To prepare students to understand, construct, and communicate meaningful, varied contents showing confidence and creativity in their interactions, as well as gaining insight into the cultural characteristics of the communities where the languages are spoken, raising awareness and understanding of the perspectives of people from own and other cultures. Students will establish accurate and fluent communication channels while developing multiliteracy skills in a wide variety of contexts, recognizing and using language as a vehicle of thought, reflection, self-expression and learning in other subjects. Such contexts may include daily life situations, academic settings, interdisciplinary topics, and worldwide current events. In addition to this, the Area programs look into further analysis of language structures through cultural and communicative contexts, and literary elements from a comprehensive range of genres and authors through consistent scaffolding of psychomotor, socio-affective, and critical thinking skills while students interact in the foreign languages learning processes.