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Foreign Language Courses

French I

This one-year course is designed to enable the student to use the French language to engage in basic conversation and to gain a sensitive appreciation for the French nation. This is a pre-requisite for French II.

French II

Designed to build the student’s knowledge base of the French language, students will engage in a deeper study of grammar and the four areas of language acquisition (listening, speaking, reading and writing). A cultural emphasis is placed on discovering the uniqueness and aura of Paris.

Latin I

This course provides a basic foundation of the grammar and vocabulary of the Latin language. Students work on memory and translating skills and read Latin for understanding. Emphasis is placed on our cultural and linguistic debt to the Latin language and the Romans.

Latin II

Second-year Latin students (who have completed Latin I with at least a C) increase their grammar skills especially with verb usage including subjunctives, deponents, participles and infinitives. Students translate major passages from Hercules and Jason and the Argonauts. Projects include an in-depth study of a classical Roman author and a cumulative project emphasizing composition.

Spanish I

Students will develop a foundation in basic Spanish grammar and vocabulary, and begin to attain proficiency in the skills of listening, speaking, reading,and writing Spanish for daily living. Students will begin to appreciate the diversity of the many cultures of people who speak Spanish.

Spanish II

Students will build upon basic foundation skills developed in Spanish I with the primary goal of developing proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, writing and thinking. Students will recall and accurately utilize in conversation and writing a basic body of vocabulary for daily living. Students will continue to develop an understanding and appreciation of the culture of people in various Spanish-speaking countries.

Spanish III

Students will continue to build their Spanish skills with the goal of mastering the concepts of reading, writing, listening and speaking. Students will continue to learn and appreciate the culture of the people in Spanish-speaking countries. The focus of the class will be on preparing students for college and applying the concepts they have learned to real-life situations.

Advanced Placement (AP) Spanish IV

Students will continue to build their Spanish skills with the goal of mastering the concepts of reading, writing, listening and speaking. Students will continue to learn and appreciate the culture of the people in Spanish-speaking countries. The focus of the class will be on preparing students for the Advanced Placement test, college and applying the concepts they have learned to real-life situations.

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Valley Lutheran High School
3560 McCarty Road
Saginaw, MI 48603
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Phone:
989.790.1676

Fax:
989.790.1680

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