|Spanish at Ohio State University at Lima|
The prerequisite for Spanish 1102 is Spanish 1101 earned through regular course enrollment, MultiCAT Placement Test, or Transfer Credit.
Texts and materials
Long, Macián, Amistades (package.) his bundle contains the text (2nd and most current edition), the student workbook/lab manual, and a PIN card which grants access to the Amistades web site
Spanish/English Dictionary (your choice)
Spanish 1102 is the second course of a three course sequence (1101, 1102, 1103, which leads to the fulfillment of the foreign language requirement. Spanish is the primary language of instruction. The general goal of the course is to develop basic language skills. During this course students will:
In-class compositions: each composition is 5% of your grade.
Speaking test: you will role-play a situation in a small group.
Course grades will be based on the following evaluation:
15% tarea (homework)
30% 3 exámenes
10% 2 composiciones
10% examen oral
30% examen final
Attendance and Class Participation
Regular attendance and participation in class activities are essential to be a successful language learner. In order for students to progress in understanding and speaking Spanish, they must hear and speak it on a daily basis. Therefore, students must prepare carefully for class by completing all assignments in advance and be ready to participate in class. Students will be graded on individual, pair, and group activities. Students must not miss more than two classes.
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