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Spanish 2

Continue the language journey by building upon skills learned in Spanish 1



Stephanie Zerr


Class size:

minimum 8, maximum 16


Additional fees:

$10 materials fee


Class time: (Meets once/week)

(Tues-2) 10:10-11:30   (Wed-2) 10:10-11:30


Pre-requisites for class:

Spanish 1*


Graduation requirement:

1 foreign language credit

Mid-Year Enrollment: You must contact the instructor for approval prior to enrollment. Space is limited. The instructor does not have the ability to add students to a full class.

  • Course Description

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

Using ACTFL standards of communication, cultures, connections, comparisons, and communities, this class will provide a sound grammatical and conversational foundation for the second-year Spanish student while seeking to build connections to home, community, and the world beyond.  

This course combines formal grammar and vocabulary instruction with a high emphasis on conversational proficiency, and builds upon the skills learned in Spanish I. Students will continue to grow in their verbal proficiency, reading, and writing.  More verb tenses and complex grammar structures are introduced.  Although this course is more rigorous than Spanish I, it still maintains a highly interactive and hands-on format.


Mastery of this course will lay a solid foundation for upper-level Spanish courses.  

  • Classwork / Homework

Each class period will vary activities to accommodate the objectives for that week.  


Classes will include: homework review, introduction of new grammar concepts, conversational practice, videos, stories, games, listening activities, reading, writing, cultural studies, quizzes, and tests.  


Students will be responsible for memorizing unit vocabulary and grammar concepts and studying any accompanying subject matter for quizzes and unit tests

Homework will include written work as well as time spent listening to audio or video.

There will also be occasional country/culture studies.

Time spent on home study will vary from student to student.  Students should interact with the language when not in class through daily homework and review sessions.  


Approximate study time 2-3 hours a week

  • Required Books & Materials

La Araña y Los Elefantes 

by Adriana Ramirez

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Soy Yo, La Mosca

by Adriana Ramirez

Both of these readers will be used in Spanish I and II in different capacities.


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

  • Spiral-bound index cards

  • 1.5" 3-ring binder  

  • Pen/pencil

  • Colored pencils

  • Printer access

Contact the instructor if you have additional questions.
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