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French 2
French 2, a two-semester elective, continues the study of French through listening, speaking, reading and writing exercises. Class activities become increasingly dependent on verbal response and active listening. By the end of the year, most in-class speech is in French. Students learn verb tenses and study more sophisticated sentence structure. Cultural and geopolitical awareness of the French-speaking world is increased through videos, readings from authentic texts and music.
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World Culture Through Film
World Culture through Film will develop students’ abilities to critically read and respond to cinema from around the globe with an emphasis on rich awareness of culture through film. World Film Studies will expose students to the art of cinema through viewing, analyzing, reading about, and discussing important films, past and present, from different countries around the world. More information can be found in the <Link to Class Syllabus>

English 9 (Launch)
English 9 is a two-semester course required of all freshmen that improves writing, reading, speaking/listening, language and research skills as outlined in the Common Core State Standards for grade 9. Students read literary and informational texts; write essays in the informative/explanatory, argumentative and narrative modes; and participate in independent and group speaking/listening activities and research projects. Independent reading is required. More information can be found in the <Link to Class Syllabus>
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