The Foreign Language Department offers three languages to our students: French, Spanish, and Latin. We are a department dedicated to teaching the four skills of language: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. We are also dedicated to teaching about the cultures that are represented by our languages in order to broaden our students’ horizons and their understanding of the world in which we live.

2810/ FRENCH I 
Grades 9-12                                         Level III
Prerequisite: none 1 credit

French I is an introduction to French language and culture. This course will give students the ability to discuss themselves, family, friends, school, and daily life. They will also become acquainted with different aspects of the culture of France and other French-speaking countries. The textbook, Discovering French Bleu, is supplemented with a workbook, video, audio tapes, and various cultural studies.


2815/ FRENCH II 
Grades 9-12                                         Level III
1 credit

Students continue to develop their ability to speak, understand, read and write French. The class is conducted primarily in French, oral work is emphasized, and self-initiated conversation is encouraged. Students continue learning vocabulary and will be able to converse and write using present, past, and future tenses. The study of French culture is an integral part of each lesson. Text: Discovering French, Blanc; Valette.


Grades 9 - 12                                       Level II
1 credit

Students continue to develop their ability to speak, understand, read and write French. The course is taught in French. Each unit of study includes grammar, verb, and vocabulary acquisition which are applied in assignments. Students are introduced to literature.  Cultural studies including art, music, history, and the French speaking areas of the world.  Text: Discovering French, Rouge; Valette




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