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Spanish 1

Build a foundation in grammar, vocabulary, culture, and conversation



Stephanie Zerr


Class size:

minimum 8, maximum 16


Additional fees:

$10 materials fee


Class time: (Meets once/week)

(Tues-1) 8:45-10:05

(Wed-1) 8:45-10:05, (Wed-3) 12:05-1:25


Pre-requisites for class:



Graduation requirement:

1 foreign language credit

  • Course Description

This class is designed to meet the requirements for a first-year high school Spanish course.  


By the end of this course, students should successfully navigate a variety of basic communicative tasks needed for survival in a Spanish-speaking world. You will also have gained a more global perspective through more profound knowledge and understanding of Hispanic culture. The goal is to prepare you to use the language to participate in Spanish-speaking communities both at home and worldwide.

 Given the nature of a weekly language course, it is vital that students commit to consistent review of their materials and practice in their notes and provided skills websites. Students will find great benefit in spending at least ten minutes a day reviewing and practicing their materials.

  • Required Books & Materials

Instructor will provide access to online materials with videos, Google slides, etc.

Students are required to print and bring necessary materials to class.

  • 1.5” three-ring binder 

  • Colored pencils 

  • Printer access 

  • Pencil and Paper

  • Classwork / Homework

Students will be assigned a variety of homework to complete at home and return. These will include grammatical, vocabulary, and literature practices, videos, map work, and more.


When learning a language, it is critical to commit new vocabulary to memory.  Access to Conjuguemos, Quizlet, Boom Cards, and Flangoo will be provided. Students will use these tools for a variety of grammatical, vocabulary, literature assignments and recommended practices.

All grammatical, vocabulary, and other instructional materials are provided and will be accessed in Google Classroom. Students are required to print and bring the necessary materials to class.


Approximate study time 2-3 hours a week

Contact the instructor if you have additional questions.
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