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SPAN 2216 Spanish Conversation, Composition, and Reading II (Fall/Spring: 3 )

Course Description

The main objective of this course is to consolidate students’ skills so that upon successful completion of the sequence (CCR1 and CCR2) they will have acquired a proficient level of Spanish. Students will acquire discursive fluency and accuracy by working on the following skills: listening and reading comprehension, writing, speaking and oral interaction. The course focuses on complex grammar topics and extensive vocabulary, as well as on expanding students’ knowledge of cultural and historical aspects of Spanish speaking countries. Likewise, the course will foster students’ analytical, critical, and creative skills in the target language through the use of a variety of authentic materials such as literary texts, newspaper texts, and audiovisual materials.

Instructor(s): Esther Gimano Ugalde (Coordinator)

Prerequisites: SPAN2215 or Admission by placement test or Appropriate score on SAT II/AP exam

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Comments: Conducted in Spanish
Since CCR2 is designed as a continuation of CCR1 we highly recommend it after successful completion of CCR1. Satisfies Foreign Language Proficiency core requirement.

Last Updated: 20-Jan-17