Welcome to NCVPS ESPAÑOL 3 Honors!
WEEK 1, June 19-23
With Sra. Beverly Aguirre
You are receiving this newsletter because you are listed as the ELA or parent/guardian of a student that I am currently teaching in Spanish 3 this summer. I'm excited for this summer semester and the opportunity to work with you/your student to help him/her grow more proficient in the Spanish language, improve his/her cultural competence and global understanding!
**Please read this entire welcome flyer and let me know if you have any questions (see contact info. below).**
If you feel that you have received this message in error, please let me know and I'll remove you from my listserv. I got this email address and your contact information from the NCVPS Registration System. If it's not up-to-date and/or there are additional contacts/information, please let me know that too.
**PLEASE NOTE: THE COURSE OFFICIALLY STARTED TODAY, MONDAY, JUNE 19TH. STUDENTS SHOULD SPEND AT LEAST 2-3 HOURS IN THE COURSE EVERY DAY (Monday-Friday) SINCE THIS IS A FAST-PACED SUMMER COURSE (COMBINING 18 WEEKS INTO 8).**
CLICK HERE to get the SPANISH 3 SCHEDULE OF ASSIGNMENTS for the entire semester for Spanish 3. Students need to print out the Schedule of Assignments, read it carefully, sign it, have a parent sign it, take a snapshot of the signatures and submit it as an assignment. CLICK HERE for the SPANISH 3 COURSE SYLLABUS and PACING GUIDE.
For a better understanding of your student's SPANISH 3 course CLICK HERE for the SPANISH DEPARTMENT GUIDELINES. Next, CLICK HERE for NCVPS STUDENT-PARENT HANDBOOK. Last, CLICK HERE for the SPANISH LATE WORK GUIDELINES.
This week we are working on two units: Getting Started Unit where students work on assignments and learn how to navigate through Moodle and Unit 1, a review of Spanish 2.
COMPLETING ASSIGNMENTS AND WORKING AHEAD IN THE CLASS!
WHAT IS AN RLC?
Students need to make sure that he/she puts first and last name when entering the session. Attendance is taken for the session and there is an assignment to complete after attending the session. Each session lasts about an hour.
Students will attend a total of 6 sessions during the semester.
- Getting Started
- Unit 1
- Unit 2/3
- Unit 4/5
- Unit 6/7
- Unit 8/Final Project
I strongly encourage students to attend the Required Live Classes (RLC), but if a student is unable to attend one of the Required Live Classes, please have the student contact me in order to develop a plan to make up the Required Live Class assignment.
I will be teaching my RLC for Getting Started unit tonight, Monday, June 19 @ 8pm. In addition, I will be teaching my RLC for Unit 1 Thursday night, June 22 @ 8pm.
HOW ARE GRADES CALCULATED?
Signing up as a Parent Observer in Canvas
CLICK HERE for the step-by-step details to sign up as a Canvas Observer in our class! We would love to have you in our class!
Please feel free to contact me!