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SPAN 231 - Spanish for Heritage Speakers I

5 Credits
This course is designed to build on the language base students already have by developing and improving oral and written literacy skills in Spanish. Students will explore their multilingual and multicultural heritage, improving their knowledge of English as well as Spanish and increasing their knowledge of Latin American cultures.

Instructor Permission Required Yes
Course Note Designed for native or heritage Spanish speakers with oral proficiency but little or no formal training in the language. Student must be a native or heritage Spanish speaker and have permission of instructor.
Fees

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Designed to Serve Designed for native or heritage Spanish speakers with oral proficiency but little or or no formal training in the language.
Active Date 2015-04-06

Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 25
Contact Hours: Lecture 55 Lab 0 Worksite 0 Clinical 0 Other 0
Total Contact Hours 55
Degree Distributions:
AA
  • Humanities Area I

Course Outline
Grammar, syntax, and vocabulary; practice with formal varieties of Spanish; oral presentations and writing; reading of diverse texts; topics for reading/discussion/writing include immigration, history, and gender, race, and ethnic identity in Latin America.

Student Learning Outcomes
Read a variety of texts written in Spanish, and demonstrate ability to relate them to their historical, social, and cultural contexts.

Write texts in Spanish for different purposes and audiences.

Speak in Spanish for a variety of purposes and for diverse audiences.

Deliver oral presentations on cultural topics related to Latin American countries.

Reflect on their developing proficiency in both Spanish and English.



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