Scope and Sequence: Wildcat Spanish 2

I left the textbook behind about 10 years ago but it has taken me a LONG time to come up with just the right content to replace it.  This is my scope and sequence including links to the stores where I purchased some of my units and readers!

I’m still working on getting a Spanish 3 and a Spanish 4 scope and sequence ready but they’re to come!

Spanish 2 scope and sequence

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11 thoughts on “Scope and Sequence: Wildcat Spanish 2”

  1. Very nice! Thanks for sharing. Wish I could make one like this for my K-5 grades. I really like the format of setting goals based on content. Congratulations!

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  2. Carrie,

    I am excited to see I already do a lot of the things on your scope and sequence. How do you get through 20 units in a week? Are some (such as the movie talks) just a couple days long or do you do full units on them for over a week?

    Thanks for sharing so much with us!

  3. Thank you very much for sharing, Could you share your scope and sequence for Spanish I? Thank you again.

    Maria Bjorklund Spanish Teacher Bagley High School Bagley MN 56671

    On Wed, Apr 25, 2018 at 11:03 AM, Somewhere to Share wrote:

    > senoracmt posted: “I left the textbook behind about 10 years ago but it > has taken me a LONG time to come up with just the right content to replace > it. This is my scope and sequence including links to the stores where I > purchased some of my units and readers! I’m still wor” >

    1. Thank you for this very helpful information! I notice that you utilize about 1/2 of the SOMOS i units in level I…and that you then start up with SOMOS 2 in level 2.

      Do you ever cover the remaining SOMOS 1 units? I’m just wondering, as I will be using SOMOS I for the first time during the next school year, and I don’t know if I should plan to cover any SOMOS 1 units that we don’t have time for in the subsequent year.

      Thanks for your advice! =)

      1. I do not add in the extra units! With the readers we use, I’m able to expose them to most of the same structures in a different context! As you build your collection of readers, you may use more units!!

  4. Thanks for the information and links! How long do you typically spend on a story unit? I’m thinking I may be going too slow because I can only get through 9 or 10 units with two readers in one year (50 min classes/ daily/ full year). We’re moving to block next year, so I’m trying to re-calibrate. Thanks again!

    1. I spend a week on a story unit (culture and reader based units are longer). Friday we usually do something movie talk or video related building on the same structures in Spanish 1 and in 2 we do Mi Vida Loca plus a little fun review of the week’s structures for the first three quarters then start Internado in 4th quarter. In level 3-4 we do Internado plus some type of quick week’s unit assessment on Friday.

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