Foreign Language

Foreign Language Teachers

A List of Cajon's Foreign Language Teachers and their information.

Foreign Language Courses

Course Flow chart and information.

Foreign Language

The first two years of language study are devoted to acquiring the fundamental skills of conversation, grammar, reading and writing as well as an understanding of the culture. Each unit is designed so students can master specific skills and are able to ask and answer questions on specific topics in the foreign language. In the following years, the students learn additional phrases for conversation and continue to increase basic vocabulary skills. The advanced levels include more comprehensive oral responses, and the students examine more of the literature and culture of the country. Each year the goal of language learning is for the student to increase the ability to converse in and understand the language in both formal and informal situations. To enhance the student’s enjoyment of speaking, reading, and writing in the selected language, numerous supplementary materials are used.

Possible Career Objectives for the Student with Foreign Language Training

Accountant Diplomatic Corps Museum Curator
Airline Flight Attendant Doctor Nurse
Airline Ground Personnel Educator Personal Manager
Art/Design Fashion Industry Police Officer
Bilingual Aide Government Agencies Restaurant Worker
Broadcaster Historian Secretary
Business Rep. Overseas Hotel Industry Tour Director
Court Reporter Interpreter Translator
Customs Agent Journalist Travel Agent
Department Store Personnel Lawyer Writer


High School Grad. Req:

1 yr. of any visual or performing arts class or 1 yr. of any foreign language required for all students.

CSU/UC Requirements:

*Minimum of 2 yrs. of the same foreign language required for university entrance.
*3 yrs. recommended.

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