Semesters Available: Fall and Spring Years Available: All
An advanced language course that examines the richness and complexity of the Latino experience in the US while promoting community engagement as a vehicle for greater linguistic fluency and cultural understanding. Students are placed with community organizations within the Longview area and volunteer for three hours a week. Class work focuses on expanding studentsí oral and written proficiency in Spanish through discussing and analyzing readings, arts, and films by and about Latinos in the US.
Prerequisite: Elementary Spanish II (SPAN 1123) or equivalent, or a score between 356 - 440 on the LeTourneau Spanish Placement Test..
No programs require this course. No courses require this as a prerequisite or corequisite.