Thank you for visiting - Huan Ying - Merci de votre visite - Gracias por visitarWORLD LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT
Follow @SeaholmWLThe mission of the World Language Department at Seaholm High School is to educate students in the acquisition of a new language and its respective culture. In our classes, our students learn to listen, read, write and speak in the target language, while also gaining relevant cultural insight and experience. This learning will help students become reflective, compassionate, and honorable members of our interdependent global society.
Our staff is committed to teaching the 5 C's of Foreign Language Learning, as outlined in the National Standards in Foreign Language Education: Communication, Culture, Connections, Comparisons, and Communities."As language teachers, we dream of inspiring our students to practice autonomously and make human connections outside of the classroom." -T. Hoy
Please click on the presentation to start the slides.Department News
- New Spanish Textbooks - The Spanish program will be using new textbooks, starting in the 2023/24 school year. Take a look HERE.
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Spanish National Honor Society
Want to enhance your college applications and improve your Spanish at the same time? Come join the Seaholm Spanish National Honor Society! This elite club is a great way to meet other Spanish students, get involved in the community, and engage in Hispanic cultural events. Applications can be found on the Seaholm World Language Website or in Profe Hladki’s room (C-104). You can find the SNHS Bylaws HERE.
Please ask us about our travel opportunities. Students and teachers have traveled to multiple countries over the years, and we are looking to new and exciting trips. Speak to your language teacher if you have ideas, suggestions, or questions.
LINKS STAFF 2022-23 Natural Born Linguists: What Drives Multi-Language Speakers? Mr. Dodge The Guardian Ms. Hladki The Superior Social Skills of Bilinguals Ms. Marx The New York Times Ms. Meleca Twenty-five Reasons to Study Foreign Languages Mr. Torres (DH) Auburn University Ms. Wang Harvard University Your Mind on Language: How Bilingualism Boosts Your Brain Staff Alumni Huff Post Mr. Alexander Ms. Nienstadt How to Learn a Foreign Language Ms. Bartlett Ms. Palizzi University of Michigan Ms. Billinger Ms. Quenaudon Key Factors Behind Learning a Foreign Language Ms. Burgess Ms. Rodríguez Kansas State University Ms. DeSimone Ms. Russo The Significance of Learning another Language Ms. Dorre Ms. Sun The Runner Mr. Erazo Ms. Toth How Learning a New Language Improves Tolerance Ms. Gerlach Ms. Urian The Conversation Ms. Gilson Ms. Valin Why Multilingual People Have Healthier, More Engaged Brains Ms. Maliszewski Ms. M. Wang KQED.org Ms. Mayman Ms. Whalen Should Your Student Take 4 Years of Foreign Language? Ms. Menna TheCollegeMoneyGuys.com
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