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SPAN 3150. Spanish Conversation (3-0-3) Prerequisite: SPAN 2002 or equivalent. Conducted in Spanish, this course offers students a series of progressive activities to raise the level of proficiency within the context of daily Hispanic culture. Supportive activities include grammar review and readings closely related to oral activities. Students belong in SPAN 3150-Conversation if the student received credit for SPAN 2002 (either at CSU or as a transfer, or by taking the CLEP exam or by taking the AP exam) or the student is a heritage speaker (the student learned Spanish at home as a child but it was a minority language in the society he/she grew up in). Competency levels may vary so if there are questions about placement, refer the student to MCL department or the student is a native speaker (the student learned Spanish at home as a child and it was an official language of the society. These students in most circumstances will have received formal education in the Spanish language as well). Note: if the heritage speaker student or if the native speaker student wishes credit for elementary and intermediate level Spanish courses to appear on their transcript without taking those courses, then the CLEP exam in Spanish should be taken to determine the amount of Spanish credit to be awarded.


SPAN 3160. Grammar and Composition (3-0-3) Prerequisite: SPAN 2002 or equivalent. Practice in writing letters, brief articles, themes, and reports. Review of selected segments of grammar. Students belong in SPAN 3160-Grammar and Composition if the student received credit for SPAN 2002 (either at CSU or as a transfer, or by taking the CLEP exam or by taking the AP exam) or the student is a heritage speaker (the student learned Spanish at home as a child but it was a minority language in the society he/she grew up in). Competency levels may vary so if there are questions about placement, refer the student to MCL department or the student is a native speaker (the student learned Spanish at home as a child and it was an official language in the society he/she grew up in. These students in most circumstances will have received formal education in the Spanish language as well). The student is a native speaker (the student learned Spanish at home as a child and it was an official language of the society. These students in most circumstances will have received formal education in the Spanish language as well). Note: if the heritage speaker student or if the native speaker student wishes credit for elementary and intermediate level Spanish courses to appear on their transcript without taking those courses, then the CLEP exam in Spanish should be taken to determine the amount of Spanish credit to be awarded.