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Join this high school Intermediate Conversational Spanish course, learning Spanish grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation that allows you to speak the language. Learn vocabulary and phrases related to homes, schools, cities, and more!
In this course, students will be taught a basic vocabulary with an emphasis on simple verb conjugation and pronunciation. Students will sharpen their speaking and listening skills and further develop their reading and writing skills. By the end of this course, students will be able to form basic sentences, conjugate verbs in future, past, and present tenses, and have the tools to conduct themselves through basic conversations.
Session 1 – House Vocabulary and review Conjugation of Verbs in the Present Tense
Session 2 – House Vocabulary continued and Conjugation of ser/estar/tener/ir
Session 3 – Interview a Partner and Conjugation of ser/ester/tener/ir
Session 4 – About the City Vocabulary and Conjugation of ser/estar/tener/ir in the Preterit Tense
Session 5 – About the City Vocabulary continued and Demonstrative Adjectives
Session 6 – Story in the Round and Demonstrative Adjectives continued
Session 7 – School Vocabulary and Present Participle of Verbs
Session 8 – School Vocabulary Continued and Present Participle of Verbs Continued
Session 9 – Reading Comprehension and Conjugation of Verbs in the Preterite Tense
Session 10 – Numbers Review and Conjugation of Verbs in the Preterite Tense continued
Session 11 – Family, Adjectives, Clothing and Color Review and Preterite Tense continued
Session 12 – Food and Entertainment Review and Preterite Tense
Course Materials: All course materials provided free by the instructor. Spanish/English dictionary is recommended. A notebook for Spanish is required, as well as a folder to place any worksheets printed.
Homework: Students will be expected to spend about 3 to 5 hours per week outside of weekly classes. This is not meant to discourage students. Simply put, repetition is key when learning any new language. Audio files will be expected to be submitted to parents either as an audio file or can be completed orally.