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SPAN 101 Spanish, First-Year

Spanish 101 is the first course in a three course sequence designed to provide one full year of college level transfer courses at the beginning language level. These courses must be taken in sequence. The sequence emphasizes the development of the skills of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and culture. In Spanish 101, students will learn to converse in a variety of common everyday settings using the vocabulary and structures presented in class. Emphasis is also placed on writing, reading, listening, and learning about Hispanic cultures. Tests are administered in class. ourse content is conducted entirely in Spanish.
 

SPAN 102 Spanish, First-Year

Prerequisite: SPAN 101 or equivalent course from another college/university or appropriate score on the LCC Spanish language placement test or consent of instructor. Spanish 102 is the second course in a three-course sequence that provides the first year of college-level language classes. This sequence emphasizes the development of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and intercultural communication skills. In Spanish 102 students will build on material learned in their prior study, to converse in and write about a variety of common, every-day topics using the vocabulary and grammatical structures introduced in the course. These courses (101, 102, 103, as well as the second year sequence: 201, 202, 203) are designed as a sequence, therefore they must be taken sequentially and may not be taken concurrently.
 

SPAN 103 Spanish, First-Year

Prerequisite: SPAN 102 or equivalent course from another college/university or appropriate score on the LCC Spanish language placement test or consent of instructor. Spanish 103 is the third course in a three-course sequence that provides the first year of college-level language classes. This sequence emphasizes the development of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and intercultural communication skills. In Spanish 103 students will build on material learned in their prior study, to converse in and write about a variety of common, every-day topics using the vocabulary and grammatical structures introduced in the course. These courses (101, 102, 103, as well as the second year sequence: 201, 202, 203) are designed as a sequence, therefore they must be taken sequentially and may not be taken concurrently.
 

SPAN 201 Second Year Spanish

Prerequisite: SPAN 103 or equivalent course from another college/university or appropriate score on the LCC Spanish language placement test or consent of instructor. SPAN 201 is the first course of a three-term sequence (SPAN 201-SPAN 202-SPAN 203) designed to provide one full year of college level transfer courses at the intermediate (second year) level. SPAN 201-SPAN 202-SPAN 203 builds on Spanish language skills acquired through the beginning, first year sequence (SPAN 101-SPAN 102-SPAN 103) and expands upon them to develop student skills at an intermediate language level. This sequence emphasizes the development of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and intercultural communication skills at the intermediate level. SPAN 201-SPAN 202-SPAN 203 are designed as a sequence, therefore they must be taken sequentially and may not be taken concurrently.
 

SPAN 202 Second Year Spanish

Prerequisite: SPAN 201 or equivalent course from another college/university or appropriate score on the LCC Spanish language placement test or consent of instructor. SPAN 202 is the second course of a three-term sequence (SPAN 201-202-SPAN 203) designed to provide one full year of college level transfer courses at the intermediate (second year) level. SPAN 202 continues the development of and expands upon the five language skills practiced in SPAN 201 (see course description) through emphasis on the development of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and intercultural communication skills at the intermediate level. SPAN 201-SPAN 202-SPAN 203 are designed as a sequence, therefore they must be taken sequentially and may not be taken concurrently.
 

SPAN 203 Second Year Spanish

Prerequisite: SPAN 202 or equivalent course from another college/university or appropriate score on the LCC Spanish language placement test or consent of instructor SPAN 203 is the third course of a three-term sequence (SPAN 201-SPAN 202-203) designed to provide one full year of college level transfer courses at the intermediate (second year) level. SPAN 203 continues the development of and expands upon the five language skills practiced through emphasis on the development of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and intercultural communication skills at the intermediate level. SPAN 201-SPAN 202-SPAN 203 are designed as a sequence, therefore they must be taken sequentially and may not be taken concurrently.
 

SPAN 218 Spanish for Spanish-Speakers

This course focuses on the continued development of reading, writing, and speaking skills in Spanish for students with native/near-native command of these skills, with an emphasis on comparing and contrasting features of Spanish that are of special interest to Spanish-speakers in the US. Course content will include a study of spelling (including accents), develop vocabulary, and foster the development of academic and professional registers of the language. Students will do this via a study of topics of special relevance to Spanish Speakers in the US using a wide variety of materials such as literary texts from a range of genres, news items (including images), music, podcasts, and art work.
 

SPAN 221 Spanish for Health Professions I

Prerequisite: SPAN 102 or Placement into SPAN 103. This course is geared toward students or individuals in the health professions who wish to increase their effectiveness in communicating with Spanish-speaking patients and their families in the clinical encounter. Course participants will study basic Spanish and terminology specific to the medical field, as well as cultural understandings of medicine and illness in the Spanish-speaking world. Working with interpreters and showing compassion through language will also be discussed.
 
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