DESIGNATION: Level I elective
GOALS: The goal of Spanish 3 is to guide students into an intermediate level of Spanish by drilling speaking, reading, writing, and cultural awareness. Grammatical structures studied in the first two years are reviewed, and newer, more complex material is introduced, such as the subjunctive mood. This course is conducted primarily in Spanish and students are expected to use the Spanish in class.
MATERIAL COVERED: Spanish 2 is reviewed. Vocabulary themes include food and cooking, the body, health, daily routines, celebrations, chores, manners, travel, art, literature, tv and news. Linguistic content includes, comparing verb tense usage, the subjunctive mood, the imperative, double object pronouns, compound tenses, “if” clauses, adverbs, and a variety of other topics.
TEXT: ¡Asi se dice!, Level 3, Glencoe
PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of Spanish 2 (or equivalent) and departmental approval.