/
Blogger 1
Isabel Mendoza nació en Cali (Colombia) una ciudad famosa por la alegría y el ambiente festivo de sus ciudadanos. Los colombianos llaman a Cali “la sucursal del cielo” y una de las mayores atracciones turísticas de...
Blogger 2
Anne Smieszny Silva is from Cincinnati, Ohio, where she was a synchronized swimmer for eight years. She began learning Spanish in middle school. She earned Bachelor’s degrees with Honors from the Ohio State...
Blogger 3
Patricia Acosta is from San Juan, Puerto Rico, where at age 8 she began to show her passion for education by teaching math to her (often unwilling) friends, classmates, neighbors and pets with the help...
Blogger 4
Mario A. Nuñez loves Madrid… and when in Madrid, he does what the Madrileños do…eat tapas “con locura”! Somehow he also finds time to go to the museums and cultural sites…
Blogger 5
Angela Padron is originally from Freehold, New Jersey where she grew up in a bicultural household. She had the best of both worlds learning about her mother’s English heritage and her father’s...
Blogger 6
María Treviño loves to travel. Visiting Spanish-speaking countries brings her greatest satisfaction. It’s impossible for her to choose one location as each city has its own special attraction. She loves to...
Blogger 7
Evelyn Silva nació en la pequeña y hermosa ciudad de Cienfuegos, situada en el centro-sur de la isla de Cuba. Amante del olor del mar y del sonido de las olas al chocar con los muros, Evelyn emigró a...
/

Every year, Americans around the nation get together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th through October 15th. The contributions Hispanic Americans have made to the United States are endless and inspiring, and they have had a profound and positive impact on our county.

Spanish Programs Enrichment Series: Assess your Spanish Program - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

By Spanish Classroom 1448 Views Leave a comment Go to comments
Nov 11

SPE Series

Maria J. Treviño

There are two boxes preceding each statement.  Using the first column of boxes, place a checkmark on the boxes that reflect the Spanish program currently offered in your school/district. Using the second column of boxes, place a checkmark on the boxes that reflect the Spanish program you want to offer in your school/district. 

 

☐   ☐  1.   There is a total Spanish language immersion program in the district elementary

                schools/my elementary school (all courses are taught in Spanish).

 

☐   ☐  2.   There is a partial immersion program (a percentage of the courses are taught in  

                Spanish and/or a dual language immersion program (about 50% of the courses are  

                taught in Spanish) in the district elementary schools/my elementary school.

 

☐   ☐  3.   Spanish 1 is offered in the district middle schools/my middle school.

 

☐   ☐  4.   Spanish 1 & 2 are offered in the district middle schools/my middle school.

 

☐   ☐  5.   A Spanish for Spanish-speakers Advanced Placement Language program is offered

                in the district middle schools/my middle school (usually a Spanish 4 high school course).

 

☐   ☐  6.   A Spanish 1 - 2 sequence is offered in the district high schools/my high school.

 

☐   ☐  7.   Spanish 1 - 2 - 3 sequence is offered in the district high schools/my high school.

 

☐   ☐  8.   Spanish 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 sequence is offered in the district high schools/my high school.

 

☐   ☐  9.   Spanish honors courses are offered in the district high schools/my high school in one

                or more levels (program for students who can grasp language concepts and develop

                proficiency at a more rapid pace, but district can determine own criteria).

 

☐   ☐ 10.   Spanish Advanced Placement Courses are offered in the district high schools/my

                 high school (College Board courses/students receive college credit).

 

☐   ☐ 11.   Courses for Spanish-speakers are offered in high school in one or more levels

                (students have a variety of skills in Spanish whether speaking, comprehension,

                reading and/or writing – more language skills than non Spanish-speakers).

 

☐   ☐ 12.   There is a language instructional specialist at the central office to support Spanish

                 teachers with curriculum development and staff development.

 

☐   ☐ 13.   Credit by examinations are available for students to advance/skip levels of Spanish.

 

☐   ☐ 14.   Funding is available for teacher/student materials.

 

☐   ☐ 15.   Students in Spanish-class have access to technology (computers, language labs, iPADsetc.).

 

During this next school year, you will read about the different Spanish programs mentioned above.

To download and print click here.

Share and Enjoy
This month on Spanish Classroom

Every year, Americans around the nation get together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th through October 15th. The contributions Hispanic Americans have made to the United States are endless and inspiring, and they have had a profound and positive impact on our county.

Recent Posts
LET'S GET SOCIAL