Latin 3 Honors

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PREREQUISITE: LATIN 2
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE; LATIN 3A, LATIN 3B
This is an honors course.

In the third level, you will continue to build your grammar, vocabulary, and speaking skills as you explore friends and social life, dining and vacation, home and health, life and world, everyday things, and places and events. Continue to explore the culture of the language speaking countries.

MS Intermediate Spanish

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HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE: MS INTERMEDIATE SPANISH A, MS INTERMEDIATE SPANISH B

Spanish is the most spoken non-English language in U.S. homes, even among non-Hispanics, according to the Pew Research Center. There are overwhelming cultural, economic, and demographic reasons for students to achieve mastery of Spanish. MS Spanish engages students and uses a variety of activities to ensure student engagement and to promote personalized learning.

Spanish 4 Honors

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In this class, students will continue to develop speaking skills through class discussions and oral presentations on various topics. Previously learned grammar concepts will be reviewed and built upon in greater depth. Real-world projects and assignments will provide the opportunity to utilize grammar in an authentic context. Throughout the year students will read portions of the classic novel,  Don Quixote de la Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes. Students should be prepared to participate orally in Spanish.

French 4 Honors

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PREREQUISITE: FRENCH 3
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE: FRENCH 4A, FRENCH 4B
This is an honors course.

This course offers a compilation of activities, including current events, French music, authentic French text, and grammar review. We are excited for you to become immersed in the speaking, listening, and writing skills of the language as well as the culture of the countries where French is spoken.  At the completion of level 4, students will be able to discuss current events happening in French-speaking countries around the world, interpret authentic French music and texts, and speak and write using complex French grammar.

German 4 Honors

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PREREQUISITE: GERMAN 3
HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE; GERMAN 4A, GERMAN 4B
This is an honors course.

In this class, students will continue to expand on their previous listening, speaking, writing and listening skills by utilizing a variety of authentic texts, videos, projects, news sources and other presentations. Students will also have the opportunity to evaluate other classmate’s submissions, thus giving them the opportunity to utilize and evaluate what they have already learned and apply it to real-world, authentic contexts. During the live lessons, students should review the material in advance and come prepared to class and be willing to participate in the target language. This class should not only be a review of what students have already learned in levels 1-3, but also an opportunity to enhance their speaking skills with their peers. We are so excited to offer this class and are looking forward to a great semester! Jetzt geht’s los!

American Sign Language 2

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HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE: ASL 2A AND ASL 2B

In ASL 2, students will acquire an intermediate low proficiency level in American Sign Language, preparing them to successfully handle a variety of basic communicative tasks. They will also gain a deeper knowledge and understanding of the cultures of the ASL-speaking world. Specific topics covered include: making requests, weather, money, sightseeing, and famous deaf people.

American Sign Language 1

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HALF-CREDIT OPTIONS AVAILABLE: ASL 1A AND ASL 1B

In ASL 1, students will work to develop a novice low proficiency level in American Sign Language, preparing them to handle a variety of basic communicative tasks. They will also gain a deeper knowledge and understanding of the cultures of the ASL-speaking world. Specific topics covered include: introductions, family, directions, shopping, jobs, and making plans.