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MODERN AND CLASSICAL LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES

Summer 2013 Course Offerings  in Puebla

SPAN 210 - Intermediate Spanish. Prerequisite: Spanish 112, or equivalent. - 5 hours credit
Instructor: Dr. Cuitlahuac Chavez

SPAN 220 - Intermediate Spanish Grammar and Composition - 3 hours credit
Instructor: Dr. Eunice Myers

SPAN 223 - Selected Spanish Readings.
General education further study course. Intensive reading of Latin-American and Spanish literary works. Course satisfies the LAS literature requirement. Prerequisite: SPAN 210, or three units of high school Spanish, or departmental consent. - 3 hours credit
Instructor: Dr. Eunice Myers

SPAN 325 - Intermediate Spanish Conversation - 3 credit hours
Conversation with Puebla escorts during visits to places of interest in the city.
Instructor: Dr. Eunice Myers

SPAN 515A - Spanish Pronunciation - 1 credit hour
Study of how the sounds of Spanish are produced. Daily pronunciation drill sessions.
Instructor: Dr. Eunice Myers

SPAN 525 - Advanced Spanish Conversation - 3 credit hours
Conversation with Puebla escorts during visits to places of interest in the city.
Instructor: Dr. Eunice Myers

SPAN 526 - Advanced Grammar and Composition - 3 credit hours
Instructor: Dr. Cuitlahuac Chavez

SPAN 622 - Special Studies in Spanish (1-3 hrs).  Repeatable for credit.
NOTES: Prerequisite: instructor’s consent. This is an unpaid internship for undergraduate students; to be arranged by Dr. Myers in consultation with the student and a business or agency.

SPAN 623C - Spanish American Culture - 2 credit hours

Study of and on-site visits to historic sites in Mexico
Instructor: Prof. Raymundo Gijón-Berrios

SPAN 625 - Comtemporary Latin American Novel - 3 hours credit
Instructor: Dr. Cuitlahuac Chavez

SPAN 805 - Directed Readings. Graduate standing and instructor consent required. 1-4 credit hours
Instructor: Dr. Eunice Myers

SPAN 832B Contemporary Spanish-American Novel (graduate students only) - 3 credit hours
Instructor: Dr. Cuitlahuac Chavez
 

 

Conversation Classes

poblanos
A unique feature of the WSU Summer Program in Puebla is the effort we make to put you in contact with the people of Puebla. We do not expect you to assume the full responsibility for getting acquainted with poblanos, something which is very difficult for most foreigners to accomplish.

Rather, we bring the poblanos to you during your conversation class. We have two types of local conversation instructors: acompañantes and directores de conversación. The acompañantes escort you to places of interest and talk to you in Spanish for an hour and a half each day. Afterwards, the directores de conversación eat lunch with you while conversing with you in Spanish for another full hour. What better classroom could you have than the city of Puebla shown and explained to you by the poblanos themselves? Do your best to participate and watch your improvement as the days go by.

 

Questions? Contact Dr. Myers at eunice.myers@wichita.edu