Spanish - 4

The Elementary Spanish Level Four course goes deeper into learning the Spanish language. Students will build their Spanish vocabulary and learn grammar rules that apply to the target language. They will explore countries in South America, along with their cultures and traditions. Students will learn about seasons and how seasons are opposite in Patagonia. They will be engaged in learning the Spanish culture and language through interactive games and activities.

Major Topics and Concepts

 
  • Countries in South America
  • Culture of Argentina
  • Greetings
  • Asking and answering questions
  • Family member words
  • Describing people using adjectives
  • Words and expressions related to soccer
  • Third person plural
  • Famous soccer player Leo Messi
  • Wild animals of South America
  • Iguazu Falls
  • Signs about wild animals
  • Habitats of wild animals
  • Seasons and months of the year
  • Vocabulary related to weather
  • Seasons are opposite in Patagonia and North America
  • Summer clothing
  • Winter clothing
  • Conjugations for the verbs poner and tener
  • Labeling adjectives with the correct number and gender
  • Signs seen at stores
  • Winter activities
  • Prepositions related to winter activities
  • Telling time
  • Writing the date
  • Yesterday, today, and tomorrow
  • Animals of South America
  • Tierra del Fuego
  • Nature and surroundings of Tierra del Fuego
  • Future tense
  • Words related to being ill
  • Veterinarian vocabulary
  • Numbers 1-1000
  • Counting by 100s
  • Multiplying by 100s
  • Writing a letter
  • Vocabulary related to writing a letter
  • Giving advice
  • Gaucho culture
  • Family words
  • Rhyming and poetry
  • Argentine Pampas
  • Past tense
  • Vocabulary related to fairy tales
  • Key points of a fairy tale
  • Vocabulary related to the solar system
  • Planets in the solar system
  • Constellations
  • Native South American cultures and their art
  • Imperfect verbs
  • Native North and South American cultures

Grade Level

  Grade 4

Duration

  Annual

Requirements

Students will need the following materials: printer, cell phone or scanner, headphones with a microphone, notebook, pen, pencil, crayons or markers, coloring pencils, paper, glue, tape, scissors, dice, deck of playing cards, ruler, paper clip, construction paper, and craft paint.

Prerequisites

  None

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