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New Psyc Bldg 225 (36 Eagle Ro
CONTENT: Spanish 101 is a beginning-level integrated skills language course designed to promote basic communication in (and within) Hispanic communities and to heighten cultural awareness. The goals of this course include: 1) learning to use Spanish to communicate (through intensive interaction), primarily in speaking and listening, but also in reading and writing; 2) studying Hispanic cultures to be able to understand how culture affects language use.
TEXTS (required): Caycedo Garner, Rusch and Domínguez. 2008. ¡Claro que sí! 6th ed. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.
QUIA Book Key (part of bookstore package or available for purchase at http://books.quia.com/books/)
PARTICULARS: Evaluation is based on daily active participation, homework (that includes some short writing assignments), Quia ESAM (Electronic Student Activities Manual), and exams.
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