World Languages

Ongoing Spanish Class Beginner 2-Let's Learn Spanish 2!

In this fun course, students meet 2x a week to increase their Spanish vocabulary and knowledge of grammar. Class material is presented and reviewed through interactive games, drawing, and play-acting making it ideal for young learners!
Miss Jocelyn
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Completed by 20 learners
Class

30 minutes

per class

Twice per week

every week

6-8

year olds

3-6

learners per class

per learner - per class

How does anOngoingcourse work?

Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills

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Description

Class Experience

Students will learn/practice the Spanish alphabet and learn numbers higher than 20.

Students will learn how to create sentences using the personal pronouns Yo, Tú, Él, Ella, Elle, Nosotros/as/os, Ellos, Ellas, /Elles.

Students will gain an understanding that the end of a verb changes with the subject of the sentence. 

Students will learn how to make adjectives agree with the gender of the subject or object they are describing.

Students will also be introduced to the possessive adjectives "mi" and "tu" (my - your).

Students will be introduced to the grammatical structure of sentences (Subject + verb + adjective) and begin forming sentences independently. 

Students will be introduced to a variety of verbs including comer- to eat, nadar-to swim, caminar-to walk, saltar-to jump, ganar-to win, cantar-to sing, bailar- to dance, cocinar-to cook, estar- to be.

Students will learn simple questions and responses:
¿Quién Soy?- Who am I? ~ Yo soy...I am...(Kind, intelligent, etc).
¿Quién Es?- Who is he/she/they (3rd person singular)
¿Quiénes Son?- Who are they?
¿Cúal es tu ______ favorito/a?-  Mi _____ favorito/a es..."~"My favorite ______is....."
¿Qué Comes? - Yo como ~ What do you eat? - I eat
Tú comes- You eat
¿Qué Come? - él/ ella/ elle- He/She/They eat ~ What does he/she/they eat? - he/she/they eat....

**Additionally, students will learn a variety of vocabulary and grammar in accordance with each week's theme. (See Below)

Weekly Themes:
9/7/21: ¿Quién Soy?- Introduction to the verb "ser". Learn characteristics and how to describe oneself "Yo soy...valiente/inteligente/cómico/amable/antípatico".
9/13/21: Personas -Singular pronouns- Él (He), Ella (she), Elle (they~singular), and adjective endings (o/a/e).
9/20/21: ¿Quién Es?- Who is he/she/they (3rd person singular) - Learn how to attribute the article un/una/une to people of different genders and use the /o/a/e/ endings when appropriate. (un professor / una doctoral / une efermere/ un carpintero / una estudiante)
9/27/21: ¿Quién Es?- Who is he/she/they (3rd person singular) - Learn how to state someones profession "ÉL/Ella/Elle es...." (profesor/doctor/efermero/carpintero/estudiante).
10/4/21: Personas- Personal Pronouns-  ¿Quiénes Son? Ellos/Ellas/Ellas (they~plural). Learn how to attribute the proper personal pronoun to different groups of different people. Practice the sentence frame "Ellos/Ellas/Ellas son..."
10/11/21: Review of Personal Pronouns- Yo/Él/Ella/Elle/Ellos/Elles/Ellas (I/He/She/They~singular/ They~ plural). Practice the sentence frames "Yo soy...", "Él/ Ella/Elle es...", "Ellos/Ellas/Ellas son..." ~ "I am...", "He/She/They is....", "They are...." . In addition, students will learn/review the letters A-L.
10/18/21: Cosas Favoritas! In this class, we will discuss some of our favorite things (colores/ colors, mascotas/pets, trabajos/jobs, comida/food, lugares/places) and practice the sentence frame "Mi _____ favorito/a es..."~"My favorite ______is.....". This class will give us the opportunity to learn more about one another as well as learn some new vocabulary and utilize vocabulary your student may have learned about in the past. 
10/25/21: Día de Muertos! In this week of classes students will learn about the holiday Día de Muertos. Students will be exposed to the question words “donde” and “por que” as we learn where this holiday is celebrated and why it is celebrated. Your student will also learn different vocabulary associated with this holiday and learn the reason why-“por que” these customs and items are important to the day. (Vocabulary: Dia de Muertos- Day of the Dead / Velas- Candles / Comida- Food (we will discuss several different foods that are important to this day) / Los Ancestros- Ancestors/ La Ofrenda- During the Day of the Dead it is an altar that hosts various items to honor and celebrate loved one’s who have passed. We will discuss some of these items in more detail during class (Pan de Muertos, Flores, Calaveras de Azucar, Fotos etc.) / El Maquillaje- Makeup
11/1/21: In this week of lessons students will learn how to describe different kinds of "comida" (food) using the adjectives - Picante (spicy), Dulce (sweet), and Salada (salty). Students will practice the sentence frame Es ______ to describe the foods.  Students will also get a brief introduction of how to state their favorite type of food is (A mi me gusta comida (picante, salada, dulce) and the favorite type of food for others (A ella le gusta la comida (picante, salada, dulce).
11/8/21 Students will review the singular personal pronouns (yo, tú, él, ella, elle) and learn how the verb to eat (comer) changes with each of these subjects. We will pair this with food vocabulary to allow students to practice the sentence frame “I/you/he/she/they eat…”
11/15/21 Students will learn 4 different meal types ~ El Desayuno (breakfast), El Almuerzo (lunch), La Cena (dinner), El Postre (dessert). Students will respond to the questions "Qué comes para el (desayuno,cena etc.)" with "yo como....". In our second meeting of the week, students will participate in creating a restaurant scenario and practice conjugating the verb comer in different forms to state what they eat at the restaurant and what other people eat at the restaurant. 
11/22/21- Students will practice numbers 1-20 and beyond!
11/29/21- Students will learn how to create sentences using the pronoun "we"- nosotros/as/es. Students will gain an understanding that the final letters of this pronoun changes depending on the gender of the people in the group. Students will also be introduced to several verbs (saltar- to jump, bailar-  to dance, estar-to be) and create simple sentences using the pronoun "we" and the verb.
12/6/21- Students will learn how to create sentences using the pronoun "I" and "you"- "yo" and "tú". Students will gain an understanding that the verb ending changes depending on the person completing the action. Students will also be introduced to several verbs (saltar- to jump, bailar-  to dance, cocinar- to cook) and create simple sentences using the pronoun "I and you" with these verbs.
12/13/21- Students will learn how to create sentences using the pronouns ""I-yo", "you- tú" and we-nosotres/as/os”. Students will gain an understanding that the verb ending changes depending on the person completing the action. Students will also be introduced to several verbs (caminar-to walk, nadar-to swim, ganar-to win, cantar-to swim) and create simple sentences using the pronoun "I, you and we" with these verbs.
12/20/21- Students will practice how to create sentences using the pronoun ""I-yo", "you- tú" and we-nosotres/as/os”. Students will gain an understanding that the verb ending changes depending on the person completing the action. Students will also be introduced to several verbs (caminar-to walk, nadar-to swim, ganar-to win, cantar-to swim) and create simple sentences using the pronoun "I, you and we" with these verbs.
12/27/21-This week our class will focus on reviewing the letters of the alphabet and depending on students' past knowledge numbers to 20 and beyond! 
1/3/22- Trabajos- Work/Jobs- Students will learn 4 different professions; enfermero-nurse, maestro-teacher, bailarina-dancer, cocinero-cook.
1/10/22- Students will learn several action verbs and learn how to conjugate (change) several “ar” verbs to show that a single other person is doing the action. Cocinar- To cook, Bailar- To dance, Enseñar- To teach, Ayudar- To help.
1/17/22- Students will learn the days of the week Lunes- Monday, Martes- Tuesday, Miércoles- Wednesday, Jueves- Thursday, Viernes- Friday, Sábado- Saturday, Domingo- Sunday
1/24/22- This week students will begin to learn the different areas of our home. La Oficina- The Office, El Dormitorio- The Bedroom, La Cocina- The Kitchen, El Comedor- The Dining, Room/Eating Area, El Baño- The Bathroom, La Sala de Estar- The Living Room
1/30/22- This week we will discuss the different actions that one can do in their home…Comer- to eat, Cocinar- to cook, Trabajar- to work. Depending on the student’s previous knowledge we will discuss the different endings these verbs take so they agree with the subject. 
2/7/22- This week we will discuss how the verb "estar" can be used to describe ones location. We will learn how to create sentences describing the location of different people "Yo estoy en... Tú estás en.... La persona está en...". Vocabulary: la escuela, el zoo, el hospital, el estadio, el museo, el parque.
2/14/22- This week we will continue to discuss how the verb "estar" can be used to describe ones location. We will learn how to create sentences describing the location of different people "Yo estoy en... Tú estás en.... La persona está en..." “nosotros estamos…” and “ellos están…”. Vocabulary: la escuela, el zoo, el hospital, el estadio, el museo, el parque de atracciones, la playa, el acuario.
2/21/22- This week we are going to focus on a new verb "tener- to have". We will learn that we can use this verb to describe our age “yo tengo ___ años~ I have ___ years” and then discuss the things we have. We will focus on how to conjugate/change the verb "tener" to make sentences about what "I have- yo tengo" and "you have- tú tienes" and pair it with other words to describe what people have, for example, "libro-book", "lápiz- pencil", "pluma-pen", "cuaderno-notebook", juegete- toy"
3/7/22- NO CLASSES THIS WEEK
3/14//22- This week we will learn how to describe who is in our extended family and in the family of others using the sentence frame "Yo tengo..." & "tú tienes...", La persona tiene..... Vocabulary includes- abuelos (grandparents), padres (parents), hermanos (siblings), primos (cousins), tíos (aunts&uncles).
3/21/22- This week we are going to focus on a new verb "tener- to have". We will focus on how we can conjugate this verb in the third person singular and third person plural ~”La persona tiene…The person has…” and “las personas tienen…the people have”. We will talk about the mascotas-pets we may or may not have- Vocabulary- perros (dogs), gatos (cats), peces (fish), pajarros (birds), hamsters (hamsters).
3/21/22- This will be our final week focusing on the verb “tener- to have”. We are going to learn how to conjugate the verb “tener” when we are talking about ourselves and other people ex. “we have…nosotros/as/es tenemos”. We will practice this sentence frame to describe the body parts we have (eyes- ojos, ears-orejas, nariz- nose, boca-mouth). 
3/28/22- This week students will be introduced to the verb "querer-to want" in the first person and second person- Yo quiero- I want/ Tú quieres- you want. We will talk about the food we want to eat. 
4/4/22-Students will learn how to conjugate the verb "querer-to want" in the third person singular and plural- la persona quiere...The person wants....las peronas quieren...the people want.
4/11/22- In this week of lessons students will collectively plan a party for everyone and practice using the sentence frame "we want....nosotros/as/es queremos...". Students will practice conjugating the verb "querer-to want" and learn words associated with parties.
4/18/22- Needs vs. Wants. Students will be introduced/ review the sentence frame "yo quiero..I want" and "yo necesito...I need". We will discuss different things that we want/need. Vocabulary- agua(water), comida(food), juguetes(toys), videojuegos(video games), amigos (friends), familial(family)
4/25/22- This week we learn how to talk about the things that someone needs (la persona necesita). We will practice this by studying 2 recipes (one for galletas-cookies and the other for una sopa- a soup). Students will learn vocabulary associated with the ingredients to make these two dishes and practice stating what a person will need to make them. Vocabulary-  juevos (eggs), Harina (flour), Azucarr (sugar), mantequilla (butter), cebolla (onion), zanahorias (carrots), sal (salt), apio (celery), hierbas (herbs).
5/2/22- This week we will talk about the different shapes we need to create different pictures (a bear, cake, house etc.). We will use the following shapes/designs - un recángulo- rectangle, una estrella- star, puntos- dots, un circulo- circle, un triangulo- triangle, lineas- lines, un cuadrado- square. Students will use the sentence frames nosotros necesitamos- we need and ustedes necesitan- you all need to talk about the shapes we need to complete different drawings or designs. Students will be challenges to lead the class in a guided drawing to practice these sentence frames and new vocabulary.
5/9/22- This week we will begin to focus on the verb "ir-to go". Using vocabulary we have learned in the past we will talk about places different people (including ourselves) can go. Yo voy/tú vas....I go/you go
5/16/22- Students will learn and practice how to conjugate the verb "ir-to go" in the third person singular and plural. (las personas van a...the people go to....& La persona va a....the person goes to.....). Students will learn the name of several Spanish speaking countries this week as they talk about people going to these different areas.
5/23/22- Students will end the course sharing with their classmates the places they are going to go to this summer. Students will use vocabulary they've learned in the past to talk about where they and their family or friends will go...."Nosotros vamos a....we go to..."


I received my BA in Spanish in December 2016 from Nazareth College of Rochester NY and had the opportunity to study abroad both in Valencia, Spain for 7 months, and Cuzco, Peru for one month. From October 2019-March 2020 I traveled to South America to continue my studies of the Spanish language. Although I am not a native Spanish speaker but I love speaking Spanish and sharing my love of language with others!
There will be minimal work to do outside of class, however, I highly suggest that families continue to practice the new vocabulary and concepts outside of the classroom. Practicing outside of class will give students the opportunity to relate the class material to their own life and environment which will help cement the language in their brains. Most weeks I will post additional activities for children to do outside of class. These are always optional but highly encouraged!
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In this course, students will need minimal supplies. Any worksheets will be posted in the classroom portal before class starts (if you do not have access to a printer please let me know and I can offer an alternative way to complete the activity). Information for this class will be presented via google slide presentations and nearpod presentations (a link will be sent to participants via the chatbox and the classroom dashboard). Nearpod presentations allow students to engage in interactive activities on the slideshow presentation and share their knowledge with the teacher! I cover the cost of this tool so families are able to access it for free. Upon enrollment you will receive an attachment that gives more information regarding this online tool and how your student can use it to interact with the slideshow and view it alongside Zoom. Depending on how quickly the students go through the material we may have time to do some additional exercises to practice the vocabulary. Please have your student bring a piece of paper and something to draw with to each class. If time allows we will use these materials to continue practicing the new words. They should come prepared to speak Spanish, interact with their classmates, and have fun! If there are any additional supplies I will list them in the classroom section before the class begins.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
In this class I include the personal pronoun elle/elles when we have lessons on the personal pronouns or discussions on the adjective endings (in the Spanish language adjectives used to describe people will take a different ending to agree with the gender of the person). Elle/Elles are pronouns that can be used to describe people who identify as non-binary or to talk about groups of people where not everyone has the same gender. My goal is to make sure that all students in my class have access to vocabulary that affirms how they may choose to describe themselves or individuals they know. 
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Miss JocelynTravel, Language & Art Enthusiast!
133 total reviews
162 completed classes

About Me

Hello! My name is Jocelyn and I am very excited to have the opportunity to teach on Outschool. I welcome the opportunity to provide students and families with unique lessons that they may not otherwise encounter in the traditional classroom. I... 
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