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Continue expanding your foreign language skills with Spanish II – for a second year of Spanish that completes a high school language requirement and gives you usable skills in Spanish.
In this Intermediate Level Spanish course, students will delve deeper into Spanish grammar and learn vocabulary terms and grammar structures that help them build fluency.
Part One of the course teaches students how to use direct object pronouns, indirect object pronouns, commands and future tense conjugation of verbs. By the end of the semester, the students will be able to manage simple conversations in present tense and talk about events in the future.
Week 1: Review Basic Spanish Concepts
Week 2: Direct Object Pronouns and Personal a
Week 3: Review Verbs that use infinitive and present progressive
Week 4: Indirect Object Pronouns
Week 5: Double Pronouns
Week 6: Verb Gustar and Similar Verbs
Week 7: Reflexive Verbs
Week 8: Expressing Future Events
Week 9: Irregular Conjugation in Future Tense
Week 10: Tù Commands Regular and Irregular Form
Week 11: Negative Tù Command
Week 12: General Review
Course Materials: A Trip to Mexico (Beginning Spanish Reader) by Elizabeth Ramsay-Verzariu, ISBN 978-1557674593
Please note that this workbook is currently unavailable on Amazon. You may be able to find a used copy of this book, but if not, don’t worry! Your instructor will tell you what to do on the first day of class.
Homework: During the week prior to each class, students are required to watch a video of Spanish grammar and complete an online quiz. They will read the story of a family traveling to Mexico and will answer comprehension questions. They will also learn a new prayer in Spanish each semester among other assignments posted on Moodle.
During the live class, students will interact with the teacher and each other to practice what they learned in the video and have the opportunity to ask questions.
Students should assign at least one hour every day to practice Spanish.