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Course: Spanish 3

V Spanish 3 • Offering for 2017 • Grade 7 or above • ModernLanguages Sequence
* Primary Instructor
Brian Reeves
* Sections
[Enrolled students will be notified if teacher schedules change between course posting at the time enrollment opens and the scheduled start of classes. Please see Tuition and Fees for refund policy.]
Section dates, meeting times, and tuition are still being determined.
* Website
There is currently no teacher website for this course.
* Description
Spanish 3--High Intermediate Spanish: The third of a multi-year sequence designed to help students reach an intermediate-high level of proficiency. The focus will be on more complex structures in syntax and grammar than were encountered in Level 2. Classes will consist of two 75 minute online sessions each week to be conducted online using audio and whiteboard functions. Class time will be devoted to conversational practice and listening comprehension exercises, oral presentations, explanations of grammar and related exercises, and reading aloud. Time will also be spent reviewing homework and addressing students' questions. Homework activities on the textbook's integrated website will be assigned after most classes.
* Meetings
This course meets 2 times per week for discussion and review of assigned homework.
* Homework
Students should expect to spend some 20-30 minutes daily on homework.
* Prerequisites
Students must have passed Scholars Online Spanish 2 or receive a "C" grade or better on a placement test modeled on the level 2 final exam.
* Recommended background
No special background required.
V Textbooks and Materials
* Descubre 2 Student Textbook Supersite Plus (vText) + eCuaderno Code

This text is required.
ISBN: 978-1-61857-411-4
Publisher's website: Descubre 2 Student Textbook Supersite Plus (vText) + eCuaderno Code
Best sources: Please order directly from publisher:

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