Spanish III

  • continue work begun in Spanish I-II

  • class is conducted in Spanish

Building upon the skills gained in Spanish I and II, the curriculum for Spanish III is intended to engage students in communication with spoken and written Spanish language.  Through the study of thematic vocabulary and more advanced grammatical structures, students will continue to improve their proficiency skills in Spanish.  

The course builds on all four aspects of communication:  listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students will utilize the Spanish language while increasing their knowledge about the cultures of the Spanish-speaking world, being able to make comparisons to their own language and culture, and making connections to other disciplines.