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    Bienvenidos a la clase de español con la Sra. Nsek
     
    ¡Bienvenidos Estudiantes!
     
    Welcome back to the 2023-2024 school year.  On our first day back we will be on our late start schedule ( 9:25 start time) !!!!! Please see the bell schedule below.
     
    - Sra.Nsek 
     

    CHHS Bell Schedule 2023-2024

    Regular Day

    Per. 1: 8:35-9:32

    Per. 2: 9:38-10:40

    Per. 3: 10:46-11:43

    Per. 4: 11:49-12:46

    Lunch: 12:46-1:16

    Per. 5: 1:22-2:19

    Per. 6: 2:25-3:22

    Mondays/ PLC Day

    Per. 1: 9:25-10:14

    Per. 2: 10:20-11:12

    Per. 3: 11:18-12:07

    Per. 4: 12:13-1:02

    Lunch: 1:02-1:32

    Per. 5: 1:38-2:27

    Per. 6: 2:33-3:22

    Rally Day

    Per. 1: 8:35-9:21

    Per. 2: 9:27-10:13

    Rally: 10:19-11:24

    Per. 3: 11:30-12:16

    Per. 4: 12:22-1:08

    Lunch: 1:08-1:38

    Per. 5: 1:44-2:30

    Per. 6: 2:36-3:22

    Minimum Day

    Per. 1: 8:35-9:17

    Per. 2: 9:23-10:05

    Per. 3: 10:11-10:53

    Per. 4: 10:59-11:41

    Per. 5: 11:47-12:29

    Per. 6: 12:35-1:17

    Final Exam Day:

    Per. 1/Per. 2: 8:35-10:04

    Per. 3/Per. 4: 10:10-11:39

    Nutrition: 11:39-11:50

    Per. 5/Per. 6: 11:56-1:25

     
    Contact Information 

    Angelina_Nsek@chino.k12.ca.us

    1st line of  message please include: student first and last name, spanish level, and period student is in.  ¡Gracias! 

     

    Class Access

    We will be using my Teacher Page and Google Classroom throughout the school year. Each student will be joined to a Google Classroom automatically (or will receive an access code to enter the class that will be sent to your student email.) If you have any difficulties email me, ASAP.

    Students and parents, please check the Announcements page frequently for the most up-to-date information for all classes.

     

    Syllabus

    Syllabus will be found in my Teacher Page, Spanish Class, Spanish Syllabus

     

    Assignments/Assessments

    Assignments and Assessments will be posted on my Teacher Class Calendar: Make sure to check Calendar daily)

    Students Absent (Exused Absences) from class will need to make-up assessments on Tuesday or Wednesday before school at 7:35pm by appointment.

    **Textbook is required daily in class: No textbook will result in a Zero grade for the day**

     Make sure you have your Practice Workbook or printed pages of the chapter we are working on just in case Chromebook battery has no charge: students are not allowed to charge in the classroom. A backup battery charger is a good idea to have.

    Label all Assignments with the following 

    Top Right: Name, Date, Period Top Left: Seat#, Top Center: Assignment Title

     

    Absent Work (out one day you have one day to email work):

    Email must include the following:

    Subject line: Student Name, Spanish Class, and Period

    Body of email must include the following from my Teacher Calendar Page (Copy and Paste it to body of email https://www.chino.k12.ca.us/Page/4365):

    Date of Assignment

    Classwork:

    H.W.

    Assessment 

    Here is an Example:

    Subject line: Sra. Nsek, Spanish 1, Period 4

    Body of email include the following:
     
    Nsek, Angelina
    Classwork/Homework
    Oct. 30, 2023
    Today
     
     
    Description

    Classwork: Capítulo: Lección 2

    Estructura (pg.118-119)

    - 3.1 Descriptive adjectives notes pga.120

    - Práctica 1,2,3

    Homework: Estudiar el vocabulario y gramática por 15min. cada día

    Practice new song  "La Piñata" 3x's diario, Estudiar para la Prueba L3

    Assessments:

    Prueba de vocabulario/gramática L3 viernes el 3 de noviembre

     

     

    Grades will be available through Aeries 

    https://www.chino.k12.ca.us/domain/4709

     
     
    Tardy Policy:
    Students must be inside their classroom when the bell rings. If a student enters the classroom after the bell has
    rung and has no valid excuse or pass, they will be marked tardy.
     
    1st Tardy: Teacher will issue student a warning
    2nd Tardy: Teacher will clarify expectations to students
    3rd Tardy: Teacher will clarify expectations to student and issue a detention
    4th Tardy: Teacher will clarify expectations to student, issue a detention, and send student to their
    appointed counselor
    5th Tardy and thereafter: Teacher will clarify expectations to student, issue a referral to appointed assistant
    principal’s office. Student may also be referred for a Student Success Team (SST)
    meeting or to our schools Student Attendance Review Team (SART) for contact by the
    District Attorney, and/or a meeting with the SART team.
     

    Confirming your Student Portal Account

    • You can access the confirmation email by logging into ClassLink and clicking on the Office 365 tile.

       

      World Language Target Learning Statements

      • I Can _______.
      1. I can have conversations, exchange information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions in Spanish!
      2. I can understand written and spoken language on many topics mentioned below in our schedule.
      3. I can present information and ideas to my classmates or teacher by speaking or writing.
      4. I understand and can explain the relationship between what people DO and what people THINK.
      1. I understand and can explain the relationship between things people USE and CREATE and what people THINK.
      2. I can learn about other subjects through Spanish.
      3. I can get information and learn about viewpoints that are only available through the Spanish language and its cultures.
      4. I can make comparisons between English and Spanish.
      5. I can compare my own culture to the culture of diverse groups of Spanish-Speakers.
      6. I can use my Spanish outside of school for personal enjoyment and enrichment.
      7. I can get information & learn about viewpoints that are only available through the Spanish language and its cultures.
      8. I can make comparisons between English and Spanish.
      9. I can compare my own culture to the culture of diverse groups of Spanish-Speakers.
      10. I can use my Spanish outside of school for personal enjoyment and enrichment.

       

      EARN THE SEAL OF BILITERACY!

      The State Seal of Biliteracy is a recognition by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction for graduating high school students who have attained a high level of proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing in one or more languages in addition to English. The State Seal of Biliteracy is marked by a gold seal affixed to the diploma or transcript. More information can be found on the official web page at https://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/el/er/sealofbiliteracy.asp

       

      Show English proficiency by completing:

      • Completing all English language arts (ELA) graduation requirements with a 2.0 grade point average (GPA)or above

      • Passing the ELA California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress at the "standard met" level or above.

      • If students are English Language Learners, they must demonstrate English proficiency on the English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC) and meet all other requirements.

      Show Second Language proficiency by doing at least one of the following:

      • Completing a four-year high school course of study in the language with a 3.0 GPA or above and demonstrating oral proficiency in the language.

      • Passing an Advanced Placement (AP) exam with a three or above.

      • Passing an International Baccalaureate (IB) exam with a four or above.

      • Passing an SAT II foreign language exam with a 600 or above.

      • Or passing the AVANT Exam that meets the rigor of an AP exam and AP class and challenges all modalities of communication in the language.

      World Languages & Cultures / Biliteracy Awards