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The spanish national honor society

The Spanish National Honor Society, also known as La Sociedad, emphasizes academic excellence and global community service. For membership requirements, please see Mrs. Salazar in Rm. 806.

Spanish

Spanish 1 A/B

COURSE DESCRIPTION AND GOALS:

This basic course is structured for the student with little or no background in Spanish. The primary objective of Spanish IA/B is to offer students an opportunity to acquire communicative skills in Spanish while developing an awareness and appreciation of Latin-American and Iberian cultures. Students will learn and practice writing, reading, listening, and speaking in Spanish on a daily basis in the classroom. In addition, students are encouraged to continue practicing on their own in order to strengthen their academic goals and personal enrichment.


Spanish 3 A/B

COURSE DESCRIPTION AND GOALS:

This advanced course is structured for the student, who has completed Span. 1AB and Span. 2AB. The primary objective of Spanish 3A/B is to offer

students an opportunity to enhance their communicative skills in Spanish while continuing to develop awareness and appreciation of Latin-American

and Iberian cultures. Students will learn and practice advanced writing, reading, listening, and speaking in Spanish on a daily basis in the classroom. In addition, students are encouraged to continue practicing on their own in order to strengthen their academic goals and personal enrichment. 

 

Pre-requisite: successful passing of Spanish 1AB, Spanish 2AB


AP Spanish Language and Culture

To read more about AP Spanish Language and Culture, please click on the link below. For additional information see Mrs. Salazar. 

AP Spanish Language Info

Spanish 2 A/B

COURSE DESCRIPTION AND GOALS:

This intermediate course is structured for the student, who has completed Spanish IA & 1B. The primary objective of Spanish 2A/B is to offer

students an opportunity to further their communicative skills in Spanish while continuing to develop awareness and appreciation of Latin-American and Iberian cultures. Students  will learn and practice intermediate writing, reading, listening, and speaking in Spanish on a daily basis in the classroom. In addition, students are encouraged to continue practicing on their own in order to strengthen their academic goals and personal enrichment.
 

Pre-requisite: successful passing of Spanish 1A/B

 


Spanish for Native Speakers

These courses are developed to increase proficiency in communicating orally and in writing in Spanish according to the cultural practices of the countries and regions where Spanish is the official language: Spain, Mexico, Central and South America, The United States, the Caribbean islands of Cuba, Republica Dominicana and Puerto Rico. Native Speakers 1 is the equivalent of regular Spanish 1 and 2. Native Speakers 2 is the equivalent of Spanish 2 and 3. Students who successfully complete these courses are encouraged to advance to AP Spanish Language and AP Spanish Literature.


AP Spanish Literature

To read more about AP Spanish Literature, please click on the link below. For additional information, please see Mr. Ovalle or Mrs. Salazar.

 

AP Spanish Literature Info