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1 Instructor: Ms. Kelsey Treusdell Contact: Department of Languages, Cultures and Communication Elementary Spanish 1-- Spanish Fall 2015 Class time: MWF 9-9:50 am Class location: Ferguson 173 Office phone: (936) / (936) Office location: G77-B (back of Language Lab) Office Hours: T R 8-10 am; W 1:30-3:30 pm; by appointment Texts: Materials uploaded on d2l (print pages) Vistas, 4th Edition (Blanco and Donley) Description: Spanish 131 serves as the foundation of the first-year Spanish program at SFASU. It is designed to help students develop skills in speaking, reading, writing and listening comprehension in Spanish, and provide them with a better understanding and appreciation of Hispanic cultures. Even though this is an introductory course, class work will be in the target language in order to facilitate and encourage the students interest in becoming fluent in Spanish. This course will present grammatical structures, vocabulary and cultural knowledge necessary for effective communication in the target language. Organization: This course will cover lessons 1-6 in the textbook Vistas. Attendance: Attendance is mandatory. You are allowed 3 free absences to use at your discretion; if you exceed the 2 absences you must provide documentation in order for them to be excused. If you are absent it is your responsibility to keep up with assignments and material covered. For each unexcused absence beyond the first 2, 1% will be deducted off the final grade. Spending class entirely off-task (i.e. with headphones on, texting throughout class, or sleeping) will result in being counted absent. Tardiness and Disruptive/Disrespectful Behavior: Students are expected to come to class on time and prepared. Three instances of significant tardiness (10 minutes or more) will count as an absence. Likewise, repeated instances of disruptive or disrespectful behavior (repeatedly and blatantly ignoring instruction, being rude to instructor or classmates, etc.) will result in an automatic 0 in participation. To learn a language, the most important key is consistency and practice, so we will have frequent homework that you are expected to complete on time. Late work, as a rule, is not accepted. If you need help, come by the office!

2 Quizzes: Expect short weekly quizzes throughout the semester covering material we have practiced that week in class. As a rule I will not give make-up quizzes, since I return these as soon as possible after we finish them to go over them. Your lowest 2 quiz grades will be dropped at the end of the semester. Final Grade Calculation Grade type Percentage Attendance and Participation 5% Core Curriculum Essay/ Project 10% Quizzes 15% Homework 20% Exams (2) 30% (15% each) Final Exam 20% A = B = C = 69.5 D = *Students must pass Spanish 131 with a 70 or higher to enroll in Spanish 132. Ultimately, you must show that you are prepared for 132 material upon finishing this class. Students with disabilities: If you have a learning or physical disability, visual or hearing impairment that might affect your progress in Spanish, please see me. To obtain disability related accommodations, alternate formats and/or auxiliary aids, students with disabilities must contact the Office of Disability Services (ODS), Human Services Building, and Room 325, as early as possible in the semester. Once verified, ODS will notify the course instructor and outline the accommodation and/or auxiliary aids to be provided. Failure to request services in a timely manner may delay your accommodations. For more information, go to General Education Core Curriculum Objectives/Outcomes: General Education Core Curriculum This course has been selected to be part of Stephen F. Austin State University s core curriculum. The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has identified six objectives for all core courses: Critical Thinking Skills, Communication Skills, Empirical and Quantitative Skills, Teamwork, Personal Responsibility, and Social Responsibility. SFA is committed to the improvement of its general education core curriculum by regular assessment of student performance on these six objectives. Assessment of these objectives at SFA will be based on student work from all core curriculum courses. This student work will be collected in D2L through LiveText, the assessment management system selected by SFA to collect student work for core assessment. LiveText accounts will be provided to all students enrolled in core courses through the university technology fee. You will be required to register your LiveText account, and you will be notified how to register your account through your SFA

3 account. If you forward your SFA to another account and do not receive an concerning LiveText registration, please be sure to check your junk mail folder and your spam filter for these e- mails. If you have questions about LiveText call Ext or The chart below indicates the core objectives addressed by this course, the assignment(s) that will be used to assess the objectives in this course and uploaded to LiveText this semester, and the date the assignment(s) should be uploaded to LiveText. Not every assignment will be collected for assessment every semester. Your instructor will notify you which assignment(s) must be submitted for assessment in LiveText this semester. Core Objective Definition Course Assignment Title Date Due in LiveText Critical Thinking Skills To include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Communication Skills To include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas though written, oral, and visual communication. Empirical and Quantitative Skills To include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Teamwork To include the ability to consider different points of view and to work effectively with others to support a shared purpose or goal. Core Curriculum Teamwork Project Due in LiveText and D2L on 6 November Personal Responsibility To include the ability to connect choices, actions and consequences to ethical decisionmaking. Core Curriculum Essay Due in LiveText and D2L on 21 October Social Responsibility To include intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility, and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national, and global communities.

4 Program Learning Outcomes: This is a general education core curriculum course and no specific program learning outcomes for this major are addressed in this course. Student Learning Outcomes: SPA 131 is part of the university s Core Curriculum and as such strives toward both the general goals of the core and the specific objectives as a communication course designated for inclusion in the Component Area Option as defined by the Texas Higher Education Board. In addition to helping students develop skills in speaking, reading, writing and listening comprehension in Spanish, and providing them with a better understanding and appreciation of Hispanic culture, SPA 131 will also demonstrate the more general ability to: Communicate effectively by developing and expressing ideas through written and oral communication. Think critically, which includes the ability to analyze, evaluate, and synthesize information about the history, culture, family, and artistic production of the Spanish-speaking world. Work as part of a team, by demonstrating the ability to consider different points of view and to work effectively with others, supporting a shared purpose or goal. Understand the role that personal responsibility has played throughout history and gain the ability to connect choices, actions, and consequences to making ethical decisions. Academic Honesty: Academic dishonesty, cheating and plagiarism will not be tolerated. All students in this class are expected to comply with university policies regarding academic honesty. Any student caught cheating will receive a grade of zero on the assignment and will be reported to the dean of his or her major school. All homework should be your own. This means that the use of online translation programs is not permitted. Below is university policy: Academic dishonesty includes both cheating and plagiarism. Cheating includes but is not limited to (1) using or attempting to use unauthorized materials to aid in achieving a better grade on a component of a class; (2) the falsification or invention of any information, including citations, on an assigned exercise; and/or (3) helping or attempting to help another in an act of cheating or plagiarism. Plagiarism is presenting the words or ideas of another person as if they were your own. Examples of plagiarism are (1) submitting an assignment as if it were one's own work when, in fact, it is at least partly the work of another; (2) submitting a work that has been purchased or otherwise obtained from an Internet source or another source; and (3) incorporating the words or ideas of an author into one's paper without giving the author due credit.

5 COURSE PLAN Día 1: lunes, 31 de agosto (Chapter 1) Introduction to the course Greetings Register for studyspanish.com Print ch. 1 pages & make notebook Día 2: miércoles, 2 de septiembre (Chapter 1) Greetings and Pronunciation Politeness expressions Cognates Identifying people/objects with the verb hay Día 3: viernes, 4 de septiembre (Chapter 1) Singular and plural nouns Definite and indefinite articles Pronunciation NO HAY CLASE: lunes, 7 de septiembre Día del trabajo / Labor Day Día 4: miércoles, 9 de septiembre Review / practice Numbers Question formation Telling time Día 5: viernes, 11 de septiembre Telling time Subject Pronouns The verb ser

6 Día 6: lunes, 14 de septiembre (Chapter 2) Your classes and schedule Introduction to verbs: -AR verbs Write 5 sentences using AR verbs to bring to class Día 7: miércoles, 16 de septiembre Practice with AR verbs Question words Día 8: viernes, 18 de septiembre The verb estar Prepositions of location Día 9: lunes, 21 de septiembre Review / practice all topics for exam I Día 10: miércoles, 23 de septiembre EXAM 1 Día 11: viernes, 25 de septiembre (CHAPTER 3) La familia vocabulary Possessive adjectives Día 12: lunes, 28 de septiembre Family vocabulary Descriptive adjectives

7 Día 13: miércoles, 30 de septiembre Family vocabulary / adjectives practice -Er and Ir verbs Día 14: viernes, 2 de octubre -Er and Ir verbs The verbs tener and venir Día 15: lunes, 5 de octubre (Chapter 4) Hobbies and activities Me gusta Begin work on Core Curriculum Essay Día 16: miércoles, 7 de octubre Review hobbies and activities Places to go The verb ir (to go) Work on Core Curriculum Essay Día 17: viernes, 9 de octubre Stem-changing verbs Review vocabulary Work on Core Curriculum Essay Día 18: lunes, 12 de octubre Stem-changing verbs Review / Practice Work on Core Curriculum Essay

8 Día 19: miércoles, 14 de octubre Irregular verbs Review / Practice Work on Core Curriculum Essay Día 20: viernes, 16 de octubre Irregular verbs Conversation Practice Work on Core Curriculum Essay Día 21: lunes, 19 de octubre Review / practice all topics for exam 2 Work on Core Curriculum Essay Día 22: miércoles, 21 de octubre EXAM 2 Turn in Core Assessment Assignment: Cultural Essay Día 23: viernes, 23 de octubre (CHAPTER 5) Vacation and travel vocabulary Work on Core Curriculum Teamwork Project Día 24: Lunes, 26 de octubre Review / practice travel vocabulary Months and dates Work on Core Curriculum Teamwork Project

9 Día 25: miércoles, 28 de octubre Months, dates, seasons Talk about future plans with ir + a + infinitive Work on Core Curriculum Teamwork Project Día 26: Viernes, 30. Octubre Weather vocabulary Estar with conditions and emotions Work on Core Curriculum Teamwork Project Día 27: lunes, 2 de noviembre Talk about what you are doing now, using present progressive (estar + verb ando/ -iendo) Work on Core Curriculum Teamwork Project Día 28: miércoles, 4 de noviembre Review / practice present progressive Conversation practice Work on Core Curriculum Teamwork Project Día 29: viernes, 6 de noviembre Direct objects and direct object pronouns Core Curriculum Teamwork Project completed and turned in by 5:00 pm Día 30: lunes, 9 de noviembre Direct objects and direct object pronouns

10 Día 31: miércoles, 11 de noviembre Clothing vocabulary Colors Direct object pronouns Día 32: viernes, 13. Noviembre Clothing vocabulary Colors gender / number agreement Numbers Día 33: lunes, 16 de noviembre Review / practice vocabulary Demonstrative adjectives Día 34: miércoles, 18 de noviembre Indirect objects and Indirect object pronouns Me gusta, Me encanta, Me fastidia Día 35: viernes, 20. Noviembre Review/ practice vocabulary Indirect objects and indirect object pronouns Día 36: lunes, 23 de noviembre Review / practice of all topics Conversation Miércoles, 25 de noviembre y viernes 27 de noviembre Día de acción de gracias / Thanksgiving Día 37: lunes, 30 de noviembre The verbs to know : saber and conocer Ch 5-6 vocabulary review

11 Día 38: miércoles, 2 de diciembre Practice with regular and irregular verbs Día 39: viernes, 4 de diciembre Preterite (past) tense: recognition Día 40: lunes, 7 de diciembre Review of basic communicative phrases Review of direct and indirect object pronouns Día 41: miércoles, 9 de diciembre Listening/ answering and spelling practice Review of present progressive (with estar) and future (with ir) Día 42: viernes, 11 de diciembre Last general review day; bring your questions Final Exams 9 am class MWF Final exam MONDAY, DECEMBER 14 at 8 am 10 am class MWF Final exam WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16 at 10:30 am

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