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1 HISPANIC STUDIES / SPA 210 (001/002) SPANISH GRAMMAR AND SYNTAX Fall 2007 (M/W/F) Instructor: Office: Class Time: Office Hours: Ph: 257- Room: This syllabus is available on the World Wide Web: REQUIRED TEXTS. (1) *Avanzando: Gramática española y lectura 6 th Ed. (de la Vega and Salazar) with Cuaderno de ejercicios (2) *A good Spanish-English/English-Spanish dictionary * These texts must be brought to class every day. COURSE DESCRIPTION. SPA 210 is a grammar course required for the major and minor in Hispanic Studies. Students are provided a thorough review of previously learned grammar and are also exposed to aspects of Spanish grammar that may be new, all of this while practicing speaking and writing skills. Students will be evaluated according to their performance on written examinations, homework assignments, written compositions, attendance, and active participation in class as well as their performance on any other assignments deemed necessary by the instructor. Outside readings will be assigned to present Spanish grammar within authentic Spanish language texts and to allow for in-class discussions to provide background knowledge in preparation for written compositions. Students are expected to participate actively, complete readings and assignments fully, and to come to class prepared with questions concerning their out of class work. Each day is extremely full of grammar topics to be covered, some or most of which should be review, so students who need slower and/or more individualized help with certain grammar points should plan on meeting with the instructor during office hours. The course will be conducted almost exclusively in Spanish. COURSE OBJECTIVES. (1) To enhance intermediate language skills (acquired in SPA ) through a detailed focus on Spanish grammar. (2) To improve students understanding of Spanish grammar and to integrate it in their writing and speaking through compositions and in-class group work. (3) To broaden students perspectives of topics relevant in modern Spanish-speaking societies, domestically and internationally, through readings and other class activities. (4) To use writing and discussion in Spanish to explore the relationship of the course materials to students own lives and values with a view to understand the perspectives of others. COURSE DYNAMICS. The primary objective of this course is to transmit the content of the class Spanish grammar while also including some practice of the grammar via oral/aural and written activities. The class covers a lot of material and in much greater depth than previous 4-skills courses (e.g., ) so although time will be allotted for speaking and practicing the grammar in class, most of class time will be spent learning the grammar and the necessary terminology. The content of this course and the object of study is Spanish grammar. Therefore, students must study the assigned pages rather than simply read them in order to arrive at class with some degree of understanding of the grammatical concepts to be covered as well as the terms used to discuss those concepts. We will also read short articles from modern-day magazines as well as readings from the book and discuss their content in addition to analyzing certain grammar points found in the readings. GRADE BREAKDOWN. The following are the components of the final grade for this course: - Attendance and participation (10%). As mentioned, this is an in-depth and intense grammar course. While assigned exercises are designed to allow students to practice concepts learned in class, class time is meant to clarify difficult grammar points and to answer questions from the assigned pages from the textbook and the workbook. This means that active participation and regular attendance are crucial to your final grade. A grading rubric for the participation grade is attached to the on-line syllabus and a participation grade will be given to each student approximately every 3-4 weeks throughout the semester. Students are permitted 3 absences for any reason. Remember that the 3 permitted absences are intended to provide for such eventualities as illness (including trips to the university health clinic), family emergencies, etc. (see University Senate Rule for explanation). Unexcused absences, i.e. those lacking documentation and not defined by Senate Rule , beyond the 3 mentioned above will be penalized by two percentage points per absence from the final grade. Any arrivals of 25 minutes late or more will be counted as an absence. As late arrivals are disruptive every three tardies and/or early departures will count as one unexcused absence. There will be no make-ups given for quizzes, exams or other work 1

2 missed due to an unexcused absence. If you must be absent, it is your responsibility to contact a classmate and find out what was done in the class you missed and what is due in the next class. - Homework (15%). The daily reading from the textbook or the blackboard site is noted in the Para leer antes de clase column and the daily written assignments from the cuaderno, the Blackboard site, or written compositions are noted in the Para completer antes de clase column of your daily syllabus which means that they must be read and completed before coming to class that day. The grammatical exercises you complete for homework will be from the workbook (cuaderno) and will need to be completed by the days indicated and turned in every Friday. Whenever you have a workbook (cuaderno) assignment due you must correct your work using the back of the book and clearly mark errors with a different color than the one in which you completed the exercise, i.e., using blue to correct black is not different enough. This is a crucial step you must take to get full credit for your homework. All written homework assignments are graded for completion where 3 represents homework that is 100% completed and corrected in another color pen if workbook pages, 2 represents more than half completed, 1 is less than half, and 0 would correspond to no homework being turned in. Reading comprehension questions from the readings found on blackboard will need to be answered in writing before class in order to facilitate insightful discussion and are considered part of the homework assignment to be turned in. Each answer to these reading comprehension questions should be written in full sentences with a minimum of two sentences per answer. All homework from the week should be stapled together (workbook and reading comprehension questions) and will be collected on Fridays or if there is an exam or a holiday on a given Friday, the last day of instruction of that particular week. - Written exams (35%). Two written exams will be administered during the semester (20%) as well as a final exam (15%). The exams will cover material covered in the text, workbook, readings and class discussions. They will focus on grammar and topics from the readings and will include questions of different types: fill-in-the-blank, multiple choice, short answer, and short essay. - Compositions (40%). Three (3) compositions (1-1½ pages [275 (min.) 325 (max.) words], typed and double-spaced) will be collected throughout the semester. These assignments will typically entail a response to a reading and/or a class discussion. Students will rewrite the first (15% of final grade) and second (15% of final grade) composition after receiving feedback: 1 st version (40% of comp. grade), 2 nd version (60% of comp. grade). The third composition (10%) will not be rewritten and will receive one grade. Use the Tally Sheet to keep track of your most common mistakes to help you focus your efforts in learning specific grammar points. ** PLAGIARISM (SRR 6.3.1). All academic work, written or otherwise, submitted by students to their instructors or other academic supervisors, is expected to be the result of their own thought, research or self-expression. When students submit work purporting to be their own, but which in any way borrows ideas, organization, wording or anything else from another source without appropriate acknowledgement of the fact, the students are guilty of plagiarism. 2

3 PARTICIPATION GUIDELINES Participation # Date Name: GRADE: / Arrived for class on time with homework already completed before class and ready to discuss with others. 2. Spoke exclusively in Spanish during whole class and group discussions and even after finishing an activity with his/her partner. 3. Initiated oral interaction by responding to classmate s comments in addition to responding to instructor s questions without being called on. 4. Participated actively and as frequently as possible in whole group and pair discussions of readings and/or cultural topics by presenting his/her ideas or opinions. 5. Demonstrated an attentive, alert, and engaged attitude during class as well as a respect for others by contributing to a classroom atmosphere conducive to learning. ** If students are dissatisfied with their participation grade, they should contact their instructor immediately and resolve the discrepancies with him/her. Participation is 15% of your total grade. 3

4 SPA 210: Gramática Avanzada Corrección de la Composición On your essay you will notice that we do not directly correct the errors or provide the appropriate words, but have indicated errors by including a code from those below to help you figure out what needs to be corrected on your second draft. You have the responsibility to correct your own errors on your first draft of paper, and turn in the final version on time. Code Meaning First sentence has errors = Second sentence is correct. AGR ART IP MW RP P Agreement: -Number: singular or plural -Gender: masculine or feminine Article: -Incorrect form of article: Definite or indefinite -Missing article where it should be used Incorrect Pronoun: -Used the incorrect pronoun: Direct, indirect, reflexive, object of preposition -Missing pronoun Missing Word, required by Spanish grammar: Article, personal a, prepositions like por or para, conjunctions like que, etc. Misuse of relative pronoun: -Incorrect relative pronoun -Omission of relative pronoun Las botas verde. La mapa es bonita. 4 = Las botas verdes. = El mapa es bonito. La mapa está en la oficina. = El mapa está en la oficina. Tengo bicicleta en garaje. = Tengo la bicicleta en el garaje. Mis padres ayudaron mi. = Mis padres me ayudaron a mí. Escribí una carta a ella. = Le escribí una carta a ella. Yo levanto a las seis, y visto con ropa. = Me levanto a las seis y me visto. Vamos bailar esta noche. = Vamos a bailar esta noche. Compré este libro Teresa. = Compré este libro para Teresa. El niño quien bebe agua es Juan. = El niño que bebe agua es Juan. La historia te dije es cierta. = La historia que te dije es cierta. Punctuation: -Incorrect punctuation or Lack of punctuation. Dónde vivo? Vivo en España = Dónde vivo? Vivo en España. P/I Misuse of Preterite or Imperfect: Cuando fui pequeño, fui a la playa. = Cuando era pequeño, iba a la playa. PP Personal Pronoun: -Unnecessary or inappropriate use of subject pronoun -Omission of subject pronoun where it is needed Yo como a las doce, yo trabajo después y yo salgo a las 8 de la noche. = Como a las doce, trabajo después y salgo a las 8 de la noche. Salgo y salen también. = Yo salgo y ellos salen también. S S/E SP STR Subjunctive: -Incorrect use of subjunctive. Failure to use subjunctive Misuse of Ser or Estar: -One of these verbs used incorrectly in place of the other Spelling mistake: -Improper capitalization or improper use of lower-case. -Error in spelling. -Missing written accent or error in placing of written accent Structure mistake: -Word placement or direct translation from English (when it s not expressed that way in Spanish) Quiero que tú vienes a mi casa. = Quiero que tú vengas a mi casa. Tú estás moreno y muy alto. = Tú eres moreno y muy alto. Chile es en América del Sur. = Chile está en América del Sur. madrid es una cuidad facil de amar. = Madrid es una ciudad fácil de amar. Yo tuve un buen tiempo. = Yo me divertí. SW Superfluous word(s) OMIT Juan él busca por empleo. = Juan busca empleo. VF Verb form: -Correct tense but incorrect form Mi novio y yo comen. = Mi novio y yo comemos. VT Verb tense: -Incorrect choice of tense. -Error in formation of tense. La semana pasada voy a una fiesta. = La semana pasada fui a una fiesta. -Incorrect sequence of tenses VOC WC WO Vocabulary: -Wrong word or poor choice of words -Spanglish Wrong word choice, from grammatical point of view: -por /para -buen /bueno -gran /grande etc. Juan dropeó su clase de física. = Juan canceló su clase de física. Yo tomé notas en clase. = Yo tomé apuntes en clase. El niño gran es mi primo. = El niño grande es mi primo. Era un bueno ejemplo. = Era un buen ejemplo. Word Order: -Incorrect word position Tengo una azul chaqueta. = Tengo una chaqueta azul. = Same mistake marked before? Illegible: what are you talking about? You need to combine sentences and use complex sentences. Ella es mi hermana. Ella se llama Elena. Tiene 18 años. = Mi hermana, Elena, tiene 18 ELI, Department of Hispanic Studies

5 SPA 210: Spanish Grammar and Syntax NOMBRE: KEEPING TRACK OF YOUR WRITING PROGRESS COMPOSITIONS / CORRECTIONS TALLY SHEET After grading your composition, you must count the corrections according to the key. Attach this tally sheet with your composition every time they are due. In this way, you and your instructor will have a record of your progress. This exercise will help you (and your instructor) to identify specific problems that have to be treated. ** Important: 5 points per day will be the penalty for late compositions. (Actual day, weekends included, not class days). Composición AGR ART IP MW RP P P / I PP S S / E SP STR SW VF VOC VT WC WO =?

6 Department of Hispanic Studies SPA 210/ 2007 TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF ASSIGNMENTS ** The instructor has the right to make any necessary changes to accommodate the material to the progress of the class. PARA LEER PARA COMPLETAR FECHA EN CLASE ANTES DE CLASE ANTES DE CLASE 22 agosto Introducción al curso agosto 27 agosto 29 agosto 31 agosto 3 sept. 5 sept. 7 sept. 10 sept. 12 sept. 14 sept. 17 sept. 19 sept. 21 sept. 24 sept. 26 sept. 28 sept. Diptongo y triptongo; División de sílabas; (pp. 3-5) Acentuación (pp. 5-9) Mayúsculas; Signos de puntuación (pp. 9-15) La oración y sus elementos principales (pp ) Del verbo: persona, número, modo y tiempo (pp ) Presente de indicativo: verbos regulares y verbos irregulares (pp ) Lectura: Olmos, Estefan, Canseco: españoles o hispanos? de Blackboard; Verbos reflexivos; Verbos que expresan idea de cambio (pp ) Interrogativos; Exclamativos (pp ) Lectura: Se acabó la familia de Blackboard; El pasado: pretérito e imperfecto; Pretérito: formas; Imperfecto de indicativo: formas (pp ) Usos del pretérito y del imperfecto de indicativo (pp ) Lectura: Pastis & Coca de Blackboard; En clase: Discutir las preguntas Artículo definido; Artículo indefinido (pp ) Futuro y condicional (pp ) Lectura: Los toros de Blackboard; 2 Leer pp. 3-5 (A; B) Diptongos y triptongos; División de sílabas (pp. 3-4) Leer pp. 5-9 (C) Acentuación: II, III (p. 4-5) Leer pp (D; E) Mayúsculas: III; Signos de puntación: I, III (pp. 6-8) Leer pp (F) La oración y sus elementos principales: II, III (pp. 9-10) Leer pp (A) Del verbo: I, II (pp ) Leer pp (B) Leer Olmos, Estefan, Canseco: españoles o hispanos? Leer pp (C; D) Leer pp (E; F) Leer Se acabó la familia Leer pp (A; B; C) Leer pp (D) Leer Pastis & Coca Leer pp (E; F) Leer pp (A) Leer Los toros Presente de indicativo: III, IV (pp ) Según la lectura, Según usted (pp. 8-9) Reflexivos: I, IV; Verbos de cambio (pp ); Interrogativos: I, II, III (pp ) preguntas Pretérito: II; Imperfecto de indicativo: I, II (pp. 28,30-31) 1 a COMPOSICIÓN (Entregar primera versión) Usos del pretérito y el imperfecto: I, II, III (p ) preguntas Artículo definido: III, IV; Artículo indefinido: I, III (pp ) Futuro: II, III, IV, IX, X (pp , 49-50) preguntas **Entregar tarea

7 1 oct. 3 oct. 5 oct. 8 oct. 10 oct. 12 oct. 15 oct. 17 oct. 19 oct. 22 oct. 24 oct. Usos de ser y estar (pp ) El gerundio o participio presente; Usos del infinitivo (pp ) Participios pasados; Tiempos perfectos del modo indicativo (pp ) Usos del verbo haber; Construcciones pasivas (pp ) Lectura: Los celos de Blackboard; Frases con se; Gustar y otros verbos similares (pp ) Afirmativos y negativos (pp ) Lectura: Comprad humanos, comprad de Blackboard Imperativo (pp ) Modo indicativo y modo subjuntivo; Presente de subjuntivo: formas (pp ) Leer pp (B) Leer pp (C; D) EXAMEN 1 Leer pp (A; B) Leer pp (C; D) Leer Los celos Leer pp (E; F) de la Usos de ser y estar: I, II, III (pp ) El gerundio o participio presente: I, II; Usos del infinitivo: II (pp ) Participios pasados: I, II; Tiempos perfectos: I, II, V (pp ); 1 a COMPOSICIÓN (Entregar segunda versión) Usos del verbo haber; Constr. pasivas: I, II, VI (pp ) preguntas; **Entregar tarea de la Frases con se: II, III; Gustar y verbos similares: I, III (pp ) Leer pp (A) Afirmativos y negativos: I, II, IV (p. 78, 80) Leer Comprad humanos, comprad preguntas; **Entregar tarea de la Leer pp (B) Imperativo: I, II, III (pp ); 2ª COMPOSICIÓN (Entregar primera versión) Leer pp (C; D) Modo indic. y subj.; Presente de subj.: I (pp ); 26 oct. Lectura: Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz: voz feminista de Hispanoamérica, Hombre pequeñito (pp ) y Hombres necios que acusáis de Blackboard; En clase: Discutir Preguntas sobre la lectura Leer pp Preguntas sobre la lectura pp. 183, oct. 31 oct. 2 nov. Usos del subjuntivo: verbos que expresan duda, voluntad o emoción; Frases y expresiones que requiren subjuntivo (pp ) Conjunciones adverbiales que requieren el subjuntivo; El subjuntivo con antecedentes indefinidos o inexistentes (pp ) Lectura: Rumania, fabricante de gimnastas de Blackboard; 3 Leer pp (E; F) Leer pp (A; B) Leer Rumania, fabricante de gimnastas Usos del subj.: I, II; Frases: I, II (pp ; 86-87) Conjunciones adverbiales: I, III; El subj. con: I, II (pp ) preguntas; **Entregar tarea de la 5 nov. Imperfecto de subjuntivo; Presente perfecto de Leer pp (D; Imperf. de subj.: I, III;

8 7 nov. subjuntivo; Pluscuamperfecto de subjuntivo (pp ) Cláusulas con sí (pp ) E; F) Presente perf.: I, III; Pluscuamperfecto: I (pp ; ) Leer pp (H) Cláusulas con sí: II, III (pp )**Entregar tarea de la 2ª COMPOSICIÓN (Entregar segunda versión) 9 nov. 12 nov. 14 nov. 16 nov. 19 nov. 21 nov. 23 nov. Pronombres sujeto; Pronombres en función de complementos directos e indirectos (pp ) Uso de dos pronombres complementos en una misma oración; Pronombres reflexivos; Pronombres usados después de preposición (pp ) Hace + tiempo + que; Adjetivos y pronombres posesivos (pp ; ) Adjetivos y pronombres demostrativos; Sustantivos (pp ) 26 nov. Adjetivos; Adverbios (pp ; ) 28 nov. Comparativos; Superlativos (pp ) 30 nov. 3 dic. Relativos; Preposiciones (pp ; ) Usos de por y para; Verbos que se usan con la preposición a...; Verbos que van seguidos de preposiciones (pp ; ) EXAMEN 2 Leer pp (A; B) Leer pp (C; D; E) Leer pp ; (F; A) Leer pp (B; C) El día de acción de gracias Leer pp ; (D; A) Leer pp (B; C) Leer pp (D; A) Leer pp ; (B; D; E) Pronombres en función: II, III, IV (p. 111) Usos de dos: I; Pron. reflexivos: III; Pron. usados: I (pp ; ) Frases con hacer: I; Adjet. y pron. posesivos: II (p. 117, 124) Adjet. y pron. demon.: I, III; Sust.: II, III (pp ) Adjet.: III, VII; Adver.: II, III (pp. 130, 132; ) Comp. y superlativos: I, II (pp ) Relativos: II, III; Prep.: IV, V (pp ; ) Usos de: II; Verbos con a: II; Verbos de prep.: I (pp. 156; ) 3ª COMPOSICIÓN (Entregar única versión) 5 dic. 7 dic. Usos de pero y sino (pp ); REPASO para el examen final Leer pp Examen Final Verificar el horario del examen final en la siguiente página del Web: Usos de pero y sino: I (pp ; **Entregar tarea de la Preparar preguntas para el/la profesor/a 4

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