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LOTE Department Goals

Students will build their language skills through daily speaking, listening, reading and writing activities at school and at home. The grammar and vocabulary learned in previous levels will be reviewed and fine-tuned for a greater understanding of concepts as the students continue through the program.

Competitive colleges and the HPHS Alpha Plus Diploma require three years of the same language. Most colleges and the HPHS Alpha Diploma require only two years of the same language. Many studies have shown that no other course strengthens a student's command of English more than a foreign language. Foreign language students score higher on college entrance exams. The focus is the development of proficiency in the authentic use and in oral proficiency in particular. All languages carry a significant cultural component.

Students who study modern language through Level 2 will have knowledge of a language and culture that permits them to understand, speak, read, and write at a level sufficient to function in familiar social and limited work situations. Students who continue their study through Level 3 or higher will further develop their skills in conversation and will be able to interact with native speakers in spoken communication. Students in Level 3 and above will be introduced to literature and composition.

Resources

Spanish 1 - 3 standard and honors classes                          Autentico 1 - 3

Spanish 4 - 5                                                                            Que chevre  4 - 5

Spanish 4AP                                                                            Temas

Spanish 5AP                                                                            Momentos cumbres and College                                                                                                                           Board AP material

French 1 - 3                                                                             Bien Dit  1 - 3

French 4/4AP                                                                          Themes and College Board AP

Latin                                                                                        

Chinese

                                                                                               

 

 

 

                       

Tutorial Schedules
 
Caron (Latin1, 2, 3 Honors)                 EN209. Monday by appointment, Tue and Thur 3:30 - 4:00 
 
Dearman (Spanish 3)                          SC110.  Monday - Friday 7:40 - 8:00
 
Diaz. (French)                                      ES103  Tuesday - Thursdays 7:30 - 800 
Krieger  (Spanish 2)                             ES104 Tuesday 7:15 - 8:00, Thursday 3:30  - 4:15  
Moises  (Spanish 2Honors, 4AP, 5 AP)  ES108  Tuesday 3:30 - 4: 00, Thurs, Friday 7:30 - 8:00
Plemons   (Spanish 3)                         ES102   Monday - Friday 7:30  - 8:00, PM appointment 
Rasmussen (Latin)                              WC209  Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30 - 4:00       
Rinaldi (Spanish 3 Honors, 4, 5)        ES106 Mon and Thurs 3:35 - 4:10, AM appointment 
Schrimpf (Spanish 1, 2, 2 Honors)     ES 108 Mondays and Fridays 3:30 - 4:00, Weds  7:30 - 8:00
Still (Spanish 2)                                  ES105 Tues 3:30 - 4, Thursdays and Fridays 7:30 - 8:00
Wu ( Chinese)                                    WC101 Tuesday - Thursday 3:30 - 4:00
 
     
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