Spanish 3 students learn to communicate in past, present, and future tenses as well as in the subjunctive. This year-long course builds upon the knowledge gained in Spanish 1 and 2 and counts as three years of high school Spanish. Students complete various written and speaking projects to reinforce Spanish communication skills. Students expand their vocabulary, learn advanced Spanish idioms, and use multiple verb tenses. In this course, students compare cultural practices in Spanish-speaking countries to those in the United States. This course includes a mid-term and final exam.
The typical minimum college language requirement is two consecutive years of a single foreign language. Many selective colleges require three to four years of a foreign language.
Teacher: Lauren Chriscoe
Spanish 1 and 2
- Realidades 3 textbook. Boyles, Peggy, et al. Pearson Prentice Hall, 2011.
- Realidades Level 3 Leveled Vocabulary and Grammar Workbook. Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014.
- Binder and notebook paper
Please purchase the textbook used (or new if desired) and the workbook new.