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SPAN3101S

Beginning Spanish in Context

THIS COURSE TAUGHT AT MILLS CAMPUS

This course is designed to introduce students to the grammatical structures and vocabulary necessary to express personal meaning on basic topics (e.g. family, daily routines, and leisure time) and negotiate basic survival situations (making travel arrangements, ordering meals, and making purchases, etc.). Language topics and functions are integrated into activities that emphasize all four language skills (speaking, listening, reading, and writing), with special attention given to speaking and listening. Cultural knowledge that will build a deeper understanding of how Spanish-speaking peoples communicate will be integrated into the course content. This course meets two hours a day. (1 unit)

Required Text: Alicia Ramos & Robert L. Davis, Portafolio (McGraw Hill, 2009). This is a special package created for Middlebury College's Spanish School.
Subject:
Spanish
Department:
Spanish (& Portuguese UG)
Division:
Language School
Requirements Fulfilled:

Sections

Summer 2014

SPAN3101SA-L14 Lecture

Summer 2012

SPAN3101SA-L12 Lecture (Delgadillo)

Summer 2011

SPAN3101SA-L11 Lecture (Delgadillo)

Summer 2010

SPAN3101SA-L10 Lecture (Nava)