Middle School Electives
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MIDDLE SCHOOL FRENCH l
This introductory French Course is for middle school students taking their first course in this language with a goal of mastering French as a second language. Course topics include: Introduction to French; Greetings; Numbers; Vocabulary; Verbs and Verb Conjugations; Currency; Familiar Nouns; Basic Conversation; French Culture;
MIDDLE SCHOOL SPANISH I
Spanish 1 is a Novice Mid performance level class organized around themes and topics. In this class, students will learn basic vocabulary and grammar concepts. Additionally, students will gain cultural knowledge of Spanish speaking cultures around the globe. Students will learn to communicate with others and talk about a variety of topics such as leisure activities and hobbies, their classes and school life, their families, as well as parties they may plan for various holidays and important dates. This course has been A-G Approved through the University of California.
MIDDLE SCHOOL GERMAN I
This introductory German course is for students with a goal of mastering German as a second language. Students will study vocabulary, greetings, sentence structure, basic grammar, and gain practical knowledge necessary for real-world conversation. Common everyday scenarios relating to the home and family, activities, school, shopping, making plans, and grocery shopping are all addressed. The instructor will also go over a variety of practices and customs observed in the country of Germany. This course has been A-G Approved through the University of California.
MIDDLE SCHOOL HEALTH
This course was developed in association with Children's Mercy Hospital and is aligned with the National Health Education Standards. Course topics include: Fundamentals of Good Health; Physical Fitness; Basics of Nutrition; Mental and Emotional Well-Being; Personal Hygiene and Consumer Choice; Communicable Diseases; Non-Communicable Diseases; Personal Safety; First Aid; Health and the World Around You;
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