Foreign Language Courses

An understanding of a foreign language and a foreign culture builds kingdom perspective. It gives our students an appreciation of the global church and a means of outreach to other cultures. In addition, learning the grammatical concepts and language requirements of a foreign language serves to build upon the students’ understanding of their own language and culture.

Students are required to complete one (1) credit in Foreign Language for graduation.


Spanish 101-Intro to Spanish

Length: Full year
Grade: 9-12
Prerequisites: None
Credit: 1.0

Students will develop their speaking, writing, reading, listening, and grammar skills. They will be presented with opportunities to interpret meaning of the language through the use of visual aids and/or physical actions, so that in turn they can produce the language in a more effective manner. This will help them retain vocabulary learned and engage them in critical thinking as they use vocabulary in context and apply it to everyday situations.

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Spanish 102-Spanish I

Length: Full year
Grade: 9-12
Prerequisites: Spanish 101
Credit: 1.0

Students will develop a foundational understanding of the Spanish language in both its oral and written forms. A survey of occupations and service opportunities related to the Spanish language will be used to stimulate interest, care, and mission for places and situations where the Spanish language is used. Students will develop an overall knowledge and appreciation for the Spanish culture.

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Spanish 201-Spanish II

Length: Full year
Grade: 9-12
Prerequisites: Spanish 102
Credit: 1.0

Students will develop a fluency of the Spanish language in oral, written, and listening forms. This course is designed to prepare students for entry level into college or into the mission field by building on the foundations laid in Spanish I.

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Spanish 301-Spanish III

Length: Full year
Grade: 10-12
Prerequisites: Spanish 201
Credit: 1.0

Students will continue developing a fluency of the Spanish language in oral, written, and listening forms. The course is designed to enhance students’ confidence in continuing their study of Spanish at the college level or within the mission field.

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Spanish 401-Spanish IV

Length: Full year
Grade: 11-12
Prerequisites: Spanish 301
Credit: 1.0

This course is weighted on a 5.00 scale.

Students will perfect their oral, written, and listening skills of the Spanish language. This course will require students to synthesize everything learned in their previous three years of study of the Spanish language. This course will be fast-paced and include rigorous study.

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Spanish 501-Spanish V

Length: Full year
Grade: 11-12
Prerequisites: Spanish 401
Credit: 1.0

This course is weighted on a 5.00 scale.

This course is intended to be an independent study. In addition to making applications of content and skills learned in Spanish 401, emphasis is placed on skill levels necessary to give presentations and formal speeches. The students will also focus on gaining knowledge of grammar through literature, learn additional meanings and roots for vocabulary terms, as well as glean meaning from word constructions. They will also have the opportunity to experience works of literature that reflect the nature and lives of humans.

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