French & Spanish
Foreign Languages Course Descriptions
Taking modern languages requires students to commit to new ways of learning. Students learn the target language in addition to culture, history, science, music, architecture, art, math, industry, agriculture, and literature of the country or countries where the target language is spoken. Students increase their knowledge and understanding of their own English language as well. Work isrequired inside and outside of class in both individual and group settings. Although reading, writing, speaking, and listening are all equally important in full language acquisition, final emphasis at all levels is placed on the student's speaking abilities.
                                                                                                                                               
Classes are often taught entirely in the target language. Numerous studies have shown that the most successful way to learn a language is by complete immersion in that language. English is used sparingly. Questions and responses by students and teachers will be in the target language. Beginning with the first year, students must be prepared to always participate in the target language and culture. 
                                                                                               
Taking four years of a language at the high school level will satisfy ALL entrance AND exit requirements of ALL state public and private universities. This MAY also allow the student to qualify for certain advanced placement credits at a university.
  • Seymour Community High School
  • 10 Circle Drive Seymour, WI 54165
  • Phone: 920-833-2306
  • Fax: 920-833-7608
  • Seymour Community High School
  • 10 Circle Drive Seymour, WI 54165
  • Phone: 920-833-2306
  • Fax: 920-833-7608