Spanish III emphasizes both speaking and listening skills. Students will also be exposed to some Spanish literature appropriate to the level and appropriate to the Christian worldview. This is a most enjoyable course because students should be able to communicate effectively and naturally at this level. Of course, advanced grammatical constructions will be taught but are easy to understand. The instructor understands that not all students will have the same background, and as a result, they will be helped to catch up when needed without any feeling of not being at the same level as the other students. The purposes of Spanish 4 include preparing and practicing easily flowing conversational fluency, good listening skills in the language, and the gaining of confidence when speaking with a natural Spanish speaker. Spanish 4 can be beneficial for college admissions. This class should, quite simply, be enjoyable and interesting. The approach will be for a natural usage of advanced grammatical techniques and ease of conversation. Spanish 3 and 4 will be taught as a combined class. The instruction will be constructed to allow learning to continue for all students at both levels simultaneously.
Spanish III Textbook: *En Espanol 3 By: Gahala, Carlin, et.al. Pub: McDougal Little. (A Houghton Mifflin company) ISBN: 0-395-91085-4 *Note: older editions, if available, will usually work Spanish IV Textbook: Realidades 3 By Bowles, Met, et.al. Publisher: Pearson ISBN-13: 978-0-13-319967-3 or ISBN-10: 0-13-319967-3 Notebook, pens, pencils
Successful completion of the previous level II or III, or permission of the instructor
Parents are responsible for purchasing all textbooks and supplies before the first day of class.
Supply fees are due to each teacher on the first day of class. This fee covers materials, lab supplies, and other expenses incurred by the teacher. They are a one-time fee.
Please note the grade level for this class. Students younger than the recommended grade levels need special permission before signing up for the class. Please contact the office for more information.
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