Frequently asked questions:
The key to opening the future for a learner is to learn world languages in the 21st century (Jacobs, 2013). Language learning is not limited by only communicating with native speakers of that language but also broadening their cultural understanding and appreciation of target culture as well as their own culture. Students cannot be not only proficient in the language but remains accomplished in the three modes of communication: Interpersonal, Interpretive, and Presentational; surrounded by Communication, Culture, Connections, Comparisons, Communities (Clementi & Terrill, 2013). Therefore, learners also sharpen their learning power, gain career opportunities because a learner "develops insight into their own language and culture," as well as "taking a more invigorating and open view of the world" (21st Century Skills Map, 2011). Learning the language allows the student exposure of the real world and various situations one may encounter.
Teacher Contact Information
Teacher: Grace Kuo
STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
Please inform teacher during the first week of classes about any disability or special needs that you may have that may require specific arrangements related to attending class sessions,
Grades for late assignments and required forms will be reduced by 20% each day after the assignment due date unless approval for late work is given in advance.
** Not all be accepted after due date. (Teacher will announce accordingly)
Name on Assignments:
Make sure your name is written on all papers you submitted or points will be deducted!
Extra Credit Options
No extra credit is available.