NCHS World Languages Department - Ms. Lauren Mattera
Duration: 2 Semesters
Prerequisite: Spanish 3/3H
Credit: 0.5 per semester
The fourth level of study reviews previously learned structures and continues to develop proficiency with an emphasis on practical oral and written communication. Language study is organized around more sophisticated thematic units encouraging expression of higher-level thinking. At this level, students are expected to perform at a higher level within every skill (listening, speaking, reading and writing) in accordance with the ACTFL guidelines (www.actfl.org). There is extensive use of web-based resources including film, audio, and communicative activities. Students will be taking the AAPPL proficiency test to support the attainment of the Seal of Biliteracy.
Text: Imagina, Imagina Web resources, film shorts included in Imagina program, full-length films.
Extra Help: Mondays: 2:05-2:45 PM or by appointment (email me to coordinate a time)