SECONDARY COURSE CATALOG

Monday, 26 November 2018 17:08

American Sign Language 1

This introductory course is designed to teach students American Sign Language in order to communicate with individuals who are deaf through the use of American Sign Language. Students will learn various aspects of deaf culture and the evolution of American Sign Language. This class may fill the foreign language requirement at universities in Utah.
Monday, 26 November 2018 17:08

American Sign Language 2

This intermediate course continues instruction in using American Sign Language to communicate with deaf individuals. This class may fill the foreign language requirement at universities in Utah.
Monday, 26 November 2018 17:08

American Sign Language 3H

This advanced course continues instruction in American Sign Language. The course content focuses on the in-depth culture and grammar of American Sign Language. This class may fill the foreign language requirement at universities in Utah. This course will also prepare students to enter the Interpreter Training Program at Salt Lake Community College.
Monday, 26 November 2018 17:08

French 1

By the end of your first year of language study, you can understand, speak, read and write in French using basic lists of memorized words and phrases. You will be able to give personal information about yourself, your friends and your family. You can express your likes, dislikes, preferences and needs. You may begin to use the language for some daily functions such as giving directions and making purchases. An introduction to culture will also be embedded into the curriculum.
Monday, 26 November 2018 17:09

French 2

By the end of your second year of language study, you can understand and speak in French by using simple sentences, mostly in the present tense. You are able to begin participating in conversations, and ask a broader range of questions to get information you need in daily life such as buying clothes or ordering food at a bistro. You can read and write in the language as well, connecting longer strings of sentences into more unique and personal expression. You begin working on telling about your life in the past tense and projecting events in the future. The introduction to culture will also be embedded into the curriculum.
Monday, 26 November 2018 17:08

French 3 H

During your third year of language study, you will confidently be able to function if you were to travel to a place where only French is spoken. You can speak and write to express yourself and your personal needs of daily life. You are confident engaging in direct conversations about daily life, and can narrate and describe in past, present and future with good control. In your language study this year you explore ideas and concepts such as current issues of immigration, the environment, health or cultural diversity. This course is taught mostly in French.
Monday, 26 November 2018 17:08

French 4 H

French 4 Honors takes a holistic approach to language acquisition structured around the following themes: global challenges, science and technology, contemporary life, personal and public identities, families and communities, and beauty and aesthetics. This course strives to promote both fluency and accuracy in language with an emphasis on learning language structures in context and using them to construct and communicate meaning. To best facilitate the study of language and culture, this course is taught almost exclusively in French.
Monday, 26 November 2018 17:08

French Language and Culture AP

AP French Language and Culture takes a holistic approach to language acquisition and communication, expanding around the following themes: global challenges, science and technology, contemporary life, personal and public identities, families and communities, and beauty and aesthetics. This course strives to improve both fluency and accuracy in language with an emphasis on learning language structures in context and using them to construct and communicate meaning. To best facilitate the study of language and culture, this course is taught almost exclusively in French. University credit can be earned with a successful performance on the Advanced Placement exam.
Monday, 26 November 2018 17:08

German 1

By the end of your first year of language study, you can understand and speak in German using basic lists of memorized phrases. You can read and write in the language as well. You will be able to give personal information about yourself, your friends and your family. You can express your likes, dislikes, preferences and needs. You may begin to use the language for some daily functions such as giving directions and making purchases. An introduction to the culture will also be embedded into the curriculum.
Monday, 26 November 2018 17:08

German 2

By the end of your second year of language study, you can understand and speak in German using simple sentences, mostly in the present tense. You are able to begin participating in conversations, and ask a broader range of questions to get information you need in daily life such as buying clothes or ordering food at a restaurant. You can read and write in the language as well, connecting longer strings of sentences into more unique and personal expression. You begin working on telling about your life in the past tense and projecting events in the future. Culture will be embedded into the curriculum.
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