Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would highly recommend students to take Spanish IV or really any language during their high school career. Languages are a large privilege publics school offer for kids that many take for granted. Although they may be challenging it is a gift that one can forever take. Communication runs our world and being able to speak to a completely different part of the world can be a large advantage. Work wise or school wise knowing a second language is a great skills that is valued world wide.
During my sophomore year I took Spanish IV, At first I took it in fear of loosing a language I had practiced for so long but the class ended up being the reason I picked my mayor. I learned to value my gift of being bilingual in Spanish and although I wasn't to great at american History, Spanish culture and history exited in all types of ways. Spanish IV helped me realize that learning a new languages is a lot of work but the outcome is greater. The class included a number of hands on projects that got the class to really understand the subjects and be challenged. One in specific, made us created a lesson plan to teach to our elementary school. In overall the class taught me skills that are a key for a translator to have: communication, confidence and a good work ethic.
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Although this class was personally fun for many it was a hard class. It is filled with serval big projects and presentations that are easy to fall behind on. It is a class that challenges due dates and a good work ethic. The biggest advice I could give students is to pay attention and stay on track, some of the quiz and test can be hard but along with well written notes and a good attendance this class is possible to pass.