This course focuses on strengthening students’ communicative skills in all four language areas—listening, speaking, reading and writing—as well as developing greater cultural awareness. A variety of media including films, documentaries, web-based resources, songs, articles, and literary selections are used to build vocabulary, enhance listening skills, stimulate discussion, improve grammar, achieve greater linguistic proficiency, and make connections with a variety of Hispanic cultures. This class is conducted entirely in Spanish and all students are expected to actively participate in class activities.
Mod 1: Social organization and experiences
Mod 2: Identities and human ingenuity
Mod 3: How we share the planet (intermediate speaking proficiency skills)
Min-Max Credit Hours: 1.0-3.0