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Unformatted text preview: SYLLABUS FOR SPANISH 2320 FOURTH SEMESTER Instructora: Cecilia Tocaimaza-Hatch Oficina: Centennial Hall 135 Horas de consulta: TBA E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 1. CLASS MANAGEMENT Class objectives 1. In this course students will be able to review the grammar covered during the first year and learn more advanced structures. 2. Students will be able to increase their vocabulary about a variety of new topics. 3. Students will be more aware of important cultural matters in the Hispanic culture. 4. Through much written and oral practice, students will be able to improve their speaking, listening, writing, and reading in Spanish. 1.a) Texts: Avance: Intermediate Spanish (McGraw-Hill, 2004), Second edition. Paper workbook for Avance . 1.b) Communication: I will post important information about deadlines, assignments, class hand-outs, and activities that you are responsible for ahead of class time, as well as your grades in TRACS. I will also communicate much important class information through e-mail. You are responsible for checking your TX State e-mail ahead of class in order to get this important information. 1.c) Class civility and Student Courtesy: As the course instructor, I make every effort to be respectful and kind in my dealings with my students in CLASS, OFFICE HOURS and BY E-MAIL COMMUNICATION. I expect students to treat me in the same way. A student who behaves in an unkind or disrespectful manner will be kindly asked to leave my office or the class for the day and to come back and discuss the matter with me and the Modern Languages department Chair when s/he can do so in a more appropriate manner. A student whose communication by e-mail includes forceful, accusatory, threatening content and/or impolite forms of address WILL BE IGNORED, hence the student can expect NO answer from me and will need to come see me during office hours only to discuss the matter in person. The e-mail and its author will also be reported to the department Chair for further disciplinary actions. 1.d) Academic honesty: From the Undergraduate Catalog: “All members of the academic community are responsible for supporting freedom and openness through rigorous personal standards of honesty and fairness. Specific sanctions for academic dishonesty are outlined in the students’ handbook.” Please note that copying material from the I nternet,...
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course SPAN 2320 taught by Professor Tocamaiza during the Summer '11 term at Texas State.
- Summer '11