Lan131: this course requires a final exam syllabus read these instructions now!



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LAN131: THIS COURSE REQUIRES A FINAL EXAM

SYLLABUS

READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS NOW!

  1. YOUR ASSIGNMENTS are on this SYLLABUS.  READ IT ALL BEFORE YOU BEGIN YOUR WORK. Links for assignments are on this document. For textual readings, use the “Access Class Downloads” link on your class page. Any additional links will be on this syllabus.  

  2. To SUBMIT WORK

  1. FIRST, complete your assignments for “WEEK ONE” on paper or computer. Essays MUST be double spaced and size 12 Times New Roman black font. Always save your work. Always type final work unless it is a drawing or graph. DO NOT SUBMIT SCANS OF WORK that are not for the purpose of a special project, art, or a mathematical graph or hand done math worksheet by which the answers could not be typed. Still copy that scan or photo to this document. Keep photos/images small.

  2. NEXT, Type or copy & paste typed responses that you have prepared, in the spaces provided on THIS DOCUMENT. Only add your responses in the boxes that ask for them – such as “Add Responses Here”. Some assignments may require you to upload a photo or scan. PROOFREAD and double check your work. REPEAT “A” AND “B” FOR EACH WEEK. Save your work.

  3. Then, submit your form with the ALL FIVE WEEKS COMPLETED.   DO NOT SUBMIT WEEK BY WEEK. WE NO LONGER ACCEPT WORK WEEKLY. YOU MUST SUBMIT ALL FIVE WEEKS AT ONCE. Go to the website and select “Student Services” and then “Submit Your 5-Week Portfolio”.

  1. GRADES: The evaluator will grade each weekly assignment and average your grades. You will receive a reply in about 5 business days. Your 5 weekly grades must average to a 2 (“C”) or better to receive your credit.
    You will be given only ONE ADDITIONAL opportunity to improve your averaged grade so submit your best.  If your course does not require a final exam, you will receive a Grade Report as your official transcript for the completion of your class. If your class requires a final exam then you must request it (Read #4).

  2. VERY VERY VERY IMPORTANT: If your syllabus says “REQUEST YOUR FINAL EXAM”; then you must return to the school’s website and request your final exam. You will need to ask a non-related adult to supervise you while you test online. This can be a teacher or counselor or family friend. If it is not a school counselor, you will need to provide the persons legal ID number on your request form. All components of your course, including your final exam must be completed by the end of the 8th week from the time of your registration. YOU WILL NOT BE REMINDED NOR RECEIVE EXTRA TIME – your class will close after the allotted 8 weeks and you will not be issued a credit. If you have a medical emergency preventing you from completing your class, contact the number below.

  3. MESSAGE directly from the site for assistance. Also use the “Homework Help” assistance form the website. For urgent matters call Dr. Stroud TUES – THUR 10AM TO 6PM at 773-499-2668 or text MON – FRI 9AM – 5PM

Plagiarism Statement

I understand that I must use research conventions to cite and clearly mark other people's ideas and words within my paper. I understand that plagiarism is an act of intellectual dishonesty. I understand it is academically unethical and unacceptable to do any of the following acts of which I will be immediately expelled without refund:

  • To submit an essay written in whole or in part by another student as if it were my own.

  • To download an essay from the internet, then quote or paraphrase from it, in whole or in part, without acknowledging the original source.

  • To restate a clever phrase verbatim from another writer without acknowledging the source.

  • To paraphrase part of another writer's work without acknowledging the source.

  • To reproduce the substance of another writer's argument without acknowledging the source.

  • To take work originally done for one instructor's assignment and re-submit it to another teacher.

  • To cheat on tests or quizzes through the use of crib sheets, hidden notes, viewing another student's paper, revealing the answers on my own paper to another student through verbal or textual communication, sign language, or other means of storing and communicating information--including electronic devices, recording devices, cellular telephones, headsets, and portable computers.

  • To copy another student's work and submit the work as if it were the product of my own labor.

ALL SELF-REPORTED SCORES MUST BE IN THE FORM OF A SCREENSHOT. USE THE LINK BELOW TO LEARN HOW TO SCREENSHOT AND PASTE YOUR RESULTS.

http://www.take-a-screenshot.org/

WELCOME TO SPANISH III

Conversational Spanish & Culture

Course LAN131: SPANISH III: This course encourages interpersonal communication through speaking and writing, providing opportunities to make and respond to basic requests and questions, understand and use appropriate greetings and forms of address, participate in brief guided conversations on familiar topics, and write short. This course also emphasizes the development of reading and listening comprehension skills, such as reading isolated words and phrases in a situational context and comprehending brief written or oral directions. Additionally, students will examine the practices, products and perspectives of Spanish-speaking culture; recognize basic routine practices of the target culture; and recognize and use situation-appropriate non-verbal communication.




Online Spanish Course

Spanish Dictionary

http://education.yahoo.com/reference/dict_en_es/


WARM UP

Study and Practice Spanish III Exercises # 41 – 60

Use the link below

http://www.ielanguages.com/spanish3.html

BIO Level No. 3 – Narrative Essay

ASSIGNMENT: Type a 5 paragraph mini-biography in Spanish and in English

Soy______________

I'm ____________










WEEK ONE CONTINUED

Assignment: Build your vocabulary. Go to the link below and practice.

http://quizlet.com/2399750/intermediate-spanish-pinzas-all-vocabulary-flash-cards/

http://quizlet.com/13623570/test

Place a screenshot of your final score below.



http://quizlet.com/2399750/test

Place a screenshot of your final score below



WEEK ONE

SPANISH CULTURE

CLASS LINK: http://www.studyspanish.com/comps/

Use the link to listen to and read about each culture topic listed below. Answer the comprehension questions at the end of each lesson. Access the readings from the left menu at the website.

LESSONS

  • The Alamo

  • Asturias

  • The Cardón Cactus

  • The Animal Carvings of Oaxaca

  • The Bakeries of Mexico

  • The Black Pottery of San Bartolo Coyotepec

  • The Bronze Sculptures of Alejandro Colunga

  • Canopy Walking

  • Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge

  • Celestún

  • Cenotes of Yucatán

  • Cervantes

  • Chimborazo

  • The Cider of Asturias

  • Climbing Cotopaxi

  • The Conquistadors

ADD RESPONSES TO EACH READING BELOW.

Organize and label your work

Week TWO

SPANISH CULTURE

CLASS LINK: http://www.studyspanish.com/comps/

Use the link to listen to and read about each culture topic listed below. Answer the comprehension questions at the end of each lesson. Access the readings from the left menu at the website.

LESSONS

  • The Copper Work Of Santa Clara

  • Courtyards of Latin America

  • Covadonga

  • Crucifix Art in Latin America

  • Cuzco

  • Dalí

  • Eating Street Food In Mexico

  • Ecolodge Pioneers

  • Friends of Teacapán

  • Giant Domed Tortoise

  • El Greco

  • Guanajuato

  • Guelaguetza

  • The Houses of the Indianos

  • Huichol Yarn Paintings

ADD RESPONSES TO EACH READING BELOW.

Organize and label your work

Week THREE

SPANISH CULTURE

CLASS LINK: http://www.studyspanish.com/comps/

Use the link to listen to and read about each culture topic listed below. Answer the comprehension questions at the end of each lesson. Access the readings from the left menu at the website.

  • Iguazu Falls

  • The Island of Janitzio

  • A Jungle Hike Through Shuar Country

  • Laguna Quilotoa

  • Lima, Perú

  • The Llama

  • Machu Picchu

  • Madrid

  • Mangroves of Pacific Mexico

  • Mazatlan Aquarium

  • The Meat Markets of Mexico

  • Meet Minnie

  • Mexican Cemetary Walk

  • Monarch Butterfly

  • Morning in Teacapán

  • Mountain Dog

ADD RESPONSES TO EACH READING BELOW.

Organize and label your work

WEEK FOUR

SPANISH CULTURE

CLASS LINK: http://www.studyspanish.com/comps/

Use the link to listen to and read about each culture topic listed below. Answer the comprehension questions at the end of each lesson. Access the readings from the left menu at the website.

  • The Night of the Radishes

  • Nopal

  • Old Year

  • Paella

  • Papallacta Hot Springs

  • The páramo

  • Th piñata

  • The Plazas of Mexico

  • Quetzaltenango

  • Ride the Bus in Mexico

  • Running with the Tarahumara

  • The Ruins of Palenque

  • San Blas

  • San Juan

  • Sculptures In Leather

ADD RESPONSES TO EACH READING BELOW.

Organize and label your work

Week Five

SPANISH CULTURE

CLASS LINK: http://www.studyspanish.com/comps/

Use the link to listen to and read about each culture topic listed below. Answer the comprehension questions at the end of each lesson. Access the readings from the left menu at the website.

  • The Sloth

  • The Spirit of Angangueo

  • Spray Paint Art

  • Stores

  • Studying Spanish in Latin America

  • Tango

  • Techos de México

  • Termites

  • The Textile Market of Otavalo

  • La tovara

  • The Vizcaino Desert

  • The Water Boils

  • The Yucatan Peninsula

ADD RESPONSES TO EACH READING BELOW.

Organize and label your work

http://www.ielanguages.com/spanish3.html

41. Useful Expressions



Hay

There is/are

Había

There was/were

Hay que + infinitive

It is necessary to + infinitive

Tener que + infinitive

To have to + infinitive

Ir a + infinitive

To go to + infinitive

Acabar de + infinitive

To have just + past participle

Hace + time

time + ago

42. Progressive Tenses

The progressive tense indicates an action that is ongoing. It is formed by using estar (in any tense) with a present participle. Present participles are formed by dropping the ending of the verb, and adding the following endings to the stem:


Present Participles

-ar

-ando

-er

-iendo

-ir

-iendo


Juan está hablando.
Josh is talking.
Estaban cantando. They were singing.
Estuve escribiendo una carta. I was writing a letter.

A few irregular present participles: poder - pudiendo, dormir - durmiendo, sentir - sintiendo, venir - viniendo, pedir - pidiendo, leer - leyendo, ir - yendo, reír - riendo.



43. Haber

haber - to have (auxiliary verb)

he
has
ha


hemos
habéis
han


This verb does not mean to possess (that is tener); but it is used in past tenses as an auxiliary verb.

44. Present Perfect

The present perfect tense is a compound tense using haber with a past participle. (Haber is only used as a helping verb; it is never used to show possession.) This tense can be translated as have or has done something. Please note that the preterite tense is used more often than this tense when expressing the past.



Past participles are formed by dropping the infinitive ending, and adding these endings:

Past Participles

-ar
-er
-ir

-ado
-ido
-ido

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