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.

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