World Language

Spanish 1 follows our 7th grade introduction course.  Students continue listening, reading, writing, and speaking Spanish. Each unit consists of a new vocabulary theme, grammar concept, reading and listening comprehension activities along with speaking and reading activities. Students complete the first 9 chapters of their Buen Viaje text and workbooks.

Spanish 2 picks up after Spanish 1 and is structured to re-emphasize all four aspects of language learning: reading, writing, speaking, and a heavy emphasis on meaningful communication. The students will continue to work out of and complete their Buen viaje text and workbooks.

Spanish 3 is designed to develop the students’ skills in reading, writing, speaking and listening to Spanish.  Students will learn to use Spanish appropriately in a range of settings and situations and for a variety of purpose.  The testing and assessment program in Spanish 3 includes tests that combine grammar and content, structure and situation for the purpose of analyzing student performance.  

Spanish 4 is an honors class designed for students who have successfully completed three years of Spanish and who desire to become more proficient in reading, writing, speaking, and listening in Spanish.  Students will learn to use Spanish appropriately in a range of settings and situations and for a variety of purpose. The student will learn the Spanish language itself and about the Spanish speaking world – its fascinating history, culture and above all, its great need for the gospel of Christ.