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General Description: Bienvenidos! The Level I language course focuses on the development of communicative competence in the target language and understanding of the culture(s) of the people who speak the language. Instruction is tied to the Georgia performance standards (GPS) Learning a foreign language is a building process, which requires daily study. Course requirements include active participation in class and consistent competition of projects. Students are required to master the objectives of this course. They include skills in listening comprehension, speaking, reading and also the traits of Hispanic culture. TOPICS COVERED IN SPANISH I * Why Spanish? *Unit 1 Getting started in Spanish *Unit 2 Geography *Unit 3 Family & Friends *Unit 4 House and Home *Unit 5 School *Unit 6 Sports and Leisure *Unit 7 Lets Eat! *Unit 8 Stores, Shopping, Clothing

EXTRA HELP Come and see me for extra help if you need it. I want to have a successful year for all of you. Don't wait too long to see me if you are having problems. Tutoring hours: Wednesdays & Thursdays 4:00 4: 30 PM. CLASS PARTICIPATION This class is taught in Spanish. Speak Spanish as often as possible, plan to participate frequently and you will be surprised to see how much you learn. Mr. Restrepo / Seor Restrepo, tengo una pregunta! - Mr. Restrepo, I have a question! SUPPLIES 1. 2. 3. Spanish/English dictionary A 1 inch, 3 ring binder Line paper 8 Dividers Pen, pencil & sharpener with cover 6. 7. Notebook USB Flash Drive

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The following are specific rules for the classroom: *Be on time and ready to participate in class *Be kind, caring, show respect for yourself and others. Do not say Shut UP! *Follow directions the first time they are given. * Raise your hand and wait for permission to speak. * Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself. * Be in you assigned seat when the bell rings. * Turn your cell phone off.



2. QUIZZES: 30%


1. Daily grades: a variety of activities will be used to enhance learning. Class work, oral and written exercises, group
work assignments, class participation, handouts, homework and notes in class (keep your binders neat and organized to get full credit).

2. Quizzes: are short assessment given by the teacher. This gives the students and teacher an opportunity to
continuously monitor students progress.

3. Test: are individual forms of assessment for students knowledge in the current area of study. Students are required to
complete a test at the end of every unit and 9 weeks.

4. Projects: projects give students the opportunity to use their creativity and imagination, it help students learn more
actively, enhance students cooperation and collaboration skills.


1. If you miss a class, you will be responsible for making up any work you missed as soon as you return to school. You must pick up missed handouts from the identified folder by the door and return them to me once you have completed. Also, it is your responsibility to make arrangements with your teacher to make up quizzes, tests, class work, homework etc. 2. CHEATING: copying someone tests, quizzes, etc will not be tolerated. The consequences for academic dishonesty are: a zero for the assignment for both students and parent contact by the teacher. 3. Homework / assignments are to be turned in at the beginning of class. No late homework / assignment will be taken or graded. ENTERING THE CLASSROOM: 1. 2. 3. 4. Turn your cell phone off. Enter quietly to class and be seated. Greet teacher in Spanish when entering classroom. Keep your assigned seat unless I tell you otherwise; you may be moved for other reasons. Get materials out, copy date, plan, essential question, homework and do bell work. You will find instructions for the initial activity on the board. You are expected to have a three ring binder and bring it to the class every day to keep all your notes, handouts, homework etc. together in a neat an organized manner. It must look very professional, so you will be able to study from it. Pencils should be sharpened prior to class or at times that do not interrupt instruction.

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COMMON COURTESY/ GENERAL NOTES: 1. No throwing of anything. 2. Always raise your hand if you want to participate or if you want to ask for permission. 3. Sit forward and properly, feet under desk. 4. Silence when announcements come on. 5. Give me a note if having an especially bad day. 6. When practicing the language or reading in class, I do not want to see or hear you laughing at your classmates. Lets show we respect others and have good manners. END OF CLASS: Stay SEATED in your own desk until the bell rings.
I have read and understand these requirements, responsibilities, and behaviors for Mr. Restrepo Class.

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