Students continue learning Spanish in Spanish II by building on and expanding listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Frequent use of authentic videos, images, audio, and text provide greater contextualization of key learning concepts and cultural information relevant to Hispanic countries and communities. The course follows a modular design to allow for greater flexibility and pacing in both fully online and blended environments and teachers will be able to search for specific lessons and activities as well as authentic media. A wide range of activities engages students to continue to develop metacognitive strategies by processing authentic input in order to produce both spoken and written Spanish. Task-based projects allow for individual and collaborative creation, negotiation, and presentation within the target language.