LAN2300: Spanish II

05/01/2023 to 04/30/2024 • Modified 06/08/2023

Course Description

This year-long course builds on the fundamental language elements taught in Spanish I. The focus is on the four language skills, which are reading, writing, speaking, and listening in the target language. Through this course, students will broaden their knowledge of Spanish grammatical structures and vocabulary, allowing them to freely communicate ideas using various tenses. Students are introduced to native aspects of Spanish-speaking cultures, which allow connections to be made with their own culture. Throughout this course, students examine Scripture in Spanish as they learn about different biblical topics related to adolescents.

Prerequisite

Spanish I

Schedule

Module 1: Review

  • Week 1: Regular Verbs Review
  • Week 2: Ser and Estar Review
  • Week 3: Question Words Review
  • Week 4: Present Progressive Review

Module 2: Expressions & Activities

  • Week 5: Verb Ir
  • Week 6: Affirmatives and Negatives
  • Week 7: Verb Tener
  • Week 8: Stem-changing Verbs

Module 3: My Routine

  • Week 9: Saber vs Conocer
  • Week 10: Reflexive Verbs
  • Week 11: Reflexive Verbs Review

Module 4: Yesterday and Today

  • Week 12: Demonstratives Review
  • Week 13: Preterit of Reflexive Verbs
  • Week 14: Shopping Vocabulary
  • Week 15: Letter and Sound Combinations

Module 5: Day to Day

  • Week 16: Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns
  • Week 17: Imperative Mood
  • Week 18: Final Project and Exam

Module 6: Events and Actions

  • Week 19: Preterit Verbs Part 1
  • Week 20: Preterit Verbs Part 2
  • Week 21: Preterit Tense vs Imperfect Tense
  • Week 22: Imperfect Tense

Module 7: Outside of the Home

  • Week 23: Subjunctive Form Part 1
  • Week 24: Subjunctive Form Part 2
  • Week 25: Subjunctive Form Part 3

Module 8: All about the Imperative Mood

  • Week 26: Introduction to Commands
  • Week 27: Commands with Tú
  • Week 28: Formal Commands
  • Week 29: Review of Commands

Module 9: Health and Body 

  • Week 30: Questions with Cómo
  • Week 31: Reciprocal Reflexives
  • Week 32: Verbs like Gustar
  • Week 33: Adverbial Expressions

Module 10: Final Review

  • Week 34: Review of Tenses
  • Week 35: Review of Grammatical Concepts
  • Week 36: Final Project and Exam

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