SPAN 103 - Intermediate Spanish I
Third course in the four-semester program where students learn Spanish through real-world tasks. The purpose is to learn Spanish for use beyond the classroom in meaningful and authentic ways and at the Intermediate-low level of proficiency. Course Information: Extensive computer use required. Field work required. Class is taught in Spanish, at a level appropriate for the course; the main purpose is not grammar learning. Course includes: regular in-classroom interactions, substantial reading and listening tasks for homework, regular class presentations, and one exploratory visit to a Hispanic neighborhood in Chicago. One credit hour takes place online, plus homework. Prerequisite(s): SPAN 102; or appropriate score on the department placement test.
Summer 2020 information: Course conducted online on a synchronous schedule. Computer cameras must be on and working during course meetings. Participation is required! || Further development of communication skills in Spanish in a technology-enhanced course with a focus on more advanced grammar, including subjunctive. Exploration of cultures of the Spanish-speaking world. || Prerequisite(s): SPAN 102; or appropriate score on the department placement test.
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Undergraduate