SPAN 1002 Course syllabus Spring 2011(3)

SPAN 1002 Course syllabus Spring 2011(3) - 1 Temple...

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Temple University Department of Spanish and Portuguese Basic II, Spanish 1002 Spring Semester 2011 Course coordinator: Norma Corrales-Martin, Ph.D. [email protected] Section ________ CLASSROOM MEETINGS DAYS___________________________________ Instructor: Meeting Time and Location: Office Location: Office Hours: Phone (for emergencies only): (215) 204-8285 E-mail Address: Section ________ LABORATORY MEETINGS DAY___________________________________ Instructor: Meeting Time and Location: Office Location: Office Hours: Phone (for emergencies only): (215) 204-8285 E-mail Address: CLASS SYLLABUS Spanish 1002 continues the introduction to the beauty and utility of Spanish begun in Spanish 1001. Spanish is the fastest growing language in the United States today and daily exposure to language can be seen in the print media, music, radio, television, and theater. The skills and knowledge acquired in Spanish 1002 will enable students to familiarize with these references. In addition, students will learn the culture and history of Spanish speaking peoples, a resource in social, economic, political, and health careers. Pre-Requisites: Spanish 1001 or appropriate score on the Placement Exam. http://www.temple.edu/marc/placements.html#ForeignLanguage 1 1
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Students should be able to conjugate the present tense and have a broad based beginner’s vocabulary. Description and Objectives: Spanish 1002 is the second semester of introductory Spanish. The course will develop skills in speaking, listening, reading, and writing as well as introducing students to the richness and diversity of Spanish- speaking cultures. Students will be immersed in language and culture through video and computer-assisted technology. Student output is emphasized in increased longer speaking and writing activities. The class is conducted in Spanish . The class is 4 hours, one of which is conducted in the language lab. Please note that evening and Ambler classes will have their fourth credit with their classroom instructor. Textbook: 1. Terrell, T., et al. (2010). Dos Mundos en Breve: Comunicación y comunidad. ( 4 th ed. ) New York: McGraw-Hill. Chapters 4-7. 2. Required materials included in package: Online Cuaderno de actividades with student Book Key, powered by Quía** ** If you purchase your textbook from a source other than the bookstore, you may purchase the book key online at http:// www.mhcentro.com/books and go to the “bookstore” in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. Enter the title of the book, Dos Mundos En Breve and click “search”. ***PURCHASE THE 5 TH ITEM ON THE LIST – The Online Cuaderno de Actividades. DO NOT BUY THE “ DOS MUNDOS EN BREVE DIGITAL EDITION” – that is a digital version of the textbook and NOT the workbook. All the materials listed above are available at the Temple University Main Campus Bookstore, as well as the Ambler
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