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Mrs. Gruchacz, Principal
372 Witherspoon St.
Princeton, NJ 08540

Tel: 609.806.4230
Fax: 609.806.4231


What will students know and be able to do at the end of this course/marking period?
You will be able to:

¿Por qué son importantes las montañas en Sudamérica?

I can tell and locate most of the Spanish-speaking countries in South America and some of their capitals.
I can write the names of the countries on a map.
I can describe the geography and land features of South America.
I can present an authentic Peruvian legend about the importance of the llama.

¿Dónde vivían los dinosaurios más grandes del mundo?

I can name a few dinosaurs that lived in South America.
I can describe dinosaurs using metric weights and lengths.
I can sequence an authentic Argentinian story about a dinosaur.

¿Cuáles países de América Latina tocan el anillo de fuego?

I can list the parts of a volcano and some of the steps of an eruption.
I can tell the names and describe simple features about some volcanoes from Mexico to Chile.
I can retell a Costa Rican legend about a volcano.

¿Te gusta el chocolate?

I can talk about the parts of a cacao tree and what it needs to grow.
I can tell the steps of chocolate production.
I can demonstrate comprehension by illustrating a Mexican legend about the gift of chocolate.
I can tell which type of chocolate (milk or dark) I prefer.