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Saint Andrew's Episcopal School

Sixth Grade Spanish


The primary goal of Sixth Grade Spanish is to enable students to improve their ability to speak, read and write in Spanish.  This will be accomplished through a variety of classroom activities that incorporate a cultural awareness of the more than 25 countries worldwide with significant Spanish-speaking populations.


  • We will learn to conjugate AR, ER and IR verbs.
  • Verbs are conjugated with all the personal pronouns.
  • Definite & indefinite articles, gender agreement, singular and plural forms are used.
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  • Two days each week students will be quizzed on words from their vocabulary list.
  • Cumulative vocabulary tests are given throughout the quarter.
  • In class dialogues reinforces new vocabulary words.


  • Students will take turns presenting projects about Spanish events.
  • We will celebrate certain Spanish holidays and learn about others.


  • Students will be assigned one project per quarter in which they will have an opportunity practice their grammar, pronunciation and vocabulary.

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