Spanish Conversation II
Building on what was covered in Spanish Conversation I, this class is for intermediate to advanced beginners and focuses on Spanish reading and conversational skills. Practice communicating in Spanish about a variety of literary and cinematic works. The emphasis of this class is on developing comfort in reading, hearing and speaking Spanish.
“Revista,” Fifth Edition
Price of book: $140.40
Only available at Vista Higher Learning
Do not purchase materials from other stores. Passcodes for VHL’s online resources are required and are only available through Vista Higher Learning.
This book is used for Spanish Conversation I, II and III.
As a native of Chile, Joel enjoys teaching in both English and Spanish. Joel’s passion for teaching brought him to UWM School of Continuing Education, where he’s previously taught customized courses in Spanish for healthcare professionals and customer service representatives. ... read more
Tamara began teaching in 1999 and has taught a variety of Spanish courses for all levels of proficiency. She strives to create a fun, engaging learning environment that allows students to quickly acquire language skills through interactive communication, music, culture ... read more
Benefits and Learning Outcomes
Namala de Nacho Solana, Entrevista: Zoe Saldaña, Opinión: Cara y cruz de las tecnologías de la información de lnigo Javaloyes, Cuento: ¿Me agregas como amiga? De Hernán Casciari, Dos viñetas de Forges. ¿Quién es Echegoyen? De Sergio Teubal, Opinión: “La Tortilla” de Manuel Vicent, Experiencias: “Carta abierta a mi nieto” de Juan Gelman, Experiencias: “Carta abierta a mi nieto” de Juan Gelman, Poema: “Oda a un millonario muerto” de Pablo Neruda, “Inseguridad” de Alberto Montt, Las empresas multinacionales: ¿a favor o en contra?
Pronombres de objeto directo e indirecto, adjetivos, escribe una crítica de cine, la telebasura a debate. El subjuntivo I, Pronombres relativos, escribe una carta al presidente.
This is a noncredit enrichment program. Progress and courses completed are marked by Continuing Education Units. CEUs are not transferable to college or university transcripts.
All sessions are Face-to-Face unless otherwise noted.
Date: 6 Wed, July 22-Aug 26
Location: UWM School of Continuing Education
Instructor: Joel Espinoza
$164 by Wed., July 8.
$189 after Wed., July 8.
|Early Registration Discount||Register by Wed., July 8 and receive $25 off.|
Osher members receive 10% discount. Contact the the Languages Department at 414-227-3118 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Receive a 10% discount as a member of the Hispanic Professionals of Greater Milwaukee Organization.
Early registration discounts will subtract automatically from the fee if the registration is submitted prior to the deadline. All other discounts require the code in the left column to be entered on the registration form. Only one discount code can be entered on a registration form.
Enrollment Limit: 20
Program Number: 7781-12654
Registration Deadline: Wed., July 22