Intermediate Spanish I
Continue the development of interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills through a variety of texts (journalistic, short story, poetry, advertising, film, etc.) that reflect the cultural, social, and linguistic diversity of the Hispanic world. Students explore the diversity of practices, products, and perspectives found within contemporary Spanish-speaking societies. Topics may include gender, multiculturalism, ethnicity, family, religion, literature, art, music, gastronomy, education, economics, and politics. Students meet once a week with a language assistant from Latin America or Spain. Prerequisite: SPAN 112 or its equivalent.