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1 Spanish 201 LMV, 10-10:50 AM o 11-11:50 AM Fall Otoño 2011 Centenary College Profesora: Maureen Murov Oficina: Jackson Hall, 306-B Tel: ? Horas de Consulta: Martes y Jueves, PM y por cita I.Textbooks Avance Intermediate Spanish Avance Workbook online via Quia Books A good Spanish-English dictionary II. Course Description and Objectives This is a second year course designed to review and expand your knowledge of the Spanish grammar and Hispanic culture through intensive oral and written practice. The course will be conducted primarily in Spanish. III.Course Policies A) Attendance & Participation 1. Attendance is extremely important. You may miss up to 3 classes during the semester. 3 tardies will count as one absence. If you play a sport or have some serious illness that causes you to go over the limit, please see me ASAP. 2. During Class Cell Phones- will be in the OFF position before student enters the classroom. Ear Phones- may not be worn in class and must be removed from sight before class begins. Laptops- may only be used with the permission of the instructor. This is not a course based on laptop use. It is based on conversation and human contact. Late arrivals / Early Departures- without explanation and permission are considered unexcused absences. Three late arrivals (+5 minutes) will count as one absence. Leaving and Returning during class is not permitted- except in the most serious cases. (Speak with me.) Visit the restroom before class begins. Bring tissues with you to class if you are congested.

2 3. Please use Spanish in the classroom. Avoiding Spanish will have a negative impact on your participation grade. How correctly you speak is not the most important thing, but your effort and you attitude will go a long way. Basic Phrases: Gracias = thank you De nada = you re welcome Cuándo es? When is Dónde está? Where is..? (No) comprendo = I (don t) understand Cómo se dice? How do I say? Sabes..? Do you know? Puedo? May I? Tengo un problema = I have a problem Puedes explicar/ repetir/ ayudar? = Can you explain,/repeat/ help? Each day you will be given an attendance/ participation grade. A= Speaks in Spanish with good command of grammar and vocabulary; very well prepared for class; volunteers without being called on B= Speaks in Spanish, some noticeable errors but generally prepared for class. Volunteers without being called on C= Speaks in Spanish but only when called on and/ or with significant errors OR speaks Spanish and participates often but uses English without permission. D= Little attempt to participate, not prepared to participate OR sometimes prepared but uses English without permission F = Present in class but unwilling and/ or unprepared to participate in any language 0 = Absent from class 4) You may not miss scheduled compositions, quizzes, and tests. Try to find out if your absence will be excused before you miss. If your missed work is unexcused you will face a 10 point deduction per day until your work is turned in or completed. B) Homework (ONLINE REFERENCE TOOLS AVAILABLE TO HELP) You should prepare written exercises from the Quia website almost every night. Often these will preview our next class or review the work from your previous class. They are important because they will help you understand the material and let you know if you do not understand a concept or reading fully. If you know you cannot do an exercise even after you have been to the class where we covered that material, see me. To access these exercises you will need to follow directions online: You may do extra grammar practice and get feedback with exercises on the WWW: 1) and 2)

3 In addition to these written/ computer-generated exercises there will be a formal composition and sentence-writing assignments. For oral practice you will each prepare one skit presentation with classmates using chapter vocabulary and do an individual interview with your instructor at the end of the semester. Your presentations should NOT be read. Content from these presentations will appear on exams. D) Journal You will each keep a journal throughout the semester. It can be a notebook or an online Blog. In it you should have 10 entries worth 10 % of your class grade. Entries will reflect your experiences with Spanish outside the class and may include reviews/reflections on works of art by Hispanic artists (painting, poem, short story, song); transcriptions and/ or commentaries of interviews or conversations in Spanish with a native speaker of Spanish face to face or online with pen pals; reflections on volunteer work experience in the Hispanic community (ie dia de los muertos local celebration); reflection on a film or exhibit you attend in Spanish or related to the Hispanic community; description/ image of recipe from the Hispanic world that you made; description/ image of a cultural site in Spain/ Latin America that you would like to visit and why. Your comments/ reflections should be about 200 words. At least 3 must be written in Spanish. E) Extra Credit You may add one half point to your final course grade for each journal entry you add above the 10 required. There is an anthology of short stories on reserve at Magale for those interested in short stories. F) Honor Code Tests, quizzes, compositions, and extra credit are subject to the terms of the honor code. You may consult classmates and friends on homework assignments but should never copy another s work or have anyone else write for you. You should also not rely on computer translators. Mostly, they won t get you very far anyway. G) Grading Attendance/ Participation 15% Vocab. Presentation 5% (sept 12, oct 5, oct 31, or dec 2) Journal 10% Collected/online homework 15% Chapter Tests (3) 30% (sept 16, oct 10, nov 4) Composition(s) 10% (nov 11) Oral final 5% Final Exam 10% H) Centenary College Disabilities Policy It is the policy of Centenary College to accommodate students with disabilities, pursuant to federal law, state law, and the College's commitment to equal educational opportunities. Any student with a disability who needs accommodations, for example in seating placement or in arrangements for examinations, should inform the instructor at the beginning of the course. Students with disabilities need to contact Disability Services (a division of Counseling Services), which is located in the ground floor of Rotary Hall to obtain services. Telephone /5424.

4 COURSE SCHEDULE/ CALENDARIO Avance= textbook Quia = Workbook (Práctica Escrita) QL= Quia Listening Section (Expresión Oral) Week 1 Home Work Due Class Work ( Quia is found online) Aug 22 Bienvenidos Aug 24 Tipos y Estereotipos: Describir y Comentar Avance pp. 2-4 Aug 26 Gender & Number Lengua 1 pp. 6-9 Week 2 Home Work Due Class Work Aug 29 Quia Listening C; Quia 1 Adjective Agreement Lengua 2 pp Aug 31 Quia 2 To Be: Ser & Estar Lengua 3 pp Sign up for presentations Sep 2 Quia 3 A, B, E Leer Avance pp Cultura: Contrastes pp Week 3 Home Work Due Class Work Sep 5 Feriado/ Labor Day Sep 7 Leer Avance pp Quia 4 A Subject Pronouns Present Indicative Lengua 4 pp Sep 9 Quia 4 B, C Preparar Diálogo Direct Objects Lengua 5 pp Enlace pp Week 4 Home Work Due Class Work Sep 12 Quia 5 Quia ojo A, B Direct Objects Preparar diálogo Vocab. Dialogue Presentations #1 Sep 14 Quia Repaso Review/ Repaso QL 5 C, D, E Sep 16 Examen #1 Week 5 Home Work Due Class Work Sep 19 La Comunidad Humana: Describir Y Comentar

5 Avance pp Sep 21 Leer Avance pp Passive Se; Impersonal Se Lengua 6 pp Quia 6 A; QL D Sep 23 Quia 6 B Indirect Objects Lengua 7 pp Week 6 Home Work Due Class Work Sep 26 Quia 7 A Object Pronouns Sequences Lengua 8 pp Sep 28 Quia 8 A, B Literatura: La Llorona pp Leer La Llorona: Avance pp Sep 30 Leer Lengua 9 pp Imperfect Indicative Lengua 9 pp Quia 9 A Week 7 Home Work Due Class Work Oct 3 Leer Lengua 10 pp Oct 5 Quia 9 B Quia 10 A Quia 10 B Quia Ojo A, B Quia 11 A Quia 11 B, D QL 11 A Enlace Reflexives Lengua 10 pp Avance pp Dialogue Presentations #2 Preparar diálogos Oct 7 Quia Repaso Review QL 7 D, 9 A, B, 10 A, B, C Week 8 Home Work Due Class Work Oct 10 Examen #2 Oct 12 Oct 14 Fall Break Week 9 Home Work Due Class Work Oct 17 Describir y Comentar: Costumbres y tradiciones Avance pp Oct 19 Leer Avance pp Gustar and similar verbs Lengua 11 pp Quia Cap. 3: describir y comentar A Oct 21 El día de los difuntos Enlace pp Pretérito Week 10 Home Work Due Class Work

6 Oct 24 Leer Avance pp Hacer in Time Expressions Quia Ojo A, B Quia 12 A QL 12 C Oct 26 Leer Avance pp Oct 28 Quia 13 A, B, C QL 13 A, B QL 14 D Leer Avance La Tomatina pp Quia 14 A Lengua pp Preterite/ Imperfect Contrast Lengua pp ; Lengua pp Cultura: La Tomatina pp Week 11 Home Work Due Class Work Oct 31 Preparar diálogos Quia 14 B Relative Pronouns Lengua 15 pp Dialogue Presentations #3 Nov 2 Quia 15 Quia Repaso QL 14 E Review More Preterite/ Imperfect Lengua 14 pp Nov 4 Examen #3 Week 12 Home Work Due Class Work Nov 7 Película Nov 9 Nov 11 Escribir una narración Entregar Composición Week 13 Home Work Due Class Work Nov 14 Describir/ Comentar: La Familia Avance pp Nov 16 Quia Cap. 4 Describir A QL Cap. 4 C (1-3) The Subjunctive Mood Lengua 17 pp Nov 18 Quia 18 A Uses of the Subjunctive: Persuasion Lengua 18 pp Week 14 Home Work Due Class Work Nov 21 Thanksgiving Nov 23 Recess Nov 25 Vacaciones Week 15 Home Work Due Class Work Nov 28 Quia 18B, D Enlace/ Ojo Avance pp

7 Nov 30 Leer El Nieto Avance pp Literatura: El Nieto Avance pp Dec 2 Preparar diálogos Dialogue Presentations #4 Week 16 Home Work Due Class Work Dec 5 Quia Repaso Compartir diarios Review Dec 7 Review for Final Dec 9 Week 17 Home Work Due Class Work Dec 12 Examen Final Dec 14 Dec 16

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