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PGSE3101

Beginning Portuguese

This course sequence is designed for students with no previous classroom instruction or functional ability in Portuguese, and little or no previous experience in another Romance Language. Students are exposed to intensive grammar instruction to develop their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Most students completing this course sequence will be able to initiate, sustain, and close a conversation dealing with familiar topics, and will be able to write short narratives and read authentic texts based on specific reading strategies. Based on data gathered during the previous Portuguese School summers, the majority of students completing this level achieved Intermediate levels in the final oral assessment.

Basic bibliography: Pastreau, C. et al. Ponto de Encontro: Portuguese as a World Language. 2nd. Edition, Prentice Hall, 2012.

Set with Textbook, SAM, answer key, and Portuguese-English dictionary. SAM and answer key may be Brazilian Port. or European Port., depending on the variant student wants to emphasize.
Subject:
Portuguese
Department:
Portuguese (LS)
Division:
Language School
Requirements Fulfilled:

Sections

Summer 2014 Language Schools

PGSE3101A-L14 Lecture (Oliveira)
PGSE3101B-L14 Lecture (Silveira)

Summer 2013

PGSE3101A-L13 Lecture (Silveira)

Summer 2012

PGSE3101A-L12 Lecture (Silveira)

Summer 2011

PGSE3101A-L11 Lecture (Mariano)

Summer 2010

PGSE3101A-L10 Lecture (Ladeira)

Summer 2009

PGSE3101A-L09 Lecture (Ladeira)

Summer 2008

PGSE3101A-L08 Lecture (Alvahydo)

Summer 2007

PGSE3101A-L07 Lecture (Martin, Vasconcelos)

Summer 2006

PGSE3101A-L06 Lecture (Cruz)

Summer 2005

PGSE3101A-L05 Lecture (Cruz)

Summer 2004

PGSE3101A-L04 Lecture (Namorato, Santos)