Spanish II initially reviews, then builds on the simple sentence structures and vocabulary learned in Spanish I. Students will understand and converse in day-to-day Spanish and know basic aspects of various Hispanic cultures. Students will also read authentic materials and basic literature, and will write letters and short essays. Course activities accommodate all learning styles and are both innovative and relevant to student experiences. Video materials bring Spanish to life for students by illustrating in context the grammar and vocabulary students are learning.
SPAN105N or Spanish placement test score of 75 or higher.