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Romano Sanchez-Dominguez
Romano Sanchez-Dominguez

Romano Sanchez-Dominguez

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Teaching Schedule

Written by Romano Sanchez-Dominguez

Fall 2015

SPAN100Elementary Spanish I

Prerequisite: The student must be able to speak and read English. Not open to students with native ability in Spanish or those who have studied in a Spanish speaking country. (See SPAN 220). For additional oral practice, concurrent enrollment in SPAN 113 is recommended. The beginning Spanish course is based on a contrastive analysis between Spanish and English and is designed to develop in the English-speaking student rudimentary abilities in the four basic language skills: hearing, speaking, reading, and writing. The main emphasis is on the present tense of both regular and irregular verbs. The student will be familiarized with those features of Hispanic culture through authentic language and cultural products, which reflect the different frame of reference from which the native speaker of Spanish views the world. The class is conducted in Spanish. (C-ID SPAN 100) (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10413ALLSHWLTuesday
Thursday
Start Time: 6:30 PM
End Time: 9:00 PM
Building: 400
Room: 404
Enrolled: 22
Available: 6
Class begins: 2015-08-17, Class ends: 2015-12-11

SPAN110Elementary Spanish II

A continuation of SPAN 100 with the main emphasis on the imperfect, preterit, and the present perfect forms for both regular and irregular verbs. The course continues teaching language acquisition in a cultural context through the four basic language skills: hearing, speaking, reading, and writing. Not open to students with native fluency in Spanish and to those students who have studied in a Spanish Speaking country. Course is conducted in Spanish. (See SPAN 220) (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10415ALLSHWLFriday
Start Time: 8:30 AM
End Time: 10:10 AM
Building: 2600
Room: 2600
Enrolled: 26
Class begins: 2015-08-21, Class ends: 2015-08-21

SPAN200Intermediate Spanish I

Prerequisite: The student must be able to speak and read English. The student can be successful in SPAN 200 only after having achieved all of the minimal performance objectives specified for both SPAN 100 and SPAN 110. Either a recent course in SPAN 110 or a recent 3 year high school Spanish course with good retention should enable the student to succeed in SPAN 200. A continuation of SPAN 110 covering the uses of all Spanish tenses with special emphasis on the subjunctive and imperative modes. This course requires the use of increasingly complex language structures and vocabulary to develop the functional competence required to communicate beyond survival needs and to discuss and express opinions on abstract topics related to the arts, lifestyle, linguistics, and literature at the intermediate level. (CSU) (UC credit limited. See a counselor.)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10418ALLSHWLFriday
Start Time: 10:15 AM
End Time: 12:10 PM
Building: 2600
Room: 2600
Enrolled: 29
Available: -1
Class begins: 2015-12-11, Class ends: 2015-12-11

SPAN220Spanish for Heritage Speakrs I

Prerequisite: Spanish speaking fluency, native or near-native or 3 years of high school Spanish. The course is designed for heritage speakers of Spanish or other linguistically qualified students. The course provides instruction that builds upon the four basic language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing; placing emphasis on acquiring proficiency using formal Spanish at the intermediate level. The course also focuses on language challenges particular to Heritage and Native speakers such as orthography, the inappropriate mix of English and Spanish, and contrasts between standard Spanish and regional variations. Emphasis will be on the indicative tenses: present, preterit, imperfect, and future. These skills will be explored through reading in the contemporary culture of Spain, Latin America, and the Spanish speaking communities in the United States - Mexican, Cuban, Puerto Rican, and Central American. (C-ID SPAN 220) (CSU) (UC credit limited. See a counselor.)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10423ALLSHWLTuesday
Thursday
Start Time: 10:15 AM
End Time: 12:45 PM
Building: 2100
Room: 2139
Enrolled: 30
Available: -2
Class begins: 2015-08-17, Class ends: 2015-12-11

SPAN220Spanish for Heritage Speakrs I

Prerequisite: Spanish speaking fluency, native or near-native or 3 years of high school Spanish. The course is designed for heritage speakers of Spanish or other linguistically qualified students. The course provides instruction that builds upon the four basic language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing; placing emphasis on acquiring proficiency using formal Spanish at the intermediate level. The course also focuses on language challenges particular to Heritage and Native speakers such as orthography, the inappropriate mix of English and Spanish, and contrasts between standard Spanish and regional variations. Emphasis will be on the indicative tenses: present, preterit, imperfect, and future. These skills will be explored through reading in the contemporary culture of Spain, Latin America, and the Spanish speaking communities in the United States - Mexican, Cuban, Puerto Rican, and Central American. (C-ID SPAN 220) (CSU) (UC credit limited. See a counselor.)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10425ALLSHWLMonday
Wednesday
Start Time: 10:15 AM
End Time: 12:45 PM
Building: 3100
Room: 3111
Enrolled: 28
Available: 0
Class begins: 2015-08-17, Class ends: 2015-12-11

Summer 2015

SPAN220Bilingual Spanish I

Prerequisite: Spanish speaking fluency, native or near-native or 3 years of high school Spanish. The course is designed to develop in the student the four basic language skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing with a constant comparison between Spanish and English usage. Emphasis will be on the indicative tenses: present, preterit, imperfect, and future. These skills will be explored through reading in the contemporary culture of Spain, Latin America, and the Spanish speaking communities in the United States - Mexican, Cuban, Puerto Rican, and Sephardic. (CSU) (UC credit limited. See a counselor.)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
30083ALLSHWLMonday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Start Time: 8:30 AM
End Time: 12:05 PM
Building: 400
Room: 402
Enrolled: 19
Class begins: 2015-06-29, Class ends: 2015-07-30