SPANISH 333 - Corrective Spanish Phonetics
Spring 2015, Section 101 - Techniques of Pronunciation and Oral Expression
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Subject: Spanish (SPANISH)
Department: LSA Romance Languages & Literatures
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This course counts as elective credit toward the Spanish minor.

Enforced Prerequisites:
SPANISH 275, 276, or SPANISH 277; or SPANISH 278 (or 290) or AMCULT 224 or LATINOAM 224; or RCLANG 324.
May not be repeated for credit.
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This course is an introduction to Spanish phonetics and phonology. The main goal of this class is to help you improve your speaking skills with a focus on pronunciation. You will learn about the sound patterns of Spanish and phonetic transcription, and will apply this new knowledge to the improvement of your pronunciation. You will be required to complete oral and written homework, and four written exams. The oral component includes both focused pronunciation practice of target sounds, and open-ended speaking/conversational tasks. Active participation and frequent practice is crucial to do well in this class. You are expected to do all readings and assignments prior to class and to come prepared to answer any question the professor may ask you about the assignments. You will record a sample of your Spanish at the beginning and end of the semester. You and the professor will meet in the early part of the term in her office to go over your recording to determine what areas of your pronunciation need most attention. You will meet again with the professor at the end of the term to assess how the features of your Spanish pronunciation may have changed after one semester of instruction.

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SPANISH 333 - Corrective Spanish Phonetics
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101 (REC)
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MWF 10:00AM - 12:00PM

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