• Course Numbers
    42419111* Spanish 1 A

    42419112** Spanish 1 B

    42419211 Spanish 2 A

    42419212 Spanish 2 B

    42419311 Spanish 3 A

    42419312 Spanish 3 B

     

    *Course numbers ending in 1 are first-semester courses.

    **Course numbers ending in 2 are second-semester courses.

  • Spanish 1 A (42419111)
    Beginning Spanish (level 1) is an introduction to the language and cultures of the Spanish world. The course emphasizes the student's initial development of the interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational modes of communication as well as an understanding of other people's world views, their way of life, and their patterns of behavior.
  • Spanish 1 B (42419112)
    Beginning Spanish (level 1) is an introduction to the language and cultures of the Spanish world. The course emphasizes the student's initial development of the interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational modes of communication as well as an understanding of other people's world views, their way of life, and their patterns of behavior.
  • Spanish 2 A (42419211)
    Developing Spanish (level 2) is a part of the continuing sequence of study begun in the Beginning Spanish course. Developing Spanish offers students opportunities to improve in the three modes of communicating in Spanish and increase their knowledge and understanding of the relationship of cultural products, practices, and perspectives of the Spanish-speaking world.
  • Spanish 2 B (42419212)
    Developing Spanish (level 2) is a part of the continuing sequence of study begun in the Beginning Spanish course. Developing Spanish offers students opportunities to improve in the three modes of communicating in Spanish and increase their knowledge and understanding of the relationship of cultural products, practices, and perspectives of the Spanish-speaking world.
  • Spanish 3 A (42419311)
    Spanish 3 reviews and expands the basic linguistic concepts mastered in Spanish 1 and 2. Spanish 3 emphasizes the study of grammar, selected pieces of Spanish literature, the development of presentation and interpersonal speaking skills, and the development of writing proficiency. The course reviews and presents new grammar elements in a contextual, interrelated setting. The course will also continue to use the communicative interactive approach. Receptive skills receive additional emphasis, and culture becomes the centerpiece of instruction as the student advances and expands his or her knowledge in the language.
  • Spanish 3 B (42419312)
    Spanish 3 reviews and expands the basic linguistic concepts mastered in Spanish 1 and 2. Spanish 3 emphasizes the study of grammar, selected pieces of Spanish literature, the development of listening proficiency, and the development of writing proficiency. The course reviews and presents new grammar elements in a contextual, interrelated setting. This course will also continue to use the communicative interactive approach. Receptive skills receive additional emphasis, and culture becomes the centerpiece of instruction as the student advances and expands his or her knowledge in the language.