!Bienvenidos a las clases de
Español 1 y Español para hispanohablantes!
Name: Señora JohnsonSchool: Academy of Allied Health SciencesSpanish Honor Society District AdviserAAHS Mentor ChairMiddle States Co-Chair
Classroom/Bldg.: Baxel Hall- Room 118Phone Ext: 825Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to Spanish 1 and Spanish for Heritage Speakers. As your Spanish teacher this year, I am confident that you will be successful in the language. Our class is one where you are always encouraged to progress in your language skills. Always remember that a strong effort = success.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please keep up with your work. If any work is marked M (for missing) in PowerSchool, you can still make it up. You have 3 school days to make up work, after that, no credit shall be given. If you are not present in class, remember that you are still responsible for the work. It is important to always check assignments, assessments, and project due dates in your assigned Google classroom. Assignments and assessments are also posted in the Google calendar for your assigned classroom found on the other tabs in this school website.MAKING UP ASSESSMENTS PROCEDURES
Complete make ups within 1 WEEK or less after an absence.
Tests and quizzes: Come to room 116 Baxel during co-curricular periods and ask the teacher on duty for the assessment. Return it completed to that teacher.
Oral assessments: Make arrangements directly with Señora Johnson.TUTORING AVAILABLE**Tutoring available every Wednesday and Fridayin room 118 Baxel HallStudent must have a completed tutor form.Click here for the tutor form: Spanish Tutor FormCourse Syllabi here:Spanish 1 Spanish 1 Course SyllabusSpanish for Heritage Speakers Heritage Speakers SyllabusAAHS/UCVTS Honor Code here:SUPPLIES-Chromebook
-Binder with lined paper -a couple of dividers
-Pens and pencils
-Highlighters (2 different colors)-Headphones or earbuds (listening device)RECOMMENDED topics to review before your course starts:Español 1Helpful online resource: www.studyspanish.com
You can also search for other sites.- numbers up to thousands- telling time- colors- interrogatives- days and months- basic weather expressions and seasons- present tenseIn this course, we use a variety of resources, one of them being an electronic on-line text, called Voces. Each student will have their own assigned log-in and is responsible for completing their own assigned activities in their student portal.
Español para hispanohablantesRecursos en la Internet:También se puede buscar otros sitios en la Internet. Es recomendable no usar los sitios web que tengan traducciones.- números hasta 100,000- interrogativos- días y meses- el tiempo y las estaciones- colores- el presenteEn este curso, utilizaremos el texto en la Internet, llamado Senderos 4. Cada estudiante tiene su propio perfil y tiene la responsibilidad de realizar sus propias asignaciones en este texto digital.