Middle School Spanish includes studies organized around listening comprehension, reading comprehension, speaking, writing, and cultural aspects of Hispanic countries.
Middle School Spanish students participate in activities organized around the following skills:
Listening Comprehension: Understanding passages, including some unfamiliar material, and recognizing a speaker’s attitudes, emotions, and points of view.
Reading Comprehension: Understanding written texts, including some unfamiliar material, and recognizing an author’s attitudes, emotions, and points of view.
Speaking: Answering simple questions in an unpracticed conversation; and answering questions following a presentation; telling a story or relating the plot of a book or film including offering opinions.
Writing: Writing formal and informal texts in the appropriate style, including emails, reports and letters conveying opinions and points of view.
: Understanding appropriate gestures and oral expressions for greetings, leave-talking and common classroom interactions such as: formal and informal greetings. Cultural studies including biographies of important Hispanics, and studies culture and life in Hispanic countries.
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