¡Qué Casualidad! Español 2 Cuaderno de Cuarto 1 Nombre Notebook Directions

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¡Qué Casualidad!
Español 2

Cuaderno de

Cuarto 1

Notebook Directions
You will keep an organized notebook for this class. A 1 inch, 3-ring binder with pockets is ideal. Also, one with a cover you can insert a cover page into is good too. You must have 10 dividers for your notebook that you can label. The workbook pages are 10 points per page for pages completely filled in and checked in class. You must keep up on homework. Your notebook will be organized as follows:
Front: Intro* (Workbook pages, goal sheet, standards)

of tab 1
Tab 1: Participation (Internet/Busquedas/Current Events/Anuncios)

Tab 2: Notes (Workbook pages, vocab and grammar activities)
Tab 3: Novel (Don Quixote, El Viaje, Propio Auto, Eduardo)
Tab 4: Geography (Spain, Mexico, Central Am., South America)

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These are not removed until the end of the year:
Tab 5: Freewrites (Lined paper)

Tab 6: Reading Log (Workbook pages)

Tab 7: Video (Workbook pages)

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These are removed for conferences:
Tab 8: Tarea (Daily work/homework)
Tab 9: Assessments (Tests, quizzes, projects)

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Tab 10. Papel (Extra Plain lined paper)
End of quarter is the only time you will remove items from your notebook. Everything you get back will go in your notebook!
¡This is a table of contents and should go in the very front of your notebook!★

Nombre en español ________________________________ Español 2

Hora ____ Fecha (día/mes/año) ______________________
Please answer as many questions as you are comfortable answering. I will not share the answers to these questions with anyone without your consent.

1) What is your date of birth? (M/D/Y) ___________________________

Your city & state of birth? __________________________________

2) Parents’ or guardians’ first and last names, and relationship to you if not parent(s).

3) Do you have siblings? Yes / No If so, please list first names and ages. _______________________________________________________________________________


4) If I have to call home with a positive report, to whom should I speak? ___________________

e-mail _______________________________________ phone:______________________________

5) If I have to call home with a negative report, to whom should I speak? ___________________

e-mail _______________________________________ phone:______________________________

6) What language(s) are spoken in your home? _________________________________________
7) Are you new to Carlisle? Y / N If so, where were you before? ____________________
8) What are your hobbies and/or interests? ____________________________________________


9 List any activities in which you are involved or plan to be involved at Carlisle (i.e. clubs,

sports, musical groups, etc.) _____________________________________________________

10) Would you be interested in joining the Spanish Club? Yes / No
11) List any activities in which you are involved or plan to be involved outside of Carlisle (i.e.

church groups, sports, musical groups, etc.) and when you participate in these activities



12) Do you have a job? Yes / No How many hours a week do you work? _____
13) How many minutes per day is reasonable to spend for you to spend studying Spanish? _____
14) What grade would you like to earn in Spanish 2? _____ What do you plan to do this year to

ensure that you earn that grade? _________________________________________________


What can Senora Campbell do to help you earn that grade? ___________________________

16) Check all that apply to you:

____ I’ve taken Spanish 1 at Carlisle and struggled first semester only.

____ I’ve taken Spanish 1 at Carlisle and struggled second semester only.

____ I’ve taken Spanish 1 at Carlisle and struggled both semesters.

____ I failed Spanish 1 last year—you must see Senora Campbell!

____ I have a computer at home with internet.

17) What circumstances motivated you to enroll in Spanish 2? (Why are you here?)What do you like about Spanish?


18) Check one:

____ I want to have a thorough understanding of how the Spanish language works and why.

____ I want to be able to have a basic conversation with someone.

19) What are your plans after high school?


Do not write below this line!!

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Teacher/Parent Contact Log

Fecha Resumen Tipo

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P = Phone VM = Voice Mail PR = Progress Report E = E-mail

xpectations for Spanish 2, 3, 4

The following is information you will need to succeed in this classroom. You will be asked to sign a performance contract that will be kept on file for the year. The bulleted items are possible consequences. Please initial each paragraph on the line when you have read each section.

_____Class Preparation

Class preparation includes bringing your notebook and a writing utensil EVERY DAY!

  • Use a free pass to go to locker and get materials.

  • Make up 15 minutes at the end of the day.

Be on Time

  • Use a free pass if less than one minute late or out of your seat when the bell rings.

  • Take a tardy.


_____Participation is twenty (20%) of your grade.

Part of this 20% is based on what you do with your time in class. Repeat vocabulary and take an active role in the class. Each quarter, class participation is worth 100 points. You will start with 70 points. Each time you are not participating in class , you will lose 5 participation points. This is an observation grade made by me. You will have to earn the other 30 points by reading in class and volunteering, worth 5 points each time.
_____Another part of the 20% is based on bell work (VÁMONOS). When you come into class each day, there will be a short 2 pt. activity on the board that you are to start working on immediately. It can be made up before or after school.

Your grades are based on the number of points you earn for the quarter. Points are received for homework, tests/projects, quizzes, and participation. The grading scale will be as follows:

97-100 A+ 93-96 A 90-92 A- 87-89 B+ 83-86 B 80-82 B-

77-79 C+ 73-76 C 70-72 C- 67-69 D+ 63-66 D 60-62 D-Participation=20% Tests/Projects=30% *Quizzes=30% Homework=20%

______*Quizzes may be retaken for up to one week after the original date as many times as you want.


Activities in the workbook are 10 points per page, worksheets have varying point totals. NO LATE WORK IS ACCEPTED WITHOUT A LATE PASS.

Homework coupons (mouse) are worth 10 points each. You do not need to do the assignment; you turn them in instead of an assignment. These may also be used as 2 free points on a test or quiz.

  • Use a FREE homework coupon to get 10 points toward assignments.

  • Graded assignments are accepted up to a week late with a late pass for full credit.

Olés (Garfield) are worth one point each on a test/quiz or 3 of them can be traded for a free homework pass.

Extra Credit: Offered a couple times per semester.
_____Make Up Work

It is almost impossible to make up what you miss in class. Every time you miss class, you will be behind! It is your responsibility to find out what you missed when you were absent. You will have 2 days for each day absent to turn in work. Assignments are posted on the board for the entire week. You can always look ahead. ISS and OSS students must get work before school and hand in on time!! Use the website!!

_____Test and Quizzes

All quizzes may be retaken up to one week after the original test date. You must come in on your own time, either before or after school. You may retake the quiz as many times as you need to, in order to get the grade you want. If I suspect you are cheating (ie: trying to memorize answers) you will lose this privilege. Missed test must be made up within a week of absence.
_____Free Passes

You will recieve 6 free passes each semester which may be used for the following:

  • Restroom visit/ drink of water during class.

  • Locker trips after the bell rings to get materials or assignments.

  • Not being in your seat when the bell rings or leaving your seat during class.

  • Disruptions of class that earn you a detention--each pass will forgive 15 minutes.

  • Homework less than a week late. Staple to the work when finished for full credit.

**BONUS: You will receive points on the final for each pass you keep the whole semester.

Obviously you need to bring your notebook and writing utensil every day. The following extra supplies are needed for Spanish:

  • 11/2 inch, three-ring binder with 10 dividers for workbook. NO SPIRALS!!

  • One package of college-ruled paper to go in your binder-- no work on spiral paper!!

  • One package of markers, colored pencils, crayons, Kleenex, glue, scissors to be left in class. Your class will be assigned a certain item.

  • A Spanish-English dictionary. Merriam-Webster is my favorite, Larousse is good too.

  • Pencil pouch to go in binder and 5 red ink pens.

_____Classroom Detentions

*If there is as problem with a substitute teacher, there will be a penalty of at least three 30 minute detentions.*

*Detentions will be 30 minutes in length and can be served “tonight, tomorrow morning or tomorrow night”. All detentions get a note sent home and a copy put in your permanent file. If you are removed from class, you serve an hour detention with me aside from the office punishment. Disrespect, swearing, and vandalism earn detentions.
_____CHEATING/ Translators

Translators are the work of someone else and not your own work. Any use of a translator results in a zero and a disciplinary referral for cheating!!

  • 1st offense: Receive a zero on a test/quiz and parents and principal are informed as per the handbook.

  • 2nd: Dropped from the class and receive an “F” as per the handbook. This is particularly important as students will have to wait a full year to re-enroll, not a semester, and cannot get 4 years of Spanish.

_____GRADES at semester

You must pass the cemester and the final exam to go on to the next semester.
¡Buena Suerte!

ESPAÑOL with Señora Campbell

Carlisle High School

You will be acquiring Spanish this year in some fun yet very effective ways. Our central goal is COMMUNICATION in the Spanish language. We will also explore Spanish-speaking cultures and make cultural and linguistic comparisons with our own. Connections with other subjects (geography, social studies, etc.) will be made through the language throughout the year. We will also explore opportunities to use the Spanish language outside the classroom in a larger community.

How will we learn in this class?

We will use many fun and interesting strategies to acquire the Spanish language. In the beginning I will often give you commands and you will respond by physically doing something.  It's a lot like how you learned your native language when your parents told you what to do when you were very little:  "Come here.  Sit down.  Eat your peas. Don't hit your sister.”

Research on how we learn has proven that we remember better and longer what we have actually experienced physically. Gesturing and acting out commands will help you acquire the language more quickly. Another very powerful way to acquire language (also supported by research) is through stories.

We will create and even act out stories in class to work with new vocabulary. Often the stories will be silly, improbable, crazy or bizarre. This serves two purposes: 1) to maintain focus while communicating in the language & 2) to aid long-term memory. We use props and movement to make it easy for you to understand at all times. I prefer to laugh a lot in class and I hope that you do as well because we tend to have a lot of fun in class.
Why isn't Spanish like some of my other high school classes?
Spanish, like any language, is a
skill.  This is not a class where you can learn material for a test and then forget it.  Acquiring a language is like learning how to ride a bike or learning how to swim.  It's a skill you build gradually, use and remember a long time.  Because in order to communicate successfully in Spanish you will need to continually know vocabulary, you may be tested over any vocabulary acquired in class at any time during the year. Sometimes this class will resemble an elementary classroom. This is desirable since we are working on acquiring a new language. How did you ACQUIRE your first language? It’s almost as though you are a “baby” in new the language but your vocabulary will grow quickly.

To have a great participation grade, work on the items in the positive column. If you do any of the things in the negative column, your participation grade will be lowered. You earn points by volunteering and reading in class.

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