Spanish 1spanish 1


Every Thursday • 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. • Room 21

June 8, 15, 22, 29 • July 6, 13, 20, 27 • August 3, 10

Prerequisite: Instructor permission. Since this is a one-year beginner’s course, preference must be given to students who start the class each fall and continue through spring and summer to complete the course. Seating is limited.

“Spanish 1” is intended for beginners with little or no background in Spanish. Students will learn basic structures with repetition in listening and oral practice. Spanish phonetic spelling will be introduced so that students may produce basic sentences using familiar vocabulary, and may read short dialogs written with already-introduced vocabulary. Those who attend for the full year—fall, spring and summer—may be ready to move on to “Spanish 2,” but students may return to “Spanish 1” to reinforce the same material starting over again each fall, on a space available basis (priority is given to new beginners). The goal is to leave class every day saying something in Spanish.

Instructor/Coordinator: Marjorie Mota