Welcome to Spanish 2201 Internet, Intermediate Spanish I. This course continues to develop the ability to speak, understand, read, and write Spanish in a cultural and communicative context. Spanish 2201 Internet is for students who have successfully completed Spanish 1102 or equivalent, or 2 yrs. high school Spanish, or consent of instructor. This is a four-credit hour course that may not be repeated for credit.
Spanish 2201 Internet never meets in the classroom; all coursework and exams are completed online.
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to demonstrate a basic knowledge of:
Although learning Spanish via the Internet provides maximum flexibility, it is by no means a short cut to acquiring the language. Estimates are difficult due to the complex nature of language acquisition; however, the most successful students need to dedicate at least 8 to 10 hours a week to this course -- double that time during an intensive course sequence, such as the summer 8 week program.
Online learning study takes discipline and dedication. You are responsible for pacing your work throughout the semester and meeting all important due dates and deadlines. The most successful online learning students adhere to the course calendar due dates provided by the instructor and follow it faithfully. If you have never taken an Internet course before, please visit Succeeding in Internet Courses.
You will have technical and hardware requirements for Blackboard and the Maestro Supersite, which is the digital platform for your virtual textbook. Click the links below, and read about the requirements and compatibility issues. You will need a webcam, microphone and working speakers on your computer for this course.
Technical requirements for Blackboard:
Technical requirements for Maestro Supersite:
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For questions about the course, please contact the instructor. We look
forward to your enrollment in Spanish 2201 Intermediate Spanish I via the
Internet. You will improve your speaking, reading, writing and
listening skills and acquire a plethora of cultural knowledge related to the