Topics in 1st Quarter

Topics covered in the 1st quarter by grade level

Kindergarten

  • Greetings – Respond to greetings, ask how others are/say how you are, and say good bye.
  • Ask name of others – Introduce self and others
  • Recognize and recite expressions of courtesy.
  • Telling age – Tell how old you are and ask someone’s age
  • The body – Identify and name parts of the body.
  • Give one physical attribute of a person. – (alto, bajo, grande, pequeño)
  • Numbers – Recognize and count numbers from 1-10.
  • Shapes – Recognize geometric shapes.
  • Learn the days of the week.

 First grade

  • Greetings – Respond to greetings, ask how others are/say how you are, and say good bye.
  • Ask name of others – Introduce self and others
  • Recognize and recite expressions of courtesy.
  • Telling age – Tell how old you are and ask someone’s age.
  • Date – Tell birthdate, today’s date, and identify holidays using visuals.
  • Identify days of the week – Recite, ask and tell the days of the week; Match days of the week to special classes.
  • Numbers – Recognize and count numbers from 1-100.
  • Colors – Identify and name primary and secondary colors.
  • Talk about school – Identify and name classroom objects and subjects taught in school.

 Second grade

  • Greetings – Write a typical introduction between two people.
  • Ask name of others – Introduce self and others
  • Telling age – Tell how old you are and ask someone’s age
  • Calendar – Tell when someone else’s birthdate is, write today’s date in complete sentences, and identify holidays using visuals.
  • Identify days of the week – Recite, ask and tell the days of the week; Match days of the week to special classes.
  • Numbers – Recognize and count by 2’s and 5’s numbers from 1-100.
  • Talk about school – Identify and name classroom objects and subjects taught in school, and describe what you do in different classes.

Third grade

  • Greetings – Write a typical introduction between two people.
  • Ask basic personal information of others – Introduce another person, and describe two features about them.
  • Telling age – Tell how old someone else is in a complete sentence orally and in writing.
  • Calendar – Write when someone else’s birthdate is, and the date of two favorite holidays in a complete sentence.
  • Identify days of the week – Recite, ask and tell the days of the week; Match days of the week to special classes.
  • Numbers – Count by 2’s, 5’s and in even and odd patterns numbers from 1-100. Practice multiplication tables of numbers 1-10 using
  • Talk about school – Identify the location of classroom objects using prepositions. Describe your favorite subjects taught in school, and describe what you typically do there.

 Fourth grade

  • Greetings – Be exposed to the concept of register, informal and formal
  • Feelings – Describe what you feel in different situations using tener Ask and report how others feel using tener expressions.
  • Telling age – Introduce another person, saying their name and describing them (age, birthdate, and physical end personality characteristics.
  • Calendar – Say where you and others go on certain days of the week using ir and ir a..
  • Numbers – Multiply numbers from 1-100, and categorize results into even and odds.
  • Talk about school –. Identify the location of 5-10 classroom objects using prepositions. Ask and answer questions about to whom something belongs using ¿De quien es/son…?  Describe what you and others do id different classes using the verbs aprender, comprender, leer and

 Fifth grade

  • Greetings – Be exposed to the concept of register, informal and formal Simulate conversations between people of different registers.
  • Feelings – Describe what you and others feel in different situations using tener Ask and report how others feel using tener expressions.
  • Days of the week – Write a short dialogue about where you and others go and are going to go on certain days of the week using ir and ir a..
  • Numbers – Multiply numbers from 1-1000.
  • Talk about school –. Identify the location classroom objects using prepositions. Ask and answer questions about to whom something belongs using ¿De quien es/son…?  Describe what you and others do id different classes using the verbs aprender, comprender, leer and