Foreign Language

Courses offered by the Foreign Language Department:


French I  - This course introduces students to the use of French at the beginnning level in the presentational, interpretative, and interpersonal modes of communication.  Expression of ideas about self, friends, family, school, and daily life are the basis for cross-cultural comparisons.  Any student may enroll in this course.

French II  - In this course students advance through the beginning stage into the developing stage of communication in French.  Topics include travel, shopping, needs and wants, and daily routines of French-speaking cultures through which students build an appreciation for cultural differences.

French III  - This course provides an in-depth study of French language and cultures.  Developing communication continues in various tenses and structures on a wide variety of topics such as personal history, health, social issues, and future plans.
 


Spanish I  - This course introduces students to the use of Spanish at the beginning level inthe presentational, interpretative, and interpersonal modes of communication.  Expression of ideas about self, friends, family, school, and daily life are the basis for cross-cultural comparisons.  Any student may enroll in this course.

Spanish II  - In this course students advance through the beginning stage into the developing stage of communication in Spanish.  Topics include travel, shopping, needs and wants, and daily routines of Spanish-speaking cultures through which students build an appreciation for cultural differences.

Spanish III  - This course provides an in-depth study of Spanish language and cultures.  Developing communication continues in various tenses and structures on a wide variety of topics such as personal history, health, social issues, and future plans.