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SPAN-161 Oral Review: Contemporary Hispanic Cultures (SFS Students Only)
Faculty:
  • Sanz, Cristina
  • This course is the culmination of the socio-political and linguistic contents covered in SPAN-101 and SPAN-102. The pedagogical goal of the course is to prepare students for the Oral Proficiency Exam. Consequently, it aims at developing formal communicative skills through a variety of task-based activities, including oral presentations, debates, role-play, panels, and round-table discussions. Hispanic films and readings on current events in Spain and Latin America serve as springboards for the oral activities.
    Credits: 3
    Prerequisites: SPAN-102 or Placement Test
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