Progressive Nouns and Contractions Elementary by kgj11073


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									Spanish 1 Study Guide
Teacher website: Handouts for each chapter are on the Spanish class website. Go to / Click on the name of your elementary school / Click on Ms. Walker / Click
on your grade.
Textbook: ¡Buen viaje! California Edition Level 1 / ISBN 0-07-860979-8
Textbook website: Textbook reviews, practices and enrichment opportunities are at
Introduction (pages 1-11)
Vocabulary: Greetings / Titles / Good-byes / Simple courtesies / Days of the week /
Months of the year / Numbers to 30 / Seasons
Chapter 1: Un amigo o una amiga (pages 12-40)
Vocabulary: Identifying a person or thing / Describing a person / Identifying
nationalities / Questions: ¿Quién? ¿Qué? ¿Cómo? ¿De dónde? ¿De qué
nationalidad? ¿no? / Expressing degrees
Grammar: Word order for questions / Word order for negative sentences / Articles: el,
la, un, una / Gender of nouns / Making nouns and adjectives plural / Noun and
adjective agreement / Position of adjectives in a sentence / Subject pronouns / The
verb ser in the present tense
Chapter 2: Alumnos y cursos (pages 42-72)
Vocabulary: Identifying school words and subjects / Describing teachers and courses /
Identifying nationalities / Questions: ¿Quiénes son? ¿Qué son? ¿Cómo son? /
Identifying numbers to 1000
Grammar: Telling time
Chapter 3: Las compras para la escuela (pages 74-100)
Vocabulary: Identifying colors / Identifying school supplies / Describing clothes /
Grammar: Present tense verb endings for -ar verbs / When to use tú and Ud.
Chapter 4: En la escuela (pages 102-132)
Vocabulary: Getting to school / Identifying classroom objects / Discussing classroom
activities / Discussing the Spanish Club / Identifying numbers in the thousands and
Grammar: The verbs ir, dar, estar in the present tense / The contractions al and del /
The personal a
Chapter 5: En el café (pages 140-166)
Vocabulary: Café words / Identifying snacks and beverages / Shopping for food /
Identifying foods and meals
Grammar: Present tense endings for –er and –ir verbs
Chapter 6: La familia y su casa (pages 168-198)
Vocabulary: Identifying family members / Talking about family events / Identifying
rooms of the house / Talking about a home / Discussing some home activities
Grammar: The verb tener in the present tense / Tener que / Ir a / Possessive adjectives
Chapter 7: Deportes de equipo (pages 200-230)
Vocabulary: Identifying sports / Describing a sports event / Describing a football game
/ Describing a baseball game / Describing a basketball game / Expressing likes and
dislikes / Identifying some parts of the body
Grammar: Stem-changing verbs e to ie in the present tense / Stem-changing verbs o
to ue in the present / Sentence structure for interesar, aburrir, gustar
Chapter 8: La salud y el médico (pages 240-270)
Vocabulary: Describing minor health problems / Speaking with the doctor / Describing
some emotions / Identifying parts of the body / Speaking with a pharmacist
Grammar: How to use the verbs ser and estar / Object pronouns me, te, nos
Chapter 9: El verano y el invierno (pages 272-302)
Vocabulary: Describing the beach / Describing the summer weather / Identifying
beach gear / Describing summer and beach activities / Describing a tennis game /
Describing a ski resort / Identifying ski gear / Describing winter activities / Describing
winter weather
Grammar: Verb endings for –ar verbs in the preterite tense / Spelling changes for verbs
ending in –car, -gar and –zar in the yo form / Direct object pronouns lo, la, los, las / Ir
and ser in the preterite
Chapter 10: Diversions culturales (pages 304-332)
Vocabulary: Discussing a movie theater / Describing a museum visit / Describing a
play / Describing cultural events and activities / Discussing transportation
Grammar: Verb endings for –er and –ir verbs in the preterite / dar and ver in the
preterite / indirect object pronouns le, les
Chapter 11: Un viaje en avión (pages 334-362)
Vocabulary: Airport departure / Airport arrival / Identifying airline personnel /
Describing airport activities
Grammar: The verbs hacer, poner, traer and salir in the present tense / The present
progressive tense / Saber and conocer in the present tense / When to use saber and
Chapter 12: Una gira (pages 372-400)
Vocabulary: Expressing daily activities / Identifying articles for grooming and hygiene /
Identifying more breakfast foods / Describing backpacking
Grammar: Reflexive verbs and pronouns / Stem-changing reflexive verbs o to ue and e
to ie

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