SPAN *1034 Fundamentals of Reading and Writing for Nonheritage Speakers

(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as SPAN 3.4.
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2 hours recitation, 1 hour multimedia laboratory; 2

Review and further development of intermediate-level reading and writing skills with special attention to grammar and style. An optional transitional course designed to prepare students for Spanish *2010 [4]. May be taken concurrently with Spanish 2011 [3.6]. (Not open to heritage speakers or to students who have recently completed four years of high school Spanish or are enrolled in or have completed Spanish *1035 [3.2].)

Prerequisite: Spanish *1030 [3], or a passing grade on the level 3 Regents examination, or a significant time lag in language study at this level, or permission of the chairperson.


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