Spanish 202 - Intermediate Spanish II - Dr. Claudia Acosta
|Course:||Intermediate Spanish II|
|Professor:||Dr. Claudia Acosta|
¡Hola! I am excited to facilitate your learning experience this term. I trust that you will find Spanish language and culture fascinating and highly enriching. Most students do well in my courses because they are focused and determined to complete the accelerated course. 3 things to keep in mind: 1- Get started with your weekly assignments from the first day; 2- Set aside time to review communicative functions (practice), and 3- Maintain good communication with instructor.
Spanish 202 studies Spanish within its rich and relevant cultural contexts. Presents more advanced grammatical structures and syntax at the intermediate high level, emphasizing linguistic and cultural proficiency using cultural and literary materials. It emphasizes practical and idiomatic usage as well as analyzing essays, poems, and short stories in Spanish by famous authors from the Spanish- speaking world. Prerequisite: Span 201 or equivalent. Taught in Spanish. 5 Credits. UC, CSU.
What to Expect in this Course
Online asynchronous course, except for weekly class meeting listed in the schedule and oral assessments conducted via Zoom. The content is delivered in 8 modules requiring weekly completion both in Canvas and MindTap (language platform for your Ebook). Due to the accelerated nature of the course, there no make-up. Students are expected academically to be engaged in the course and completing activities.
Types of Assessments
Weekly chapter quizzes and exams are online. Oral exams are via Zoom. There is a midterm and final exam.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
Textbook Title: Exploraciones: Curso Intermedio
ZTC. No cost to students.
Other Relevant Course Information
Computer with internet access. Make sure your microphone is working properly. Voice recording activities are an essential part of this course. Observation: Tablets, apps, and other mobile devices can be used to view or read content, and to complete some assignments, however there is required work that can only be performed on a computer.
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Last updated: 10/25/2021 Sub#: 1018