Students need to know:
1) Vocabulary related to time-telling (what time is it?, at what time is...?, it is...o'clock, at...o'clock, , the minute, the hour, in the morning/afternoon/at night, half hour, quarter hour, etc.
2) Numbers 0-29
3) Class subjects (for telling at what time classes are based on an imaginary class schedule)
The first section of the test will be translation. The student should be able to write times in Spanish. The student should be able to tell the Spanish way of saying the vocab word. For example, if the question is "1. What time is it?" the student answers "¿Qué hora es?"
The second section of the test will ask the students to write times in Spanish. For example, if the question is: "2. It's 1:45 in the afternoon", the student answers, "Son las dos menos cuarto de la tarde."
The third section of the test will ask students to tell what time classes occur in an imaginary class schedule. The student will be given a copy of the schedule on the test. Questions will follow such as, "¿A qué hora es la clase de español?" The student will answer, "A las doce de la tarde." (At 12:00PM) according to the class schedule.
The fourth section of the test only consists of one question and the student must answer it personally- "¿A qué hora es tu (your) clase de español?" The question (At what time is your Spanish class?) according to their own schedule. They can prepare for this exact question ahead of time.
This is our final test of the nine weeks and will affect grades as the nine weeks closes out. Please prepare well!