SPAN-T 530: Spanish Through Cultural Expressions

This graduate-level course explores the cultures of Spain and Latin America. Through readings, discussion and projects, students will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to incorporate intercultural awareness into their teaching.

Students will interpret works of art, architecture, music, film, traditions and attitudes, based on cultural contexts.

After successful completion of this course, the student will compare and contrast areas of Spain and Latin America in terms of geography, climate, and ethnicity and interpret cultural perspectives expressed through art, architecture, and music.

Please review the syllabus for full course information.

This is a Full Semester course. Participants may register for one Full Semester course for the Summer 2021 semester. 

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: Professor Judith Carlstrand

Graduate Credits: 3

Dates: 6/28/21 – 8/7/21

Location: Online

Format: Asynchronous

Prerequisites: Spanish fluency, qualified to teach content area

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