Spanish 1 provides a solid foundation for students to build proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing in Spanish, and provides students with basic skills and contextual information for using Spanish. Each unit presents new information, including useful vocabulary and grammatical structures, and introduces relevant cultural information. At the end of this course, students have the basic skills and contextual information required for using Spanish in their professional and daily lives and when traveling abroad.
Estar (to be)
Present perfect tense
Tener (to have) Fruits
Comer (to eat)
Beber (to drink)
Llevar (to wear)
Seasons and weather
Explain where places are located in town.
Illustrate the locations of rooms and items in a house through speaking and writing.
Describe school courses. State food preferences and explain what people eat for meals.
Discuss what people wear in differing weather conditions and seasons.
Order food at a restaurant using proper etiquette.