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Spanish 4
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UC Scout World Languages are based on the themes of Global Challenges, Beauty and Aesthetics, Families and Communities, Personal and Public Identities, Contemporary Life and Science and Technology. UC Scout World Languages are standards and proficiency based incorporating the 5 C’s of Language Acquisition set forth by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages: Communication, Cultures, Connections, Comparisons, and Communities. Our Spanish courses can be used to supplement face-to-face courses and are “a-g” approved.

This course includes conversation development on topics such as historical and cultural products, challenges facing the global community, making plans for the future, international travel, expressing preferences, visiting historical sites, driving, appropriate work behavior, the cinema, and studying the work of artists. Students will continue to learn grammar concepts such as expressing preferences and dislikes, irregular verbs, the subjunctive, using verbs as nouns, the passive voice, demonstrative adjectives, relative clauses, the narrative past, the past perfect, and the superlative. This class is conducted in Spanish.

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Semester 1
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Unit 1
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  • Introduction to Semester 1
  • Travel by Plane
  • Where are you going/Where are you coming from
  • Expressions for Times of Day
  • Asking Someone How Someone Liked Something

 

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Unit 2
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  • Continents: Climates
  • Irregular Verbs (stem changing verbs in preterit)
  • Opposites
  • Historical Sites: Useful Phrases
  • Irregular Verbs (Spelling changing verbs - car/gar/zar

 

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Unit 3
New Unit Content: 
  • Driving
  • If/Then Clauses
  • Verbs Used as Nouns
  • Demonstrative Adjectives
  • Passive Voice
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Unit 4
New Unit Content: 
  • Jobs-Etiquette
  • Modal Verbs with the Passive Voice
  • Relative Pronouns
  • Transitional Words
  • Exclamations

 

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Unit 5
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  • Movies/Adverbs of Negation
  • Expressing Favorites
  • Compound Words
  • The Past Pluperfect
  • Passive Voice, Narrative Past

 

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Unit 6
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  • Filmmakers/Poets/Authors
  • The Superlative
  • Coordinating and Subordinating Conjunctions
  • False Friends
  • Expressing Enthusiasm, Disappointment, and Sympathy

 

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Semester 2
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Unit 7
New Unit Content: 
  • Introduction to Semester 2
  • Cultural Identities
  • Passive Voice Impersonal Se
  • Expressing Approval and Disapproval
  • Giving and Responding to Compliments

 

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Unit 8
New Unit Content: 
  • Political interests
  • Expressing Possession With De
  • Adverbs
  • Verbs To Know
  • Plurals

 

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Unit 9
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  • Personal Priorities
  • Double Infinitives and modal verbs
  • Infinitive Clauses With to, In order to
  • Conversational Past
  • Asking for Help in the Imperative

 

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Unit 10
New Unit Content: 
  • Schooling and Planning the Future
  • Past Subjunctive
  • Agreeing with Reservations; Justifying Your Answers
  • Past Participles as Adjectives
  • Expressing Obligation

 

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Unit 11
New Unit Content: 
  • Poems/Short Stories
  • Creating Nouns from Verbs
  • Review of past tense verbs: imperfect and preterite
  • Past Perfect with Modals
  • Verb-Preposition Combinations

 

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Unit 12
New Unit Content: 
  • Tolerance/Immigrants
  • Forming Questions
  • Infinitives Used as Nouns
  • Extending and Responding to an Invitation
  • Relative Pronouns After Prepositions