Eric Ortiz

Spanish I and II
Head Coach Boys Cross Country & Girls Track&Field
Clarksville High School
E-mail: eric.ortiz@cmcss.net
Phone: (931) 648-5690

About Me

Bienvenidos, Prior to working as a language educator I served in the United States Army for 28 years and retired as a Sergeant Major. While in the military I joined the Troops to Teachers program to pursue my life dream of teaching. I completed my teaching certificate at APSU and I have a professional teaching license from the State of Tennessee. I hold a bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Saint Martin's, WA. I have been married over thirty years to my lovely wife Linette and we have three adult children and two grandchildren. I'm excited to be a part of the Wildcats team and looking forward to meeting you. Hasta Luego!


Project Rubric

1. Name of month (1) _____

2. Days of the week beginning with Monday (8) ____

3. Numbers written as numerals (1) _____

4. Numbers written in words (15 - 1/2 point each)

5. Holidays (2) _____

6. Birthdays in correct form (2) _____

7. Sentence describing season (2) _____

8. Illustration describing season (1) _____

9. Sentence describing weather (2) _____

10. Illustration describing weather (1) _____

11. Three “I like” sentences (6) _____

12. Overall neatness (4) _____

13. Bonus points for extra creativity/effort _____

14. Minus points for messy, poor quality, or late _____

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Tutoring available on Tuesday and Wednesday from 2:30 to 3:30.
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Academic standards, chosen by the Tennessee State Board of Education, provide a common set of expectations for what students should know and be able to do at the end of a specific grade or course. Local school districts determine the order in which these state-mandated standards are addressed in their schools. For a breakdown of standard pacing and course objectives for Spanish 1 students in the Clarksville Montgomery County School System, please visit the Curriculum Navigator on the CMCSS homepage found at: http://curriculum.cmcss.net/public/index.aspx

It is the policy of the Clarksville Montgomery County School System to follow the dictates of state statues in the selection and use of all instructional materials. Parents or legal guardians may request to review any instructional materials used in the classroom of the parent or legal guardian’s child following the guideline set forth in Instructional Policy INS-A073 found at: http://www.cmcss.net/departments/instruction/departmentforms.aspx

The charts below outlines the units of study for Spanish 1 & 2 and possible major assignments or field trips that could be used to enhance student learning or solidify mastery of standards in each unit. This chart is not inclusive of every assignment for Spanish 1, as additional or different assignments may be created based on the needs of students. Specific details for major assignments will be shared with students and parents or legal guardians as the standards related to the assignments are addressed in class.

Spanish 1

Unit Topic

Pre ¡Hola!

1 Un rato con los amigos

2 ¡Vamos a la escuela!

3 Comer en familia

4 Bienvenido a nuestra casa

5 En el centro

6 Manterner un cuerpo sano

7 ¡Una semana fenomenal!

8 Una rutina differente

Spanish 2

Unit

Preliminar

Mis Amigos y Yo

Saying who you are

Ser vs estar/ tener/ ir+a

Unidad 1

Nuevos Lugares

Going on a trip/On Vacation

DOP/ IOP/ preterite

Unidad 2

Somos Saludables

Sports and Health/Daily Routines

Preterite/ reflexive verbs

Unidad 3

Vamos de Compras

Clothes and Shopping/At the Market

Present tense of irregular yo/preterite stem change

Unidad 4

Cultura Antigua, Ciudad Moderna

Legends and stories/Past and Present

Imperfect/ Preterite vs Imperfect

Unidad 5

A Comer

Preparing and describing food/Ordering in a restuarant

Formal Commands

Unidad 6

¿Te gusta el cine?

Making Movies/ Invitation to a premiere

Informal Commands/ Subjunctive

Unidad 7

Soy Periodista

The newspaper/family and relationships

Por vs para/ subjunctive

Unidad 8

Nuestro Futuro

The environment and conservation/Careers

Impersonal Expressions/ future tense


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Classroom Expectations

1.  Be on time and prepared for class.

2.  Do nothing that interrupts me from teaching.

3.  Do nothing that disrupts you from learning.

4.  Do nothing that distracts you from learning.

5.  Participate in all activities.

6.  Ask questions when you do not understand.

7.  Respect all school/classroom rules, procedures and expectations.

8.  Try and have fun.

9.  If you don't have anything nice to say, remain quiet.

10.  Listen with the intent to understand.

11.  One person speaks and the others listen.

12.  Suggest cute gestures (During TPRS).

13.  Tell the teacher when I am not being clear (Follow proper procedure).

14.  Sit up…Squared shoulders…Clear eyes

15.  Do your 50% P-A-R-T (Participate, Ask, Respect, Try).

16.  Actors- synchronizes your actions with my words. Nothing on desks unless told otherwise



Spanish 1 Syllabus
Spanish assignment
Spanish 2 Syllabus
Spanish 1 & 2
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