KSU SPAN 4456 - Syllabus (5 pages)

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Kennesaw State University
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Span 4456 - Advanced Grammar & Linguistics
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Department of Foreign Languages SPAN 4456 Advanced Grammar and Linguistics FALL 2007 Students are responsible for downloading syllabi at the beginning of each semester I INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION Dr Neysa Figueroa Office Pilcher 149 Office hours MW 1 2pm or by appointment Telephone 770 499 3367 E mail nfiguero kennesaw edu II CLASS INFORMATION SPAN 4456 01 MW 3 30 4 45pm English Bldg 241 III REQUIRED TEXTS Azevedo Milton M 2005 Introducci n a la ling stica espa ola 2nd ed New Jersey Pearson Gonz lez Fl res Francisca 2005 Workbook for Introducci n a la ling stica espa ola 2nd ed New Jersey Pearson IV CATALOG DESCRIPTION Prerequisite SPAN 3302 and SPAN 3303 Advanced study of grammar from a linguistic perspective Provides an overview of phonetics phonology morphology and syntax Exposes students to dialectical variations of the Spanish speaking world Stresses development of oral proficiency Course taught in Spanish V STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES This course will contribute to the attainment of the following general GSLO and specific SSLO student learning outcomes of the B A in Modern Language Culture ML C GSLO ML C 1 LANGUAGE LINGUISTICS COMPARISONS Learners are proficient in using the target language are familiar with the target language system and seek opportunities to further develop their skills and knowledge Knowledge Skills Attitudes SSLO ML C 1a Demonstrating Language Proficiency Learners demonstrate a high level of proficiency in the target language and they seek opportunities to strengthen their proficiency Knowledge Skills Attitudes To address this outcome learners will a participate in class discussions on abstract topics appropriate to the course content b present oral and written arguments using advanced grammatical structures producing language comprehensible to native speakers unaccustomed to dealing with non native speakers c understand main ideas and most supporting details of written discourse in areas appropriate to the course content d demonstrate an



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