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SPAN 2040.006 Intermediate Spanish
Profesora Raquel Oxford
Office: LANG 403A Office Hours: 3:30-5:00 p.m. Tuesday and by appointment
Phone: 565-4740 E-mail: email@example.com
Class meets Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:30-10:50 a.m. LANG 104.
Class will also meet in LANG 106 promptly at designated times (see Course Calendar).
Final Exam is Thursday, May 8th from 8:00-10:00 a.m. LANG 104. Please note that the
University specifically prohibits any deviation from the announced Final Exam Schedule.
Required Texts: Knorre et al., Puntos de partida 6th ed. McGraw-Hill, 2001
Arana and Arana, Workbook to Accompany Puntos de partida
***U.N.T. Proof of Prerequisite Policy***
All lower level foreign language courses above 1010 now require proof of prerequisites. Each
student is required to show proof to the instructor before the 10th class day. If you do not have
proof, you must drop yourself to receive a refund. If after Friday, January 24th you have not
shown proof, nor dropped yourself, you will be administratively dropped without a refund.
If you took SPAN 1020 at UINT, documentation showing that you successfully completed 1020
will suffice (transcript, grade report, etc.).
The Department of Foreign Languages, in cooperation with the Office of Disability
Accommodation, complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act in making reasonable
accommodations for qualified students with disabilities. Please present your written
accommodation request to your instructor on or before the 4th class day.
Course Description/Objectives: Grammar, composition, oral-aural practice and readings.
Prerequisite(s): SPAN 1020 or equivalent. The student will achieve an intermediate knowledge
of Spanish in listening, speaking, reading and writing as well as Hispanic cultures. Spanish will
be used in class as much as possible. Satisfies the Communication requirement of the University
Participation/Attendance: In order to gain mastery of Spanish, consistent, active participation
and study are essential. Spanish will be spoken as much as possible, and regular practice is
critical to improving communicative proficiency. We will be working on developing all skills-
listening, speaking, reading, writing as well as an understanding of Spanish-speaking cultures.
Coming to class well prepared by reading, completing homework and other assignments will
impact your ability to participate fully in all activities.
Disruptions of the learning environment are unacceptable, including late arrivals and leaving
before class is dismissed. There is no make-up work allowed, and there are no drops. An excused
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