Spanish Language & Culture: Communicating with Spanish Speakers (DEACTIVATED)

Arts and Humanities

Spanish Language & Culture: Communicating with Spanish Speakers (DEACTIVATED)
DEACTIVATED

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Spanish Language & Culture: Communicating with Spanish Speakers (DEACTIVATED)

Details

  • Academic Plan
    AT_0054
  • Cognate
    Arts and Humanities
  • Responsible Academic Unit
    Modern Languages and Literatures
    Contact Info
  • Recommended for
    Centered on the Spanish language and culture courses offered by MLL, this cognate covers the linguistic skills and cultural competencies needed to communicate within a Spanish-speaking environment and to interpret the cultural products of the Spanish-speaking world. The introductory and intermediate language courses teach oral and written communication and cover cultural practices and norms through examples from history, literature, and visual media. Thus they teach students how to communicate in the language and according to its cultural codes. The high intermediate and advanced courses engage students in the analysis and interpretation of themes and issues present in literature, film, and other cultural products from the Spanish-speaking world. The more advanced courses engage students in the analysis and interpretation of the workings of language itself and/or focus on specialized usage according to different contexts.
  • Required Courses
    Recommend for: All students.
  • Number of Groups: 3

Cognate Categories

Description

This cognate has been inactivated as of (6/27/2014). IT HAS BEEN REPLACED BY COGNATE AT_0056, SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE: COMMUNICATING WITH SPANISH SPEAKERS FOR 2nd LANGUAGE LEARNERS. (cognates.miami.edu/AT_0056)


Option Groups

Students must complete at least 3 courses for at least 9 credits.

*Indicates an inactive course

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