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      España Sombrero Central America Yo hablo español
    Name: Ms. Kari Trevidic
    Email Address: ktrevidic@bbrook.org (Parents)
    ktrevidic@bbrook.k12.nj.us (Students)  
    Phone number: 732-652-7950

    College Attended: University of Wisconsin-Madison

    Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Spanish & Political Science.

    Post-graduate studies of Translation and Interpretation of Spanish at the Monterey Institute of International Studies.

    Certification: Teacher of Spanish K-12

     
    **IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PARENTS**
    GENESIS Parent Access Registration:   https://www.bbrook.org/domain/53
    PARENT PORTAL:   http://parents.bbrook.org
    The 3rd marking period ends April 17, 2018.
    The AP Spanish Language and Culture exam is May 2, 2018.
     
    WEBSITES for more practice in Spanish:
    http://www.quia.com (Practice Spanish with games online)
    http://www.phschool.com (Additional activites from Pearson)
    http://www.quizlet.com (Practice Spanish vocabulary)
    http://www.wordreference.com  (Spanish dictionary)
    http://www.conjugation.org/ (Spanish Verb Conjugator)
     
    NATIONAL SPANISH EXAMS: 
    **For more information about the National Spanish Exam visit the following website:
     
    **For more information about the AP Spanish Language and Culture Exam visit the following website:
     
     

     Spanish is the third most widely spoken langage

     

    My Spanish Courses at Bound Brook High School for the 2017-2018 school year:
     
    Spanish II CP: 
    This course is designed for Students to build on the grammar and skills acquired in Spanish 1. Students will learn more complex grammar, such as commands, reflexive verbs, and the past tense; and practice the basic skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing with an emphasis upon correct oral and written expression and oral comprehension, particularly in the past tense. Students also examine aspects of Hispanic culture in Latin American countries and in Spain as illustrated in the text and through videos and presentations, which may include historical, social and cultural topics.
    *Many four year colleges require two years or more of a World Language for admission*
     
    Spanish III CP: (Prerequisite: Successful Completion of Spanish II with a 70% or better and Teacher Recommendation)
    This course is designed for students to build on the vocabulary and grammar skills acquired in Spanish I and II.  Through the use of audio, video, and communicative activities, and various online and technology resources, students will learn vocabulary to discuss art, leisure activities, jobs and careers, and the history of Spain and Latin America.  Grammar topics include the present perfect and the subjunctive.  Students will begin to analyze and synthesize information in the target language to create presentations, hold conversations, and write essays.
    *Many four year colleges require two years or more of a World Language for admission* 
    SPANISH IV: (Prerequisite; Successful Completion of Spanish III with a 70% or better and Teacher recommendation)
    This course is designed for students to engage in presentational and interpersonal communication surrounding the following themes: Global Challenges, Beauty and Aesthetics, Personal and Public Identities, Family and Community, Contemporary Life, and Science and Technology. Students will analyze and synthesize information in the target languages from a variety of authentic sources (newspapers, news reports, documentaries, magazines, etc.) to create presentations, hold conversations, and write essays. Students will be responsible for a large portion of work to be done independently at home. Evaluation is based largely on class participation in discussions, debates, lectures, etc. in addition to tests, projects, and homework. 
     AP SPANISH LANGUAGE and CULTURE: (Prerequisite: Successful Completion of Spanish III with a 70% or better and Teacher Recommendation)
    This course is designed to prepare students to take the AP Spanish Language and Culture Exam. Students will engage in presentational and interpersonal communication surrounding the six themes that appear on the AP Exam: Global Challenges, Beauty and Aesthetics, Personal and Public Identities, Family and 36 Community, Contemporary Life, and Science and Technology. Students will analyze and synthesize information in the target languages from a variety of authentic sources (newspapers, news reports, documentaries, magazines, etc.) to create presentations, hold conversations, and write essays. Students will be responsible for a large portion of work to be done independently at home. 
     
    SHS
    I am the advisor for Spanish Honor Society.  The Spanish Honor Society Induction will be May 2, 2018 in the high school auditorium.
     
     
     
     

     

Last Modified on April 10, 2018