Course syllabi for Summer I 5-Week (campus) and Summer 11-Week (web only) are now posted on the blog. Summer II 5-Week (campus) syllabi will be posted a few days before the start of that session. For any questions, please email your instructor.
If you will be completing Span 1442 this spring or in the summer, you can take SPAN 2313 & SPAN 2314 in one semester this fall! This accelerated class meets MWF, 10-11:50 a.m. To enroll:
1. Call the MODL office at 817.272.3161 so they can clear you for enrollment.
2. You will enroll in each course SEPARATELY: 2313-132 and 2314-132.
That’s it! Email me if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saludos, Catherine Ortiz – Coordinator, Lower Level Spanish Program
Event: El día del niño ~
The Day of the Child
Date: Saturday, May 2nd, 2-4 p.m.
Place: MAC Center (Soccer Gym)
Questions & Further Information:
Dr. Alicia Rueda Acedo
Volunteers are needed for:
*Bilingual storytime in any language
*Collecting books in English & other languages (so that each child who attends can receive a book)
*Setting up and Closing Down
*Helping out with various activities: chalk drawings, painting, crafts, hula hoop, bubbles, castle-building, bounce house, etc. (more ideas are most welcome!)
*Setting tables & serving food
ABOUT EL DÍA DEL NIÑO:
El día del niño is a family event created to celebrate childhood and literacy.
It is a multi-cultural celebration of children, families and reading that culminates every year on April 30th.
The celebration emphasizes the importance of advocating literacy for children of all linguistic and cultural backgrounds.
Hundreds of libraries, schools and communities throughout the country will host celebrations and programs that honor multiculturalism and stress the importance of literacy.
The event will include a variety of nationalities and languages.
TO PARTICIPATE: Contact Dr. Rueda Acedo at the email listed above.
For those of you who are interested in pursuing a future career in translating or interpreting in Spanish, be sure to attend the Modern Languages 2nd Annual Lectures held this month as you will be able to get lots of valuable information and tips about how to prepare yourself. Keep in mind that this is something that you can begin to do while you are still a student!
LECTURE: How to become a Professional Translator / Interpreter
SPEAKERS: Holly Behl (UTA graduate) & Martina Heine-Kilic
DATE: Tuesday, March 24th
PLACE: Trimble Hall 200 (2nd Floor Auditorium)
TIME: 2-3 p.m.
FILE: 2nd Annual MODL Lectures – Translator-Interpreter
For general information about obtaining a Certificate in Translating / Interpreting from UTA, see the files posted on this blog: https://lowerlevelspanish.wordpress.com/translation-interpreting-certificates/
For any further questions, you may email Dr. Alicia Rueda Acedo: email@example.com
Coordinator, Lower Level Spanish Program
For students taking SPAN 2314 (or upper levels— remind your friends!), here is a discussion sheet for tomorrow’s conversation practice session (see blog entry below) —
Hope to see you there!!!
Coordinator for Lower Level Spanish
If you are a non-native (not a heritagae speaker) of Spanish and are enrolled in SPAN 2314, the Spanish Section is pleased to announce that there will be bi-monthly conversation sessions, Mesa española, offered for students in your level as well as those taking 3000 level courses.
Below is the general information which is also available in this file: Mesa española – Información
¿Cuándo? Los miércoles que aparecen abajo
¿A qué hora? De 12:00 a 12:50 p.m.
¿Lugar? El salón enfrente del LAC (tercer piso de Trimble Hall)
HORARIO: Fechas y Temas de Conversación
miércoles, 18 de febrero – La familia y las relaciones personales
miércoles, 4 de marzo – Las vacaciones y el tiempo libre
miércoles, 18 de marzo – Las noticias y los temas de actualidad
miércoles, 1 de abril – Las bromas y los pasatiempos
miércoles, 15 de abril – El dinero y el trabajo
miércoles, 6 de mayo – Los estudios y el futuro
For those of you who have been using the Courtesy Access on Connect, here is a file that explains how to upgrade to the fully licensed version when your Courtesy Access expires:
Coordinator – Lower Level Spanish Program