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SPAN 210: Elementary Spanish.

MW SPRING 2014 Instructor/a: E-mail: Oficina: ________ Aquia Building Horas de oficina & Tutoría: _____________

DEPARTMENT OF MODERN AND CLASSICAL LANGUAGES GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY (703) 993-1220

COURSE DESCRIPTION SPAN 210 is a three-credit semester course for intermediate students of Spanish who have completed Span 110, Span 115 successfully, or have taken the placement exam. This course completes the basic language requirement for most majors in CHSS and COS. Span 210 is designed to help students further develop basic listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in Spanish and to provide them with an introduction to the various cultures of the Spanish-speaking world. In this course, students will: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. synthesize the acquired vocabulary and sentence structures to broaden oral and written comprehension; strengthen their ability to express ideas orally and in writing with an appropriate level of grammatical accuracy and fluency focusing on both presentational and interpersonal modes of communication; demonstrate a certain level of knowledge and critical understanding of the products, practices and perspectives of the Spanish-speaking world; understand speech used by native speakers; Increase their ability to find resources, information and other tools to continue the study of the language.

PLACEMENT If you have never studied Spanish or have had less than 2 years of Spanish in high school AND have not learned Spanish outside of the classroom (e.g, by speaking Spanish at home, by living in a Spanish-speaking country) have taken 2 years or more of Spanish in high school AND have not learned Spanish outside of the classroom (e.g, by speaking Spanish at home, by living in a Spanishspeaking country) have learned Spanish outside of the classroom (e.g, by speaking Spanish at home, by living in a Spanish-speaking country) have completed one year of college Spanish or have tested into 3rd semester on the GMU placement test or the SAT-2 have tested into 4th semester on the GMU placement test or the SAT-2 have completed the equivalent of 101 at another college You must take Span 110

The placement test or Span 115 The placement test or Span 315* Span 210 Span 250 The placement test or Span 115

* Span 315, Spanish for Heritage Speakers, is aimed at students who have learned the Spanish language at home with or without previous formal instruction.

Information about the Foreign Language Placement Testing available @ http://mcl.gmu.edu/placement-testing MATERIALS A. Required th 1. Dos Mundos. 7 Ed. McGraw Hill (with code access to the e-workbook) ISBN: 978-0-07-338521-1 (With nd used textbooks, the code needs to be purchased separately). You will need a 2 code that is made available by your instructor. Please note that students are only to use the students’ edition. If you notice you have purchased the instructor’s edition by mistake, please return it immediately to the selle r. B. Highly recommended 1. A good Spanish-English dictionary such as the Merriam-Webster's Spanish-English Dictionary.
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2. 3.

501 Spanish Verbs with CD-ROM and Audio CD (501 Verb Series) [Paperback] by Christopher Kendris (2010) The publisher’s Website with online quizzes, digital flash -cards, etc. that students can use as self-tests: http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0073385212/student_view0/ (A link is available from the Basic Spanish Page).

COURSE REQUIREMENTS 1. PREPARATION & PARTICIPATION: 20%

Classes will be conducted in Spanish, and active participation is a major requirement. The participation grade is not earned by just coming to class. Students need to participate and demonstrate they are fully prepared and have completed all assignments for the class. Furthermore, students must volunteer to participate and not expect to be called on by the instructor. Students absent on any given day will receive a zero grade for participation for that day. It is the student’s responsibility to find out about assignments from a classmate, so exchanging email addresses with at least two classmates during the first week of class is highly recommended. Participation will be recorded daily, and an average will be entered every two or three weeks, with a total of four grades spread out throughout the semester. Students will frequently be asked to work in pairs or small groups, and are expected to make every attempt to communicate in Spanish. Classwork will include activities such as role play, oral and written questions and answers, small group/pair work, discussions, and activities from the textbook. In order to prepare for class, students are asked to complete the assigned exercises from the Dos mundos textbook and check their answers in the answer key at the end of the book. If any questions arise when you compare the answer key to your own results, it is important that you mention this to your instructor and ask for clarification. The homework from these “blue pages” may be collected by your instructor. It is also important that you review the vocabulary lists from your Dos mundos textbook on the days they are assigned. From time to time, your instructor may also give you announced or unannounced short quizzes on the assigned material for the day to assess your preparation for class. As with any other skill, learning a language requires a lot of practice. Therefore, it is highly recommended that students spend 3-5 hours per week of preparation outside of class. 2. CENTRO (ONLINE HOMEWORK): 15% Work from the CENTRO online workbook to be done outside of class will be assigned on a weekly basis. Your instructor will assign the exercises, which will be due on Sundays by midnight. NOTE: No late homework will be accepted. PLEASE, do not request to have your Centro homework graded once the semester is finished. 3. COMPOSITIONS: 15% There will be three in-class compositions focusing on the topics and grammar-structures discussed in class. Your instructor will assign the topic on the same day of the composition, and it will include the material discussed in class up to that day. As the in-class composition is meant to assess what you have learned, the use of the textbook or dictionaries is not allowed. In this course, composition writing involves two steps: 1. In-class first draft (70%), 2. Typed final draft (30%). Both drafts should be submitted (stapled) when the final draft is due. A grading rubric is available at http://spanish.gmu.edu/basic-spanish-program/rubrics-guidelines Presentation of final drafts: All graded assignments must be typed according to the following guidelines:     Include as a header on the first page: name, course number, the date and a title in Spanish. Use font Times New Roman 12 pt. and one-inch margins all around. One and a half-space the text and use standard 8 ½ by 11 paper and legible black ink. Write the number of words at the end of your composition.

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 Do not submit a paper without accents. While typing your work, if you have a PC you can use: á = alt + 160 ü = alt + 129 é = alt + 130 ñ = alt + 164 í = alt + 161 ¡ = alt + 173 ó = alt + 162 ¿ = alt + 168 ú = alt + 163 Mac Users: Hold down the Option key, and while holding it down, type the letter e; then release those keys and type the letter that you want the accent to appear on: á = Opt + e, then a é = Opt + e, then e í = Opt + e, then I ó = Opt + e, then o ú = Opt + e, then u ñ = Opt + n, then n ü = Opt + u, then u ¡ = Opt + 1 ¿ = Opt + shift + ? 4. CHAPTER EXAMS: 25% There will be three chapter-exams. The dates are included in the calendar below. The exams cannot be made up for unless they are missed due to an emergency, in which case you need to provide documentation to be allowed to take the exam on a different date. 5. ORAL ASSESSMENT: 10% Students’ speaking skills will be formally assessed by means of two role-playing activities in groups of three or four. On the specified date (see calendar), students will submit the names of the group participants and the chosen topic. The instructor will provide a list of possible topics to be considered; students can contribute ideas as well. In all cases, the oral-performance assessment should reflect class discussions and grammar/vocab. items studied so far. Students are encouraged to rehearse out of class. However, no notes will be allowed during these assignments as they are meant to be as spontaneous as possible as opposed to a prepared speech by each student. The first role-play will be on the spot whereas there is the option (at the instructor’s discretion) to video-tape the second one. A grading rubric will be made available on Blackboard shortly. 6. FINAL EXAM: 15% The final exam will assess all the grammar sections covered throughout the semester, and the vocabulary and culture topics dealt with in the last few chapters. There is a specific date for the final exam (see the schedule below). Therefore, plan beforehand. In case of an emergency, the student who has not taken the final exam will receive an Incomplete in the class, and both the instructor and the language coordinator need to be notified. If the instructor has not been notified of the emergency, the grade will be a zero. ASSESSMENT The progress made by students in this class will be evaluated according to the following criteria: Assignments % Grade scale
(for final letter grade for the class)

1. Attendance, preparation & participation 2. Homework (Online CENTRO assignments) 3. Compositions (3 x 2 drafts) 4. Chapter exams (3) 5. Oral presentations (2) 6. Final exam

20% 15% 15% 25% 10% 15%

A+ A AB+ B BC+ C

98-100 93-97 90-92 87-89 83-86 80-82 77-79 73-76

CD F

70-72 60-69 0-59

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MAKE-UPS No make-ups are allowed for exams, oral examinations, in-class compositions, oral presentations, or any other graded assignment in this course. In the event of a medical emergency or other extreme situation, each case will be discussed on an individual basis. In such a case, you must notify your instructor in advance by electronic mail, or by calling the Department of Modern and Classical Languages (703) 993-1220. NOTE that oversleeping, travel plans, parking trouble and similar situations are not valid emergency cases. Therefore, please make sure to plan ahead. CLASSROOM ETIQUETTE To avoid disruption and to ensure a positive learning environment, the use of cell phones or any other electronic devices will not be allowed. Classes may not be recorded (audio or video) without the instructor’s consent. Learning a language requires rigorous discipline; for that reason, punctuality is a requirement in this course, and your grade will be penalized if you arrive late or leave early without prior instructor’s consent. GMU HONOR CODE Upon applying for admission, all Mason students sign a commitment to uphold the Honor code, and to “pledge not to cheat, plagiarize, steal, or lie in matters related to academic work.” All students are responsible for understanding the Honor Code, as well as for reporting any violations. For more information on the Honor Code and its requirements, the Academic Integrity Website: http://oai.gmu.edu Plagiarism, or the use of someone else’s words, ideas, sequence of ideas, or other intellectual or creative work without proper acknowledgement, constitutes an Honor code violation. All students are strongly encouraged to read the Writing Center’s online guide for avoiding plagiarism: http://writingcenter.gmu.edu/?p=499. In this course, you are NOT allowed to have a native speaker or a more advanced student correct your homework or compositions. If you have any doubts about the types of assistance that you are permitted to receive from others, ask your professor. Students who violate the Honor Code in this course will be reported to the Mason’s Honor Committee: (http://oai.gmu.edu) and should expect to receive an “F” in the course. George Mason University is committed to providing equal opportunity and an educational and work environment free from any discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or age. Mutual respect and civility of others will be considered an essential component of students’ participation in this class. GMU EMAIL ACCOUNTS: Students must activate their GMU email accounts to receive important University information, including messages related to this class. OFFICE OF DISABILITY SERVICES: If you are a student with a disability and you need academic accommodations, please inform your instructor and contact the Office of Disability Services (ODS- formerly DRS) at 993-2474. All academic accommodations must be arranged through the ODS. http://ods.gmu.edu OTHER USEFUL CAMPUS RESOURCES: Writing Center: http://writingcenter.gmu.edu University Libraries “Ask a Librarian”: http://library.gmu.edu/mudge/IM/IMRef.html Career Services: http://careers.gmu.edu/ Learning Services: SUBI Room 3129, 703-993-2999, http://caps.gmu.edu/learningservices Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS): 703-993-2380, http://caps.gmu.edu Tutoring Support: http://mcl.gmu.edu/resource-page/tutoring Student Health Services: SUBI, Room 2300, 703-993-2135, http://shs.gmu.edu UNIVERSITY POLICIES AND CATALOG: The University Catalog, http://catalog.gmu.edu, is the central resource for university policies affecting student, faculty, and staff conduct in university affairs. For university policies, please visit http://universitypolicy.gmu.edu

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INCLEMENT WEATHER: In case of inclement weather, the Basic Spanish Program follows GMU procedures. Note that assignments might have to be completed via Blackboard. In that case, your instructor will get in touch with you via email, if possible. IMPORTANT DATES: The following dates are for full semester courses only. For add/drop deadlines for courses that meet less than a full semester, see Non-standard Sections Dates. January 1 Day of Week Martin Luther King Day (no classes) First day of classes; last day to submit Domicile Reclassification Application; Payment Due Date; full semester waitlists removed Summer 2014 Graduation Intent Available via Patriot Web Last day to add classes—all individualized section forms due Last day to drop with no tuition penalty Last day to drop with a 33% tuition penalty Final Drop Deadline (67% tuition penalty) Last day to file your Spring 2014 Graduation Intent Immunization Record Deadline Midterm progress reporting period (100-200 level classes)—grades available via Patriot Web Selective Withdrawal Period (undergraduate students only) Spring Break Incomplete work from Fall 2013 due to Instructor Incomplete grade changes from Fall 2013 due to Registrar Dissertation/Thesis Deadline Last day of classes * Reading Days Reading days provide students with additional study time for final examinations. Faculty may schedule optional study sessions, but regular classes or exams may not be held. Exam Period (beginning at 7:30 a.m.) Commencement and Degree Conferral Date Wednesday Mon Jan 20 Tue Jan 21 Mon Jan 27 Tues Jan 28 Tues Feb 11 Fri Feb 21 Fri Feb 21 Sat Mar 1 Mon Feb 17 Fri Mar 21 Mon Feb 24 Fri Mar 28 Mon Mar 10 Sun Mar 16 Fri Mar 28 Fri Apr 4 Fri May 2 Mon May 5 Tue May 6 Wed May 7 Wed May 14 May 17

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Span 210. MW. CALENDAR OF THE COURSE (SUBJECT TO CHANGE) BEFORE CLASS DATE FROM: DOS MUNDOS All the activities on the assigned pages should be completed on paper. Read and do the exercises on all assigned pages. Correct the exercises before class according to the key in Appendix Four. CENTRO - Dos Mundos Online www.mhcentro.com DUE ON SUNDAY NIGHT. TWO ATTEMPTS WILL BE ALLOWED. Note to instructors: please, assign all “green” (machine graded) activities and at least two “red” (instructor graded) ones per chapter. IN CLASS The instructor will review the main items assigned for homework, and will select some of the communicative activities listed here to put them into practice.

SEMANA 1 Miérc., 22 de enero Bring book with code to class Read complete course description and calendar Create an account on http://mhcentro.com Introducción al curso, al libro y al programa de clase (syllabus) Repaso de los caps. 1-8. Intro Capítulo 9: “La niñez y la juventud” SEMANA 2 Tues. Jan 28- Last day to add classes— Last day to drop with no tuition penalty Lunes, 27 de enero Estudiar vocabulario, p.327 (index cards are recommended) 9.1 Parecerse y llevarse bien, pp.328-330 9.2 Preposiciones + pronombres, pp.330-331 9.3 El imperfecto, pp.331-333 9.4 El imperfecto y el pretérito, pp.334-336, 9.5 El imperfecto de ir + a + infinitivo, pp.336-337 CENTRO Capítulo 9 due Sunday, Feb. 2 by midnight Capítulo 9 Práctica comunicativa (El imperfecto) Actividades pp.312-317 Conversación, Act. 9, p.318 Capítulo 9 pp. 320-325 Repaso. Actividades comunicativas a elección del instructor.

Mierc., 29 de enero

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SEMANA 3 Lunes, 3 de feb. Estudiar para la composición 1 (150 palabras). (You may want to review instructions for compositions in your course description above) Estudiar vocabulario, p.363 10.1 El presente perfecto Estudiar vocabulario, p.363 COMPOSICIÓN 1: (150 palabras) 35 min. Capítulo 10: El presente perfecto: Intro

Miérc., 5 de feb.

CENTRO Capítulo 10 due Sunday, Feb. 9 by midnight

Leer Costa Rica, un país excepcional, pp.360-362, hacer ejercicio Comprensión de la p.362 y contestar las siguientes preguntas: ¿Qué ha aprendido sobre este país? ¿Le gustaría visitar Costa Rica? ¿Por qué sí? / ¿Por qué no? Piense en por lo menos 4 semejanzas y 4 diferencias entre Costa Rica y EE.UU. SEMANA 4 Tues., Feb 11: Last day to drop with a 33% tuition penalty Lunes, 10 de feb Estudiar vocabulario, pp.363-364 10.2 Exclamaciones, pp.365-368 10.3 Por/Para, pp.368-369 10.4 Adverbios, p.370 10.5 Más verbos como gustar, pp.370-371

Capítulo 10: “Nuestro planeta” ¡Conozca Puerto Rico! y ¡Conozca la Rep. Dominicana!, p.341 Actividades sobre el vocab. de la p.363 Costa Rica, un país excepcional, pp.360362

Capítulo 10: Conversación, practicar vocab., p.363 Práctica comunicativa (El presente perfecto y exclamaciones) pp.343-345 Actividades sobre el vocab. de las pp.363364 Conversación, Act. 6, p.347 Acts. 7, 9 y 10, pp.350-351 Repaso Comp.1, versión 2 (recoger) Repaso Caps. 9 y 10 Capítulo 11: “De viaje”: ¡Conozca Uruguay! y ¡Conozca Paraguay!, p.373

Mier., 12 de feb.

Comp.1, version 2. Submit both version 1 & 2 stapled Estudiar caps. 9 & 10 detenidamente

SEMANA 5 Tues., Feb. 21: Final Drop Deadline (67% tuition penalty) Midterm progress reporting period (100-200 level classes): Feb. 17-Mar. 21 Grades available via Patriot Web Lunes, 17 de feb Estudiar para el examen 1, caps. 9 y 10 EXAMEN 1– Caps. 9 y 10. 50 min. Intro Capítulo 11 Capítulo 11:

Miérc., 19 de feb.

Estudiar vocabulario, pp.396-397

CENTRO Capítulo 11 due

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11.1 Mandatos formales, pp.398-399 11.2 El presente del subjuntivo con querer y sugerir, pp.400-402 11.3 El presente del subjuntivo de verbos irregulares, pp.402-406

Sunday, Feb. 23 by midnight

Actividades sobre el vocabulario de las pp.396-397 Conversación, Act. 3, p.376 Práctica comunicativa (Mandatos formales) Act. 5, p.378 Los planes de viaje, pp.381-382 Práctica comunicativa: Presente del subjuntivo.

SEMANA 6 Feb. 24- Mar 28: Selective Withdrawal Period (undergraduate students only) Lunes, 24 de feb. Estudiar vocabulario, pp.396-397 Capítulo 11: Conversación, Act. 9, p.383 Actividades comunicativas a cargo del instructor usando el presente del subjuntivo con querer, sugerir, etc. Conversación, Act. 11, p.385 Repaso Role-play #1 (recoger lista) Capítulo 11: Los sitios turísticos, p.388 Práctica comunicativa (Diferencias entre el imperfecto y el pretérito) Conversación, usando dibujos, pp.388389, hablar de lo que estaba pasando (usen el pasado progresivo para describirlos)

Mier., 26 de feb.

Estudiar vocabulario, pp.396-397 11.4 El pasado progresivo, p.407 11.5 Diferencias entre el imperfecto y el pretérito, pp.408-409 Submit list of group members and description of Role-play #1.

SEMANA 7 Lunes, 3 de marzo Estudiar vocabulario, pp.431-433 Leer Ventanas culturales: La música, nuestra mejor medicina, p.418, contestar las preguntas de la p.418 y las siguientes: ¿Cuál es la importancia de la música para los seres humanos? ¿Está Ud. de acuerdo o no con la idea/ creencia que la música tiene un poder curativo? ¿Usa Ud. la música como terapia? ¿Cómo? Capítulo 12: “La salud y las emergencias”: ¡Conozca Chile!, p.411 Actividades sobre el vocabulario de las pp.431-433 El cuerpo humano, p.412 Conversación, Acts. 1, 2 y 3, p.413 Ventanas culturales: La música, nuestra mejor medicina, p.418 Conversación, Act. 8, p.417

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Mierc., 5 de marzo

Estudiar vocabulario, pp.431-433 12.1 El verbo haber, p.434 12.2 “Become/get” en español, pp.435-436 12.3 Pronombres del complemento indirecto con mandatos y el subjuntivo, pp.436-437

CENTRO Capítulo 12 due Sunday, March 9 by midnight

Capítulo 12: Las enfermedades y su tratamiento, p.415 Actividades 5 y 6, p.416 Práctica comunicativa (con el verbo haber y ponerse, hacerse, etc.) Práctica comunicativa (Pronombres del complemento indirecto con mandatos y el subjuntivo) Las visitas al médico, a la farmacia y al hospital, p.419 Act. 9, p.420

10-16 de marzo
SEMANA 9 Lunes, 17 de marzo 12.5 El pluscuamperfecto (presente perfecto), el imperfecto y el pretérito, pp.440-443 Estudiar para la composición 2

Spring Break

Miérc., 19 de marzo

Estudiar para el examen 2, caps. 11 y 12

Capítulo 12: Práctica comunicativa: El pluscuamperfecto, el imperfecto y el pretérito. COMPOSICIÓN 2: (200 palabras) 35 min. Repaso para el examen EXAMEN 2–Caps. 11 y 12. 50 min. Intro Capítulo 13

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SEMANA 10 Lunes, 24 de marzo Miérc., 26 de marzo Estudiar vocabulario, pp.463-464 13.3 Otros usos de por y para, pp.467-468 13.4 Pronombres del complemento indirecto, pp. 469-470. 13.5 Los pronombres del complemento directo e indirecto,pp.470473 CENTRO Capítulo 13 due Sunday, March 30 by midnight Capítulo 13: “De compras”: ¡Conozca Perú!, p.445 Capítulo 13: Actividades sobre el vocabulario de las pp.463-464 Los productos y los materiales, p.446 Acts. 1 & 2, pp.446-447 ROLE-PLAY #1 tener todo listo para practicar en clase Práctica comunicativa (Los pronombres del complemento directo e indirecto) Los precios, p.449 Comprando ropa, p.453 ROLE-PLAY #1: practicar en clase 50 min. SEMANA 11 Lunes, 31 de mar ROLE-PLAY #1 Comp. 2, version 2. Submit both version 1 & 2 stapled Miérc., 2 de abril ROLE-PLAY #1 ROLE-PLAY #1 Comp. 2, versión 2 (recoger) ROLE-PLAY #1 Cap. 13: Acts. 7, 9 y 10, pp.454-455 Las compras y el regateo, p.456 Conversación, Actividad 11, pp.456-457

SEMANA 12 Lunes, 7 de abril Estudiar vocabulario, pp.496-497 14.1 Pronombres recíprocos, pp.498-499 14.2 Ser vs. estar, pp.499-502 Capítulo 14: “La familia y los consejos”: ¡Conozca España!, p.475 Actividades sobre el vocabulario de las pp.496-497 La familia, las amistades y el matrimonio, p.476 Acts. pp.477-478 Conversación, Acts. 4 y 5, pp.478-479 Ejercicios de gramática (Pronombres

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recíprocos. Ser vs. Estar) Miérc., 9 de abril 14.3 Los mandatos familiares y formales, pp.502-505 14.4 Mandatos con el subjuntivo, pp.506-508 14.5 Más usos del subjuntivo, pp.509-511 CENTRO Capítulo 14 due Sunday, April 13 by midnight Capítulo 14: Práctica comunicativa (Los mandatos familiares y formales) Las instrucciones y los mandatos, pp.482483 Las órdenes, consejos y sugerencias, p.485- 487 Conversación, Acts. 9 y 10, p.484

SEMANA 13 Lunes, 14 de abril Miérc., 16 de abril SEMANA 14 Lunes, 21 de abril Estudiar para el examen 3, caps. 13 y 14 Estudiar para el examen 3, caps. 13 y 14 Repaso Caps. 13 y 14 EXAMEN 3 – Caps. 13 y 14. 50 min.

Submit list of group members and description of Role-play #2. Estudiar vocabulario, pp.536-537 15.1 El futuro, pp.538-539 15.2 El subjuntivo con cláusulas del tiempo, pp.539-541

Role-play #2 (recoger lista) Capítulo 15: “El porvenir”: ¡Conozca México!, p.513 Actividades sobre el vocabulario de las pp.536-537 Práctica comunicativa (El futuro) El futuro y las metas personales, p.514 Práctica comunicativa (Las cláusulas del tiempo) COMPOSICIÓN 3: (250 palabras) 35 min. Los estudiantes tienen el resto de la clase para practicar o grabar su conversación. Recuérdenles que no pueden leer. Deben practicar mucho.

Miérc., 23 de abril

Venir preparados a escribir Composición 3 (250 palabras) Role-play #2 venir preparados para practicar o grabar (videotape) la conversación. Traer elementos (props) para hacer el trabajo más interesante.

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SEMANA 15 Lunes 28 de abril Mierc. 30 de abril Role-play #2 Comp. 3, version 2. Submit both version 1 & 2 stapled. Role-play #2 Repaso para examen final (Caps. 9-15) Lunes 5 de mayo Last day of classes Repaso para examen final (Caps. 9-15) CENTRO Capítulo 15 due Sunday, May 4 by midnight Role-play #2 Comp. 3, versión 2 (recoger) Role-play #2 Repaso para examen final (Caps. 9-15). Repaso para examen final (Caps. 9-15). Actividades comunicativas a cargo del instructor.

FINAL EXAM: http://registrar.gmu.edu/calendars/2014spring/exams/ Instructors, please, specify date and time of your final exam: _______________________________________________

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