[SPAN 240] Literary and Cultural Approaches to the Spanish-Speaking World
A genre-based approach to reading and writing about the literature and cultures of the Spanish-speaking world, this course develops analytical and critical-thinking skills through readings, discussions, and written assignments. Genres may include narrative, poetry, drama, and film and are intended to deepen studentsâ€™ understanding of the human condition. Participation in Spanish-language activities outside the classroom and/or in the local Latino community is expected.
Literary and Cultural Approaches to the Spanish-Speaking World
Fulfills Domain/Capstone Requirements
Prerequisite: Spanish 215 or consent of instructor. After on-line registration closes, Modern Languages faculty review all language course enrollments to determine whether or not a student has enrolled in the recommended placement level. If not, the student will be contact by the department to determine whether a drop or registration in another language course is appropriate.
Offered fall semesters.