Unifying your department?

Check out which units are available for Spanish, French, German, Arabic and English.

These have Unit Overviews, Objective Sheets, Assessments, and Experiences/Homework. 

Our goal is to have these core units in all 5 languages by May 2020.

Arabic / English / French / German / Spanish

Arabic / French / German / Spanish

Arabic / English / French / German / Spanish

 English / Spanish

Spanish

 French / German / Spanish

Arabic / English / French / German / Spanish

Arabic / English / French / German / Spanish

Arabic / English / French / German / Spanish

 French / German / Spanish

English / French / German / Spanish

 Spanish

Arabic / English / French / German / Spanish

Arabic / English / French / German / Spanish

Arabic / English / French / German / Spanish

Spanish

Spanish

German / Spanish

English / French / German / Spanish

 Spanish

Spanish

 English / French / German / Spanish

Here are two suggested Scope & Sequence options based on the AdiósTextbook units in Spanish. These show our big plan, and what we are working on for future units. This will change and be updated as the AdiósTextbook curriculum expands.

Adjust this to fit your unique situation – number of teaching days, length of class, testing days, days off, etc. Move them around and mix them with your own favorite units! Create a culture-based curriculum that you and your students love.

HIGH SCHOOL OPTION

This is a suggested order and alignment that could be used for a full-time program (Spanish 1, Spanish 2, Spanish 3). The blanks are areas that we are still developing so you can fill in with your own favorite unit at this time.

MIDDLE SCHOOL OPTION

This is a suggested order that could be used in a 3-year middle school program. This takes a slightly slower pace to develop the skills since many middle school programs are part-time and/or shorter class lengths.

When are we adding more?

This is a tentative schedule of what we will work on each month.  During that time we will update old lessons, add more resources, and start lessons for French, German and Arabic. We picked these units because it can cover a 3-year span. You do not have to use them in this order of course. It’s always a process of create and refine, but we hope this helps you know what we are doing!