Robin de la Llata Aimé
Students are introduced to academic research and writing with a focus on methods of attribution.
Students should learn to develop a social scientific research question; distinguish scholarly from non-scholarly sources; locate and evaluate relevant scholarly literature; and synthesize multiple scholarly sources.
Gabriela C. Zapata
This is the second instructional module for the teaching of Spanish to heritage speakers at the intermediate level. The outcomes for this module are as follows:
1. Students will be able to understand the way in which a persuasive essay is organized and written;
2. Students will be able to continue applying the rules for the accentuation of palabras esdrújulas and agudas to improve their spelling;
3. Students will be able to understand the rules that govern the present tense in Spanish and why it is the most appropriate tense when writing a persuasive essay.
4. Students will learn the rules that govern the accentuation patterns for palabras llanas and hiatos, and they will apply these rules under instructor and peer guidance;
5. Students will apply the concepts learned to the development of a persuasive essay;
6. Students will apply the concepts learned to create and carry out an interview with a person of Hispanic origin in order to collect information about his/her work experiences in the United States.
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