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1 FALL 2014 College of Arts and Sciences Department of Humanities Intermediate Spanish II (SPAN 2002) CRN 80300, Section semester credit hours (3-0-3) T, TR, 6:30pm 7:45 pm (Room G-127) Instructor: Dr. Roberto E. Gibráltarik Office: Arts and Sciences, G Office Hours: T, TR 4:30 4:50 pm or by appointment ******Individuals with disabilities who need to request accommodations should contact the Disability Services Coordinator, Student Center 255, , Required Texts: * Philip R. Donley, et al. Vistas: Introducción a la lengua española, 4th ed. (Boston: Vista Higher Learning, 2008). Student textbook ISBN: WEBSAM (On-line Student Activities Manual: http: vistas.vhlcentral.com) Recommended Texts: Bosque, Guillermo & Violeta Demonte (Eds.) Gramática descriptiva de la lengua española. Madrid: Espasa Calpa SA. Casares, Julio. Diccionario ideológico de la lengua española. Barcelona: Editorial Gustavo Gili. Dozier, Eleanor, and Zulma Iguina. Manual de gramática: Grammar Reference for Students of Spanish. 2a edición. Heinle & Heinle, Langer de Ramirez, Lori, et al. 601 Spanish Verbs. Berlitz Publishing, 2009.

2 La Rousse. The American Heritage La Rousse Spanish Dictionary: English/Spanish, Español/Inglés. Spinelli, Emily. English Grammar for Students of Spanish: The Study Guide for Those Learning Spanish. Olivia and Hill Press, All students are required to have a copy of the textbook for this class. If you do not have your textbook in class after the second week of class, you will receive a ZERO for your class participation grade for each day that you come to class without it BIENVENIDOS al Español 2002! This is the first part of a two-semester Intermediate Spanish course sequence. In this course you continue to develop the four basic language skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing. You will use these skills to expand your knowledge of the cultures of the Spanish-speaking peoples of the world. Moreover, the emphasis of this course is on spoken and written communication. Catalog Description: Grammar review and continued development of the students reading, conversation and composition skills, with readings of a more difficult nature than those previously encountered by the student. Open to natives speakers of Spanish only by permission of the Department of Humanities. Prerequisite(s): SPAN 2001 or permission of the Department of Humanities. Computer Requirement: Each CSU student is required to have ready access throughout the semester to a notebook computer that meets faculty-approved hardware and software requirements for the student's academic program. Students will sign a statement attesting to such access. For further information on CSU's Official Notebook Computer Policy, please go to Computer Skills Prerequisites: Able to use WindowsTM operating system Able to use Microsoft WordTM word processing Able to send and receive using OutlookTM or Outlook ExpressTM Able to attach and retrieve attached files via

3 COURSE OBJECTIVES By the end of the semester you will be able to communicate using basic Spanish for: - discussing your hopes and dreams for the future; - describing your daily chores; - talking about nutrition and exercise; - describing your ideal future professional goals; - conducting a job interview in Spanish; - commenting on your favorite movies and T.V. shows; - discussing politics; - giving commands to little children as well as to large groups of people. THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMANITIES GOALS The exchange of ideas is the basis of all societies. Each culture has its own form of expressing thoughts. Communication is the act or process of transmitting information about ideas, attitudes, emotions, or objective behavior through a common system of signs, symbols, or conduct. According to the Communicative Approach, the emphasis on communication ensures that second language learners will be able to exchange their thoughts in a way that is comprehensible to the native speaker. Our emphasis on written communication is because we believe that a strong lexical and syntactical foundation is the basis for all communication exchange at a level expected from students at the higher education level. Therefore our expectation is that upon completion of the exit courses of their foreign language sequence, students will be able to produce short, comprehensible written pieces of increasing complexity based on the course and content presented at each level. It is our goal that each student will be at the 70 th percentile or above in the areas of language (syntax) and vocabulary (lexicon) on a written composition.

4 STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES By the end of the semester the learner will able to: - recognize the usage and verb conjugations for the present subjunctive; - identify the usages of the present subjunctive; - recognize the differences between formal and informal commands; - write a composition describing one s hopes and wishes for the future using the present subjunctive; - create a dialogue using interrogative questions, such as questions posed during a job interview; - point out main ideas in complex real-world texts (newspapers, magazines, commercials, etc.); - summarize shorts stories or plays; - analyze short literary texts - write compositions that demonstrate greater assimilation of syntactical and grammatical materials appropriate to third semester students; - compose an oral presentation on a complex subject (a cultural aspect, specific country, historical movement, etc.); - compose a creative piece, such as a short poem in the target language - compare/contrast his/her values with those of Spanish speakers, specifically to those in Colombia, Venezuela, Bolivia, Nicaragua and La Republica Dominicana, as well as the various Hispanic groups in the United States; - use technology and other resources in the target language to practice language skills, research, discuss, collaborate and build communities with other second language learners, as well as heritage speakers. Class Format: SPANISH 2002 meets three hours a week. The format of this class is based on the premise that the best way to learn another language is through repeated, meaningful exposure to the language as well as for opportunities to interact with others. For this reason, class time will be dedicated to communicating in Spanish using the structures and vocabulary that you have practiced by doing your homework prior to class. Please note that this is a university setting. As a result, formal, academic Spanish is most appropriate in this particular context.

5 Course Policies: General Policy Students must abide by policies in the Clayton State University Student Handbook, and the Basic Undergraduate Student Responsibilities. University Attendance Policy In order to meet the course goals and objectives, you must attend and actively participate in class. Participation is an important component of your final grade. You are expected to participate consistently and audibly in all class activities. Students who do so with good grace and visible commitment will receive high grades for participation. Please note Clayton State s official policy regarding attendance: Students are expected to attend and participate in every class meeting. Instructors establish specific policies relating to absences in their courses and communicate these policies to the students through the course syllabi. Individual instructors, based upon the nature of the course, determine what effect excused and unexcused absences have in determining grades and upon students ability to remain enrolled in their courses. The university reserves the right to determine that excessive absences, whether justified or not, are sufficient cause for institutional withdrawals or failing grades. You will be allowed a total of Two (2) unexcused absences. Starting with the 3rd absence, you will lose 1 point from your final grade for each additional unexcused absence. Note that habitually arriving late and/or leaving early will result in a lowering of your final grade. After fifteen minutes you are considered absent. Each day your instructor will make a mark in his grade book regarding your participation and will assign you a daily grade. If you miss a class, NO participation points can be awarded for that day. There is NO make-up for participation points. Course Evaluation: Exams, Quizzes, Compositions, Homework, and Websam activities: 60% Active participation/attendance, Oral Exam: 20%

6 Final Exam: 20% TOTAL: 100% Grading Scale: A D B F 59-0 C Exams: (4) Students will have the opportunity to demonstrate their ability and progress in the language on each exam. The skills areas of listening, reading, and writing will be tested on each exam along with grammar. The exam begins at the start of class time. Quizzes: Quizzes will be given on a regular basis. They may or may not be announced. The format of each quiz may carry. The information on the quizzes will range from prior information in the course to information from the homework due that day. There are NO make-ups for quizzes if you are absent or you arrive late and the quiz has already been given. Make-ups: NO makeup exams are permitted unless your professor has approved the makeup and the student can provide a verifiable documented excuse for the absence. Missed assignments are to be made up as soon as possible. Make-up tests will not be the same tests taken by the class; they will be more difficult in an effort to dissuade students from missing exams. Class work/ participation cannot be made up. Homework Assignments: Homework assignments are due the day indicated on the syllabus. Should you miss class, the assignment due the next class is listed on the course outline. Compositions: (2) All the compositions will be written in class without access to textbook, dictionary or personal notes. The topics are assigned in the textbook, and the student should prepare these narratives at home before the due dates. There will be no drafts.

7 Oral Exam: (1) There will be one Oral Exam at the end of the semester. It will be in pairs, and it will last between 7mn 10mn. It will include the material covered in 4 chapters. Specific instructions will be provided on time. Final Exam: The final exam, worth 20% of your final grade, will be comprehensive. ALL students, regardless of their average, MUST take the final exam. ( OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION Mid-term Progress Report: The mid-term grade in this course which will be issued on September 30, 2014, reflects approximately 30% of the entire course grade. Based on this grade, students may choose to withdraw from the course and receive a grade of "W." Students pursuing this option must fill out an official withdrawal form, available in the Office of the Registrar. The last day to withdraw and receive a W grade is Friday October 10, Academic Dishonesty: Any type of activity that is considered dishonest by reasonable standards may constitute academic misconduct. The most common forms of academic misconduct are cheating and plagiarism. All instances of academic dishonesty will result in a grade of zero for the work involved. All instances of academic dishonesty will be reported to the Office of Student Life/Judicial Affairs. Judicial procedures are described on page 14 of the Student Handbook: (Procedures for Adjudicating Alleged Academic Conduct Infractions) Disruption of the Learning Environment: Behavior which disrupts the teaching learning process during class activities will not be tolerated. While a variety of behaviors can be disruptive in a classroom setting, more serious examples include belligerent, abusive, profane, and/or threatening behavior. A student who fails to respond to reasonable faculty direction regarding classroom behavior and/or behavior while participating in classroom activities may be dismissed from class. A student who is dismissed is entitled to due process and will be afforded such rights as soon as possible following dismissal. If found in violation, a student may be administratively withdrawn and may receive a grade of WF. A more detailed description of examples of disruptive behavior and appeal procedures is provided at:

8 In-class Use of Student Notebook Computers: Student notebook computers will NOT be used in the classroom in this course. Computers will be required to access course materials and to communicate with your instructor. All required Websam activities will be completed outside the classroom. ***DISCLAIMER A syllabus is not a contract. The instructor reserves the right to alter the course requirements, the syllabus, and/or assignments based on new materials, class discussions, or other legitimate pedagogical objectives. Any changes will be discussed with the class. Students who miss the day changes are discussed are responsible for getting the notification from other students in that class. CALENDARIO Semana#1 Agosto 19 Introducción al curso / Repaso de expectativas y requisitos del curso Agosto 21 Lección 13 (Vocabulario/Fotonovela); Tareas: p. 443 #3, 4; p. 444 #5, 6; ACTIVIDADES DE WEBSAM Semana#2 Agosto 26 Lección 13 (El presente del subjuntivo) p ; Tarea: p.454 #1,2 Semana#3 Agosto 28 Lección 13 (El presente del subjuntivo con duda ) Tarea: p. 458 #1,2) ACTIVIDADES DE WEBSAM Septiembre 2 Lección 13(Subjuntivo con conjunciones; Inténtalo; Tarea: p. 462 #1, 2 ) Septiembre 4 Lección 13 Recapitulación; Panorama: Colombia Tarea: Estudien para el examen

9 Semana#4 Semana#5 Septiembre 9 Composicion una Septiembre 11 Examen #1: Lección 13 + Websam Septiembre 16 Lección 14 (Vocabulario/Fotonovela); Tareas: p. 478 #5; La cultura, p.484 Actividades Septiembre 18 Lección 14 (Cláusulas Adjetivales); Tarea p. 488 #1,2 Semana#6 Septiembre 23 Lección 14 (Cláusulas Adjetivales /Mandatos con nosotros); Tarea p. 491 #1,2 MIDPOINT grades reporting period Sept. 23- Oct.7 Septiembre 25 Lección 14 (Mandatos con nosotros/participios usados como adjetivos); Tarea p. 494 #1; Hoja de practica. Semana#7 Septiembre 30 Lección 14 (Recapitulación /Venezuela) p.496 y Octubre 2 Examen #2: Lección 14+ Websam Semana#8 Octubre 7 Lección15 (Vocabulario/Fotonovela) p. 512; Tarea p #3,4,5 Octubre 9 Lección 15 (Presente perfecto); Tarea p. 520 #1,2 Octubre 10 Last day to withdraw without and receive a W grade Semana#9 FALL BREAK OCTOBER 13-14

10 Octubre 16 Lección 15 (Pluscuamperfecto/Presente Perfecto del Subjuntivo) Tarea p. 526 #1,2. Hoja de practica Semana#10 Octubre 21 - Lección 15 (Más práctica con el Presente Perfecto del subjuntivo; Tarea: Hoja de practica Octubre 23 Lección 15 (Bolivia/Escritura pp. 532 y 538) Tarea: p. 539 qué aprendiste?) Semana#11 Octubre 28 Lección 15 (Recapitulación pp ) Tarea: Estudien para el examen Octubre 30 Examen de practica Semana#12 Noviembre 4 Examen #3: Lección 15 + Websam Noviembre 6 Lección 16 (Vocabulario/Fotonovela/Beneficios en los empleos) Tarea: p. 544 #5,6,7 Semana#13 Noviembre 11 Lección 16 (Futuro); Tarea: p. 554 #1,2. (Start thinking of your oral exam topic) Semana#14 Noviembre 13 Lección 16 (El Futuro Perfecto/El Imperfecto del Subjuntivo) Tarea: Hoja de practica. Noviembre 18 Lección 16 (Imperfecto del Subjuntivo); Tarea: p. 560 #1; Hoja de practica. Noviembre 20 Lección 16 (Recapitulación/Nicaragua/La República Dominicana; Tarea: Estudien para el examen 4

11 Semana#15 Noviembre 25 Examen #4: Lección 16 + Websam Thanksgiving Break (No hay clases del 26 al 29) Semana#16 Lunes Diciembre 2 Exámenes Orales/Repaso del examen final Diciembre 4 Exámenes Orales Diciembre 8 Last day to withdraw with a final grade of WF Diciembre 9-15 Final schedule Feliz Navidad y Próspero Año Nuevo!

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