Foreign Languages

MS Spanish 1

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Middle school students begin their introduction to Spanish with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and multimedia cultural presentations covering major Spanish-speaking areas in Europe and the Americas.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

MS Spanish 2

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Students in middle school continue their introduction to Spanish with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and multimedia cultural presentations covering major Spanish-speaking areas in Europe and the Americas.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

MS French 1

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Students in middle school begin their introduction to French with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and multimedia cultural presentations covering major French-speaking areas in Europe and across the globe.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

MS French 2

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Middle school students continue their introduction to French with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and multimedia cultural presentations covering major French-speaking areas in Europe and across the globe.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

MS German 1

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Middle school students begin their introduction to German with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and multimedia cultural presentations covering major German-speaking areas in Europe.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

MS German 2

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Students continue their introduction to middle school German with this second-year course by covering fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and multimedia cultural presentations covering major German-speaking areas in Europe.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

MS Chinese 1

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In this middle school course, students begin their introduction to Chinese with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and multimedia cultural presentations covering major Chinese-speaking countries.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

MS Chinese 2

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Middle school students continue their introduction to Chinese with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and multimedia cultural presentations covering major Chinese-speaking countries.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

MS Latin 1

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Students in middle school begin their introduction to Latin with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and cultural presentations covering significant aspects of Roman culture or their modern-day manifestations, and assessments.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

MS Latin 2

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Middle school students continue their introduction to Latin with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and cultural presentations covering significant aspects of Roman culture or their modern-day manifestations, and assessments.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

Spanish I

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Students begin their introduction to high school Spanish with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and multimedia cultural presentations covering major Spanish-speaking areas in Europe and the Americas.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

Spanish II

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High school students continue their introduction to Spanish with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, cultural presentations covering major Spanish-speaking areas in Europe and the Americas, and assessments.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

Spanish III

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In this expanding engagement with Spanish, high school students deepen their focus on four key skills in foreign language acquisition: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. In addition, students read significant works of literature in Spanish, and respond orally or in writing to these works. Continuing the pattern, and building on what students encountered in the first two years, each unit consists of a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and multimedia cultural presentations covering major Spanish-speaking areas in Europe and the Americas.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

French I

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Students in high school begin their introduction to French with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and multimedia cultural presentations covering major French-speaking areas in Europe and across the globe.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

French II

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Students continue their introduction to French in this second-year, high school language course with review of fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and cultural presentations covering major French-speaking areas across the globe, and assessments.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

French III

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In this expanding engagement with French, high school students deepen their focus on four key skills in foreign language acquisition: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. In addition, students read significant works of literature in French, and respond orally or in writing to these works. Continuing the pattern, and building on what students encountered in the first two years, each unit consists of a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and multimedia cultural presentations covering major French-speaking areas in Europe and the Americas.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

German I

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High school students begin their introduction to German with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and cultural presentations covering major German-speaking areas in Europe.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

German II

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Students continue their introduction to high school German in this second-year course with review of fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and cultural presentations covering major German-speaking areas in Europe.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

Chinese I

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High school students begin their introduction to Chinese with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and multimedia cultural presentations covering major Chinese-speaking countries.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

Chinese II

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Students in high school continue their introduction to Chinese in this second-year course with review of fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of an ongoing adventure story, a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and multimedia cultural presentations covering major Chinese-speaking countries.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

Latin I

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High school students begin their introduction to Latin with fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and cultural presentations covering significant aspects of Roman culture or their modern-day manifestations, and assessments.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

Latin II

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Students continue their introduction to high school Latin by continuing to cover the fundamental building blocks in four key areas of foreign language study: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Each unit consists of a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, a notable ancient myth in Latin, numerous interactive games reinforcing vocabulary and grammar, reading and listening comprehension activities, speaking and writing activities, and cultural presentations covering significant aspects of Roman culture or their modern-day manifestations, and assessments.

Details:

  • Course Length: 2 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: Edgenuity

ASL 041: American Sign Language, Part 1

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This course is an introduction to American Sign Language that covers deaf history and culture.

Students are required to produce a short homemade video and submit a deaf-day write-up. This is the first course in a two-part series (ASL 041 and ASL 043). 8 lessons, 9 assignment submissions (7 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 2 instructor-graded assignments); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: NONE
  • Required Materials: Students must have access to a video recording device and a DVD player.
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  1. Your First Steps
  2. Making Friends
  3. Family Ties
  4. Review Lessons 1-3
  5. All in a Day’s Work
  6. Speaking Out
  7. Food for Thought
  8. A Healthy Routine

ASL 043: American Sign Language, Part 2

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This course continues in the development of receptive and expressive proficiency in ASL by expanding students’ sign vocabulary, enhancing their knowledge and application of accurate grammatical points of the language, and building upon their knowledge of the Deaf culture.

Students who are willing to put forth the effort and commit themselves to the class will enjoy expanding their basic knowledge of ASL and increase their confidence to interact with native signers. With ACTFL guidelines as the foundation, the class will provide opportUnities to learn the language and aspects of the Deaf culture, as well as linking each to their own culture. This is the second course in a two-part ASL series (ASL 041 and ASL 043). 8 lessons, 12 assignment submissions (11 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 1 instructor-graded assignment); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: ASL 041 (American Sign Language, Part 1) or equivalent.
  • Required Materials:
    • Students will need access to a computer, and a functional e-mail address for instructor correspondence.
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  • A Trip Back in Time
  • Can You Help Me Find the . . . ?
  • Who is That?
  • The Beauty of Diversity
  • Money, Money, Money
  • Wait, Who Said What?
  • Prove it to Me
  • The More You Know

FREN 041: First-Year French, Part 1

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Students will develop a basic French vocabulary that will include telling time, talking about school and classes, expressing likes and dislikes, greeting others, and knowing the terminology for numbers, clothing, and food.

Students will study several French-speaking locations. They will learn the basics of the French language in a method that stresses vocabulary over grammar. Students will also be introduced to French culture and history. This is the first course in a four-part French series (FREN 041, FREN 043, FREN 051, and FREN 053). 7 lessons, 7 assignment submissions (5 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 2 instructor-graded assignments); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: NONE
  • Required Materials:
    • Accepted audio file formats are CDA, WAV, and MP3. A French – English dictionary may be helpful, but not required.
    • Fren 041 – Printed Course Readings $10.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  • Commencons
  • Se Connaitre, La Belgique
  • A L’Ecole, Bonneville
  • Les Achats, Dijon
  • Sports et Activites, Quebec
  • Au Restaurant, Paris
  • La Famille, Lac Leman

FREN 043: First-Year French, Part 2

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Students will learn basic conversation for inside a post office, in a pharmacy, and at a French dinner table.

Several French-speaking regions will be highlighted. This is the second course in a four-part French series (FREN 041, FREN 043, FREN 051, and FREN 053). 7 lessons, 7 assignment submissions (5 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 2 instructor-graded assignments); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: FREN 041 (First-Year French, Part 1) or equivalent.
  • Required Materials:
    • Accepted audio file formats are .cda, .wav, and .mp3.
    • Fren 043 – Printed Course Readings $10.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  • A La Poste/ Reims
  • A Table/ Colmar
  • A La Maison/ Carcassonne
  • A La Pharmacie/ Les Antilles
  • A La Plage/ Nice
  • Les Chateaux/ La Loire
  • A La Campagne/ Normandie

FREN 051: Second-Year French, Part 1

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Students will continue to learn to communicate in French; reading, writing, speaking, and culture will be stressed.

This is the third course in a four-part French series (FREN 041, FREN 043, FREN 051, and FREN 053). 8 lessons, 13 assignment submissions (7 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 6 instructor-graded assignments); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: FREN 041 (First-Year French, Part 1) and FREN 043 (First-Year French, Part 2) or equivalent.
  • Required Materials:
    • Accepted audio file formats are .cda, .wav, and .mp3.
    • Fren 051 – Printed Course Readings $10.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  • Enjoy Cultural Activities in France
  • Use Modern Technology to Communicate
  • Use the Post Office and Bank While Traveling
  • Driving in France
  • Take the Train In France
  • Checking into a Hotel
  • Get Around Paris on the M?tro or the Bus
  • Life In the Countryside

FREN 053: Second-Year French, Part 2

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Students will review and enlarge their vocabularies; study holidays, professions, history, and literature; as well as practice grammar and writing.

MP3 files are provided to help students’ listening and pronunciation. This is the fourth course in a four-part French series (FREN 041, FREN 043, FREN 051, and FREN 053). 8 lessons, 8 assignment submissions (7 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 1 instructor-graded assignment); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: FREN 051 (Second-Year French, Part 1) or equivalent
  • Required Materials:
    • Accepted audio file formats are .cda, .wav, and .mp3.
    • To turn in oral assignments students will need a way to create MP3 files.
    • Printed Course Packet
    • FREN 053 – Audio CD $8.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  1. La Routine
  2. La Santé et le corps
  3. Les Contes de Fées
  4. Les Fêtes
  5. Le Savoir-Vivre
  6. Le Travail
  7. Histoire et littérature
  8. Instructor-graded assignments

GERM 041: First-Year German, Part 1

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Students will learn conversation patterns, basic grammar, reading and writing about familiar topics, and an overview of German geography, history, and lifestyle.

This is the first course in a four-part German series (GERM 041, GERM 043, GERM 051, and GERM 053) and is an introduction to German language and culture. 6 lessons, 7 assignment submissions (6 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 1 instructor-graded assignment); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: NONE
  • Required Materials:
    • To turn in oral assignments students will need a way to create MP3 files.
    • Germ 041 – Printed Course Readings $10.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  1. Der Reisepass – the Passport
  2. Hans und Heide aus Hamburg
  3. Bernd und Brigitte aus Berlin
  4. Kurt und Korinna aus Köln
  5. Detlef und Dora aus Dresden
  6. Manfred und Monika aus München

GERM 043: First Year German, Part 2

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In this course students will review basic German as well as learn more vocabulary and grammatical principles through different German Märchen (fairy tales). Students will hear, read, speak, and write basic German in a context that is cheery rather than Grimm.

This is the second course in a four-part German series (GERM 041, GERM 043, GERM 051, and GERM 053). 7 lessons, 8 assignment submissions (7 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 1 instructor-graded assignment); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: GERM 041 (First-Year German, Part 1) or equivalent.
  • Required Materials:
    • To turn in oral assignments students will need a way to create MP3 files.
    • Germ 043 – Printed Course Readings $10.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  1. Deutsch Wiederholung (Review)
  2. German States and Capitals
  3. Die Bremer Stadtmusikanten
  4. Rotkäppchen
  5. Vom Fischer und Seiner Frau
  6. Die Sterntaler
  7. Augustin und Wilhelm Tell

GERM 051: Second-Year German, Part 1

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Students will expand their vocabularies and study more advanced grammatical structures that will lead to effective handling of social situations.

. Students will continue to gain familiarity with German life and customs. This is the third course in a four-part German series (GERM 041, GERM 043, GERM 051, and GERM 053). 7 lessons, 7 assignment submissions (6 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 1 instructor-graded assignment); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: GERM 043 (First-Year German, Part 2) or equivalent.
  • Required Materials:
    • To turn in oral assignments students will need a way to create audio or video files.
    • Germ 051 – Printed Course Readings $10.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  1. Meine Freizeit
  2. Eine Reise Plannen
  3. Letzte Woche
  4. Wohnen
  5. Hausarbeit
  6. Kochen
  7. Portfolio Submission

GERM 053: Second-Year German, Part 2

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This course offers students the opportUnity to continue to develop their emerging German fluency and to improve their mastery of important German structures and vocabulary.

As they work their way through the course, they will explore topics such as sickness, hygiene, geography, childhood, fairy tales, and technology. As students study these topics they will practice and improve their facility with reflexive verbs, relative pronouns, the perfect and preterit tenses, and case endings. They will also practice their pronunciation as a part of each lesson. This is the fourth course in a four-part German series (GERM 041, GERM 043, GERM 051, and GERM 053). 6 lessons, 7 assignment submissions (6 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 1 instructor-graded assignment); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: GERM 051 (Second-Year German, Part 1) or equivalent.
  • Required Materials:
    • To turn in oral assignments students will need a way to create audio or video files.
    • Germ 053 – Printed Course Readings $10.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  1. Krankheiten und Körperpflege
  2. Meine Heimat
  3. Meine Kindheit
  4. Märchen
  5. Technologie
  6. Geburtstage

JAPAN 041: First-Year Japanese, Part 1

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This course is an introduction to Japanese language, culture, and history; emphasizes vocabulary development as students learn basic skills in speaking, listening, reading, and writing.

. It also features interactive computer activities on character writing and memorization as well as mentored speaking appointments. This is the first course in a four-part Japanese series (JAPAN 041, JAPAN 043, JAPAN 051, JAPAN 053).

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: NONE
  • Required Materials:
    • To turn in oral assignments students will need a way to create MP3 files
    • Printed Course Packet
    • Japan 041 – CDs
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  1. Welcome to Japan
  2. Connecting Socially in Japan
  3. Family and Numbers
  4. The Japanese Classroom at a Glance
  5. Descriptions of People, Places and Parts
  6. Verb Tenses and Grammar
  7. Just in Time!
  8. The Japanese Calendar

JAPAN 043: First-Year Japanese, Part 2

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This course concentrates on building vocabulary and grammar for conversation and listening comprehension.

It increases translation skills for writing using hiragana and expands reading comprehension through the use of mini-stories as well as variations on traditional fairy tales. JAPAN 043 also takes a look into the culture and history of the people, giving the student an increased knowledge of how culture and language correlate. This is the second course in a two-part Japanese series (JAPAN 041 and JAPAN 043). 7 lessons, 8 assignment submissions (7 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 1 instructor-graded assignment); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: JAPAN 041 (First-Year Japanese 1) or equivalent.
  • Required Materials:
    • Students are required to submit audio files for grading. Accepted audio file formats are CDA, WAV, and MP3
    • Japan 043 – Printed Course Readings $10.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  • Weather and Nature
  • Travel to Japan
  • Food
  • Animals
  • Japanese Dress
  • Money and Shopping
  • Hobbies

JAPAN 051: Second-Year Japanese, Part 1

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This course’s emphasis is on reading and writing katakana words with special attention to identifying and conjugating verb tenses and situational vocabulary.

This is the third course in a four-part Japanese series (JAPAN 041, JAPAN 043, JAPAN 051, and JAPAN 053). 7 lessons, 8 assignment submissions (7 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 1 instructor-graded assignment); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: JAPAN 043 (First-Year Japanese, Part 2) or equivalent.
  • Required Materials:
    • Students are required to submit audio files for grading. Accepted audio file formats are CDA, WAV, and MP3.
    • JAPAN 051 – Other Materials
    • Japan 051 – Printed Course Readings $10.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  • Verbs and Conjugations
  • Kana and Yodan Verbs
  • Count and Read
  • The Japanese House
  • Transportation
  • Maps and Places
  • Directions and Haiku

JAPAN 053: Second-Year Japanese, Part 2

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This is the fourth course in a four-part Japanese series (JAPAN 041, JAPAN 043, JAPAN 051, and JAPAN 053) and is a continuation of JAPAN 051 (Second-Year Japanese, Part 1). 7 lessons, 9 assignment submissions (7 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 2 instructor-graded assignments); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: JAPAN 051 (Second-Year Japanese, Part 1) or equivalent. You must be able to write in both hiragana and katakana.
  • Required Materials:
    • Students are required to submit audio files for grading. Accepted audio file formats are CDA, WAV, and MP3.
    • JAPAN 053 – Other Materials
    • Japan 053 – Printed Course Readings
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  • People and Places
  • Health and Well-being
  • Thoughts and Feelings
  • The World of Education
  • Dining Out
  • Planning Free Time
  • Festivals and Holidays

LATIN 041: First-Year Latin, Part 1

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LATIN 041 teaches basic grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary, and reading skills as well as Latin influences on the English language.

It also includes translations that focus on mythology, culture, and history of Rome. This is the first course in a four-part Latin series (LATIN 41, LATIN 43, LATIN 51, and LATIN 53). 8 lessons, 7 assignment submissions, all computer-graded (Speedback); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: NONE
  • Required Materials:
    • Ullman et al. , Latin for Americans, Book 1, Edition: 8th( 1997, 0-02-640912-7 ) $ 69.70
    • Latin 041 – Printed Course Readings
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  • Pronunciation and the Nominative Case
  • Accusative Case and the Present Tense
  • Genitive and Dative Cases and Future Tense
  • Ablative Case, -R Ending Nouns, and Imperative Verbs
  • Second Conjugation, Perfect Tense, and Neuter Nouns
  • Second Declension -R Adjectives and Conjugation of Sum
  • Asking Questions and the Third Conjugation
  • Third -IO and Fourth Conjugation Verbs and Adverbs

LATIN 043: First-Year Latin, Part 2

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In this course students will study and learn the III, III-io, and IV conjugations.

They will also learn the third declension and relative and interrogative pronouns. In addition, students will learn and study Latin vocabulary, which will, in turn, help to increase their English vocabulary. Through translation, they will learn the stories of Aeneas and Odysseus (Ulysses). These stories are taken from Virgil’s Aeneid and Homer’s Odyssey. This is the second course in a four-part Latin series (LATIN 041, LATIN 043, LATIN 051, and LATIN 053) and is a continuation of LATIN 041 (First-Year Latin, Part 1). 8 lessons, 8 assignment submissions, all computer-graded (Speedback); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: LATIN 041 (First-Year Latin, Part 1) or equivalent.
  • Required Materials:
    • Ullman et al. , Latin for Americans, Book 1, Edition: 8th( 1997, 0-02-640912-7 ) $ 69.70
    • Latin 043 – Printed Course Readings
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  1. Third, Third -io, and Fourth Conjugation Future Tense and Imperfect Tense
  2. Participles, Third Declension, and Passive Voice
  3. Ablative of Agent, Personal Pronouns, and Future Perfect Tenses
  4. Possessive Adjectives and Perfect Passive Tenses
  5. Relative Pronouns and Uses of Time
  6. Interrogative Pronouns, Third Declension Neuter Nouns, and Ablative of Respect
  7. Participles, Ablative Absolutes, Possum, Irregular Adjectives
  8. Third Declension I- Stem Nouns and Third Declension Adjectives

LATIN 051: Second-Year Latin, Part 1

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In this course students will study and learn the fourth and fifth declensions, comparison of adjectives and adverbs, and the uses of infinitives.

They will also receive an introduction to the subjunctive mood. In addition, students will learn and study Latin vocabulary, which will, in turn, help to increase their English vocabulary. Through translation, students will learn about the Roman gods and the legendary and real heroes of the Roman Empire. This is the third course in a four-part Latin series (LATIN 041, LATIN 043, LATIN 051, and LATIN 053) and is a continuation of LATIN 043 (First-Year Latin, Part 2). 8 lessons, 8 assignment submissions, all computer-graded (Speedback); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: LATIN 043 (First-Year Latin, Part 2) or equivalent.
  • Required Materials:
    • Ullman et al. , Latin for Americans, Book 1, Edition: 8th( 1997, 0-02-640912-7 ) $ 69.70
    • Ullman et al. , Latin for Americans, Book 2, Edition: 8th( 1997, 9780026409131 ) $ 62.40
    • Latin 051 – Printed Course Readings $10.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  1. Fourth Declension and Demonstratives
  2. Demonstrative idem and Intensive ipse
  3. Fifth Declension and Participles
  4. Infinitives
  5. Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs
  6. Comparison of Irregular Adjectives: Reflexive Pronouns
  7. Hortatory, Iussive, and Purpose (Present and Imperfect Tenses)
  8. Irregular fero, Result Clauses, and Ablative of Degree of Difference

LATIN 053: Second-Year Latin, Part 2

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In this course, students will begin an in-depth study of the Latin subjunctive verb. In addition, they will study irregular verbs, gerunds and gerundives, and many uses of the ablative and dative cases.

Students will learn and study Latin vocabulary, which will, in turn, help to increase their English vocabulary. Through translation, students will travel with two fictional young Roman boys to Greece where they study. Students will also learn some Roman history. When they complete this course, students should be ready to begin studying the writings of ancient Romans. This is the fourth course in a four-part Latin series (LATIN 041, LATIN 043, LATIN 051, and LATIN 053) and is a continuation of LATIN 051 (Second-Year Latin, Part 1). 8 lessons, 8 assignment submissions, all computer-graded (Speedback); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: LATIN 051 (Second-Year Latin, Part 1) or equivalent.
  • Required Materials:
    • Ullman et al. , Latin for Americans, Book 2, Edition: 8th( 1997, 9780026409131 ) $ 62.40
    • Latin 053 – Printed Course Readings $10.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  1. Perfect and Pluperfect Subjunctives; Deponent Verbs
  2. Indirect Questions; Indefinite Pronouns and Adjectives
  3. Future Passive Participles/Gerundives, Indirect Commands, Noun Result Clauses, Gerunds
  4. Conjugation of Fio, Volo, Nolo; Dative with Special Verbs; Datives of Reference and Purpose
  5. Datives with Compound Verbs; Conjugation of Malo; Locative Case
  6. Subjunctives with Verbs of Fearing; Impersonal Verbs; Genitive of the Whole
  7. Omission of Sum; Indefinite with Si; Place to which; Quisque and Quisquam
  8. Ablative of Separation; Genitive and Ablative of Description; Relative Purpose Clause

RUSS 041: First-Year Russian, Part 1

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In this introduction to Russian language, culture, and history, students will develop basic skills in speaking, listening, reading, and writing.

They will be introduced to basic grammar concepts of using nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, numbers, and verbs. Basic vocabulary will make it possible to converse within the course topics: family, home, likes and dislikes, and daily and weekly activities. Cultural highlights will introduce students to Russia and the Russian people. This is the first course in a four-part Russian series (RUSS 041, RUSS 043, RUSS 051, and RUSS 053). 7 lessons, 8 assignment submissions (7 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 1 instructor-graded assignment); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: NONE
  • Required Materials: Russ 041 – Printed Course Readings $10.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  • You Already Know A Little Russian
  • Greetings and Introductions
  • Making Sense of Russian Grammar
  • Small Talk
  • Descriptions of Things and People
  • Times and Tenses
  • At Home

RUSS 043: First Year Russian, Part 2

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This is the second course in a four-part Russian series (RUSS 041, RUSS 043, RUSS 051, and RUSS 053) and is a continuation of RUSS 041 (First-Year Russian, Part 1).

8 lessons, 8 assignment submissions (7 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 1 instructor-graded assignment); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: RUSS 041 (First-Year Russian, Part 1) or equivalent.
  • Required Materials:
    • To turn in oral assignments, students will need a way to create MP3 files.
    • Printed Course Packet
    • RUSS 043 – Audio CD
    • RUSS 043 – CD
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  1. Talking About Food
  2. Who?
  3. Around the City
  4. Russian School
  5. Climate and Weather
  6. Visiting a Museum
  7. Tying Loose Ends Together
  8. Portfolio Assignment

SPAN 041: First-Year Spanish, Part 1

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SPAN 041 is an introduction to the Spanish language and culture. Students will practice conversations, pronunciation, patterns, basic grammar, reading, and writing about familiar topics.

This is the first course in a six-part Spanish series (SPAN 041, SPAN 043, SPAN 051, SPAN 053, SPAN 061, and SPAN 063). 7 lessons, 11 assignment submissions (10 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 1 instructor-graded assignment); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: NONE
  • Required Materials:
    • To turn in oral assignments students will need a way to create audio files in an approved format.
    • SPAN 041 – DVD
    • Span 041: Printed Course Readings $10.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  1. recognize many vocabulary words that deal with greetings, days,months, numbers, telling time, activity verbs, weather, seasons, emotions, family, colors, and the most common irregular verbs
  2. use basic expressions in conversation
  3. apply the correct pronunciation for different phrases and vocabulary words
  4. compose simple sentences
  5. have simple conversations in Spanish
  6. understand and appreciate Spanish culture

SPAN 043: First-Year Spanish, Part 2

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Students will identify many vocabulary words that deal with clothing, school supplies, shopping, giving directions, sports, body parts, nature, kitchen, transportation, and occupations.

They will also learn to conjugate verbs in the present and past tenses and use them in sentences as well as use basic expressions in conversation. Students will also learn to apply the correct pronunciation for different phrases and vocabulary words and compose simple sentences and conversations in Spanish. Finally, students will explore the Hispanic culture. This is the second course in a six-part Spanish series (SPAN 041, SPAN 043, SPAN 051, SPAN 053, SPAN 061, and SPAN 063) and is a continuation of SPAN 041 (First-Year Spanish, Part 1). 7 lessons, 8 assignment submissions (7 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 1 instructor-graded assignment); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: SPAN 041 (First-Year Spanish, Part 1) or equivalent
  • Required Materials:
    • To turn in oral assignments students will need a way to create audio files in an approved format.
    • Span 043: Printed Course Readings $10.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  1. Identify many vocabulary words that deal with clothing, school supplies, shopping, giving directions, sports, body parts, nature, kitchen, transportation, and occupations.
  2. Conjugate verbs in the present and past tenses and use them in sentences.
  3. Use basic expressions in conversations.
  4. Apply the correct pronunciation for different phrases and vocabulary words.
  5. Compose simple sentences.
  6. Compose simple conversations in Spanish.
  7. Understand Hispanic culture.

SPAN 051: Second-Year Spanish 1

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Students will focus on developing speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills, with appropriate grammatical principles as well as additional insights into culture.

This is the third course in a six-part Spanish series (SPAN 041, SPAN 043, SPAN 051, SPAN 053, SPAN 061, and SPAN 063). 6 lessons, 7 assignment submissions (6 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 1 instructor-graded assignment); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: SPAN 043 (First-Year Spanish, Part 2) or equivalent.
  • Required Materials:
    • To turn in oral assignments students will need a way to create audio files in an approved format.
    • Printed Course Readings $10.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  1. Let’s Party
  2. Let’s Go Shopping
  3. Exploring the Past
  4. Let’s Have Some Fun!
  5. Getting to Know You
  6. Commands

SPAN 053: Second-Year Spanish, Part 2

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This course emphasizes verb tenses and developing an intermediate-level comprehension in listening, reading, and writing Spanish.

This is the fourth course in a six-part Spanish series (SPAN 041, SPAN 043, SPAN 051, SPAN 053, SPAN 061, and SPAN 063) and is a continuation of SPAN 051 (Second-Year Spanish, Part 1). 6 lessons, 7 assignment submissions (6 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 1 instructor-graded assignment); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: SPAN 051 (Second-Year Spanish, Part 1) or equivalent.
  • Required Materials:
    • To turn in oral assignments students will need a way to create audio files in an approved format.
    • Span 053 – Printed Course Readings $10.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  1. Interpret and respond to a variety of topics in written and spoken Spanish.
  2. Combine new vocabulary and grammar principles to form complete sentences and paragraphs in Spanish.
  3. Apply what you have learned to real-life situations.
  4. Identify the impact of culture on individuals and groups.
  5. Compare and contrast the cultural patterns of the Hispanic population with your own culture.

SPAN 061: Third-Year Spanish, Part 1

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This first Semester of advanced Spanish begins with a review of the preterit and imperfect tenses, the formation and use of adjectives, and reflexive verbs.

Students will concentrate on advanced language usage and grammar as well as the cultural aspects of the Hispanic world. This is the fifth course in a six-part Spanish series (SPAN 041, SPAN 043, SPAN 051, SPAN 053, SPAN 061, and SPAN 063). 6 lessons, 7 assignment submissions (6 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 1 instructor-graded assignment); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: SPAN 53 (Second-Year Spanish, Part 2) or equivalent.
  • Required Materials:
    • To turn in oral assignments students will need a way to create audio files in an approved format.
    • Span 061 – Printed Course Readings $10.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of present tense, negative and affirmative expressions, the formation and use of adjectives, and interrogative expressions.
  2. Use effectively preterit and imperfect tenses.
  3. Utilize direct and indirect objects and double object pronouns in sentences.
  4. Explain the impersonal se, verbs like gustar, the perfect tenses, and other compound tenses.
  5. Demonstrate the future and conditional tenses and their special uses.
  6. Illustrate the cultural aspects of living, shopping, food, and travel in the Hispanic world.

SPAN 063: Third-Year Spanish, Part 2

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This is the second Semester of advanced Spanish, which emphasizes culturally appropriate terminology and phrasing, as well as some of the nuances in communicating in Spanish.

. This is the sixth course in a six-part Spanish series (SPAN 041, SPAN 043, SPAN 051, SPAN 053, SPAN 061, and SPAN 063) and is a continuation of SPAN 063 (Third-Year Spanish, Part 1). 6 lessons, 7 assignment submissions (6 computer-graded [Speedback] assignments, 1 instructor-graded assignment); proctored computer-graded final exam.

Details:

  • Course Length: 1 Semester
  • Curriculum Provider: BYU Independent Study
  • Prerequisites: SPAN 061 (Third-Year Spanish, Part 1) or equivalent.
  • Required Materials: To turn in oral assignments students will need a way to create audio files in an approved format. Printed Course Readings $10.00
  • Cost of tuition is covered by Provo eSchool.

Syllabus:

  1. Use the Spanish language to communicate your thoughts, without having to weaken the meaning because of lack of knowledge.
  2. Interpret spoken Spanish words in their complex constructions.
  3. Describe problems, suggest solutions, and resolve those problems.
  4. Compare and contrast differences in culture and apply your knowledge appropriately to distinct situations.

FIRST-YEAR ARABIC, PART 1: ARAB 041

This Arabic course covers the basics of both spoken and written Arabic and enables students to acquire real-world communication skills, learning to use Arabic as Arabs do. For day-to-day survival and social needs, students can choose to learn either Egyptian or Jordanian Arabic. Students learn how to read and write the Arabic alphabet, read street signs and ads, and write basic information about themselves and others. Students are also introduced to key aspects of the culture and geography of the Arab world. Participation in Adobe® Connect™ with one of our Arabic-speaking mentors is required. Beyond traditional course material, this course makes use of a Conversation Café that gives students the opportunity to speak with other students, teaching assistants, and the instructor to practice what they are learning. This course is the first in a four-part Arabic series (ARAB 041, ARAB 043, ARAB 051, and ARAB 053) based on the most widely used textbook series and engaging online activities that were developed by BYU and the University of California. Teacher-Led – TL  UC approved for 2017-2018 school year
 

Details:

            Course Length: 1 Semester             Curriculum Provider:  BYU IS   FIRST-YEAR ARABIC, PART 2: ARAB 043

This course covers the basics of spoken and written Arabic, including the Arabic alphabet and basic sentence construction. Cultural activities are also included. Using the most widely used textbooks and engaging online activities built by BYU and the University of California, students will learn the basics of both colloquial (Egyptian or Jordanian) and Modern Standard Arabic. Regular speaking appointments (conducted using Adobe® Connect™) with one of our Arabic-speaking teaching assistants is required. This course also offers live instructor-led lesson reviews/activities.This course is the second in a four-part Arabic series (ARAB 041, ARAB 043, ARAB 051, and ARAB 053) and is a continuation of First-Year Arabic, Part 1 (ARAB 041). Teacher-Led – TL  UC approved for 2017-2018 school year
 

Details:

         Course Length: 1 Semester          Curriculum Provider:  BYU IS            SECOND-YEAR ARABIC, PART 1: ARAB 051

This course covers beginning to intermediate skills in spoken and written Arabic, including basic grammar structures, reading strategies, and speaking about familiar subjects such as family and personal life. Cultural activities are an important part of this course. Using the most widely used textbooks and engaging online activities built by BYU, students will learn to communicate in both spoken and formal Arabic. Regular speaking appointments (conducted using Adobe® Connect™) with one of our Arabic-speaking mentors is required. Live instructor-led lesson reviews/activities are broadcast regularly. This course is the third in a four-part Arabic series (ARAB 041, ARAB 043, ARAB 051, and ARAB 053). Teacher-Led – TL  UC approved for 2017-2018 school year

Details:

         Course Length: 1 Semester          Curriculum Provider:  BYU IS     SECOND-YEAR ARABIC, PART 2: ARAB 053

This course covers beginning to intermediate skills in spoken and written Arabic, including basic grammar structures, reading strategies, and speaking about familiar subjects such as family and personal life. Cultural activities are an important part of this course. Using the most widely used textbooks and engaging online activities built by BYU, students will learn to communicate in both spoken and formal Arabic. Regular speaking appointments (conducted using Adobe® Connect™) with one of our Arabic-speaking teaching assistants is required. Live instructor-led lesson reviews/activities are broadcast regularly. This course is the fourth in a four-part series (ARAB 041, 043, 051 and 053) and is a continuation of Second-Year Arabic, Part 1 (ARAB 051). Teacher-Led – TL

Details:

         Course Length: 1 Semester          Curriculum Provider:  BYU IS     FIRST-YEAR KOREAN, PART 1: KOREA 041

This course is an introduction to Korean. You will gain familiarity with Han’gul, the phonetic system, basic grammar, foundational vocabulary, discourse, reading, and culture. Also, this beginning course will help you build language skills – speaking, hearing, reading, and writing – at a basic level and broaden your understanding of Korean culture. You will learn to understand and communicate simple ideas in the Korean language. By the end of the course you will be able to introduce yourself, talk about life at school, the classroom, and home life. This course features the Conversation Café, a live virtual classroom where students may practice their language skills, and one-on-one speaking appointments. This is the first course in a two-part Korean series (KOREA 041 and 043). Teacher-Led – TL  UC approved for 2017-2018 school year

Details:

         Course Length: 1 Semester          Curriculum Provider:  BYU IS

FIRST-YEAR KOREAN, PART 2: KOREA 043

In this continuation of first-year Korean, you will continue to learn Han’gul, the phonetic system, basic grammar, foundational vocabulary, discourse, reading, and culture. This course will help you build language skills – speaking, hearing, reading, and writing – at a basic level and broaden your understanding of Korean culture. You will learn to understand and communicate simple ideas in the Korean language. By the end of the course you will be able talk about shopping, your typical day, what you do on a weekend, and the culture and lifestyle of Seoul, Korea. This course features the Conversation Café, a live virtual classroom where students may practice their language skills, and one-on-one speaking appointments. This is the second course in a two-part Korean series (KOREA 041 and 043). Teacher-Led – TL  UC approved for 2017-2018 school year

Details:

         Course Length: 1 Semester          Curriculum Provider:  BYU IS       SECOND-YEAR KOREAN, PART 1: KOREA 051

This course will help you build language skills—speaking, hearing, reading, and writing—at a basic level and broaden your understanding of Korean culture. You will learn to understand and communicate simple ideas in the Korean language. By the end of the course you will be able to talk about parties, conversations with professors, living in a dormitory, family relationships, and conversations on the telephone. Teacher-Led – TL  UC approved for 2017-2018 school year

Details:         

Course Length: 1 Semester Curriculum Provider:  BYU IS    

SECOND-YEAR KOREAN, PART 2: KOREA 053

This course will help you build language skills—speaking, hearing, reading, and writing—at a basic level and broaden your understanding of Korean culture. You will learn to understand and communicate simple ideas in the Korean language. By the end of the course, you will be able to converse at airports, shops, or restaurants. You will also be able to talk about hobbies. Teacher-Led – TL  UC approved for 2017-2018 school year

Details:

         Course Length: 1 Semester          Curriculum Provider:  BYU IS