Listed in: Spanish, as SPAN-05
Victoria Maillo (Section 01)
While expanding on the grammar essentials covered in Spanish 3, this course helps the student further develop listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in Spanish. It is directed toward students who already have a good linguistic-communicative competency, broadening their contact with different kinds of texts, deepening their grammatical understanding, and enabling them to communicate through a variety of forms and registers. Upon completing the course, students should be able to make themselves understood with accuracy and fluency and participate easily in a wide range of formal and informal communicative situations. An array of literary texts and readings, not ordinarily considered literature and films, will be used. Three hours a week in class plus one hour with a language assistant. Conducted entirely in Spanish. Prepares students for Spanish 7 and literature courses. This course counts for the major. Limited to 15 students. Requisite: Spanish 3 or permission of Language Coordinator. Fall and spring semesters. Lecturer Maillo and Assistants.