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Mount Boucherie Secondary
Welcome to Our Mountain
Languages
 

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Meet the Language Department

 

Language Department Head
 
French

American Sign Language
Ms. Johnston Banser - michelle.johnstonbanser@sd23.bc.ca

German
 
Japanese
 
Spanish
Ms. Keyworth-Janzenkristie.keyworth@sd23.bc.ca
 

University Entrance Requirements

There is a great diversity of University entrance program requirements at Canadian post-secondary institutions. Individual students need to verify requirements with the post-secondary institution of their choice.

Useful Sites:
www.quizlet.com - French/Spanish
www.realkana.com - Japanese
 
Which Language Should You Learn?
Mount Boucherie offers many languages for you to study, including French, German, Spanish, Japanese, American Sign Language, and Italian Language and Culture. Whatever language you choose, learning it will make a difference in how you see the world and in how the world sees you.

 

 The Job Advantage in a Global Economy -

 More and more businesses work closely with companies in other countries. They need many different kinds of workers who can communicate in different languages and understand other cultures. Studying a foreign language can improve your analytic and interpretive capacities. And three years of language study on your record will catch the eye of anyone reading your job or college application. No matter what career you choose, if you've learned a second language, you'll have a real advantage.

Discover new worlds! Get an insider's view of another culture and a new view of your own. Studying a new language, reading other people's stories, and connecting with people in their own language can be a source of pleasure and surprise.
Connect with other cultures! Learning about other cultures will help you expand your personal horizons and become a responsible citizen. Your ability to talk to others and gain knowledge beyond the world of English can contribute to your community and your country.