also offers personalized tutoring in Spanish. The Center is in Edgewater Hall-Suite 276. Final Oral Exam:To demonstrate your oral proficiency, you will write, memorize, and perform a dialogue in Spanish with a classmate. Start identifying your partner in the next weeks. This exam will take place during the last three weeks of class in the instructor’s officeor in the classroom. Each student pair will have to create a consistent dialogue of 500words based on the material covered this semester. Students must practice their topic outside of class before exam day. You will turn in a script in Spanish and may use cue cardswritten in English. You may also use props. The topics and grading criteria are included with this syllabus.
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7 8/12/2019 Topics for the Oral ExamSPAN 1001 Choose one of the following topics. You and your partner will present one of these conversations. You will write a 500-word count dialogue. You must turn in the script in Spanish to the instructor to prove that you are prepared. You will talk without your script in Spanish, but you may bring notes in English. 1.Mi universidad vs. tu universidad One day, after several years of not talking to your best High School buddy, you run into him/her and talk about the university you are attending. Talk about the facilities, buildings, the size of the campus, the number of students, the programs they offer, classes you take, the schedule you have (tell time and indicate days), professors’and classmates’profile: attitude, personality, cultural activities, sport teams (indicate colors), etc. Below are useful Exercises in Chapter “Preliminar” andChapter 1 for writing your dialogue. p.11 P-10, P-11 p. 27 1-12 p. 37 1-24, 1-25, 1-26 p. 15 P-17, P-18,P-20, P-21 p. 33 1-17, 1-19 p. 41 1-30, 1-31 2. Vecinos nuevos (New neighbors): sharing family photo albums You just moved into a new neighborhood and you meet one of your next-door neighbors. The neighbor invites you over. Once you are together, you both talk about the members of your family and show each other some family photos. You mention their names, their relationship to you, their ages, whatever they do (study, work, etc.), what they like or dislike, the things they do for fun. You also describe their personal and physical traits, their daily routines or what they do during the weekdays or weekends or any other specific time. You can add any information you think is relevant for this first meeting. Below are useful Exercises in Chapters “Preliminar”, 2, and 3 for writing your dialogue. p. 11 P-10, P-11, p. 15 P-17, 18, 20, 21 p. 73 2-36, 2-37 p. 93 3-9, 3-10 p. 57 2-4, 2-5, 2-6 p. 75 2-43 p. 99 3-21 p. 59 2-10 p. 80-81 “Task”, “En acción”p. 103 3-29 p. 71 2-30, 2-31 p. 91 3-4, 3-5 p. 111 ¡A comunicarnos!