Spanish Language Arts
Spanish language arts is an integral part of Spanish bilingual programming. The Spanish Language Arts Grades 6, 7, 8 & 9 Program of Studies reflects the breadth of Spanish bilingual programming by providing outcomes for learning language and culture. At Robert Warren School we integrate Spanish language into Math, Physical Education, Special Events and our daily interactions.
Below is information pertaining to a Spanish for Parents – Level 1 course for fall 2018. This course targets parents of bilingual students.
You will note the training will be held at Dr. E.P. Scarlet High School. Shari Goodfellow, the School Principal at Dr. E.P. Scarlet, is supportive and excited about being the host school.
The information is also posted on our website. If you wish to include the link in your parent newsletter it can be found at Languages for Parents.
Feel free to contact me directly if you have any questions.
Have a wonderful day!
Franca L. Best t | 403-777-7575 ext. 2513
Program Development Supervisor, Chinook Learning Services
Calgary Board of Education | www.ChinookLearningServices.com
Spanish for Parents – Level 1
Course code: 95556 Course Fee: $249
7 classes; Thursday; October 18, 25, November 8, 15, 22, 29, December 6; 6:15 pm– 8:30 pm
Teacher/Instructor: Carmen Davalos
Dr. E.P. Scarlet High School – 220 Canterbury Drive SW
Min 9 Max 20
Learning Spanish can be both easy and fun. This beginning level course will help parents of bilingual Spanish students learn or refresh their Spanish language skills. Parents will become more comfortable interacting with their children in Spanish, build their network of bilingual parents and become familiar with the school environment. Includes a textbook and CD.
Upon the completion of this course you will have fun singing and playing with your child in Spanish.
Courses are tailored to meet participant needs. Course topics may include, but are not limited to:
· Greetings: different ways to say “Hello” and “Good Bye” (Buenos días, Buenas tardes, Buenas noches, Hola; Hasta luego, Hasta mañana, Hasta la vista, Chau)
· Introducing yourself (Llamarse: Yo me llamo Juan.)
· The alphabet: pronunciation of vowels and diphthongs
· Vocabulary: home and school
· Personal pronouns (Yo, Tú...)
· Verb SER: Identification and personal information (Soy María, Mi teléfono es….); origin and nationality (Soy canadiense, ella es de Calgary).
· Verb ESTAR: For localization (Marcela está en la clase. Yo estoy en Madrid.) Temporary feelings (estar bien, contento, enfermo, etc.) Vocabulary: people, places, things
· Various simple commands (Ven, Abre, Cierra, etc)
· Definite and indefinite articles: singular and plural
· Agreement between nouns and adjectives in gender and number
· The form HAY (there is, there are)
· Numbers from 0 - 20
· Variety of songs and interactive games to sing and share with children, using the words from lessons 1 and 2.
· Cultural aspects integrated into all classes.
To register call Chinook Learning Services at 403-777-7224 or visit www.chinooklearningservices.co...