• Sra. Todorovich
    Grade Level: 7
    Phone: 201 327-2021 x:2236

    American Council on The Teaching of Foreign Languages:

    ¡Bienvenidos a la clase de español!
    aqui hablamos espanol, spanish flag as background
    Español 7
     In first trimester we are going to learn about food, how to order in a restaurant, how to shop in different food stores, and more fun things related to food and eating out. Students will also learn how to explain likes and dislikes.  To discuss these subjects, students will use present tense and near future and obligation expressions.
    November - December topic - food and restaurants
    Extra Help
    Wednesday mornings 8:00-8:30
    Materials needed 
    • paper, pencils, pens, scissors, color pencils, earbuds
    • Chrome book
    Grading is based on weighed point system
    Aligning assessments to instructional goals with the new Spanish curriculum  
    50% - Performance assessments (writing and speaking assessments where students demonstrate their ability to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate resources and create original spoken and written products)
    30% - Interpretive assessments (reading and listening assessments where students demonstrate understanding of spoken and written resources)
    15% - Knowledge assessments (grammar structures, vocabulary and culture assessments where students demonstrate their knowledge of language building blocks and culture)
    5% - Citizenship (homework completion, preparedness, classroom behavior, participation)
    The above division is based on Bloom's taxonomy, ACTFL 5 C's, and latest research in world language instruction.
    Assessment tools: rubrics, quizzes, and Integrated Performance Assessment at the end of each unit ( assessing students' cummulative interpretive, interpersonal, and presentational ability)
    Organization (4 sections)
    • Classwork
    • Tarea
    • Gramática
    • Cultura
    Homework policy
    Homework is always posted on the board. Homework is updated daily on genesis and google classroom  (when applicable)
    Generally, student has one day to make up missed work after coming back to class. Accommodations are made for longer absences.