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span202_syllabus - The University of Mississippi Modern...

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1 The University of Mississippi Modern Languages Department Spanish 202 – 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: ¡Bienvenidos! Spanish 202 is a fourth-semester language course designed for students who have completed the equivalent of three semesters of Spanish at the University level, e.g., Spanish 101, 102 (or 121), and 201 at the University of Mississippi. Although the primary focus of this course is the geography, history, and culture of Latin America and the Caribbean, Spanish grammar will also be studied through the use of online materials as well as classroom exercises. Over the course of the semester, you will review what you have learned about the particulars of Spanish expression in previous courses, primarily using the online readings and follow-up exercises. Course Materials: 1. Textbook: Portales, Comunidad y Cultura . Third Edition (2009). Cathryn Collopy O'Donnell & Kathryn Kelly. Kendall Hunt Publishing Company. ISBN 978-0-7575- 6930-2. 2. Blackboard access. 3. Essential: A good Spanish-English/English-Spanish dictionary. 4. A copy of your course syllabus. Course Objectives: After completing this course, students should be able to communicatively interact in Spanish. Students should also be able to appropriately express their ideas in writing with a satisfactory level of accuracy in the language. Upon completion of the course, students will have gained knowledge of Hispanic cultures, ethnic diversity in Latin America, community art in the U.S., musical genres of the Caribbean, and other cultural aspects involving the Latin world. Policies of the Spanish Basic Language Program: This syllabus details your obligations and responsibilities, and it is essential that you read it thoroughly. Please contact your instructor if you have any questions. Furthermore, you
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2 should consult the attached schedule on a daily basis to determine the material that you are to prepare for the next class, as well as to keep abreast of any upcoming due dates and deadlines. 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. You instructor will send you important messages via the Class Roll function, so check your OleMiss e-mail account often. 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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