Second Year > Spanlang 11 Progress Card: Interpersonal Objectives

Below is a list of goals for Spanish 11 student progress in interpersonal language. Use this checklist as your "Progress Card" to track your development in Spanish. As you learn to do each item, note your confidence level in performing each task. You will want to practice and review these objectives repeatedly on your own, with your native-speaking conversation partner, and with your instructor.

Download a printable version of the entire Progress Card with interpersonal, intrepretive and presentational objectives.

Language Learning Objectives: Click on an objective for a list of key phrases to learn See text pages Examples in context (text, audio and video samples) Your confidence level: 1 (low) to 5 (high)
I can discuss my...
    opinions Ch. 2 video: Las súper mamás  

    views of events

Ch. 3

text and audio files: Rigoberta Menchú

    hopes   text: lyrics of "Color esperanza" by Diego Torres

    fears Ch. 2    
    doubts Ch. 1    
I can...
exchange information about my content area of focus (culture, international relations, etc.)

Ch. 1

Ch. 1
use and usted appropriately      
address other Spanish-speakers appropriately according to their age, position or title, or according to other social rules>      
use formal or informal language with other Spanish-speakers according to their age and how well I know them      
I can communicate...
I can...
clarify and restate information      
listen to and imitate how others speak   video: Reading of Pablo Neruda's "El poema 20"  
seek support and feedback from others      
self-monitor and evaluate my language development      
correspond with friends (and family members)      
I can correspond with an individual or agency to request information, for instance:
write to a local consulate to request tourist information      
write to a news service, Web site or news group to request information an a social or political event      
exchange information about my content area of focus (culture, international relations, etc.) using the Internet      
often correct myself when speaking      
respond to the work of my peers