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Spanish III A/B

Learning Outcomes

Spanish III A

Spanish IIIA is an advanced intermediate-level Spanish course designed for independent learners. Through videos, audio clips and a variety of interactive activities and cultural interviews, students will see and hear native speakers around the Spanish-speaking world. Then students will themselves participate in both written and oral activities designed to incorporate the new vocabulary and grammar they have learned each unit.

Key components of this course are: unit assignments, virtual classroom participation, discussion board posting and a term project. Students are assessed unit by unit via vocabulary tests, completion of assignments, participation in virtual classroom discussions, timely postings to the discussion board, a final examination and successful completion of a Term Project. Suggestions will guide the student in how to best complete these tasks. Specific learning outcomes and reading assignments are provided on a unit by unit basis.

Spanish IIIA is intended to be the first half of a third year Spanish course, at the end of which the successful student will be able to participate in everyday conversations with considerable fluency in Spanish. Both Spanish IIIA and Spanish IIIB have been designed so that the student can proceed at an even pace throughout the semester. It is important that the student familiarize him/herself with the sign-in process and begin reading immediately.

Spanish III B

Spanish IIIB is an advanced intermediate-level Spanish course designed for independent learners. Through videos, audio clips and a variety of interactive activities and cultural interviews, students will see and hear native speakers around the Spanish-speaking world. Then students will themselves participate in both written and oral activities designed to incorporate the new vocabulary and grammar they have learned each unit.

Key components of this course are: unit assignments, virtual classroom participation, discussion board posting and a term project. Students are assessed unit by unit via vocabulary tests, completion of assignments, participation in virtual classroom discussions, timely postings to the discussion board, a final examination and successful completion of a Term Project. Suggestions will guide the student in how to best complete these tasks. Specific learning outcomes and reading assignments are provided on a unit by unit basis.

Spanish IIIB is intended to be the second half of a third year Spanish course, at the end of which the successful student will be able to participate in everyday conversations with considerable fluency in Spanish. Both Spanish IIIA and Spanish IIIB have been designed so that the student can proceed at an even pace throughout the semester. However, both courses require that the student do additional reading the first unit of the course and, the case of Spanish IIIA, fifth unit of the course. Therefore, it is important that the student familiarize him/herself with the E-Classroom sign-in process and begin reading immediately.

All courses are written to California Department of Education
standards and to national standards, as applicable.