Listed in: Spanish, as SPAN-110
Formerly listed as: SPAN-01
Elena Aldea Agudo (Section 01)
Marcelo Cifuentes (Sections 02 and 03)
Victoria Maillo (Sections 01, 02 and 03)
Jayne E. Reino (Sections 01, 02 and 03)
Maria E. Twardy (Sections 02 and 03)
SPAN 110 is an introduction to Spanish and Spanish American cultures. This course is recommended for students who have either no previous training in Spanish or no more than two years of high school Spanish. It gives the student a basic understanding of and ability to use the language. Grammar is used as a point of departure for development of oral and written skills.
This course strives to teach students to understand sentences and common expressions and to communicate in simple terms simple aspects of their background (e.g., very basic personal and family information), the immediate environment (shopping, local geography, employment), and matters of immediate need. Three hours a week with the lecturer, plus two hours with a teaching assistant. For students without previous training in Spanish. This course prepares students for SPAN 120.
Limited to 15 students per section. Fall semester: Lecturers Aldea-Agudo, Twardy and Assistants. Spring semester: Lecturer Aldea-Agudo and Assistants.
If Overenrolled: Priority will be given to underclass students.