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Languages other than English (LOTE)

  • French I

    A beginning French course for those students who have had little or no previous instruction in French. The course follows the New York State Syllabus for Modern Languages and emphasizes a communicative approach in which vocabulary and grammatical structures are taught in such a way as to be used in practical situations or to accomplish special functions. Students will also acquire a knowledge, understanding and appreciation of France and French-speaking nations.
  • French II

    This course continues the syllabus begun in First Year French and emphasizes a communicative approach in which vocabulary and grammatical structures are taught in such a way as to be used in practical situations or to accomplish special functions. Students will also acquire a knowledge, understanding and appreciation of France and French-speaking nations.
  • French III

    This course completes the New York State Syllabus and emphasizes a communicative approach in which vocabulary and grammatical structures are taught in such a way as to be used in practical situations or to accomplish special functions. Students will also acquire a knowledge, understanding and appreciation of France and French-speaking nations. Short stories and film scripts will be studied.
  • French IV UHS

    College level course for students who have been introduced to basic vocabulary and grammar structures in previous French courses and are ready to further develop their reading ability and their conversation and writing skills. Reading selections range from magazine and newspaper articles to film scripts, short stories, plays and novels. Students can opt to be part of the University in the High School Program through which they receive 4 college credits for this course.
  • French V UHS

    This course is a continuation of Fourth Year French. Reading selections range from magazine and newspaper articles to film scripts, short stories, plays and novels. Students can again opt to be part of the University in the High School Program and receive 4 college credits for this course.
  • Spanish I

    A beginning Spanish course for those students who have had little or no previous instruction in Spanish. The course follows the New York State Syllabus for Modern Languages and emphasizes a communicative approach in which vocabulary and grammatical structures are taught in such a way as to be used in practical situations or to accomplish special functions. Students will also acquire a knowledge, understanding and appreciation of Spain and other Spanish-speaking nations.
  • Spanish II

    This course continues the syllabus begun in First Year Spanish and emphasizes a communicative approach in which vocabulary and grammatical structures are taught in such a way as to be used in practical situations or to accomplish special functions. Students will also acquire a knowledge, understanding and appreciation of Spain and other Spanish-speaking nations.
  • Spanish III

    This course completes the New York State Syllabus and emphasizes a communicative approach in which vocabulary and grammatical structures are taught in such a way as to be used in practical situations or to accomplish special functions. Students will also acquire a knowledge, understanding and appreciation of Spain and other Spanish-speaking nations.
  • Spanish IV

    This course focuses on communication through vocabulary and grammar review with emphasis on Hispanic culture. Students will be exposed to all aspects of the Spanish language: listening, speaking, reading and writing
  • Spanish IV UHS

    College-level course for students who have been introduced to basic vacabulary and grammar structures in previous Spanish courses and are ready to further develop their reading ability and their conversation and writing skills. Reading selections include short stories, plays and novels. Students can opt to be part of the University in the High School Program through which they receive 4 college credits for this course.
  • Spanish V UHS

    This course is a continuation of Fourth Year Spanish. Reading selections include short stories, plays and novels. Students can again opt to be part of the University in the High School Program and receive 4 college credits for this course.

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