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World Languages

Oklahoma Academic Standards serve as expectations for what students should know and be able to do by the end of the school year. These standards were written by Oklahomans for Oklahoma.

World Language Standards

Course Descriptions

Spanish I

In this course, the student will develop basic skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Emphasis is on building a strong vocabulary base and on the introduction of grammar and structure. Cultural aspects are presented through videos, reading, and class presentations. The students will also connect to other academic subjects such as math, science, and language arts using their knowledge of Spanish to access new information.

Spanish II

This course offers continuing practice of the communication skills acquired in the previous course through reading edited short literary and historical material. This course completes presentation of all usage of the subjunctive mood and the compound and literary tenses and increases student control of grammar. Students will understand native speakers conversing at normal speed. Students will connect to other academic subjects such as math, science, and language arts using their knowledge of Spanish to access new information. This course provides a base for Advanced Placement at the university level. Spanish is spoken in the classroom.

French I

This course introduces the student to the language, people of France, and their customs. Upon completing this course, the student will have been introduced to the présent, future proche, and passé composé tenses and should be able to carry on simple conversations with a French teacher or native speaker. In this class, listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills are all employed through the use of several instructional media: the teacher, the text and its workbook, computer programs and research, literature in both books and films, cultural experiences and music. The students will also connect to other academic subjects, such as math, science, and language arts using their knowledge of French to access new information.

French II

This course augments the student’s knowledge of the language, the people and their customs. Upon completing this course, the student will have been introduced to the imparfait, future, and conditional tenses and the subjunctive mood; the student should be able to carry on conversations with other French speakers. In the class, listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills are all employed through the use of several instructional media: the teacher, the text and its workbook, computer programs and research, literature in both books and films, cultural experiences and music. The students will also connect to other academic subjects, such as math, science, and language arts using their knowledge of French to access new information.

hIGH sCHOOL cOURSE oFFERINGS

  • Spanish I
  • Spanish II
  • French I 
  • French II