100-Level Spanish

SPAN 101-102-103: ELEMENTARY SPANISH

The First-Year Spanish Language Program consists of a sequence of three elementary-level language courses designed to develop basic communication skills in both oral and written Spanish. By introducing the learner to the rich culture of the Spanish-speaking world, including the Hispanic/Latino communities in the U.S., these courses aim also to develop students’ intercultural knowledge and understanding.

SPANISH 101  -  SPANISH 102  -  SPANISH 103

 

SPAN 110: BASIC SPANISH REVIEW

SPANISH 110 is an intensive course that covers the equivalent of Spanish 101 and Spanish 102, the first two courses of the First-Year Spanish Language Program at the University of Washington. These elementary-level language courses have been designed to develop basic communication skills in both oral and written Spanish. By introducing the learner to the rich culture of the Spanish-speaking world, including the Hispanic/Latino communities in the U.S., this course aims also to develop students’ intercultural knowledge and understanding. 

SPANISH 110

 

SPAN 121-122-123: SPANISH IMMERSION

Spanish 121-122-123 follows an alternative method. It is an approach in which students learn the foreign language in its cultural context. Through the use of video as the central medium of presentation, students experience the language as it occurs in real-life situations and settings throughout the Spanish-speaking world. This course is intended for highly motivated students who have a particular interest in learning Spanish grammar and who plan to commit a great deal of time to its study.  

SPANISH 121  -  SPANISH 122  -  SPANISH 123

 

SPAN 134: INTENSIVE FIRST-YEAR SPANISH

Spanish 134 is the equivalent of the three quarter sequence of Spanish 121-122-123. This course is offered only during the summer quarter, meeting for three hours daily for nine weeks. 

SPANISH 134