Spanish 3

Students continue to develop their ability in reading, writing, speaking, and understanding Spanish through a systematic review of its structure. Students focus on applying vocabulary in a wider array of situations by learning about the past progressive and subjunctive moods and the present perfect, future, and conditional tenses.

Major Concepts:

  • To effectively communicate in the target language, you must recognize, understand, and apply the correct verb endings to verbs in the present, present progressive, and near future tenses.
  • To effectively communicate in the target language, you must recognize, understand, and apply the correct preterite tense verb endings to refer to activities that happened only once in the past.
  • You can name the “Madre patria” of the Spanish language, identify and locate the Spanish speaking countries on a world map, name their capital cities, and discuss the geography and contributions the countries made to world history.
  • To effectively communicate in the target language, you must recognize, understand, and apply the correct preterite tense verb endings to refer to activities that happened only once in the past.
  • To effectively communicate in the target language, you must recognize, understand, and apply the correct tense, whether preterite or imperfect, and its corresponding verb endings to refer to activities that happened in the past.
  • To effectively communicate in the target language, you must recognize, understand, and apply the correct pronouns and verb endings to describe activities in the passive voice.
  • That to effectively communicate in the target language, you must recognize, understand, and apply the correct verb endings to describe activities in that will occur in the future tense.
  • That to effectively communicate in the target language, you must recognize, understand, and describe activities that may occur by using the correct verb endings for regular and irregular verbs in the Conditional Tense.
  • That to effectively communicate in the target language, you must recognize, understand, form, and use positive and negative commands in written and verbal expression.

S.No. Fee Component Amount (USD) Description
1 Subject Fee $ 400 To be paid by the student at the time of Registration.
2 Examination Fee $ 100 To be paid within 3 months of Registration.

Grade Level

Grade 9 - 12

Duration

Annual

Requirements

None

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