Course Listing

Foreign Language-60.0110711- French I

French I is designed to introduce the French language to beginning language students. At the end of the course, students will be able to converse about themselves, their activities, the weather, and their family. They will be able to use present and past tenses in speaking and writing.

Foreign Language-60.0110721- French II

French II is designed to continue the study of language begun in French I. At the end of the course, students will review the structures of French I they learned, including the past and future tenses. Students will be able to converse in simple conversations about themselves, their school life, and family and will continue to develop reading and writing skills.

Foreign Language-60.0130731- French III

French III continues the study of language begun in French I and II. At the end of the course, students will have reviewed the past grammatical structures of French II, refined their use of the two primary past tenses, learned the future, conditional and subjunctive tenses, and refined their use of object and relative pronouns and reflexive verbs. Students will be able to discuss authentic text, film, and art. Students will prepare projects and oral presentations on artists, French history, geography, and literature. 

Foreign Language-60.0140741- Advanced Placement French

In this course students develop a strong command of the French language, with proficiency in integrating language skills and synthesizing written and aural materials. Also, they will refine their formal writing process, and participate in extensive interpersonal and presentational speaking and writing practices as well as develop their aural comprehension skills through quality authentic, and level appropriate audio and video recordings. They are further exposed to the world of literature and current events of French-speaking countries through authentic written texts, including newspapers and magazine articles, literary texts and other nontechnical writings that develop students’ reading and comprehension abilities. Class is conducted completely in French and includes frequent writing and integration of skills with a rigorous review of grammatical structures. Advanced organizational and analytical strategies are taught. An array of resources is used to facilitate the learning.  All students must take the Advanced Placement test in May.  Departmental approval is required to register for AP French.

Foreign Language-60.0710711- Spanish I

Spanish I is an introduction to basic Spanish vocabulary, grammar and syntax. A variety of methods and materials are used to provide cultural awareness and to build elementary reading and writing skills.

Foreign Language-60.0710712- Spanish II

Spanish II continues the study of language introduced the previous year, with emphasis on vocabulary development, more proficient reading, conversational skills, writing, and grammar skills. Students are introduced to the geography and culture of the Spanish-speaking world.

Foreign Language-60.0730731- Spanish III

Spanish III is designed for the student to continue developing their usage of present, past and subjunctive tense verbs. Emphasis is placed on communication, with emphasis on reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. Culture is studied through reading and discussing authentic texts.

Foreign Language-60.0770701- Advanced Placement Spanish  

In this course students develop a strong command of the Spanish language, with proficiency in integrating language skills and synthesizing written and aural materials. Also, they will refine their formal writing process and participate in extensive interpersonal and presentational speaking and writing practices.  They will develop their aural comprehension skills through quality authentic, and level appropriate audio and video recordings. They are further exposed to the world of literature and current events of Spanish-speaking countries through authentic written texts, including newspapers and magazine articles, literary texts and other nontechnical writings that develop students’ reading and comprehension abilities. Class is conducted completely in Spanish and includes frequent writing and integration of skills with a rigorous review of grammatical structures. Advanced organizational and analytical strategies are taught. An array of resources is used to facilitate the learning.  All students must take the Advanced Placement test in May. Departmental approval is required to register for AP Spanish.

Foreign Language-61.0410711 Latin I

Students are introduced to the Latin language and ancient Roman civilization using the process of building a communication highway. Upon completion of the course students are able to understand simple Latin passages presented both orally and in writing. In order to complete the listening/speaking requirement, you may be required to submit audio recordings using an audio sound recording program such as Audacity sound recorder. This class is offered to individuals who wish to learn Latin I through Georgia Virtual Classroom.