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1 Division of Arts, Humanities & Wellness Department of World Languages and Cultures Course Syllabus SPANISH I LAN 113 Semester and Year: Spring 2012 Course and Section number: / Meeting Times: Mondays &Wednesdays 10:30-12:25 ( ) Mondays & Wednesdays 1:45-3:40 ( ) Location: TBA INSTRUCTOR: Cesarina Viñas Office Location: L327 Phone: (201) Office hours: Tuesdays: 12:30-1:30 Wednesdays: 12:30-1:30 Thursdays: 12:30-1:30 By appointment. Mailbox: A307 COURSE DESCRIPTION: LAN 113 Elementary Spanish I is an introduction to the pronunciation, basic comprehension, and communication of Spanish through active class use of simple vocabulary, grammar, and syntax. This course is recommended for students who have had up to one year, including no previous study of this language. 3 lectures, 1 lab, 3 credits. General Education Course STUDENTS LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of course requirements, students will be able to: 1. Sustain simple conversations on familiar topics with the teacher and peers using the Present Tense. 2. Write complete sentences, guided dialogs, and compositions using correct grammar and syntax 3. Read and understand short dialogs and simple texts. 4. Compare and contrast the culture and the people of the various Spanish-speaking countries 1

2 ASSESSMENT METHODS: - Daily Written and Oral assignments: Proper sentence structure and language use. - Short quizzes: Assessment of vocabulary and grammar concepts. - Written Tests: Mastery of vocabulary and grammar concepts learned. - Reading Tests: Mastery of Spanish pronunciation. - Conversation Test: Ability to communicate effectively in Spanish using concepts learned. - Daily Class Participation: Semester evaluation of performance in writing, reading comprehension, pronunciation and conversation skills. COURSE TEXTS / OTHER STUDY MATERIALS: Required: Jerez, M. and Codding, A. Empecemos/Empecemos Cuaderno de Trabajo/Empecemos Audio CD Fifth Edition. English/Spanish Dictionary. (Any) Recommended: - Spinelly, E. English Grammar for students of Spanish. (Latest edition). - Kendris, C. 501 Spanish Verbs. (Latest Edition.) - PREPARATION EXPECTATIONS: COURSE REQUIREMENTS In order to successfully complete the course requirements, students must meet the following criteria: - Active class participation. - Timely completion of assignments. - Satisfactory performance on oral and written evaluations. ASSIGNMENTS / PROJECT Students are expected to do all of the required assignments and the Final Project for this course and to meet the deadlines for such. Some handed in assignments are to be typed double space. Failure to submit an assignment will be the equivalent of a zero. Only one late assignment will be accepted. It is the student's responsibility to keep track of assignments. The Final Project will be handed out to students the first week of class. This project will only be accepted on the due date. 2

3 Course Content and Class Schedule Note to students: the following Course Outline and Calendar is tentative and subject to change, depending upon the progress of the class. Date Topic Learning Objectives Week 1 1/23 Course Introduction 1, 3 Cultural Quiz 1/25 The Spanish Alphabet 1,3 Basic Vocabulary Week 2 1/30 Classroom vocabulary Chapter 1 Personal Pronouns The verb Ser 2/1 Chapter 1 Professions Adjectives of Nationalities Questions Week 3 2/6 Chapter 1 Gender and number Definite and indefinite articles. 2/8 Chapter 1 Ser with adjectives Interrogatives words Week 4 2/13 Chapter 1 Review Exam 1 2/15 Chapter 2 The verb Estar Descriptive adjectives Estar + lugar Contraction de+ el a+ el Vocabulary: Places Week 5 2/20 Chapter 2 Vocabulary: The house. Numbers: 1-10 The verb Haber Demostrative adjectives & pronouns Week 6 2/22 Chapter 2 Las clases Review chapter 2 2/27 Chapter 3 Ser vs. Estar Cómo,quién, qué 3

4 ser vs. Estar 2/29 Chapter 3 Special adjectives with Ser & Estar Numbers: Week 7 3/5 Maricela Greetings 3/7 Review chapter 3 Exam 2 Week 8 3/12 Chapter 4 Vocabulario: actividades Present tense: -ar regular verbs 3/14 Chapter 4 Present tense: -er & - ir regular verbs Week 9 3/19 Spring Break 3/21 Spring Break Week 10 3/26 Chapter 4 Diminutives Para + infinitive Chapter 5 Vocabulary: Daily activities 3/28 Chapter 5 The present tense: Irregular verbs in the yo form. Saber vs. Conocer Numbers Days of the week Months of the year Seasons Dates. Week 11 4/2 Review chapters 4 & 5 Exam 3 4/4 Chapter 6 The Present tense: Stem changing verbs in the yo form (e ie) Vocabulary: food 4

5 Week 12 4/9 Chapter 6 The verb querer & tener Vocabulary: More food 4/11 Chapter 7 Present tense: Stem changing verbs verbs (e i; o ue; u ue) The time Week 13 4/16 Chapter 7 Present tense: Stem changing verbs (e i; o ue; u ue) Newspaper article 4/18 The verbs ir & venir 1, 3, 4 Numbers uir verbs Week 14 4/23 Project presentations 1, 3, 4 4/25 Project presentations 1, 3, 4 Week 15 4/30 Final review 5/2 Exam 4 Week 16 5/7 Oral and reading exam 5/9 Oral and reading exam GRADING: The final grade in this course will be determined by a student s overall mastery of the subject matter as evidenced on exams, in class writings, projects, homework assignments, and class participation: Final Grade o Exams 45 % o Project presentation & final essay 15 % o Oral and Reading Exam 15 % o Homework 15 % o Participation and class work 10 % Grade Scale: A % C % F 0-59% B % C 70-75% B 80-85% D 60-69% BERGEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE ATTENDANCE POLICY: 5

6 All students are expected to attend punctually every scheduled meeting of each course in which they are registered. Attendance and lateness policies and sanctions are to be determined by the instructor for each section of each course. These will be established in writing on the individual course outline. Attendance will be kept by the instructor for administrative and counseling purposes. ATTENDANCE POLICY IN THIS COURSE: Due to the nature of language acquisition and practice, students are expected to attend every class meeting on time and for the full class period. Every three lateness is considered one absence and after three absences, your professor will deduct 1 point for each day missed from your final grade. There are no make- ups of daily work (i.e., quizzes, oral presentations, or other classroom assessments). There are no exceptions. If all or part of a class is missed, it is the student s responsibility to find out about the material missed. Students are expected to come prepared for the next class period and to summit any assigned homework. Late homework, essays, and journals will be accepted no later than one class from the original due date and will be given half-credit. WORLD LANGUAGES AND CULTURES PLACEMENT POLICY Students interested in studying a world language at Bergen Community College may choose either, begin a new one or continue the language studied previously. Students, who have studied a world language in high school and have received a grade of B or better, should enroll in the appropriate Bergen course as follows: Years of study Register in Up to one year Level I course (e.g., Spanish I) Two years Level II courses (e.g., Spanish II) Three years or more Level III courses (e.g., Intermediate Spanish I) *Students of Hispanic background who speak Spanish at home and/or studied this language in high school must enroll in LAN 228-Elementary Spanish for Heritage Speakers. Depending on the level of proficiency, Heritage Speakers Students may want to take the CLEP Exam and earn up to 6 credits in Spanish. For additional information on the CLEP, visit the Testing Center in Room L-121. Also, you may consult with the instructor or Academic Coordinator for the options. STUDENT AND FACULTY SUPPORT SERVICES: Services for Students with Disabilities A wide variety of services are available to students with documented disabilities through the Office of Special Services (OSS). OSS is dedicated to serving students with physical, visual, learning, hearing and emotional disabilities. Following semester, upon request from the student, an accommodation from is filled out by OSS staff and a copy given to each instructor. When extended test time or testing in a private setting is required, a copy of the form is submitted to the Testing Center OSS liaison. Accommodations may include the following: Extended testing time Testing in a private setting Use to the Adaptive Computer Lab and/or other adaptive equipment Use of a Note taker, Tutor, Reader, or Scribe Use of a tape recorder Use of a C-Print Operator (a computerized note-taking service) A more detailed explanation can be found on the college website at 6

7 The Sidney Silverman Libraray The Sidney Silverman Library is an integral part of the college s educational programs. To support the curriculum, the library acquires, organizes, and provides access to a variety print, media, and electronic resources for individual and classroom use. It is open whenever classes are in session and on a reduced schedule when classes are not in session. The library is open to all students, faculty, and general public. (BCC Catalog) The library s webpage, is available for up-to-date information regarding library collections and services. All of the required texts for the course will be made available on Reserve. Go to the library Circulation Desk for access to the reserved copies. GENERAL All students are subject to the rules, regulations and policies set forth in the current Bergen Community College Catalog. 7

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