Unit 4 : La escuela

Life at School

Can Do Statements



4 -  Awesome: I know this well enough to teach it to someone.

3 -  Really well:  I can do this with almost no mistakes.

2 - Pretty well: I can do much of this but I have questions.

1 - It’s hard:  I can do this only with help.

0 - Help!:  I do not understand this at all, even with help.  

                      How’s it going for you?

I can locate/identify different places on a school map. (interpretive)


I can identify typical characteristics of a secondary student’s school schedule from a Spanish-speaking country: transportation to school, classes, start times, end times, lunch breaks. (interpretive)


I can understand what classes someone has and when by looking at or listening to a class schedule from the target culture. (interpretive)


I can understand opinions about schools, classes and teachers. (interpretive)


I can ask for and give the time. (interpersonal)


I can ask and state (at) what time things happen.


I can ask and answer questions about what classes and teachers I have and what I need for each class. (interpersonal)


I can ask and answer questions about what classes, teachers, activities, or other things I like at my school.  (interpersonal)


I can ask and answer questions about my school schedule, what supplies I need for each class and what I do during and after school. (interpersonal)


I can welcome a newcomer to my school & show him/her around. (presentational)


I can give a description of my classes and my teachers. (presentational)


I can describe my school schedule, what supplies I need for each class and what I do during and after school. (presentational)