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Strategies In Spanish Oral Communication (SPA-310)

Semester: Fall 2020
Number: 0172-310-001
Instructor: Ines Archer
Days: Monday Wednesday Friday 11:00 am - 11:50 am
Note: Online, Synchronous
Location: Online
Credits: 3

At Least 12 Credits In Spanish Courses Required For Themajor

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Students develop competence in a variety of informal and formal modes of oral expression, including group interaction, dramatic playacting, debating, declaiming, etc., with emphasis on appropriate pronunciation and vocabulary. (Learning Goals:CO)

Learning Goals:   The student will learn new vocabulary, make connection between vocabulary and culture, and improve in listening, speaking and reading proficiency to appropriate levels, according to the ACTFL guidelines listed below. Communication is the clear, coherent interchange of ideas with a particular purpose and audience, using written,oral and/or electronic means. The development of students' communication skills will be implicit, explicit and essential component of instruction and practice in this course, as students communicate in oral class discussion in the target language.

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