span201_syllabus

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1 The University of Mississippi Modern Languages Department Spanish 201 – Fall 2011 Instructor’s name: John P. Campiglio E-mail: jpc@olemiss.edu Office: 101 Old Athletics Phone Number: (662) 915-1943 Office hours: Tues./Thur. 1:00 - 2:15 pm, Fri. 3:00 - 4:00, or by appt. Website: http://www.olemiss.edu/spanish/campiglio Course Description: Welcome to Spanish 201, the third course in a four semester series for students of Spanish. Spanish 201 features Capítulo 9- Capítulo 15 of ¡Arriba! The textbook follows the information-based task approach, which springs from the idea that languages are best learned when real-world information becomes the focus of students’ activities. Therefore, during this semester, you will exchange real-life information about you and your classmates. Span 201 is a hybrid course , which means that it combines face-to-face classroom instruction with computer-based learning. Your instructor expects more one-on-one interaction between you, your classmates, and your instructor during class time. Outside the classroom, besides the electronic workbook, there will also be electronic textbook activities, which were designed to connect students with the language and guarantee all the credits of a 3-credit hour course. Course Materials: 1. Zayas-Bazán & Bacon (2007). ¡Arriba! Textbook. Fifth edition. Prentice-Hall. 2. MySpanishLab Access Card 3. Headphones. 4. A copy of your course syllabus. 5. Essential: A good Spanish-English/English-Spanish dictionary. Course Objectives: After completing this course, students should be able to request travel-related information and make travel arrangements, manage a wide range of vocabulary about pollution, environment, technology, business, media and politics in Spanish. Students should be able to use the conditional and future tenses. Students should be able to express volition, feelings, doubt and denial using the subjunctive. Students should achieve an intermediate level of accuracy in the target language.
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2 Policies of the Spanish Basic Language Program: INSTRUCTOR-STUDENT COMMUNICATION. How you can communicate with your instructor: Via e-mail: E-mails will be answered within 24 hours from Monday through Friday, and 48 hours during weekends. Your instructor will send you important messages via the Class Roll function, so check your OleMiss e-mail account often. Please do not send your instructor e-mail messages through MySpanishLab. Use your instructor’s regular Ole Miss e-mail address to communicate with him/her. During your instructor’s office hours: Your instructor will provide his/her e-mail address and office hours the first day of class. If there is an emergency: If you have an urgent question or must contact your instructor urgently, please contact him/her via email. Attendance Policy:
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2011 for the course SPAN 201 taught by Professor Johnp.campiglio during the Winter '11 term at Ole Miss.

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