• Español I

    • Spanish I covers the basics of talking about people, family, ages, likes and dislikes, what you do in school, after school, and for vacations. Students start with basic greetings and progress to writing their own sentences in the target language. Learning a language is not easy for some students and it takes longer for some students than for others.
    • Spanish I contains 8 units.

    Español II

    • Spanish II covers an extension of the basics. The course extends to learning to give directions, commands, ordering food, bargaining, body parts, things to do around the house, planning parties, and talking about activities that have happened in the past.
    • Spanish II contains 8 units. The first unit is a review and placement unit. The next 7 units are grammar and vocabulary based beginning from the point your placement unit has placed you.