Intermediate Spanish Conversation Club A

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Course Description:
This 16-hour course is designed for individuals who can already communicate at an intermediate level of proficiency in the target language. Each week, the facilitator will highlight a different Spanish-speaking country with a subtopic selected by club participants. The first 60 to 90 minutes will be spent practicing high-level language functions related to the topic and subtopic of the class. Language functions may include: discussing; describing in the present/past/future; asking questions; hypothesizing with supporting reasons; debating; agreeing/disagreeing; expressing probability and possibility; researching and reporting information; expressing views, perspectives, preferences, and feelings; comparing and contrasting; identifying the pros and cons of a topic; expressing necessity; and proposing a course of action. The last portion of class will be dedicated to grammar instruction based on participants’ needs. Participants will practice the language in group and paired activities. Facilitation will include practice in all four language skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing.

Course Topics:
• Arts and music
• Culture and value systems
• Current events
• Education
• Entertainment
• Environmental issues
• Food and nutrition
• Healthcare
• Legal issues
• Literature
• Politics
• Professions and the workplace
• Science
• Social issues
• The economy

Prerequisite(s):
In order to register for this course, you must complete an oral evaluation which places you at this level.


Prerequisite(s)

  • Oral Evaluation


Course Sections

Course: CNG 6528-00
Term: 1617
Section Number: 3
Schedule Number: 20063
Instructor(s): Staff
Location: West Campus, West Campus Bldg 10 Rm 117
Dates: June 5 - July 24, 2017 (Mon., 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.)
Units: 1.6 CEUs
Contact Hours: 16 Contact Hours
Required Fees
   Open Enrollment Registration $160.00