• World Languages

    World Languages

    906001 French I

    Prerequisite: Recommended “C” or better in Language Arts
    Grade Placement: 9, 10, 11, 12
    Length of Course: 1 year
    Credit: 1/2 per semester
    French I is an introductory language course, emphasizing listening and speaking skills while developing basic second language reading and writing skills. Classes are conducted in French as extensively as possible. The curriculum is based on everyday experiences of teenagers in French-speaking countries. Students learn how to communicate about themselves and their interests. (Students who maintain a 4.0 in the first two levels of French are eligible to join the French Honor Society.)

    906005 French II

    Prerequisite: French I
    Grade Placement: 10, 11, 12
    Length of Course: 1 year
    Credit: 1/2 per semester
    French II is a continuation of French I. Classes are conducted primarily in French. The communication skills of listening and speaking continue to be emphasized. Reading and writing skills are developed as students are asked to think critically and express themselves in French. The curriculum is based on everyday experiences of teenagers in French-speaking countries. Students learn to communicate in culturally authentic ways. (Students who maintain a 4.0 in the first two levels of French are eligible to join the French Honor Society.)

    906008 French III

    Prerequisite: French II
    Grade Placement: 11, 12
    Length of Course: 1 year
    Credit: 1/2 per semester (Honors)
    French III students should be able to comprehend the language used in the classroom on a daily basis. French III introduces students to more advanced reading materials, including short stories, poetry, and newspaper and magazine articles. Students learn how to write compositions and prepare written and oral reports in French. French is used as the primary means of communication in the class.

    906141 French IV

    Prerequisite: French III
    Grade Placement: 12
    Length of Course: 1 year
    Credit: 1/2 per semester (Honors)
    In French IV students read culturally authentic literature that is more difficult. Students practice their composition skills as well as their speaking skills which will enable them to express themselves correctly. Upon completing French IV, all students should be able to hold everyday conversations in French. The geography, culture and civilization of various French-speaking countries are examined. Students will use French as the primary means of communication in the class.

    906025 German I

    Prerequisite: Recommended “C” or better in Language Arts
    Grade Placement
    : 9, 10, 11, 12
    Length of Course: 1 year
    Credit: 1/2 per semester
    German I is an introductory language course, emphasizing listening and speaking skills while developing basic second language reading and writing skills. Classes are conducted in German as extensively as possible. The curriculum is based on everyday experiences of teenagers in German-speaking countries. Students learn how to communicate about themselves and their interests. (Students who maintain a 4.0 in the first two levels of German are eligible to join the German Honor Society.)

    906030 German II

    Prerequisite: German I
    Grade Placement: 10, 11, 12
    Length of Course: 1 year
    Credit: 1/2 per semester
    German II is a continuation of German I. Classes are conducted primarily in German. The communicative skills of listening and speaking continue to be emphasized. Reading and writing skills are developed as students are asked to think critically and express themselves in German. The curriculum is based on everyday experiences of teenagers in German-speaking countries. Students learn to communicate in culturally authentic ways. (Students who maintain a 4.0 in the first two levels of German are eligible to join the German Honor Society.)

    906231 German III 1818

    Prerequisite: German II
    Grade Placement: 11, 12
    Length of Course: 1 year
    Credit: 1/2 per semester (Honors)
    German III students should be able to comprehend the language used in the classroom on a daily basis. German III introduces students to more advanced reading materials, including short stories, poetry and newspaper and magazine articles. Students learn how to write compositions and prepare written and oral reports in German. German is used as the primary means of communication in the class.

    906241 German IV 1818

    Prerequisite: German III
    Grade Placement: 12
    Length of Course: 1 year
    Credit: 1/2 per semester (Honors)
    In German IV students read culturally authentic literature that is more difficult. Students practice their composition skills as well as their speaking skills, which will enable them to express themselves correctly. Upon completing German IV, all students should be able to hold everyday conversations in German. The geography, culture and civilization of various German-speaking countries are examined. Students will use German as the primary means of communication during class.

    906010Spanish I

    Prerequisite: Recommended “C” or better in Language Arts
    Grade Placement
    : 9, 10, 11, 12
    Length of Course: 1 year
    Credit: 1/2 per semester
    Spanish I is an introductory language course, emphasizing listening and speaking skills while developing basic second language reading and writing skills. Classes are conducted in Spanish as extensively as possible. The curriculum is based on everyday experiences of teenagers in Spanish-speaking countries. Students learn how to communicate about themselves and their interests. (Students who maintain a 4.0 in the first two levels of Spanish are eligible to join the Spanish Honor Society.)

    906015 Spanish II

    Prerequisite: Spanish I
    Grade Placement: 9*, 10, 11, 12 (*9–Only for those who have a full credit of Spanish I)
    Length of Course: 1 year
    Credit: 1/2 per semester
    Spanish II is a continuation of Spanish I. Classes are conducted primarily in Spanish. The communicative skills of listening and speaking continue to be emphasized. Reading and writing skills are developed as students are asked to think critically and express themselves in Spanish. The curriculum is based on everyday experiences of teenagers in Spanish-speaking countries. Students learn to communicate in culturally authentic ways. (Students who maintain a 4.0 in the first two levels of Spanish are eligible to join the Spanish Honor Society.)

    906020 Spanish III

    Prerequisite: Spanish II
    Grade Placement: 10, 11, 12
    Length of Course: 1 year
    Credit: 1/2 per semester
    Spanish III students should be able to comprehend the language used in the classroom on a daily basis. Spanish III introduces students to more advanced reading materials including short stories, poetry, and newspaper and magazine articles. Students learn how to write compositions and prepare written and oral reports in Spanish. Spanish is used as the primary means of communication in the class.

    906341 Spanish IV

    Prerequisite: Spanish III
    Grade Placement: 11, 12
    Length of Course: 1 year
    Credit: 1/2 per semester
    In Spanish IV students read culturally authentic literature that is more difficult. Students practice their composition skills as well as their speaking skills, which will enable them to express themselves correctly. Upon completing Spanish IV, all students should be able to hold everyday conversations in Spanish. The geography, culture and civilization of various Spanish-speaking countries are examined. Students will use Spanish as the primary means of communication during class.