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SPANISH 1AA3 IntermediateSpanishII

Academic Year: Winter 2017

Term: Winter

Day/Evening: D

Instructor: Dr. Geni Pontrelli

Email: pontreg@mcmaster.ca

Office: Togo Salmon Hall 533

Phone: 905-525-9140 x 23749

Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:30-3:20 pm



Course Objectives:

Segunda parte.  Éste es un curso para estudiantes con conocimientos básicos del idioma.  El objetivo  general

incluye: un mejor dominio de la gramática, el aumento del vocabulario, el desarrollo de la capacidad de expresión

tanto en la lengua hablada como en la escrita y una mejor compresión del idioma a través la lectura/discusión

de textos breves y videos de cortometraje


Textbooks, Materials & Fees:

Perez-Girones, Adan-Lifante, MAS:  español intermedio, McGraw-Hill. Plus the Connect component.


Method of Assessment:

La clase se reunirá tres veces por semana para estudiar y reforzar aspectos de la gramática y su aplicación

práctica en la lengua oral y escrita, discutir las lecturas asignadas y los videos.  Los estudiantes deberán

entregar frecuentemente trabajos escritos en forma de composiciones.

 

 

EVALUATION CRITERIA:

15%    Connect

45%    6 composiciones  (comp 1 & 2 = 10%, comp 3 & 4 = 15%, comp 5 & 6 = 20%)

15%    midterm

25%    Examen final


Policy on Missed Work, Extensions, and Late Penalties:

Note:  If  you are unable to meet your deadline, please talk to your professor prior to the due date.

No late work accepted, except with medical certification.

 


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  2. Improper collaboration in group work.
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Other Course Information:

 

SPANISH 1AA3/2ZZ3 - DR. GENI PONTRELLI

INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II

2017
January-April
Instructor: Dr. Geni Pontrelli
Email: pontreg@mcmaster.ca
Office: TSH-615
Phone: (905) 525-9140, ext. 23749
Office Hours: Tues., Thurs. 2:30-3:20 pm
Instructor's Web Site: n/a

SYLLABUS:

Día  y hora:

 
 enero 5       H3: lección 7, p 162-164, discuss course outline
                         and syllabus

 
         10       H1: cortometraje/p 165/169 
                    H2: p 170-174

 
         12        H3: p175-178 (discutir comp #1, p 184)

 
         17        H1: p 179-
                     H2: 185 ( includes both hours)

 
        19          H3: lección 8, p186-188, vocab. p 190-1 
                         (entreguen comp #1, 350 pal.)

 
        24         H1: p cortometraje/p189, 192-193
                     H2: p 194-198 

 
        26         H3: 199-204 

 
        31         H1: p 205-210 
                     H2: discutir comp #2  repaso   

 

 

 
febrero 2       H3: lección 9 p 212-214/vocab p 216-217

 

 

 
febrero 7       H1: cortometraje 215,218-219  (entreguen 
                           Comp #2, 350 pal.)
                     H2: p220-224

 
           9       H3: p 225-230 (discutir comp #3, p236
          
           14      H1: p 231-237 
                    H2: lección 10, p238-240
                          (entreguen comp #3, 400 pal.)
           
           16       H3: cortometraje p. 242-243

 

 
febrero 20-25    READING WEEK

 

 
            28     H1: p 244-246
                     H2: p 247-253

 
marzo    2      H3: p254-257 (discutir comp #4, p 263, tertulia 
                          final)

 

 
             7       H1: p 258-263 (Entreguen comp #4, 400 pal., 
                            P 263 Tertulia final. Tienen que investigar la
                            situación de los pueblos indígenas en 
                            Ontario y contestar las preguntas)
                      H2: Repaso
                    
            9        H3: MIDTERM 

 

 
            14      H1: lección 11, p 264-269, cortometraje,
                      H2: p 270-274
            
             16      H3: p 275-279

 
             21      H1 : p 280-285
                       H2: lección 12 p 288-290 

 
             23      H3: corto, p 291-293 (Entreguen  comp #5, 450
                             palabras) discuten comp #6, p306 basado 
                             sobre la tertulia
            

 
marzo 28       H1:p 294- 298
                    H2: p 299-306
                   
           30      H3:  In-class translation.  Attendance
                         mandatory.  If absent, must produce MSAF 

 
                                   and
                    
                                 Entreguen comp#6 450 pal.

 
abril      4      H1: p307-308 Repaso
                    H2: Repaso
                   
                   

 
             6       clase cancelado?