SPAN-T 520: Spanish Writing and Grammar

The course places emphasis on students’ understanding of grammar and the development of writing techniques in Spanish. The primary goals of the class are to increase students’ comprehension of Spanish grammar and use; produce a variety of texts and analyze their structure (word choice, grammar, syntax, and punctuation); and evaluate error correction strategies.

As this course is designed for current teachers of K-12 Spanish courses, it provides spaces of reflection about the teaching of grammar and writing to improve student learning.

Please review the syllabus for full course information.

This is a Full Semester course. Participants may register for one Full Semester course OR one course each in Winter/Spring I and Winter/Spring II.

Related Courses by Institution (by course number)
SPAN-T 510 Second Language Acquisition for Spanish Instruction (Fall 2021, Fall 2022)
SPAN-T 520 Spanish Writing and Grammar (W/S 2022)
SPAN-T 530 Cultural Expression (Summer 2021, Fall 2022)
SPAN-T 540 Spanish Phonetics (Fall 2021, Summer 2022, W/S 2023)
SPAN-T 550 Topics in Hispanic Studies (W/S 2021, Summer 2022)
SPAN-T 560 Hispanic Sociolinguistics (Sum. 2021)

Related Courses by Institution (by semester)
SPAN-T 550 Topics in Hispanic Studies (Winter/Spring 2021)
SPAN-T 530 Spanish Through Cultural Expressions (Summer 2021)
SPAN-T 560 Hispanic Sociolinguistics (Summer 2021)
SPAN-T 510 Second Language Acquisition for Spanish Instruction (Fall 2021)
SPAN-T 540 Spanish Phonetics (Fall 2021)
SPAN-T 520 Spanish  Writing and Grammar (Winter/Spring 2022)
SPAN-T 540 Spanish Phonetics (Summer 2022)
SPAN-T 550 Topics in Hispanic Studies (Summer 2022)
SPAN-T 510 Second Language Acquisition for Spanish Instruction (Fall 2022)
SPAN-T 530 Spanish Through Cultural Expressions (Fall 2022)
SPAN-T 540 Spanish Phonetics (Winter/Spring 2023)

Indiana University

Instructor: Dr. Felix Burgos

Graduate Credits: 3

Dates: 1/10/22 – 5/2/22

Location: Online

Format: Asynchronous

Prerequisites: Spanish fluency, qualified to teach content area

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