85065 - Spanish Language Lab (Advanced)

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Academic Year 2018/2019

Learning outcomes

At the end of the course students should be able to follow a lesson , to read a complex text about social or political sciences and make a fluent oral report. To this purpose they should reach a minimum level of B1 (Council of Europe framework) for spoken and written language, while the ideal level is B2. Moreover, they should be capable of writing a text (minimum level B2).

Course contents

The course will concentrate on historical passages and links that contributed to the creation of national idea and identity in Latin America. Through a historical contextualization, we will try define the perception of Latin America from different points of view.

Readings/Bibliography

- E.Galeano "Las venas abiertas de America Latina"

- T.Todorov "La conquista de America. El problema del otro"

 

Assessment methods

Written exam: 2 questions, 150 words each.

Office hours

See the website of Blanca Fernández García