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BEGINNING SPANISH LITERACY 7860

Course Goals:
1.

To engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions,
and exchange opinions. [1]

2.

To understand and interpret written language on a variety of topics. [2]

3.

To understand and interpret spoken language on a variety of topics. [2]

4.

To present information, concepts, and ideas in the target language orally. [3]

5.

To present information, concepts, and ideas in the target language in writing. [3]

6.

To understand the relationship between the products and perspectives of the culture(s)
studied. [5]

7.

To understand the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the culture(s)
studied. [4]

8.

To reinforce and further students knowledge of other disciplines through the target language.
[6]

9.

To acquire information and recognize the distinctive viewpoints that are only available through
materials in the target language. [7]

10.

To understand the nature of language through comparisons of the target language with
English and/or the students first language. [8]

11.

To understand cultural similarities and differences. [9]

12.

To use the target language in and outside of school. [10]

13.

To develop an interest in continuing the study of the target language for personal enjoyment
and enrichment. [11]

Approved November 2002, revised May 2007, November 2012, November 2014.
IDPL-FOR-SG-7860/6620