University of North Texas
Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
Level Coordinator: Ms. M. Estes,
Class & section #
Meeting Times & Location:
Ana Maria Zurbuch
E-mail / Phone:
Office hours & Location: W & F
The University of North Texas is on record as being committed to both the spirit and letter of federal
equal opportunity legislation; reference Public Law 92-112 – The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended.
With the passage of new federal legislation entitled Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), pursuant to
section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, there is renewed focus on providing this population with the same
opportunities enjoyed by all citizens.
Students must follow the Procedure for Requesting Special Accommodation, as indicated in the UNT
Policy Manual, which can be found at the following URL:
According to these guidelines, "Within the first week of class, qualified students must notify the
instructor or academic unit liaison for disability accommodation that options to standard methods of
educational access will be needed."
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ELIGIBILITY / UNT PROOF OF PREREQUISITE POLICY
This course is designed for students who have passed Spanish 2040 at UNT or who have tested into this
level on the placement exam. Each student is required to show proof to the instructor at the beginning of
the semester. If you took Spanish 2040 at UNT, documentation showing that you successfully completed
it will suffice (transcript, grade report, etc.). If you did not take 2040 at UNT, you will need to provide
your instructor with the course approval from the Department of Foreign Languages showing placement
into 2050. If you do not have proof, you must drop yourself from the course to receive a refund before the
appropriate deadline. It is the student’s responsibility to know the deadlines for refunds and other actions.
COURSE CONTENT AND OBJECTIVES
This is an intermediate course designed for students who have taken beginning Spanish.
At the end of this course the successful student:
will be able to use Spanish to negotiate meaning in a variety of contexts, including academia
will be able to interact with a wide variety of Spanish texts, including literary texts, newspapers,
and popular song