World Language: Spanish

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These listings are sourced from Curricunet, and some courses may not be offered every semester. For additional information, contact the academic department, speak with counseling or refer to the current Class Schedule and College Catalog.

SPA 1A - Beginning Spanish    ( 5.00 Units )
Introduction to the Spanish-speaking cultures of the world featuring the study and practice of the four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) of Spanish. Following an immersion instruction format, the class is entirely taught in the target world language of the selected course. May not receive credit credit if SPA 1A1 and/or 1A2 have been completed.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and use orally the grammatical structures presented and vocabulary assigned.
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and use in writing the grammatical structures presented and vocabulary assigned.
  3. Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the culture, including formative historical events and relevant geographical information.

SPA 1A1 - Beginning Spanish 1    ( 3.00 Units )
Introduction to the Spanish-speaking cultures of the world featuring the study and practice of the four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) of Spanish. Following an immersion instruction format, the class is entirely taught in the target world language of the selected course. May not receive credit if SPA 1A has been completed.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and use orally the grammatical structures presented and vocabulary assigned.
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and use in writing the grammatical structures presented and vocabulary assigned
  3. Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the culture, including formative historical events and relevant geographical information.

SPA 1A2 - Beginning Spanish 2    ( 3.00 Units )
Further study of the Spanish-speaking cultures of the world featuring the study and practice of the four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) of Spanish. Following an immersion instruction format, the class is entirely taught in the target world language of the selected course. May not receive credit if SPA 1A has been completed

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and use orally the grammatical structures presented and vocabulary assigned.
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and use in writing the grammatical structures presented and vocabulary assigned.
  3. Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the culture, including formative historical events and relevant geographical information.

SPA 1B - Elementary Spanish 1    ( 5.00 Units )
Further study of Spanish-speaking cultures of the world featuring the acquisition of the four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) of Spanish begun in Spanish 1A. Following an immersion instruction format, the class is entirely taught in the target world language of the selected course. May not receive credit if SPA 1B1 and/or 1B2 have been completed.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and use orally the grammatical structures presented and vocabulary assigned.
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and use in writing the grammatical structures presented and vocabulary assigned
  3. Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the culture, including formative historical events and relevant geographical information.

SPA 1B1 - Elementary Spanish 1    ( 3.00 Units )
Further study of Spanish-speaking cultures of the world featuring the acquisition of the four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) of Spanish begun in Spanish 1A2. Following an immersion instruction format, the class is entirely taught in the target world language of the selected course. May not receive credit if SPA 1B has been completed.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and use orally the grammatical structures presented and vocabulary assigned.
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and use in writing the grammatical structures presented and vocabulary assigned.
  3. Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the culture, including formative historical events and relevant geographical information.

SPA 1B2 - Elementary Spanish 2    ( 3.00 Units )
Continue study of Spanish-speaking cultures of the world featuring the acquisition of the four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) of Spanish begun in Spanish 1B1. Following an immersion instruction format, the class is entirely taught in the target world language of the selected course. May not receive credit if SPA 1B has been completed.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and use orally the grammatical structures presented and vocabulary assigned.
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and use in writing the grammatical structures presented and vocabulary assigned.
  3. Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the culture, including formative historical events and relevant geographical information.

SPA 2A - Intermediate Spanish    ( 4.00 Units )
Review of grammar; reading of works of modern authors; practice in conversation and composition. Following an immersion instruction format, the class is entirely taught in the target world language of the selected course.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and use orally the grammatical structures presented and vocabulary assigned.
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and use in writing the grammatical structures presented and vocabulary assigned
  3. Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the culture, including formative historical events and relevant geographical information.

SPA 2B - Advanced Spanish    ( 4.00 Units )
Reading of Hispanic authors; advanced review of grammar; emphasis on speaking and composition. Following an immersion instruction format, the class is entirely taught in the target world language of the selected course.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and use orally the grammatical structures presented and vocabulary assigned.
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and use in writing the grammatical structures presented and vocabulary assigned
  3. Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the culture, including formative historical events and relevant geographical information.

SPA 5 - Field Work Relations    ( 1.00 Units )
Practice of Spanish language in a real setting and involvement with local Hispanic culture through volunteer field work in a local Hispanic community organization. Three class meetings in addition to approximately 4 hours per week of volunteer work.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Student should be able to work with a diverse community population.
  2. Student shall be able to build a personal network of community contacts and describe the work of local organizations and/or school programs.
  3. Student should be able to discuss the importance of volunteerism and civic responsibility.
  4. Student should be able to relate their volunteer experience to their own classes and course of study at Chabot.

SPA 50A - Spanish Conversation and Culture I    ( 3.00 Units )
Development of a basic understanding of spoken Spanish through pronunciation, vocabulary, and applied grammar, and an introduction to the everyday culture of Spanish-speaking people. Following an immersion instruction format, the class is entirely taught in the target world language of the selected course.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Expands their appreciation of the culture by immersing themselves in different aspects of the culture.
  2. Introduction of vocabulary in interrogative and declarative sentences by using the present tense and the immediate future.
  3. Content: Written Presentation-Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the culture, including formative historical events and relevant geographical information.
  4. Critical thinking:  Written Presentation-Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the culture, including formative historical events and relevant geographical information.
  5. GRAMMAR: Written Presentation-Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the culture, including formative historical events and relevant geographical information.
  6. Vocabulary: Written Presentation-Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the culture, including formative historical events and relevant geographical information.

SPA 50B - Spanish Conversation and Culture II    ( 3.00 Units )
Development of skills learned in Spanish 50A. Understanding of spoken Spanish through pronunciation, vocabulary, and applied grammar. Further study of the life and culture of the Spanish-speaking people. Following an immersion instruction format, the class is entirely taught in the target world language of the selected course.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Expands their appreciation of the culture by immersing themselves in different aspects of the culture.
  2. Use with confidence the basic structures of the language with an active vocabulary of approximately 1,200 words in speech and writing.
  3. Content: Written Presentation-Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the culture, including formative historical events and relevant geographical information.
  4. GRAMMAR: Written Presentation-Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the culture, including formative historical events and relevant geographical information.
  5. Vocabulary: Written Presentation-Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the culture, including formative historical events and relevant geographical information.

SPA 50C - Spanish Conversation and Culture III    ( 3.00 Units )
Development of skills learned in Spanish 50B. Understanding of spoken Spanish through pronunciation, vocabulary, and applied grammar. Further study of the culture and everyday life activities of Spanish-speaking people. Following an immersion instruction format, the class is entirely taught in the target world language of the selected course.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Expands their appreciation of the culture by immersing themselves in different aspects of the culture.
  2. Recognize and apply conversational patterns and vocabulary according to a given situation in order to converse in the target language with some degree of fluency and by avoiding redundancy in everyday speech.

SPA 50D - Spanish Conversation and Culture IV    ( 3.00 Units )
Development of skills learned in Spanish 50C. Understanding of spoken Spanish through pronunciation, vocabulary, and applied grammar. Further study of the culture and everyday life activities of Spanish-speaking people. Following an immersion instruction format, the class is entirely taught in the target world language of the selected course.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and use orally the grammatical structures presented and vocabulary assigned.
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and use in writing the grammatical structures presented and vocabulary assigned.
  3. Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the culture, including formative historical events and relevant geographical information.