K.E.Y.S.

2018-2019 Class Selection

Please click on the class name to access the following information for a class: Description, Textbook, Prerequisite and Supply Fee.

Class Name Teacher Start Date End Date Days Times Grade # Seats Avail. Monthly Fee Select Class
Spanish I A

Spanish I A

Description
Spanish is the second most spoken language internationally. It is the official language of twenty-one countries, and it is spoken by over forty-five million people in the United States. Spanish I offers an introduction to the basic elements of the language –pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar. A foundation of the language will be established focusing on listening, reading, and vocabulary development.

Textbooks and Supply List
VISTAS (hardcover, 4th edition, 2012) by Vista Higher Learning, ISBN: 978-1-60576-881-6

2” three-ring binder with three dividers
lined loose-leaf paper
pencils with good erasers
2 black dry erase markers
1 red pen
1 blue pen
index cards for vocabulary flash cards
1 box of #10 envelopes (keep home for tests and quizzes)
internet access to the website Quizlet

Prerequisite
English grammar proficiency

Supply Fee
$10 payable to the instructor on the first day of school

Ileana Delgado 9-6-2018 5-23-2019 Tue, Thur 8:30 am - 9:25 am 8-12 8 $53.00
ASL III

ASL III

Description
This course builds on the foundation of ASL 1 & 2 through an in-depth study of American Sign Language. Continued studies include the use of mouth morphemes, constructive dialogue and constructive action in daily conversations and narratives. In addition, the students learn how to “describe” items/movements using ASL adjectives and adverbs respectively. Strategies include the study of ASL language structures, “voice off” conversations, translating English into ASL, translating ASL into English, teaming/interpreting games, book reports, DVD lessons and stories, deaf guest speakers, performances and outreach activities.

Textbooks and Supply List
There is no required text however the instructor will provide copies of necessary material as handouts for that particular class concept.

Prerequisite
ASLI and II or a foundational knowledge of ASL is required.

Supply Fee
$10 In addition, students will need to pay a $25 deposit for the MOST trip, payable to KEYS, at the time of registration.

R. Michael Ayers 9-6-2018 5-23-2019 Tue, Thur 8:30 am - 9:25 am 9-12 4 $53.00
ASL II

ASL II

Description
This course is a continuation of ASL – Level 1 and the use of American Sign Language in communicating with the Deaf. Continued studies include ASL rules of grammar, syntax and semantics. Emphasis is directed towards the development of clear, conceptually accurate signing. Strategies include the study of ASL language structures, translating English into ASL, teaming games, vocabulary builders, DVD lessons and stories, deaf guest speakers, performances and outreach activities.

Textbooks and Supply List
ISBN: 978-1581212105
Signing Naturally: Student Workbook, Units 1-6 (Book & DVDs) 2008
by Cheri Smith(Author), Ella Mae Lentz(Author), Ken Mikos(Author)

Prerequisite
ASL I or a basic working knowledge of ASL

Supply Fee
$10

R. Michael Ayers 9-6-2018 5-23-2019 Tue, Thur 9:30 am - 10:25 am 9-12 4 $53.00
Spanish II

Spanish II

Description
Spanish is the second most spoken language internationally. It is the official language of twenty-one countries, and it is spoken by over forty-five million people in the United States. Spanish II further exposes the student to the Spanish language, building on the foundation established in Spanish I. Reading, speaking, and writing will reach a more advanced level of comprehension and application.

Textbooks and Supply List
VISTAS (hardcover, 2nd edition, 2005) by Vista Higher Learning, ISBN 1-59334-340-X

2” three-ring binder with three dividers
lined loose-leaf paper
pencils with good erasers
2 black dry erase markers
1 red pen
1 blue pen
index cards for vocabulary flash cards
1 box of #10 envelopes (keep home for tests and quizzes)
internet access to the website Quizlet

Prerequisite
Spanish I from KEYS or permission from the instructor

Supply Fee
$10 payable to the instructor on the first day of school

Ileana Delgado 9-6-2018 5-23-2019 Tue, Thur 9:30 am - 10:25 am 8-12 3 $53.00
Spanish III

Spanish III

Description
Spanish is the second most spoken language internationally. It is the official language of twenty-one countries, and it is spoken by over forty-five million people in the United States. Spanish vocabulary and grammar will be advanced in this course, allowing for a more comprehensive use of the Spanish language. At this point all the main verb constructions needed to communicate in Spanish will be completed.

Textbooks and Supply List
VISTAS (hardcover, 2nd edition, 2005) by Vista Higher Learning, ISBN 1-59334-340-X


2” three-ring binder with three dividers
lined loose-leaf paper
pencils with good erasers
2 black dry erase markers
1 red pen
1 blue pen
index cards for vocabulary flash cards
1 box of #10 envelopes (keep home for tests and quizzes)
internet access to the website Quizlet

Prerequisite
Spanish II from KEYS or permission from the instructor

Supply Fee
$10 payable to the instructor on the first day of school

Ileana Delgado 9-6-2018 5-23-2019 Tue, Thur 10:30 am - 11:25 am 9-12 1 $53.00
ASL I A

ASL I A

Description
This high school course is an introduction to the study of the language of the Deaf (American Sign Language). ASL is a complete visual, gestural language capable of expressing every idea and emotion. The course emphasizes the use of space, facial expressions, and a wide sign vocabulary. In addition, Level 1 begins the study of ASL grammar and Deaf Culture, as well as an introduction to outreach ministries to the Deaf. Strategies include the study of ASL grammatical structures and syntax, teaming games, vocabulary builders, video exercises, Deaf guest speakers, performances, and outreach activities. Students younger than Grade 9 need instructor's approval to enroll.

Textbooks and Supply List
Signing Naturally Units 1-6 Student Set – ISBN: 978-1-58121-210-5

Prerequisite
None

Supply Fee
$10

R. Michael Ayers 9-6-2018 5-23-2019 Tue, Thur 10:30 am - 11:25 am 7-12 1 $53.00
Spanish I B

Spanish I B

Description
Spanish is the second most spoken language internationally. It is the official language of twenty-one countries, and it is spoken by over forty-five million people in the United States. Spanish I offers an introduction to the basic elements of the language –pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar. A foundation of the language will be established focusing on listening, reading, and vocabulary

Textbooks and Supply List
VISTAS (hardcover, 4th edition, 2012) by Vista Higher Learning, ISBN: 978-1-60576-881-6

2” three-ring binder with three dividers
lined loose-leaf paper
pencils with good erasers
2 black dry erase markers
1 red pen
1 blue pen
index cards for vocabulary flash cards
1 box of #10 envelopes (keep home for tests and quizzes)
internet access to the website Quizlet

Prerequisite
English grammar proficiency

Supply Fee
$10 payable to the instructor on the first day of school

Ileana Delgado 9-6-2018 5-23-2019 Tue, Thur 12:30 pm - 1:25 pm 8-12 2 $53.00
ASL I B

ASL I B

Description
This high school course is an introduction to the study of the language of the Deaf (American Sign Language). ASL is a complete visual, gestural language capable of expressing every idea and emotion. The course emphasizes the use of space, facial expressions, and a wide sign vocabulary. In addition, Level 1 begins the study of ASL grammar and Deaf Culture, as well as an introduction to outreach ministries to the Deaf. Strategies include the study of ASL grammatical structures and syntax, teaming games, vocabulary builders, video exercises, Deaf guest speakers, performances, and outreach activities. Students younger than Grade 9 need instructor's approval to enroll.

Textbooks and Supply List
Signing Naturally Units 1-6 Student Set – ISBN: 978-1-58121-210-5

Prerequisite
None None

Supply Fee
$10

Michael Ayers 9-6-2018 5-23-2019 Tue, Thur 1:30 pm - 2:25 pm 9-12 3 $53.00
Russian III

Russian III

Description
Over the course of the third year of Russian language study, students will build on the knowledge they have gained in levels I and II. The focus will be on the written language. Students will be developing their reading and writing skills to at least a medium level while continuing to improve their existing conversational skills.

Textbooks and Supply List
TBA

Prerequisite
Russian I and II

Supply Fee
TBA

Sveta Spear 9-6-2018 5-23-2019 Tue, Thur 1:30 pm - 2:25 pm 9-12 16 $53.00
Russian II

Russian II

Description
Over the course of the second year of Russian language study, students will work with more advanced grammar, with special focus on expansion of their active vocabulary and improvement of existing conversational skills. By the end of the year, students should reach medium reading and speaking level.

Textbooks and Supply List
Textbook GOLOSA 4th Edition
ISBN-13: 978-0131986282
Original reading texts – to be provided

Prerequisite

Supply Fee
$20

Sveta Spear 9-6-2018 5-23-2019 Tue, Thur 2:30 pm - 3:25 pm 7-12 15 $53.00