CURRICULUM FAIR, 2014 FINAL

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WORLD LANGUAGES, 2014:

WORLD LANGUAGES, 2014

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Srta. Kimmel- SP II Sra. Sears – SP I & III

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We utilize cross curricular activities ( MATH, HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY, MUSIC, ART ).

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Student made audio files – third day of class

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Created by C. Pierce, SP III, fall 2013

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Spanish I is a basic introduction to the language. It is like starting kindergarten again but this time in Spanish. We use songs, games, DVDs, CDs, the Internet and other resources to guide students in learning the language. Spanish I is a college prep class and is rigorous.

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Students are required to complete nightly homework assignments, attend class everyday and PARTICIPATE. The only way to learn to speak the language is by DOING. Students will also learn to read, write and listen to authentic speakers of Spanish. This is a fun class but very demanding.

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Spanish II builds on what was taught in Spanish I. Students will have more intense grammar study in this level. It is imperative that students attend class daily and participate. Homework is also a requirement for success in this course. Students will enhance their knowledge of Spanish during this level.

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It is STRONGLY recommended that these two courses be taken back-to-back (no gaps between studies). Spanish II is necessary for those students attending a four-year college/university in NC.

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Students who are planning to take Spanish should have a great attendance record, high scores in English and reading and be ready to present in front of others.

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Foreign Language Graduation Requirement & Frequently Asked Question 1. What is the requirement? GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS (State Board of Education Policy GCS-N-004) Two credits in the same second language or demonstration of proficiency in a language other than English as determined by the LEA

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2 . When did it become effective? For high school graduation: Effective for ninth graders entering for the first time 2000-2001 and graduating in Spring 2004 For university admission: Fall 2004

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Foreign Language Requirements – UNC System Students headed to University of North Carolina system campuses in the next decade will have to prove they're better prepared for college by taking more foreign language and advanced math in high school .

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The UNC Board of Governors approved a proposal to raise the minimum requirements for admission at the 16 campuses. The plan requires all entering freshmen to have completed two years of a foreign language starting in 2004 and four years of math starting in 2006 .

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The UNC Board of Governor removed the suggestion that one of the two units be taken in the senior year. It just requires two units of a language other than English. Some colleges and universities are already giving preference to students with advanced levels (III and up) of foreign language study.

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http://seclang.ncwiseowl.org/policy___legislation/foreign_language_graduation_requirements/

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