Congratulations -- Gratulationes! Félicitacion! ¡Felicidades! -- to AMSA world language students who attained national recognition for excellent performances on the National French, Latin and Spanish exams.
The department of World Languages emphasizes the integration of oral proficiency, communication in the target language, and grammatical sequences in order to create a solid foundation in the language.All students are capable of learning a 2nd language! It is highly recommended that all students elect a world language by ninth grade and that the same language be continued as colleges value this in their admissions process.
Our objectives are for every student to:
- Develop the skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
- Gain knowledge and understanding of other cultures.
- Compare their own language and culture with another.
- Make connections with other subject areas.
- Participate in communities at home and around the world in other languages.
Through the use of communicative activities, technology, reading, writing and the study of grammar, students develop a working knowledge of the target language that is useful in the current global society in which we live.
The award recognizes students who have achieved proficiency in English as well as one or more additional languages.
In honor of Women's History Month, Ms. Arteaga's AP Spanish students researched Hispanic American women who were trailblazers in their fields.
For National Foreign Language Week, the Spanish National Honor Society and French Club decorated the canvas panels in the White Building.
Congratulations to 25 students inducted into the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica!
Recognizes students who demonstrate proficiency in English and any other language.
JCL gives out friendship bracelets attached to Latin quotes.
MSA students earned many medals on the national French, Latin and Spanish exams this spring!
A fascinating interdisciplinary project between Latin and Art classes is examining the concept of “self.”
We’re proud of all the students honored at last week’s World Language Ceremony!
Designing Roman pets for year-long project called "Quis ego sum" (Who am I).
Each day during morning announcements, a student says "good morning and have a great day" in a different language.
Congratulations to 25 AMSA Lower School students who earned medals and certificates.
That energetic music you heard was Spanish teacher Karin Heisler leading a Zumba class.