1 credit Two semesters Grade Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Pre-requisites: None Major Requirement or Projects: Biography Project (Second Semester) Description: Spanish I introduces the students to the oral and written language. The student also become acquainted with Spanish speaking countries culture. This is a weighted course that will require comprehensive finals and completion of a course project or research paper.
1 credit
Two semesters
Grade Level: 10, 11, 12
Pre-requisites: Recommend C- average or higher from previous level.
Major requirements or projects: Planning a vacation
Description: Spanish II the student continues the development of oral and written communication through the use of conversation, text, CD, DVD and Internet. The students read some short literary selections and continue the study of Spanish-speaking countries culture. There is emphasis on grammar through guided and independent practice. This is a weighted course that will require comprehensive finals and completion of a course project or research paper.
1 credit
Two semesters
•Grade level: 11, 12
•Pre-requisites: Recommend C- average or higher from previous level.
•Major requirements or projects: Children Illustrated Short Story
•Description: In Spanish III, sudents continue acquiring proficiency in all four language skills - listening, speaking, reading and writing - with emphasis on the ability to interact orally and in writing. They communicate using present, future and past tenses.
•Students read fiction as well as non-fiction.

Saint Louis University--Students can enroll during Spring Semester in 1818 Program to receive 3 credit hours: Spanish 110
1 credit
Two semesters
Grade Level: 11, 12
Pre-requisites: Completed Spanish 3 with a minimum of a C.
Major Requirements or projects: a) Comprehensive Semester Exam that tests the students listening, reading, writing, speaking and syntax skills;
b) Research project.
Description: Students continue acquiring proficiency in all four language skills - listening, speaking, reading and writing - with emphasis on the ability to interact orally and in writing. They communicate using tenses learned in previous years and the new forms.
Students read fiction as well as non-fiction.

Saint Louis University--Students can enroll in 1818 Program in the Fall Semester to receive 3 credit hours: Spanish 115, and during Spring Semester to get 3 credit hours: Spanish 220

Course Description Spanish Culture is an exploratory course in which students will learn to understand the meaning of culture through hands-on activities and learning experiences as well as comparison with their own culture. Some of the cultural aspects addressed in this class include arts and crafts, social manners, traditional foods and eating habits, music and dance, and holidays in Spanish-speaking countries. Students will also learn basic Spanish vocabulary and phrases.
In the History of Spanish-speaking countries, students will learn about the origin of languages, the development of the Spanish language, and the historical background of the countries where Spanish became the native or second language.