Elementary Spanish II

Syllabus

Spanish 1102 is an intensive introduction to Spanish language communicative competence, with stress on basic oral interaction, reading, witting and cultural knowledge as a continuation of Spanish W1101 (Elementary Spanish I). The main objectives are to understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of immediate relevance; communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a direct exchange of information on familiar matters; describe in simple terms aspects of our background and personal history; understand Enter a brief summary of what the course is about. Maximum 650 characters in a single paragraph. No format allowed.

The Spanish Language Program seeks to foster and sustain a continued progress in the development of a student’s language proficiency throughout their undergraduate career. Specifically, our program aims to educate students so that they will be able to successfully function not only in everyday Spanish-language environments, but also particularly in Spanish-language academic contexts, which require a precise, informed language proficiency, with activities (from the earliest levels) that are not limited to functionally communicating in daily foreign-language contexts, but that include, among other tasks, understanding and interpreting literary and cultural texts, listening to lectures and taking notes, participating in class discussions, understanding the grammatical inner-workings of the target language, answering exam questions, delivering oral presentations on complex topics, doing research, and writing papers in the target language.

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