6th Grade Foreign Language

  • French Introduction
    French is an international language for communication spoken in France, Canada, 26 countries in Africa, and
    several island nations. Within the context of this course, students will explore the French language by learning
    basic skills needed to communicate. Students will learn introductory phrases, vocabulary, concepts and
    aspects of French culture. Some of the cultural exploration will include cooking French food and watching
    French film. These basics of French language and cultural awareness provide a foundation for future language
    acquisition. (quarter)

    Spanish Introduction
    Spanish is an international language for communication. It is one of the official languages of the United
    Nations and is the official language in 20 countries. Students will explore the Spanish language by learning
    basic skills needed to communicate. Students will learn introductory phrases, vocabulary, concepts and
    aspects of Hispanic culture. These basics of the Spanish language and cultural awareness provide a foundation
    for future language acquisition. (quarter)

     

7th Grade Foreign Language

  • French A
    This class introduces the French language by covering the basics of speaking, reading, writing and listening.
    Students explore French culture through the exploration of art, music, film, theater, and cooking. Students will
    have the opportunity to explore many cultural activities throughout the year. Middle school world language
    classes place students on track for more advanced opportunities in high school language courses. (year)

    Spanish A
    This class introduces the Spanish language. Students will learn the basics of speaking, reading, writing, and
    listening. Students explore Spanish culture through art, music, film, theater, and cooking. Middle School World
    Language classes place students on track for more advanced opportunities in high school language courses.
    (year)

8th Grade Foreign Language

  • French B
    French B is for students who have completed French A. This course continues the development of speaking,
    reading, writing and listening skills from French A. Students are required to speak more in class and work
    towards the mastery of present tense. They also learn to communicate using the past and future tenses.
    Students taking this course must have the approval of the French A teacher. Middle school world language
    does not count as a high school world language credit: It does however put students on track for more
    advanced opportunities in language courses. (year)

    Spanish B
    Spanish B is for students who have completed Spanish A. This course is designed to continue the development
    of speaking, reading, writing and listening skills from Level A. Students taking this course must have the
    approval of the Spanish A teacher. Middle school world language places students on track for more advanced
    opportunities in language courses. (year)

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