In Spanish 2B, you'll be reintroduced to Spanish in common situations, beginning with various professions and career plans for the future. You’ll discuss traveling to different regions and the flora and fauna found in each region and describe different types of trips, including road trips, camping, and ecotourism. You’ll also describe different hobbies, activities, and crafts that people enjoy. Finally, you’ll discuss about different medical specialists, including dentists and veterinarians, and describe symptoms related to illness and injury. You'll build on what you learned in the Spanish 2A course to communicate by listening, speaking, reading, and writing in Spanish as you internalize new vocabulary and grammar. You'll also learn about some regions of the Spanish speaking world where the central characters of each unit are visiting. You will build on this semester's work as you advance in your Spanish studies: everything that you learn about a language and the cultures in which it is spoken will serve as a foundation for further learning.
|Course Title (District):
|Course Title (NCES SCED) :
|Course Provider :
||Parchment School District
|Content Provided By :
||My Virtual Academy
|Online Instructor Provided By :
||Parchment School District
|Standards Addressed :
||Michigan Merit Curriculum
|Academic Terms :
||Accelerated, Open Entry / Open Exit, Semester, Trimester
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|Subject Area :
||Foreign Language and Literature
|Course Identifier :
|Course Level :
||High School (Secondary)
|Available Credit :
||1 of 2
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- Email: [email protected]
- Phone: 800-297-2119
By the end of this course, you will be able to do the following:
Use different verbs to talk about sightseeing.
Use direction words appropriately e.g., north (norte), south (sur), east (este), west
(oeste), to the right (a la derecha), to the left (a la izquierda), distance (distancia),
legend on map (signos).
Correctly use the two past tenses to narrate a visit to the doctor, including when it
was (preterite) and why the person went (imperfect—wasn't feeling well, felt sick,
Use augmentative suffixes (-on, -ona, etc.) and diminutive endings (-ito, -cito, etc.).
Use present subjunctive with stem-changing verbs such as cerrar (to close), pedir
(to ask for), perder (to lose), encontrar (to find), recordar (to remember), divertirse
(to have fun), and dormir (to sleep).
Use commands related to giving directions, including irregular affirmative tú
commands—put (pon), have (ten), leave (sal), come (ven), say (di), do (haz), be
(sé), go (ve).
Introduce gerunds (present participles) to form the present progressive tense:
swimming (nadando), playing (jungando), eating (comiendo), and growing
Use prepositions of place to describe relative locations of geographic features,
including next to (al lado de), on top of (encima de), behind (detrás de), in front of
Unit 1: Around Town
Unit 2: Traveling
Unit 3: Leisure Time
Unit 4: Healthy Living
Unit 5: On the Road Again
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