Allows student to continue their study of the classical Latin language and the culture of the Romans during the first century A.D.  Most of the course is spent translating Latin into English and learning how to improve these reading and translation skills.  (Prerequisite of grade 75% or better in Latin I, or permission of the instructor)   

Introduction to the Latin language.

Allows students to continue their study of the classical Latin language and the culture of the Romans during the first century B.C.  Most of the course is spent translating Latin into English and learning how to improve these reading and translation skills.  (Prerequisite of 75% or better in Latin II or permission of the instructor)

This course includes simple conversations in the language based on greetings, introductions, the family, school, shopping, and the like.  Emphasis is placed on the audio-lingual approach.  However, students are also taught to read and write what they can say and are given knowledge of basic grammar and some cultural aspects of the language.  The Spanish I Honors course proceeds at a fast pace and will have additional requirements on all assignments.  As the honors designation is optional, a positive attitude and consistent participation are expected for students at the level.

The Spanish III course begins with an intensive review of Spanish I & II and continues in the same manner as the previous courses. More difficult grammar and longer reading selections are included in Spanish III. Most of the oral work done in the classroom is done in Spanish. More in-depth studies of Latin American and Spanish history and culture are emphasized. (Pre-requisite Spanish II)
This course begins with a review of Spanish I and continues in the same manner as the previous course. More difficult grammar and longer reading selections are included in Spanish II. High points of Latin American history and culture are emphasized. A broader and deeper understanding of the language is acquired. This course proceeds at a faster pace with in depth studies of grammar and will have additional requirements on all assignments transitioning to speaking in the target language completely. Music is used as an authentic assessment to sharpen their listening skills.