Santa Barbara Unified School District

La Cumbre Junior High School Foreign Language Courses (Show all schools)

Grades: 7-12; La Colina Junior High School; La Cumbre Junior High School; San Marcos High School; Santa Barbara High School; Santa Barbara Junior High School; Goleta Valley Junior High School; Dos Pueblos High School; Alta Vista Alternative High School

This course stresses spoken interaction in daily life settings, and an initiation to the cultural specifities of the francophone world.It features an integrated audio and video program, online resources, which are all designed to encourage cooperative learning strategies. This introductory course also offers an introduction to linguistics.

Transcript title and course number: French 1 P 100100

Grades: 7-12; La Colina Junior High School; La Cumbre Junior High School; San Marcos High School; Santa Barbara High School; Santa Barbara Junior High School; Dos Pueblos High School; Alta Vista Alternative High School

French 2 provides students with a strong linguistic base for communication. It features fully integrated video, authentic listening materials, access to online enrichment activities, and varied reading materials. It provides opportunities for self-expression, cooperative learning activities,and a development of global awareness by exploring the multi-cultural perspectives of the francophone world.

Transcript title and course number: French 2 P 100105

Grades: 7-8; La Colina Junior High School; La Cumbre Junior High School; Santa Barbara Junior High School; Goleta Valley Junior High School

Recommended for college bound students as well as career-minded students. This introductory first year Spanish course is designed to develop competency and confidence in the skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in Spanish. Students are expected to participate with a considerable amount of discussion, reading and writing on a variety of topics. Class is taught in Spanish.

Transcript title and course number: Span Natv 1 P 834420

Grades: 7-12; La Colina Junior High School; La Cumbre Junior High School; San Marcos High School; Santa Barbara High School; Santa Barbara Junior High School; Goleta Valley Junior High School; Dos Pueblos High School; La Cuesta Continuation High School; Alta Vista Alternative High School

1st year course: Recommended for college bound students as well as career-minded students. Introductory course that presents the basic elements of Spanish and the various cultures. Students begin the sequential development of skills needed to speak, read, write and understand a foreign language. Grammatical concepts covered are present tense through simple preterite tense. No previous knowledge of Spanish required.

Transcript title and course number: Spanish 1 P 100130

Grades: 7-12; La Colina Junior High School; La Cumbre Junior High School; San Marcos High School; Santa Barbara High School; Santa Barbara Junior High School; Goleta Valley Junior High School; Dos Pueblos High School

2nd year course: Students begin to develop competency in the Spanish skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing. Language is used for more meaningful communication. Grammar reviews all tenses that students are learning. Intensive study of grammar, as well as reading and writing activities. Students are expected to do a considerable amount of discussion, reading and writing on a variety of topics. Class is taught in Spanish.

Transcript title and course number: Spanish 2 Nativ P 100145

Grades: 7-12; La Colina Junior High School; La Cumbre Junior High School; San Marcos High School; Santa Barbara High School; Santa Barbara Junior High School; Goleta Valley Junior High School; Dos Pueblos High School; Alta Vista Alternative High School

2nd year course: Continuation of study in the Spanish language class is conducted at least 50% in Spanish. The ability to understand and speak the foreign language is further developed through the introduction of additional vocabulary and grammar. Recommended for college bound students. Grammar begins with simple preterite tense through subjunctive tenses. Includes more intensive reading, writing, listening and comprehension activities. Students should be able to carry on a simple conversation and read effectively with a dictionary.

Transcript title and course number: Spanish 2 P 100135