ELEMENTARY SPANISH CURRICULUM PROJECT
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Subjects (Day Curriculum, ISD 709)
 (Last Updated: Sept 2, 2007)

Kindergarten
 Reading: Student Names, Colors
 Science: Sorting, Touch
 Math: Numbers
First Grade (updated July 1, 2005)
 Reading: Maps, Cultural Diversity
 Science: Animals, Seasons, Senses (Sounds)
 Math: Numeration, Addition
 Language Arts: Simple Conversation, Colors, Clothing, Alphabet (covered in kindergarten, in English)
Second Grade
 Science: Dinosaurs, Plants
 Math: Addition, Subtraction, Time (covered in First Grade, in English), Patterns, Graphing; (to be added after the project has been ongoing and students come in with a knowledge of numbers in Spanish: Counting
by Tens, Double Digit Addition, Double Digit Subtraction, Geometry, Multiplication)
 Social Studies: Geography, Family Ties, Mexico, Traditions
Third Grade
 Reading and Literature:
 Students will listen to literature
 Students will recall sequences
 Students will correctly use antonyms/synonyms
 Science: Animals, Planets, Water
 Math: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication
 Students will work with counting and grouping
 Students will identify patterns in numbers
 Students will ...represent ...data with ... line plots
Fourth Grade
 Reading and Literature
 Students will compose various pieces of writing (poetry)
 Students will note suffixes
 Math
 Students will explores factors
 Students will do addition and subtraction, multiplication (10), division
 Students will examine and describe patterns in tables/graphs
 Health
 Students will describe characteristics of healthpromoting products [food chart]
 Art
 Students will explore artworks from areas of the world
 Geography
 Students will locate points on a map using latitude and longitude
Fifth Grade
 Reading and Literature
 Students will discuss character traits
 Art
 Students will explore artworks from different parts of the world
 Math
 Students will represent data with tables and graphs
 Students will identify patterns
 Students will be able to distinguish irrelevant/relevant info, express problem in suitable mathematical language, solve real world/math problems
 Students will be able to calculate percentages
 Students will do addition, subtraction, multiplication, division
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Authors: Eileen M. Zeitz
Date: Oct. 14, 2000