Foreign Languages

If you are doing Mango, Duolingo or Keewords, I suggest 15-30 minutes a day depending on age.

Mango — through libraries, 16 languages — easy paced, guided lessons, teaches conversation through phrases

Duolingo — a handful of languages done with interactive activities

Learn 101 — Beginning vocabulary and grammar for over 100 languages

French Beginners Lessons — youtube channel, half a year’s worth

French 1 – college semester course equal to a year of high school, continued with French 2

French 1 — high school course, continued with French 2  (GA Virtual Learning is aligned with Common Core Standards)

Spanish Beginner’s Course — flashcard system with quizzes

EP’s 6th Level Spanish

EP’s 7th Level Spanish

EP Spanish 1

EP Spanish 2

EP Spanish 3

(supplement–Spanish 1 and Spanish 2 review videos by topic)

Online Advanced Spanish Book

German 1 — high school course, continued with German 2 and German 3  (GA Virtual Learning is aligned with Common Core Standards)

American Sign Language  (I recommend doing this in addition to a spoken language if you think you are headed to college. You’ll need to check with your school district and any colleges you are interested in as to whether this would count to meet any foreign language requirement. If a college you are looking at asks for a “world” language, then sign language and things like Latin would not count to meet their requirement.)

2 thoughts on “Foreign Languages

  1. C. Smith January 10, 2013 / 8:23 pm

    Is Keewords for english learners?

    • The King Will Make a Way February 7, 2013 / 8:11 am

      I’m assuming it’s all for English speakers learning another language.

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