Offerings

Students and instructors will practice advanced level Spanish in a small group setting. This informal discussion will help students practice and polish their everyday conversation and grammar. Instructor will facilitate different topics weekly to practice Spanish in a variety of settings.


April 3, 2024 to June 5, 2024, ONLINE ZOOM
This course is for advanced Spanish-speaking students who want to practice speaking the language and incorporate it into their everyday lives. Develop your Spanish speaking and comprehension skills through literature and conversation. New materials are added each session so returning students are always welcome.


April 1-22, 2024, ONLINE ZOOM
Are you interested in learning about great Spanish artists? This lecture-style course, taught in Spanish, will introduce you to the lives, times, and styles of four prominent Spanish painters.


June 1-15, 2024, CHLAB 207
Conversational Spanish I is for the true beginner or novice, with little or no Spanish language instruction. Students will learn the Spanish alphabet, basic grammar construction, and vocabulary, to help provide a foundation for conversational skills in practical situations. By the end of the class, students will be able to introduce themselves and talk about their family and weekly activities using ser, tener, estar, and other common verbs, as well as ask simple questions to discover information. A textbook is required for this class.


April 1, 2024 to June 3, 2024, HCC 0140
April 3, 2024 to June 5, 2024, HCC 0140
July 8-31, 2024, ONLINE ZOOM
Conversational Spanish II will pick up where Conversational Spanish I left off. This course is for novice students with some Spanish language instruction. Students will spend time in class expanding grammar, conversational expressions, and vocabulary as well as working on listening and speaking skills through a variety of activities. This course is taught primarily in Spanish, with some English to support learner's comprehension. A textbook is required for this course.


January 24, 2024 to March 13, 2024, CHLAB 301
April 2, 2024 to June 4, 2024, ONLINE ZOOM
April 3, 2024 to June 5, 2024, RDM1 105
April 23, 2024 to May 23, 2024, ONLINE ZOOM
August 5-28, 2024, ONLINE ZOOM
Take your Spanish speaking skills to a higher level in this intermediate language class. Build confidence in daily conversation and gain additional vocabulary and communication skills. Students and instructor will converse primarily in Spanish to give a full immersion experience and to train students to hear the language as well as speak it. Students must have completed Conversational Spanish II or have had recent Spanish language experience. In this class we will cover present and past tenses.


April 15, 2024 to June 10, 2024, HCC 0230
This course surveys and compares representative texts from world mythology and folklore. Explores common mythological and folkloric themes and genres. Examines mythology as an interdisciplinary field that incorporates anthropology, sociology, history, literary studies, psychology, and religion. This is a non-credit Community Education class. You will not receive college credit.


April 2, 2024 to June 13, 2024, RTEC 138
The second course of a three-course sequence in French. Continues the development of reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. Particular emphasis on short interactions regarding everyday life. Class meets twice a week in person and includes asynchronous online work. This is a non-credit Community Education class. You will not receive college credit. Prerequisites: FR 101.


April 1, 2024 to June 12, 2024, MAZ 0207
The third course of a three-course sequence in French. Continues the development of reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. Class meets twice a week in person and includes asynchronous online work. This is a non-credit Community Education class. You will not receive college credit. Prerequisites: FR 102.


April 1, 2024 to June 12, 2024, MAZ 0207
This course continues the work of French 202, reviewing, expanding and perfecting pronunciation, structure and vocabulary for the purpose of active oral and written communication. Increasing emphasis on writing and reading skills. Incorporates culture, regionalisms, and argot; class taught mostly in French. Class meets twice a week in person and includes asynchronous online work. This is a non-credit Community Education class. You will not receive college credit. Prerequisite: 2nd Year French II (202, or one year of IB, AP French in high school, or four years of middle/high school French.)


April 1, 2024 to June 12, 2024, MAZ 0207
Students and instructors will practice advanced level Spanish in small group setting. This informal discussion will help students practice and polish their everyday conversation and grammar. Instructor will facilitate different topics weekly to practice Spanish in a variety of settings.


April 2, 2024 to June 6, 2024, ONLINE ZOOM
Develop your comprehension skills, grammar base, and passion for the Spanish language with music. Using a different song each week, this contextually rooted and culturally rich medium will guide you through the practice of speaking Spanish and incorporating it into your everyday life. New materials are added each session so returning students are always welcome. Recommended preparation: Intermediate Spanish language skills.


February 26, 2024 to March 18, 2024, ONLINE ZOOM
May 6, 2024 to June 3, 2024, ONLINE ZOOM
Unlock the door to language proficiency and cultural understanding with our three-day, 15-hour Spanish Intermediate Immersion course. Designed for learners who have a foundational understanding of Spanish, this interactive and engaging course leverages the power of Comprehensible Input (CI) to enhance language acquisition.The course will focus on the following topics: Egan Bernal and his hometown of Zipaquira Colombia; Pescaito, the song by Carlos Vives and the Barrio in Santa Marta Colombia; and La Tomatina festival in Buñol Spain. Students will read and listen to language about these topics that is 100% comprehensible during 90% of all instruction time. Time will also be spent on interesting activities that are personalized to the individuals in the class.


July 1-3, 2024, RTEC 138