Spanish 202 @ FLCC – Course Outline (v.2)

Spanish 202 @ FLCC is a free language course designed for students with some previous experience with the Spanish language. The course is designed with six Learning Modules, with specific learning outcomes (goals) for each Module. Mastery of each Learning Module is generally dependent upon content mastery of the previous Module, and content can be mixed and matched appropriately. All lessons and tools provided by LEAF are accessible under the Creative Commons license.

Course Objectives and Resources
Global Citizen

Spanish 202 prepares students to take their place on a world-stage, and extends their sphere of influence to include global concerns and complex issues. Students will care for themselves and others, and participate in problem-solving on an international scale.

Module 1
“All emotion is involuntary when genuine.” – Mark Twain

Students will demonstrate context-appropriate reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills by …

  • Expressing a variety of emotions and states of being.
  • Engaging activities related to a healthy lifestyle.

Students will demonstrate context-appropriate critical thinking and information management skills by …

  • Reading a cultural text, and expressing reactions and reflections in writing.
  • Investigating research and writing resources/services in preparation of a final project.

Module 2
“A hospital is no place to be sick.” – Samuel Goldwyn

Students will demonstrate context-appropriate reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills by …

  • Identifying internal and external body parts.
  • Discussing medical symptoms and diagnoses.
  • Expressing actions using [SE] constructions.

Students will demonstrate context-appropriate critical thinking and information management skills by …

  • Reading a cultural text, and expressing reactions and reflections in writing.
  • Researching and selecting a topic in preparation of a final creative project.

Module 3
“I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough.” – Leonardo da Vinci

Students will demonstrate context-appropriate reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills by …

  • Discussing international concerns.
  • Indicating different levels of urgency and need.

Students will demonstrate context-appropriate critical thinking and information management skills by …

  • Reading a cultural text, and expressing reactions and reflections in writing.
  • Conducting research and creating an MLA-formatted Bibliography in preparation of a final project.

Module 4
“Any sufficiently advanced technology is equivalent to magic.” – Arthur C. Clarke

Students will demonstrate context-appropriate reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills by …

  • Engaging common technology and communication methods.
  • Expressing completed events using perfect tenses.

Students will demonstrate context-appropriate critical thinking and information management skills by …

  • Reading a cultural text, and expressing reactions and reflections in writing.
  • Creating an MLA-formatted Annotated Bibliography in preparation of a final project.

Module 5
“The poetry of the earth is never dead.” – John Keats

Students will demonstrate context-appropriate reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills by …

  • Discussing tropical ecosystems.
  • Identifying various species of plants and animals.
  • Making comparisons of equality, inequality, and quantity.

Students will demonstrate context-appropriate critical thinking and information management skills by …

  • Reading a cultural text, and expressing reactions and reflections in writing.
  • Extracting useful data from sources in preparation of a final creative project.

Module 6
“The secret of my influence has always been that it remained secret.” – Salvador Dalí

Students will demonstrate context-appropriate reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills by …

  • Discussing global concerns.
  • Understanding interconnected social issues.
  • Expressing influence through the present and past subjunctive mood.

Students will demonstrate context-appropriate critical thinking and information management skills by …

  • Reading a cultural text, and expressing reactions and reflections in writing.
  • Synthesizing data into a product for a final creative project.