Learning to communicate confidently in French on a basic level is a priority

Learning to communicate confidently in french on a

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comprehension. Learning to communicate confidently in French on a basic level is a priority, and the Language Lab is used regularly as a resource in practicing speaking and listening skills. In grades 7 and 8, short readings are introduced and there are frequent writing assignments and oral presentations. Additionally, throughout the two-year course, students explore the history, geography, and culture of the French-speaking world through projects and discussions. Latin The main objective of the Latin 7 and 8 curriculum is to allow students to begin reading Latin with confidence. As outlined in descriptions for the modern languages, Latin classes draw upon all language skills: the reading that is traditionally emphasized in Latin classes, as well as the essential skills of writing, listening, and speaking. Students will begin building a foundation of Latin vocabulary concerning mythology, homes, family, and public spaces, which will support them through the higher levels of Latin. They will begin using Latin phrases and sentences, and writing in Latin. Cultural understanding will be created through reading and discussion. Students will develop novice language skills and learn about Roman culture. Spanish Spanish 7 and 8 cover a traditional Level I curriculum designed to provide students with a comprehensive foundation in the language. Students master fundamental grammar concepts, build essential vocabulary, and learn idiomatic expressions that enable them to use the target language spontaneously and authentically in speaking, reading, writing, and aural comprehension. Learning to communicate confidently in Spanish on a basic level is a priority, and the Language Lab is used regularly as a resource in practicing speaking and listening skills. In grades 7 and 8, short readings are introduced and there are frequent writing assignments and oral presentations. Additionally, throughout the two-year course, students explore the history, geography, and culture of the Spanish-speaking world through projects and discussions.
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