• French MS – I


    This course is an introduction to the French language and culture. Students study basic grammatical structures and
    vocabulary and use them in listening, speaking, reading, and writing activities at the beginning level. Topics include the
    alphabet, accent marks, greetings, classroom objects, numbers, colors, the calendar, weather expressions, telling time,
    gender and plurals, subject pronouns, present and simple future tense of common regular and irregular verbs, the family,
    clothing, parts of the body, interrogative words, negative expressions, prepositions, agreement of nouns and adjectives,
    possessive adjectives, common idioms, and contractions.
     

    French MS – II


    Prerequisite: French MS – I or prior experience with teacher/counselor recommendation Students review topics covered
    in French MS – I while continuing their study of more complex grammatical structures and vocabulary through activities
    involving listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Grammatical topics include the present tense and passé’ compose’ of
    regular verbs and common irregular verbs, articles, possession, demonstrative adjectives, interrogative adjectives,
    negative expressions, phrases using two verbs, imperatives, emphatic pronouns, irregular adjectives, placement of
    adjectives, object pronouns, reflexive verbs, comparatives and superlatives, giving directions, animals, shopping, the
    house, transportation, directional words, occupations, and countries of the world. Students completing this course
    successfully may be able to move into French II at the high school level.
     

    French MS – III


    Prerequisite: French MS – II or prior experience with teacher/counselor recommendation. Students review topics
    previously taught in French MS – I and refine their skills in all areas of language acquisition. Grammatical topics include
    adverbs, prepositions following verbs, object pronouns, dictionary skills, sequence of tenses, subjunctive mood, imperfect
    tense, conditional tense, future tense, the phone, medical words, hobbies and games, expressing an opinion, the car,
    traveling, sports, and menus and restaurants. Students completing this course successfully may be able to move into
    French II or III at the high school.


    Spanish MS – I


    This course is an introduction to the Spanish language and culture. Students study basic grammatical structures and
    vocabulary and use them in listening, speaking, reading, and writing activities at the beginning level. Topics include the
    alphabet, accent marks, greetings, classroom objects, numbers, colors, the calendar, weather expressions, telling time,
    the city, animals, foods, the family, parts of the body, clothing, sports, subject pronouns, possession, agreement of nouns
    and adjectives, present tense of regular verbs, forming questions, prepositions, and possessive adjectives. Students
    must have prior approval of language arts teacher from elementary school or middle school.
     

    Spanish II


    Prerequisite: Spanish I Students review topics in Spanish I while continuing their study of more complex grammatical
    structures and vocabulary through activities involving listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students completing this
    course successfully may be able to move into Spanish II at the high school.
     

    Spanish III


    Prerequisite: Spanish II Students review topics previously taught in Spanish I and II and refine their skills in all areas of
    language acquisition. Grammatical topics include commands, double objects pronouns, future tense, time expressions,
    writing narratives, phone usage, clothing, holiday, art, household expressions, medical vocabulary, the car, etc. Students
    completing this course successfully may be able to move into Spanish II or III at the high school.
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