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PGSE3401

Advanced Portuguese II

Students enrolling in this sequence will have a basic mastery of Portuguese after usually the equivalent to two years of study, and will have a proficiency level of at least "Advanced-low," according to the ACTFL proficiency guidelines. In this sequence, students will continue their linguistic development through the study of specific cultural aspects that enable them to increase vocabulary, as well as language proficiency while learning more about the Lusophone world. Classes are designed to enable students to practice written and oral language addressing different registers, and they will also explore literary texts in depth. Most students who successfully complete this sequence will typically develop skills at the “Advanced-High” and, occasionally, they might achieve the “Superior” level of proficiency.

Basic bibliography: Cereja, William, Cochar, Thereza. 2010. Gramática Reflexiva. São Paulo: Editora Atual.
Vários autores. 2010. Contos Africanos dos países de língua portuguesa. São Paulo: Ática.
Subject:
Portuguese
Department:
Portuguese (LS)
Division:
Language School
Requirements Fulfilled:

Sections

Summer 2014

PGSE3401A-L14 Lecture

Summer 2013

PGSE3401A-L13 Lecture (Silveira)

Summer 2012

PGSE3401A-L12 Lecture (Flannery)

Summer 2011

PGSE3401A-L11 Lecture (Flannery)

Summer 2009

PGSE3401A-L09 Lecture (Simoes)

Summer 2008

PGSE3401A-L08 Lecture (Ladeira)

Summer 2007

PGSE3401A-L07 Lecture (Simoes)

Summer 2006

PGSE3401A-L06 Lecture (Pires, Tesser)

Summer 2005

PGSE3401A-L05 Lecture (Pires)

Summer 2004

PGSE3401A-L04 Lecture (Tesser)