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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 7: What a Day!

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
1.7.1 Talk with another person about a
memorable day or event
1.7.2 Ask another person clarifying questions to
gain more information about a memorable
day or event
1.7.3 React appropriately when others talk about
a memorable day or event
2.7.1 Understand a
reading about a
persons memorable
day or event
2.7.2 Identify the main
idea and many
details in a
sequenced story
2.7.3 Understand another
persons written
expressions about a
memorable day or
event
3.7.1 Understand when they
hear a person talk about
a memorable day or
event
4.7.1 Tell about a
memorable day or
event that they or
someone else
experienced
4.7.2 Express their opinions
about a memorable
day or event
4.7.3 Express their opinions
about someone elses
memorable day
5.7.1 Write about a memorable
day or event that they or
someone else
experienced
5.7.2 Write their opinions about
a memorable day or
event
6.7.1 Describe important milestones and celebrations in
the target culture versus the United States
What will students know by the end of this unit?
Vocabul ary Language Structures and Conventions
Adverbs
Ordinal numbers
Sequencing phrases
Interrogative words
Time expressions
Linking phrases
Preterite and imperfect tenses [P]
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 4
MarchApril
Time Expressions
ayer yesterday
el pasado
la pasada
last
anoche last night
anteayer the day before yesterday
un da one day
por primera vez
por ltima vez
for the first
for the last time
hace..que its been (period of time) since
despus after
antes before
de repente
de pronto
suddenly
finalmente finally

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)

Curriculum and Professional Development Division K12 Foreign Language

SPANI SH I I HONORS3850H Vocabulary Guide
UNI T 7: What a Day!






Quarter 4
MarchApril
Ordinal Numbers
primero
segundo
tercero
cuarto
quinto
sexto
sptimo
octavo
noveno
dcimo
Linking Phrases
usualmente usually
nunca never
generalmente generally
a menudo often
con frecuencia frequently
cada da each day
cada ao each year
todo el tiempo all the time
siempre always
Cuando yo era
When I was
Cuando yo estaba
Haba una vez
rase una vez
Once upon a time
el lunes
los lunes
on Monday
on Mondays
en el pasado in the past
Hace que pas It happened ago
de vez en cuando once in a while
a veces sometimes

Interrogative Words
qu? what
cundo? when
dnde? where
por qu? why
quin?
who
quines?
cmo? how
con quin? with whom
porque because
cunto? how much
cuntos? how many
Verdad? Right?

Adverbs
aqu here
all there
ya already
ya no no longer
rpidamente quickly
lentamente slowly
de repente suddenly
tal vez maybe
ahora now
anoche last night
an still
jams never ever
pronto soon
tarde late
temprano early
todava still, yet
todava no not yet
mucho antes A long time before
apenas hardly, scarcely
a veces sometimes