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Scope and SequenceCapítuloLearning OutcomesCulturePreliminar Introduce yourself, greet others, and saygoodbye Identify people and classroom objects andtell where they are in the classroom Listen to and respond to classroomexpressions and requests Spell names and addresses and sharephone numbers Express dates, tell time, and comment onthe weather Share information about the Spanishlanguage and where it is spokenEnfoque cultural: Talk about studies, campus, andacademic life Describe daily routines and activities Ask and answer questions Express location and states of being Specify gender and number Talk about Spain in terms of products,practices, and perspectives Share information about student life inHispanic countries and identify culturalsimilaritiesEnfoque cultural: Describe people, places, and things Express origin and possession Talk about where and when events takeplace Describe what someone or something is like Express emotions and conditions Identify what belongs to you and others Discuss the people, things, and activitiesyou and others like and dislike Talk about Hispanics in the United Statesin terms of products, practices, andperspectives Talk about cultural stereotypesEnfoque cultural:Bienvenidos21¿Qué estudias?2¿Quiénes son tusamigos? 6228El español en el mundoEspaña329Mosaico cultural:La vida universitaria en Españae Hispanoamérica 39En acción:Los saludos40Estados Unidos63Mosaico cultural:Los estereotipos y la culturahispana 73En acción: Entre amigos enLos Ángeles 74viA01 CAST2897 07 SE FM.indd 611/26/18 8:26 PM

Vocabulario en contextoFunciones y formasMosaicosLas presentaciones 5Los saludos y las despedidas 7¿Qué hay en el salón de clase? 10Los meses del año y los díasde la semana 11El tiempo 13Expresiones útiles en la clase 14El alfabeto 16Identifying and describing people:Singular forms of ser 17Los estudiantes españoles 31La universidad y los cursos 33Las actividades de los estudiantesAsking and answering questions:Interrogative words 41Escucha Listen for the gistExpressing location and states of being:Present tense of estar 44Habla Ask questions to gatherinformation 58Locating people and things: Estar location 19Using numbers: Numbers 0 to 9921Expressing time in Spanish: Tellingtime 2436Talking about academic life andactivities: Present tense of regular -arverbs 47Talking about academic life andactivities: Present tense of regular -erand -ir verbs 5158Lee Identify the format of a text59Escribe Brainstorm key ideas beforewriting 60Specifying gender and number: Articlesand nouns 54Mis amigos y yo 65Las descripciones 67El origen 70Identifying and describing people,places, and things: Adjectives 75Escucha Listen for specific informationIdentifying and describing; expressingorigin, possession, location of events,and time: Present tense of ser 80Habla Describe a personExpressing qualities, emotions, andconditions: Ser and estar withadjectives 83Expressing ownership: Possessiveadjectives 879595Lee Scan a text for specificinformation 96Escribe Use adjectives to enrich yourdescriptions 98Expressing likes and dislikes:Gustar 91viiA01 CAST2897 07 SE FM.indd 711/26/18 8:26 PM

Scope and Sequence (continued)Capítulo3¿Qué hacen paradivertirse? 1004¿Cómo es tufamilia? 1385¿Dónde vives?172Learning OutcomesCulture Describe free-time activities and food Plan your daily activities and expressintentions Identify prices and dates State what and whom you know Talk about Peru in terms of products,practices, and perspectives Share information about free-time activitiesin Hispanic countries and identify culturalsimilaritiesEnfoque cultural: Talk about family members and their dailyroutines Express opinions, plans, preferences, andfeelings Express obligation Express how long something has beengoing on Talk about Venezuela in terms of products,practices, and perspectives Share information about families and familylife in Hispanic countries and make culturalcomparisonsEnfoque cultural: Talk about housing, the home, andhousehold activities Express ongoing actions Describe physical and emotional states Avoid repetition in speaking and writing Point out and identify people and things Express when, where, or how an actionoccurs Talk about Nicaragua, El Salvador, andHonduras in terms of products, practices,and perspectives Talk about housing in urban areasEnfoque cultural:Perú101Mosaico cultural:Los jóvenes y la vida socialEn acción:¡A comer!Venezuela112113139Mosaico cultural:Las telenovelas venezolanas 148En acción:Una fiesta en familia149Nicaragua, El Salvador yHonduras 173Mosaico cultural:Las viviendas en centrosurbanos 183En acción:En casa184viii Scope and SequenceA01 CAST2897 07 SE FM.indd 811/26/18 8:26 PM

Vocabulario en contextoFunciones y formasMosaicosLas diversiones 103Los planes 106La comida 109Expressing movement and plans:Present tense of ir and ir a infinitive 114Escucha Use background knowledgeExpressing intention, means, movement,and duration: Some uses of por andpara 118Talking about things we do: Presenttense of hacer, poner, salir, traer,and oír 121Talking about quantity: Numbers 100 to2,000,000 126133Habla Inform yourself before you do asurvey 134Lee Look for and use key wordsEscribe Write for your audience135136Stating what you know: Saber andconocer 129Los miembros de la familia 141¿Qué hacen los parientes? 144Las rutinas familiares 146Expressing obligation: Tener que infinitive 150Escucha Listen for a purpose167Expressing opinions, plans, preferences,and feelings: Present tense ofstem-changing verbs: e ie,o ue, and e i 153Habla Organize information167Talking about daily routines: Reflexiveverbs and pronouns 157Expressing reciprocity: Reciprocalverbs and pronouns 160Lee Use the title and illustrations toanticipate content 168Escribe Use your knowledge of the topic whenyou write 170Expressing how long something hasbeen going on: Hace with expressionsof time 164¿Dónde vives? 175La casa, los muebles y loselectrodomésticos 178Las tareas domésticas 181Expressing ongoing actions: Presentprogressive 185Escucha Create mental imagesDescribing physical and emotionalstates: Expressions with tener 189Habla Plan what you want to sayAvoiding repetition in speaking andwriting: Direct object nouns andpronouns 193Lee Inform yourself about a topic beforeyou start to read 206Pointing out and identifying people andthings: Demonstrative adjectives andpronouns 198Escribe Consider various perspectives205205208Expressing when, where, or how anaction occurs: Adverbs 202Scope and SequenceA01 CAST2897 07 SE FM.indd 9ix11/26/18 8:26 PM

Scope and Sequence (continued)Capítulo6¿Qué te gustacomprar? 2107¿Cuál es tu deportefavorito? 2488¿Cuáles son tustradiciones? 2849¿Dónde trabajas?326Learning OutcomesCulture Talk about shopping and clothes Describe people, objects, and events Indicate to whom or for whom an actiontakes place Express likes and dislikes Talk about events in the past Talk about Colombia in terms of products,practices, and perspectives Share information about shopping practicesin Hispanic countries and identify culturalsimilaritiesEnfoque cultural: Talk about sportsTalk about the weatherEmphasize and clarify informationTalk about past eventsTalk about Argentina and Uruguay in termsof products, practices, and perspectives Share information about sporting eventsin Hispanic countries and identify culturalsimilaritiesEnfoque cultural: Discuss situations and celebrations Describe conditions and express ongoingactions in the past Tell stories about past events Compare people and things Talk about Mexico in terms of products,practices, and perspectives Share information about celebrations inHispanic countries and make culturalcomparisonsEnfoque cultural: Enfoque cultural:Talk about careers and employmentDescribe past events in more detailAvoid repetitionGive instructions and suggestionsTalk about Guatemala in terms of products,practices, and perspectives Share information about the causes andconsequences of migration from Guatemalato the United StatesColombia211Mosaico cultural:221Las tiendas de barrioEn acción:De moda222249Argentina y UruguayMosaico cultural:Los hinchas y elsuperclásico 259En acción:Vamos a hacer surfMéxico260285Mosaico cultural:Las tradiciones y la diversidadcultural 296En acción:Hay que celebrarGuatemala297327Mosaico cultural:¿Trabajas o estudias?En acción:Buscando trabajo337338x Scope and SequenceA01 CAST2897 07 SE FM.indd 1011/26/18 8:26 PM

Vocabulario en contextoFunciones y formasMosaicosLas compras 213La ropa 216¿Qué debo llevar? 219Describing people, objects, and events:More about ser and estar 223Escucha Take notes to recall informationIndicating to whom or for whom anaction takes place: Indirect objectnouns and pronouns 226Habla Expressing dissatisfaction to achieve aresult 243Expressing likes and dislikes: Gustarand similar verbs 230Lee Use context to figure out the meaningof unfamiliar words 244Talking about the past: Preterit tenseof regular verbs 235Talking about the past: Preterit of irand ser 239Los deportes 251El tiempo 254¿Qué pasó ayer? 257Escribe Recount events in sequence246Talking about the past: Preterit ofreflexive verbs 261Escucha Differentiate fact from opinionTalking about the past: Preterit of -erand -ir verbs whose stem ends in avowel 265Habla Focus on key informationTalking about the past: Preterit ofstem-changing -ir verbs 268Emphasizing or clarifying information:Pronouns after prepositions 271279279Lee Predict and guess contentEscribe Use supporting details243280282Talking about the past: Some irregularpreterits 274Las fiestas y las tradicionesOtras celebraciones 290Las invitaciones 293287Expressing ongoing actionsand describing in the past: Theimperfect 298Escucha Draw conclusions based on what youknow 321Narrating in the past: The preterit andthe imperfect 302Habla Conduct an interviewComparing people and things:Comparisons of inequality 306Lee Make inferencesComparing people and things:Comparisons of equality 313Escribe Select and sequence details321322324Comparing people and things: Thesuperlative 317El trabajo 329Los oficios y las profesiones 331La entrevista de trabajo 334Talking about the past: More on theimperfect and the preterit 339Escucha Use contextual guessingAvoiding repetition: Review of directand indirect object pronouns 343Habla Gather information strategically toexpress a decision 357Avoiding repetition: Use of directand indirect object pronounstogether 348Giving instructions or suggestions:Formal commands 353357Lee Organize textual information intocategories 359Escribe Reporting on an interview362Scope and SequenceA01 CAST2897 07 SE FM.indd 11xi11/26/18 8:26 PM

Scope and Sequence (continued)Capítulo10¿Cuál es tu comidapreferida? 36411¿Cómo te sientes? 39612¿Te gusta viajar?13¿Qué es artepara ti? 474436Learning OutcomesCulture Talk about ingredients, recipes, and mealsState impersonal informationTalk about the recent pastGive instructions in informal settingsTalk about Ecuador in terms of products,practices, and perspectives Present information, concepts, and ideasabout food and public health in Ecuador andother Latin American countriesEnfoque cultural: Discuss health and medical treatmentsExpress expectations and hopesDescribe emotions, opinions, and wishesExpress goals, purposes, and meansTalk about Cuba and the DominicanRepublic in terms of products, practices,and perspectives Talk about health, the body, and medicalpractices in Cuba and the DominicanRepublic, and identify cultural similaritiesEnfoque cultural: Talk about travel arrangements andpreferences Express affirmation and negation Express possession and clarify whatbelongs to you and to others Express doubt and uncertainty Talk about travel experiences Share information about low-cost travel inLatin America and make comparisonsEnfoque cultural: Enfoque cultural:Talk about art and cultureTalk about the futureHypothesizeTalk about past eventsTalk about Bolivia and Paraguay in terms ofproducts, practices, and perspectives Share information about art and culturein Hispanic countries and identify culturalsimilaritiesEcuador365Mosaico cultural:Comida callejeraEn acción:¡Buen provecho!373374Cuba y RepúblicaDominicana 397Mosaico cultural:407La medicina tradicionalEn acción:408No me encuentro bien437Costa Rica y PanamáMosaico cultural:El mochilero448En acción:449Lugares fantásticosBolivia y Paraguay475Mosaico cultural:El grafiti y la identidadurbana 486En acción:¡No te lo pierdas!487xii Scope and SequenceA01 CAST2897 07 SE FM.indd 1211/26/18 8:26 PM

Vocabulario en contextoLos productos y las recetasEn el supermercado 369La mesa 371367Funciones y formasMosaicosStating impersonal information: Se verb constructions 375Escucha Take notes about relevantdetails 391Talking about the recent past: Presentperfect 379Describing the result of a previousaction: Participles used asadjectives 382Giving instructions in informal settings:Informal commands 386Habla Give and defend reasons for adecision 391Lee Learn new words by analyzing theirconnections with known words 392Escribe Summarize informationMédicos, farmacias y hospitalesLas partes del cuerpo 402La salud 404399Los medios de transporte 439El alojamiento y las direcciones 443Los viajes en coche 446Expressing expectations and hopes:Introduction to the presentsubjunctive 409429Expressing requests: The subjunctivewith expressions of influence 413Habla Select appropriate phrases to offeropinions 430Expressing emotions, opinions, andattitudes: The subjunctive withexpressions of emotion 417Lee Focus on relevant information431Expressing goals, purposes, andmeans: Uses of por and para 422Escribe Persuade through suggestions andadvice 433Expressing affirmation and negation:Affirmative and negativeexpressions 450Escucha Use background knowledge tosupport comprehension 468Expressing possession: Possessivepronouns 454Habla Use visuals to make yourpresentations engaging 469Expressing doubt and uncertainty:Subjunctive with expressionsof doubt 458La literatura y el cine 477La pintura y el arte 480La música y la danza 483Escucha Listen for the main ideas394Lee Focus on logical relationships470Talking about things that may notexist: Subjunctive in adjectiveclauses 463Escribe Use facts to offer adviceTalking about the future: The futuretense 488Escucha Identify the speaker’s intentions503Hypothesizing: The conditionalHabla Make your presentationscomprehensible and interesting503494Talking about the past: Review of thepreterit and the imperfect 499472Lee Focus on multiple meanings whenreading poetry 504Escribe Use language to expressemotions 506Scope and SequenceA01 CAST2897 07 SE FM.indd 13xiii11/26/18 8:26 PM

Scope and Sequence (continued)Capítulo14¿Cómo vivimoslos cambiossociales? 50815¿Qué nos trae elfuturo? 544Learning OutcomesCulture Discuss demographics and social conditionsIndicate conditions, goals, and purposesExpress conjectureTalk about the past from a past perspectiveTalk about Chile in terms of products,practices, and perspectives Talk about social change, gender roles, andmigrationEnfoque cultural: Talk about advances in science andtechnology Express wishes and recommendations inthe past Hypothesize and share information aboutthe present and the future Express unexpected occurrences Talk about Puerto Rico in terms of products,practices, and perspectives Talk about technology and scientificresearch in Spain and Latin AmericaEnfoque cultural:Chile509Mosaico cultural:La migración interna en elmundo hispano 519En acción:Por un mundo mejorPuerto Rico520545Mosaico cultural:La investigación tecnológicay científica en España eHispanoamérica 555En acción:¡Cuidemos el medioambiente! 556xiv Scope and SequenceA01 CAST2897 07 SE FM.indd 1411/26/18 8:26 PM

Vocabulario en contextoFunciones y formasMosaicosCambios en la sociedad 511Temas de hoy: la emigración 514Las mujeres y el trabajo 516Expressing conjecture: Adverbialconjunctions that require thesubjunctive 521Escucha Identify the speaker’s point ofview 538Expressing conjecture or certainty:Adverbial conjunctions that take thesubjunctive or indicative 526Habla Organize ideas to present solutions toproblems 539Talking about the past from a pastperspective: The past perfect 532Lee Identify the tone of a textEscribe Write to spark interestLa tecnología en el mundo de hoy 547La ciencia y el medio ambiente 549Otros retos del futuro 551Expressing the unexpected: Se forunplanned occurrences 557Expressing wishes andrecommendations in the past: Theimperfect subjunctive 562Hypothesizing about the present andthe future: If-clauses 567540542Escucha Identify the speaker’s intentionthrough the main idea and specificinformation 572Habla Use drama and humor in telling apersonal anecdote 573Lee Identify the narrator’sperspective 575Escribe Use imagination and humor in writinga narrative 577Scope and SequenceA01 CAST2897 07 SE FM.indd 15xv11/26/18 8:26 PM

Las presentaciones 5 Los saludos y las despedidas 7 ¿Qué hay en el salón de clase? 10 Los meses del año y los días de la semana 11 El tiempo 13 Expresiones útiles en la clase 14 El alfabeto 16 Identifying and describing people: singular forms of ser 17 Locating people and th

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