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1 1 SPAN 1001 C: Elementary Spanish I Fall 2015 Department of English and Foreign Languages Georgia Regents University Class meeting times: MWF 11:00 11:50 MW: AH E356 F : AH E365 Instructor: Dr. Giada Biasetti Office: AH-E341 Office Hours: MW 4:00-5:30 pm or By Appointment Office Phone: (706) Required Text: Mosaicos. Spanish as a World Language. Pearson. We will be covering Chapter Preliminar through Chapter 5 in this course. Available in the bookstore. PLEASE NOTE: All students must register online (to access online homework). The online code is available at the bookstore. If you do not buy the paperback book, you can access the ebook online, but you must still take notes in class in your own notebook/tablet. Course Title: Catalog Description: Elementary Spanish I Fundamentals of listening, speaking, reading, and writing Spanish in a proficiency based classroom. Introduction to Spanish speaking cultures. Designed for students who have never studied Spanish. Students who entered GRU (then ASU) for the first time in the fall of 1998 or later, or those returning students who have not been enrolled for two consecutive years prior to 1998, will not be able to count Foreign Language 1001 towards graduation if it is the same language they took in high school. (First time freshmen who graduated from high school five or more years ago may count Foreign Language 1001.) However, it does count for computing eligibility for financial aid and calculating full-time student status. Students taking the language for the first time will receive credit. For CPC students, consult p. 6 of the catalog. Not open to native speakers. Heritage speakers should take the placement exam.

2 2 Learning Outcomes: Students will be able to exchange, elicit and describe information such as the following: *Exchange basic personal information, such as name, home, where one lives, ages, occupation, etc. *Describe a person s family and relationships *Items and activities associated with the school *Daily personal activities, including time and days of the week *Describe people and objects *Express basic desires and preferences *Make comparisons Student should achieve a proficiency of Novice-Mid on the ACTFL Oral Proficiency Scale Placement exam If you have had Spanish in high school or lived or studied abroad, you may wish to take the placement exam and earn credit for the courses you place out of. For example, if you place into Spanish 2002, you will receive credit for the Spanish courses you skip (Span. 1002, 2001) upon completion of Spanish 2002 with a C or better. There is a fee required for placing the courses for credit on your transcript. Credit through placement varies and each case must be evaluated individually. Please contact an office specialist in the Department of English and Foreign Languages if you are interested in taking the placement exam (it takes about an hour). It is offered at specific times during the first two days of classes, so you don t want to miss it. We need to determine your level so that you may drop and add the appropriate course BEFORE drop/add period ends (generally the first three days of class). Teaching Methods Classes are generally comprised of a presentation by instructor, individual work, group work (as learning a foreign language involves speaking it to others). Additional activities will be provided by the instructor. Students should complete required readings BEFORE class. No eating is permitted during class period, and cell phones must be turned on silent mode. Students are not permitted to drift in and out of class. If you yawn, cover your mouth and if you arrive late, please enter the room quietly. Attendance Learning a foreign language involves mastering new techniques of communication through constant practice. Irregular class attendance will inevitably lessen your success as a language student. Moreover, your failure to keep pace with the rest of the class will affect the progress of the class as a whole. Be sure to check your GRU on a regular basis for messages pertaining to the course, or foreign language-related events sponsored by our department.

3 3 This may differ on how many days a week you have class. Your instructor will verify: A student is allowed NO MORE THAN THREE (3) ABSENCES. The student s grade will drop 1/3 of a letter for each absence beyond 3. A student who misses more than nine (9) will be dropped from the course. Two tardies are considered one absence. All absences, regardless of reasons, are considered in applying the attendance policy. However, absences may be classified as excused or unexcused for purposes of allowing make-up work. With appropriate written documentation, the following absences may be classified as Excused for permitting make-up work: Illness or emergency medical treatment for self or immediate family Unavoidable jury duty Employment-related training or special assignments, official University business Military Reserve or Active Duty obligations Arrangements and guidelines for make-up work are at the discretion of the instructor. Good attendance and good grades generally go together. If you are absent, you are expected to call or a fellow student to obtain assignments so that you return to class prepared. For example, if you miss class Tuesday and there's a test scheduled Thursday, you are expected to take the test when you return to class Thursday. Take a moment at the end of class and exchange names and s addresses with at least two other students. (You may also use the function for other students in this class on D2L, and join the Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/gru.fl/ No guests are allowed. Only those persons registered for the course are allowed to attend class. Please do not bring your child. Students are not allowed to drift in and out of class to visit the restrooms or other places during class time, including tests. Students may not record class lectures and no visitors are permitted. Course Breakdown Tests 35% Escrituras (or quizzes) 10% Final Oral Exam 10% Participation 15% myspanishlab (Online) homework 10% Final Exam 20% Grades The grading scale is as follows: A B C D 0-59 F

4 4 Tests Chapter tests are comprehensive, meaning they will draw on material presented in previous chapters, as learning a language is a cumulative process, but will mainly focus on new material presented in each chapter. A chapter test will last for an entire class and will consist of a listening and a written part. Expect a test every two weeks and consult the course calendar given to you by your instructor for test dates. Test dates and content are subject to change if the instructor feels it is necessary. The student may drop the lowest test grade. The final exam grade may not be dropped. Students will not be allowed to leave the classroom during a quiz or test, so please visit the rest rooms before class. Online homework Apart from exams, students must complete online exercises on the Pearson website (link on first page of the syllabus). Book Keys are available at the bookstore, or with the paperback version at the bookstore. Your instructor will give you the course code. NO LATE HOMEWORK IS ACCEPTED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. Do not wait until the day before the due date to do the assigned activities for a given chapter. If you do a few exercises every night, it is likely you will be well prepared for the exams. Escrituras/Quizzes/Preparation and Participation Class preparation means that you are prepared for each class (homework is completed BEFORE class begins, vocabulary is memorized, etc.). You will have to hand in a short escritura (or writing) for every chapter. Your instructor will give you more information in the coming weeks. All assignments must be typed, double spaced, 12 font in Times New Roman, with appropriate heading. Depending on your class and how many times it meets, your instructor may give you the escritura in-class, or inclass quizzes instead. More information will come in the next weeks. Class participation means answering questions, reading aloud, participating in oral and written exercises, and the like. The quality of your oral response in the classroom--that is, your pronunciation and comprehension--will be part of your class participation.. No late work is accepted. You may drop ONE escritura/quiz grade. Mutual respect and courtesy are fundamental. Disrespectful, rude, or disruptive behaviour are not tolerated. There are SEVERAL useful review tools on the Pearson website, and elsewhere on the internet. Oral Exams Since oral communication is an integral element of learning a foreign language, 10% of your course grade will come from an oral exam, one-on-one, with you and your instructor during the last week of classes. Guidelines and study guides will be given to you later in the semester. It is your responsibility to make sure that you come to your scheduled interview appointment.

5 5 Make-up tests The student is expected to take tests at the announced times. The student may take a make-up exam with proper & official documentation of the absence. Foreign Language and International Activities The French, German and Spanish clubs, as well as Alpha Mu Gamma, will have several activities through the semester. Your instructor will give you a calendar of planned activities, once it is available. Tutoring and the Language Resource Center Free tutoring in all foreign languages is offered to students currently enrolled in foreign language classes at GRU. The tutoring schedule will be posted in the Department of English and Foreign Languages (AH E227) and the Language Resource Center (AH E365) by the second week of classes. A student who fails a test or a major assignment must attend a tutoring session before the next scheduled assignment or test. Tutors may not be available in the summer. The LRC has a collection of movies and reading materials that may be used when the center is open for tutoring. Students may check out books but not AV materials. Alpha Mu Gamma Alpha Mu Gamma, the national collegiate foreign language society, has a chapter at GRU. Students with two A's in unrepeated courses in the same foreign language, and at least a 3.0 overall GPA will be invited to join. The chapter holds events open to all students throughout the year. Your instructor will give you information about these events. Placement Exam and FL 1001 Credit Foreign Language 1001, 1002, 2001, and 2002 are not open to native speakers. Heritage speakers and native speakers should take the placement exam. Foreign Language 1001 is designed for students who have never studied the foreign language. Students who entered GRU for the first time in the fall of 1998 or later, or those returning students who have not been enrolled for two consecutive years prior to 1998, will not be able to count Foreign Language 1001 towards graduation if it is the same language they took in high school. (First time freshmen who graduated from high school five or more years ago may count Foreign Language 1001.) However, it does count for computing eligibility for financial aid and calculating full-time student status. Students taking the foreign language for the first time will receive credit. For RHSC students, consult the catalog. Placement Exams are administered by Testing and Disability Services ( ). Students with Disabilities Because Georgia Regents University believes academically qualified individuals with disabilities should have equal opportunity and access to a quality education, the instructors will work with the student and the Office of Disability Services to establish an environment that encourages full participation by students with disabilities in every segment of the University. Students registered with the office should contact the instructor so that appropriate measures can be made as soon as possible.

6 6 Academic Integrity Students are expected to adhere to the Student Code of Conduct (in the Jaguar Student Handbook) and the ethics of academic honesty (in the section "Student Rights and Responsibilities" in the GRU Catalog). Penalties for breeches of the Code or practice of academic honesty vary. However, they may result in the student being withdrawn from the course and having the incident made part of the academic dishonesty file. All work submitted in this class must be the student s own work and may not be or have been submitted in other classes. Plan del curso / Course Calendar (Tentative) SPAN 1001 D Fecha /Date Reading (Homework) En clase / In class Semana 1 17 de agosto Introducción al curso: bienvenidos! Capítulo Preliminar 19 de agosto Capítulo Preliminar Vocabulario READ Capítulo Preliminar (p and p ) 21 de agosto Capítulo Preliminar y 2 READ Capítulo Preliminar (p ) Semana 2 24 de agosto Capítulo Preliminar READ Capítulo Preliminar (p ) 26 de agosto Capítulo 1 READ Cap. 1 (p and p. 66) 28 de agosto Capítulo 1 READ Cap. 1 (p ) Semana 3 31 de agosto Capítulo 1 READ Cap. 1 (p ) Funciones y Formas 3 y 4 Funciones y Formas 2 Funciones y Formas 3 2 de septiembre Capítulo 1 Funciones y Formas 4 y 5 READ Cap. 1 (p ) 4 de septiembre REPASO / REVIEW ON D2L REPASO / REVIEW ON D2L Semana 4 7 de septiembre NO HAY CLASE NO HAY CLASE 9 de septiembre Examen Capítulo 1 Examen Capítulo 1 11 de septiembre Capítulo 2 READ Cap. 2 (p and p. 99) Semana 5

7 7 14 de septiembre Capítulo 2 READ Cap. 2 (p ) 16 de septiembre Capítulo 2 READ Cap. 2 (p ) 18 de septiembre Capítulo 2 READ Cap. 2 (p ) Semana 6 21 de septiembre Capítulo 2 READ Cap. 2 (p ) 23 de septiembre Capítulo 2 READ Cap. 2 (p ) Funciones y Formas 2 Funciones y Formas 3 Funciones y Formas 4 OPEN BOOK QUIZ 1 Funciones y Formas 5 25 de septiembre REPASO / REVIEW REPASO / REVIEW Semana 7 28 de septiembre Examen Capítulo 2 Examen Capítulo 2 30 de septiembre Capítulo 3 READ Cap. 3 (p and p. 135) 2 de octubre Capítulo 3 READ Cap. 3 (p ) Semana 8 5 de octubre Capítulo 3 READ Cap. 3 (p ) 7 de octubre Capítulo 3 READ Cap. 3 (p.123) 9 de octubre Capítulo 3 Funciones y Formas 2 y 3 Funciones y Formas 4 Funciones y Formas 5 READ Cap. 3 (p ) Semana 9 12 de octubre REPASO / REVIEW REPASO / REVIEW 14 de octubre Examen Capítulo 3 Examen Capítulo 3 16 de octubre FALL PAUSE NO HAY CLASE / FALL PAUSE Semana de octubre Capítulo 4 READ Cap.4 (p and p. 169) 21 de octubre Capítulo 4 READ Cap.4 (p ) 23 de octubre Capítulo 4 READ Cap.4 (p ) Funciones y Formas 2

8 8 Semana de octubre Capítulo 4 Funciones y Formas 3 READ Cap.4 (p.157) 28 de octubre Capítulo 4 Funciones y Formas 4 READ Cap.4 (p.160) 30 de octubre Escritura 1 (in class) Semana 12 2 de noviembre REPASO / REVIEW REPASO / REVIEW 4 de noviembre Examen Capítulo 4 Examen Capítulo 4 6 de noviembre Capítulo 5 READ Cap.5 (p and p. 203) Semana 13 9 de noviembre Capítulo 5 READ Cap.5 (p ) 11 de noviembre Capítulo 5 READ Cap.5 (p. 185) Funciones y Formas 2 13 de noviembre LAB ACTIVITY Semana de noviembre Capítulo 5 READ Cap.5 (p ) 18 de noviembre Capítulo 5 READ Cap.5 (p ) Funciones y Formas 3 QUIZ 2 Funciones y Formas 4 20 de noviembre LAB ACTIVITY (Practice for Oral Exam) Semana de noviembre REPASO / REVIEW REPASO / REVIEW 25 de noviembre NO HAY CLASE NO HAY CLASE 27 de noviembre NO HAY CLASE NO HAY CLASE Semana 16 2 de diciembre Exámenes Orales Exámenes Orales 4 de diciembre Exámenes Orales Último día de clase EXAMEN FINAL DEL CURSO: Wednesday December 9th (11am-1pm)

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