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SPAN-112 Intensive Advanced Spanish II
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. This course is the continuation of Intensive Advanced I and shares some of the same textbooks. Students continue to develop the four communicative skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing, with an emphasis on more difficult aspects of grammar and formal vocabulary. All materials included have been produced by native speakers for native speakers. Through the use of selected films, short stories, and a history textbook, the course will broaden the student's understanding of Latin American geography, history, culture, and current issues, including migration, democratization processes, political violence, and drug-trafficking (60% of the grade is depends on content).

    Credits: 5
    Prerequisites: SPAN-111 or Placement Test
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