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COURSE TITLE: Beginning Spanish I COURSE NUMBER: SPAN 1412 INSTRUCTOR’S NAME: Oksana Nemirovski OFFICE LOCATION: Campus SE Building, Room : ESEE 2140 A E --- MAIL: [email protected] NOTE: The instructor reserves the right to change any information contained in this document, when necessary, with adequate notice given to the student. Students requesting accommodations for disabilities must go through Disability Support Services. For more information, please contact the coordinator in Room ESED 2302A or call (817)515 --- 3593. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Class is taught on-line. No on Campus visits are required. Continued development of basic Spanish language skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing within a cultural framework. Students acquire the vocabulary and grammatical structures necessary to communicate and comprehend at the high beginner to low intermediate level. Successful completion of SPAN-1411 is strongly recommended before taking this class. REQUIRED TEXTBOOK Vistas with Supersite Plus(vText) and WebSAM 5 th Edition, Blanco Vista Higher Education Beginning Spanish II covers Chapters 6 -- 9. We have a few options for this textbook for SPAN 1412: 1. Vistas 5 th edition, loose pgs , chapters 1-18 with Supersite Plus Vtext&WEBSAM Good option if you are planning to take all 4 semesters of Spanish at TCC 2. Vistas 5 th edition, hardcover , chapters 1-18 with Supersite Plus Vtext&WEBSAM Good option if you are planning to take all 4 semesters of Spanish at TCC 3. Vistas 5 th edition, loose pgs , chapters 1-9 with Supersite Plus Vtext&WEBSAM Good option for first two semesters
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4. Vistas 5 th edition, only access code chapters 1-18 Supersite Plus Vtext&WEBSAM COURSE GOALS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES: COURSE GOALS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon successful completion of this course, students will: 1. Engage in conversations using level appropriate grammatical structures including narrating events that take place in the past. 2. Demonstrate understanding of level appropriate spoken Spanish produced by Spanish speakers of diverse origins. 3. Write simple to moderately complex sentences using level appropriate grammatical structures and organize them into cohesive paragraphs. 4. Read and comprehend level appropriate authentic texts. 5. Identify and discuss traditions, customs, and values of the Hispanic world; interpret social patterns and various products of Spanish cultures in terms of underlying cultural values and attitudes.
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