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[F] = Full Control [P] = Partial Control [C] = Conceptual Control

Curriculum and Professional Development Division K12 Foreign Language



SPANI SH I I HONORS3850H Teacher Guide
UNI T 2: Ready, Set, Go!

By the end of this unit, students will be able to
Interpersonal Communi cation Interpretive Communi cati on Presentational Communi cation Culture, Connections,
Comparisons, and Communities Conversation Reading Listening Speaking Writing
1.2.1 Ask and answer questions about daily
routines and activities
1.2.2 Describe what they do daily in e-mails,
texts, and conversations
1.2.3 Respond to e-mails, texts, and
conversations about what others do on a
daily basis
1.2.4 Talk to another person about what needs
to be done before going out
2.2.1 Understand
messages about
someones daily
activities and
routines
2.2.2 Understand when
they read something
that tells what needs
to be done on a daily
basis
3.2.1 Understand when they
hear others describe
their daily activities and
routines
3.2.2 Understand a message
about someones daily
activities and routines
4.2.1 Tell about what they
have to do at school,
work, and/or home on
a regular basis
4.2.2 Contrast what they do
during a weekday with
what they do on the
weekend
4.2.3 Tell about other
peoples routines
5.2.1 Write about what they
have to do at school,
work, and/or home on a
regular basis
5.2.2 Write about what they do
during a weekday versus
what they do on the
weekend
5.2.3 Write about other
peoples routines
6.2.1 Identify the difference between 12-hour and 24-hour
clocks and their use in the target culture
6.2.2 Compare daily routines between the target culture
and their own culture
What will students know by the end of this unit?
Vocabul ary Language Structures and Conventions
Daily routine
Personal hygiene items
Linking expressions
Clothing
Body parts

Reflexive verbs and reflexive pronouns [P]
Present progressive [P]
Commands (affirmative/negative informal) [P]
Demonstrative pronouns/adjectives [P]
Definite and indefinite articles [P]
Tener que + infinitive [F]
Necesitar + infinitive [F]
What universal concepts should I teach throughout this course?
7.0.1 Identify and use cognates that exist between Spanish and English
7.0.2 Compare language structures between Spanish and English
7.0.3 Compare and contrast the cultures of the Spanish-speaking world with their own culture
7.0.4 Recognize opportunities to use Spanish outside of the classroomsetting
7.0.5 Recognize and use gestures, manners, behaviors, greetings, and idiomatic expressions of the Spanish-speaking world
7.0.6 Recognize similarities and differences in the Spanish-speaking writing systemand use it with increasing accuracy
7.0.7 Recognize and use the Spanish sound systemwith increasing accuracy


Quarter 1
SeptemberOctober
Curriculum and Professional Development Division K12 Foreign Language

SPANI SH I I HONORS3850H Vocabulary Guide
UNI T 2: Ready, Set, Go!



Quarter 1
SeptemberOctober
Dail y Routine
despertarse to wake up
levantarse to get up
vestirse to get dressed
lavarse to wash
ducharse to shower
cepillarse to brush
ponerse to put on
prepararse to get ready
afeitarse to shave
maquillarse to put on makeup
quitarse to take off
peinarse to comb
secarse to dry
acostarse
to go to bed
to lie down
dormirse to go to sleep
divertirse to have fun
sentarse to sit down

Personal Hygiene
el champ shampoo
la toalla towel
la pasta de dientes toothpaste
el cepillo de dientes toothbrush
el desodorante deodorant
el cepillo de pelo hair brush
el maquillaje makeup
el jabn soap
la crema lotion
la secadora de pelo hair dryer
el espejo mirror
el perfume perfume
la rasuradora razor

Body Parts
la cabeza head
los hombros shoulders
las rodillas knees
las piernas legs
los dedos del pie toes
los pies feet
el brazo arm
las manos hands
el pecho chest
el pelo hair
la cara face
la frente forehead
el ojo eye
la oreja ear
la boca mouth
los labios lips
la lengua tongue
los dientes teeth
la nariz nose
la espalda back
el cuello neck
el corazn heart
el estmago stomach
el dedo finger
el trasero
bottom
rear
el cuerpo body

Sequencing Expressions
primero first
segundo second
entonces then
antes before
despus after
prximo next
luego later
por fin finally
por la maana
por la tarde
por la noche
in the morning
in the afternoon
in the evening/at night
de la maana
de la tarde
de la noche
a.m.
p.m. (afternoon/early evening)
p.m. (late evening)

Clothing
la chaqueta jacket
la camisa shirt
los pantalones pants
los zapatos shoes
el sombrero hat
la gorra cap
las sandalias sandals
las botas boots
la bolsa bag
el suter sweater
la sudadera sweatshirt
la falda skirt
los calcetines socks
la ropa interior underwear
el vestido dress
los pantalones cortos shorts
los lentes glasses