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French I is a comprehensive and engaging introduction to French language and culture. After mastering the French alphabet and numbers, students study French culture, events, and people. By the end of the course, students have a foundation in the study of French, are able to engage in French conversation, and have built a solid foundation for further French language study.
In French II, students continue their virtual tour through France and other French-speaking countries and regions. This second-level French course takes a historical perspective in teaching the language, covering historical events and historical figures. By the end of this course, students have gained a deeper knowledge of and appreciation for the French culture and language.
This course continues to build students’ vocabulary, grammar, and communication skills with the objective of improving student achievement in reading, writing, and speaking French. Students apply what they have learned in previous French courses to French conversation. At the end of this course, students are able to express themselves in French.
In this level-four French course, students apply the knowledge they gained in previous French courses to become true Francophones. Students explore exciting eras of French history, from the Crusades to the Renaissance to the modern day, learning about famous authors and historical figures along the way. The course provides students with an advanced knowledge and deep appreciation of the French language and culture. At the end of this course, students are able to speak, read, and write in French with basic fluency.
This introductory course provides a solid foundation for students to build proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing in Spanish, and provides students with basic skills and contextual information for using Spanish. Each unit presents new information including useful vocabulary and grammatical structures, and introduces relevant cultural information. At the end of this course, students have the basic skills and contextual information required for using Spanish in their professional and daily lives, and when traveling abroad.
In Spanish II, students are immersed in the Spanish language and in the cultural aspects of Spanish-speaking countries. Students build on what they learned in Spanish I, with a study of Spanish grammar and emphasis on increasing their skills in listening, writing, reading, and speaking in Spanish. At the end of this course, in addition to improving their Spanish language skills, students have a knowledge of and appreciation for the culture of Spanish-speaking countries, including the events and people that have impacted its growth.
In this level-three Spanish course, students apply what they learned in previous courses to conversational Spanish. Students explore cultural aspects of Spanish-speaking countries ranging from schools and careers to sports and authors. At the end of this course, students have improved Spanish language skills, and can express themselves in Spanish conversation.
From the Caribbean to South America, and Mexico to Spain, students continue their exploration of Spanish and Latin American language and culture. The course provides students with an advanced knowledge of and deep appreciation for the many Spanish-speaking peoples and countries around the world. At the completion of this course, students will have gained the knowledge and skills to speak, read, and write in the Spanish language with basic fluency.