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World Languages

Spanish 1                                                       


Grade Level: 9-12    RBV Graduation: World Language & Elective     UC/CSU A-G: “E”


Prerequisite: None                                        

Spanish 1 is a beginning course that develops the four communication skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing with basic vocabulary and grammar. Oral and written exercises, both individually and in groups, provide practice to develop these skills.  Spanish 1 is not intended for fluent native Spanish speakers.

 

 

Spanish 2                                                       


Grade Level: 9-12    RBV Graduation: World Language & Elective     UC/CSU A-G: “E”


Prerequisite: Successful completion of Spanish 1

Spanish 2 further develops the four communication skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing with basic vocabulary, grammar, and idiomatic expressions. Students will increase their vocabulary and ability to use it in progressively more complicated structures. Individual and group oral and written exercises help increase the creative ability to use the language.                                        

 

 

Spanish 3                                                       


Grade Level: 9-12    RBV Graduation: World Language & Elective     UC/CSU A-G: “E”


Prerequisite: Successful completion of Spanish 2

Spanish 3 is designed to further develop the four communication skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing with basic vocabulary, grammar, and idiomatic expressions. Students will increase their vocabulary and ability to use it in progressively more complicated structures, reinforcing their ability to use previously learned material.

 

 

AP Spanish Language 4                                            


Grade Level: 10-12    RBV Graduation: World Language & Elective   UC/CSU A-G: “E”


Prerequisite: Successful completion of Spanish 3

AP Spanish 4 refines the skills required for advanced work equivalent to a third year college level course and for the AP Language examination. Extensive reading, writing, and speaking practice increases the competency level to that required on the AP examination. Selected literary works are analyzed.

 

 

AP Spanish Literature 5                                                     


Grade Level: 10-12    RBV Graduation: World Language & Elective   UC/CSU A-G: “E”


Prerequisite: Successful completion of AP Spanish Language  

AP Spanish Literature is a college-level advanced Spanish course designed to prepare students to take the Advanced Placement Spanish Literature examination. Students will be expected to discuss the literature, interpret themes, and make comparative analyses of the literature in writing.

 

 

Spanish for Spanish Speakers 1                                         


Grade Level: 9-12    RBV Graduation: World Language & Elective     UC/CSU A-G: “E”


Prerequisite: Native or Fluent Spanish Speaker   

Spanish for Spanish Speakers 1 is a beginning course for fluent native Spanish speakers will help to strengthen the student’s native language, focusing on reading comprehension, grammar and writing skills.  Successful completion of this course with a “C” or better meets the 2 year minimum requirement for the UC/CSU A-G subject area “D”.

 

 

Spanish for Spanish Speakers 2                                         


Grade Level: 9-12    RBV Graduation: World Language & Elective     UC/CSU A-G: “E”


Prerequisite: Successful completion of Spanish for Spanish Speaker 1   

Spanish for Spanish Speakers 2 continues the fundamentals that were taught at level 1 and is designed to further develop Spanish language skills through speaking, listening, reading and writing.

 

 

French 1                                                         


Grade Level: 9-12    RBV Graduation: World Language & Elective     UC/CSU A-G: “E”


Prerequisite: None

French 1 is a beginning course that develops the four communication skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing with basic vocabulary, grammar, and idiomatic expressions. Individual and group oral and written exercises provide practice to develop these skills.

 

 

French 2


Grade Level: 9-12    RBV Graduation: World Language & Elective     UC/CSU A-G: “E”


Prerequisite: Successful completion of French 1

French 2 is a course designed to further develop the four communication skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing with an increased vocabulary, more complicated grammatical structures, and idiomatic expressions.

 

 

French 3


Grade Level: 9-12    RBV Graduation: World Language & Elective     UC/CSU A-G: “E”


Prerequisite: Successful completion of French 2

French 3 prepares the student for more advanced work in French structure, communication, and competency. Reading and writing practice is more extensive. The creative ability to use the language orally and in writing is stressed.

 

 

AP French Language 4


Grade Level: 10-12    RBV Graduation: World Language & Elective   UC/CSU A-G: “E”


Prerequisite: Successful completion of French 3

AP French Language prepares the student for college level work and the Advanced Placement Exam. Extensive reading, writing, speaking and listening increase the student’s mastery of the language and preparation for the AP French Language Exam.  

 

 

American Sign Language 1


Grade Level: 9-12    RBV Graduation: World Language & Elective     UC/CSU A-G: “E” or “G”


Prerequisite: None

American Sign Language 1 is an introductory course to American Sign Language as it is used within the deaf culture. Instruction includes a beginning level vocabulary, the basic structure of the language, as well as an introduction to the history and culture of deaf people.

 

 

American Sign Language 2


Grade Level: 9-12    RBV Graduation: World Language & Elective     UC/CSU A-G: “E”


Prerequisite: Successful completion of American Sign Language 1

American Sign Language 2 continues the study of the language and culture, builds receptive and expressive sign vocabulary and uses of signing space.  It includes  further use of non-manual components of ASL.

 

 

American Sign Language 3


Grade Level: 9-12    RBV Graduation: World Language & Elective     UC/CSU A-G: “E”


Prerequisite: Successful completion of American Sign Language 2

American Sign Language 3 builds upon knowledge and skills learned in ASL levels 1 and 2 and seek to fulfill the level 3 California State Content Standards for World Languages. The course applies knowledge of American Sign Language (ASL) grammar and vocabulary to the description of increasingly complex constructs, processes and situations.

 

 

American Sign Language 4


Grade Level: 10-12    RBV Graduation: World Language & Elective   UC/CSU A-G: “E”


Prerequisite: Successful completion of American Sign Language 3

American Sign Language 4 expands upon information and skills learned in the first three levels and will focus primarily on the following: significant historical figures and events, and cultural norms.