|Day & Time
328 Uris Hall
|Instructor||Francisca Aguilo Mora|
|Method of Instruction||In-Person|
Prerequisites: SPAN UN1108 or scoring at this level on the department’s Spanish as a Heritage Language Placement test (https://columbia-barnard.vega-labs.com).
The principal aim of SPAN UN2108 is to build upon and further develop the knowledge of Spanish that heritage learners bring to the classroom – from SPAN UN1108 and/or from family and neighborhood exposure to the language. This course cultivates intermediate-level formal speaking, listening, reading, and writing abilities.
Spanish heritage language courses at Columbia/Barnard focus on the development of communicative abilities and literacy from sociolinguistic and sociocultural approaches. Throughout the semester, students will be reviewing spelling patterns, building vocabulary, acquiring and effectively using learning strategies, and strengthening composition skills in Spanish. Cultural projects and readings reinforce learners’ understanding of the multiple issues related to Hispanic cultures in the United States and in other Spanish-speaking societies.
|Department||Latin American and Iberian Cultures|
|Enrollment||15 students (15 max) as of 9:07PM Friday, September 22, 2023|
|Fee||$15 Language Resource|
|Note||IMPORTANT: SEE COURSE DESCRIPTION BEFORE REGISTERING|