Lenape Valley Regional High School offers sequential study in four modern languages: French, German, Chinese, and Spanish. The primary goal of this study is the achievement of functional communication in the target language. All courses concentrate on the development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Using a variety of techniques, the World Language Department helps students enrolled in these classes achieve the following proficiencies:
- The development of listening comprehension and oral fluency in the selected language.
- The mastery of the grammatical foundation and syntax of the language studied.
- The heightened awareness of the culture and history of the nation or nations in which the selected language is spoken.
Although the study of foreign language is a one year requirement for graduation, students who anticipate attending college should pursue a minimum of two years or three years of continuous study of the same language. More competitive colleges may require a four-year sequence.
- Foreign Language Village - created by the upper level students as a mock village to test students' ability to function in a foreign land!
- Mardi Gras festivities to be held this year
- French, Spanish, and German Honor Societies
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