Spanish I concentrates on understanding and mastering basic sound patterns and meaningful vocabulary and grammar to prepare the learner to use the language appropriately in a variety of situation. The skill of listening, speaking, reading and writing are all emphasized to develop abilities in oral and written expression. This course is for students learning Spanish as a second language.
Intermediate Spanish stresses essential vocabulary, sentence structure and idioms necessary for communication, oral and written, concerning daily life, using the Total Physical Response (TPR) Method. Lessons are introduced orally with the aid of correlated written and reading materials. Dialogues are taught audio-lingually. Grammar is presented inductively with the use of generalization. The foreign language is used extensively throughout class periods. Student learns to understand, speak, read, and write in the target language.
Spanish II, Spanish I
Advanced Spanish/Spanish for Native Speakers