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MYP French 1– Grade 9

Course Description
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The focus of this French I course is to teach the students the necessary skills in speaking, writing, reading and listening to attain communicative proficiency in the French language.

After a successful completion of the class, the student will be able to understand and respond to: greetings, introductions and simple conversations. He/she will be able to make requests, express likes and dislikes and obtain information. He/she will be able to communicate effectively in a limited setting with some hesitation and errors. This will not hinder comprehension.

The course objective is to develop literacy and fluency in French while learning about the Francophone world and its culture.

 

Marilyn Brannon
Marilyn Brannon

Room C-30

Conference Period - 4



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MYP French 2– Grade 10

Course Description


The focus of the French II course is to teach the students the necessary skills in speaking, writing, reading and listening to attain communicative proficiency in the French language. After a successful completion of the class, the student will be able to understand and respond to: greetings, introductions and simple conversations. He/she will be able to make requests, express their needs, understand and express important ideas and some detail, describe and compare, use and understand expressions indicating emotion. He/she will be able to demonstrate increasing fluency and control of vocabulary, communicate effectively with some pattern of error, which may interfere slightly with full comprehension, understand oral and written discourse, with few errors in comprehension when reading, and demonstrate culturally appropriate behavior within the limitations of level 2 situations.

This class focuses on communication in French. To attain this goal, instruction and activities will presented and conducted primarily in French. This means that listening and responding are the two most important expectations of the student.


Marilyn Brannon  
Marilyn Brannon

Room C-30

Conference Period - 4



Syllabus
MYP Spanish 1 – Grade 9


Course Description


Spanish 1 is a communication-based language course that follows the ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) Standards for Foreign Language and the State Foreign Language Framework. The course incorporates daily conversation, oral presentations, reading, writing and listening while incorporating the study of art, history, film, and literature in Spanish from Spain and Latin American countries. The course objective is to develop literacy and fluency in Spanish while learning about the Spanish-speaking world and its culture.



MYP Course Aims


The aims of the study of modern foreign languages are to: enable the student to use language(s) effectively as a means of practical communication, providing a sound base of communication skills necessary for future study, work and leisure; enable the student to understand the nature of language and the process of total language learning, which comprises the integration of linguistic, cultural and social components; enable the student to develop an appreciation of a variety of literary and non-literary texts; offer insight into the cultural characteristics of the communities where the language(s) is (are) spoken; encourage an awareness and understanding of the perspectives of people from other cultures; promote involvement with different communities, where relevant; provide access to varied sources of information; foster curiosity, a lifelong interest and enjoyment in language learning.

Juan Esquivias
Juan Esquivias

Room C-19

Conference Period - 2



Syllabus
MYP Spanish 2 – Grade 10


Course Description


Spanish 2 is a communication-based language course that follows the ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) Standards for Foreign Language and the State Foreign Language Framework. The course incorporates daily conversation, oral presentations, reading, writing and listening while incorporating the study of art, history, film, and literature in Spanish from Spain and Latin American countries. The course objective is to develop literacy and fluency in Spanish while learning about the Spanish-speaking world and its culture.

MYP Course Aims

The aims of the study of modern foreign languages are to: enable the student to use language(s) effectively as a means of practical communication, providing a sound base of communication skills necessary for future study, work and leisure; enable the student to understand the nature of language and the process of total language learning, which comprises the integration of linguistic, cultural and social components; enable the student to develop an appreciation
of a variety of literary and non-literary texts; offer insight into the cultural characteristics of the communities where the language(s) is (are) spoken; encourage an awareness and understanding of the perspectives of people from other cultures; promote involvement with different communities, where relevant; provide access to varied sources of information; foster curiosity, a lifelong interest and enjoyment in language learning.

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Blanca Gutierrez

Room C-29

Conference Period - 7



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