Spanish for Heritage Speakers|
Fall 2018 not offered
This course is designed to meet the specific needs of students who are heritage speakers of Spanish to increase their language skills and confidence. Students who take this course must have placed into SPAN112 or above. Emphasis is placed on the following: development of linguistic strategies that advance students' written and oral expression beyond the colloquial level, grammatical and orthographic norms of Spanish, critical reading (reading for understanding and analyzing what is read), and expansion of vocabulary. The linguistic work will be conducted through course materials that explore, through a variety of literary and nonliterary texts, the use of Spanish in the U.S. Materials include a textbook or manual and topics related to the experience of Spanish speakers in the U.S.
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Carreira & Geoffrion-Vinci, ˇSí se puede!, Houghton Mifflin, 2008.
Activities & reading package.
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Three hours a week with instructor and one hour in smaller groups for conversation.
Frequent written and oral assignments and evaluation. Attendance required.
|Additional Requirements and/or Comments: |
Entrance to this course can occur through the Wesleyan Online Placement into SPAN112, AP score of 4 or higher, or by interview with instructor. All interested students are advised to contact instructor as soon as possible.