SPAN101


Beginners' Spanish I

Spanish 101 introduces students to the fundamentals of the Spanish language while involving them in personalized activities that require interactive communication.  Students discuss and describe everyday activities within the context of common tasks and situations (the first day of classes, talking on the phone, looking for work, going to a party, weekend activities, etc.).  The course includes group interaction and grammatical explanations.

Evaluation is based on demonstrated proficiency in the use of pertinent vocabulary and basic structures by means of self-expression (oral and written) and functional translation. The course also attempts to promote cultural awareness.

Spanish 101 is a 3-credit course for beginners.  To receive credits for this course, students who enrol in it are presumed to have no previous knowledge of the language.

Required text and Online Workbook:
¿Cómo se dice...? UBC Custom Edition (10th ed.), with eSAM\iLrn online workbook, Jarvis, Heinle 2013.

Prerequisite: None

Language of Instruction: Spanish and English

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Beginners' Spanish I

Spanish 101 introduces students to the fundamentals of the Spanish language while involving them in personalized activities that require interactive communication.  Students discuss and describe everyday activities within the context of common tasks and situations (the first day of classes, talking on the phone, looking for work, going to a party, weekend activities, etc.).  The course includes group interaction and grammatical explanations.

Evaluation is based on demonstrated proficiency in the use of pertinent vocabulary and basic structures by means of self-expression (oral and written) and functional translation. The course also attempts to promote cultural awareness.

Spanish 101 is a 3-credit course for beginners.  To receive credits for this course, students who enrol in it are presumed to have no previous knowledge of the language.

Required text and Online Workbook:
¿Cómo se dice...? UBC Custom Edition (10th ed.), with eSAM\iLrn online workbook, Jarvis, Heinle 2013.

Prerequisite: None

Language of Instruction: Spanish and English

Course Registration