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Spanish | Foreign Language
Spanish II, Part Two (Second Year)

Continue expanding your foreign language skills with Spanish II — and complete a second year of Spanish (your high school language requirement) with usable skills in speaking and reading.

Total Classes: 12 classes (plus extra recorded lessons)

Duration: 55 minutes

Prerequisite: Spanish II, part one or equivalent

Suggested Grade Level: 8th to 12th grade

Suggested High School Credit: One full semester of Foreign Language or Spanish


In this Intermediate-Level Spanish course, students will delve deeper into Spanish grammar and learn vocabulary terms that help them build fluency. In Part Two of this course, students will learn the past tense conjugation of verbs, as well as the imperfect tense, and other topics. By the end of the second semester, the students will be able to talk about events in the past, present, and future tenses in Spanish.

  1. Acabar de
  2. Verb Ser and Ir in the past tense
  3. The Imperfect Tense Conjugation of Irregular Verbs
  4. Past Tense Conjugation Regular Verbs
  5. The Imperfect Tense
  6. Past Tense Conjugation -car, -gar, -zar
  7. Past Tense servir (e-i), dormir (o-u)
  8. The Imperfect Progressive
  9. Past Tense hacer, venir, estar, tener, querer, etc
  10. Saying the planes you were going to do
  11. Jeopardy to review verbs
  12. General Review SP II, Two

Course Materials: A Trip to Mexico (Beginning Spanish Reader) by Elizabeth Ramsay-Verzariu, ISBN 978-1557674593

Homework: Through repetition and memorization of common phrases as well as by watching videos and PowerPoint presentations, listening to audios, completing workbooks, and other assignments posted on Moodle, the student will learn and practice new vocabulary and new grammar.

During the week prior to each class, the student will be required to watch a video of Spanish grammar and complete a quiz. 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 their Spanish.

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