RCLANG 306 - Spanish Language Internship Project II
Section: 001
Term: FA 2017
Subject: RC Languages (RCLANG)
Department: LSA Residential College
CBL, Experiential
Lab Fee:
May not be repeated for credit.
Primary Instructor:

The Spanish Language Internship Project (SLIP) aims to connect Spanish-speaking students with partnered community based organizations to provide unique engaged learning opportunities with the Latino Community. Through volunteering efforts, students will gain insight into the culture, economic needs and a better understanding of the Spanish language. SLIP provides a unique opportunity for students to engage in experiential learning related to community service work as well as improve and apply their speaking and writing skills. It offers a place for students to realize concrete, personal experiences that link them with the greater community outside of the university setting, thus applying learned information to the “real world”. SLIP also offers an opportunity to understand how knowing a second language can help social workers, researchers, and students build essential links between institutions of higher education and urban communities.

Readings are assigned each week for discussion sessions to highlight Latino culture, current events, and issues. This course also requires a midterm research paper and a written final reflection paper.

Please email Teresa Sanchez-Snell, tssnell@umich.edu, for more information.

Course Requirements:

Students are required to dedicate 3 hours per week at their site, attend the weekly discussion sessions, and submit weekly journals. This course also requires a midterm research paper and a written final reflection paper. All written assignments, reflections, midterm paper, and final reflection paper, are to be written in Spanish.

Intended Audience:

Course is open to all LSA students. This course is taught in Spanish.

RCLANG 306 - Spanish Language Internship Project II
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001 (LEC)
Th 4:00PM - 5:30PM
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