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Language Teacher Subject Matter

  • Air travel- Students will be able to: 1. Refine skill in describing people, places and things using the present and past time frames. 2. Increase vocabulary base by 35-50 words, expressions and recombinations related to air travel, everyday activities, and the geography of central America.
  • Charles Baudelaire: The Poet of Sickness and Evil
  1. Conversation and the Past Tense - To be able to switch from present tense to the past tense easily To be able to write and spell properly.
  2. Egyptian Symbols and Figures: Hieroglyphs
  3. Egyptian Symbols and Figures: Scroll Painting
  4. Foreign Language Importance - Why Foreign Language is Important?
  5. French and Family
  6. French Connections
  7. "Hamlet" Meets "Chushingura": Traditions of the Revenge Tragedy
  8. In My Other Life
  9. Italian Adjectives - Students will explore and comprehend adjectives in Italian.
  10. Italian Lesson 1- For the first few weeks, I plan on only using nouns and simple phrases, words that you're likely to run into (and should know what they mean). Later, I'll get into verbs and sentence structure.
  11. Italian Lesson 2: La Casa- Gets into sentence structure.
  12. Italian Lesson 3: a scuola (at school)- The numbers from 100 to 999999 are covered, regular 1st (-are) verb conjugation is introduced, you'll learn some question-and-answer words, and you'll find out how to tell time in Italian.
  13. La Familia
  14. La Vie en Cave!
  15. "Relaxed Rotating Review" - Basic "everyday life" Latin vocabulary.
  16. Russian - Students will participate in a class where Russian is spoken and the teacher is a native speaker of Russian.
  17. Say Hi to Haibun Fun
  18. The Alphabet Is Historic: Curriculum Overview
  19. The Alphabet Is Historic: The Greek Alphabet: More Familiar Than You Think!
  20. The Alphabet Is Historic: The Phoenicians and the Beginnings of the Alphabet
  21. The Alphabet Is Historic: The Phoenicians, the Greeks, the Romans, and Us
  22. The Alphabet Is Historic: The Roman Alphabet Is Our Alphabet
  23. The Barking Mouse- Students develop an understanding of and respect for diversity in language use, patterns, and dialects across cultures, ethnic groups, geographic regions, and social roles.
  24. The Language Bank
  25. Traditions and Languages of Three Native Cultures: Tlingit, Lakota, and Cherokee
  26. You Too Can Learn Italian- 3 basic lessons to get you started.