SPAN-102 Advanced Spanish II: Latin America in Context
This course further develops the content presented in SPAN-101 and offers a global perspective on four main topics (migration, drug trafficking, democratic transitions, and political violence) contextualized in four specific regions in Latin America (Argentina, Mexico, Cuba, Colombia). Through extensive and intensive exposure to real written and oral language, students will acquire key vocabulary and the language that characterizes formal genres. Explicit practice of morphosyntax to develop accuracy beyond fluency is key and assumes knowledge of those structures covered in SPAN-101, including the subjunctive, copula, and tense/aspect distinctions.
Prerequisites: SPAN-101 or Placement Test
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Spring '14: Sanz, C. (description)
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