Course Description > Curricula Components
The first component is The Central Theme. The process of Self-Identity and Self-Discovery begins with the literature.
The second component is the Apprenticeship. In this component, the students have taken the above courses and are now in upper level Spanish classes. They continue with the program by becoming an apprentice, and/or aide/tutor students in beginning level classes, as well as assisting Spanish teachers with any need they may have. With this experience, they earn community service hours towards graduation.
The third component is the Academic Symposium. This takes place in the Spanish as a Living Language curriculum. Second year LL students are responsible for designing, planning and implementing a symposium that relates to their curriculum.