World Languages

The study of world languages teaches the skills necessary to communicate in another language through speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Communication in another language promotes cross-cultural understanding and broadens your social, travel, educational, and professional opportunities, and expands your ability to participate in our global community. Students in world languages classes will use a variety of technology including, but not limited to, PowerPoint, Audacity, Podcasts, films and online radio broadcasts and newspapers, as well as Internet sites to learn, present information, and enhance the development of the ability to understand the languages in various contexts. 

 

Learning Expectations and Performance Indicators

 

Courses Offered

 Level I

 German: Kepes Syllabus
 Spanish: Kirkaldy Syllabus

 Level II

 French: Clayton Syllabus
 German: Kepes Syllabus
 Spanish: Kirkaldy Syllabus

 Level III

 French: Clayton Syllabus
 German: Kepes Syllabus
 Spanish: Kirkaldy Syllabus

 Level IV

 French: Clayton Syllabus
 German: Kepes Syllabus
 Spanish: Kirkaldy Syllabus

 Level V  

 

Diana Clayton
Extension 241
Janet Kepes
Extension 243
Kristine Kirkaldy
Extension 234