Spanish I ap curriculum Guide World Languages and Cultures



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Read , understand, and be ready to answer the questions the teacher will ask you about the reading. Notice that not all the answers may appear in the reading. You may need to infer information.


Use the A/B prompt to create a dialogue with a partner. Make sure you include everything you may require to answer the given prompt.

Describe a picture using the vocabulary suggested.

Prepare a presentation on a given topic.




APTHEME : CONTEMPORATY LIFE, FAMMILIES AND COMMUNITIES


AP Topic: Leisure and Sports, Childhood and Adolescence



Recommended pacing: 4 Weeks

(Unit 2 Q1)

Virginia State Foreign Language Standards of Learning for Level :

S 1.1 Students engage in conversation, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions.

S 1.2 Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics.

S 1.3 Students present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics

S 2.1 Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the culture studied

S 3.1 Students reinforce and further their knowledge of other disciplines through the foreign language

S 3.2 Students acquire information and recognize the distinctive viewpoints that are only available through the foreign language and its cultures

S 4.2 Students demonstrate understanding on the concept of culture through comparison between Hispanic cultures and their own.

S 5.1 Students use the language both within and beyond the school setting


COMMUNICATION
-Interpersonal -Interpretive
-Presentational


CULTURES/ CONNECTIONS

COMPARISONS/ COMMUNITIES

ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE
(Facts & Skills)





  • Talk about preferences in leisure activities

  • Read and listen to information about leisure activities, likes and dislikes (gustar)

  • Listen to and understand information about infinitives

  • Regular ar, er, ir verbs

  • Learn how to ask questions

  • Obligations (tener que)

  • Interrogative questions

  • Extend, accept and decline invitations

  • Express agreement and disagreement




  • Students research and discuss the

popular hobbies and sports of their

assigned Spanish speaking country.




  • Discuss the popularity of sports in

Spanish speaking countries and their

Own backgrounds.




  • Students discuss the popularity of

the sports and hobbies of their

assigned Spanish speaking country

Students will discuss what makes

some sports and hobbies more

more popular that other throughout

the Spanish speaking world.







  • Students will discuss the differences between football and soccer and how they share the same name.




  • Students will watch in school and at home a soccer game in Spanish and a soccer game in English and discuss in class the similarities and differences




  • Play soccer VS another class







  • Identify sports and favorite hobbies.

  • Discuss which hobbies they like, dislike and prefer.

  • Compare sports.

  • Express agreement or

disagreement.
Identify -ar- er-& -ir infinitive verbs.
Gustar

¿Qué te gusta hacer? (No) Me

gusta ____. ¿Qué te gusta más ___o

___? Me gusta mucho_____. Me

encanta ____. A mí también, a mí

tampoco, ¿Cuál es tu deporte

favorito? ¿Cuál es tu pasatiempo

favorito? “preferir”






USEFUL VOCABULARY



Q1/c1A: Likes & dislikes, leisures & activities







ACTIVIDADES

GUSTAR
Me Gusta/No me gusta


PRONOMBRES

OTRAS PALABRAS Y EXPRESIONES

bailar
to dance

leer
to read

(A mí) me gusta _____.
I like to _______.

yo
I

a veces
sometimes

cantar
to sing

leer novelas (las)
to read novels

(A mí) me gusta más _____.
I like to _______ better.


You - informal

 favorito(a)

favorite

comprar
to buy

leer revistas (las)
to read magazines

(A mí) me gusta mucho_____.
I like to _______ a lot.

usted
You - formal

hay
there is/are

correr
to run

montar en bicicleta
to ride a bike

(A mí) no me gusta nada___.
I don't like to_____ at all.

él/ella
he/she

mucho
a lot

dibujar
to draw

montar en monopatín
to ride a skateboard

(A mí) no me gusta___.
I don't like to_____.

nosotros/nosotras
we

muy
very

escribir cuentos
to write stories

montar
to ride

A mí también.
I do too./ Me too.

vosotros/vosotras
you - plural

o
or

escuchar música
to listen to music

nadar
to swim

A mí tampoco.
I don't like to ___either.

ustedes
you - plural

pero a veces…..
but sometimes...

esquiar
to ski

pasar tiempo con amigos
to spend time with friends

ni…ni
neither…nor, not…or

ellos / ellas
they

pero
but

estudiar
to study

patinar
to skate

no le gusta...
he/she doesn't like...
you don't like... (formal)


 

poco
a little bit

hablar por teléfono
to talk on the phone

practicar deportes
to practice sports

no te gusta…
you don't like… (informal)

 

pues
well

hacer
to do

tocar la guitarra
to play the guitar

¿Qué más te gusta hacer?
What else do you like to do?

 

si
if

hacer la gimnasia
to do gymnastics

trabajar
to work

¿Qué te gusta más?
What do you like better?

 


yes

ir a la escuela
to go to school

usar la computadora
to use the computer

¿Te gusta______?
Do you like to ____?

 

tengo
I have

jugar
to play

ver la tele
to watch TV

¿Y a ti?
And you?

 

tiene
he/she/it has
you have (formal)


jugar a la pelota
to play baseball

viajar
to travel

le gusta
he/she likes/you like (formal)

 

tienes
you have (informal)

jugar al baloncesto
to play basketball

 

me gusta
I like

 




jugar al fútbol americano
to play football

 




 




jugar al fútbol
to play soccer

 

ARTÍCULOS INDEFINIDOS

ARTÍCULOS DEFINIDOS

 

jugar al tenis
to play tenis

 

un/una
a/an

el/los
the

 

jugar videojuegos
to play videogames

 

unos/unas
some

la/las
the

 

la lucha libre
wrestling

 

 

 

 




















RECYCLED/ONGOING TOPICS/STRUCTURES


Vocabulario relacionado con los saludos, el clima, el calendario, las partes del cuerpo, las emociones

la hora, los números,




RESOURCES/ ACTIVITIES

Teachers resources available on http://loudounvision.net/ LCPS Spanish Teacher Exchange


ASSESSMENTS/ RUBRICS
NOTE: Teachers should use the appropriate rubrics for speaking and writing CPAs*
*Communicative Performance Assessments


Suggested Interpretive Task

Suggested Interpersonal Task

Suggested Presentational Task


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