Curriculum Guide
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Curriculum Guide

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Mandarin, Grade 6

The 6th grade students are going to review lessons have taken before, and they will keep learning phonetic and writing system (including Chinese radicals and strokes). The course continues to learn the Chinese language and culture with themes and subjects that are relevant to their daily lives. The course focuses on students becoming fluent speakers, more sophisticated listeners through building reading comprehension and the creation of short essays. The online lessons and activities will mak... Read More
Posted by Steven Russell at Aug 16

Spanish, Grade 6

In 6th grade, students will focus on the three modes of communication-interpersonal, presentational, and interpretive. Students learn how to say what they like and do not like to do, where they are from, describe themselves and others, identify people and things, how they feel, what must do, how often they do it, classes, classroom objects and daily schedules They are able to discuss a range of topics such as their favorite activities, their family and friends, celebrations, and vacation plan... Read More
Posted by Steven Russell at Aug 16

French, Grade 6

The MYP French Grade 6 course allows the students to develop a basic level of French language acquisition and explore the cultures of French-speaking countries. Lessons will include grammatical structures, commonly used vocabulary, idiomatic expressions, and pronunciation. Instruction focuses on the development of the students' speaking, writing, reading, and listening skills in French. The year is organized into main units such as: greetings, hobbies, school life, weather and time, family an... Read More
Posted by Steven Russell at Aug 16