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Teacher: Bina Brach

Teacher: Sra. Bina Brach

Hola! Welcome back to the 2014-2015 school year! It's going to be another great year of Spanish learning and fun!

Preschool, Pre-K,  and K: The little ones will be learning everything having to do with each season, colors, numbers, shapes, introducing ourselves, feelings, sizes, family, our school, hoidays. We will also be reading many Spanish short stories, play group games and sing songs. In September we will begin our theme of school,  what's in our backpack,  apples, the colors red, green, and yellow,  and sizes of apples( all in Spanish, of course.)

1st and 2nd: We will be learning Spanish greetings, the calendar, our classrooms, parts of the body, colors, clothing, family,weather,foods, etc. We will be talking about Spanish hoildays, playing group games, and reading Spanish short stories. 

4th: The Spanish calendar, greetings, the classroom, Spanish commands, numbers, Spanish skits, Spanish geography lessons, our homes, occupations, food, Spanish artists, parts of the body, holidays, games, stories, etc.  

5th: The calendar, our families, things in our classroom, -AR ending Spanish verbs, sentence structure, asking questions in Spanish, numbers, telling time,  school subjects, colors, adjectives,occupations, Spanish skits, holidays, games,etc.

6th: greetings, adjectives, professions, verbs, sentence structure, Spanish conversations and skits, parts of the body, months of the year, days of the week, weather, our homes, realtor skits, possessives, foods, geography lessons, maps of our town, prepositions,holidays, games, etc.

7th: greetings, our classroom, numbers, days, months, pronouns, weather, colors, adjectives, our families, verbs, clothing, our communities, question words, holidays, skits, short stories, group activities/projects, etc.

8th: 8th grade is a big year! I work hard to make sure the students are as prepared as possible for Spanish I in high school. Students will receive a lesson schedule every couple of months outlining what we will be working on each week, subject to some change.  Many of these lessons are based on what will be covered in a Spanish I high school classroom. Topics will include: greetings, numbers, likes and dislikes, food, adjectives, difference between Spanish schools and American schools, telling time, cultural holidays, map activities, adverbs, class objects, prepositions, foods, verbs, and many more! In the Spring, we will be reading some short stories entirely in Spanish, including Don Quixote!





Grades 2  : durable two-pocket folder with loose leaf inside

Grades 4-8: 1/2" binder with looseleaf or notebook and a folder to keep handouts