• ¡Bienvenidos a la Clase de Español  
    With señora: Elsa Licinski  
     

    email address: 

    elicinski@mtsd.us

     

     2016/2017 School year.

            

      Extra Help: Wednesdays (or with appointment) in room B1121 
     

    Please go to our Google Classroom using the student's email login and password to access daily assignments and resources. 

       All grades and upcoming assessments will be posted on  Genesis Parents Resourse    

    COURSE DESCRIPTION: SPANISH 1

    This course is designed for students who have little or no background knowledge of Spanish. At this level students will learn to communicate effectively and by the end of this class, students will reach the Novice-Mid level. Throughout this class, students will develop listening, reading, speaking and writing skills using authentic material from different Hispanic regions in order for the students to learn effectively the Hispanic culture.

      This course meets state graduation requirements for World Languages and NJ  

       Student Learning Standard 7.1.  Students progress towards ACTFL Novice- 

      Mid proficiency.

     

        OBJECTIVES:

    1.     To develop competence in cultural exchanges with the language-related ethnic groups;

    2.     To use written and spoken language at the ACTFL novice mid-level in a variety of familiar situations and contexts;

    3.     To strengthen knowledge and application of foundational language structures needed for successful acquisition and continued, upper-level study

    UNITS FOR THE YEAR:

    Unit 1 – Let’s get started

    Unit 3 – In and after school

    Unit 2 – My family, my home

    Unit 4 – What we eat

      

    COURSE DESCRIPTION: SPANISH 5

    This course provides an option for further study of Spanish and emphasizes communication and culture. Students will be prepared to use Spanish in real life situations of a more sophisticated nature, including mature themes like politics, environmental preservation and human rights. The emphasis will be oral expression and the development of communication skills, from discussions about video clips, films & music to conversations about short readings, poetry & magazine articles.

    This course meets state graduation requirements for World Languages and NJ  

    Student Learning Standard 7.1.  Students progress towards ACTFL Intermediate-Mid/High proficiency.

     PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of Spanish 4

         OBJECTIVES:

    1.     To develop competence in cultural exchanges with the language-related ethnic groups;

    2.     To use written and spoken language at the ACTFL Intermediate-Mid/High level in a variety of familiar situations and contexts;

    3.     To strengthen knowledge and application of foundational language structures needed for successful acquisition and continued, upper-level study

    UNITS FOR THE YEAR:

    Unit 1 – Technology and Progress

    Unit 3 – Human Rights

    Unit 2 – Effective Story Telling

    Unit 4 – Show-business