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¡Bienvenidos a la clase de la Señora Hubbard! This is my ninth year at the school and my eighth one teaching Spanish. During the academic year 2014-2015, I will be teaching Spanish 2 & 4.  I’m really excited to be at The Villages High School and to have been given the opportunity to teach you Spanish, not only my first language but also a language that I love.

Let me tell you how I ended up at The Villages. I was born and raised in Argentina. Once I graduated from high school, I went to college for a Bachelor's Degree in English-Spanish Translation. After obtaining my degree, I decided to come to the States, namely Michigan, in order to attend college. It was there, in the city of Ann Arbor, where I met my husband Greg and worked as a full- time translator. Three years went by and we decided to move down to Florida, following my husband’s family. Of course, as soon as I saw these beautiful facilities and the great working environment, I realized this was the place where I wanted to grow in my professional career as well as to have my children receive their education.

I’m really looking forward to getting to know each one of you and learning a lot of Spanish together. Learning a second language will be challenging sometimes, but it will also be rewarding and exciting many other times. You will not only learn a lot of vocabulary and grammar, but you will also achieve some understanding of the Hispanic culture. 

Please, do not hesitate to contact me whenever you have any questions or concerns. Being inquisitive is fundamental when learning a second language.

Let’s get to work! ¡A estudiar se ha dicho!

Sra. Hubbard                                                          

  

  • Tutoring or Makeup Work: Please communicate when you will be coming in (Sign-in Sheet is available in class) and note  the available times below: Tuesdays and Thursdays after school from 2:40 to 3:10.

 

  • Absences/Make-up Work: Whether the absence is excused or unexcused, you can make up homework and tests. You will have three (3) school days from and including the date of your return to complete any missing assignments. When coming back from an absence, check the teacher connection page on the school website. There you will find what we did in class while you were absent. If after visiting this page, you still have questions and/or doubts, feel free to speak with me before or after school, not during class time. You are welcome to use the Media Center computers before or after school. Regarding make-up work, on the top corner of your paper write down your name, subject (Spanish 2 or 4), class period, and the date of when you were absent. Also, if you are absent due to an out-of-school suspension, you need to submit work that was due on your day(s) of OSS or work that was assigned on your day(s) of OSS on the day of your return.  You will receive full credit for this work if submitted when you return. 

 

  • Make-Up Tests/Projects & Papers: If you are absent for a quiz or a test, you will have five (5) school days from and including the date of your return to complete the test. It is your responsibility to contact me in order to make up a test.  Also, papers and projects that were assigned a week or more prior to your absence will still be due on the assigned due date regardless of whether you are in school.  If you are absent on such a date, it is your responsibility to submit the paper or project via email or by having someone deliver your work to school on the due date. 

     

  • Class Work and Homework Assignments: In order for each of you to strive for excellence and do your best at all times, assignments will be graded on correction and/or completion. You will not be notified in advance which assignments will be collected and how they will be graded. Make sure that you complete all the assignments according to the described expectations, and you will do great!!! 

 

  • ¡Avancemos! Textbook Official Website: www.classzone.com  If you feel that you need extra practice or you wish to review some material, make sure that you check this website.

 

  • Moodle: Review activities for each lesson are posted on Moodle site. My courses are: Carrion/Hubbard - Spanish II & Hubbard - Spanish IV.

 

  • Español 2 y 4 ~ Supply List

1.    Bilingual English/Spanish Dictionary(it doesn’t need to be an expensive one)

2.    1.5/2- inch binder with pockets

3.     3-hole punched, loose or top-bound notebook paper

4.     7-tab binder dividers (Labeled “Información General”, “Timbre”, “Apuntes”, “Alfabetismo”, “Cultura”, “Tarea/Cuaderno”, “Pruebas/Exámenes”)

5.     Black/blue ink pen

6.      # 2 pencil

7.       Eraser

8.       The Villages High School Agenda Planner

IMPORTANT:

You should bring the required supplies to class by Friday, August 15th at the latest. Except for the dictionary, these supplies should be brought to class every day along with the Spanish workbook for your subject level.

Remember to label the binder dividers like it is specified above and place them in your binder in the same order.

I look forward to getting to know each and every one of you. We will have a great year learning Spanish together!

¡Hasta Pronto!!!

 

  

Contact: maria.hubbard@tvcs.org

PDF documents
Español IV - Vocabulario de las Lecturas Literarias
Estructura de las Lecturas Literarias. Spanish IV -
How to set an account on Moodle -
Mrs. Hubbard's Classroom Management Plan -
Spanish 2 ~ Semester Exam Study Guide -
Spanish 2 Culture Summary - Preliminary Lesson through Unit 5, Lesson 1
Spanish 2 Final Exam Grammar Review - Preliminary Lesson through Unit 5, Lesson 1
Spanish 2 Final Exam Study Guide - Preliminary Lesson - Unit 5, Lesson 1
Spanish 2 Semester Exam Grammar Review -
Spanish 2 Student's Expectations -
Spanish 2, Unit 2, Lesson 2 Notes -
Spanish 2. Preliminary Lesson Notes - Spanish 1 Review
Spanish 2. Unit 1, Lesson 1 Notes -
Spanish 2. Unit 1, Lesson 2 Notes -
Spanish 2. Unit 2, Lesson 1 Notes -
Spanish 2. Unit 3, Lesson 1 Notes -
Spanish 2. Unit 3, Lesson 2 Notes -
Spanish 2. Unit 4, Lesson 1 Notes -
Spanish 2. Unit 4, Lesson 2 Notes -
Spanish 2. Unit 5, Lesson 1 Notes -
Spanish 4 Student's Expectations -
Spanish II Syllabus - Supplies included here.
Spanish IV ~ Semester Exam Grammar Review -
Spanish IV Final Exam Study Guide -
Spanish IV Grammar - Lesson Notes & Final Exam Review
Spanish IV Semester Exam Study Guide -
Spanish IV Syllabus - Supplies included here.

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