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Associate Professor Pope
The Spanish program is designed to serve a variety of goals. It gives the liberal arts student insight into one of the world’s great languages and literatures. It provides an additional marketable skill for majors in several fields, such as business, sociology, psychology, education, and communication. A major in Spanish is required for certification to teach the language in high school.
Student Learning Outcomes
As a result of completing the Spanish program, students will:
- Demonstrate willingness to use the target language in class in speaking and writing activities.
- Demonstrate willingness to take chances or commit errors in the target language using recently acquired knowledge in speaking and writing activities.
- Demonstrate comprehension of the target language in auditory and written media.
- Demonstrate the ability to infer meaning globally despite the lack of complete linguistic knowledge.
- Be able to use technology appropriately in acquiring and producing the target language in all four skill areas.
- Demonstrate knowledge and appreciation for the cultural diversity associated with the language.
- Demonstrate the ability to interact linguistically in a target culture over an extended period of time (i.e. a semester).
- Demonstrate the ability to interact in a culturally appropriate manner over an extended period of time (i.e. a semester).