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Elementary Intermediate Spanish ~ Part 4 (4 of 9)

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Sra. Schreiner
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Come sing, move, and play games in Spanish! Topics include greetings, asking for school supplies, counting, and self-description. Students will learn the class goals through mini-conversations, activities, and games.

Class experience

US Grade 1 - 4
Intermediate Level
16 lessons//8 Weeks
 Week 1
Lesson 1
¡Bienvenidos amigos! (Welcome friends!)
Review: clothing, feelings I can have a conversation. I can name school supplies.
Lesson 2
útiles escolares (school supplies)
I can name school supplies. I can play a game! I can describe school supplies by color.
 Week 2
Lesson 3
preposiciones de lugar (prepositions of location)
Review: school supplies I can say how old I am. I can say where school supplies are located.
Lesson 4
¡Un juego! (A game!)
I can say how old other people are. I can name school supplies. (game) I can say where school supplies are located.
 Week 3
Lesson 5
¿Cuál es tu color favorito?
I can name my favorite color. Review: I can say where school supplies are located. I can describe school supplies by size.
Lesson 6
¡Vamos a leer! (Let's read!)
I can listen to a story in Spanish. I can name rooms in a house. I can say where school supplies are in the house.
 Week 4
Lesson 7
Lugares de la escuela (Places at school)
I can name places in a school. I can say where the backpack is located. I can have a mini-conversation.
Lesson 8
definite articles: (el, la)
I can name places in a school. I know when to use el vs. la. I can have a mini-conversation.
 Week 5
Lesson 9
¡Los Saludos! (Greetings!)
Review: I can name school supplies. Review: I can name places at school. I can greet people based on the time of day.
Lesson 10
¡Vamos a contar! (Let's count!)
I can greet people based on the time of day. I can count to 20! I can count school supplies. I know when to use “el, la, los, las.”
 Week 6
Lesson 11
¿Cómo estás? (How are you?)
I can say how I feel. (Kahoot!) I can count school supplies! I can politely ask where a place at school is located.
Lesson 12
¿Dónde está ______? (Where is _____?)
I can say how I feel. (Kahoot!) I can politely ask where a place at school is located. I can have a mini-conversation.
 Week 7
Lesson 13
indefinite articles: (un, una)
I can say if I like various activities. I know when to use “un” vs. “una” I can describe myself.
Lesson 14
¿Cómo eres? (What are you like?)
I can say what I like, love & dislike. I can describe myself. I can say what school supplies I see. I know how to complete my final project.
 Week 8
Lesson 15
El proyecto final (The final project)
I can name numbers 11-20. I can have a mini-conversation. I know how to complete my final project. I can say what school supplies I see.
Lesson 16
¡Bravo! ¡Muy bien! ¡Excelente!
I can present my poster about myself! I can play games to demonstrate my learning. I can celebrate my learning!
This class is taught in Spanish.
Students will improve their emergent intermediate Spanish speaking skills and foster a continued excitement for language learning!  See the class "I can statements." for specific content that will be learned in the class.  
My formal education includes a major in Spanish and a minor in education. I have been teaching Spanish to elementary-age students since 2010! My experience includes teaching in public schools for 9 years, online ESL for 6 years, and on Outschool since June 2020.  I also have created Elementary Spanish curricula for a private school and all of my curricula on Outschool.
Homework Offered
Optional worksheets, videos, and games will be sent out after each class to practice concepts learned in class.
0 - 1 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
There will be a final project that students will present to the class during our last class together.
Grades Offered
Students will receive a certificate of completion for their attendance and participation upon the completion of this course.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
We will utilize Kahoot! two times throughout the duration of the course to review concepts learned.  Kahoot is free and does not require a login.  However, the student will need to see my screen, plus an additional screen.   Students can access Kahoot, from a smartphone, tablet, or split-screen on the same device.  You can go to: https://kahoot.it/ or download the free app. 
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¡Hola!   

Me llamo Señora Schreiner.  (My name is Sra. Schreiner).  I am certified by the state of Wisconsin to teach Spanish from Early Childhood­ to Adolescence. Teaching Spanish to young learners from Pre-K through elementary age is my... 
Group Class

$195

for 16 classes
2x per week, 8 weeks
30 min

Completed by 102 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 6-10
5-8 learners per class

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