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Spanish, Level ICourse AuthorEsmeralda ArismendezYour grader may be different from the author.SPAN 1B features: 1/2 unit credit 8 graded lessons each containing Introduction, Lesson Objectives, Howto Proceed, Discussion, Practice Exercises, and Lesson Assignment 1 final examination 1 textbook, 1 workbook, and the set of 3 audio CDs; see specific optionsin Course Introduction Optional: ¡Buen viaje! Level 1 eCoach Spanish CD-ROM student must have access to a computer with a CD-ROM drive that canplay audio CDs and interactive programs, an audiocassette recorder or adevice capable of recording your voice to a CD, and 10 recordableaudiocassettes or compact discs with a 30-minute capacity each Prerequisites: SPAN 1A All lesson assignments must be submitted via U.S. Postal Service, UPS,or FedEx only.SPAN 1Bv.4.0Published byTexas Tech University Independent School DistrictBox 42191Lubbock, TX 79409-2191

Texas Tech University Independent School District (TTUISD) K-12 coursesare developed by state-certified instructors to comply with the Texas Essential Knowledgeand Skills (TEKS), Title 19 TAC Part II, Chapters 110-128, as administered by the TexasEducation Agency (TEA). Students are encouraged to visit toreview the TEKS used by these state-certified instructors to develop TTUISD K-12 courses.TTUISD Course DevelopmentInstructional Designer: Esmeralda ArismendezCopyright 2007 by the Board of Regents acting for and on behalf ofTexas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas 79409. All rights reserved.

TABLE OF CONTENTSIntroduction toSPAN 1B: Spanish, Level I . vCourse LessonsLesson One:Deportes de equipo . 1Lesson Two:La salud y el medico . 9Lesson Three: El verano y el invierno . 17Lesson Four:Diversiones culturales, Part I . 25Lesson Five:Diversiones culturales, Part II . 31Lesson Six:Un viaje en avion, Part I . 37Lesson Seven: Un viaje en avion, Part II . 43Lesson Eight:Una gira . 49Final Examination Directions . 57AppendicesAppendix A:Answer Key for Practice Exercises . 69Appendix B:Sample Speaking Assignment Evaluation Form . 97

Spanish, Level ISpanish 1B is a continuation of Spanish 1A. This course will continueto teach topics such as grammar, vocabulary, and cultural concepts.This will provide you with further language skills in listening, speaking,reading, and writing Spanish. In progressing through the variouschapters, you will develop a wide range of vocabulary and the necessarygrammatical structures to support communication in Spanish. By theend of the course, you will be able to converse, read, and write in basic,grammatically correct sentences in Spanish.After completing this course, you should be able to:Course Objectives comprehend Spanish through listening and reading; produce Spanish through speaking and writing with a basicdegree of accuracy on a variety of topics including the following:— sports—football, baseball, basketball;— parts of the body;— minor illness;— emotions;— the doctor’s office and the pharmacy;— summer weather and activities;— winter weather and activities;— attending cultural events;— travel by air, bus, or subway;— daily routines;— camping;SPAN 1B, v.4.0Introduction v

Texas Tech University identify aspects of Hispanic cultures; understand and use basic linguistic concepts, including thefollowing:— present tense of the verbs tener, tener que, and ir a;— stem-changing verbs in the present e—ie;— stem changing verbs in the present o—ue;— present tense tense of the verbs—ar ;— pronouns lo, la, los, and las;— ir and ser in the preterite.Textbooks andMaterialsThe required textbooks and materials for this course are:Schmitt, Conrad J., and Woodford, Protase E. (2005 Texas Edition).Glencoe Spanish 1 ¡Buen viaje! New York: The McGraw-HillCompanies. ISBN 0-07-866361-XSchmitt, Conrad J., and Woodford, Protase E. (2005). GlencoeSpanish 1 ¡Buen viaje! Workbook and Audio Activities (doesnot include audio CDs). New York: The McGraw-HillCompanies. ISBN 0078619521Audioprogram CDs to accompany Glencoe Spanish 1 ¡Buen viaje!In addition, you may purchase the optional ¡Buen viaje! Level 1 eCoachSpanish CD-ROM. This is a good reinforcement for each chapter in thetextbook. The eCoach CD-ROM contains reviews, games, assessments,etc., that will help you learn as you work through the textbook.Required equipment for: CD player, an audiocassette recorderor a device capable of recording your voice to a CD, and 10recordable audiocassettes or compact discs with a 30-minutecapacity each.Tapes or CDs that you mail to TTUISD as part of your lessonassignments will not be returned to IntroductionSPAN 1B, v.4.0

Independent School DistrictEach chapter of the textbook is divided in this order:About the Textbook1. Vocabulario (Vocabulary). This section provides practice for themastery of new vocabulary. Vocabulary words are also presentedon the audio CD.2. Estructura (Structure). This section builds communicativecompetence with thematically linked structure. New structuresare presented in simple terms with familiar vocabulary.3. Conversación (Conversation). In this section, you will applynewly learned vocabulary and structures to real-life situations.You can watch and participate in the interactive conversations onCD-ROM.4. Lectura opcional (Optional Reading). Optional cultural readingsreinforce the chapter theme and expand your understanding ofthe Spanish-speaking world.5. Conexiones (Connections). In this section, you will further yourknowledge of other disciplines in Spanish.6. ¡Te toca a tí! (It’s your turn!). In this section, you will use yournewly acquired skills to communicate in meaningful, open-endedactivities.7. Assessment. The assessment activities will give you a chance toevaluate what you have really learned.SPAN 1B consists of eight lessons and a final exam. Directions forproceeding through the course—what pages to study, which exercises tolisten to, which workbook pages to complete, and which assignmentsare required for each lesson—are given in each lesson of this courseguide. The lessons in this course guide cover Capitulos 7-12 in thetextbook.About ThisCourse GuideFor clarity, the following list shows the correspondence between thelessons in the course guide and the material in the textbook.Lesson One:Capítulo 7—Deportes de equipoLesson Two:Capítulo 8—La salud y el medicoLesson Three: Capítulo 9—El verano y el inviernoSPAN 1B, v.4.0Introduction vii

Texas Tech UniversityLesson Four:Capítulo 10—Diversiones culturales, Part ILesson Five:Capítulo 10—Diversiones culturales, Part IILesson Six:Capítulo 11—Un viaje en avion, Part ILesson Seven: Capítulo 11—Un viaje en avion, Part IILesson Eight:Capítulo 12—Una giraThese units of study make up the equivalent of one semester of highschool credit. In addition to the material in the textbook, you will berequired to complete workbook exercises and audio-aural activitiespertaining to each lesson.At the beginning of each lesson is an Introduction, a set of LessonObjectives, and step-by step instructions that tell you How to Proceed.Each lesson has Practice Exercises to help you prepare for theassignment. You will not turn in practice exercises; answers for theseexercises are provided in Appendix A of this course guide. Even thoughyou will not turn in the Practice Exercises, I recommend that you dothem and check your answers with the answer key. They will help youget ready for the lesson assignments and the final exam.At the end of each lesson, you will find Lesson Assignments. Thissection contains the assignments that you will submit for a grade. Formost lessons, you will complete assignments on the pages provided inthis course guide, then either tear out or photocopy the appropriatepages to mail in for grading. I recommend that you make a copy ofeach lesson before mailing so that you will be able to resubmit if alesson is damaged or lost in the mail. Some lessons will instruct you touse your own paper. For these assignments, you should use either linednotebook paper (8½" 11") or lined paper from a letter-sized legal pad.Remember to keep a copy of all the work you submit.Assignments in each lesson are marked with a pencil and/or audio icon.They are numbered continuously from section to section within eachlesson. Where page numbers are given, they refer to the textbook unlessotherwise specified.You will be required to listen and respond orally and in writing to CDsfor each lesson you submit for a grade. I recommend that you listen tothem more than once—you will hear something new every time! Youshould plan to spend an hour and a half to two hours listening andresponding to the audio portion of each lesson. Don’t try to hurryviii IntroductionSPAN 1B, v.4.0

Independent School Districtthrough this listening and practicing process. Language is like music: itis an “oral-aural” medium, and usually it is learned first with the ears andthen with the eyes. Close your eyes and let your ears learn the soundsbefore your eyes work on the reading and writing. You will hear thisadvice repeated throughout the course—that is how important this oralwork is. In addition to completing audio exercises, you will be requiredto submit a cassette tape or CD with lessons recorded. These tapes orCDs give you the opportunity to practice oral communication in Spanishand to prepare to meet the objectives for oral proficiency as required byTEA.Remember to record the assignments on your own standard-sizedaudiotape (no mini-cassettes, please) or your own CD. Do not try torecord on the prerecorded tapes or CDs provided with your course.You will find a sample of the evaluation form that will be used for thespeaking assignments in Appendix B of this course guide.Your final grade for the course consists of your lesson grades (75% of thecourse grade) and your final examination grade (25% of the coursegrade). However, regardless of your lesson grades, you must pass thefinal examination to pass the course. This is TTUISD policy, and noexceptions will be made.Grading PolicyA variation of the standard A-F grading scale will be used for lessons,final exam, and final course grade. (Variations occur in the percentagesfor C, D, and F.)A(far exceeds requirements)90-100%B(exceeds requirements)80-89%C(meets requirements)75-79%D(needs improvement)70-74%F(fails to meet requirements)0-69%Your speech recordings throughout the course will be graded on thebasis of the following five criteria:1. Completeness: Did you complete the assignment?SPAN 1B, v.4.0Introduction ix

Texas Tech University2. Pronunciation, intonation, and fluency: Are you attempting touse correct Spanish pronunciation? Do you speak Spanish with anatural flow and rate of speech, or are there lots of stops andhesitations which indicate a lack of practice and effort?3. Correctness of grammar: Are you using correct verb forms andtenses? Are you following the rules for noun-adjectiveagreement? Are you using pronouns correctly? Are youincorporating grammatical instruction from the lessons correctly?4. Vocabulary: Do you express thoughts with a vocabulary that isappropriate both to the topic and to your level of study?5. Comprehension: Could a native speaker of Spanish understandyou?About the Authorx IntroductionMy name is Esmeralda Arismendez. I have a bachelor’s degree inBilingual Education from Texas Tech University. I have my Spanishcertification and Special Education certification. My work experienceincludes teaching bilingual elementary school for four years. I alsotaught Spanish in middle school for two years. I taught SpecialEducation for six years and now I am back teaching Spanish I andSpanish II in high school. My favorite subject to teach is Spanish I. I amalso an instructor for Texas Tech University Independent School District,grading for Spanish I and Spanish II courses.SPAN 1B, v.4.0

Deportes de equipoelcome to Spanish 1B. If you areInteractive CD-ROMbeginning this course, that meansAudio CD5, tracks 1-25that you have received credit for SpanishTextbook, Capitulo 7, pages200-2391A. You may want to go back and lookWorkbook,pages 71-86at the first six chapters in the textbook toAudio Activity pages A33-A38refresh your vocabulary and to revieweCoach CD-ROM (optional)some concepts before beginning thiscourse. I wish you the very best. If you work hard and read verycarefully, then you will be successful. Let’s begin.WIntroductionAfter completing this lesson, you should be able to:Lesson Objectives talk about team sports and other physical activities; tell what you want to, begin to, and prefer to do; talk about people’s activities; express what interests, bores, or pleases you; discuss the role of sports in the Hispanic world.12Make sure you have read the Introduction and Objectives for thislesson.How to ProceedLook over the material for this lesson, including the Capítulo 7pages of the textbook, the workbook, the audio activity sheetsSPAN 1B, v.4.0Lesson One 1

Texas Tech University(located in the back half of the student workbook), and theaudio CDs.34567DiscussionDiscussion Point #1Using your textbook and audio CD for Capítulo 7, read and takenotes on pages 200-239 in the textbook.Read and work through the Discussion sections in this lesson. Itwill help you understand and expand on what you read in the text.Use the eCoach CD-ROM, if available, to help you practice theconcepts in this lesson.Complete the Practice Exercises for this lesson. Check youranswers using the answer key in Appendix A.Complete the Lesson One Assignment and submit it to TTUISDaccording to the directions given in the Policies & Forms Guide.Review your notes briefly every day until you complete the course.After finishing this lesson, you may proceed to Lesson Two.Using your textbook and audio CD for Capítulo 7, turn to page210, “Verbos de cambio radical e ie en el presente.” These aresome verbs that change in spelling in the root.Study the chart below.empezar (to begin)SingularPluralFirst personyo empiezonosotros empezamosSecond persontú empiezas(vosotros -áis)Third personusted,él, ella empiezaustedes,ellos, ellas empiezanThis chart is not exactly like the one that you see on page 210, but it isthe same concept. This is provided so you can see the full picture whenyou are conjugating verbs. Now the nosotros form does not change inspelling. This is the only form that does not change when you aretalking about stem-changing verbs. These kinds of verbs are also knownas shoe verbs. In the chart, they make a shoe shape around the verbsthat change in spelling (see below).2 Lesson OneSPAN 1B, v.4.0

Independent School Districtquerer (to want)SingularPluralFirst personyo quieronosotros queremosSecond persontú quieres(vosotros -áis)Third personusted,él, ella quiereustedes,ellos, ellas quierenThis stem-changing verb is just like the ones studied previously but itchanges from o to ue.Study the chart below. This is also explained on page 213 in yourtextbook.volver (to return)yo vuelvoNosotros volvemostú vuelves(vosotros -áis)ustedél, ella vuelveustedesellos, ellas vuelvenPage 213 in the textbook shows two other verbs, poder and dormir.These are the same when you conjugate them. They change fromo to ue.Now turn to page A35 in your workbook and do Actividad C(CD5, track 13). Check your answers with the answer keyprovided in Appendix A of this course guide.SPAN 1B, v.4.0CD5, track 13Lesson One 3

Texas Tech UniversityDiscussion Point #2Turn to page 215 in your textbook, “Interesar, aburrir y gustar,”expressing what interests, bores, or pleases you.Study this page carefully. These verbs are not conjugated theway you are use to conjugating verbs that end in ar or ir. Now study thechart below.interesar (to interest)me interesanos interesate interesale interesales interesaAs you can see, this chart is the same as the other charts and it is thesame concept. When you are talking about something that interests you,then you say, “Me interesa el beisbol. (Baseball interests me.)” Now ifwhat you are interested in is plural, like “I like sports”—the word sports isplural—then you say, “Me interesan los deportes. (Sports interest me.)”You have to add n after interesa because what you are talking about isplural.Let’s continue with the explanation of the chart. “Te interesa el beisbol”means baseball interests you. “Le interesa el beisbol” means baseballinterests him, her, or you (formal). “Nos interesa el beisbol” meansbaseball interests us. “Les interesa el beisbol” means baseball intereststhem. Don’t forget to add the n after each verb you are using whenwhatever you are talking about is plural. The same rule is applied toverbs like aburrir and gustar.Practice Exercises(do not submit for grading)Read the vocabulary presentation in the textbook, pages 202-209.Remember, practice reading and speaking out loud. This will help youwhen it is time for you to do your recording on the speaking part of theLesson Assignment.You should do all these practice activities before you submit the LessonAssignment for grading. You need to learn the material and prove toyourself that you know it. Then you can do the assignment and submit itfor grading. After you have finished the Practice Exercises, check youranswers with the answer key provided in Appendix A of this courseguide.4 Lesson OneSPAN 1B, v.4.0

Independent School DistrictComplete the following activities in your workbook andtextbook, then check your answers with the key inAppendix A.CD5, Tracks 1-25Primera parte:Vocabulario, Palabras 1 Actividad A, “Listen and repeat,” workbook page A33 (CD5,track 1). Listen to the vocabulary from textbook pages 202-203,Vocabulario, Palabras 1, “El fútbol.” Actividad B, “Listen and choose,” workbook page A33 (CD5,track 2) Actividad C, “Listen and choose,” workbook page A33 (CD5,track 3) Actividad D, “Listen and choose,” workbook page A34 (CD5,track 4)Vocabulario, Palabras 2 Actividad E, “Listen and repeat,” workbook page A34 (CD5,track 5). Listen to the vocabulary from textbook pages 206-207,Vocabulario, Palabras 2, “El béisbol.” Actividad F, “Listen and choose,” workbook page A34 (CD5,track 6) Actividad G, “Listen and repeat,” workbook page A34 (CD5,track 7). Listen to the vocabulary from textbook page 207,Vocabulario, Palabras 2, “El básquetbol, El balconcesto.” Actividad H, “Listen and choose,” workbook page A34 (CD5,track 8) Actividad I, “Listen and choose,” workbook page A35 (CD5,track 9) Actividad J, :Listen and choose,” workbook page A35 (CD5,track 10)SPAN 1B, v.4.0Lesson One 5

Texas Tech UniversityEstructura Actividad C, “Listen and choose,” workbook page A35 (CD5,track 13) Actividad E, “Listen and choose,” workbook page A35 (CD5,track 15)Conversación Actividad G, “Listen,” workbook page A36 (CD5, track 17). Listento the conversation from textbook page 218, “¿Quieres jugar?”. Actividad H, “Listen and choose,” workbook page A36 (CD5,track 18)Segunda parte Actividad A, “Listen,” workbook page A37 (CD5, track 21) Actividad B, “Listen and choose,” workbook page A37 (CD5,track 22) Actividad E, “Listen and choose,” workbook page A38 (CD5,track 25)Check your answers with the key in Appendix A of this course guide.Optional: I

Aug 24, 2014 · Spanish 1 ¡Buen viaje! Workbook and Audio Activities (does not include audio CDs). New York: The McGraw-Hill Companies. ISBN 0078619521 Audioprogram CDs to accompany Glencoe Spanish 1 ¡Buen viaje! In addition, you may purchase the optional ¡Buen viaje! Level 1 eCoach Spanish CD-ROM. This

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