SPAN 2315 - Spanish for Heritage Speakers II
Prerequisites: SPAN 2311 or SPAN 2313 or Departmental approval
This one semester course focuses on the development of writing and oral communication skills, including practice in: 1) describing story characters, real persons, animals and natural phenomena; 2) summarizing facts and ideas; 3) giving oral information, instruction, directions, explanations and messages; 4) writing original compositions in Spanish and translating from English into Spanish; 5) reading and discussing well-known Spanish and Hispanic-American historical figures, writers, artists and musicians; 6) gaining a more advanced understanding of the Hispanic culture. The student is expected either to speak Spanish as a home language or to function at a similar level of proficiency in Spanish.
Semester Hours: (3-3-0)
CIP: 16.0905.52 13
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