Paulette P. Parlock

Paulette P. Parlock, Intermediate Spanish 1, Fall 2018

Course Description:

In keeping with the Standards for Foreign Language Learning (1996), Spanish, the third -semester course is structured around five consistent structures: De entrada, Estudio de palabras, Estudio cultura, Estudio de estructuras, and Reflexiones. Spanish 0211 will further provide the fundamentals of the Spanish language in order to increase proficiency in the four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
• The course’s focus on both culture and language will ask you to make comparisons between your native language and Spanish, and between your culture and the cultures we will study.
• The course will provide you with opportunities to use Spanish both inside and outside the classroom
• Students will actively engage themselves in pair/group activities to express themselves in basic situations
• Classroom time will be used for intensive language practice in meaningful contexts (i.e., applying important grammatical concepts, essential vocabulary, and cultural norms needed to maintain communication).
• Students are expected to study and complete the exercises in the book and workbook outside of class, in addition any other activities assigned in class.
Student should use their Spanish as much as possible.

Required Texts:

Advanced Spanish Step-by-Step, McGraw Hill 2012, Spanish/English dictionary (Required)

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Paulette P. Parlock, Digital Spanish, Fall 2018

Course Description:

Introduction to Spanish language and culture on the web: social networking sites, trends in digital culture, including video and music. The student will learn blogging, text messaging, and digital basic skills in Spanish. The course is aimed at facilitating the acquisition of the necessary abilities and intercultural competence to manage multimedia tasks in Spanish at a basic level. By the end of the course, students will have a better understanding of the Hispanic culture through use of a variety of platforms used on-line. Also each student will track their progress in Spanish using a web-based education site of their choice.
Required Texts:

None.

Syllabus: 

Paulette P. Parlock, Intermediate Spanish 1, Spring 2018

Course Description:

This course is a continuation of the first-year sequence and includes a functional review of language structure and vocabulary. Primary emphasis is development of conversational skills, with topical reading and some writing.

Texts:

- Mosaicos Textbook 6th edition, Prentice Hall, 2015 and Workbook
- Spanish/English dictionary
- 501 Spanish Verbs

Syllabus: 

Paulette P. Parlock, Spanish for Healthcare Professionals, Spring 2018

Course Description:

This course is designed as a practical elementary/introductory Spanish course that will include technical vocabulary and idiomatic expressions needed by healthcare professionals who must communicate orally with Spanish-speaking patients. It will emphasize grammar, speaking and pronunciation skills. Students will learn and practice useful phrases within a medical context as well as acquire vocabulary and basic grammatical knowledge. This course is for non-native speakers ONLY. Knowledge of Spanish is not required.

Required Texts:

- Spanish for Health Care. Patricia Rush and Patricia Houston. Second Edition, Pearson. Textbook and Workbook.
- English-Spanish/Spanish-English Spanish

Syllabus: 

Paulette P. Parlock, Intermediate Spanish 2, Fall 2017

Course Description:

In keeping with the Standards for Foreign Language Learning (1996), Spanish, the fourth-semester course is structured around five consistent structures: De entrada, Estudio de palabras, Estudio cultura, Estudio de estructuras, and Reflexiones. Spanish 0212 will further provide the fundamentals of the Spanish language in order to increase proficiency in the four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

Required Texts:

Advanced Spanish Step-by-Step by McGraw Hill 2012

Spanish/English dictionary

Syllabus: 

Paulette P. Parlock, Intermediate Spanish 1, Spring 2017

Course Description:

This course is a continuation of the first-year sequence and includes a functional review of language structure and vocabulary. Primary emphasis is development of conversational skills, with topical reading and some writing.

Texts:

- Mosaicos Textbook 6th edition, Prentice Hall, 2015 and Workbook
- Spanish/English dictionary
- 501 Spanish Verbs

Syllabus: 

Paulette P. Parlock, Spanish for Healthcare Professionals, Spring 2017

Course Description:

This course is designed as a practical elementary/introductory Spanish course that will include technical vocabulary and idiomatic expressions needed by healthcare professionals who must communicate orally with Spanish-speaking patients. It will emphasize grammar, speaking and pronunciation skills. Students will learn and practice useful phrases within a medical context as well as acquire vocabulary and basic grammatical knowledge. This course is for non-native speakers ONLY. Knowledge of Spanish is not required.

Required Texts:

- Spanish for Health Care. Patricia Rush and Patricia Houston. Second Edition, Pearson. Textbook and Workbook.
- English-Spanish/Spanish-English Spanish

Syllabus: 

Paulette P. Parlock, Spanish for Business, Spring 2017

Course Description:

This course is designed as a practical elementary Spanish course that will include technical vocabulary and idiomatic expressions needed by business professionals who must communicate in both oral and written ways with Spanish-speaking companies and bilingual colleagues as well. The course will offer an essential foundation in grammar, vocabulary and speech related to functional business areas, and practice in carrying out simple business transactions in Spanish. This course is for non-native speakers ONLY. Knowledge of Spanish is not required.

Texts:

- Spanish for Business. Patricia Rush and Patricia Houston, Pearson. Textbook and Workbook (bring both to class every day).
- Dictionary Spanish/English.

Syllabus: 

Paulette P. Parlock, Intermediate Spanish 1, Fall 2016

Course Description:

In keeping with the Standards for Foreign Language Learning (1996), Spanish, the third -semester course is structured around five consistent structures: De entrada, Estudio de palabras, Estudio cultura, Estudio de estructuras, and Reflexiones. Spanish 0211 will further provide the fundamentals of the Spanish language in order to increase proficiency in the four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

Texts:

Mosaicos Textbook 6th edition, Prentice Hall, 2015 and Workbook, Spanish/English dictionary (Suggested), 501 Spanish Verbs (Suggested)

Syllabus: 

Paulette P. Parlock, Elementary Spanish 1, Fall 2016

Course Description:

In keeping with the Standards for Foreign Language Learning (1996), Spanish, the first semester course is structured around five consistent structures: De entrada, Estudio de palabras, Estudio cultura, Estudio de estructuras, and Reflexiones. Spanish 0111 will further provide the fundamentals of the Spanish language in order to increase proficiency in the four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

Texts:

Mosaicos Textbook 6th edition, Prentice Hall, 2015 and Workbook, Spanish/English dictionary (Suggested), 501 Spanish Verbs (Suggested)

Syllabus: 

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