Spanish Film Language II
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The intermediate study of Spanish through Spanish language films. The course emphasizes the acquisition of language functions, vocabulary, idioms, and cultures through an introduction to cinema from the Spanish-speaking world. Students study representative Spanish language films, selected from films by Cuerda, Bielinsky, Salles, Marston, Gutirrez Alea, and Sayles. These are the subject of class discussions, dramatizations and oral and written assignments. Students practice listening comprehension, study idiomatic speech, analyze cultural content and examine historical contexts. The instructor and the students conduct the class in Spanish.
TE: This course and SPA 255 are not sequential; they may be taken in either order with Spanish Film and Language I.
This is a non-credit option of SPA 257.
This class is online with required meetings on days and times listed.
This workshop has pre-requisites and/or requires permission of the instructor.