SPANISH I (60.07100)
Introduces the Spanish language; emphasizes all skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in an integrated way. Includes how to greet and take leave of someone, to ask and respond to basic questions, to speak and read within a range of carefully selected topics and to develop an understanding of Spanish-speaking cultures. It assumes that students have minimal or no prior knowledge of the language and culture. This course is not for heritage or native Spanish speakers.

Designed for heritage learners of Spanish, this course can accommodate students from a wide range of backgrounds, from those who are minimally functional (can comprehend Spanish but are not able to speak fluently, read or write) to those who are more proficient and/or literate in Spanish. The recommended entrance requirement for the Spanish for Native Speakers I is the Intermediate-Mid level of proficiency in listening comprehension on the ACTFL scale. It is not necessary that students speak or write at the Intermediate level prior to entering the course. This course focuses on the development of communicative competence in reading, writing, speaking and listening and viewing, as well as on understanding Hispanic cultures and issues of identity of heritage speakers of Spanish in the United States. Students will also develop an awareness and understanding of Hispanic cultures, including language variation, customs, geography, history, and current events. 

LATIN I (61.04100)
Latin I is the introductory course to the Latin language. Grammar, vocabulary, syntax, and morphology are taught in context of reading Latin passages and working exercises from the textbook. Mottoes, derivatives, myth, history, culture and customs are introduced throughout the course. The impact of Roman civilization is studied via out of class assignments, projects and reading. No prerequisites.

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