Spanish I introduces the student to the language and cultures of Spanish-speaking countries by listening to the spoken language, participating in oral and written exercises, learning basic grammatical constructions and basic conversations.
Spanish II is a continuation of the basic skills presented in Spanish I. Reading, comprehension and communication skills are further developed and greater emphasis is placed on writing skills. Prerequisite: Spanish I
Spanish III reviews and emphasizes skills taught in Spanish II. The finer points of grammar and more complex vocabulary are studied. There is a greater emphasis placed on comprehension and communication skills through reading, writing, listening, and speaking activities. The diverse Hispanic cultures are also studied through art, food, literature, and music. Prerequisite: Spanish II
Spanish IV is a continuation of Spanish III with further development of comprehension and communication skills through reading, writing, listening, and speaking activities. Within these activities, complex grammatical structures and vocabulary are reinforced. The diverse Hispanic cultures are also studied through food, history, literature, and music. Prerequisite: Spanish III
Latin I exposes students to the Latin language and culture, emphasizing basic grammar and syntax, simple vocabulary, and the influence of Latin on current English words. Students will be able to read and write in Latin on a basic level.