WHICH SPANISH CLASS SHOULD I START WITH?


*In order for students to succeed in SPAN 321, they should be able to speak, write, read, and listen at the Advanced Low level or better. We recommend you self-evaluate your language ability by reading through the following website and comparing your ability to the examples there: https://oralproficiency.coerll.utexas.edu/spanish/module-1-6/

 

For more detailed information, explore the courses below, or see the University Catalog here.

 

SPAN 101 Foundational Spanish 1

Fundamentals of Spanish, emphasizing communication.

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SPAN 102 Foundational Spanish 2

Continuation of Span 101. Fundamentals of Spanish, emphasizing communication.

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SPAN 105 University Spanish 1

Continued development of grammar, cultural understanding, reading, writing, and conversation skills as introduced in foundational courses. Students are expected to attain an Intermediate-Mid proficiency level.

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SPAN 106 University Spanish 2

Expanded development of grammar, cultural understanding, reading, writing, and conversation skills as introduced in foundational and intermediate courses. Students are expected to attain an Intermediate-Mid to Intermediate-High proficiency level.

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SPAN 205 University Spanish 3

Continued development of grammar, cultural understanding, conversation skills, writing, and reading through the study of literature. Students are expected to attain an Intermediate-High proficiency level.

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SPAN 206 Intensive Spanish Skills Development

Intensive development of oral and literacy skills at the Intermediate High to Advanced Low level, with emphasis on improving grammatical accuracy, fluency, and cultural competence. Intended to prepare students for Span 321 and subsequent courses.

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SPAN 321 Third-Year Spanish Reading, Grammar, and Culture

Intensive study and practice with Spanish grammar, vocabulary, and writings incorporating cultural and literary readings.

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