Foreign Language Courses (HS)

Graduation Requirements: minimum of three credits required within Grades 9-12; four credits recommended.

Students will take the first three years of their modern language in the same language; students wishing to switch from one language to another may do so after having successfully completed the third-year course. Students who pass a foreign language course but whose progress has not sufficiently prepared them for success in the next course will repeat the prior course. They will receive a foreign language credit for the retaken course and a generic core credit for the credit earned in the prior course. (Example: A student who earns a D in Spanish II in Grade 10 will repeat Spanish II in Grade 11 and then be required to complete Spanish III in Grade 12. The credits in Grades 9, 11, and 12 count for the three required credits and the credit in Grade 10 counts as a generic core credit toward the overall requirement of 20 core credits.)

French

FL 0911 French I

The students will begin working on speaking, reading, listening to and writing French. In this first year, students learn how to accomplish basic tasks in French, using all four of the abovementioned skills. In addition, the students can expect to begin learning about France and the French, as well as French-speaking people around the world.

FL 1011 French II

Using the four skills necessary for proficiency speaking, listening, reading, and writing students continue to learn about the French-speaking world and continue to work on being able to communicate in daily interactive situations. There will be an increasing emphasis on oral proficiency this second year.
Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in French I or by placement exam

FL 1111 French III (Dual Enrollment option equivalent of French 101-102)

Using all four proficiency skills speaking, listening, reading and writing students will continue their study of grammar and the Francophone world. There will be an increasing emphasis on writing as well as on oral work.
Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in French II or by placement exam.  Dual enrollment fee: TBD

FL 1211 French IV

The course is conducted primarily in French with the goal of attaining proficiency in the areas of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. English should rarely be used in the classroom. Through various activities, students will expand vocabulary, develop better writing skills, hone listening ability, engage in discussions of literature, and view and discuss films, all in the target language.
Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in French III or by placement exam.  May be offered as a dual enrollment program if it is offered at Coconino Community College in 2020-2021 academic year. 

Spanish

FL 0931 Spanish I

Spanish I provides the fundamentals of pronunciation, basic vocabulary, and grammar, providing the foundations that satisfy basic social situations. By the end of the course, students will have a working knowledge of the present indicative tense of the language. Students will develop basic communication skills in reading, writing and speaking in Spanish. Students are also introduced to different cultures and traditions of the Spanish speaking world.

FL 1031 Spanish II

Spanish II builds on the basics of pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar learned in Spanish I. The class is designed to help students acquire the skills necessary to satisfy routine social demands. Students continue to master the present and preterit tenses, as well as being introduced to the appropriate usage of imperfect and progressive tenses. Students will strengthen their communicative skills for reading, writing, speaking and listening, with an emphasis on daily interactive situations in Spanish. Students will also gain a wider knowledge of the cultures of the Spanish speaking world.
Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in Spanish I or by placement exam

FL 1131 Spanish III (Dual Enrollment option equivalent of Spanish 101-102)

Spanish III emphasizes oral proficiency, as well as reading and writing with the goal of satisfying social demands and limited work requirements. Students begin mastering the preterit and imperfect tenses, as well as the subjunctive mood and perfect tenses. Students continue to learn about Spanish speaking cultures as well as have a chance to encounter Hispanic cultures first hand by participating in a Hispanic Immersion experience.
Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in Spanish II or by placement exam.  Dual enrollment fee: TBD

FL 1231 Spanish IV (Dual Enrollment option equivalent of Spanish 201-202)

Spanish IV emphasizes speaking, listening, reading and writing proficiency, as the class is conducted almost exclusively in Spanish. Students master all previous tenses. New grammar structures include the future and conditional tenses, as well as the past subjunctive. Students also study various forms of literature, film, and music of the Spanish-speaking world. By course end, students should have the skills necessary to satisfy social demands, including more abstract conversations involving social and political world issues and aspects of Hispanic cultures.
Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in Spanish III or by placement exam.  Dual enrollment fee: TBD