Foreign Language Courses
American Sign Language 1 (grade 9)
As a basic introduction to the language of the deaf, students learn finger spelling, vocabulary, and learn to see “words” as pictures. Textbook incorporates deaf culture with practical use. Occasional outings acquaint them with deaf culture.
|00061||La Mirada||W / F||1:55PM-2:55PM||$270.00||OPEN|
|00029||Garden Grove||R / T||1:40PM-2:40PM||$270.00||OPEN|
Latin 1 (grade 9)
The relationship of Latin to English is presented throughout the course. This first-year foreign language study of Latin includes: reading, writing, and translation. Through Latin studies, students become better prepared to study the Romance languages such as French and Spanish.
|00062||La Mirada||W / F||1:55PM-2:55PM||$270.00||OPEN|
|00074||Online||AdobeConnect||T / R||11:00AM-12:00PM||$270.00||OPEN|
Spanish 1 (grade 9)
Students learn to speak, understand, read, and write basic Spanish, with an emphasis on everyday dialogue. This course provides a strong foundation for success in Spanish 2.
Prerequisite: Internet access
|00129||South Bay||T / R||1:40PM-2:40PM||$270.00||OPEN|
|00163||Temecula Valley||T / R||1:45PM-2:45PM||$270.00||OPEN|
|00063||La Mirada||W / F||1:55PM-2:55PM||$270.00||OPEN|
|00030||Garden Grove||R / T||1:40PM-2:40PM||$270.00||OPEN|
|00192||Yorba Linda||T / R||12:25PM-1:25PM||$270.00||OPEN|
American Sign Language 2 (grade 10)
Students continue to develop vocabulary and fluency in communicating with the deaf. They will begin to learn narrative skills. Textbook incorporates deaf culture with an understanding of appropriate cultural behaviors. Course requires outside activities.
Prerequisite: American Sign Language 1.
|00069||La Mirada||W / F||3:00PM-4:00PM||$270.00||OPEN|
Latin 2 (grade 10)
This second-year course includes intermediate reading, writing, and translation. Selected readings include recognizable English selections, Bible verses, and readings related to ancient Rome.
Prerequisite: Latin 1
|00073||Online||AdobeConnect||T / R||9:00AM-10:00AM||$270.00||OPEN|
Spanish 2 (grade 10)
Students expand their ability to understand and converse in daily spoken Spanish, and enjoy a multimedia approach as they explore the customs and cultures of the Spanish speaking world.
Prerequisite: Spanish 1 and internet access.
|00187||Yorba Linda||T / R||10:50AM-11:50AM||$270.00||OPEN|
|00070||La Mirada||W / F||3:00PM-4:00PM||$270.00||OPEN|
|00168||Temecula Valley||T / R||2:50PM-3:50PM||$270.00||OPEN|
|00126||South Bay||T / R||12:35PM-1:35PM||$270.00||OPEN|
American Sign Language 3 (grade 11)
Students continue to develop fluency in communicating with the deaf, as they build upon narrative, presentation, conversational skills, and those needed to explain ideas and how things work. They will translate written text into American Sign Language. Curriculum includes language activities, cultural exercises, and cross-cultural discussions. Course requires outside activities.
Prerequisite: American Sign Language 2
|00064||La Mirada||W / F||1:55PM-2:55PM||$270.00||OPEN|
Latin 3 (grade 11)
This course offers third-year Latin in advanced reading, writing, and translation. Conversation exercises, primary text reading and Bible verses will be studied in-depth.
Prerequisite: Latin 2
|00072||Online||AdobeConnect||T / R||1:00PM-2:00PM||$270.00||OPEN|
Spanish 3 (grade 11)
Students continue to gain confidence in daily spoken Spanish. This concentrated course increases vocabulary, writing, and speaking skills through the exploration of the customs and cultures of the Spanish speaking world.
Prerequisite: Spanish 2 and internet access
|00132||South Bay||T / R||10:50AM-11:50AM||$270.00||OPEN|
|00183||Yorba Linda||T / R||9:30AM-10:30AM||$270.00||OPEN|
|00164||Temecula Valley||T / R||1:45PM-2:45PM||$270.00||OPEN|
Sample Class Schedules
Tuition is per semester. (see Tuition/Fees)
Course Level Guidelines
The course levels listed in parentheses (excluding Torrey Academy Classes) are guidelines. We realize that homeschoolers often cross grade-level "boundaries" for many subjects; therefore students are welcome to enroll in any class that suits their level of achievement. Please remember that our core courses are college preparation level, and students will be expected to maintain these high standards.
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Memorization is a vital part of any foreign language program. Please make sure students are drilled in vocabulary, have completed the assigned course work and are familiar with any audio/visual resources.