SPAN COURSE OUTLINE 2018 2019.pdf

SPAN COURSE OUTLINE 2018 2019.pdf - 2nd Term 2018-19 SPAN...

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1 2 nd Term 2018-19 Course Code & Title: SPAN 1000 O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z SPANISH I Language of Instruction: Spanish/English Units: 3 Course Description As the first in a series of six language courses, this course invites students without prior knowledge of Spanish to explore the basic features of the Spanish language. Supported by audiovisual aids, students will receive intensive practice in spoken and written Spanish through interactive class work, homework and online exercises. They will become familiar with the basic concepts of Spanish grammar and learn how to interact in simple everyday situations. Learning Outcomes By the end of the course, students will be able to: - understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. - introduce him/herself and others and ask and answer questions about personal details such as what he/she knows, where he/she lives and things he/she has. - interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help. - listen and understand familiar words and very basic phrases concerning immediate concrete surroundings, when people speak slowly and clearly in the target language. - read and understand familiar names, words and very simple sentences. - ask and answer simple questions in areas of immediate need or on very familiar topics. - write short simple texts and fill in forms with personal details. Course Content: the course will cover 4 units of the textbook ¡Nos vemos! 1 . Lesson Speech Acts Grammar Culture Unit 1 VIAJE AL ESPAÑOL A journey into the Spanish language - Greetings. - Introducing oneself. - Asking someone’s name. - Telling someone your name. - Asking about unknown words. - Asking and answering the reasons for learning Spanish. - Spanish stress and written accent rules. - Definite articles. - Gender of the nouns. - Plural forms of nouns. - Subject pronouns. - Spanish regular –AR verbs. - Numbers from 0 to 10. - Famous Hispanic people. - The most common Spanish names and surnames. - Formal and informal ‘you’. - Spanish language Unit 2 PRIMEROS CONTACTOS First encounters - Introducing yourself and others. - Talking about your country, town or village of origin. - Referring to physical and psychological states. - Spelling words. - Asking for contact information (e-mail, telephone number). - Talking about your work and professions. - Forming negative sentences. - The present tense of SER. - The present tense of TENER. - The Spanish alphabet. - Spanish regular -ER and –IR verbs. - Indefinite articles. - Masculine and feminine forms of professions. - Interrogative pronouns: CÓMO, QUÉ, DÓNDE, DE DÓNDE.
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