SPNH 121L5 - Beginning Spanish I [GEKH or GELB]
The first semester of beginning Spanish covering basic principles of grammar. Practice in elementary conversation, pronunciation, composition, and reading. Regular use of Internet resources.
Credit 4 hrs Normal (A-F)
May not be repeated for additional credit
Course Rotation: Fall (online and face to face), Winter (online and face to face), and Summer (online)
Other Restrictions -
Restriction by Major -
Restriction by Class - Undergraduate standing
To be able to communicate in Spanish and appreciate linguistic and cultural similarities and differences, SPNH 121L5 students learn to produce through speaking and writing, and to understand through reading and listening, the elements of the Spanish language necessary to be able to function at a basic level in a Spanish-speaking environment. Instruction in SPNH 121L5 provides examples of speaking and writing that native speakers use to accomplish real tasks; students learn to master theses structures while developing a new perspective on their own language, and an appreciation of a foreign cultural viewpoint.
Keywords: Spanish , L5 , Knowledge of the Disciplines - Humanities (GEKH)
Equivalent Courses: SPNH 121
Updates: Course rotation and description updated 6/2020; Course rotation added 11/2019; Change to number for GELB 7/2014, effective Fall 2015; Change to credit hours 12/2013, effective Summer 2014
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