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Foreign Language development of conversational and writing skills are the main goals of this course. Prerequisite: Span 102 or permission. Fall 202-3  Intermediate Spanish II A continuation of 201, involving improvement of vocabulary, conversation, and composition skills, with special attention to the review and introduction of the most advanced structures of language. Prerequisite: Span 201 or permission. Spring 310-3 Advanced Spanish I This course focuses on honing the four language skills (reading, writing, speaking and listening) through a comprehensive review of grammar structures. Specific attention will be paid to the acquisition of idiomatic expressions, mastery of the subjunctive, and written & oral analysis of brief socioliterary texts. Prerequisite: Span 202 or permission. Fall 320-3 Advanced Spanish II A continuation of SPAN 310. Specific attention will be paid to the acquisition of idiomatic expressions, mastery of the sequence of tenses, and written & oral analysis of brief socioliterary texts. Prerequisite: Span 202 or permission. Spring 330-3 Spanish Peninsular Cultural Studies I Students will be exposed to representative events, personalities, films, and literary texts germane to Spanish Peninsular culture. Emphasis is on the evolution of Spanish cultural identity from the Golden Age until 1936. Prerequisite: Span 202 or permission. Fall, even years 340-3 Spanish Peninsular Cultural Studies II A continuation of SPAN 330. Emphasis is on the evolution of Spanish cultural identity from 1936 until the present. Prerequisite: Span 202 or permission. Spring, odd years

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370-3 Latin American Cultural Studies I Students will be exposed to representative events, personalities, films, and literary texts germane to Latin American countries. Emphasis is on the evolution of Latin American cultural identity from the Conquest until 1898. Prerequisite: Span 202 or permission. Fall, odd years 380-3 Latin American Cultural Studies II A continuation of SPAN 380. Emphasis is on the evolution of Latin American cultural identity from 1898 until the present. Prerequisite: Span 202 or permission. Spring, even years 400-3 Introduction to Spanish Linguistics (Special Topics) An introduction to the basics of linguistics and its various fields of research with the objective of a gaining a better understanding of second language acquisition. The course will be taught in Spanish and will focus not only on the grammatical and phonological aspects of the language, but also on sociolinguistic contexts and variance. Offered on demand only to secondary education majors; however the secondary education program is currently suspended. 200‑2‑4 Directed Studies 290-1-3 Special Topics 291-1-3 Special Topics 300‑2‑4 Directed Studies/Special Topics 390-1-3 Special Topics 391-1-3 Special Topics 400‑2‑4 Directed Studies/Special Topics 490-1-1 Special Topics 491-1-3 Special Topics (by arrangement)

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Academic catalog 18 19 (web)  

Academic catalog 18 19 (web)