Self and Society: Intensive Introductory Spanish
This first half of a yearlong course is focused on the self in a broader social context for students who are beginning the study of Spanish or who have had minimal exposure to the language. The course offers the equivalent of conventional beginning and intermediate language study. The first semester's work comprises an introduction to Spanish as a spoken and written language. The work includes practice, in both master teacher classes and scheduled sessions with an apprentice teacher, in understanding and using the spoken language. Written exercises and reading materials serve to reinforce communicative skills, build vocabulary, and enhance discussion of the individual and community. No prerequisite. Offered every year.