Spanish 3

This course provides opportunities to synthesize their previous knowledge within the five strands: listening, reading, writing, speaking, and culture.  The five strands are refined as the student becomes more involved in literature, art, music, and Latin American and Spanish history.  Spanish is the primary language of the classroom with students communicating solely in the second language so that they can succeed in everyday situations.  By the end of the year, students will be able to talk about important ideas that affect them, their society and their world.  Some of the topics discussed include art, the media, ancient civilizations and their role in the community.

Course Subject
Course Number
WL153A, WL153B
Grade Level
9, 10, 11
Course Duration
Course Credit
Prerequisite: Spanish 2, minimum cumulative grade of a C or better
Course Fee