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					Students who
complete this
program of
studies will be                                                                                               UA/
able to:                                                                        PC   I/TL ML   SI   EC   CC   H
                  Students will be able to utilize more complex
                  vocabulary and grammatical structures to
                  communicate and discuss hypothetical situations
                  dealing with nature, city, life, health, and well being,
                  professions and occupations, the arts, current events,
                  and politics                                                  x                   x    x
                  Students will be able to utilize more complex
                  vocabulary and grammatical structures to write about
                  situations dealing with nature, city, life, health and well
                  being, professions, and occupations, the arts, current
                  events, and politics                                          x                   x    x
                  Students will be able to use language and vocabulary
                  skills developed in class to read, analyze, and interpret
                  authentic texts                                               x                   x    x




                                                                                                                    Code
                                                                                                                    PC1




                                                                                                                    PC2

                                                                                                                    PC3
PC4



PC5


PC6




Code

AH1



AH2




AH3



AH4

Code


IT1




IT2



IT3




Code
CC1
CC2



CC3




CC4
Code

EC1




EC2




EC3
EC4

EC5
Code

ML1




ML2




ML3
Code
SI1




SI2
SI3




SI4



SI5
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Code   Productive Citizenry
PC1    Identify and analyze
       ethical problems or
       dilemmas as well as
       identify and describe
       those involved.
PC2    Demonstrate academic
       integrity.
PC3    Comprehend and apply
       the rights,
       responsibilities, and
       privileges required of
       an informed citizen in a
       democratic society.
PC4    Demonstrate an
       understanding of civic,
       social, and
       environmental issues.
PC5    Analyze, apply, and
       practice healthy
       lifestyle choices.
PC6    Apply principles of
       personal financial
       planning and
       management.

Code   Understanding of the
       Arts and Humanities
AH1    Analyze and evaluate
       music as well as the
       visual and performing
       arts.
AH2    Demonstrate basic
       knowledge of the arts,
       literature, history, and
       philosophy.

AH3    Utilize knowledge of
       history and philosophy
       in decision-making.

AH4    Develop creative
       expression.
Code   Informational and
       Technological Literacy

IT1    Utilize basic computer
       applications effectively
       when performing tasks
       that necessitate
       computer use.


IT2    Conduct research,
       critically assess, utilize,
       and cite information.

IT3    Synthesize, integrate,
       and contextualize
       multiple outside
       sources with individual
       voice, analysis, or
       position.
Code   Cultural Competence
CC1    Demonstrate
       knowledge of one’s
       own culture as well as
       others.
CC2    Demonstrate the ability
       to interact effectively
       within and across
       cultures.
CC3    Analyze and describe
       the impact religion,
       mass media, politics,
       economics, technology,
       environment, and
       history has on society.


       Demonstrate the ability
       to communicate
       effectively in a
       language other than
       one’s own.

CC4
Code   Effective
       Communication
EC1    Apply oral
       communication skills in
       order to maintain
       relationships, articulate
       perspectives, and solve
       problems within
       interpersonal, small
       group, and public
       contexts.

       Apply listening skills in
       order to understand,
       analyze, and evaluate
       messages and to
       empathize with and
       support others.

EC2    Read critically and
       analytically, identifying
       central arguments and
       lines of reasoning in a
       number of different
       kinds of texts.

EC3    Demonstrate autonomy
       as writers by making
       effective rhetorical
       choices regarding point
       of view, tone, and voice
       in relation to audience
       and purpose.
       Use logical, ethical, and
       emotional appeals,
       avoiding logical
       fallacies in thought and
       language and utilizing a
       variety of rhetorical
       strategies.

EC4

EC5
Code   Mathematical Literacy

ML1    Apply mathematical
       principles to solve
       problems effectively in
       science, business, and
       everyday life.
ML2    Demonstrate a sense of
       number to make
       informed decisions,
       estimate orders of
       magnitude, read a chart
       or a graph, and follow
       an argument based on
       numerical evidence.

       Apply statistical
       numeracy by making
       sensible estimates, use
       a commonsense
       approach when using
       data to support an
       argument, and
       judiciously apply
       averages and
       percentages.
ML3
Code   Scientific Inquiry
SI1    Analyze and apply the
       principles of the social,
       behavioral, physical,
       and natural sciences.

SI2    Apply scientific
       methods of inquiry and
       analysis through critical
       reading, research, and
       experimentation.
SI3   Employ quantitative
      reasoning to solve
      problems and justify
      conclusions with
      reasoned and
      scientifically sound
      argument.
      Distinguish between
      unverifiable beliefs and
      the knowledge gained
      through the objectivity
      of science.
SI4   Correctly analyze and
      assess cause and effect
      relationships in natural
      phenomena.
SI5
COURSE #    SLO


                    The students will use the target language well enough to be
                    able to function in simple everyday situations with a
                    sympathetic speaker about the following topics: Self, family,
                    home and possessions; School / work; Interests, hobbies,
SPAN 120          1 talents, leisure time activities and sports; Weather; Clothing

                    The student will be able to understand the target language in
                    simple everyday conversations about: Self, family, home and
                    possessions; School / work; Interests, hobbies, talents, leisure
                  2 time activities and sports; Weather; Clothing
                    The student will derive meaning from simple written material
                  3 in the target language

                    The student will use the target language to communicate in
                    writing short texts for limited practical needs, such as
                    postcards, short messages, dialogs or descriptions about
                  4 common elements of daily life

                    The students will use the target language well enough to be
                    able to function in simple everyday situations about the
SPAN 120A         1 following topics: Self, family, ; School / work

                    The students will use the target language well enough to be
                    able to function in simple everyday situations about the
SPAN 120B         1 following topics: Self, family, ; School / work

                    The student will use Spanish well enough to be able to
                    function in everyday situations about: clothing; daily routine;
SPAN 121          1 food and holidays; health and illnesses

                    Students will learn the structures of normative Spanish
                    through the systematic study of grammar rules in a cultural
SPAN 122          1 and communicative context.
                    Students will acquire knowledge of the cultures of the
                    Spanish-speaking countries and Hispanic groups in the United
                    States through writing, reading and discussing short cultural
                  2 and literary texts.
                    Students will be able to correctly identify on a map the
                  3 countries and capitals of the Spanish-speaking world.


                    Students will continue to learn the structures of normative
                    Spanish through the systematic study of grammar rules in a
SPAN 123          1 cultural and communicative context.

                    Students will continue to acquire knowledge of the cultures of
                    the Spanish-speaking countries and Hispanic groups in the
                    United States through writing, reading and discussing short
                  2 cultural and literary texts.

                    Students will acquire geographical and cultural knowledge of
                  3 Spanish-speaking countries in Central and South America.
             The students will be able to recognize the impact that the
SPAN 141   1 history of the Hispanic culture has brought to our society

             Compare and contrast the cultural differences of the
             particular selected country against the general backdrop of
SPAN 145   1 Spanish and Latin American cultures


             The student will be able to understand the target language in
             simple everyday situations in this field about: Simple
             greetings; Basic personal information; Basic information
SPAN 160     about traffic situations; Descriptions of persons and vehicles;
A-C        1 Other specific situations in this field
             The student will derive meaning from authentic simple
           2 written material in target language
             The student will use the target language well enough to be
             able to function in everyday situations in this field about:
             Simple greetings; Basic personal information; Basic
             information about traffic situations; Descriptions of persons
             and vehicles; Basic instructions; Other specific situations in
           3 this field

             The student will use the target language to communicate in
             writing limited basic practical writing needs using lists, short
           4 messages, short reports about situations in this field


             The student will be able to understand the target language in
             simple everyday situations in this field about: Emergencies;
SPAN 161     Missing persons; Child Abuse; Domestic violence; Other
A-C        1 situations specific to this field
             The student will derive meaning from authentic simple
           2 written material in target language

             The student will use the target language well enough to be
             able to function in simple everyday situations in this field
             about: Emergencies; Missing persons; Child Abuse; Domestic
           3 violence; Other situations specific to this field

             The student will use the target language to communicate in
             writing limited basic practical writing needs using lists, short
           4 messages, basic reports about common situations in this field


             The student will be able to understand the target language in
             simple everyday situations in this field about: Simple
             greetings; Basic personal information; Symptoms of diseases;
SPAN 170     Inquiries about procedures; Common illnesses and health
A-C        1 problems; Other specific situations in this field
             The student will derive meaning from authentic simple
           2 written material in target language
             The student will use the target language well enough to be
             able to function in everyday situations in this field about:
             Simple greetings; Basic personal information; Symptoms of
             diseases; Basic instructions to patients; Common illnesses and
           3 health problems; Other specific situations in this field

             The student will use the target language to communicate in
             writing limited basic practical writing needs using lists, short
           4 messages, medical forms about situations in this field.


             The student will be able to understand the target language in
             simple everyday situations in this field about: Information
             about physical exams; Children’s and adolescents’ health
SPAN 171     problems; Inquiries about tests and surgeries; Other specific
A-C        1 situations in this field
             The student will derive meaning from authentic simple
           2 written material in target language

             The student will use the target language well enough to be
             able to function in everyday situations in this field about:
             Information about physical exams; Children’s and
             adolescents’ health problems; Information about tests and
           3 surgeries ; Other specific situations in this field

             The student will use the target language to communicate in
             writing limited basic practical writing needs using lists, short
           4 messages, medical forms about situations in this field

SPAN 196     Be familiar with working together with people from Spanish
A-D        1 speaking countries;
             understand a variety of Spanish speakers in different
           2 situations and apply classroom knowledge;

             be able to speak the language intelligibly with greater fluency,
           3 accuracy, and increasingly extensive vocabulary;
             be able to use the language more spontaneously and with
           4 greater self-esteem;
             Be more comfortable with work ethics, customs, and
           5 mentality of Spanish natives;
             have strengthened the resume/employability in this specific
           6 field;
           7 have developed better community awareness.


SPAN 199   1 Complete individual study, research, or projects in education
             Participate in conference sessions with the instructor of
           2 record

             Develop the skills necessary to work independently (including
           3 self-monitoring, time management, and resource acquisition).
             The student will show increasing ability to narrate and
             describe in past, present and future time in Spanish about:
             House and chores; Plans for the future; Environment;
SPAN 220   1 Personal opinions and desires

             READING : Comprehend and analyze increasingly more
             complex, authentic texts, such as newspaper articles, essays
SPAN 221   1 and short works of literature
           2 WRITING: Describe and narrate in paragraph form
             SPEAKING: Speak intelligibly with greater fluency and
             accuracy with a native speaker, showing generally fair control
             of most syntactic patterns and convey meaning accurately
           3 most of the time in standard Spanish

             Show generally fair control of most basic syntactic patterns
             and convey meaning accurately most of the time in simple
SPAN 250   1 standard Spanish


             Express personal meaning by creating with the language, in
             part by combining and recombining known elements and
             conversational input to make utterances of sentence length
             and some strings of sentences. Their speech may contain
             pauses, reformulations and self-corrections as they search for
             adequate vocabulary and appropriate language forms to
SPAN 251   1 express themselves.

             Complete individual and/or group study, research, or projects
SPAN 299   1 in education
           2 Participate in classroom discussions

             Develop the skills necessary to work independently and in
             groups (including self-monitoring, time management,
           3 interpersonal skills, and resource acquisition).
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                   The students will use the target language well enough to be
                   able to function in simple everyday situations with a
                   sympathetic speaker about the following topics: Self, family,
SPAN               home and possessions; School / work; Interests, hobbies,
120              1 talents, leisure time activities and sports; Weather; Clothing    X X           X       X                                           X

                   The student will be able to understand the target language in
                   simple everyday conversations about: Self, family, home and
                   possessions; School / work; Interests, hobbies, talents, leisure
                 2 time activities and sports; Weather; Clothing                    X X            X       X                                           X
                   The student will derive meaning from simple written material
                 3 in the target language                                           X X            X       X                                           X

                   The student will use the target language to communicate in
                   writing short texts for limited practical needs, such as
                   postcards, short messages, dialogs or descriptions about
                 4 common elements of daily life                                     X X           X       X                                           X

                   The students will use the target language well enough to be
SPAN               able to function in simple everyday situations about the
120A             1 following topics: Self, family, ; School / work                   X

                   The students will use the target language well enough to be
SPAN               able to function in simple everyday situations about the
120B             1 following topics: Self, family, ; School / work                   X

                   The student will use Spanish well enough to be able to
SPAN               function in everyday situations about: clothing; daily routine;
121              1 food and holidays; health and illnesses                           X

                   Students will learn the structures of normative Spanish
SPAN               through the systematic study of grammar rules in a cultural
122              1 and communicative context.
                   Students will acquire knowledge of the cultures of the
                   Spanish-speaking countries and Hispanic groups in the United
                   States through writing, reading and discussing short cultural
                 2 and literary texts.
                   Students will be able to correctly identify on a map the
                 3 countries and capitals of the Spanish-speaking world.


                   Students will continue to learn the structures of normative
SPAN               Spanish through the systematic study of grammar rules in a
123              1 cultural and communicative context.                               x    x                x
            Students will continue to acquire knowledge of the cultures of
            the Spanish-speaking countries and Hispanic groups in the
            United States through writing, reading and discussing short
          2 cultural and literary texts.                                   x       x       x

            Students will acquire geographical and cultural knowledge of
          3 Spanish-speaking countries in Central and South America.           x   x       x


SPAN        The students will be able to recognize the impact that the
141       1 history of the Hispanic culture has brought to our society

            Compare and contrast the cultural differences of the
SPAN        particular selected country against the general backdrop of
145       1 Spanish and Latin American cultures                                                x   x


            The student will be able to understand the target language in
            simple everyday situations in this field about: Simple
            greetings; Basic personal information; Basic information
SPAN        about traffic situations; Descriptions of persons and vehicles;
160 A-C   1 Other specific situations in this field                         x      x   x   x
            The student will derive meaning from authentic simple
          2 written material in target language                             x      x   x   x
            The student will use the target language well enough to be
            able to function in everyday situations in this field about:
            Simple greetings; Basic personal information; Basic
            information about traffic situations; Descriptions of persons
            and vehicles; Basic instructions; Other specific situations in
          3 this field                                                      x      x   x   x

            The student will use the target language to communicate in
            writing limited basic practical writing needs using lists, short
          4 messages, short reports about situations in this field             x   x   x   x


            The student will be able to understand the target language in
            simple everyday situations in this field about: Emergencies;
SPAN        Missing persons; Child Abuse; Domestic violence; Other
161 A-C   1 situations specific to this field                             x        x   x   x
            The student will derive meaning from authentic simple
          2 written material in target language                           x        x   x   x

            The student will use the target language well enough to be
            able to function in simple everyday situations in this field
            about: Emergencies; Missing persons; Child Abuse; Domestic
          3 violence; Other situations specific to this field                  x   x   x   x

            The student will use the target language to communicate in
            writing limited basic practical writing needs using lists, short
          4 messages, basic reports about common situations in this field x        x   x   x
            The student will be able to understand the target language in
            simple everyday situations in this field about: Simple
            greetings; Basic personal information; Symptoms of diseases;
SPAN        Inquiries about procedures; Common illnesses and health
170 A-C   1 problems; Other specific situations in this field             x        x   x   x
            The student will derive meaning from authentic simple
          2 written material in target language                           x        x   x   x

            The student will use the target language well enough to be
            able to function in everyday situations in this field about:
            Simple greetings; Basic personal information; Symptoms of
            diseases; Basic instructions to patients; Common illnesses and
          3 health problems; Other specific situations in this field       x       x   x   x

            The student will use the target language to communicate in
            writing limited basic practical writing needs using lists, short
          4 messages, medical forms about situations in this field.            x   x   x   x


            The student will be able to understand the target language in
            simple everyday situations in this field about: Information
            about physical exams; Children’s and adolescents’ health
SPAN        problems; Inquiries about tests and surgeries; Other specific
171 A-C   1 situations in this field                                      x        x   x   x
            The student will derive meaning from authentic simple
          2 written material in target language                           x        x   x   x

            The student will use the target language well enough to be
            able to function in everyday situations in this field about:
            Information about physical exams; Children’s and
            adolescents’ health problems; Information about tests and
          3 surgeries ; Other specific situations in this field                x   x   x   x

            The student will use the target language to communicate in
            writing limited basic practical writing needs using lists, short
          4 messages, medical forms about situations in this field             x   x   x   x


SPAN        Be familiar with working together with people from Spanish
196 A-D   1 speaking countries;                                                                x   x   x
            understand a variety of Spanish speakers in different
          2 situations and apply classroom knowledge;                                          x   x   x

            be able to speak the language intelligibly with greater fluency,
          3 accuracy, and increasingly extensive vocabulary;                                   x   x   x
            be able to use the language more spontaneously and with
          4 greater self-esteem;                                                               x   x   x
            Be more comfortable with work ethics, customs, and
          5 mentality of Spanish natives;                                                      x   x   x
            have strengthened the resume/employability in this specific
          6 field;                                                                             x   x   x
          7 have developed better community awareness.                                         x   x   x
SPAN
199    1 Complete individual study, research, or projects in education
         Participate in conference sessions with the instructor of
       2 record

         Develop the skills necessary to work independently (including
       3 self-monitoring, time management, and resource acquisition).

         The student will show increasing ability to narrate and
         describe in past, present and future time in Spanish about:
SPAN     House and chores; Plans for the future; Environment;
220    1 Personal opinions and desires                                   x

         READING : Comprehend and analyze increasingly more
SPAN     complex, authentic texts, such as newspaper articles, essays
221    1 and short works of literature                                  x    x   x   x   x
       2 WRITING: Describe and narrate in paragraph form                x    x   x   x   x
         SPEAKING: Speak intelligibly with greater fluency and
         accuracy with a native speaker, showing generally fair control
         of most syntactic patterns and convey meaning accurately
       3 most of the time in standard Spanish                           x    x   x   x   x

         Show generally fair control of most basic syntactic patterns
SPAN     and convey meaning accurately most of the time in simple
250    1 standard Spanish                                                x


         Express personal meaning by creating with the language, in
         part by combining and recombining known elements and
         conversational input to make utterances of sentence length
         and some strings of sentences. Their speech may contain
         pauses, reformulations and self-corrections as they search for
SPAN     adequate vocabulary and appropriate language forms to
251    1 express themselves.                                            x

SPAN     Complete individual and/or group study, research, or projects
299    1 in education                                                                        x
       2 Participate in classroom discussions                                                x

         Develop the skills necessary to work independently and in
         groups (including self-monitoring, time management,
       3 interpersonal skills, and resource acquisition).                                    x
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COURSE #    SLO                                                                        Spring 2009   Fall 2009   Spring 2010



                    The students will use the target language well enough to be
                    able to function in simple everyday situations with a
                    sympathetic speaker about the following topics: Self, family,
                    home and possessions; School / work; Interests, hobbies,
SPAN 120          1 talents, leisure time activities and sports; Weather; Clothing     ASP

                    The student will be able to understand the target language in
                    simple everyday conversations about: Self, family, home and
                    possessions; School / work; Interests, hobbies, talents, leisure
                  2 time activities and sports; Weather; Clothing
                    The student will derive meaning from simple written material
                  3 in the target language

                    The student will use the target language to communicate in
                    writing short texts for limited practical needs, such as
                    postcards, short messages, dialogs or descriptions about
                  4 common elements of daily life

                    The students will use the target language well enough to be
                    able to function in simple everyday situations about the
SPAN 120A         1 following topics: Self, family, ; School / work

                    The students will use the target language well enough to be
                    able to function in simple everyday situations about the
SPAN 120B         1 following topics: Self, family, ; School / work

                    The student will use Spanish well enough to be able to
                    function in everyday situations about: clothing; daily routine;
SPAN 121          1 food and holidays; health and illnesses                            ASP

                    Students will learn the structures of normative Spanish
                    through the systematic study of grammar rules in a cultural
SPAN 122          1 and communicative context.                                                       ASP
                    Students will acquire knowledge of the cultures of the
                    Spanish-speaking countries and Hispanic groups in the United
                    States through writing, reading and discussing short cultural
                  2 and literary texts.
                    Students will be able to correctly identify on a map the
                  3 countries and capitals of the Spanish-speaking world.


                    Students will continue to learn the structures of normative
                    Spanish through the systematic study of grammar rules in a
SPAN 123          1 cultural and communicative context.

                    Students will continue to acquire knowledge of the cultures of
                    the Spanish-speaking countries and Hispanic groups in the
                    United States through writing, reading and discussing short
                  2 cultural and literary texts.
             Students will acquire geographical and cultural knowledge of
           3 Spanish-speaking countries in Central and South America.



             The students will be able to recognize the impact that the         ASP, AER
SPAN 141   1 history of the Hispanic culture has brought to our society         (F08)

             Compare and contrast the cultural differences of the
             particular selected country against the general backdrop of
SPAN 145   1 Spanish and Latin American cultures


             The student will be able to understand the target language in
             simple everyday situations in this field about: Simple
             greetings; Basic personal information; Basic information
SPAN 160     about traffic situations; Descriptions of persons and vehicles;
A-C        1 Other specific situations in this field
             The student will derive meaning from authentic simple
           2 written material in target language
             The student will use the target language well enough to be
             able to function in everyday situations in this field about:
             Simple greetings; Basic personal information; Basic
             information about traffic situations; Descriptions of persons
             and vehicles; Basic instructions; Other specific situations in
           3 this field

             The student will use the target language to communicate in
             writing limited basic practical writing needs using lists, short
           4 messages, short reports about situations in this field


             The student will be able to understand the target language in
             simple everyday situations in this field about: Emergencies;
SPAN 161     Missing persons; Child Abuse; Domestic violence; Other
A-C        1 situations specific to this field
             The student will derive meaning from authentic simple
           2 written material in target language

             The student will use the target language well enough to be
             able to function in simple everyday situations in this field
             about: Emergencies; Missing persons; Child Abuse; Domestic
           3 violence; Other situations specific to this field

             The student will use the target language to communicate in
             writing limited basic practical writing needs using lists, short
           4 messages, basic reports about common situations in this field
             The student will be able to understand the target language in
             simple everyday situations in this field about: Simple
             greetings; Basic personal information; Symptoms of diseases;
SPAN 170     Inquiries about procedures; Common illnesses and health
A-C        1 problems; Other specific situations in this field
             The student will derive meaning from authentic simple
           2 written material in target language

             The student will use the target language well enough to be
             able to function in everyday situations in this field about:
             Simple greetings; Basic personal information; Symptoms of
             diseases; Basic instructions to patients; Common illnesses and
           3 health problems; Other specific situations in this field

             The student will use the target language to communicate in
             writing limited basic practical writing needs using lists, short
           4 messages, medical forms about situations in this field.


             The student will be able to understand the target language in
             simple everyday situations in this field about: Information
             about physical exams; Children’s and adolescents’ health
SPAN 171     problems; Inquiries about tests and surgeries; Other specific
A-C        1 situations in this field
             The student will derive meaning from authentic simple
           2 written material in target language

             The student will use the target language well enough to be
             able to function in everyday situations in this field about:
             Information about physical exams; Children’s and
             adolescents’ health problems; Information about tests and
           3 surgeries ; Other specific situations in this field

             The student will use the target language to communicate in
             writing limited basic practical writing needs using lists, short
           4 messages, medical forms about situations in this field

SPAN 196     Be familiar with working together with people from Spanish
A-D        1 speaking countries;
             understand a variety of Spanish speakers in different
           2 situations and apply classroom knowledge;

             be able to speak the language intelligibly with greater fluency,
           3 accuracy, and increasingly extensive vocabulary;
             be able to use the language more spontaneously and with
           4 greater self-esteem;
             Be more comfortable with work ethics, customs, and
           5 mentality of Spanish natives;
             have strengthened the resume/employability in this specific
           6 field;
           7 have developed better community awareness.
SPAN 199   1 Complete individual study, research, or projects in education
             Participate in conference sessions with the instructor of
           2 record

             Develop the skills necessary to work independently (including
           3 self-monitoring, time management, and resource acquisition).

             The student will show increasing ability to narrate and
             describe in past, present and future time in Spanish about:
             House and chores; Plans for the future; Environment;
SPAN 220   1 Personal opinions and desires                                    ASP

             READING : Comprehend and analyze increasingly more
             complex, authentic texts, such as newspaper articles, essays
SPAN 221   1 and short works of literature
           2 WRITING: Describe and narrate in paragraph form
             SPEAKING: Speak intelligibly with greater fluency and
             accuracy with a native speaker, showing generally fair control
             of most syntactic patterns and convey meaning accurately
           3 most of the time in standard Spanish

             Show generally fair control of most basic syntactic patterns
             and convey meaning accurately most of the time in simple
SPAN 250   1 standard Spanish


             Express personal meaning by creating with the language, in
             part by combining and recombining known elements and
             conversational input to make utterances of sentence length
             and some strings of sentences. Their speech may contain
             pauses, reformulations and self-corrections as they search for
             adequate vocabulary and appropriate language forms to
SPAN 251   1 express themselves.

             Complete individual and/or group study, research, or projects
SPAN 299   1 in education
           2 Participate in classroom discussions

             Develop the skills necessary to work independently and in
             groups (including self-monitoring, time management,
           3 interpersonal skills, and resource acquisition).
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COURSE #    SLO                                                                        Spring 2009   Fall 2009   Spring 2010



                    The students will use the target language well enough to be
                    able to function in simple everyday situations with a
                    sympathetic speaker about the following topics: Self, family,
                    home and possessions; School / work; Interests, hobbies,
SPAN 120          1 talents, leisure time activities and sports; Weather; Clothing     ASP

                    The student will be able to understand the target language in
                    simple everyday conversations about: Self, family, home and
                    possessions; School / work; Interests, hobbies, talents, leisure
                  2 time activities and sports; Weather; Clothing
                    The student will derive meaning from simple written material
                  3 in the target language

                    The student will use the target language to communicate in
                    writing short texts for limited practical needs, such as
                    postcards, short messages, dialogs or descriptions about
                  4 common elements of daily life

                    The students will use the target language well enough to be
                    able to function in simple everyday situations about the
SPAN 120A         1 following topics: Self, family, ; School / work

                    The students will use the target language well enough to be
                    able to function in simple everyday situations about the
SPAN 120B         1 following topics: Self, family, ; School / work

                    The student will use Spanish well enough to be able to
                    function in everyday situations about: clothing; daily routine;
SPAN 121          1 food and holidays; health and illnesses                            ASP


                    Students will gain academic, formal knowledge, experience
                    and proficiency in normative Spanish by practicing writing,
SPAN 122          1 reading and discussing short cultural and literary texts.                        ASP
                    Students will learn the structures of normative Spanish
                    through the systematic study of grammar rules in a cultural
                  2 and communicative context.

                    Students will deepen knowledge of oral and written Spanish
                    and its practical usage in varying and diverse circumstances,
                    and with increased awareness of normative and non-
                  3 normative Spanish and regional dialect language usage.
                    Students will practice communication skills in normative
                    Spanish through oral participation in discussions of topics and ASP, AER
                  4 required oral presentations.                                    (F08)

                    Students will acquire knowledge of the cultures of the
                    Spanish-speaking countries and Hispanic groups in the United
                  5 States through readings, presentations and discussions.
             Students will be able to correctly identify on a map the
           6 countries and capitals of the Spanish-speaking world.

             Students will continue to gain academic, formal knowledge,
             experience and proficiency in normative Spanish by practicing
             writing, reading and discussing short cultural and literary
SPAN 123   1 texts.

             Students will continue to advance their knowledge of
             normative Spanish through the systematic study of grammar
           2 lessons in a cultural and communicative context.
             Students will continue gaining knowledge of oral and written
             Spanish and its practical usage in varying and diverse
             circumstances, and with increased awareness of normative
             and non-normative Spanish and regional dialect language
           3 usage.

             Students will practice communication skills in normative
             Spanish through oral participation in discussions of cultural
           4 topics and required oral presentations.                            AAR        ASP

             Students will acquire geographical and cultural knowledge of
           5 Spanish-speaking countries in Central and South America.



             The students will be able to recognize the impact that the         ASP, AER
SPAN 141   1 history of the Hispanic culture has brought to our society         (F08)

             Compare and contrast the cultural differences of the
             particular selected country against the general backdrop of
SPAN 145   1 Spanish and Latin American cultures


             The student will be able to understand the target language in
             simple everyday situations in this field about: Simple
             greetings; Basic personal information; Basic information
SPAN 160     about traffic situations; Descriptions of persons and vehicles;
A-C        1 Other specific situations in this field
             The student will derive meaning from authentic simple
           2 written material in target language
             The student will use the target language well enough to be
             able to function in everyday situations in this field about:
             Simple greetings; Basic personal information; Basic
             information about traffic situations; Descriptions of persons
             and vehicles; Basic instructions; Other specific situations in
           3 this field

             The student will use the target language to communicate in
             writing limited basic practical writing needs using lists, short
           4 messages, short reports about situations in this field
             The student will be able to understand the target language in
             simple everyday situations in this field about: Emergencies;
SPAN 161     Missing persons; Child Abuse; Domestic violence; Other
A-C        1 situations specific to this field
             The student will derive meaning from authentic simple
           2 written material in target language

             The student will use the target language well enough to be
             able to function in simple everyday situations in this field
             about: Emergencies; Missing persons; Child Abuse; Domestic
           3 violence; Other situations specific to this field

             The student will use the target language to communicate in
             writing limited basic practical writing needs using lists, short
           4 messages, basic reports about common situations in this field


             The student will be able to understand the target language in
             simple everyday situations in this field about: Simple
             greetings; Basic personal information; Symptoms of diseases;
SPAN 170     Inquiries about procedures; Common illnesses and health
A-C        1 problems; Other specific situations in this field
             The student will derive meaning from authentic simple
           2 written material in target language

             The student will use the target language well enough to be
             able to function in everyday situations in this field about:
             Simple greetings; Basic personal information; Symptoms of
             diseases; Basic instructions to patients; Common illnesses and
           3 health problems; Other specific situations in this field

             The student will use the target language to communicate in
             writing limited basic practical writing needs using lists, short
           4 messages, medical forms about situations in this field.


             The student will be able to understand the target language in
             simple everyday situations in this field about: Information
             about physical exams; Children’s and adolescents’ health
SPAN 171     problems; Inquiries about tests and surgeries; Other specific
A-C        1 situations in this field
             The student will derive meaning from authentic simple
           2 written material in target language

             The student will use the target language well enough to be
             able to function in everyday situations in this field about:
             Information about physical exams; Children’s and
             adolescents’ health problems; Information about tests and
           3 surgeries ; Other specific situations in this field

             The student will use the target language to communicate in
             writing limited basic practical writing needs using lists, short
           4 messages, medical forms about situations in this field
SPAN 196      Be familiar with working together with people from Spanish
A-D         1 speaking countries;
              understand a variety of Spanish speakers in different
            2 situations and apply classroom knowledge;

              be able to speak the language intelligibly with greater fluency,
            3 accuracy, and increasingly extensive vocabulary;
              be able to use the language more spontaneously and with
            4 greater self-esteem;
              Be more comfortable with work ethics, customs, and
            5 mentality of Spanish natives;
              have strengthened the resume/employability in this specific
            6 field;
            7 have developed better community awareness.



SPAN 199    1 Complete individual study, research, or projects in education
              Participate in conference sessions with the instructor of
            2 record

              Develop the skills necessary to work independently (including
            3 self-monitoring, time management, and resource acquisition).

              The student will show increasing ability to narrate and
              describe in past, present and future time in Spanish about:
              House and chores; Plans for the future; Environment;
SPAN 220    1 Personal opinions and desires                                      ASP

              LISTENING: Understand a variety of Spanish speakers in
SPAN 221    1 different situations
              LISTENING: Comprehend non technical everyday spoken
            2 Spanish
              LISTENING: Sustain understanding over longer stretches of
            3 connected discourse
              READING : Comprehend and analyze increasingly more
              complex, authentic texts, such as newspaper articles, essays
            4 and short works of literature

            5 READING : Derive meaning from texts at the next higher level
              WRITING: Write 2-3 page essays with greater creativity and
              accuracy on contemporary topics that require some critical
            6 thinking skills
            7 WRITING: Take notes in some detail on familiar topics
            8 WRITING: Describe and narrate in paragraph form
              WRITING: Writing is generally comprehensible to native
            9 speakers
              SPEAKING: Initiate and sustain conversations about topics
           10 beyond immediate and personal needs
              SPEAKING: Participate in everyday spoken Spanish and use
              appropriate idiomatic expressions and increasingly extensive
           11 vocabulary
              SPEAKING: Speak intelligibly with greater fluency and
           12 accuracy with a native speaker
              SPEAKING: Show generally fair control of most syntactic
              patterns and convey meaning accurately most of the time in
           13 standard Spanish
              SPEAKING: Present information in a structured form on
              diverse topics in standard Spanish to native and non-native
           14 speakers
              CULTURAL COMPETENCY: Identify and discuss differences and
              similarities between their own and the culture of Spanish
           15 speaking countries

              CULTURAL COMPETENCY: Compare and contrast Spanish
              culture to students’ native cultures to gain better
              understanding of and appreciation for the language, customs,
           16 attitudes and institutions of Spanish speaking countries
              CULTURAL COMPETENCY: Interact effectively within and
           17 across Spanish speaking cultures
              CULTURAL COMPETENCY: Differentiate between and compare
           18 different Spanish speaking cultures

              Show generally fair control of most basic syntactic patterns
              and convey meaning accurately most of the time in simple
SPAN 250    1 standard Spanish


              Express personal meaning by creating with the language, in
              part by combining and recombining known elements and
              conversational input to make utterances of sentence length
              and some strings of sentences. Their speech may contain
              pauses, reformulations and self-corrections as they search for
              adequate vocabulary and appropriate language forms to
SPAN 251    1 express themselves.

              Complete individual and/or group study, research, or projects
SPAN 299    1 in education
            2 Participate in classroom discussions

              Develop the skills necessary to work independently and in
              groups (including self-monitoring, time management,
            3 interpersonal skills, and resource acquisition).
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