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Foreign Language

The Foreign Language Program consists of Spanish I and Spanish II, Spanish III and Spanish Literature.All courses are designed in instructional sequence with the goal of increasing the listening, speaking, reading and writing in Spanish through a variety of activities, materials, and the use of technology.

The Spanish curriculum includes an overview of Hispanic culture and history. The continuation through the program from will take students from novice levels of communications through more proficient levels of communication and comprehension.  Placement in courses is dependent on student’s language ability and previous course experience.

 

Foreign Language

Grade 9

 

1802 – SPANISH I CP1 (Gr 9, 10, 11, 12) 1 CREDIT

Spanish I is designed for students who wish to apply to colleges that have a foreign language entrance requirement. The course is a combination of grammar-based and communication-based programs that integrate material applicable to the world of work. In addition to vocabulary and grammar exercises, students also have ample opportunity to practice speaking Spanish through dialogues and question-and-answer exercises. A limited introduction is given to Spanish and Latin American cultures. This course adheres to standards set forth in the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks.

1822 – SPANISH III CP1 (Gr 9, 10, 11, 12) 1 CREDIT

The skills learned in Spanish I and II are put to extensive use via more complex grammar structure and the reading of short stories to develop vocabulary. At this level, students should be able to communicate well in all forms of Spanish, including writing short stories, reading some famous Spanish literary works, and having conversations in Spanish.

1852 – SPANISH LITERATURE CP 1 (Gr 9, 10, 11, 12) 1 CREDIT

This course is for students who are proficient in Spanish and who are looking to expand their language base with literature and literary analysis. Students will read and write literary responses in Spanish.

Grade 10

1802 – SPANISH I CP1 (Gr 9, 10, 11, 12) 1 CREDIT

Spanish I is designed for students who wish to apply to colleges that have a foreign language entrance requirement. The course is a combination of grammar-based and communication-based programs that integrate material applicable to the world of work. In addition to vocabulary and grammar exercises, students also have ample opportunity to practice speaking Spanish through dialogues and question-and-answer exercises. A limited introduction is given to Spanish and Latin American cultures. This course adheres to standards set forth in the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks.

1822 – SPANISH III CP1 (Gr 9, 10, 11, 12) 1 CREDIT

The skills learned in Spanish I and II are put to extensive use via more complex grammar structure and the reading of short stories to develop vocabulary. At this level, students should be able to communicate well in all forms of Spanish, including writing short stories, reading some famous Spanish literary works, and having conversations in Spanish.

1852 – SPANISH LITERATURE CP 1 (Gr 9, 10, 11, 12) 1 CREDIT

This course is for students who are proficient in Spanish and who are looking to expand their language base with literature and literary analysis. Students will read and write literary responses in Spanish.

1812 – SPANISH II CP1 (Gr 10, 11, 12) 1 CREDIT

Spanish II, a continuation of Spanish I, is designed for students who wish to apply to colleges that have a foreign language entrance requirement. The review material is expanded and enhanced. Also, emphasis is placed on students increasing their vocabulary, grammar, writing, speaking, and listening skills. As in Spanish I, consideration is given to the study of Spanish and Latin American culture and histories. This course adheres to standards set forth in the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks. This course is appropriate for students who have completed Spanish I and II, or who are native Spanish speakers that are looking to take a language class. This class is also appropriate for graduates of Framingham’s two-way immersion program.

Grade 11

1802 – SPANISH I CP1 (Gr 9, 10, 11, 12) 1 CREDIT

Spanish I is designed for students who wish to apply to colleges that have a foreign language entrance requirement. The course is a combination of grammar-based and communication-based programs that integrate material applicable to the world of work. In addition to vocabulary and grammar exercises, students also have ample opportunity to practice speaking Spanish through dialogues and question-and-answer exercises. A limited introduction is given to Spanish and Latin American cultures. This course adheres to standards set forth in the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks.

1822 – SPANISH III CP1 (Gr 9, 10, 11, 12) 1 CREDIT

The skills learned in Spanish I and II are put to extensive use via more complex grammar structure and the reading of short stories to develop vocabulary. At this level, students should be able to communicate well in all forms of Spanish, including writing short stories, reading some famous Spanish literary works, and having conversations in Spanish.

1852 – SPANISH LITERATURE CP 1 (Gr 9, 10, 11, 12) 1 CREDIT

This course is for students who are proficient in Spanish and who are looking to expand their language base with literature and literary analysis. Students will read and write literary responses in Spanish.

1812 – SPANISH II CP1 (Gr 10, 11, 12) 1 CREDIT

Spanish II, a continuation of Spanish I, is designed for students who wish to apply to colleges that have a foreign language entrance requirement. The review material is expanded and enhanced. Also, emphasis is placed on students increasing their vocabulary, grammar, writing, speaking, and listening skills. As in Spanish I, consideration is given to the study of Spanish and Latin American culture and histories. This course adheres to standards set forth in the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks. This course is appropriate for students who have completed Spanish I and II, or who are native Spanish speakers that are looking to take a language class. This class is also appropriate for graduates of Framingham’s two-way immersion program.

Grade 12

1802 – SPANISH I CP1 (Gr 9, 10, 11, 12) 1 CREDIT

Spanish I is designed for students who wish to apply to colleges that have a foreign language entrance requirement. The course is a combination of grammar-based and communication-based programs that integrate material applicable to the world of work. In addition to vocabulary and grammar exercises, students also have ample opportunity to practice speaking Spanish through dialogues and question-and-answer exercises. A limited introduction is given to Spanish and Latin American cultures. This course adheres to standards set forth in the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks.

1822 – SPANISH III CP1 (Gr 9, 10, 11, 12) 1 CREDIT

The skills learned in Spanish I and II are put to extensive use via more complex grammar structure and the reading of short stories to develop vocabulary. At this level, students should be able to communicate well in all forms of Spanish, including writing short stories, reading some famous Spanish literary works, and having conversations in Spanish.

1852 – SPANISH LITERATURE CP 1 (Gr 9, 10, 11, 12) 1 CREDIT

This course is for students who are proficient in Spanish and who are looking to expand their language base with literature and literary analysis. Students will read and write literary responses in Spanish.

1812 – SPANISH II CP1 (Gr 10, 11, 12) 1 CREDIT

Spanish II, a continuation of Spanish I, is designed for students who wish to apply to colleges that have a foreign language entrance requirement. The review material is expanded and enhanced. Also, emphasis is placed on students increasing their vocabulary, grammar, writing, speaking, and listening skills. As in Spanish I, consideration is given to the study of Spanish and Latin American culture and histories. This course adheres to standards set forth in the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks. This course is appropriate for students who have completed Spanish I and II, or who are native Spanish speakers that are looking to take a language class. This class is also appropriate for graduates of Framingham’s two-way immersion program.

Foreign Language Faculty Contact Information

Marcio Sabo

Teacher