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AP 스페인어 언어 및 문화 - 주 1회(소그룹) 스페인어로 수업

수업
일주일에 한 번 소그룹으로 진행되는 1년 온라인 AP 스페인어 및 문화 코스는 학생들을 스페인어에 몰입시켜 인지, 분석 및 의사소통 기술을 향상시키고 학생들이 AP 시험을 준비할 수 있도록 합니다.
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수업 개요

미국 등급 9 - 12
8 units//32 lessons//32 Weeks
Unit 1Personal Identity
4 lessons4 Weeks
Personal Identity
 Week 1
Lesson 1
Self-Image
Objectives: Describe personal characteristics and interests. Grammar: Present Tense (Regular/Irregular), Gustar & Other Verbs Culture: Spanish in Africa Activities: Vocabulary: Personal traits, interests. Listening: Audio clips about self-descriptions. Reading: Articles on self-image. Writing: Describe yourself and your interests. Speaking: Pair activity to discuss personal interests.
 Week 2
Lesson 2
Personal Beliefs
Objectives: Express personal beliefs and preferences. Grammar: Ser vs. Estar with Adjectives, Possessives Culture: Bailes hispanos Activities: Vocabulary: Beliefs and preferences. Listening: Interviews discussing personal beliefs. Reading: Essays on cultural beliefs. Writing: Short essay on your core beliefs. Speaking: Group discussion on beliefs.
 Week 3
Lesson 3
Personal Interests
Objectives: Talk about hobbies and interests. Grammar: Demonstratives Culture: History of Francisco Franco Activities: Vocabulary: Hobbies and interests. Listening: Podcasts on personal hobbies. Reading: Biography of Francisco Franco. Writing: Describe a hobby or interest in detail. Speaking: Presentation on a favorite interest.
 Week 4
Lesson 4
Review and Practice
Objectives: Consolidate learning and practice communication skills. Grammar: Review present tense and related grammar. Activities: Practice exercises on present tense, ser vs. estar, and possessives. Speaking: Role-play scenarios using new vocabulary. Listening: Comprehensive listening practice. Writing: Reflective essay on personal growth in language learning.
Unit 2Families and Communities
4 lessons4 Weeks
Families and Communities
 Week 5
Lesson 5
Family Structure
Objectives: Discuss family dynamics and structure. Grammar: Progressive Tenses Culture: Movie Ratings in Hispanic Countries Activities: Vocabulary: Family members, roles. Listening: Conversations about family dynamics. Reading: Articles on family structures. Writing: Describe your family. Speaking: Discuss family roles and customs.
 Week 6
Lesson 6
Customs and Values
Objectives: Understand and describe cultural customs and values. Grammar: Preterit Culture: Picar y Tapas Activities: Vocabulary: Cultural customs and values. Listening: Stories on cultural customs. Reading: "Los maderos de San Juan" by Asunción Silva. Writing: Describe a cultural custom. Speaking: Share a cultural value from your background.
 Week 7
Lesson 7
Education
Objectives: Discuss educational systems and experiences. Grammar: Imperfect Culture: Education systems in Hispanic countries. Activities: Vocabulary: School subjects, educational terms. Listening: Discussions on education. Reading: Articles comparing educational systems. Writing: Reflect on your educational experiences. Speaking: Debate on the best educational practices.
 Week 8
Lesson 8
Communities
Objectives: Explore and describe different types of communities. Grammar: Preterit vs. Imperfect Culture: Community events in Hispanic cultures. Activities: Vocabulary: Community roles, events. Listening: Community event reports. Reading: Stories about community life. Writing: Describe your community. Speaking: Presentation on a community event.
Unit 3Beauty and Aesthetics
4 lessons4 Weeks
Beauty and Aesthetics
 Week 9
Lesson 9
Beauty and Creativity
Objectives: Discuss concepts of beauty and creativity. Grammar: Pronominal Verbs (reflexive, reciprocal) Culture: Torres humanas Activities: Vocabulary: Beauty and creativity terms. Listening: Descriptions of artistic works. Reading: Articles on beauty standards. Writing: Describe what beauty means to you. Speaking: Discuss beauty in different cultures.
 Week 10
Lesson 10
Fashion and Design
Objectives: Explore the world of fashion and design. Grammar: Por vs. Para Culture: History of Cortés y la Malinche Activities: Vocabulary: Fashion terms. Listening: Interviews with fashion designers. Reading: Articles on fashion trends. Writing: Write about your favorite fashion trend. Speaking: Present a fashion trend.
 Week 11
Lesson 11
Language, Literature, and Architecture
Objectives: Understand the connection between language, literature, and architecture. Grammar: Pronouns (object, subject), Double object pronouns Culture: Famous Hispanic authors and their works. Activities: Vocabulary: Literary and architectural terms. Listening: Literary excerpts. Reading: Excerpts from famous Hispanic literature. Writing: Analyze a piece of literature. Speaking: Discuss the impact of literature on culture.
 Week 12
Lesson 12
Review and Practice
Objectives: Consolidate learning and practice communication skills. Grammar: Review pronominal verbs and pronouns. Activities: Practice exercises on pronouns and pronominal verbs. Speaking: Role-play scenarios using new vocabulary. Listening: Comprehensive listening practice. Writing: Reflective essay on beauty and aesthetics.
Unit 4Contemporary Life
4 lessons4 Weeks
Contemporary Life
 Week 13
Lesson 13
Relationships
Objectives: Discuss relationships and social interactions. Grammar: Present Subjunctive Culture: African Influence in Latin America Activities: Vocabulary: Relationship terms. Listening: Conversations about relationships. Reading: Articles on social customs. Writing: Reflect on an important relationship. Speaking: Discuss the dynamics of relationships.
 Week 14
Lesson 14
Lifestyles
Objectives: Explore different lifestyles and social customs. Grammar: Noun Clauses Culture: The Spanish Monarchy Activities: Vocabulary: Lifestyle terms. Listening: Interviews on lifestyle choices. Reading: Articles on the Spanish Monarchy. Writing: Compare different lifestyles. Speaking: Presentation on a chosen lifestyle.
 Week 15
Lesson 15
Social Customs and Values
Objectives: Understand and discuss social customs and values. Grammar: Adjective Clauses Culture: Literature: “Sensemayá” by Nicolás Guillén Activities: Vocabulary: Social customs and values. Listening: Descriptions of social events. Reading: Analyze “Sensemayá”. Writing: Essay on a social custom. Speaking: Discuss the importance of social customs.
 Week 16
Lesson 16
Review and Practice
Objectives: Consolidate learning and practice communication skills. Grammar: Review present subjunctive and related clauses. Activities: Practice exercises on subjunctive mood. Speaking: Role-play scenarios using new vocabulary. Listening: Comprehensive listening practice. Writing: Reflective essay on contemporary life.
Unit 5The Family and Its Interaction with the World
4 lessons4 Weeks
The Family and Its Interaction with the World
 Week 17
Lesson 17
Social Networking
Objectives: Discuss the role of social networking. Grammar: Indirect Commands, Direct Commands Culture: La guitarra Activities: Vocabulary: Social networking terms. Listening: Discussions on social media. Reading: Articles on the impact of social networking. Writing: Reflect on your social media use. Speaking: Debate the pros and cons of social networking.
 Week 18
Lesson 18
Human Geography
Objectives: Explore human geography and its impacts. Grammar: Present Perfect Indicative (regular/irregular) Culture: Plantas medicinales Activities: Vocabulary: Geography terms. Listening: Reports on geographic issues. Reading: Articles on human geography. Writing: Describe the geography of your region. Speaking: Presentation on a geographic topic.
 Week 19
Lesson 19
Global Citizenship
Objectives: Understand the concept of global citizenship. Grammar: Present Perfect Subjunctive Culture: History of Che Guevara Activities: Vocabulary: Citizenship terms. Listening: Stories of global citizens. Reading: Biography of Che Guevara. Writing: Reflect on what it means to be a global citizen. Speaking: Discuss global citizenship responsibilities.
 Week 20
Lesson 20
Review and Practice
Objectives: Consolidate learning and practice communication skills. Grammar: Review perfect tenses. Activities: Practice exercises on perfect tenses. Speaking: Role-play scenarios using new vocabulary. Listening: Comprehensive listening practice. Writing: Reflective essay on family and global interaction.
Unit 6Global Challenges
4 lessons4 Weeks
Global Challenges
 Week 21
Lesson 21
Population and Demographics
Objectives: Discuss population issues and demographics. Grammar: Future with probability Culture: Government in Uruguay Activities: Vocabulary: Demographic terms. Listening: Reports on population issues. Reading: Articles on demographics. Writing: Analyze population trends. Speaking: Discuss demographic challenges.
 Week 22
Lesson 22
Economic Issues
Objectives: Understand and discuss economic challenges. Grammar: Conditional with probability Culture: Literature: César Vallejo Activities: Vocabulary: Economic terms. Listening: Economic news reports. Reading: Works by César Vallejo. Writing: Reflect on an economic issue. Speaking: Debate economic policies.
 Week 23
Lesson 23
Environmental Issues
Objectives: Explore environmental challenges and solutions. Grammar: Prepositions, Relative Pronouns Culture: Environmental policies in Hispanic countries. Activities: Vocabulary: Environmental terms. Listening: Discussions on environmental issues. Reading: Articles on environmental conservation. Writing: Persuasive essay on an environmental issue. Speaking: Presentation on an environmental solution.
 Week 24
Lesson 24
Review and Practice
Objectives: Consolidate learning and practice communication skills. Grammar: Review future and conditional tenses. Activities: Practice exercises on future and conditional tenses. Speaking: Role-play scenarios using new vocabulary. Listening: Comprehensive listening practice. Writing: Reflective essay on global challenges.
Unit 7Science and Technology
4 lessons4 Weeks
Science and Technology
 Week 25
Lesson 25
Access to Technology
Objectives: Discuss access to technology and its impacts. Grammar: Past Subjunctive Culture: Education in Cuba Activities: Vocabulary: Technology terms. Listening: Reports on technology access. Reading: Articles on technological advancements. Writing: Reflect on your access to technology. Speaking: Debate the digital divide.
 Week 26
Lesson 26
Effects of Technology on Self and Society
Objectives: Explore the effects of technology on individuals and society. Grammar: Noun Clauses Culture: Los gestos Activities: Vocabulary: Technology impacts. Listening: Interviews on technology use. Reading: Articles on societal impacts of technology. Writing: Essay on technology's impact on daily life. Speaking: Discuss the pros and cons of technology.
 Week 27
Lesson 27
Innovations
Objectives: Understand and discuss technological innovations. Grammar: Adjective Clauses Culture: History of La bandera de México Activities: Vocabulary: Innovation terms. Listening: Stories of technological innovations. Reading: Biography of Mexican innovators. Writing: Research a technological innovation. Speaking: Present on a chosen innovation.
 Week 28
Lesson 28
Review and Practice
Objectives: Consolidate learning and practice communication skills. Grammar: Review past subjunctive and related clauses. Activities: Practice exercises on subjunctive mood. Speaking: Role-play scenarios using new vocabulary. Listening: Comprehensive listening practice. Writing: Reflective essay on science and technology.
Unit 8Life Outside of Work
4 lessons4 Weeks
Life Outside of Work
 Week 29
Lesson 29
Travel and Leisure
Objectives: Discuss travel and leisure activities. Grammar: Passive Voice (ser), Passive se, Unintentional se Culture: La bandera de Ecuador Activities: Vocabulary: Travel and leisure terms. Listening: Travel podcasts. Reading: Articles on travel destinations. Writing: Describe a memorable trip. Speaking: Plan a group travel itinerary.
 Week 30
Lesson 30
Entertainment
Objectives: Explore entertainment options and their cultural significance. Grammar: Haber & Perfect Tenses (including subjunctive) Culture: Dulces y meriendas del mundo hispano Activities: Vocabulary: Entertainment terms. Listening: Interviews with entertainers. Reading: Articles on entertainment history. Writing: Review of a movie or show. Speaking: Discuss favorite entertainment activities.
 Week 31
Lesson 31
Volunteerism
Objectives: Understand and discuss the importance of volunteerism. Grammar: Perfect Tenses (review) Culture: Volunteer organizations in Hispanic countries. Activities: Vocabulary: Volunteer terms. Listening: Stories from volunteers. Reading: Articles on volunteerism. Writing: Persuasive essay on the importance of volunteering. Speaking: Share a volunteering experience.
 Week 32
Lesson 32
Review and Final Exam Preparation
Objectives: Review all learned material and prepare for final exams. Grammar: Comprehensive review of tenses and moods. Activities: Practice exercises on all grammar topics. Speaking: Final presentations on chosen topics. Listening: Comprehensive listening practice. Writing: Reflective essay on the course journey. Final exam review and practice tests.
이 수업은 스페인어로 진행됩니다.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational communication using Spanish.
  • Gain knowledge and understanding of the cultures of the Spanish-speaking world. Use Spanish to connect with other disciplines and expand their knowledge in various contexts.
  • Develop insight into the nature of the Spanish language and its culture.
  • Use Spanish to participate in communities both at home and around the world.
  • Listen to, read, understand, and interpret a wide variety of authentic Spanish-language materials and sources.
Am a Bilingual EC-6 and Spanish EC-12 Certified Educator. I hold a masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction and have been teaching students from across the country online for the last 11 plus years. I have extensive experience building Spanish curriculum for levels 1, 2, 3 and AP. Am a native Spanish speaker. 
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Homework will be provided to all students.
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All students will be assessed informally during class, through various activities, Nearpod, and exit tickets, to inform and guide teachers instruction. Formal assessments will be offered upon request for students. Please ensure you let the teacher know prior and or during the first day of class. Please see class description for additional guidance.
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Grades will be offered upon student request. Please kindly request this prior to your first class.
High School Spanish III/IV. The AP Spanish course is a college level course. The
intensity, quality, and amount of materials can be compared to a third-year college course. 
Virtual or Physical Notebook to keep all material/notes provided
Writing utensils such as pencils, pens, highlighters
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