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1 SPN 112 Fall COURSE SYLLABUS SECTION: CLASS TIME: CLASS LOCATION: INSTRUCTOR: OFFICE HOURS: OFFICE LOCATION: Course Description SPN 112: ElementarySpanish II An introduction to spoken and written Spanish, stressing pronunciation, speaking,comprehension, reading, and writing. Language laboratory supplements class work. Intended for students with a High School Regents score of All entering students who have not taken the Regents exam should take a placement exam to evaluate their proficiency. Please see https://llrc.stonybrook.edu/placement-exams for more information. Prerequisite: SPN credits Course Learning Objectives: SPN 112 is the second semester of a beginning level course. Upon completion, students will be able to engage in each of the following language skill areas: listening, speaking, reading and writing, using most of the verb tenses and modes of the Spanish language. In particular, students will be able to decipher and establish the temporal relations between events, and to reference a series of individuals or items by detailed description of their attributes or actions. Students will understand texts in a variety of topics and begin to understand and follow movie and video clips in the target language. By the end of the course, students will be able to acquire the following proficiencies: Listening Speaking Reading Writing Culture Students will be able to engage authentic materials as they are presented in news media and other standardized contexts such as public instruction and announcements. Obtain comprehension of prompts used inside or outside the classroom and in everyday activities where personal interaction with Spanish speakers occurs. The student will develop narrative capabilities using the preterit, the imperfect and the present perfect. Be able to express opinions and influence a third party using the subjunctive. Express emotions and speak of personal health. Advise and give commands on a variety of topics. Develop the ability to read magazine or online articles, and short narrative text. Comprehend simple informative texts on varied topics: history, politics, medicine and art. Draft texts of approximately 125 words on a variety of topics, both creative and informative. Compose informal correspondence. Become aware of the nuances of the diverse Hispanic and Latino populations through the study of history, geography, politics, art, customs, religious observances and culinary practices of Spain and Latin America. 1

2 COURSE REQUIREMENT TEXT: Elizabeth E. Guzmán, Paloma E Lapuerta, and Judith E. Liskin-Gasparro, UNIDOS Classroom Manual. First edition. Pearson. v The ISBN for the Classroom Manual + MySpanishLab access is MySpanishLab is mandatory. Students must have access to My Spanish Lab by the first week of classes, otherwise the student will not be able to complete the assignment portion of the course and 25% will be deducted from the final grade. SPN 112 Course is ONLY offered for those students who meet the following criteria: Took the Regents exam in High School and scored between Took the AVANT Placement test and scored more than 74 Took SPN 111 Course or a similar level course. IMPORTANT REMARKS: This course is not for students who took the Regents exam in High School and scored more than 85 This course is only for non-native speakers of Spanish. Students registered in this course have not taken and are not taking Spanish courses at the 200, 300 or 400 level. METHODOLOGY OF THE COURSE: This course adopts an interactive approach and is designed according to the flip teaching model where students are expected to learn outside of the classroom working with MySpanishLab on a daily basis in order to apply what they have learned in the communicative classroom. The student obligation is to come to class prepared to apply the material they have learned through MySpanishLab. The student, thus, is responsible for reading and studying the topic(s) that will be covered in the class session. Since the material builds on itself, students cannot just skip an assignment of MySpanishLab and assume they can catch-up in the classroom. Optimal participation involves using adequate Spanish for the level of the class you are taking (not only with the instructor, but also with classmates), voluntary participation in class activities, cooperation in group work and respect for classmates, the instructor and the course. Behavior that is not conducive to a productive learning environment will not be tolerated and disciplinary action at the appropriate administrative level will be sought accordingly. ATTENDANCE TO CLASS IS MANDATORY! CLASS ATTENDANCE: Attendance to class is mandatory, and it will be taken at the beginning of every class and lab period. Since this is a 4-credit course. each hour counts as one absence. As such, if a student is absent on the day when class and lab sessions are held and he or she misses both sessions the student will have accrued two absences. Likewise, if a student is present in class and absent for lab or vice-versa, he or she will have accrued one absence for that day. Courses with a class schedule that meets three days per week: For more than 4 absences B > B-; for more than 8 absences B > C+ ; for more than 12 absences B -> C Courses with a class schedule that meets two days per week: For more than 2 absences B > B-; for more than 4 absences B > C+ ; for more than 6 absences B -> C 2

3 Courses with a class schedule that meets three days per week: For more than 16 absences the student will not receive credit for the course, and the grade will result in an F. Courses with a class schedule that meets two days per week: For more than 8 absences the student will not receive credit for the course, and the grade will result in an F. Arriving to class more than 10 minutes late or departing from class more than 10 minutes early will count towards a missed class. Every 3 tardies or early departures count as one absence. NUMERICAL EVALUATION: 6% Active Class Participation ((The participation grade will be given twice during the semester, once in the week of the Mid term and again in the last week of classes). 18% 3 quizzes (20% of the 1 st quiz is based on an interview to test the students Spanish-speaking Proficiency) 25% Homework (MySpanishLab: Late homework will not be accepted) 24% Midterm exam (It will be divided into two parts: a written part 80 points and an oral part worth 20 Points) 27% Final exam (It will be divided into two parts: a written part 80 points and an oral part with 20 points) Date of final exam: SUNY at Stony Brook Grade System: A = B = C = D = A- = B- = C- = F = 0-59 B+ = C+ = D+ = General Remarks: There will be no make-ups for quizzes or exams, unless you have a written medical reason or other documented excuse. The documentation must be turned in on the first day of your return to class; otherwise they will not be valid. Be advised: It is not allowed to have an Incomplete Grade in this course. If you have a C- or less please see the Instructor during office hours. If you need to graduate DO NOT WAIT until the last day of class to seek help. Oral evaluations: There will be two oral presentations. One will be given during the midterm week (this will count as part of the midterm exam) and the second oral presentation during the final weeks of the semester (this will count as part of the final exam). It will be conducted in Spanish and cannot be read. The purpose of the oral presentation is NOT to memorize or read from a prepared script, but rather to engage in a fluid and spontaneous conversation. Your instructor will provide further details about the content and coordination of partners when it is appropriate. No reading and no copy of the script or notes are permitted during the presentation. Remember: Reading a text is absolutely NOT ACCEPTED. Points will be deducted if it becomes evident that the dialogue has been memorized. Students are NOT allowed to refer to any notes during the presentation. CLASSROOM PROTOCOL: Each student is expected to exhibit classroom behavior that is conducive not disruptive to the learning environment. The following guidelines must be observed at all times: Participate when appropriate Do not leave the classroom during instruction without first informing me Do not leave the class before the end of class Do not pack before the end of class Be respectful to the instructor and the other students Do not work on other classes homework in class Do not chat with other students during class TURN OFF ALL CELL PHONES BEFORE ENTERING THE CLASSROOM. * If at any time you feel that you need any kind of help, please come to my office immediately. 3

4 SPANISH TUTORIAL and WRITING CENTER: The Spanish Tutorial and Writing Center En español provides free, individual help with Spanish grammar to students enrolled in language, grammar and literature courses. You are encouraged to go there for help: The Center is located at the Melville Library, room N3065, and will be open as follows: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Wednesday: 11:00-1:00 & 2:00-4:00 pm CAFÉ LATINO The department will hold a weekly conversation workshop Wednesdays from 4 to 5 pm, starting the third week of classes. This is an informal group where you will have a chance to practice Spanish in a relaxed setting. Feel free to stop by for the full hour or as long as you can. UNIVERSITY POLITICES AND PROCEDURES: DISABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES (DSS) STATEMENT If you have a physical, psychological, medical, or learning disability that may impact your course work, please contact Disability Support Services (631) or They will determine with you what accommodations are necessary and appropriate. All information and documentation is confidential. Students who require assistance during emergency evacuation are encouraged to discuss their needs with their professors and Disability Support Services. For procedures and information go to the following website: ACADEMIC INTEGRITY STATEMENT (as approved by the undergrad council): Each student must pursue his or her academic goals honestly and be personally accountable for all submitted work. Representing another person's work as your own is always wrong. Faculty are required to report any suspected instance of academic dishonesty to the Academic Judiciary. For more comprehensive information on academic integrity, including categories of academic dishonesty, please refer to the academic judiciary website at CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT (as approved by the undergrad council): Stony Brook University expects students to respect the rights, privileges, and property of other people. Faculty are required to report to the Office of Judicial Affairs any disruptive behavior that interrupts their ability to teach, compromises the safety of the learning environment, and/or inhibits students' ability to learn. As stated in the University Student Conduct Code, "No student shall obstruct or disrupt any educational, research, administrative, social or recreational activity of the University; nor shall any student create a nuisance to members or guests of the University community" (Article IIA, 8, p. 8, in the Code). Students involved in such conduct are subject to disciplinary action. Disruptive behavior is that which persistently or grossly interferes with academic or administrative activities. Such behavior actively inhibits students' ability to learn, instructors' ability to teach, or the regular operation of the campus. Occasionally, disruptive behavior may even threaten or endanger the physical or psychological health, safety, or welfare of others. Stony Brook University expects students to maintain standards of personal integrity that are in harmony with the educational goals of the institution; to observe national, state, and local laws and University regulations; and to respect the rights, privileges, and property of other people.. While the University is a place where the free exchange of ideas and concepts allows for debate and disagreement, all classroom behavior and discourse should reflect the values of respect and civility. Both students and the course instructors share the responsibility to maintain an appropriate learning environment that reflects these values. Students have both the right to learn and the responsibility to participate in and respect the learning process. The Department of Hispanic Languages and Literature will report any cases of academic dishonesty to the Academic Judiciary Committee. This will result in the grade of Q on the student s transcript, which cannot be removed until the student takes and passes a seminar on Academic Dishonesty. Academic dishonesty includes plagiarism (copying someone else s ideas/words without citing them), cheating-during exams, quizzes, copying homework, and all other types. 4

5 SPN 112 Otoño 2013 PROGRAMA DE TRABAJO SEMANAS CAPITULOS EXÅMENES / Tareas Agosto 26 Introduction to the course Objectives and expectations Capítulo 7 Septiembre 4 Capítulo 7 Septiembre 9 Continuación Capítulo 7 Septiembre 16 Capítulo 8 QUIZ #1( Capítulo 7 ) Septiembre 23 Continuación Capítulo 8 Septiembre 30 Capítulo 9 QUIZ #2 ( Capítulo 8) Octubre 7 Continuación Capítulo 9 Octubre 14 MID TERM (Capítulo 7 al Capítulo 9) Octubre 21 Capítulo 10 Planeación Exámenes Orales/Individuales. Octubre 28 Continuación Capítulo 10 Noviembre 4 Capítulo 11 Noviembre 11 Continuación Capítulo 11 Noviembre 18 Capítulo 12 QUIZ # 3 (Capítulos 10 y 11) Noviembre 25 Continuación Capítulo 12 Inicio de Evaluación Oral Por parejas Diciembre 2 y 9 Revisión * Examen Final: DIA y HORA *Make sure you don t have a conflict with this exam period. There will be NO MAKE UPS 5

6 Primer día de clases: Agosto 26 o Agosto 27 Bienvenidos a Unidos SPN 112 CURSO OTOñO 2013 PROGRAMA DE TRABAJO *Introduction to the course Understand class objectives Introduce yourself *Objectives and expectations *Introductions and presentations *Learn expressions used in greetings and leavetaking Cultura Interactiva: Personas que hablan español Learn more about the Spanishspeaking world Introduce yourself for your next CLASS!! Capítulo 7 Cultura Interactiva: Argentina, Uruguay y Chile Práctica comunicativa: : GRAMATICA EN 1. Talking about the past: Preterit tense of regular verbs (review see Cap. 6) Learning Module: VOCABULARIO EN 1. Los deportes 2. El tiempo y las estaciones 3. Qué pasó ayer? CAPITULO 7 Semana de Apertura del Capítulo Compare the ranching and fishing industries in Agosto 28 Agosto 30 Cultura Interactiva: Argentina, Uruguay y Argentina, Uruguay and Chile with those in your Chile own country about key industries in Argentina, Uruguay and Chile to what you already know *Learn new vocabulary related to sports, physical activities and weather conditions * Learn new vocabulary related to sports and weather conditions Práctica comunicativa: VOCABULARIO EN 1. Los deportes 2. El tiempo y las estaciones 3. Qué pasó ayer? Talk about sports and the weather Talk about sports and weather conditions Talk about past events Capítulo 7 Cultura Interactiva: Argentina, Uruguay y Chile Learning Module: GRAMATICA EN 1. Talking about the past: Preterit of reflexive verbs 2. Talking about the past: Preterit of er and ir verbs whose stem ends in a vowel 3. Talking about the past: Preterit of stem-changing ir verbs Semana del 4 de Septiembre about key industries in Argentina, Uruguay and Continuación CAPITULO 7 Cultura Interactiva: Argentina, Uruguay y Chile Compare the ranching and fishing industries in Argentina, Uruguay and Chile with those in your own country 6

7 Chile to what you already know Learn the preterit forms of er and ir verbs whose stem ends in a vowel * Learn the preterit forms of stem-changing ir verbs Práctica comunicativa: GRAMATICA EN 1. Talking about the past: Preterit of reflexive verbs 2. Talking about the past: Preterit of er and ir verbs whose stem ends in a vowel 3. Talking about the past: Preterit of stem-changing ir verbs Talk about events in the past Emphasize and clarify information Continuación Capítulo 7 Cultura Interactiva: Argentina, Uruguay y Chile Learning Module: GRAMATICA EN 1. Emphasizing or clarifying information: Pronouns after prepositions 2. Talking about the past: Some irregular preterits Learning Module: Enfoque cultural Semana del 9 de Septiembre Continuación Capítulo 7 Talk about events in the past Differentiate facts from opinion *Use pronouns mi and ti after prepositions *Learn some irregular preterit forms *Predict and guess content *Use supporting details Práctica comunicativa: GRAMATICA EN 1. Emphasizing or clarifying information: Pronouns after prepositions 2. Talking about the past: Some irregular preterits Focus on key information to report what was said Predict and guess content about key industries in Argentina, Uruguay and Chile to what you already know Unidos Skills Section: Escucha y Habla Práctica comunicativa: Enfoque cultural Use supporting details Compare the ranching and fishing industries in Argentina, Uruguay and Chile with those of your own country Capítulo 8 Cultura Interactiva: México. Learning Module: VOCABULARIO EN 1. Las fiestas y las tradiciones. 2. Otras celebraciones. 3. Las invitaciones. Learning Module: GRAMATICA EN 1. Expressing ongoing actions and describing in the past: The imperfect. A ESTUDIAR y PREPARARSE (to be ready) QUIZ #1 DIA: (TBA for your instructor) Semana del 16 de Septiembre CAPITULO 8 Talk about a Mexican celebration * Connect new information Cultura Interactiva: México. about Mexico to what you Práctica comunicativa: VOCABULARIO EN Discuss situations and celebrations Talk about celebrations and situations 7

8 already know Learn new vocabulary related to holidays, traditions and celebrations Learn new vocabulary related to celebrations and invitations Learn the forms of the imperfect and its use 1. Las fiestas y las tradiciones. 2. Otras celebraciones. 3. Las inivitaciones. Práctica comunicativa: GRAMATICA EN 1. Expressing ongoing actions and describing in the pasts: The imperfect. Describe conditions and express ongoing actions in the past Continuación Capítulo 8 Learning Module: GRAMATICA EN 1. Narrating in the past: The preterit and the imperfect. 2. Comparing people and things: Comparisons of inequality. 3. Comparing people and things: Comparisons of equality. 4. Comparing people and things: The superlative. Learning Module: Enfoque cultural Semana del 23 de Septiembre * Learn to distinguish between the imperfect and the preterit *Learn to use comparative expressions *Learn to use comparative and superlative expressions *Make inferences *Select and sequence details to write effective narratives about Mexico to what you already know Continuación CAPITULO 8 Práctica comunicativa: GRAMATICA EN 1. Narrating in the past: The preterit and the imperfect. 2. Comparing people and things: Comparisons of inequality. 3. Comparing people and things: Comparisons of equality. 4. Comparing people and things: The superlative Unidos Skills Section: Escucha y Habla Práctica comunicativa: Enfoque cultural Tell stories about past events Compare people and things Compare people and things Draw conclusions based on what you know. Conduct and interview Make inferences Select and sequence details to write effective narratives Talk about a Mexican celebration Capítulo 9 Cultura Interactiva: Guatemala. Learning Module: : VOCABULARIO EN 1. El trabajo. 2. Los oficios y las profesiones. 3. Buscando trabajo. Learning Module: GRAMATICA EN 1. Avoiding repetition: Review of direct and indirect object pronouns. A ESTUDIAR y PREPARARSE QUIZ #2 DIA: (TBA for your instructor) 8

9 Semana del 30 de Septiembre * Connect new information about history and work in Guatemala with what you already know *Learn new vocabulary related to the workplace and professions Learn new vocabulary related to employment CAPITULO 9 Apertura del Capítulo Cultura Interactiva: Guatemala. Práctica comunicativa: VOCABULARIO EN 1. El trabajo. 2. Los oficios y las profesiones. 3. Buscando trabajo. Práctica comunicativa: GRAMATICA EN 1. Avoiding repetition: Review of direct and indirect object pronouns. Compare demographic and economic changes in Guatemala and in the United States Talk about careers and employment Talk about careers and employment Avoid repetition Avoid repetition Learn to use pronouns for direct and indirect objects Continuación CAPITULO 9 Learning Module: GRAMATICA EN 1. Talking about the past: More on the imperfect and the preterit. 2. Giving instructions or suggestions: Formal commands. Learning Module: Enfoque cultural Semana del 7 de Octubre *Learn to distinguish the meaning of verbs like conocer, poder and querer in the preterit and the imperfect. *Learn to form commands to give instructions to a group and to a person you address as usted *Organize textual information into categories about history and work in Guatemala to what you already know Continuación CAPITULO 9 Práctica comunicativa: GRAMATICA EN 1. Talking about the past: More on the imperfect and the preterit. 2. Giving instructions or suggestions: Formal commands Unidos Skills Section: Escucha y Habla Práctica comunicativa: Enfoque cultural Describe past events in more detail Give instructions and suggestions Use contextual guessing Gather information strategically to express a decision Organize textual information into categories Focus on purpose, content and audience Compare demographic and economic changes in Guatemala and in the United States (Week of October 21) Capítulo 10 Cultura Interactiva: Ecuador. Learning Module: VOCABULARIO EN 1. Los productos y las recetas. 2. En el supermercado. 3. La mesa. Learning Module: GRAMATICA EN 1. Stating impersonal information: Se + verb constructions 9

10 SEMANA DE OCTUBRE 14 : MID TERM EXAM Semana del 21 de Octubre CAPITULO 10 * Connect new information about the cultural and geographic diversity of Ecuador and its impact on food production to what you already know *Learn new vocabulary to discuss food and food related activities Chapter opener Cultura Interactiva: Ecuador. Práctica comunicativa: VOCABULARIO EN 1. Los productos y las recetas. 2. En el supermercado. 3. La mesa. Present information, concepts and ideas about food and public health in Ecuador and other Latin American countries Talk about ingredients, recipes and meals Talk about ingredients, recipes and meals. State impersonal information *Learn new vocabulary related to meals *Learn to use se + verb Práctica comunicativa: GRAMATICA EN 1. Stating impersonal information: Se + verb constructions. Continuación CAPITULO 10 Learning Module: : GRAMATICA EN 1. Talking about the recent past: Present perfect and participles used as adjectives. 2. Giving instructions in informal settings: Informal commands. 3. Talking about the future: The future tense. Semana del 28 de Octubre Continuación CAPITULO 10 *Learn to use the present perfect *Learn to use commands * Learn to form the future *Learn new words by analyzing their connections with known words *Summarize information about the cultural and geographic diversity of Ecuador and its impact on food production to what you already know Práctica comunicativa: : GRAMATICA EN 1. Avoiding repetition: Talking about the recent past: Present perfect and participles used as adjectives. 2. Talking about the past: Giving commands in informal settings: Informal commands Talking about the future: The future tense. Unidos Skills Section: Escucha y Habla Práctica comunicativa: Enfoque cultural Talk about the recent past Give instructions in informal settings Talk about the future Record relevant detail Give and defend reasons for a decision Learn new words by analyzing their connections to known words Summarize information Present information, concepts and ideas about food and public health in Ecuador and other Latin American countries 10

11 CAPITULO 11 Cultura Interactiva: Cuba, República Dominicana y Puerto Rico. Learning Module: VOCABULARIO EN 1. Médicos, farmacias y hospitales. 2. Las partes del cuerpo. 3. La salud. Learning Module: : GRAMATICA EN 1. Expressing expectations and hopes: Introduction to the present subjunctive Semana del 4 de Noviembre CAPITULO 11 * Connect information about Cuba, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico to what you already know *Learn new vocabulary related to health medical care and the body *Learn new vocabulary related to health *Learn forms and some functions of the present subjunctive Apertura del Capítulo Cultura Interactiva: Cuba, República Dominicana y Puerto Rico. Práctica comunicativa: VOCABULARIO EN 1. Médicos, farmacias y hospitales. 2. Las partes del cuerpo 3. La salud. Práctica comunicativa: GRAMATICA EN 1. Expressing expectations and hopes: Introduction to the present subjunctive. Present information about music and dance traditions in Cuba, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico Discuss health and medical treatments Discuss health and medical treatments Express expectations and hopes Continuación CAPITULO 11 Learning Module. GRAMATICA EN : 1. Expressing emotions, opinions, and attitudes: The subjunctive with expressions of emotion. 2. Expressing goals, purposes, and means: Uses of por and para. Unidos Skills Section: Lee and Escribe Learning Module: Enfoque cultural Semana del 11 de Continuación CAPITULO 11 Noviembre * Learn forms and some functions of the present subjunctive * Learn to distinguish between por and para *Focus on relevant information *Persuade through suggestions and advice *Connect information about Práctica comunicativa: : GRAMATICA EN 1. Expressing emotions, opinions, and attitudes: The subjunctive with expressions of emotion. 2. Expressing goals, purposes, and means: Uses of por and para. Unidos Skills Section:Escucha and Habla Unidos Skills Section:Lee and Escribe Describe emotions, opinions, and wishes Express goals, purposes, and means Listen for the main idea Select appropriate phrases to offer opinions Focus on relevant information Persuade through suggestions and advice 11

12 Cuba, the Dominican Republic Práctica comunicativa:enfoque cultural and Puerto Rico to what you Present information about music and dance already know traditions in Cuba, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico CAPITULO 12 Cultura Interactiva: Panamá y Costa Rica. Learning Module: VOCABULARIO EN 1. Los medios de transporte. 2. El alojamiento y las reservaciones. 3. Viajando en coche. Learning Module: GRAMATICA EN 1. Expressing possession: Possessive pronouns A ESTUDIAR y PREPARARSE QUIZ #3 DIA: (TBA for your instructor) Semana del 18 de CAPITULO 12 Noviembre about Panama and Costa to what you already know *Learn new vocabulary related to travel and transportation *Learn new vocabulary related to travel and transportation Apertura del Capítulo Cultura Interactiva: Panamá y Costa Rica. Práctica comunicativa: VOCABULARIO EN 1. Los medios de transporte. 2. El alojamiento y las reservaciones 3. Viajando en coche. Práctica comunicativa: GRAMATICA EN 1. Expressing possession: Possessive pronouns. Talk about the social and economic impact of the Panama Canal Talk about travel arrangements and preferences Talk about travel arrangements and preferences Express possession and clarify what belongs to you and what belongs to others *Learn to use possessive pronouns Continuación CAPITULO 12 Learning Module: GRAMATICA EN 1. Expressing affirmation and negation: Affirmative and negative expressions. 2. Expressing doubt and uncertaintly: Subjunctive with expressions of doubt. 3. Talking about the past: Review of the preterit and the imperfect. Unidos Skills Section: Lee and Escribe Learning Module:Enfoque cultural Continuación CAPITULO 12 Semana del 25 de Noviembre y Diciembre 2 * Learn affirmative and negative expressions *Learn to use the subjunctive to express doubt *Learn to talk about past events using the preterit and the imperfect *Focus on logical relationships *Use facts to support a point of view Práctica comunicativa: : GRAMATICA EN 1. Expressing doubt and uncertainty: Subjunctive with expressions of doubt. 2. Talking about the past: Review of the preterit and the imperfect. Unidos Skills Section: Escucha y Habla Práctica comunicativa: Enfoque cultural Express affirmation and negation Express doubt and uncertainty Talk about past travel experiences Use background knowledge to support comprehension Engage and maintain the interest of your listeners Focus on logical relationships 12

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