1 como resultado=as a result por eso=that s why sin embargo=however ya que, puesto que=since debido a (que)=due to entonces=so (logical result) por lo tanto=therefore como consecuencia=as a consequence a causa de (que)=because Using Transitions of Concession Often when discussing or giving opinions, certain transition words and expressions are particularly useful for acknowledging the validity of another person s points or ideas, while at the same time challenging them: a pesar de (que)=despite, in spite of aunque=although, even though con todo, aún así=still, even so, nevertheless no obstante=nevertheless sin embargo=however Example: A pesar de que la trama es excelente, hay, sin embargo, ciertas lagunas que afectan la credibilidad. Comparing parecerse a=to resemble al igual que=just like, as a semejanza de=just like, as de la misma manera=in the same way de la misma forma=in the same way del mismo modo=in the same way ser similar=to be similar to ser parecido=to be similar to ser semejante a=to be similar to tan (+ adjetivo) como=as (adj.) as tanto A como B=both A and B Contrasting a diferencia de=unlike por un lado=on the one hand diferenciarse de=to differ from por otro lado=on the other hand en cambio=on the other hand, instead sin embargo=however en contraste con=in contrast to/with no obstante=however más (+adj./sustantivo) que=more (adj./noun) than menos (+adj./sustantivo) que=less/fewer (adj./noun) than Causes and Effects así que=thus, so el factor=the factor la causa=the cause por consiguiente=therefore por eso=therefore por lo tanto=therefore conducir a=to lead to llevar a=to lead to el resultado=the result ya que=since puesto que=since como=since a causa de (que)=because of, due to debido a (que)=because of, due to como resultado=as a result como consecuencia=as a consequence
2 ). Answer the questions on the handout. Which of these painting do you prefer? Why? Reminder: Essays due on May 1 st. Th 5/1 Arte e identidad Do Actividades 16 & 17 on pgs Read the information about Julio Cortázar (Argentina, ) on pg Read his story, Continuidad de los parques, on pg Do Actividad 18. Week 16 T 5/6 Arte e identidad Review for exam. Th 5/8 EXAM III POINTS TO CONSIDER WHILE COMPOSING YOUR ESSAY Keep your audience in mind when writing. Is your style appropriate? Keep your thesis in mind. Is discussion in the body pertinent to what you are saying? Make up a title. It can be either informative or imaginative, but it must reflect the main idea of the term paper. Keep in mind a working title. It will help keep you on track, but change it if your ideas change. HELP WITH LANGUAGE FOR YOUR PAPER Reported Speech Here are some ways to introduce information taken from others: Dice que Opina que Piensa que Le parece que Insiste en que Cuenta que Afirma que Confiesa que Contesta que Responde que Cree que Explica que Marking Sequence with Transition Words al principio en seguida después por último al final primero antes más tarde por fin luego antes de eso después de eso finalmente Providing Smooth Transitions Transition words provide the glue that holds a piece of writing together. Here are some examples: así que= so (result) de repente, de pronto=suddenly
3 Week 14 T 4/15 En busca de Do Actividades 16 & 17 on pgs Read the seguridad económica information about José Luis González (Dominican Republic, ). Read his short story, La carta, on pgs Do Actividad 19. Review vocabulary in Actividad 16, pg. 145, for quiz on Thursday. Th 4/17 Arte e identidad Do Actividades 3 & 4 on pgs Read the article, Frida Kahlo: El pincel de la angustia, on pgs which includes two paintings by Frida Kahlo (Autorretrato con collar de espinas y colibrí and Las dos Fridas.) Do Actividad 7. Reminder: Essays are due on May 3 rd. Week 15 T 4/22 Arte e identidad Study Estrategia de lectura on pg Do Actividad 10. Read the article Realidad, identidad y arte en Latinoamérica on pgs which includes copies of these paintings: Collage de Bolívar (Juan Camilo Uribe, Colombia, 1945 ), Cinq siècles après (José Gamarra, Uruguay: 1934 ), Sueño de una tarde dominical en la Alameda (Diego Rivera, México, ), La familia presidencial (Fernando Botero, Colombia, 1932 ), Colombia (Antonio Caro, Colombia, ), Ojo de luz (Oswaldo Viteri, Ecuador, 1931 ), El norte es el sur (Joaquín Torres García, Uruguay, ). Of all these paintings, which would you most like to have hanging in your home? Reminder: Essays are due on May 1 st. Th 4/24 Arte e identidad Read La vida de Francisco de Goya on handout and answer the questions. Study his painting Hasta la muerte. Go back to page 26 of your textbook and look again at Goya s painting Los fusilamientos en la montaña del Príncipe Pío. How are these paintings alike or different? Do Lab Assignment IV: Crítico de arte. Week 15 T 4/29 Arte e identidad Read Una pintura enigmática on handout about the paintings Las Meninas (Diego Velázquez, España, ), Las Meninas (Pablo Picasso, España, ) and Las Meninas (Francisco de Goya,
4 Study Estrategia de redacción on pg Do Lab Assignment II: Los desaparecidos y las madres y abuelas de la Plaza de Mayo. Review for Exam. Week 10 M 3/17 F 3/21 SPRING BREAK! Week 11 T 3/25 EXAM II Study Estrategia de lectura on pg Do Actividades 2, 3, & 4. Read the article Treinta Formas para evitar la contaminación y la ruina Ecológica on pg Do Actividad 5. Th 3/27 La crisis Study Estrategia de lectura on pg ecológica Do Actividades 9, 10, & 11. Read the article, Latinoamérica y el medio ambiente: Entre la espada y la pared? on pg Do Actividad 12. Do Lab Assignment III: Animales en peligro de extinción en Puerto Rico. Review vocabulary in Actividad 10, pg. 120, for quiz on Tuesday. Week 12 T 4/1 La crisis Do Actividad 16 on pg Read the information about Rigoberta Menchú (Guatemala, 1959 ) on pg Read her testimonial, Me llamo Rigoberta Menchú y así my nació la conciencia, on pg Th 4/3 La crisis Read the information about Eduardo Galeano (Uruguay, 1959 ) on pg Read his poem, Fin de siglo, on pg Make an entry in your Cuaderno Personal to answer 7 3 on pg Week 13 T 4/8 En busca de Do Actividades 2 & 3 on pgs Read the seguridad económica article, Goya Foods: Suerte, sudor y empeño, on pg Do Actividad 5. Th 4/10 En busca de Do Actividad 10 on pg Read the article, seguridad económica Corrientes cambiantes de las economías latinoamericanas, on pg Do Actividad 12. Make an entry in your Cuaderno Personal to answer 8 2 on pg. 145.
5 Week 6 T 2/19 Africa en América Do Actividad 16 on pg. 70. Read the information about Richard Blanco (Madrid, 1968 ). Read his short story Habanasis. Do Actividades 18 & 19. Th 2/21 Africa en América Do Actividad 2 on pg. 76. Study Estrategia de lectura on pg. 77. Do Actividad 3 on pg. 77. Read Cómo estás you el día de today? an interview with Ilán Stavans (Mexico, 1961 ) on pg. 77. Do Actividades 5 y 6. Week 7 T 2/26 Latinos americanos Do Actividad 7 on pg. 80. Read the article La cara hispana de los Estados Unidos on pg. 81. Do Actividades 9 & 10. Make an entry in your Cuaderno Personal to answer 5 2 on pg. 86. Review vocabulary in Actividad 7, pg. 80, for quiz on Thursday. Th 2/28 Latinos americanos Read Estrategia de lectura on pgs Read the information about Gina Valdés (California, 19??) and her poem Where you from? on pg. 88. Read the information about Gustavo Pérez Firmat (Cuba, 19??) on pg. 89. Do Actividades 15 & 16. Week 8 T 3/4 Latinos americanos Do Actividades 2, 3, & 5 on pgs Read the review for the movie La historia oficial (Argentina, 1985). Do Actividad 6. Make an entry in your Cuaderno Personal to answer 6 1 on pg. 99. Th 3/6 Dictadura y Study Estrategia de lectura on pg. 99. Do democracia Actividades 10 & 11. Read the article Política latinoamericana: Pasos hacia la democracia on pg Do Actividad 14. Review vocabulary in Actividad 11, pg. 100, for quiz on Tuesday. Week 9 T 3/11 Dictadura y Do Actividades 18, 19, and Parte B of 20 on pgs. democracia Read the information about Luisa Valenzuela (Argentina, 1938 ) on pg Read her story, Los mejores calzados. Do Actividad 21, Partes A & B. Th 3/13 Dictadura y Study Estrategia de redacción on pg democracia Do Actividad 24 on pg Read the movie review, Política a ritmo de tango, on pg. 111.
6 Th 1/24 España y su historia Study Estrategia de lectura on pg. 29. Do Actividades 15 & 16. Read the information about Bernardo Atzaga (España, 1951 ) on pg. 30. Read his short story, El criado del rico mercader, on pg. 30. Do Actividades 17 & 18. Read the short story Dayoub, el criado del rico mercader (Atxaga) on pg. 32. Do Actividades 21 & 22. Make an entry in your Cuaderno Personal to answer 2 3 on pg. 35. Review vocabulary in Actividad 15, pg. 29, for quiz on Tuesday. Week 3 T 1/29 España y su historia Do Actividades 3 & 4 and Parte B of Actividad 5 on pgs Read the article Autopsia de una civilización on pg. 42. Do Actividades 6 & 7. Review vocabulary in Actividad 4, pg. 41, for quiz on Thursday. Th 1/31 La América indígena Do Actividades 11 & 13 on pgs Read the article La presencia indígena en Hispanoamérica on pg. 47. Do Actividades 14 & 15. Make an entry in your Cuaderno Personal to answer 3 2 on pg. 51. Week 4 T 2/5 La América indígena Read Estrategia de lectura on pg. 52. Do Actividades 17 & 18. Read the information about Augusto Monterroso (Guatemala, ) on pg. 54. Read his short story, El eclipse, on pg. 54. Do Actividades 20 & 21. Review vocabulary in Actividad 18, pg. 53, for quiz on Thursday. Th 2/7 La América indígena Do Lab Assignment I: El mundo maya. Review for exam. Week 5 T 2/12 EXAM I Do Actividades 3, 4 & 5 on pgs Read the article La Reina Rumba habla de la salsa on pg. 62. Do Actividades 6 & 7. Th 2/14 Africa en América Do Actividades 10, 11, & 12 on pgs Read the article El sabor africano del Caribe on pg. 66. Do Actividad 13. Make an entry in your Cuaderno Personal to answer 4 2 on pg. 70. Review vocabulary in Actividad 10, pg. 65, for quiz on Tuesday.
7 Knowledge #2 The teacher knows how to integrate aspects of the foreign language with other curricula. Performance #2 The teacher helps students research the foreign language culture(s). Performance #3 The teacher accesses opportunities within and outside of the community to increase cultural awareness. Examples of Required Performance Write a developed essay for a Term Paper, participate in class discussions and maintain a Class Journal, conduct research on the Internet for lab assignments. Class Policy: This class includes numerous activities that require one to engage, explore, explain, elaborate, and evaluate. You are expected to be involved and stay involved. Each meeting will add some new dimension to your knowledge of the language and its related cultures. There is no way that a session can really be made up. You are expected to make a commitment to attend all meetings. A homework assignment is given in each class. If you must be absent, you should contact me by telephone or e mail in order to complete the missed work. Communication: Since language is communication, try to get used to participating actively in class. This involves answering when called on, volunteering answers, and asking questions when you don t understand. Keep the lines of communication open. For example, if you re having problems keeping up due to your heavy work schedule or you were less than perfect in class because you were up all night writing a paper, let me know. Don t let me draw false conclusions about you! Cooperate and be flexible with me and be supportive of your fellow classmates. Have fun improving your Spanish and learning about the rich and varied cultures in which you can use it! Tentative Course Schedule: DATE TOPICS HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS Week 1 Th 1/17 Los hispanos Read the article La dificultad de llamarse hispano on pg. 9. Do Actividades 11, 12, & 13. Read the article Gente hispana. Do Actividades 15, 16, & 17. Make an entry in your Cuaderno Personal to answer 1 3 on pg. 14. Week 2 T 1/22 Los hispanos Read the movie reviews in Ciclo de Cine: Historia de España on pg. 19. Do Actividades 5, 6, 7, & 8. Read the article Historia abreviada de España on pg. 23. Do Actividad. 12. Review vocabulary in Actividad 8, pg. 23, for quiz on Thursday.
8 Knowledge #3 The teacher understands linguistic and cultural realities as dynamic and complex and views perspectives of language and culture in relation to practices and products. Knowledge #4 The teacher knows both formal and informal aspects of the target language: geography, history, economics, the arts, religion, politics, daily living and customs, social sciences, literature, and origins of the language. Performance #1 The teacher presents the target language, its literature, and its culture in contextually meaningful situations. Performance #2 The teacher explains the interrelated connections between the target language and the target culture. Examples of Required Performance Write short essays for examinations and a developed essay for a Term Paper, participate in class discussions and maintain a Class Journal, conduct research on the Internet for lab assignments. Standard #5 The teacher of a foreign language demonstrates knowledge of second language instructional methods, resources, and classroom management techniques conducive to critical and creative thinking. Knowledge #2 The teacher understands foreign language instructional principles and techniques and knows how to integrate cultural knowledge, literature, history, and customs through group learning, discussions, journals, oral presentations, drama, and multi media projects into instruction. Knowledge #3 The teacher knows about foreign language learning and the need to vary materials with human and technological resources. Performance #2 The teacher immerses students in foreign language communication through informative, directive, expressive, imaginative, and other interactive means. Performance #4 The teacher, to promote students critical understanding, presents alternative, diverse concepts and representations of foreign language culture, and encourages the students to assume cultural perspectives other than their own. Examples of Required Performance Participate in class discussions and maintain a Class Journal, conduct research on the Internet for lab assignments. Standard #7 The teacher of a foreign language models a variety of effective communication and instructional techniques to address the diverse needs of students. Knowledge #1 The teacher understands the value of listening, speaking, reading, and writing in the communication process. Performance #2 The teacher demonstrates the ability to communicate with accuracy and appropriateness in written form: vocabulary, mechanical skills, physical and organization form, style and tone, voice, development of ideas, sentence structure and fluency, and discourse. Examples of Required Performance: Write short essays for examinations and a developed essay for a Term Paper. Standard #8 The teacher of a foreign language integrates knowledge of and encourages interactions with the local cultures and the general school curriculum through a foreign language. Knowledge #1 The teacher understands the culture(s) of the foreign language.
9 and stylistic aspects such as use of irony, metaphor, and other linguistic and rhetorical devices. Vocabulary Quizzes allow students to demonstrate they have broadened their knowledge of useful terms and expressions in Spanish. Lab Assignments require students to conduct research using the Internet. They gather information about history, current events, and the arts in order to better understand literary pieces and their socio cultural contexts. Then, they write a one paragraph summary of their findings. See the section in the textbook entitled Summarizing on page 193. Class Journals should contain class notes from activities and lectures as well as written homework assignments. Points are earned for completeness, organization, and timeliness. Personal Journals allow students to express their personal reactions to the content or some aspect of the readings. Students are encouraged to quote particular sections and comment on them, and to poach on the texts for vocabulary with which to express their own ideas. See the section of your textbook entitled Estrategia de redacción on pages for information about the Essay. Each student chooses a work of art from Latin America or Spain to analyze. They begin their work by answering the questions in Actividad 21 on page 173. Work continues by doing parts B, C, and D of Actividad 22 on page 174. Finally, they complete Actividad C on page 174. Students must search in the library and online for relevant primary and secondary sources. Essays must include a Works Cited page using MLA format. Students may consult this website for details on writing an essay and creating a Works Cited (Obras citadas) page: Also, see the special notes at the end of this course syllabus for help writing your essay. Important Dates: Exams are tentatively scheduled for the following dates: February 12, March 25, and May 8. Essays are due on May 1. Vocabulary Quiz dates are January 24, January 29, January 31, February 7, February 19, February 28, March 11, April 1, and April 17. Lab Assignments are due on February 12, March 25, April 1, and April 29. Personal Journals are due on January 22, January 29, February 5, February 19, February 28, March 6, April 8, and April 15. State Standards: Students make progress towards meeting standards required for the PreK 12 Teaching Field in Foreign Language, including: Standard #1 The teacher of a foreign language has knowledge in specific areas related to the target language, its literature, and its culture appropriate to the developmental needs and interests of students. Knowledge #1 The teacher is aware that language manifests itself in all aspects of life. Knowledge #2 The teacher knows how the target culture and target language interrelate.
10 These lab assignments offer opportunities to practice summarizing data in their own words. They also write an essay which is a work in progress throughout the semester and a good example of more formal writing. This essay is structured into three main parts: an introduction where they present the topic, explain its importance, and state a thesis; the body where they develop the thesis and give evidence to support it; and a conclusion where they summarize major points and consider possible implications. Philosophy of Writing: We can all learn to write well to write clearly, simply, and effectively. In order to develop good writing skills, we must practice and perfect certain important techniques. Simply reading many examples of good writing examples from a variety of styles, genres, and epochs will not teach you how to write well; but if you read enough of such examples you will eventually acquire an appreciation of good writing. However, being able to appreciate something is not the same as being able to do it. To write well you have to write! Just as in acquiring and perfecting any other skill, it is necessary to practice if you are to become proficient and successful in writing. Course Description: For students with some previous coursework who wish to increase their skills in speaking, listening, reading, writing, and culture. The textbook uses an integrated skills approach to intermediate Spanish that develops both receptive and productive skills simultaneously. The primary objectives of this course are to help students perfect their ability to read in Spanish and to expand their knowledge of Hispanic cultures and societies. Major Topics: This course examines Hispanic culture and Culture. Topics include what it means to be Hispanic, Spain as a crossroads of cultures, the indigenous peoples of the Americas, African contributions to the Caribbean peoples, Latinos in the United States, dictatorship and democracy, the ecological crisis, Latin American economies, and art and identity in the Spanish speaking world. Readings include informative articles, short stories, and poems. Discussions on music, popular film, and paintings lead to further appreciation of the target cultures. Grading: The standard grading scale is applied to these evaluative instruments: Exams 100 points each 300 A = Vocabulary Quizzes 5 points each 45 B = Lab Assignments 10 points each 40 C = Class Journal 30 D = Personal Journal (Cuaderno Personal) F = points each 80 Essay Examinations allow students to demonstrate knowledge of factual information on Spanish and/or Latin American culture and societies. They also require students to perform literary analysis including meaning, plot, characterization,
11 PITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY College of Arts and Sciences SPRING 2008 Course Number and Title: Department Assignment: MLL WL Readings in Hispanic Literature and Civilization I Modern Languages and Literatures Credit Hours: 3 Pre requisite: MLL 252 and MLL 254 Co requisite: Meets: Faculty Member: Office: Office Hours: MLL 356 Spanish Conversation II 11:00 12:15 TTh Judy Berry Bravo, Ph.D., Chair Modern Languages and Literatures Professor of Spanish and Portuguese 429 Grubbs Hall 8:00 10:00 a.m. MTWThF Telephone: (620) E mail: Textbook: jberry Fuentes: Lectura y redacción, 3 rd ed. (2005) Recommended: Pequeño Larousse Ilustrado (Spanish Spanish dictionary) or Gran diccionario moderno Larousse (Spanish English dictionary) Statement of Intent: This is a Writing to Learn course with a close integration of reading and writing. The focus of most activities is on meaning. Both higher order cognitive strategies and lower order decoding strategies are simultaneously practiced throughout the course. Students have opportunities to practice different styles of writing, from very informal to formal. During the semester, they make eight entries in their Cuaderno Personal. These assignments provide a low stress, safe space for writing, where they may take risks with language and ideas. On four occasions, they conduct research using the internet to gather information related to readings.
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