Summer 2022 - SPAN 110 B100
Introductory Spanish II (3)
Class Number: 4698
Delivery Method: In Person
Follows SPAN 100. Continues introduction to Spanish for students who have developed the necessary foundations from SPAN 100. Emphasis is on oral skills and grammar while continuing to develop reading and writing proficiency. Practical and situational materials are employed to underline the ties between language and culture. By the end of the term, students will be able to communicate in Spanish using a wide range of grammatical structures and vocabulary. (A2 level of CEFR) Students with credit for SPAN 103 may not take this course for further credit.
This course is the second half of first year Spanish (A2 level of CEFR). As in Spanish 100, the emphasis continues to be on oral skills and grammar while further developing reading and writing skills. Spanish 110 covers different verb tenses, commands, vocabulary, idiomatic expressions and cultural readings. By the end of the semester students will be able to communicate using a wide range of grammar structures and vocabulary.
This course is a blended course in that a major part of student learning and work takes place outside of the physical classroom. The following briefly details the two major components: online and in-class Lab activities.
- Independent learning & communicative online activities. Students are responsible for exploring, learning and practicing key concepts (grammar and vocabulary) assigned in each lesson. There are vocabulary, grammar, writing and communicative activities assigned for each lesson. These activities are both graded and credit/no credit.
- TUT-sessions. In class students practice communicative activities, are exposed to native speaking, build their speaking skills and improve their confidence in using the language. A brief time is also dedicated to quickly review pronunciation and grammatical concepts when needed. Classroom meetings work as workshops in which students will have the opportunity to use the language in meaningful activities and interactions.
* Students should also expect to spend approximately six to eight weekly hours working on online activities and tutorials.
ON-CAMPUS: Section B101-TUT will be held on campus two hours once per week.
STUDENT SUITABILITY FOR THIS COURSE: If you are unsure about your language level, please contact the Course Chair to arrange a language evalaution: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Lesson quizzes (6) 30%
- Oral exam 10%
- Online homework (Supersite) 25%
- Class participation 25%
- Final assignment 10%
96-100 = A+ 83-86 = B+ 70-74 = C+ 50-58 = D
91-95 = A 79-82 = B 65-69 = C 0-49 = F
87-90 = A- 75-78 = B- 59-64 = C-
Vistas, 6th edition. Blanco/Donley (Vista Higher Learning). Lessons 6-11
Online bundle includes Vistas vText (online book), WebSAM and Vista Supersite Plus.
The instructor will contact students to provide information regarding how to attain the textbook.
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TEACHING AT SFU IN SUMMER 2022
Teaching at SFU in summer 2022 will involve primarily in-person instruction. Some courses may be offered through alternative methods (remote, online, blended), and if so, this will be clearly identified in the schedule of classes.
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Students with hidden or visible disabilities who may need class or exam accommodations, including in the context of remote learning, are advised to register with the SFU Centre for Accessible Learning (email@example.com or 778-782-3112) as early as possible in order to prepare for the summer 2022 term.