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Course Content: The course will cover 5 lessons of the textbook -¡Nos vemos! 1. Chapter Communicative situations Grammar Culture Chapter 1 El viaje al español A journey into the Spanish language) - Introduction - Greetings - Asking about the name. - Asking about unknown words. - Stress rules. - Defined article. - Gender of the nouns. - The plural form of the nouns. - Subject pronouns. - Regular verbs –AR. - Numbers: 0- 10 - Some famous people. - Most common Spanish names and family names. - The formal and informal ¨you¨. - The origin of the Spanish words. Chapter 2 Primeros contactos First contacts) - Introducing oneself. - Talking about my country. - Talking about physical state. - Spelling. - Asking about contact information. - Talking about work. - Negating. - Present tense of SER. - Present tense of TENER. - The Spanish alphabet. - Regular verbs: -ER, -IR. - Undefined article. - Interrogative pronouns: CÓMO, QUÉ, DÓNDE, DE DÓNDE. - Negation. - Work in Spain. - What to talk about on the first meeting? - Mexico. Chapter 3 Mi gente My people ) - Family. - Describing people. - Date and months. - Age and birthday. - Talking about things that you like. - Numbers from 11 to 100. - Possessive articles. - Adjective and noun agreement. - Present tense of ESTAR. - Interrogative pronouns: QUIÉN, QUIÉNES, CUÁNTOS, CUÁNTAS. - Me gusta/n… - A family enterprise: Chocolates Valor. - Spanish familys. - Spanish singers. - Guatemala, El Salvador,Honduras. Chapter 4 Mirador Review) - Cultural similarities and differences. - Self evaluation: Theory and practice. - Learning to study. - Talk and play. Chapter 5 Es la hora de comer It´s time to eat) - Going to the supermarket. - Quantity and packing. - Talking about preference. - Ordering food. - Irregular verbs: E:IE, O:UE. - Frequency adverbs. - Numbers: from a 100. - Object pronoun: direct object. - Impersonal construction: SE+verb. - Christmas. - Typical Spanish food. - Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panamá. 1
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Learning activities: Interactive classwork[1] Extra-curricular activities Web-based teaching Homework / Self-study (hr) in / out class (hr) in / out class (hr) in / out class (hr) in / out class 3 0.5 1 3 M O M M M = Mandatory / O = Optional [1] Interactive classwork focuses on student-centred activities as pair work, group work, role play and student-teacher interaction. Assessment scheme: Task nature Description Weight Participation in class and homework Active participation in class activities and regular homework 10% Mid – Term Includes: Grammar, vocabulary, reading, listening and writing. 15% Written Workshop (WWS) One short essay. Details are given by the teacher in class. 15% Listening
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  • Spring '16
  • Spanish, Grammatical conjugation, Spanish cuisine, Ms Isabel BRIZ HERNÁNDEZ

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