Spanish MS – I
This course is an introduction to the Spanish language and culture. Students study basic grammatical structures and
vocabulary and use them in listening, speaking, reading, and writing activities at the beginning level. Topics include the
alphabet, accent marks, greetings, classroom objects, numbers, colors, the calendar, weather expressions, telling time,
the city, animals, foods, the family, parts of the body, clothing, sports, subject pronouns, possession, agreement of nouns
and adjectives, present tense of regular verbs, forming questions, prepositions, and possessive adjectives. Students
must have prior approval of language arts teacher from elementary school or middle school.
Prerequisite: Spanish I Students review topics in Spanish I while continuing their study of more complex grammatical
structures and vocabulary through activities involving listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students completing this
course successfully may be able to move into Spanish II at the high school.
Prerequisite: Spanish II Students review topics previously taught in Spanish I and II and refine their skills in all areas of
language acquisition. Grammatical topics include commands, double objects pronouns, future tense, time expressions,
writing narratives, phone usage, clothing, holiday, art, household expressions, medical vocabulary, the car, etc. Students
completing this course successfully may be able to move into Spanish II or III at the high school.