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       TEACHER: JOE LOUIE ESPINOSA
    714-568-7000, ext.67449
       Department: WORLD LANGUAGES
     

     
     

    Course description

    Spanish for Spanish Speakers I and II is a 1st and 2nd year course designed to provide Spanish speaking students with academic language proficiencies. The foreign language state standards will be addressed.  Listening, speaking, reading, writing and vocabulary development will be  integrated. Writing as a process will be emphasized. Students will participate in functional communicative activities within the context of a thematic literature based and a thematic grammar based curriculum.

     

    Evaluation

    Grades will be based on your performance on tests, projects, daily classroom assignments, proof-reading exercises, and a final exam. This is a working course. Be  prepared to work every day. Be prepared to test every Friday.

     

    Grades

      A=90% to 100%           34%=Tests and projects

      B=80% to 89%

      C=70% to 79%             33%=proof-reading

      D=60% to 69%

      F=0% to 59%                33%=classroom and homework assignments.

     

    Materials

    Bring writing supplies to class every day. Be prepared to write every day. Ink pens,pencils and mechanical pencils.(Number 2 lead pencils) college ruled loose-leaf notebook paper.

     

    Make ups

    Only accepted with an excused absence. For classwork and homework assignments you have two school days based on the first day back. For tests and projects you have five school days based on the first day back. There are no make-ups for proof-reading assignments.

     

    Classroom rules

    1. Come to class regularly.

    2. Electronic devices must be fully charged before class (at home).

    3. Respect other students and do not disturb other students.

    4. Demonstrate acceptable behavior in the classroom.

    5. Comply with the school dress code.

    6. Do not bring food or drink or into the classroom.

    7. Do not use profane or make obscene or suggestive gestures.

    8. Do not deface, damage, destroy, steal, or litter classroom property or the property of other students.

    9. No gum chewing.

    10. Doing your work or having finished your work is no excuse to use whatever electronic device you have.

     

    Offense of any classroom or school rules will result in a verbal warning, parent contact, or a referral to student services.  Tardy and truant policies will be enforced as prescribed by student services.

     
    Period 1 Preparation Period
    Period 2 SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS LEVEL ONE   ROOM 5102
    Period 3 SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS LEVEL ONE  ROOM 5102
    Period 4 SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS LEVEL ONE   ROOM 5102
    Period 5 SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS LEVEL ONE  ROOM 5102
    Period 6 SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS LEVEL ONE  ROOM 5102