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Registration begins March 1
Instructor: Diane Dionne
Wednesdays • 8 classes • 3/23-5/11 • 1:00-3:00 PM
Class size 2-8 students
8 seats remaining
This is an in-person class. A Zoom class is also available on Mondays.
This class is the third semester of a basic intro to Spanish. We will use the McGraw-Hill Practice Makes Perfect Basic Spanish book, beginning with Chapter 13. We will continue to focus on pronunciation and expanding students’ knowledge of basic Spanish vocab and grammar. Students will write original material in Spanish to present in class. We will do more reading and listening to recordings of native speakers. Because this class is very small, we plan to move at a faster pace this semester; as a result, the class will no longer be available as an alternative for students to move between the in-person and Zoom classes. We welcome newcomers – from last semester’s Spanish 1.25 Zoom class or other people with a basic knowledge of Spanish. We are working almost exclusively with present tense verbs.
Textbook: McGraw-Hill Practice Makes Perfect Basic Spanish
Diane Dionne received her BA in education from Illinois State University with a French major and a Spanish minor. She received her MA in French, also from ISU. She also completed a 6-week summer program for American teachers of Spanish at Instituto Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico. Diane has had many wonderful opportunities to experience family life and local culture with friends and acquaintances in Mexico and Spain.