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About SPAN 002 OL2

Continuation of SPAN 001. Fundamentals of Spanish composition, comprehension, pronunciation, speaking, reading, and writing in a cultural context. Classes are conducted in Spanish and students engage in active use of the language. Cannot be taken for credit after SPAN 051. Prerequisite: SPAN 001 or equivalent.


Dates: July 5 - August 12, 2022; Prereq: SPAN 001 or equivalent

Section Description

SPAN 002 is the second course in a two-semester sequence of beginning Spanish. It is designed for students who have successfully completed SPAN 001 at the University of Vermont, as well as students with previous experience in Spanish who have scored the requisite number of points on the UVM placement exam. The course emphasizes speaking, listening, reading, and writing in Spanish. It will be taught remotely using Microsoft Teams and will be asynchronous meaning that there will be no required meeting days/times. Students will have the opportunity to attend their professor's virtual office hours in Teams (twice a week) to practice speaking Spanish or if they have questions about course materials and topics. Important: Within three months prior to enrolling in your first language class at UVM, you need to take the online placement test (even if you haven't studied the language) and enroll in the course level recommended. Note that if you enroll in a class without taking the test, or enroll in a class below your recommended level, the system will disenroll you from the course (you will receive an email notification if this occurs). Find the placement test at

Section Expectation

By the end of this course, students will be able to: -converse and write at a basic level in Spanish about food, festivals, health, technology, nature and city life -provide personal information, state their opinions and talk about their preferences and immediate needs -listen to and understand simple oral conversations in Spanish -read non-complex texts (literary or other) in Spanish -broaden their cultural knowledge of the Spanish-speaking world -identify cultural differences between and among Spanish-speaking communities and countries


Online homework, quizzes, discussion forums, oral exam and final exam.

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