Languages Other Than English
The study of world languages is an essential part of education. In the 21st century language classroom, students gain an understanding of two basic aspects of human existence: The nature of communication and the complexity of culture. Students become aware of multiple perspectives and means of expression, which lead to an appreciation of difference and diversity. Further benefits of foreign language study include stronger cognitive development, increased creativity, and divergent thinking. Students who effectively communicate in more than one language, with an appropriate understanding of cultural context, are globally literate and possess the attributes of successful participants in the world community.
Magnolia ISD students are provided ample opportunities to engage receptively and expressively in conversations, to present information expressively to an audience, and to comprehend cultural and linguistic aspects of the language.
Source: The provisions of this §114.53 adopted to be effective July 30, 2017, 42 TexReg 3640.
|Textbook Adoption: Avancemos by HMH||Textbook Adoption: T'es Branché by EMC|
|World Language Classes Offered|
|Spanish 1 (Offered in 8th Grade)||French I|
|IB Spanish II & Pre-AP Spanish II||French II|
|Pre-AP Spanish III||Pre-AP French II|
|IB Spanish IV||Pre AP French III|
|AP Spanish IV (language & composition)||AP French IV|
|IV Spanish V||IB French IV|
|AP Spanish V (literature & composition)||IB French AB Initio 1 & 2|
|AP Spanish for Native Speakers|
|Spanish for Native Speakers 1 & 2|