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Course Description

Course Goal and Description 

Language and communication are essential to the human experience. Knowing how, when, and why to say what to whom are the words that encompass all the linguistic and social knowledge required for effective human to human interaction. Students must be linguistically and culturally equipped to communicate successfully in our multilingual , multicultural world. It is vital for students to develop and maintain proficiency in English and in at least one other language. Students from non- english speaking backgrounds must also have opportunities to develop proficiency in their first language.

  • At the end of this course the students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the grammatical Spanish norms. 
  • Demonstrate understanding of grammatical errors in punctuation within the Spanish language.
  • Apply knowledge to compare and interpret meaning by choosing words or phrases effectively based on its content.
  • Can determine or clarify vocabulary by the use of words within the text.
  • Can establish conexiones between words, phrases by analyzing its content. 
  • Acquire and use a variety of specific vocabulary well  enough to carry out a simple conversation, read simple sentences and read them.

Text and Readings

As an introductory Spanish course the instructor will be providing handouts, from an online text books or Websites. We will also be using computer programs such as Duolingo and Quizlet in class and for practice homework. 

  • Vocabulario Activo 1
  • Vocabulario Activo 2
  •   SantillanaLengua Castellana 4 , 5 and 6

 

 

Spanish 1 Syllabus 

Ms. Rosa Vega

Course Goal and Description 

Language and communication are essential to the human experience. Knowing how, when, and why to say what to whom are the words that encompass all the linguistic and social knowledge required for effective human to human interaction. Students must be linguistically and culturally equipped to communicate successfully in our multilingual , multicultural world. It is vital for students to develop and maintain proficiency in English and in at least one other language. Students from non- english speaking backgrounds must also have opportunities to develop proficiency in their first language.

At the end of this course the students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the grammatical Spanish norms. 

Demonstrate understanding of grammatical errors in punctuation within the Spanish language.

Apply knowledge to compare and interpret meaning by choosing words or phrases effectively based on its content.

Can determine or clarify vocabulary by the use of words within the text.

Can establish conexiones between words, phrases by analyzing its content. 

Acquire and use a variety of specific vocabulary well  enough  to carry out a simple conversation, read simple sentences and read them.

Text and Readings

As an introductory Spanish course the instructor will be providing handouts, links to our resources websites, or any reading that will be presented in class will be given in advance for all students to have or have access to. 

Assignments and Expectations of students

  Late assignments will be reduced by 25 % off  each day uup to 2 days. After 2 days the assignments will receive no credit.  Late assignments will not be accepted for credit but are required to turn in for evaluation for mastery of skills and content by the teacher. 

Plagiarized work will not be accepted and the student will be referred to the office and obtain a 0 score. 

Students in this course will be responsible to ask for any make-up classwork, homework or test if they have been absent the day before and have brought in a proper excuse from home. 

Class participation is a must and it will count as 20% towards their final grade 

Due to our extraordinary situation of having to cut our last Semester short, and since this is a continuum of our Middle School Spanish. I will begin this semester with what we were unable to cover for 3rd quarter of Middle School Spanish. Then we can start working with  Spanish 1where we will be introducing and working with Spanish grammar. 

Some of the lessons :

The use of the telephone        the bathroom              my town              health

Teather                                    public places              work                    newspaper

Reactions                                flowers                       daily exercise       celebration

Bank                                        fruits                           weather                

Ecology                                   vegetables                  the garden

Unit 1 Spanish 1 nouns and adjectives  January 2022

Unit 2 Determinantes( articles, demonstratives, possessives and indefinite)

Grading and assessments:

The following are the different categories for which performance will be evaluated.  

Test - 25 %

Quizez- 20 %

Attendance- 20

Asynchonous time - 15 %  (Survey/ exit ticket ) 

Synchonous  time 20 % ( daily work along with teacher)

Honor System: For all those students  who are doing outstanding work in class.  Following expectations and class procedures,students will be praised by giving them a Hawk Bingo.

Materials Required and Recommended: 

The teacher will facilitate to each student any worksheet, reading, handout that will be discussed during class. Everything will be posted on Google Classroom so you don't need to worry. 

Inclusion

Vanguard is a school that highly values inclusion of all students.  Continual supports are offered as appropriate for student success, independence, and peer interaction in order to provide a high-quality education for all. 

Contact information :

If you have any questions or concerns about the course feel free to email me at.

rvega@vangaurdclassicalschool.org

I am also available  if you need further assistance you can schedule an appointment on google meets, and you can call me at (720) 551-9470 available from 8am to 3:30 pm.  If we're at school you can come see  me at my classroom room 216 during my planning time from 7:50am-8:45am  or 10:33am-11:21am.

This new year is starting with a lot of uncertainties but we are all in this together and we are going to make it great! 

 

 



Spanish 2 Syllubus 

Vanguard Classical School Spanish 2 Syllabus

Ms. Rosa Vega

Course Goal and Description 

Language and communication are essential to the human experience. Knowing how, when, and why to say what to whom are the words that encompass all the linguistic and social knowledge required for effective human to human interaction. Students must be linguistically and culturally equipped to communicate successfully in our multilingual , multicultural world. It is vital for students to develop and maintain proficiency in English and in at least one other language. Students from non- english speaking backgrounds must also have opportunities to develop proficiency in their first language.

At the end of this course the students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the grammatical Spanish norms. 

Demonstrate understanding of grammatical errors in punctuation within the Spanish language.

Apply knowledge to compare and interpret meaning by choosing words or phrases effectively based on its content.

Can determine or clarify vocabulary by the use of words within the text.

Can establish conexiones between words, phrases by analyzing its content. 

Acquire and use a variety of specific vocabulary well  enough  to carry out a simple conversation, read simple sentences and read them.

Text and Readings

Everything will be set on our Google Classroom: As an introductory Spanish course the instructor will be providing handouts, links to our resources websites, or any reading that will be presented in class will be given in advance for all students to have or have access to. 

Assignments and Expectations of students

  Late assignments will be reduced by 25 % off  each day uup to 2 days. After 2 days the assignments will receive no credit.  Late assignments will not be accepted for credit but are required to turn in for evaluation for mastery of skills and content by the teacher. 

Plagiarized work will not be accepted and the student will be referred to the office and obtain a 0 score. 

Students in this course will be responsible to ask for any make-up classwork, homework or test if they have been absent the day before and have brought in a proper excuse from home. 

Class participation is a must and it will count as 20% towards their final grade 

 The topics that will be covered during the school year  but not limited will be the following. 

Unite 1 nouns and adjectives

Unite 2 Determinantes( articles, demonstratives, possessives, indefinite, numerals)

Unite 3 Personal pronouns

Verbs unite 4 verbs

Grading and assessments:

The following are the different categories for which performance will be evaluated.  

Unit Test- 40 %

Quizzes -10%

Attendance- 10 %

Projects- 10%

Survey/ exit tickets- 10%

Synchronus time- 20 %

Honor System:  For all those students  who are doing outstanding work in class.  Following expectations and class procedures,students will be praised by giving them a Hawk Bingo.

Materials Required and Recommended: 

The teacher will facilitate to each student any worksheet, reading, handout that will be discussed during class. Everything will be posted on Google Classroom so you don't need to worry. 

Inclusion

Vanguard is a school that highly values inclusion of all students.  Continual supports are offered as appropriate for student success, independence, and peer interaction in order to provide a high-quality education for all. 

Contact information :

If you have any questions or concerns about the course feel free to email me at.

rvega@vangaurdclassicalschool.org

I am also available  if you need further assistance you can schedule an appointment on google meets, or call me at (720) 551-9470 from 8am to 3:30 pm. If we're at school you can come see  me at my classroom room 216 during my planning time from 7:50am-8:45am  or 10:33am-11:21am.

This new year is starting with a lot of uncertainties but we are all in this together and we are going to make it great! 

 

 

 

Spanish Literature

Vanguard classical school Spanish Syllabus

Ms. Rosa Vega

Course Goal and Description 

Language and communication are essential to the human experience. Knowing how, when, and why to say what to whom are the words that encompass all the linguistic and social knowledge required for effective human to human interaction. Students must be linguistically and culturally equipped to communicate successfully in our multilingual , multicultural world. It is vital for students to develop and maintain proficiency in English and in at least one other language. Students from non- english speaking backgrounds must also have opportunities to develop proficiency in their first language.

At the end of this course the students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the grammatical Spanish norms. 

Demonstrate understanding of grammatical errors in punctuation within the Spanish language.

Apply knowledge to compare and interpret meaning by choosing words or phrases effectively based on its content.

Can determine or clarify vocabulary by the use of words within the text.

Can establish conexiones between words, phrases by analyzing its content. 

Acquire and use a variety of specific vocabulary well  enough  to carry out a simple conversation, read simple sentences and read them.

Text and Readings

Everything will be set on our Google Classroom: As an introductory Spanish course the instructor will be providing handouts, links to our resources websites, or any reading that will be presented in class will be given in advance for all students to have or have access to. 

Assignments and Expectations of students

  Late assignments will be reduced by 25 % off  each day uup to 2 days. After 2 days the assignments will receive no credit.  Late assignments will not be accepted for credit but are required to turn in for evaluation for mastery of skills and content by the teacher. 

Plagiarized work will not be accepted and the student will be referred to the office and obtain a 0 score. 

Students in this course will be responsible to ask for any make-up classwork, homework or test if they have been absent the day before and have brought in a proper excuse from home. 

Class participation is a must and it will count as 20% towards their final grade 

 The topics that will be covered during the school year  but not limited will be the following. 

Grading and assessments:

The following are the different categories for which performance will be evaluated.  

Independent work - daily class work 10%

Test- 15 %

Quizzes -15%

Attendance- 20 %

Survey/ exit ticket 15%

Project - 15%

Synchronous time- 20%

Honor System:  For all those students  who are doing outstanding work in class.  Following expectations and class procedures,students will be praised by giving them a Hawk Bingo.

Materials Required and Recommended: 

The teacher will facilitate to each student any worksheet, reading, handout that will be discussed during class. Everything will be posted on Google Classroom so you don't need to worry. 

Inclusion

Vanguard is a school that highly values inclusion of all students.  Continual supports are offered as appropriate for student success, independence, and peer interaction in order to provide a high-quality education for all. 

Contact information :

If you have any questions or concerns about the course feel free to email me at.

rvega@vangaurdclassicalschool.org

I am also available  if you need further assistance you can schedule an appointment on google meets, or call me at (720) 551-9470. If we're at school you can come see  me at my classroom room 216 during my planning time from 7:50am-8:45am  or 10:33am-11:21am.

This new year is starting with a lot of uncertainties but we are all in this together and we are going to make it great! 







 







 






 

           Good morning Everyone:

Our virtual Scholastic Book Fair is online this Fall from November 9th -22nd. Students and families can support our school by purchasing new books to read on the     https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bookfairs/cptoolkit/homepage.do?method=homepage&url=vanguardclassicalschooleast  Website. In addition book only purchases of $25 or more will recive free shipping.            

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Good morning:

 Happy February! Our core virtue for this month is LOVE OF COUNTRY. This is defined as being devoted to our nation --loving its ideals, honoring its heroes, respecting its past (and learning from it) and working hard for a just and noble future.

 “Justice cannot be for one side alone, but must be for both.”
Eleanor Roosevelt

                                                                                                                                          

Important Announcements

 

Good Morning Vanguard Families:                                                                                                                                                                                                   February 22, 2021

 

First, I wanted to take this time to Remind parents and students that parent teacher conferences are just around the corner. I see some of my kiddos that are failing my class or other clases and its due to no submitting work. I can only speak for myself but, I am not taking out any points away for turning in missing work. I can understand  that our kids, and families are struggling for what ever reason that may be. Please help your kids trun in those missing assigments, parent teacher conferences are just around the corner; lets finish strong third quarter. 

 

 

January 25, 2021

Good Morning Vanguard Families:

First I want to apologize to all of you if I havent written in a while. At this time I bealive everyone all ready knows that my back went out and that I have been on bed rest since before the break. Nevertheless I have been here for all my students and any of you parents that might need me. Third quarter has started we are on our third week, and we want to start strong. It is impotant to submit work by every week. Thank you all for all of your support, kind words and just  being patient with me; I am so grateful of having such wounderful caring students. 

February 7, 2021



Good morning To all:

Just wanted to remined all of my students and parents as well, that all past due asigments  will need to be posted by Feb 12, 20121.  Right now if you look into infinite campus missing asigments are showen under a M, this will turn into a 0%, after Feb. 13, 2021. 
 

Secondary Spanish

Ms. Vega

My name is Rosa Vega this will be my second year teaching at Vanguard. I am originally from Puerto Rico. I have both a bachelor's degree in ESl and a Masters on Mental Health Counseling. I am very happy and excited to be back serving our young and diverse population. At Vanguard I feel that I have not only found a place of work, but also a place I can call a home.

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