Course Catalog

Spanish Course Descriptions

For a minor in foreign language, Spanish, a student needs to complete at least 18 hours of courses selected in consultation with the department. 

LAN 101 Begin. Spanish for Non-native Spkrs

3 Hours

This beginning course is designed to develop skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing in Spanish for students whose first language was not Spanish. General Education: Cultural Awareness (Prior to Fall 2009)

LAN 102 Beginning Spanish II

3 Hours

This continuation of LAN 101 is designed to develop skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing in Spanish. General Education: Cultural Awareness Prerequisite: LAN 101 or consent of instructor. (Prior to Fall 2009)

LAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I

3 Hours

This course is a review and continuation of skills acquired in LAN 102. Emphasis is on cultural aspects of Hispanic life and literature. Prerequisite: LAN 102 or consent of instructor.

LAN 202 Intermediate Spanish II

3 Hours

This course is a further review and continuation of skills acquired in LAN201. Emphasis is on cultural aspects of Hispanic life and literature. Prerequisite: LAN 201 or consent of instructor.

LAN 301 Spanish Conversation & CompositionI

3 Hours

Students will further develop linguistic proficiency through Spanish conversation and composition. Focus will be on daily life and literary works. Prerequisite: LAN 202.

LAN 302 Spanish Conversation/Composition II

3 Hours

This course is a continuation of Spanish composition and conversation skills with focus on daily life and literary works. Prerequisite: LAN 301.

LAN 329 Methods of Foreign Language

3 Hours

Students will learn techniques for teaching the language, its sound system, its grammar and its vocabulary; learn suggestions for teaching culture; develop supplementary materials and lesson plans; and practice teaching the language. Students seeking teacher certification must take this course in addition to the minimum language hours required. Corequisites: EDU 300 and EDU 330.

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