Chinese 1Course Description about Chinese 1
The goal of the Modern Languages Department is to promote proficiency in all four language acquisition skills — reading, writing, listening, and speaking — as well as a better understanding of the history and culture associated with the language of study. Our range of language courses prepare our students to succeed in an increasingly connected world.
12 credits of a foreign language are required, which equates to 2 full years of Modern Languages courses.
Modern Languages Courses
Chinese 2Course Description about Chinese 2
Chinese 3Course Description about Chinese 3
Chinese 4Course Description about Chinese 4
Chinese 5Course Description about Chinese 5
French 1Course Description about French 1
French 2Course Description about French 2
French 3Course Description about French 3
French 4Course Description about French 4
French 4 Honors and French 5: Actualités, Cinéma, et EnvironnementCourse Description about French 4 Honors and French 5: Actualités, Cinéma, et Environnement
Spanish 1Course Description about Spanish 1
Spanish 2Course Description about Spanish 2
Spanish 2 HonorsCourse Description about Spanish 2 Honors
Spanish 3Course Description about Spanish 3
Spanish 3 HonorsCourse Description about Spanish 3 Honors
Spanish 4Course Description about Spanish 4
Spanish 4 Honors and Spanish 5: Spanish Language and Experiential ArtCourse Description about Spanish 4 Honors and Spanish 5: Spanish Language and Experiential Art
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The most rewarding part of teaching a foreign language is watching the interactions between my students. I love seeing their progress and enthusiasm as they genuinely enjoy using the language.
Josh Frost ’04, Modern Language Department Chair
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Modern Languages Department Chair, Spanish Teacher