Spanish

Spanish

SPANISH DEPARTMENT

SPANISH I
Spanish I is an introduction to the Spanish language and culture. Students are introduced to the language in such a way that they learn the grammar as well as how to communicate orally in the language. A good working knowledge of English grammar is an advantage to any student taking this course. Spanish 1 is an elective and is open to grades 9-12.

SPANISH II
Students advance their skills in the language to narrating about their lives in the past and future tenses. Their vocabulary grows as well as their ability to function in the language. Prerequisite - Spanish I.

SPANISH III
This course is a basic grammar review of Spanish I and II with an emphasis on compound tenses and the subjunctive mood. Literature is introduced and students learn to converse on a variety of topics. Significant time will be spent exploring the culture and history of the Latin American/Spanish-speaking world. Prerequisites - Spanish I and II.

SPANISH IV
The goal of Spanish IV is to get the students conversing in the target language. Various everyday situations will be used to help the student express his/her opinion, ideas, and values while increasing his/her knowledge and use of the vocabulary. Increased time will be spent on the Bible along with Spanish literature and culture. Prerequisites - Spanish I, II, and III.

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