International Heritage Languages

International and Heritage Languages

Spanish

Learning Spanish in Manitoba
Spanish is the language of many peoples who have made many important contributions to the history and culture of the world. Today, there are close to 400 million native speakers of Spanish, and close to 500 million speakers worldwide, including Spain and Africa, as well as Central America, South America, and North America. It is alanguage of enormous social, political, and economic importance.

Western and Northern Canadian Protocol (WNCP) Projects

The Common Curriculum Framework for Spanish Language and Culture: Six-Year Junior/Senior High School Program (WNCP)

The Common Curriculum Framework for Spanish Language and Culture: Four-Year High School Program (WNCP)

Spanish Language and Culture: Six-Year Junior/Senior High School Program Implementation Manual (WNCP)

Spanish Language and Culture: Four-Year High School Program Implementation Manual (WNCP)


Curriculum Frameworks

Grade 7 to Senior 4 Spanish Language and Culture: Manitoba Curriculum Framework of Outcomes

Senior 1 to Senior 4 Spanish Language and Culture: Manitoba Curriculum Framework of Outcomes


Foundation Documents

Grade 7 to Senior 4 Spanish Language and Culture: A Foundation for Implementation

Senior 1 to Senior 4 Spanish Language and Culture: A Foundation for Implementation


Distance Learning


Learning Resources Reviews

Spanish Learning Resources: Grade 7 to Senior 4 and Senior 1 to Senior 4 : Compilation of Annotated Bibliographies, 2000-2003 is a reference tool that supports Grade 7 to Senior 4, and Senior 1 to Senior 4 Spanish instruction, learning, and assessment.

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