In Spanish III students will be introduced to the study of literature and culture of Spanish-speaking countries. The language skills are stressed through reading, speaking, and writing. Juniors and Seniors


SPANISH I 1 Credit

Grades 9, 10, 11, 12

This course is designed to help beginning students attain pro

ficiency in the four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students acquire a foundation for effective communication by developing the necessary vocabulary and structure in order to use the language in a personalized manner. Students will survey the Spanish-speaking world in a cultural context.

SPANISH II 1 Credit

Grades 9, 10, 11, 12

In Spanish II students continue to develop the skills required to effectively use language in a variety of situations. The emphasis is on communication with vocabulary and structure taught in a meaningful context. Pair and group activities provide students the opportunity to use language in a personalized and creative manner. The presentation of authentic material fosters the use of Spanish in a culturally appropriate manner.

SPANISH III 1 Credit

Grades 10, 11, 12

In Spanish III students will be introduced to the study of literature and culture of Spanish-speaking countries. The language skills are stressed through reading, speaking, and writing. Juniors and Seniors may elect to take this course for college credit.

SPANISH IV 1 Credit

Grades 10, 11, 12

Spanish IV reviews language skills learned in the previous year and further develops oral comprehension and speaking. The indicative and subjunctive moods will be stressed. Emphasis is placed on the study of Spanish literature and art. Juniors and Seniors may elect to take this course for college credit.

SPANISH V 1 Credit

Grades 11, 12

Spanish V reviews all of the indicative and subjunctive tenses. Spanish and Latin American literature, poetry and art will be explored through intense discussion in the target language.

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In Spanish II students continue to develop the skills required to effectively use language in a variety of situations. The emphasis is on communication with vocabulary and structure taught in a meaningful context. Pair and group activities provide students the opportunity to use language in a personalized and creative manner. The presentation of authentic material fosters the use of Spanish in a culturally appropriate manner.