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World Languages

Spanish 1 (06101)

Credit: 1.0


Students will be exposed to communication and culture in the basic level language. Class is conducted a majority (90-100%) of the time in the Target Language (Spanish) in order to expose students to an immersed situation. Exposure to multiple cultural aspects will serve as a foundation for Level 1 students who wish to continue pursuing a language. Year 1 students will work on primarily effective listening and reading skills. According to the ACTFL performance ratings students will learn to communicate on a Novice Level.


Spanish 2 (06102)

Credit: 1.0

Prerequisite: Successful Completion of Spanish 1


This course is designed for the student who is interested in further developing communicative skills in Spanish. Emphasis will be placed on expanding listening and speaking skills and developing vocabulary within meaningful contexts.


Honors Spanish 2 (06102H)

Credit: 1.0

Prerequisite: Teacher recommendation


Students will work within the same grammar sequence as those who are not, the main difference will be the following: Honors Spanish 2 will use more performance assessments, require more time spent outside of the classroom, and will cover more vocabulary. Literacy and the target language will be just as, or even more important with the expectation that students will be using Spanish more in and out of class.


Honors Spanish 3 (06103)

Credit: 1.0

Prerequisite: Successful Completion of Spanish 2


Recommended: Minimum average of “C” in Level 2 or administrative discretion based on a diagnostic exam. Level 3 courses are taught completely in the target language. Students are required to actively participate and learn the target language. It is essential that students begin to achieve fluency through conversational, grammatical, and auditory language practice at a higher level. Students will be exposed to a number of cultural norms and begin to read, write, and speak at an intermediate level. According to the ACTFL rating scale, students should move from at least a Novice Mid learner to at least the intermediate Low level learner.


Spanish 4 (06104)

Credit: 1.0

Prerequisite: Successful Completion of Spanish 3


This course enables students to study the language in greater detail, to expand their knowledge of Spanish speaking countries, and to read for comprehension from a variety of authentic sources. Students will utilize the spoken language more often than has been done in Spanish I, II, and III. It is highly interactive and targets communicative competency. This course provides the student with a truly delightful experience that makes the Hispanic language and cultures come alive.


Spanish 5 (06105)

Credit: 1.0

Prerequisite: Successful Completion of Spanish 4


This course will prepare the student with greater depth in all language skills: listening, speaking reading and writing. It continues to emphasize oral and written skills developed through a survey of Spanish literature and contemporary life. Journal writing, group projects, and cultural activities will expand linguistic skills and promote cultural awareness.


ESPAÑOL PARA HISPANOHABLANTES I (06106A) [ Spanish I for native Spanish speakers ]

Credit: 1.0

Prerequisite: Placement exam completed at BHS


This course is designed for Spanish speaking students. This course will be conducted entirely in Spanish. This course offers Spanish-speaking students an opportunity to study Spanish formally in an academic setting in the same way native English-speaking students study English language arts. The course focuses on the development of communicative competence in listening, reading, writing and speaking. Students will develop their literacy skills through thematic units, such as: Identity, Literary Resources, and Culture. Students will also develop an awareness and understanding of Hispanic cultures including language variation, customs, geography, history, and current events. Spanish speaking students are encouraged to take this course instead of the traditional course. It is recommended that students have the ability to read some in Spanish.


ESPAÑOL PARA HISPANOHABLANTES II (06106B) [ Spanish II for native Spanish speakers ]

Credit: 1.0

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESPAÑOL PARA HISPANOHABLANTES I


This course is designed for Spanish speaking students to extend their Spanish proficiency. Students will learn about modern issues facing Hispanic families in the USA, they will examine various professional life goals and will set goals for themselves, students will develop their literary proficiency through reading Hispanic legends and build on their knowledge of literary genres. More attention is paid to students’ written Spanish in this course as students learn to refine their writing skills.


French 1 (06121)

Credit: 1.0


Students will be exposed to communication and culture in the basic level language. Class is conducted a majority (90-100%) of the time in the Target Language (French) in order to expose students to an immersed situation. Exposure to multiple cultural aspects will serve as a foundation for Level 1 students who wish to continue pursuing a language. Year 1 students will work on primarily effective listening and reading skills. According to the ACTFL performance ratings students will learn to communicate on a Novice Level.


French 2 (06122)

Credit: 1.0

Prerequisite: Successful Completion of French 1


French 2 emphasizes grammar, vocabulary and reading skills within the framework of communicative activities. Students will be exposed to culture through short reading experiences and enhanced technology.


Honors French 3 (06123)

Credit: 1.0

Prerequisite: Successful Completion of 2


Recommended: Minimum average of “C” in Level 2 or administrative discretion based on a diagnostic exam. Level 3 courses are taught completely in the target language. Students are required to actively participate and learn the target language. It is essential that students begin to achieve fluency through conversational, grammatical, and auditory language practice at a higher level. Students will be exposed to a number of cultural norms and begin to read, write, and speak at an intermediate level. According to the ACTFL rating scale, students should move from at least a Novice Mid learner to at least the intermediate Low level learner.


French 4 (06124)

Credit: 1.0

Prerequisite: Successful Completion of French 3


This course enables students to study the language in greater detail, to expand their knowledge of French speaking countries and territories, and to read for comprehension from a variety of realia. It is highly interactive and targets communicative competency. This course provides the student with a truly captivating experience that makes the French language come alive.


French 5 (06125)

Credit: 1.0

Prerequisite: Successful Completion of French 4


This course will prepare the student with greater depth in all language skills: listening, speaking reading and writing. It continues to emphasize oral and written skills developed through a survey of French literature and contemporary life. Journal writing, group projects, and cultural activities will expand linguistic skills and promote cultural awareness.

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