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1 77111 French I (R) 1 credit Gr: /8 French I (R) online Description: The beginning course emphasizes communication, especially listening and speaking skills, in relevant contexts. The course uses the functional approach that relates each grammar point to its function or role in communication. Students are presented with opportunities to learn cultural customs and practices from the contexts of the activities French II (R) 1 credit Gr: /90 French II (R) online Prerequisite: French I Description: The course is the continuation of the basic French program. Using a function-oriented approach combined with a grammar sequence, the course broadens the student's ability to communicate in French in a variety of contexts. Students will increase their knowledge of French culture, art, and history and develop an awareness of a culture that is different from their own /45 Beginning French (DC) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: French II and satisfy Dual Credit enrollment criteria Description: This college-level course includes oral practice, reading, writing, grammar and culture studies. Students are expected to acquire a substantial amount of vocabulary and begin to work with and implement idiomatic language and more advanced syntax. This course may offer credit for high school French III as well as college credit through DCCCD. *Dual Credit courses address learning objectives at greater depth and faster pace along with higher expectations for student performance PreAP French III (H) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: French II Description: This course emphasizes the use of language for communication. It includes conversational situations, vocabulary development for reading and expression, and reasonable fluency both orally and in writing. This course guides students to begin serious preparation for success on the Advanced Placement exam in French. *PreAP courses address learning objectives at greater depth and faster pace along with higher expectations for student performance PreAP French III (H) (Dual Credit) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: French II and satisfy Dual Credit enrollment criteria Description: This college-level French III course may offer students elective credit toward high school gradution and college credit for Beginning French I and II through DCCCD. This course includes oral practice, reading, writing, grammar and culture studies. Students are expected to acquire a substantial amount of vocabulary and begin to work with and implement idiomatic language and more advanced syntax. *AP and Dual Credit courses address learning objectives at greater depth and faster pace along with higher expectations for student performance AP French Language and Culture (French IV) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: French III Description: This college-level course emphasizes proficiency enabling the student to read and analyze representative works of French literature and to express opinions and judgments in correct oral and written French. The student may take the AP French Language exam to seek college credit at the end of either of these courses. *AP courses address learning objectives at greater depth and faster pace along with higher expectations for student performance French I IntH (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: IB Admittance Description: [International Honors course offered only at GHS] The beginning course emphasizes communication, especially listening and speaking skills, in relevant contexts. Audio-lingual instruction for beginning students is in the form of dialogue and pattern drill,

2 built around authentic situations of interest and an organized plan of structure presentation. Certain cultural aspects of the French are also studied French II IntH (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: French I (IntH) Description: [International Honors course offered only at GHS] Students continue the study of the language from level one, including listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, as well as a focus on culture. Using a function-oriented approach combined with a grammar sequence, the course broadens the student's ability to communicate in French in a variety of contexts. Students will increase their knowledge of French culture, art, and history and develop an awareness of a culture that is different from their own French III (IB) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: French II (IntH) Description: [International Baccalaureate course offered only at GHS] The aims of the foreign language program in the International Baccalaureate include developing students powers of expression in a second language, providing them with an efficient tool for the study of other subjects, and bringing them into contact with ways of thought which differ from their own. At the French III level, students will work toward accuracy in the oral and written forms of the language, both in grammatical exercises and in their own written and spoken comments. They will begin to approach a variety of works in French literature, as well as study aspects of the life and civilization of the countries where French is spoken. This course will be taught almost entirely in French and will assume student proficiency French IV (IB) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: French III (IB) Description: [International Baccalaureate course offered only at GHS] At this level, students will perfect their written skills, become more orally proficient and continue to be exposed to aspects of French culture. Students will be expected to converse in French and the class will be conducted in French. Students will ameliorate previously acquired skills and will gain confidence in their abilities by the end of this course French V (IB) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: French IV (IB) Description: [International Baccalaureate course offered only at GHS] Students will work to demonstrate their ability to compose well-constructed and idiomatic essays and to comment on texts or topics in relation to content and style. Emphasis will continue to be placed on oral fluency and comprehension. Students may prepare to sit for the standard IB exam (written and oral components) as this course is taught entirely in French German I (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Description: The beginning course of German teaches the four basic skillsùreading, writing, speaking, and listening. Awareness and appreciation of a new culture are developed by the students. Songs, folklore, newspapers, and other media complement the study of the textbook German II (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: German I Description: A deeper study of sentence structure and German culture characterizes this course. By the end of the second year, a student should attain the following: control of basic conversational patterns using correct punctuation and intonation, the ability to read simple selections for comprehension, the ability to write simple statements, and a deepened cultural knowledge.

3 77231 German III (H) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: German II Description: This course begins a two-year AP program designed to advance language skills for active communication. Conversational German, increased vocabulary, grammar and syntax skills, and reading and oral expression are the basic goals of the course. This course guides students to begin serious preparation for success on the Advanced Placement exam in German AP German Language and Culture (German IV) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: German III Description: This college-level course is a continuation of German III (H/PreAP) in developing listening, comprehension, reading, and writing skills. In addition to textbooks, materials include recordings, films, videos, newspapers, magazines, and fiction. The student may take the AP German Language exam to seek college credit at the end of the course. *AP courses address learning objectives at greater depth and faster pace along with higher expectations for student performance Latin I (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Description: The beginning course addresses comprehension of the Latin language through reading. Students develop an understanding of the social and political history of the Pompeii, Roman British, and Alexandrians, especially during the first century A.D. This is a fascinating approach to Latin based upon a continuous story line about historical characters and situations. Students develop comprehension of grammatical points and sentence patterns as they follow the story Latin II (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Latin I Description: This course broadens the student's reading skills, emphasizing varied sentence structure. Major units involve life in Roman-British Bath and Chester and in the city of Rome. The story line from level I continues with plots of both political intrigue and comedy. Students learn more sophisticated grammatical points and sentence patterns as they follow the story Latin III (H) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Latin II Description: This course concludes the continuing story line begun in level I. Students also read original passages from several Roman authors, selected from Pliny the Younger, Phaedrus, Catullus, Vergil, and Tacitus. This course guides students to begin serious preparation for success on the Advanced Placement exam in Latin AP Latin (Latin IV) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Latin III Description: This college-level course is the continuation of preparation for the AP Latin exams. At the end of either of these courses, the student may take either the Virgil or the Catullus-Horace exam or both, for which 6-18 hours of college credit may be awarded. *AP courses address learning objectives at greater depth and faster pace along with higher expectations for student performance Latin I IntH (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: IB Admittance Description: [International Honors course offered only at GHS] The beginning course addresses comprehension of the Latin language through reading. Students develop an understanding of the social and political history of the Pompeiians, Roman British, and Alexandrians, especially during the first century A.D. This is a fascinating approach to Latin based upon a continuous story line about historical characters and situations. Students develop comprehension of grammatical point and sentence patterns as they follow the story.

4 77322 Latin II IntH (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Latin I (IntH) Description: [International Honors course offered only at GHS] This course broadens the student's reading skills, emphasizing varied sentence structure. Major units involve life in Roman-British Bath and Chester and in the city of Rome. The story line from level I continues with plots of both political intrigue and comedy. Students learn more sophisticated grammatical points and sentence patterns as they follow the story Latin III (IB) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Latin II (IntH) Description: [International Baccalaureate course offered only at GHS] The aim of this course is to give students the basic linguistic skills they require to read with understanding standard classical authors in the original language. Students are encouraged to read a wider range of literature in translation as a complement to the study texts of the original. Through the reading in the original language and in translation the students develop some understanding of classical civilization and some awareness of its essential differences from, and similarities to their own Latin IV (IB) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Latin III (IB) Description: [International Baccalaureate course offered only at GHS] The aim of the course is to continue developing the basic linguistic skills needed for understanding, translating and appreciating a text in the original language. Through reading in both the Latin and translation, the students will develop an understanding and an appreciation of the historical and cultural background to those texts. This course leads to the IB standard level examination in Latin Language B Basic Spanish I (B) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Language required by ARD as denoted on Schedule Page. Description: [Base/ABC/PAC] This is a locally designed course aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Spanish and determined by the ARD Committee to be a suitable substitute for Spanish I Basic Spanish II (B) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Spanish I required by ARD as denoted on Schedule Page. Description: [Base/ABC/PAC] This is a locally designed course aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Spanish and determined by the ARD Committee to be a suitable substitute for Spanish II Spanish I (R) 1 credit Gr: /2 Spanish I (R) online Description: The beginning secondary course emphasizes communication, especially listening and speaking skills, in relevant contexts. The course uses the functional approach that relates each grammar point to its function or role in communication. Students are presented with opportunities to learn cultural customs and practices from the contexts of the activities Spanish II (R) 1 credit Gr: /4 Spanish II (R) online Prerequisite: Spanish I Description: The course is the continuation of the basic Spanish program. Using a function-oriented approach combined with a grammar sequence, the course broadens the student's ability to communicate in Spanish in a variety of contexts. Students will increase their knowledge of Hispanic culture, art, and history.

5 77434 Spanish III (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Spanish II Description: This course continues the development of language skills for communication. It includes conversational situations, vocabulary development for reading and expression, and reasonable fluency both orally and in writing. Students continue to increase their knowledge of Hispanic culture, art, and history Pre AP Spanish III (H) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Spanish II Description: This course emphasizes the use of language for communication. It includes conversational situations, vocabulary development for reading and expression, and reasonable fluency both orally and in writing. With this course, the student begins serious preparation for the AP Spanish exam Spanish III PreAP (Dual Credit) (H) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Spanish II and satisfy Dual Credit enrollment criteria Description: This Spanish III course offers students elective credit toward high school gradution and college credit for Beginning Spanish I and II through DCCCD. Students must meet dual credit eligibility criteria for DCCCD. This course continues the development of language skills for communication. It includes conversational situations, vocabulary development for reading and expression, and reasonable fluency both orally and in writing. Students continue to increase their knowledge of Hispanic culture, art, and history. *AP and Dual Credit courses address learning objectives at greater depth and faster pace along with higher expectations for student performance AP Spanish Language and Culture (Dual Credit) (Spanish IV) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Spanish III (PreAP) and satisfy Dual Credit enrollment criteria Description: This college-level Spanish Language course offers students elective credit toward high school gradution, college credit through DCCCD, as well as preparation for the Advanced Placement exam in Spanish Language. The goals of this course are developing and refining listening, comprehension, reading, and writing skills. In addition to textbooks, class materials include recordings, films, videos, newspapers, magazines, and fiction. *AP and Dual Credit courses address learning objectives at greater depth and faster pace along with higher expectations for student performance AP Spanish Language and Culture (Spanish IV) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Spanish III Description: This course continues the AP program begun in Spanish III (H/ PreAP), developing and refining listening, comprehension, reading, and writing skills. In addition to textbooks, class materials include recordings, films, videos, newspapers, magazines, and fiction. At the end of the course, the student may take the AP Spanish Language exam for which college credit may be awarded. *AP courses address learning objectives at greater depth and faster pace along with higher expectations for student performance AP Spanish Literature and Culture (Spanish V) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Spanish IV Description: Spanish V reinforces oral proficiency and focuses on reading, writing, and the study of the great literary works of the Spanish-speaking world. Students will prepare to take the Spanish Literature AP examination, for which college credit may be awarded. *AP courses address learning objectives at greater depth and faster pace along with higher expectations for student performance AP Spanish Literature and Culture (Span V,Year 2) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Spanish V Description: This college-level course is designed for students that have advanced rapidly through the Spanish course sequence and may benefit from enriched opportunities to prepare for the Advanced Placement exams in Spanish. Spanish V Year 2 continues to

6 reinforce oral proficiency and focuses on reading, writing, and the study of the great literary works of the Spanish-speaking world. Students will prepare for the Spanish Language and Spanish Literature AP examinations, for which college credit may be awarded. *AP courses address learning objectives at greater depth and faster pace along with higher expectations for student performance Spanish I IntH (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: IB Admittance Description: [International Honors course offered only at GHS] The beginning secondary course emphasizes communication, especially listening and speaking skills, in relevant contexts. The course uses the functional approach that relates each grammar point to its function or role in communication. The designation for International Honors (IntH) is to group potential diploma candidates to provide the best opportunity for oral practice, pace, and commitment to advanced study. This course will allow for a broadened perspective of culture through field experiences, cultural projects, and a major emphasis on grammar Spanish II IntH (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Spanish I (IntH) Description: [International Honors course offered only at GHS] This course is the continuation of the Spanish program. Using a function-oriented approach combined with a grammar sequence, the course broadens the student's ability to communicate in Spanish in a variety of contexts. Students will increase their knowledge of Hispanic culture, art, and history. The IntH course will allow for a broadened perspective of culture through field experiences, cultural projects, and major emphasis on grammar Spanish III (IB) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Spanish II (IntH) Description: [International Baccalaureate course offered only at GHS] This is a fast paced, grammar honing and perfecting course, designed to prepare students for the AP and IB tests. While levels 1 & 2 are foundational, Spanish III is the application of previously learned skills, incorporated with new vocabulary in extended situations. This course will be taught almost entirely in Spanish and will assume student proficiency. It will seek to involve students in cultural and social activities of the Hispanic community Spanish IV (IB) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Spanish III (IB) Description: [International Baccalaureate course offered only at GHS] At this level, students will perfect their written skills, become more orally proficient, and continue to be exposed to aspects of Spanish culture. Students will be expected to converse in Spanish. Students will ameliorate previously acquired skills and will gain confidence in their abilities by the end of this course Spanish V (IB) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Spanish IV (IB) Description: [International Baccalaureate course offered only at GHS] Students will engage in activities on topics prescribed by the IB. These activities will be the base of the internal oral assessment. Students will work to demonstrate their ability to compose wellconstructed and idiomatic essays and to comment on texts or topics in relation to content and style. Emphasis will continue to be placed on oral fluency and comprehension. Students may prepare to sit for the standard IB exam (written oral components) as this course is taught entirely in Spanish Sign Language I (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Description: This beginning course provides a study of American Sign Language, emphasizing its value to the deaf community. Students will develop both receptive and expressive skills using textbooks, workbooks, and videos. The fourth most used language in the United States, American Sign Language is the standard means of communication with the deaf in this country and Canada.

7 77621 Sign Language II (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Sign Language I Description: This course builds upon the receptive and expressive skills developed in the beginning class. Like level I, this course addresses the 5 CÆs (communication, cultures, connections, comparisons, and communities) of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students progress in narrative story telling capabilities Sign Language III (H) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Sign Language II Description: This course continues to expand the student s ability to perform novice and intermediate level tasks of the language learner. Emphasis will be on comparative language study and cultural analysis. Students will develop a strong foundation in applying American Sign Language and in understanding its culture Global Business Mandarin Chinese I (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 GBL Description: [Global Business Magnet course offered only at Naaman Forest HS] The beginning secondary course emphasizes communication, especially listening and speaking skills, in relevant contexts. The course uses the functional approach that relates each grammar point to its function or role in communication. Students are presented with opportunities to learn cultural customs and practices from the contexts of the activities Global Business Mandarin Chinese II (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 GBL Prerequisite: Mandarin Chinese I Description: [Global Business Magnet course offered only at Naaman Forest HS] The course is the continuation of the Mandarin Chinese program. Using a function-oriented approach combined with a grammar sequence, the course broadens the student's ability to communicate in Chinese in a variety of contexts. Students will increase their knowledge of Chinese culture, art, and history Global Business Mandarin Chinese III (H) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 GBL Prerequisite: Mandarin Chinese II Description: [Global Business Magnet course offered only at Naaman Forest HS] The course is the continuation of the Mandarin Chinese program. Using a function-oriented approach combined with a grammar sequence, the course broadens the student's ability to communicate in Chinese in a variety of contexts. Students will increase their knowledge of Chinese culture, art, and history AP Global Business Mandarin Chinese (Mandarin IV AP) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 GBL Prerequisite: Mandarin Chinese III Description: [Global Business Magnet course offered only at Naaman Forest HS] This college-level course is a continuation of Mandarin III (H) in developing listening, comprehension, reading, and writing skills. In addition to textbooks, materials include recordings, films, videos, newspapers, magazines, and fiction. The student may take the AP Chinese Language exam to seek college credit at the end of the course. *AP courses address learning objectives at greater depth and faster pace along with higher expectations for student performance.

8 ONLINE COURSE OPTIONS High School Course Guide Languages Other Than English The following courses are offered at all campuses using an online interactive course delivery system. Students meet in a campus computer lab on a regular weekly schedule throughout both semesters of the school year. Students will also be expected to complete additional activities online outside their regularly scheduled classes on campus Latin I (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Description: The beginning course addresses comprehension of the Latin language through reading. Students develop an understanding of the social and political history of the Pompeii, Roman British, and Alexandrians, especially during the first century A.D. This is a fascinating approach to Latin based upon a continuous story line about historical characters and situations. Students develop comprehension of grammatical points and sentence patterns as they follow the story Latin II (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Latin I Description: This course broadens the student's reading skills, emphasizing varied sentence structure. Major units involve life in Roman-British Bath and Chester and in the city of Rome. The story line from level I continues with plots of both political intrigue and comedy. Students learn more sophisticated grammatical points and sentence patterns as they follow the story Latin III (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Latin II Description: : This course concludes the continuing story line begun in level I. Students also read original passages from several Roman authors, selected from Pliny the Younger, Phaedrus, Catullus, Vergil, and Tacitus. This course guides students to begin serious preparation for success on the Advanced Placement exam in Latin Online Mandarin Chinese I (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Description The beginning secondary course emphasizes communication, especially listening and speaking skills, in relevant contexts. The course uses the functional approach that relates each grammar point to its function or role in communication. Students are presented with opportunities to learn cultural customs and practices from the contexts of the activities Online Mandarin Chinese II (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Mandarin Chinese I Description The course is the continuation of the Mandarin Chinese program. Using a function-oriented approach combined with a grammar sequence, the course broadens the student's ability to communicate in Chinese in a variety of contexts. Students will increase their knowledge of Chinese culture, art, and history Online Mandarin Chinese III (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Mandarin Chinese II Description The course is the continuation of the Mandarin Chinese program. Using a function-oriented approach combined with a grammar sequence, the course broadens the student's ability to communicate in Chinese in a variety of contexts. Students will increase their knowledge of Chinese culture, art, and history Online Sign Language I (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Description: This beginning course provides a study of American Sign Language, emphasizing its value to the deaf community. Students will develop both receptive and expressive skills using textbooks, workbooks, and videos. The fourth most used language in the United States, American Sign Language is the standard means of communication with the deaf in this country and Canada.

9 77622 Online Sign Language II (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Sign Language I Description: This course builds upon the receptive and expressive skills developed in the beginning class. Like level I, this course addresses the 5 C s (communication, cultures, connections, comparisons, and communities) of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students progress in narrative story telling capabilities Online Sign Language III (R) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Sign Language II Description: This course builds upon the receptive and expressive skills developed in the beginning class. Like level I, this course addresses the 5 C s (communication, cultures, connections, comparisons, and communities) of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Students progress in narrative story telling capabilities CREDIT BY EXAM (CBE) OPTIONS Students who are native speakers of languages other than English have the option to earn their required credits by successfully completing the CREDIT BY EXAM process. Two to three times a year, these exam opportunities are scheduled on a Saturday at one of the GISD campuses. Students complete an objective test as well as demonstrating their capabilities in reading, writing, and speaking. Students must be awarded an overall score of 70 or above to receive credit. Courses completed using this CREDIT BY EXAM process earn credit by do not receive grade points Spanish I (CBE) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Description: Only available for Credit by Exam for students whose home language is Spanish, Interested students should contact Spanish II (CBE) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Spanish I Description: Only available for Credit by Exam for students whose home language is Spanish, Interested students should contact Spanish III (CBE) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Spanish II Description: Only available for Credit by Exam for students whose home language is Spanish, Interested students should contact Vietnamese I (CBE) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Description: Only available for Credit by Exam for students whose home language is Vietnamese, Interested students should contact Vietnamese II (CBE) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Vietnamese I Description: Only available for Credit by Exam for students whose home language is Vietnamese, Interested students should contact Vietnamese III (CBE) 1 credit Gr: 9-12 Prerequisite: Vietnamese II Description: Only available for Credit by Exam for students whose home language is Vietnamese, Interested students should contact

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