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Third-Year Spanish, Part 1

SPAN 061 | High School Course

Students will focus on developing speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills, with appropriate grammatical principles as well as additional insights into culture (focusing on Mexico and Guatemala). Conversation practice happens in the Conversation Café, where students will interact with other students and course teaching assistants. This new Spanish course includes many interactive activities and also includes an instructor-hosted wiki and live one-on-one speaking appointments. This is the fifth course in a six-part Spanish series (SPAN 041, 043, 051, 053, 061, and 063).

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NoteAll speaking appointments require high-speed internet access (hardwired if possible) and a computer with a webcam, a microphone, and speakers or headphones.PrerequisitesSecond-Year Spanish, Part 2 (SPAN 053) or equivalentCourse OutlineUnit 1: ¿Cuáles son tus tradiciones?
Unit 2: ¿Qué hacías tú cuando eras niño/a?
Unit 3: ¿Más o menos?
Midterm Review
Unit 4: ¿Dónde trabajas?
Unit 5: ¿Qué me recomiendas?
Unit 6: Por favor…
Cumulative Review
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Third-Year Spanish, Part 2

SPAN 063 | High School Course

Students will focus on developing speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills, with appropriate grammatical principles as well as additional insights into culture (focusing on Ecuador, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Panama, and Costa Rica). Conversation practice happens in the Conversation Café, where students will interact with other students and course teaching assistants. This new Spanish course includes many interactive activities and also includes an instructor-hosted wiki and live one-on-one speaking appointments. This is the sixth course in a six-part Spanish series (SPAN 041, 043, 051, 053, 061, and 063).Instructor(s): Peter MoultonCredit Hours: 0.50$289.00Add to cart

Course Details

NoteAll speaking appointments require high-speed internet access (hardwired if possible) and a computer with a webcam, a microphone, and speakers or headphones.PrerequisitesThird-Year Spanish, Part 1 (SPAN 061) or equivalentCourse OutlineUnit 1: ¿Cuál es tu comida preferida?
Unit 2: ¿Qué acabas de comprar?
Unit 3: ¿Quién va a poner la mesa?
Review #1
Unit 4: ¿Estás enfermo/a?
Unit 5: ¿Cómo es tu salud?
Review #2
Unit 6: Buen viaje
Unit 7: ¿Dónde vas a alojarte?
Unit 8: ¿Vas en tu coche?
Cumulative Review
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