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1 Course Syllabus Summer I 2015 Course Number and Title: Elementary Spanish I 1411 Instructor Information Course Overview Name: Dr. José L. Gómez Contact Information: Phone: Catalog Description: This class introduces patterns of pronunciation, basic conversation, grammar, vocabulary, oral, reading and writing exercises, and aspects of Hispanic culture. One hour of online laboratory work, a day is mandatory. Course Overview: Spanish 1411 are designed to introduce you to the Spanish language and the many facets of Hispanic culture, and to develop all your language skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing, in this course you will develop your ability to communicate satisfactorily in Spanish in everyday practical situations and you will acquire some basics skills necessary for effective communications in Spanish. The course requires regular classroom participation and approximately two hours of outside preparation (listening, writing, reading, grammar and vocabulary study) for every hour of class is recommended. This class is hosted on MySpanishLab Learning Management System where you will complete SAM activities, Additional Practices, exams, listening tests, oral tests, written assignments, oral activities, quizzes, etc. on: Pre-requisites: No pre-requisites Course Objectives/Student Learning Outcomes: To be clear to communicate in Spanish in whole sentences. To be able to carry on basic conversational patterns, using circumlocutions and asking for clarification when you do not understand. To gain insights into the uniqueness and richness of Hispanic culture that go beyond the basic awareness gained in previous Spanish class. To prepare you for courses you may wish to take after beginners Spanish. To help you gain a more thorough knowledge of the structure of the Spanish language than is learned in Elementary Spanish. To deepen your awareness of the reasons for studying foreign language in college, and to realize the benefits. To use Spanish in class as the principal means of communicating, in such a way as to develop conversational ability as quickly as possible. Course Materials and Resources: Course Policies: Required Course Materials: Anda!. Heining-Boynton, Cowell. 2 nd ed. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill On-line: MySpanishLab access code, to register on: A laptop computer and headsets with microphone. Optional or Recommended Course Materials: Spanish-English and English-Spanish dictionary AEC and Other Educational Support Resources: Companion Website: Course Policy: Course Syllabus page 1 of 11

2 This course is conducted differently from previous foreign languages courses you may have had. In this class we will emphasize the learning of Spanish for real-world purposes. In Spanish 1411 your instructor will speak Spanish 70-90% of the time. You may use English only when absolutely necessary. From time to time you may need to ask something in English. However, you must ask permission first in Spanish and only after you have tried to express the idea in Spanish. It is important that you make an effort to use the vocabulary and constructions you have been learning. We will be doing many pair and group activities in which you are expected to participate actively and to use only Spanish, grammar is a very necessary component of communicative competence. So are vocabularies, discourse strategies, the ability to compensate for the command of the language, and familiarity with the cultural norms are linked to communication. Attendance: Regular class attendance is essential for successful of the course. For a class that meets once a week, a student is allowed two absences, if a student misses one more that the allowed number of absences, he/she may be dropped from the class. After the first absent you will be losing 2 points for each additional absent of your final grade; you must contact the instructor immediately before or after you miss a class. If you fail to call or the instructor immediately before or after you miss a class, he will believe that you no longer wish to be in Spanish 1411 and therefore administratively drop you from the course. After a total of 3 absences, your instructor will refuse your admittance to the class and choose to administratively drop you. If you stop attending class, however, it is your responsibility to drop the class. In addition, two late arrivals or early departures by more than 15 minutes will equal one unexcused absence. Only school activities are excused absences, If you have a school activity is your responsibility to let your professor know before you go and justify it. Remember absences are not excuses for the completion of your assignments or assessments, your obligation as student is to find out what you missed. Grade Determination: Chapter Exams: 15% Chapter Vocab. Quizzes: 10% Lab Work (SAM & Additional Practice.): 25% Oral Participation in class: 10% Written Assignments "A Escribir": 5% Chapter Oral Exams: 5% Chapter Listening Tests: 10% Final Oral Exam 10% Final Exam 10% Chapter Exams (15%) There are six exams in Spanish 1411 and will be completed on MySpanishLab website, one exam for each chapter; Preliminary A, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. The exams will include; reading, writing, cultural material, the appropriate use of vocabulary and grammar, comprehension and comprehensibility will be emphasized. You must attend on days when tests are being given. No tests may be made up unless you have notified your instructor immediately before the class period and you have a documented excuse that you must bring with you. If you have other appointments you will need to reschedule them, as the test takes top priority. Any exceptions please see your instructor immediately. None of the tests are curved. If the exam has a password, the password is just for the students that are taking the exam in the class and for any reason should leave the class, or will be considered as academic dishonesty. Students failing one Exam or Listening Test must speak with the instructor to see the possibility of retaking only if the student has completed at least 80% of the specified chapter of MySpanishLab. Only one attempt will be allowed if it is a take home test. The students must complete the Pre-Test and the Post-Test at the beginning and at the end of the semester, this is a School requirement, therefore if the student fail to complete these tests, he/she will not receive a final grade. The Readiness Check Tests (Pre-Test, Post-Test and study material), will help you to review English grammar concepts and prepare you to learn Spanish grammar concepts. Course Syllabus page 2 of 11

3 Chapter Vocabulary Quizzes (10%) There is one Vocabulary Quiz for each chapter, this quiz only will be taken in class before to begin working on the specified chapter and it will be completed on MySpanishLab web site on the specified date on the calendar or will be considered late. In the textbook at the end of each chapter there are two pages with vocabulary words, also you have tutorials and flashcards on the website to study for the quiz. So be prepared! Lab work (SAM and Additional Practice) (25%) The students should spend minutes every day to complete the Students Activities Manual (SAM) and Additional Practice, each chapter has approximately an average of (50-55) activities (graded) divided in two weeks to be completed. Additional resources to study, review, and be prepare for the class and take tests that include; some PowerPoints presentation for each grammar topic reviewed in class, grammar and vocabulary tutorials, Ambiciones Siniestras episodes, cultural video and reading assignments, etc. on MySpanishLab web site: Please register in: Cisco College Elementary Spanish I 1411 Summer I 2015; COURSE CODE CRSKLYP Organization of MySpanishLab: The tests, activities, and different resources are organized in the calendar, in this form, when possible: On Sundays/Mondays: End of the chapter exams, listening, oral, and written tests; SAM activities, Additional Practice, and oral activities On Mondays: Vocabulary quizzes, flashcards, vocabulary tutorials On Thursdays: Ambiciones Sinestras episodes, and culture videos On Fridays: PowerPoint presentations, and Grammar tutorials On Saturdays: etextbook activities for extra credit Attention: The SAM activities and the Additional Practice for chapter 6, it will give you 5 extra points to the final grade, also for an additional 5 extra points you will be assigned different e-text activities from Chapter Preliminar A to chapter 5 on Saturdays on MySpanishLab. (Completed and graded 100 %.), this total (10 points) extra credit will be completed on MySpanishLab web site and they must be completed by their corresponding due date (the extra credit will be added on your final grade at the end of the semester). Oral Participation in class (10%) You will receive a daily oral participation grade in class; an oral participation grade is given for your performance, not for your potential or effort alone. You are expected to attend class and to participate. Above-average and outstanding performance warrants a B or an A. Your daily participation grade includes your contribution in Spanish, in regular class sessions, and active participation in Spanish individually and in small group activities. This takes into consideration but is not limited to: 1. How much you use Spanish. 2. How well you use Spanish. 3. Your preparation for class. 4. Your cooperation and leadership in pair, group and individual work. 5. Your respect and attitude towards the class, your peers, and your instructor. During the course, we will complete some group activities in class and they will be considered as participation, those activities and the daily Oral Participation will be graded. If the student is absent he/she is not participating, therefore this grade cannot be made up. Only school activities are excused. Note: your attendance in class will not guarantee a good daily grade (0.952 points on summer and points on a regular semester), it all depends on the above specified. Written assignments "A Escribir" (5%) You have to complete a written assignment at the end of each chapter, this one needs to be completed on MySpanishLab web site for grading, the use of any internet English-Spanish translator is considered Academic Dishonesty for the completion of this assignment, it has to be your Spanish in your own words. Course Syllabus page 3 of 11

4 Chapter Oral Exams (5%) There is one Oral Exam for each chapter and should be completed on MySpanishLab web site, before to submit the test, please make sure you can listen your recorded answer. Chapter Listening Tests (10%) There is one Listening Test for each chapter and it should be completed on MySpanishLab web site at the end of the chapter. Final Oral Exam (10%) For the final oral exam, your Professor will provide a set of questions that you can download from MySpanishLab and you will find a partner to practice during the semester in class when possible or you can use blackboard IM for outside practice. You and your partner will have a minimum of minutes basic conversation in my office on the specified day on this syllabus (No notes will be allowed), for any reason this final oral exam should be rescheduled. Final Exam (10%) The final exam will take place in class and it will cover from chapter Preliminary A to chapter 5. The exam will include; reading, writing, listening, cultural material, the appropriate use of vocabulary and grammar, comprehension and comprehensibility will be emphasized. It is recommended before the exam to complete all the SAM and the Additional Practice activities for chapter 6 that is a review of the semester. *Note: There is a possibility that you could be exempt from the final exam depending on your overall performance during the semester and if you meet the following criteria's: To have cero (0) absences during the semester (no late or early arrivals in class) To have active participation in Spanish individually and in small group activities. On time completion of the assignments and assessments during the semester. To have a 90% passing total grade after the final oral exam, without considering the extra credit. *This exemption will not apply for Hybrid classes. Make-up Work: All make up work is considered late if is not turned in or competed when is requested or scheduled on the calendar for your professor. To make up vocab. Quizzes or activities on MySpanishLab web site the student will have until before mid-term grades are posted. After mid-term grades have been turned in, and on the finals week exam, no assignments or assessments will be accepted. All take home tests and exams will remain open, these tests will have a reduction (penalty) of 10 points for each day of tardiness and no more than four days, after that your test will be graded 60%, not excuses. For take home tests, the students will have only one attempt before the due date. All SAM, Additional Practice, e-textbook activities will remain open, these activities will have a reduction (penalty) of 30 points after one week of tardiness, after that week the students will receive only 70% credit. +/- Grade System: A+ = A = A- = B+ = B = B- = Academic Dishonesty: C+ = C = C- = D+ = D = D- = F = 0-59 and below The Instructor will initiate an academic integrity case against students suspected of cheating, plagiarizing, or aiding others in dishonest academic behavior. Students are responsible for reading and understanding the Code of Academic Integrity. Examples of academic dishonesty include, but are not limited to, plagiarism, cheating, and aiding and abetting dishonesty. An example of plagiarism would be to submit a written sample which in part or in whole is not entirely the student s own work without attributing the source. Cheating includes allowing another person to do your work, such as a composition or workbook, and to submit the work under one s own name. Any work which is submitted for a grade must be 100% the student s own work. If you are not sure when it is appropriate to seek help, please see your instructor. Course Syllabus page 4 of 11

5 Changes to the Syllabus: The schedule and procedures in this syllabus are subject to change if deemed appropriate by the instructor. Special Needs: Students who qualify for specific accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) should notify the instructor the first week of class. It is the student s responsibility to provide the necessary documentation to the Special Populations Coordinator. Student Conduct: General Student Conduct Statement: Students are expected to take responsibility in helping to maintain a classroom environment that is conducive to learning. In order to assure that all students have the opportunity to gain from the time spent in class, students are prohibited from making offensive remarks, reading material not related to class, sleeping, or engaging in any other form of distraction. Inappropriate behavior in the classroom shall result, at a minimum, in a request to leave class. A more detailed list of inappropriate behaviors is found in the current student handbook. Harassment of any nature occurring on the premises of Cisco College will not be tolerated. Should a student be subjected to any form of harassment, the matter may be reported to the Title IX Director ( or ), Dean of Students ( ), Provost ( ), or any counselor (see directory). Student Technology Use in Classroom Policy: Students should silence all communication devices, which include but are not limited to phones, pagers, recorders, palm devices, and laptops. No communications devices should be visible on desks during class unless otherwise directed by the instructor as part of a class activity or approved by the instructor for note-taking. An exception to this policy may occur due to college-wide emergency notification. If a pressing situation requires communication during class, notify the instructor before class begins, sit near the door and quietly exit the classroom before answering any communication. In testing situations, use of any communication, electronic, or data storage device for a reason other than college emergencies or a use specified by the instructor, may lead to a charge of academic dishonesty. Major Projects, Required Activities, and Assignments: Course Syllabus page 5 of 11

6 Tentative Course Schedule: Course Number and Title Elementary Spanish I 1411 Instructor Name: Dr. José L. Gómez Summer I 2015 Tentative Due Date Description Day Class objective In-class assignments Homework Student Activities Manual Jun 01 Jun 03 Jun 09 Jun MySpanishLab Tutorials Introduction to the course, syllabus, and MySpanishLab Register in this class using the course code on page 3 of this syllabus, and take the Pre-Test that is on the calendar (Jun 02) on MySpanishLab website. Capítulo Preliminar A Para empezar Vocabulary quiz for Chapter Preliminar A Basic Greetings. Saludos, despedidas y presentaciones: A-1 to A-5 Greetings & Expresiones útiles para la clase: expressions of courtesy A-6 and A-7 Spanish alphabet Practice greetings. Cognates & false Spanish alphabet: A-8 and A-9 cognates Cognates and false cognates: A- Subject pronouns The verb ser Adjectives of nationality. 10 Subject pronouns: A-12 and A-13 Ser: A-14 and A-15 Nationalities: identify pictures; A- 16 and A-17 A-1 to A-3 A-4 to A-16 A-17 to A- 28 Tutorials: Subject Pronouns, Verbs, Conjugation/Infinitive, Subject/Verb Agreement Tutorials: Subject Pronouns, Ser Numbers 0 30, telling time. Los números: A-18 and A-19 A-29 to A- 36 La hora: A-20 to A-22 Days, months, & seasons Weather conditions Likes/dislikes Days, months, seasons: A-24 and A-25 Weather: A-26 to A-28 Gustar: A-29 to A-30 A-37 to A- 49 Chapter Exam, Listen. Test, Oral Exam, A Escribir and MySpanishLab for Chapter Preliminar. Capítulo 1 Quiénes somos? Jun 10 Vocabulary quiz for Chapter 1 Tener La familia: 1-1 Family vocabulary Tener: 1-3 to 1-5 Forming Hispanic last Singular/plural: 1-7 to 1-8 names 1-1 to 1-16 Tutorials: Subject Pronouns, Verbs; Conjugation/Infinitive Tutorials: Tener (Introduction; uses), Tener (Stem-Changing Conjucation); Singular and Plural Formation Course Syllabus page 6 of 11

7 Day Class objective In-class assignments Homework Student Activities Manual Gender Definite and indefinite articles Gente vocabulary Possessive adjectives Describing yourself & others Numbers Article on Hispanics in U.S. Conversation Ambiciones siniestras1 Review for exam Masculine and feminine: 1-9 and 1-10 Definite articles: 1-11 Indefinite articles: 1-12 to 1-13 Gente: 1-14 and 1-15 Possessive adjectives: 1-16 La familia review: 1-17 and 1-18 Descriptive adjectives: 1-19 to 1-21 Numbers : 1-26 to 1-28 Listening exercises: 1-30 to 1-32 Article: Les presento mi país: Los Estados Unidos. Conversemos: 1-33 Ambiciones siniestras: 1-42 Review for exam on Preliminar A 1-17 to to to to 1-54 MySpanishLab Tutorials Tutorials: Subject/Verb Agreement; Nouns Tutorials: Gender; Definite and Indefinite Articles Tutorials: Singular and Plural Tutorials: Possessive Adjectives Tutorials: Adjectives, Definite and Indefinite Articles, Possessive Adjectives Tutorials: Non-adjective Agreement, Position of Adjectives Jun Chapter Exam, Listening Test, Oral Exam, A Escribir and MySpanishLab for Chapter 1. Capítulo 2 La vida universitaria Jun 17 Vocabulary quiz for Chapter 2 Las materias y las especialidades Los estereotipos La sala de clase Present indicative How to form questions Interrogatives Estar Numbers 100 1,000 Vocabulary of En la Las materias y las especialidades: 2-1 to 2-2 Los estereotipos: 2-3 La sala de clase: 2-4 Review tener with vocab.: 2-5 Present indicative: 2-7 to 2-9 Interrogatives: 2-11 Integrated: 2-12 and 2-13 Numbers 100-1,000: 2-15 En la universidad: 2-17 to 2-19 Estar: 2-20 to to to to 2-27 Tutorials: Subject Pronouns, Verbs, Tense, Present Indicative, Yes/No Questions, Question-word Questions; Conjugation/Infinitive, Subject/Verb Agreement Tutorials: Present Indicative, Stem-ending, Regular Verbs, -ar verbs, -er verbs, -ir verbs; Formation of Yes-No Questions, Questions with Interrogative Words Tutorials: Estar, Estar + Adjectives Course Syllabus page 7 of 11

8 Day Class objective In-class assignments Homework Student Activities Manual universidad MySpanishLab Tutorials Vocabulary of Emociones y estados Gustar Los deportes y los pasatiempos Listen for the gist Conversation Article on Mexico Ambiciones siniestras 2 Emociones y estados: 2-24 to 2-26 Gustar: 2-27 to 2-30 Article: Los deportes en el mundo hispano Escucha: 2-33 to 2-35 Conversemos: 2-36 Article: Les presento mi país: México Ambiciones siniestras 2: 2-44 Review for exam to to 2-59 Tutorials: Gustar and Similar Verbs Jun Chapter Exam, Listening Test, Oral Exam, A Escribir and MySpanishLab for Chapter 2. Capítulo 3 Nuestra casa Jun 22 Vocabulary quiz for Chapter 3 Vocabulary of La casa La casa: 3-1 to to 3-9 Irregular verbs in present indicative Vocabulary of Los muebles y otros objetos de la casa Los quehaceres Article on Hispanic women Color vocabulary Verbos irregulares: 3-5 to to 3-15 Los muebles y otros objetos de la casa: 3-11 to 3-13 Los quehaceres: 3-14 Article: Las mujeres del mundo hispano. Los colores: 3-16 Review chapter vocab.: 3-17 Expressions with tener Las expresiones con tener: 3-20 to 3-23 Numbers 1, ,000,000 Describe places with hay Scanning a passage Conversation Article on Spain, Review tener: 3-24 Numbers 1, ,000,000: 3-25 to 3-26 Hay: 3-29 to 3-30 Escucha: 3-32 Conversemos: 3-35 Article: Les presento mi país: España 3-16 to to to to to 3-54 Tutorials: Tense, Present Indicative Tutorials: Irregular Verbs, Irregular first person verbs Tutorials: Hacer, Querer Tutorials: Decir, Dar Ambiciones siniestras 3 Ambiciones siniestras 3. Jun Chapter Exam, Listening Test, Oral Exam, A Escribir and MySpanishLab for Chapter 3. Capítulo 4 Nuestra comunidad Jun 24 Vocabulary quiz for Chapter 4 Vocabulary of los lugares Article on everyday activities Saber y conocer Tener que... Los lugares: 4-1 to 4-2 Article: Actividades cotidianas: Las compras y el paseo. Saber y conocer: 4-4 to 4-6 Tener que...: 4-9 to to to 4-16 Tutorials: Making a Sentence Negative, Course Syllabus page 8 of 11

9 Day Class objective In-class assignments Homework Student Activities Manual Stem-changing verbs Los verbos con cambio de raíz: 4-12 to 4-13 Ir; Ir + a + infinitivo Ir: 4-15 and 4-16 Ir + a + infinitivo: 4-18 Vocabulary of volunteer work and services. Affirmative & negative expressions Review ser and estar Conversation Paraphrasing Writing Ambiciones siniestras 4 Trabajos y servicios voluntarios: 4-21 to 4-23 Article: La conciencia social. Affirmative & negative expressions: 4-25 to 4-27 Ser & Estar: 4-28 to 4-29; write example sentences. Conversemos: 4-36 Escucha: 4-32 to 4-34 Escribe: 4-37 to 4-39 Ambiciones siniestras 4: 4-44 Course Syllabus page 9 of to to to to to 4-56 MySpanishLab Tutorials Affirmative and Negative Tutorials: Saber and Conocer, Peronal a Tutorials: Indefinite and Negative Expressions Tutorials: Conjugation of Stem-Chaning Verbs, Querer, Pedir, Volver Tutorials: Future with ir + a + infinitive Tutorials: Indefinite and Negative Expressions, Uses and Placement of Negative Expressions; Ser and Estar Jun Chapter Exam, Listening Test, Oral Exam, A Escribir and MySpanishLab for Chapter 4. Capítulo 5 A divertirse! La música y el cine Jun 29 Vocabulary quiz for Chapter 5 Music vocabulary Demonstrative adjectives Demonstrative pronouns Article on Hispanic music in the United States Adverbs Present progressive Cinema vocabulary Article on Hispanic influence on North- American cinema El mundo de la música: 5-3 to 5-4 Los adjetivos demostrativos: 5-5 to 5-6 Los pronombres demostrativos: 5-7 to 5-9 Article: La música latina en los Estados Unidos. Los adverbios: 5-10 to 5-12 El presente progresivo: 5-14 to5-15 Picture activity. El mundo del cine: 5-18 to 5-21 Article: La influencia hispana en el cine norteamericano. 5-1 to 5-16 Tutorials: Adjectives Tutorials: Demonstrative Adjectives 5-17 to to to 5-35 Tutorials: Demonstrative Adjectives; Pronouns Tutorials: Demonstrative Pronouns; Adverbs Tutorials: Demonstrative Pronouns, Adverbs, Present Progressive Tutorials: Present Participle, Formation of the present progressive, Use of the present progressive Tutorial: Auxiliary and Main Verb

10 Day Class objective In-class assignments Homework Student Activities Manual MySpanishLab Tutorials Ordinal numbers Los números ordinales: 5-22 Tutorial: Ordinal Numbers hay + que + infinitive Direct object pronouns Anticipating content when listening Conversation Listening strategy Writing Reading Hay que + infinitivo: 5-25 D.O. pronouns: 5-28 to 5-30 Conversemos: 5-35 Escucha: 5-32 to 5-34 Escribe: 5-37 to 5-39 Article: Les presento mi país: Nicaragua, Costa Rica y Panamá. Ambiciones siniestras 5: to to 5-50 Tutorials: Present Participle; Ordinal Numbers, Direct Objects, Direct Object Pronouns Tutorials: Personal a; Direct Object Pronouns, Placement of Direct Object Pronouns Ambiciones siniestras 5 Jul 02 Chapter Exam, Listening Test, Oral Exam, A Escribir and MySpanishLab for Chapter 5. Capítulo 6 Sí, lo sé! (this chapter will be completed on MySpanishLab web site) Jul 01 How to review effectively Review vocab: la familia, los lugares, la casa. Review: schedule Expressions with tener, saber/ conocer, ir + a + infinitivo Review: Simple future, volunteer & pastime vocab Review all Ambiciones siniestras videos Review: Cultural articles Final Oral Exam Review: La familia: 6-1 Adjectives: 6-2 Los lugares: 6-3 La casa: 6-4 Review: Mi horario: 6-5 Tener: 6-7 Saber y conocer: 6-8 Ir + a + infinitivo: 6-15 Integrated topics: 6-16 Review: Simple future: 6-17 to 6-18 Volunteer vocab.: 6-20 Ambiciones siniestras: 6-21 Writing practice: 6-22 Review: Writing practice: 6-24 Review culture topics: 6-25 Write about reviewed countries. 6-1 to to to to 6-29 Jul 05 MySpanishLab Chapter 6 and e-text activities for 10 points extra credit to your final grade. Jul 05 Post-Test Jul 06 Final exam (Preliminar A Chapter 5) Dr. José L. Gómez Associate Professor of Spanish Course Syllabus page 10 of 11

11 Course Objectives/Student Learning Outcomes and their Linkage to Program and College Goals and Outcomes. Course Number and Title Elementary Spanish I 1411 Desired Student Learning Outcomes for this course 01.- Recognize, apply and produce the structure of a sentence 02.- Prepare, interpret, explain, describe and participate in a conversation and be able to ask in Spanish when need clarification 03.- Compare, examine, and understand the differences in the Hispanic culture 04.- Listen, write, read and speak Spanish at beginner s level Master all the criteria for beginning level an preparation for the next Examine the importance of learning a foreign language 07.- Apply, practice, describe, interpret orally in a daily basis, with the instructor, classmates in class and with the community. Linked to which departmental program goal(s) To be clear to communicate in Spanish in whole sentences. To be able to carry on basic conversational patterns, using circumlocutions and asking for clarification when you do not understand. To gain insights into the uniqueness and richness of Hispanic cultures that go beyond the basic awareness gained in Elementary Spanish To prepare you for courses you may wish to take after beginners Spanish To help you gain a more thorough knowledge of the structure of the Spanish language than is learned in Elementary Spanish. To deepen your awareness of the reasons for studying foreign language in college, and to realize the benefits. To use Spanish in class as the principal means of communicating, in such a way as to develop conversational ability as quickly as possible. Linked to which institutional goal(s)? Students are equipped for successful careers and post-graduate education Students acquire an enthusiasm for lifelong learning through expanded intellectual and cultural experience Students acquire an enthusiasm for lifelong learning through expanded intellectual and cultural experience Students acquire an enthusiasm for lifelong learning through expanded intellectual and cultural experience All members of the campus community will engage in the ongoing pursuit of excellence in job performance, achievement, and character Students in a community that demonstrate a commitment to service, acquire a solid basis for future lives of service. Students are equipped for successful careers and post-graduate education Types of evidence that might be used to demonstrate student achievement of objectives & goals Pre Test and Post Test By Writing, oral exams and assignments Performance on a nationally normed test. Using an oral, listening activities and examination in class and on-line. Reading from the textbook about different topics of culture. Working in activities from the reading Watching a video series about different countries Role playing, quizzes, exams and Final examination Quizzes, Test, Final examination and the Post Test. To investigate careers that require bilingual The percentage on enrollment for the next level Role play, oral, listening activities and examinations To invite a native Hispanic guess to participate with the students Dr. José L. Gómez Associate Professor of Spanish Course Syllabus page 11 of 11

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