• Spanish I

    Credit: 1
    Grade: 9-12
    Weight: S
    Prerequisite: None
    Acquire a basic knowledge of the Spanish language through an emphasis on listening and speaking skills. Study vocabulary and acquire a basic understanding of the parts of speech and sentence structure. Learn about the Hispanic culture.

    Spanish II

     

    Credit: 1
    Grade: 10-12
    Weight: S
    Prerequisite: Spanish I
    Continue your emphasis on listening and speaking skills with the addition of reading and writing. Study grammatical structure and major verb tenses, along with essential sentence structure necessary to use Spanish in everyday life. Continue vocabulary building and Spanish cultural activities

    Spanish III

     

    Credit: 1
    Grade: 11-12
    Weight: HN
    Prerequisite: Spanish II
    Study reading and writing skills and the development of oral proficiency. Learn more complex grammar patterns, as well as Spanish literature.

    Spanish IV

     

    Credit: 1
    Grade: 12
    Weight: HN
    Prerequisite: Spanish III
    Participate in an advanced study of the Spanish language, culture and literature, as well as a preparation for college placement exams.

     

    Latin I

    Credit: 1
    Grade: 
    9-12
    Weight: 
    S
    Prerequisite: 
    None

     

     

    Latin I exposes students to the language, culture, and history of the Romans. We especially highlight Roman and Greek religion and mythology. It emphasises comprehension of the Latin language through the reading approach using the Ecce Romani text. The result of the student’s study of Latin I is improved knowledge of both English vocabulary and grammar, an expanded understanding of the relationship of the ancient world to his or her own, and an appreciation of other foreign languages and cultures.

     

     

    Latin I RCS-VA

    Credit: 1

    Grade: 9-12

    Weight: S

    Prerequisite: None

     

    Latin I exposes students to the language, culture, and history of the Romans. We especially highlight Roman and Greek religion and mythology. It emphasises comprehension of the Latin language through the reading approach using the Ecce Romani text. The result of the student’s study of Latin I is improved knowledge of both English vocabulary and grammar, an expanded understanding of the relationship of the ancient world to his or her own, and an appreciation of other foreign languages and cultures.



    Latin II

    Credit: 1

    Grade: 9-12

    Weight: S

    Prerequisite: Latin I

     

    Latin II continues to expose students to the language, culture, and history of the Romans. We especially highlight the beginning of antiquity and Roman civilization. It emphasises comprehension of the Latin language through the reading approach using the Ecce Romani text while preparing them for the advanced texts of Caesar’s Gallic Wars. The result of the student’s study of Latin II is improved knowledge of both English and Latin vocabulary and grammar, an expanded understanding of the relationship of the ancient world to his or her own, and an appreciation of other foreign languages and cultures.



    Latin II RCS-VA

    Credit: 1

    Grade: 9-12

    Weight: S

    Prerequisite: Latin I

     

    Latin II continues to expose students to the language, culture, and history of the Romans. We especially highlight the beginning of antiquity and Roman civilization. It emphasises comprehension of the Latin language through the reading approach using the Ecce Romani text while preparing them for the advanced texts of Caesar’s Gallic Wars. The result of the student’s study of Latin II is improved knowledge of both English and Latin vocabulary and grammar, an expanded understanding of the relationship of the ancient world to his or her own, and an appreciation of other foreign languages and cultures.



    Latin III

    Credit: 1

    Grade: 9-12

    Weight: HN

    Prerequisite: Latin II

     

    Latin III continues to expose students to the language, culture, and history of the Romans. We especially highlight the Roman Republic. It emphasises comprehension of the Latin language through the reading approach using the advanced texts of Caesar’s Gallic Wars while preparing them for the advanced texts of Virgil's Aeneid. Latin III concentrates on improved knowledge of complex Latin syntax, grammar, and prose.The result of the student’s study of Latin II is preparation for college placement exams, an expanded understanding of the relationship of the ancient world to his or her own, and an appreciation of other foreign languages and cultures.

     

    Latin IV

    Credit: 1

    Grade: 9-12

    Weight: HN

    Prerequisite: Latin III

     

    Latin IV continues to expose students to the language, culture, and history of the Romans. We especially highlight the Age of Augustus and poetry. It emphasises comprehension of the Latin language through the reading approach using the advanced texts of Virgil's Aeneid. Latin IV concentrates on improved knowledge of complex Latin syntax, grammar, and poetry. The result of the student’s study of Latin IV is preparation for college placement exams, an expanded understanding of the relationship of the ancient world to his or her own, and an appreciation of other foreign languages and cultures.

     

     

     
Last Modified on April 18, 2018