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    Spanish 1A (42419114)
    PRP High SCHOOL | MS. MUSTELIER | 2013 - 2014
    E-mail: maria.mustelier@jefferson.kyschools.usClass
    (42419114E-mail:yolanda.breeding-hale@jefferson.kyschools.usClass Website: **http:/habanaviva.wikispaces.com/**
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    school year.
    Primary Text ¡Avancemos 1! and other appropriate materials.
    Course Goals
    In

    In
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    as well.
    Forms of assessment/grading scale:
    25% Classwork and Homework (Warm-Ups, Class Notes and class work)
    25% Participation (Active participation in all class activities is expected and required in order to
    receive full participation credit. Some assignments that are created with a group and/or are
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    the class. SpeakSpeak Spanish every
    20% Formative Assessments (Tests & Quizzes)
    30% Performance assessments/Projects/WIKI Performance assessments and projects for this course can
    be defined as achievement tests with a proficiency orientation that measure student
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    Students are
    expected to use technology to evaluate resources needed to solve problems, complete
    assigned tasks using various Web 2.0 tools WIKI will be use to do group projects, classroom
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    * Students and parents will be able to track individual grades and messenger online through Parent Portal IC.
    Class Materials / $6.00 Class Fee(required)
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    Performance Assessments)
    This is absolutely essential in order to ensure you are prepared, organized, and successful in this class!
    REQUIRED: SUGGESTED: Notebook for note-taking in class A box of marker
    Flash Drive (only for Spanish class) Pack of Index Cards
    3-ring binder to keep handouts, test/quizzes, etc. Ziploc bags (Gallon and Quart)
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    of Kleenex
    Classroom Policies & Procedures
    Ö Work Bell to Bell: Learning time is precious and cannot be wasted. I expect you to work from the ringing of the first bell through the ringing of the last bell.Class will begin when “Buenos Dias” is exchanged.When bell rings, wait until dismissed with “Adios”.
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    Ö Entering the Classroom: As soon as you enter the classroom, I expect you to pick up any handouts or packets. You should be in your seat by the time the late bell sounds.
    Ö Warm Ups: You must write down the Daily Objective and complete your Esponja (Warm-Up) in your notebook within the first 10 minutes of class. The Esponja must be completed in its entirety or you will receive NO CREDIT.
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    the classroom.
    Ö Using the Restroom: You are permitted to use the restroom only in cases of emergencies. You are responsible for all missed classwork during that time.
    Ö Absences: If you have an UNEXCUSED absence, you will receive a zero on all assignments that day. If you have an EXCUSED absence, it is your responsibility. You may also go to the classroom website at home to print off the assignments for yourself (**http://habanaviva.wikispaces.com/**). You will find the handout missing on the wall in front of the class “Absent Look Here” If you miss a test or quiz, Make-up test are given on Wednesday, after school in my classroom. No exceptions or else you will receive a zero.
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    Ö Copying &Cheating: Academic integrity is very important both in high school and beyond. As per school policy, cheating will result in an administrative referral and a zero will be given for the assignment or exam.
    Ö Cursing: There is to be no profanity or any other inappropriate language or behavior in the classroom. The classroom is a safe environment and no one should ever be made uncomfortable by someone else’s words or action.
    Classroom Rules
    Be on time. Tardy note required.
    Be respectful of yourself, others, and all property.
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  2. page Welcome letter edited ... How can you help your student? Encourage him/her to review vocabulary frequently (a few minute…
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    How can you help your student? Encourage him/her to review vocabulary frequently (a few minutes each day), to complete his/her assignments, and to use Spanish whenever possible. Read labels that come in English and Spanish. Try listening to some Spanish TV. If you go to a restaurant where Spanish is spoken, encourage him/her to try speaking some Spanish! People will not laugh; they will appreciate the effort!
    I am looking forward to getting to know your student in Spanish
    Markers, glue, Hand Sanitizer Box of
    ¡¡Muchas gracias!!
    Again, We want to welcome you our Spanish class and we are anticipating a TERRIFIC trimester!
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  3. page Welcome letter edited August, 2013 2014 Parents and Students!!! Welcome back to school and welcome to Spanish! The…

    August, 20132014
    Parents and Students!!!
    Welcome back to school and welcome to Spanish! The spanish team is excited to be teaching your son/daughter this year. We wanted you to know a little bit of our background.
    Approach and Methodology As natives and experienced teachers, we bring new innovative ideas to get your son/daughter to love and learn Spanish. The textbook we will be using is “Avancemos". This textbook not only will engage students with games, videos, conversations and a chance to record themselves, but also includes online students’ textbook and exercises. This year they will learn many different topics and vast information about Hispanic culture. It is our goal that they will be able to understand, communicate and understand the culture and the target language by the end of the trimester!
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    vocabulario, trabajo
    Learning Spanish is exciting and fun! And it is so relevant for today’s world. Did you know that Spanish is the fourth most commonly spoken language in the world? There are 21 countries in the world where Spanish is the main language spoken. And the United States has the fifth-largest Hispanic population in the world! Coming from the business world, I can tell you that knowing both English and Spanish can open a lot of doors! Did you know that students who know a second language generally score higher on standardized tests than students who do not?
    How can you help your student? Encourage him/her to review vocabulary frequently (a few minutes each day), to complete his/her assignments, and to use Spanish whenever possible. Read labels that come in English and Spanish. Try listening to some Spanish TV. If you go to a restaurant where Spanish is spoken, encourage him/her to try speaking some Spanish! People will not laugh; they will appreciate the effort!
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    student in Spanish!
    Wish List :) :)
    Spanish
    Markers, glue, Hand Sanitizer Box of tissue
    ¡¡Muchas gracias!!
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  4. page Home edited ... I am so glad that you are here! This site is designed to provide you with a window into what o…
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    I am so glad that you are here! This site is designed to provide you with a window into what our students are working on in Spanish class.On this website, you will find your homework assignments, some in-class lessons, extra help and more!
    This wiki is a space for you to work at home so that you can keep reading and listening to Spanish when you're not in class You can also find links to your current vocabulary, videos, games, and other resources for you to learn more about the Spanish language and Spanish-speaking cultures.
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    are Spanish-speakers?
    {portal_logo.gif} Infinite Campus Grades
    ¡Avancemos! is our textbook. The following links are from ClassZone.com and they will help you to better study and assist you at home.
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  5. page Home edited {Bienvenidos.jpg} {Picture 212.jpg} About About The Teacher My name is Maria Mustelier a …

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    {Picture 212.jpg} AboutAbout The Teacher
    My name is Maria Mustelier a native of Cuba. I have a Bachelor degree in Education with a major in Spanish and Literacy from Pedagogical Institute Enrique José Varona (1983 and Master’s Degree of Art at the University of Louisville (2008). I am currently finishing my RANK 1 in Education at the University of Louisville.
    I have spoken Spanish all my life and I am extremely proud of my Latin roots. It is thanks to this great pride that I feel to be Latin, I decided to share with others what I have learned about this language as beautiful as it is the Spanish. I've taught Spanish for 30years. I have vast experience in the field. I have had the opportunity to teach from level 1 up to the advanced class of literature. I am a very persistent and I work hard to achieve my dreams. Creativity is one of my strongest qualities which without any doubt I use in my class. I like to maintain an atmosphere in the class in which we all work as a team ready to succeed together. A true honor is for me to open the doors of the knowledge of this beautiful language to all and I hope that through this site we may have a closer communication. Any questions that you might have, please do not hesitate to communicate with me to maria.mustelier@jefferson.kyschools.us for me will be a pleasure to respond to your questions.
    Thank you in advance for your collaboration towards the training of young people in preparation to succeed in the future and for the confidence you have placed in me to guide them through this adventure that will be without any doubt unforgettable. In all, I enjoy working with young people in collaboration with colleges and administrators for the good of our students who we serve.

    Parents and students.
    I am so glad that you are here! This site is designed to provide you with a window into what our students are working on in Spanish class.On this website, you will find your homework assignments, some in-class lessons, extra help and more!
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Friday, October 18

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Thursday, October 17

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    Paso 6: Homework: [[#|Complete]] Ser Practice Worksheet PDF on notebook paper - write sentence in Spanish and translate to English. Write all vocabulary 3 times Spanish and 1 time English on notebook paper.
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    La canción (son)
    http://lavidaesunsilbar.wordpress.com/2013/01/17/dime-como-eres/

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Saturday, October 5

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