Spanish 101 102 Fall 2011(1)

Spanish 101 102 Fall 2011(1) - BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY...

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BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY Department of Modern Languages and Literatures Coordinator: Fátima María Cornwall Office: Library 140 D Phone #: 426-1073 e-mail: fcornwal@boisestate.edu Please read this syllabus thoroughly, as your enrollment in this class indicates your acceptance of the following policies. ¡Bienvenidos! Welcome! The purpose of these policies is to assure consistency among different sections of the same course, and to establish a coherent sequence as students move from course to course. Please read them carefully. Learning Outcomes for the beginning language series (101-102 or 108) The elementary and intermediate language series (101-202) offered by the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures currently fulfills Area I Core requirements in the Arts & Humanities, specifically as they relate to the Learning Outcomes of the Core Curriculum as listed in the BSU catalog under Communication Skills Cultural Perspective. Students who complete an elementary or intermediate language course with a high level of achievement will be able to: Communication Skills Read, interpret, analyze, and evaluate written discourse in the target language at the elementary or intermediate level; Write clearly and appropriately in the target language for a variety of purposes and for different audiences at the elementary or intermediate level; Employ speaking, listening, and interpersonal skills appropriate to various rhetorical situations in the target language at the elementary or intermediate level; Interpret, analyze and evaluate spoken and written discourse in the target language at the elementary or intermediate level; Identify and make appropriate use of information sources in both written and spoken discourse in the target language at the elementary or intermediate level; Negotiate meaning in a variety of situations and contexts appropriate to the stage of elementary or intermediate language acquisition; Cultural Perspective Explain their own cultural perspective and make meaningful comparisons between it and other cultural perspectives. Philosophy of the Diversity Requirement 1
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Boise State University values cultural diversity in its faculty, its students and its curriculum. Because we live in a multicultural world, we seek to educate students to recognize and appreciate the many ways in which each of us is shaped by gender, sexual orientation, class, race, culture, ability, nationality, religion, and ethnicity. This requires more than just exposure to cultural differences; it requires that we critically examine such differences being attentive to the special challenges that each of us faces in understanding those whose lives are shaped by cultures other than our own. It is hoped that such reflection will afford each of us a critical perspective of the cultures with which we are most familiar and help us appreciate the elements common to human beings across cultures. Courses that fulfill Boise State University’s Diversity Requirement will serve as a
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