Besides verbal practice, new
language learners need practice reading and writing the language. Use these
tests to be sure that your teen is gaining a solid foundation on which to build
his Spanish-speaking skills. The tests covering one year of Spanish are
correlated with the texts Más que
vencedores for Spanish 2A (1987), Más
que vencedores for Spanish 2B (1987), Vocabulary
Manual for Más que vencedores (1987),
and Más que vencedores Teacher’s Guide, which includes weekly
lesson plans. Answers and point values are sold separately in Más que vencedores Teacher Test Key. Grades
not only from Spanish to English but from English to Spanish helps your young
language learner gain confidence in using the language.
content includes gender; articles; vocabulary; verb, adjective, and pronoun
forms; formation of negatives and plurals; and sentence construction. These
topics cover essential tools for a beginner’s growing communication skills in
formats include short answer; multiple choice; matching; translation of words,
phrases, and sentences; and composing complete sentences to answer a question.
The variation of formats both within tests and from test to test allows you to
evaluate whether your teen truly has an understanding of the use of Spanish.
instructions for each section help both the parent and new language learner
know precisely what is expected.
every three weeks (for a total of 12 tests) provides vital reinforcement of
learning and an opportunity for your evaluation of your teen’s understanding.
You can know when additional explanation or practice is needed with one concept
before progressing to the next one.
each test clearly specifies the sections covered, adjusting them to your
schedule is easy.
cumulative nine-weeks exams and semester and final exams further reinforce the
concepts learned throughout the year.