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SPAN& 123 - Spanish III


5 CR

Continues SPAN 122 . Format includes extensive audio and Internet usage. This class is not intended for “Heritage Speakers” (i.e. Students who grew up speaking Spanish.). Please refer to “Spanish for Heritage Speakers” SPAN 232  if you grew up speaking Spanish without ever having had formal instruction.

Prerequisite(s): SPAN 122  or permission of instructor.

Course Outcomes
  • Accurately transcribe exactly what was heard, answering questions related to the information provided by native speakers.
  • Ask and provide general information, and reproducing proper intonation and adapting verbal communication to purpose and audience.
  • Explain the main idea of what is read, accounting for the general tone of the writer and category of reading material, giving special attention to the target language punctuation, and deducing meaning about what is read by making educated guesses using cognates, context and previous learning to facilitate comprehension.
  • Make inferences based on the text and discuss what is read.
  • Correctly classify verbs’ modes and tenses, distinguishing between regular and irregular verbs and different pronouns categories; show noun-verb and noun-adjective agreement; describe nouns, adjectives, pronouns, adverbs, conjunctions, and prepositions; recognize and apply correctly adverbs, conjunctions, prepositions, and pronouns.
  • Correctly classify verbs’ modes and tenses, distinguishing between regular and irregular verbs and different pronouns categories; show noun-verb and noun-adjective agreement; describe nouns, adjectives, pronouns, adverbs, conjunctions, and prepositions; recognize and apply correctly adverbs, conjunctions, prepositions, and pronouns.
  • Identify basic cultural information introduced through theme-specific vocabulary, photographs, and authentic video material centered on the world of the target language.
  • Explain in the first language both differences and similarities between the cultures of the first and target languages.
 


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