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Mini Courses Offered Monday-Friday
SPA 154C Communicative Conversational Spanish Vocabulary - Beginning (11:00am-12:05pm)
In this practical conversation class, you'll learn new vocabulary for travel and everyday situations in real life scenarios as you converse with partners, small groups, and the entire class.
SPA 154P Conversational Scenarios I - High Beginning to Low Intermediate (11:00am-12:05pm)
SPA 154R Increase Spanish Proficiency Through Interactive Stories - High Beginning to Intermediate
(11:00am-12:05pm) Presenter: Linda Ward
Jump-start your Spanish and bypass the traditional approach to language fluency and have fun in this interactive course through humor and interactive storytelling.
SPA 156: Spanish Conversation Lunch Bunch (Small Group Conversation)
11:00am - 12:05pm
SPA 156CC - Intermediate
12:10pm - 1:15pm
SPA 156D - High Intermediate
SPA 156E - Low Advanced
SPA 156EE - Advanced
SPA 156F - High Advanced
SPA 156FF - Low Superior
SPA 156G - Superior
SPA 156GG - High Superior
SPA 160: Spanish Computer Lunch Brunch (Introduction to CALL: Computer-Assisted Language Learning)
11:00am - 12:05pm
12:10pm - 1:15pm
SPA 181D - Spanish for the Medical Profession 12:10am - 1:15pm High Intermediate - High Superior
Improve communication skills for the medical profession. Includes grammar with health-related survival terminology, cultural differences, and myths associated with health-related medical themes.
SPA 188 - 1 & 2 - The Power of Proper Pronunciation in Spanish
SPA 191BK - ISSI Special Topics: La Misma Luna (Under the Same Moon) - High Intermediate - High Superior
View and discuss the film La Misma Luna and your understanding of the challenges that immigrant families face.
Monday - Thursday Afternoons, 3:30pm-4:45pm (.5 Units)
SPA 154A - Reinforcing Grammatical Concepts and Structures Level I: High Beginning - Intermediate
Students will review the present tense, stem changing and irregular verbs, and the present progressive tense.
SPA 154B - Reinforcing Grammatical Concepts and Structures Level II: Advanced
Students will compare and contrast the uses and conjugations of the preterite and imperfect tenses and the present subjunctive mood.
SPA 154Q - Conversational Scenarios II: Intermediate - High Intermediate
Learn new vocabulary and put it to use in real life scenarios. Share, tell, and get acquainted through interviews, and discuss topics of interest. Converse with partners, small groups, and the entire class. This course is designed to assist students in continuing to acquire and expand on practical conversational skills in Spanish. Students will also acquire an appreciation for cultures of Spanish-speaking countries. This is a different course than the small group conversation offered in the SPA 156 courses. It is designed for students at the intermediate and high intermediate levels. Let's talk!
SPA 160H – More Computers (Multi-Level CALL: Computer-Assisted Language Learning) All Levels
SPA 182 - Comparative Grammar: Beginning - High Beginning
Elementary grammatical structures and vocabulary will be introduced along with the basics of the language and culture of Spanish-speaking countries.
SPA 183A - Breaking Out of Beginner's Spanish: High Intermediate - High Superior
SPA 185A - Comparative Grammar - Grammar Grand Slammers: High Intermediate - Superior
SPA 186A - Comparative Grammar: The Subjunctive Mood - A Cure for "Subjunctivitis" Low Advanced - Advanced Levels
SPA 186B - Comparative Grammar: The Subjunctive Mood - A Cure for "Subjunctivitis" High Advanced - Superior
SPA 189 - Language and Culture Through Zumba: All Levels
SPA 191AX - The History of Spain Through Its Architecture, presented by Dr. John Rosenberg (.25 units) (All Levels)
Architecture is more than just engineering - it reflects the priorities, politics and passions of an entire people. Buildings like the Roman amphitheater at Mérida, the Alhambra palace in Granada, the Great Mosque in Córdoba, the cathedral in Toledo, Gaudi's civic and religious works, and Franco's Valley of the Fallen all contain stories told in stone. We will trace the history of Spain and its related stories through a study of several of these emblematic buildings. Dr. Rosenberg is back by popular demand with this NEW course. He is the Dean of the College of Humanities at Brigham Young University and is also a professor of Spanish at BYU. He holds awards for his outstanding teaching at BYU and Cornell University.
The Difficult Trip (Spanish Communicative Interactive Conversation Course - SCICC)(.25 units)