VT: Gender, Family, Nation: Literature in PortugueseLearn more about this course
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This Spanish course focuses on the four basic language skills (reading, writing, listening, and speaking) at the most basic level, with a particular emphasis on critical thinking skills.
This course is designed for intermediate students of Spanish interested in acquiring the historical, social, cultural and linguistic knowledge necessary to recognize and analyze critically the multiple issues involved in intercultural communications in medical settings.Learn more about this course
This course is a formal and intermediate study of the Spanish language designed for students who have experience with the target language due to their background and experience in Spanish-speaking contexts, but who may have some gaps in formal writing. This course will help students improve their writing skills and formal registers of the Spanish language, while also exploring their own unique dialects. The course is taught in Spanish and makes use of a variety of readings about the various Latino cultures and societies, histories, and literatures of the Spanish-speaking communities throughout the world.Learn more about this course
The objective of this course is to enhance cross-cultural and linguistic competence in the business world through both the study of the use of Spanish in business and the examination of the codes, costumes, and other particular manifestations of business culture across the Spanish-speaking world.Learn more about this course