SPN3351: Communication and Communities for Heritage Speakers of Spanish 3
Prerequisite:  Advanced proficiency as demonstrated through placement test results or by permission of the instructor and/or the department chair.
Description: This course emphasizes the development of techniques for conversation and public speaking in Spanish. Students will examine the implications of bilingual and bicultural identities and will study regional variations of Spanish. A variety of materials will be used as starting points for discussions, including articles, short stories, film and music. The course incorporates service learning components, which will allow students the opportunity to conduct projects with local Spanish-speaking communities and organizations.