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Department
Psychology
Course Code
01:830:346
Professor
McKenna
Study Guide
Midterm

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01:830:346
MIDTERM EXAM
STUDY GUIDE
Fall 2018

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Please scroll down to find course synopses for 101, 102, 121, 131, and 132
The course synopses are intended for informative purposes only; they are provisional and
subject to change before the beginning of the semester.
A complete description of Department Learning Goals and Major/Minor requirements can be
found on the SpanPort website: http://span-port.rutgers.edu/
IMPORTANT NOTICE:
As per SAS policy, a student cannot earn credit for language courses taken below their foreign language
placement. Please verify that you are enrolled in a course that corresponds to your placement level, even if
Webreq allowed you to register for the course. Please go to
http://sasundergrad.rutgers.edu/academics/courses/registration-and-course-policies/foreign-language-courses to
learn of SAS academic policy on foreign languages. You may also visit the Department of Spanish and
Portuguese website http://span-port.rutgers.edu/undergraduate
Placement exam results can be found in degree Navigator under your course list. Results will be at the bottom
of page. If you have doubts about your placement, Contact Prof. Dámaris Otero-Torres, Undergraduate Director
via e-mail at dotero@spanport.rutgers.edu during the first two weeks of classes (before the end of the drop/add
period). It is your responsibility to be enrolled in the language course that corresponds to your placement.
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940:101 (4 credits) Elementary Spanish I Course Synopsis
Pre-requisite:
Nobody who has taken two or more years of Spanish in secondary school will receive credit for taking Spanish
101. Even if you have managed to register for this course now, it will not count towards the total number of
credits required to graduate.
Course Objectives:
This course aims to help students acquire communication skills in both oral and written Spanish through the
interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational modes. Upon successful completion of this course, you should be
able to:
1. Comprehend spoken Spanish with sufficient ability to grasp the main idea and some supporting details
in short conversations, both spontaneous and taped, that relate to daily life and represent authentic
situations.
2. Speak Spanish well enough to have short conversations with native speakers about topics such as
describing activities and events in the past, giving commands, giving advice and recommendations,
expressing emotions and feelings, providing or obtaining specific information for survival, as well as
being able to talk about customs, pastimes, health, and quality of life.
3. Read and understand newspaper articles, classified ads, and brief segments taken from various forms
of literature that touch on many different topics.
4. Write a coherent string of sentences with some organization in a paragraph -like format of varying
lengths on topics that relate to personal situations and experiences as well as more general topics that
deal with world events and situations that occur in daily life. Because students are creating with
language rather than relying on memorized phrases patterns of errors will begin to appear.
Required course materials:
You can buy the required materials at any Rutgers University Bookstore in a package or you can go to
http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/Section/id-819501.html
DICHO Y HECHO: EN VIVO
By Potowski, Sobral &
Dawson
Edition 9th/ En vivo 2013
Publisher: Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118970188
Book + WileyPLUS Prem + En vivo:
[ ] Dicho y hecho: En vivo Edition Student Text (Loose-leaf, Wiley Binder Version)
[ ] WileyPLUS Premium Reg Code (printed card) (includes e-book)
[ ] En vivo 6 Session Reg Code (printed card)
Sakai’s Spanish course page; https://sakai.rutgers.edu/portal
A good bilingual dictionary such as The University of Chicago Spanish Dictionary , Oxford New
Spanish Dictionary or Harper Collins Spanish Dictionary
Grade Evaluation:
**Please note that this course includes 2 hourly exams, and a final exam, all scheduled according to
University regulations. The course adheres to a strict attendance policy (details on full syllabus).
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