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AP THEME: Families and Community- Personal and Public Identities



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AP THEME: Families and Community- Personal and Public Identities


AP SUBTHEME: Family Structure, Customs and Ceremonies- Identity and Multiculturalism

Theme: Family role in shaping our values and beliefs- Myth and Legends

Unit II: Literature as a legacy of our people. Where I come from?


  • Maintain a discussion related to myths and legends.

  • Express and explain elements of reading.

  • Identify local myths and legends.

  • Explore attitudes when reacting to different perspectives of myths and legends.

  • Express opinions and react to world views according to myths and legends from Spanish-speaking countries.

  • Explore myths and legends in their own community or their school and compare them to issues in Spanish speaking communities.

  • Create oral and written reports on reading comprehension and interpretation.

  • Produce an activity showing understanding on the different native indigenous myths and legends

  • Produce an oral or written presentation reflecting current trends and/or attitudes in society related to a known myth or legend of the student’s place of origin.

  • Demonstrate comprehension of content from authentic audio visual texts relating to Spanish-speaking myths and legends.

  • Discuss and/or debate narrative text.

  • Make connections between historical contexts and current attitudes towards current urban myths and legends.

  • Analyze the relationship between myths, legends and current world perception.

  • Demonstrate language varieties within cultures through comparison of different regional myths and legends.

  • Demonstrate language varieties within cultures through comparison of different regional myths and legends


Quarter 3

Time Frame: 9 weeks

AP THEME: Beauty and Aesthetics


AP SUBTHEME: Contribution to World Artistic Heritage, Literature, Performing Arts

Theme: Writing, a way to express yourself.

Unit II: Literature as an expression of ourselves. How I am?


  • Maintain a discussion related to genres of literature.

  • Discuss and/or debate short story elements and themes.

  • Express and explain uses of short stories.

  • Express opinions and react to cultural effects of short stories.

  • Demonstrate comprehension of content from authentic audio visual texts relating to short stories and oral narration.

  • Evaluate and interpret written texts and materials demonstrating literary elements.

  • Explore attitudes when reacting to literary themes.

  • Make connections between historical contexts and current attitudes towards authors and their historical background.

  • Demonstrate language varieties within cultures through comparison of use and purpose of short stories.

  • Analyze the relationship between short stories and cultural impact.

  • Explore short stories in their own community or their school and compare them to issues in Spanish-speaking communities.

  • Identify personal connections to short stories.

  • Create a short story to present in class


Quarter 4

Time Frame: 9 weeks

AP THEME: Global Challenge


AP SUBTHEME: Diversity Issues and Human Rights

Theme: Public Speech; a skill to empower yourself.

Unit II: Public Speech, an instrument of personal growth


  • Explore attitudes when reacting to persuasive speeches.

  • Explore public speaking in their own community or their school and compare them to issues in Spanish-speaking communities.

  • Identify personal connections to public speaking

  • Express and explain elements of persuasive speech and public speaking.

  • Express opinions and react to global challenges.

  • Maintain a discussion related to public speaking

  • Discuss and/or debate social issues and/or human rights

  • Demonstrate comprehension of content from authentic audio visual texts relating to the influence of public speaking.

  • Demonstrate language varieties within cultures through comparison of opinions and reactions to a persuasive speech.

  • Make connections between historical contexts and current attitudes towards different opinions defending and challenging their topic.

  • Analyze the relationship between their opinions before and after a persuasive speech.

  • Create oral and written reports on a selected topic.

  • Create an activity showing understanding on a current global issue.

  • Evaluate and interpret written texts and materials to research their speech topic.

  • Create an oral presentation reflecting current trends and/or attitudes in society related to global challenges (social issues, human rights, diversity issues, environmental issues, health issues)




SFS I

PACING GUIDE

2016-2017

Quarter I

AP THEMES: Personal and Public Identities

AP SUBTHEME: Language, Identity, Beliefs and Values
Theme: Spanish; a language to empower yourself

Unit I: Learning about us; who am I?

*Teach theme driven not grammar driven lessons.

Assess vocabulary, spelling, punctuation, and accentuation in context on an ongoing basis.

WEEK

(estimate)

CONTENT

STRATEGIES AND

SUGGESTED ACTIVITITES

WEEK

1



What are your expectations in this class? / ¿Cuáles son tus expectativas sobre la clase?
What is your goal for this class? /

¿Cuál es tu meta en esta clase?

Diagnostic Assessment


-Create a positive climate for success

-Start with the learner

-Ice breaker activities

-Introduction and class expectations

-Class procedures

-Evaluation

-Syllabus
-Diagnostic test: reading, writing/ grammar assessment. (diagnostic test is under SFS I 2016-17 materials) go to: http://loudounvision.net/


WEEK

2


Introduction to Unit I: How can language be powerful?
How can you use Spanish to empower yourself?


-Discuss and debate language and cultural differences

-Journals

-Dialogue, reflection and feedback

-Essays


-Class participation

-Student Goal Setting

-Self-Assessment

-Peer Assessment



HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH

Honoring our Heritage.  Building our Future.”

September 15- October 15

http://www.hispanicheritagemonth.org/

WEEK

3-4


¨Nuestras raíces¨

-Identity



Who am I?
How to write a descriptive Essay?

Vocabulary (page 139)



Suggested Activities:

-Scaffolding

-Brain Storm

-Cooperative discussion (Think-Pair-Share)

-Define the word identity

-Identify various factors that shape their identity



-Peer interview

Writing:

-Text book-“Español para nosotros”

Chapter 2, Section 5, page 56

Activity: Un ensayo personal

-Graphic organizer

-Identity Chart



-Compare and contrast different aspects of the daily lives of families living in Latin America and USA.

-Discuss cultural differences and similarities.

Resource (go to resource at the end of Q1)

*Reading

- Oral presentation

Other resources, go to SFSI Teacher Exchange on VISION.

*Sendas Literarias I

Unidad 3: La experiencia Migrante

Lección I: Cajas de cartón

Página 138-157

  • Diagram T

  • Diagram “Mente Abierta”

  • Comprehension

  • Grammar

WEEK

5


Social changes affecting the family

BOOK: Español para nosotros

Cap. 6: El hogar y la familia page. 140


Expositive paragraph/ Párrafo expositivo

-review linking words/ palabras conectoras ****



- Examples of expositive paragraph

  • Definition***

  • Examples***

  • Reading (teacher choice or student choice)

  • Journals

  • Presentations

WEEK

6


Research

-Rules and responsibilities when using technology

-How to write a good outline?

-How to summarize?



Suggested Activity:

Identify the topics- (Students will choose their research topic base on the AP theme)

- TRT/teacher orientation

- Planning research activities

- Comp Lab/ Library



Resource:

- Outline/bosquejo**

- Summarize/ resumir**


WEEK

7


Beliefs and values

(teacher will choose a reading resources from VISION or other source)




Reading comprehension

-Compare and contrast beliefs and values from other cultures



Speaking:

  • Four corner debate

  • Socialize discussions

  • Oral Presentations

  • Make comparisons with their own belief and values

Writing:

  • Think-pair-share

  • Journal

  • Graphic organizers

  • Group work

WEEK

8-9


Assessment:

Writing- Essay

Speaking- Oral Presentation


  • Presentations: research‐based multimedia presentation to be shared with the class.

  • Final Essays

  • Suggested Final Activity:

Reflection

“Hispanic: same but different”



Q1- RESOURCES:

*Reading

  • Sendas Literarias I

Unidad 3: La experiencia Migrante

Lección I: Cajas de cartón

Página 138-158

  • http://cuentosparadormir.com/valores/cuentos-de-familia




  • https://www.impo.com.uy/descargas/DEL%20DICHO%20AL%20HECHO%20DERECHO_web.pdf


**Outline/ Bosquejo

http://cai.bayamon.inter.edu/bosquejo.pdf

http://www.caribbean.edu/tutoriales_y_presentaciones/TALLERES/COMO_PREPARAR_UN_BOSQUEJO.pdf

**Summarize/ resumir

http://noticias.universia.es/en-portada/noticia/2013/07/29/1039157/6-consejos-hacer-buen-resumen.pdf

***Expositive paragraph

Definition http://definicion.de/parrafo-expositivo/

Examples http://ejemplosde.info/ejemplos-de-textos-expositivos/

****Linking Words/ palabras conectoras

http://vamosahacerensayos.blogspot.com/2012/03/lista-de-conectores-logicos.html



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