SPN 215 Café de Tapas—Spanish Conversation and Culture

Offers Spanish language students the opportunity to enrich their classroom experience through interpersonal communication in Spanish and to advance in their oral fluency, listening comprehension, and understanding of Hispanic cultures. Students meet one hour per week to converse informally and entirely in Spanish and to discuss independent projects and journals, current events and media, film, music, art, literature, and more, with attendees from the college community. The course involves three off-campus excursions to various venues of Hispanic cultures, such as local Hispanic fairs/celebrations, museums, and restaurants. Additionally, students enrolled in the 200-level course may help those students enrolled in the 100-level course in collaborative learning projects. This course is graded on a Pass/Fail basis. Repeatable for credit.

Credits

1 credit

Prerequisite

Current or previous enrollment in SPN 201 or SPN 202 or permission of the instructor

Corequisite

Current or previous enrollment in SPAN 201 or 202 or permission of the instructor

Offered

Fall and Spring

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