LAMMERSVILLE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT- TELUGU FOR CREDIT FAQs

                                                                FOR 2018-19         

1. What is Telugu for credit class?

Students registered for the class must complete the 2 semesters to receive 1 year of World Language credit on their high school transcript.

 

2. What is the criteria to register for Telugu 1,Telugu 2, Telugu 3 or Telugu 4?

 Regular MB course completed

 

World Language credit class- Entry Level course

 

Students going to 8th Grade

Students going to 9th Grade

Students going to 10th Grade

Students going to 11th Grade

Students going to 12th Grade

NA

Telugu 1

Telugu 1

Telugu 1

Telugu 1

Telugu 1

Pravesam

Telugu 1

Telugu 1

Telugu 1

Telugu 1

Telugu 1

Prasunam

Telugu 2

Telugu 2

Telugu 2

Telugu 2

Telugu 2

Prakasam

Telugu 3

Telugu 3

Telugu 3

Telugu 3

Telugu 3

Pramodam

N/A

Telugu 4

Telugu 4

Telugu 4

Telugu 4

Prabhasam

N/A

Telugu 4

Telugu 4

Telugu 4

Telugu 4

 

3.Is it required to do all 4 levels of Telugu classes?

*1 year of World Language course or a Fine Arts course completion is required for high school graduation. In addition, it is also required to apply to UCs, CSU (California State University) and Private Universities (including Ivy League Schools)

*CSU requires 2 years of World Language

*UCs also require 2 years of World Language (3 is recommended). In addition, all private universities recommend 4 years of World Language.

4. Who can register for Telugu for Credit Classes?

Only students in grades 8 -12 attending Lammersville Unified school district can sign up for the class.

5.  Are non ManaBadi students allowed to enroll directly into Telugu 2 class?

No, non ManaBadi students cannot enroll directly into Telugu 2 class.

6.   To comply with State universities, UC requirements, can a student take 1 year of 2 different languages and fulfil the requirement?

A student can take 2 different language classes (concurrent enrollment) but they must complete at least 2 years of each language to fulfil CSU requirements and UC requirements.

 

7. Is Telugu 4, an Advanced Placement class?

No, Telugu 4 is neither Honors class nor Advanced Placement class

 

8. How do we enroll for ‘Telugu for credit’ classes?

Register online with SiliconAndhra ManaBadi by Aug 1st.

manabadi.siliconandhra.org

9. Where are the classes held? TBD

10.How will my child receive credit for the class from their school if (s)/ he is not attending the class on school campus during the day?

After you register your child, SiliconAndhra ManaBadi will submit the information to your child’s secondary school and report the grades.

11.  Can my child take only Telugu for credit class and not take any other world language class in their school?

Yes, if your child takes Telugu for credit class, then she/he is not required to take any other world language class.

For any questions contact:          

sridevi.ganti@manabadi.siliconandhra.org