• Foreign Language Department

Andrea Blythe
Foreign Language
 
Clara Musselman
Foreign Language
 
Megan Yandell-Webb
Foreign Language
 
  • Languages Other Than English (LOTE) Courses

  • Spanish 7

    Grade Placement: 7
    Prerequisite: None
    Full-year course

    Spanish 7 is an introductory foreign language course offered to 7th graders. The year-long course is equivalent credit-wise to the first semester of high school foreign language study. Throughout the year students learn about greetings, introductions, how to describe themselves, their family members, hobbies, activities, interests, seasons, weather, food/drink, and clothing. Within these themes students will embrace the four modes of learning: speaking, writing, listening, and reading. Students use the language lab in class to incorporate daily and authentic language practice. Courses are taught primarily in the foreign language.

  • Spanish 8

    Grade Placement: 8
    Prerequisite: Spanish 7
    Full-year course

    This class is the second half of Spanish I and continues the introduction to the Spanish language and culture started in 7th grade. Students will develop speaking, writing, and reading proficiency on topics dealing with their everyday lives. Students will be guided in recognizing the interrelationships among cultures and will be able to identify cultural perspectives and practices of the Spanish speaking world. The focus of this course is developing novice mid-proficiency. This course is conducted in Spanish a significant amount of time. Students receive high school credit and high school grade points after successfully completing both Spanish 7 & 8.

  • French 7

    Grade Placement: 7
    Prerequisite: None
    Full-year course

    French 7 is an introductory foreign language course offered to 7th graders. The year-long course is equivalent credit-wise to the first semester of high school foreign language study. Throughout the year students learn about greetings, introductions, how to describe themselves, their family members, hobbies, activities, interests, seasons, weather, food/drink, and clothing. Within these themes students will embrace the four modes of learning: speaking, writing, listening, and reading. Students use the language lab in class to incorporate daily and authentic language practice. Courses are taught primarily in the foreign language.

  • French 8

    Grade Placement: 8
    Prerequisite: French 7
    Full-year course

    This class is the second half of French I and continues the introduction to the French language and culture started in 7th grade. Students will develop speaking, writing, and reading proficiency on topics dealing with their everyday lives. Students will be guided in recognizing the interrelationships among cultures and will be able to identify cultural perspectives and practices of the Spanish speaking world. The focus of this course is developing novice mid-proficiency. This course is conducted in French a significant amount of time. Students receive high school credit and high school grade points after successfully completing both French 7 & 8.

  • Class Information
    Planning/Conference Period(s):
    2:44 - 3:30 p.m.