after the Corona Virus is over. Where do you want to go? How will you get there? Who will you be with? Who will be with you? What will you do upon arrival? Answer the prompt by creating a Word document. Your response must be written in Spanish. A minimum of 5 sentences is required. Make sure your written response has the correct spelling, grammar and punctuation. Then submit it to me by using your school email.  

    My email is carmen.melendez-collado@marion.k12.fl.us 

     

    Due Date: April 13th through April 19th 

    E-Textbook  

    Lesson 6 

    Cultura 

    En detalle y perfil 

    Presentation and Tutorials: 

    Reading – Los Mercados al aire libre (Textbook pages 198-199) 

    Practice Activities: 

    Cierto o Falso? 

    Seleccionar 

    Lesson 6 Part I Word Writing Prompt

    Prompt A:  Interview a classmate and ask about them what they do during the week to stay healthy and feel better. Answer the prompt by creating a Word document. Your response must be written in Spanish. A minimum of 5 sentences is required. Make sure your written response has the correct spelling, grammar and punctuation. Then submit it to me by using your school email.  

    My email is carmen.melendez-collado@marion.k12.fl.us 

     

    Due Date: April 20th through April 27th 

    E-Textbook  

    Lesson 6 

    Cultura 

    Mas Cultura 

    Presentation and Tutorials: 

    Reading – La Moda en Cuba  

    Practice Activities: 

    Cierto o Falso 

     

    Lesson 6 Part II Word Writing Prompt

    Prompt B:  Write a short paragraph about your favorite article of clothing. Describe your favorite article of clothing. Mention the store it is from, name brand, color, fabric and style. Also, mention why you like it so much. Answer the prompt by creating a Word document. Your response must be written in Spanish. A minimum of 5 sentences is required. Make sure your written response has the correct spelling, grammar and punctuation. Then submit it to me by using your school email. 

    My email is carmen.melendez-collado@marion.k12.fl.us 

     

    Before you respond to any prompt reference and read the Writing Checklist Rubtic below. I will grade your response using this rubric.

     

    Writing Checklist/Rubric 

     

    Points 

    You ... 

    3 

    wrote your response in Spanish 

    3 

    responded to the entire prompt 

    3 

    have written your response in a logical order (introduction, supporting details and conclusion) 

    3 

    created a comprehensible response 

    10 

    correctly spelled, punctuated and wrote grammatically your response 

    Total 

     

    22 

     

     

    REMINDER: During this course you learned how to write in the present tense and preterite tense. Make sure that the tense you select to use is written appropriately.  

     

    Online Class Procedures 

     1. Grade categories remain the same:  

    Homework 

    You will obtain this grade by reporting to me daily via email no later than 9:30 am. 

    Coordinate a day of the week and time I can call you weekly. Send me your response through email. 

    Parent contact availability for instructional issues or concerns your parents may  have. They can email me too as they need to. 

    Classwork 

    You obtain this grade by completing your E-book online activities within due date.    

    Test

    You obtain this grade by submitting your written prompt responses using Word and sending them to me via email. 

     2. Follow the Online Instructional Schedule 

     3. Communication, discipline, responsibility and punctuality in following the Online Instructional schedule is vital for your success in this course. Do not hesitate to contact email me with any concern. Let’s keep in touch. We will get through this together. 

     

    Writing Checklist/Rubric 

     

    Points 

    You ... 

    3 

    wrote your response in Spanish 

    3 

    responded to the entire prompt 

    3 

    have written your response in a logical order (introduction, supporting details and conclusion) 

    3 

    created a comprehensible response 

    10 

    correctly spelled, punctuated and wrote grammatically your response 

    Total 

     

    22 

     

     

    REMINDER: During this course you learned how to write in the present tense, preterite tense, imperfect tense, the subjunctive form and the future tense. Make sure that the tenses or forms you select to use to respond are written appropriately.