Additional Course Offerings: See Core Curriculum
METHODS OF SPANISH LANGUAGE TEACHING (K-12) (CR. 3)
ONLINE; 6/26 - 8/4
Methods of teaching Spanish to both English speakers and those coming from a Hispanic background, with special emphasis given to K-12. Emphasis on curriculum development, uses of technology, and software applications. Review of theoretical resources. Conducted in Spanish.
SEMINAR: TOPICS IN HISPANIC LINGUISTICS
A LITTLE ROMANCE: A BRIEF INTRO TO ROMANTIC LANGUAGES (CR. 3)
6/28 - 7/19, M-F 8:30AM - 12:45PM, LLB104
Cross-listed with 01:940:488:D1
This 10-unit course introduces students to comparisons of and contrasts between the Romance languages. It will present students with the origins of language families (Indo-European, Hamito-Semitic, Sino-Tibetan, Ural-Altaic, etc.) and of Italic and Latin, the parent varieties of Romance. The class will treat each Romance language individually and comparatively to explain the notion of its derivation from a diasystem interrelated at the linguistic, aesthetic, cultural, literary, and historical levels. Conducted in Spanish.
SEMINAR IN HISPANIC LITERATURE: ENVIRONMENT AND ENVIRONMENTALISM IN SPANISH-AMERICA (CR. 3.)
ONLINE; 7/10 - 8/16
Course description TBA. Conducted in Spanish.
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