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SPAN-111 Intensive Advanced Spanish I
Faculty:
  • Sanz, Cristina
  • Like the other three courses in the Intensive Program, the course has been designed for highly motivated students who seek daily contact with the language. The course assumes prior knowledge of basic vocabulary and grammar, and places a special emphasis on mastery of some of the more difficult aspects of grammar, as well as on more formal vocabulary. All materials included have been produced by native speakers for native speakers. Through the use of selected films (-subtitles), short stories, and a history textbook, the course will broaden the student's understanding of Peninsular geography, history, culture, and current issues, including migration, the transition form dictatorship to democracy, and terrorism ( 60% of the grade depends on content).

    Credits: 5
    Prerequisites: SPAN-032 or Placement Test
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