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Last approved: Thu, 12 May 2016 09:13:19 GMT

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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Spanish (SPAN)
SPAN
3010W
Advanced Spanish Writing
Advanced Spanish Writing
Fall 2016
0,3
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Discussion Group
Seminar
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SPAN 2006 or SPAN 2056
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12
María J. de la Fuente
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Designed to develop writing skills within the fields of Spanish literature and culture. Students read and discuss literary and media texts while analyzing essential features and themes of Spanish/Hispanic cultures. Cultural and literary topics are used as basis for process-writing assignments (production, correction, revision). Students develop a writing portfolio.
On successful course completion, students will be able to 1. plan, structure, and write expository essays and persuasive essays - using appropriate style and writing conventions - using specialized vocabulary - organizing and structuring ideas into logically connected paragraphs using transition words; - recognizing, summarizing, analyzing, paraphrasing, or quoting the arguments of others; - using and citing appropriate information and evidence in support of an argument; 2. plan, structure, and write an academic essay with an annotated bibliography - using appropriate academic style and writing conventions - using the language of academic criticism - organizing and structuring ideas into logically connected paragraphs using transition words; - recognizing, summarizing, analyzing, paraphrasing, or quoting the arguments of others; - using and citing appropriate information and evidence in support of an argument; 3. rewrite, edit, and proofread your writing by seeking out and responding to constructive criticism (from instructor or peer).
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CCAS - GCR: Foreign Cultures
CCAS - GCR: Foreign Languages
CCAS - GCR: Humanities

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