SPAN102

Beginners Spanish II

Course type: Hybrid | A hybrid course may involve a combination of synchronous activities (done in “real time”) and asynchronous activities (done in one’s own time). The course will be delivered online.


SPAN 102 Beginners Spanish II, builds on the language skills acquired in Spanish 101, which is its prerequisite. The objective of the course is to involve students in personalized activities that require interactive communication, intercultural knowledge, and real-world engagement with course materials.  Participants will listen to, discuss, and write about common daily activities with reflexive constructions,  past events, commands and obligations, and more.  The course includes cultural activities and readings, grammatical explanations and tutorials, and small and large group interaction in class and through Collaborate Ultra.  The online materials and experiences provided in the Experiencias eTextbook and WileyPlus are intended to highlight cultural topics and grammatical structures, through an emphasis on students’ comprehension and aural and written skills.

Required text and Online Workbook:
Experiencias Beginner’s 9781119470977 (eText + WileyPlus)

Prerequisite: SPAN 101 or equivalent

Note:
Spanish 102 is a 3-credit course.  It is absolutely not recommended that students with Grade 11 Spanish take Spanish 102 without taking Spanish 101 first.

Language of instruction: Spanish and English

The sequence of Spanish language courses SPAN 101/102, 201/202, 301/302 is designed for non native speakers.

The Department of FHIS reserves the right to refuse enrollment to any of its language courses to a student who has, in the view of the Department, a level of competence unsuited to that course. Enrollment at or below the level the student has already attained is not permitted.


SPAN 102 Beginners Spanish II, builds on the language skills acquired in Spanish 101, which is its prerequisite. The objective of the course is to involve students in personalized activities that require interactive communication, intercultural knowledge, and real-world engagement with course materials.  Participants will listen to, discuss, and write about common daily activities with reflexive constructions,  past events, commands and obligations, and more.  The course includes cultural activities and readings, grammatical explanations and tutorials, and small and large group interaction in class and through Collaborate Ultra.  The online materials and experiences provided in the Experiencias eTextbook and WileyPlus are intended to highlight cultural topics and grammatical structures, through an emphasis on students’ comprehension and aural and written skills.

Required text and Online Workbook:

Experiencias Beginner’s 9781119470977 (eText + WileyPlus)

Prerequisite: SPAN 101 or equivalent

Note:
Spanish 102 is a 3-credit course.  It is absolutely not recommended that students with Grade 11 Spanish take Spanish 102 without taking Spanish 101 first.

Language of instruction: Spanish and English

The sequence of Spanish language courses SPAN 101/102, 201/202, 301/302 is designed for non native speakers.

The Department of FHIS reserves the right to refuse enrollment to any of its language courses to a student who has, in the view of the Department, a level of competence unsuited to that course. Enrollment at or below the level the student has already attained is not permitted.