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SPAN 41
Intermediate Spanish for Spanish Speakers
Description:This course is a continuation of Spanish 40 and is especially designed for students who are fluent in Spanish and who want to reinforce formal oral and written expression and comprehension. This course will provide strategies for speaking, listening, reading and writing to develop essays and guided compositions with emphasis on grammar and syntax. This course will include the study of Latino and Chicano culture through short stories, poetry, music, movies, and literature to develop an understanding and appreciation for their linguistic and cultural heritage.
Prerequisites:Course Completion of SPAN 40 OR Course Completion of SPAN 2
Recommended Preparation:Eligibility for ENGL 1A or equivalent
Transferability:CSU; UC 
Repeatability:Two Repeats if Grade was D, F, NC, or NP
Grading Type:Grade or P/NP
Sections listed are for Fall 2021
 SectDaysHoursInstructorLocationRoomUnitsStatusTotal SeatsCurrent EnrollmentSeats RemainingDate Begin/EndDate Final ExamBooks
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Online
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Osorio A
Osorio A
Osorio A
Osorio A
Osorio A
OnlineOnline
Online
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Online
4.00Ended2832508/16-12/10
08/17-08/17
09/23-09/23
10/28-10/28
12/02-12/10
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 There are 4 mandatory online class meetings during the times listed in the schedule of classes. If you have not taken the Span 40 course, but have taken Spanish classes before, you can take the Span 41 course. To be able to enroll in this class, please fill out a Prerequisite Challenge Form. All students are welcome to enroll in this class and this section will have extra support for the Lanzamiento initiative, designed to support academic achievement among Latinx and first-generation college students. Students who enroll in Lanzamiento sections have dedicated resources available to them, including: academic counseling, peer tutoring and success coaching, library support, mental health services, financial aid workshops, and opportunities to learn about transferring to a four-year university. Themes of bilingualism, transnational experiences, immigrant communities, Latinx authorship, academic scholarship, and activism are relevant to the Lanzamiento initiative. More information is available on the Lanzamiento webpage.