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SYLLABUS: Adv. Gram & Comp SPA 314-01

    Mercedes Guijarro-Crouch Spring 06

    FL 212 M, W 2:00-3:15

CONTACT INFORMATION:

    205 Flowe

    508-2742

    E-mail: mcrouch@peace.edu

OFFICE HOURS:

    MW 12:00-1:00 & 3:15-4:15

    TR 1:45-3:15

    F 9:30-11:00;

    Additional hours available by appointment. Check announcements

    on the office door to be sure of office hours on a given day.

PREREQUISITES: Spa 213 and 215 or Placement Test

TEXT:

    1. Repase y escriba: Curso avanzado de gramática y composición.

    Dominicis & Reynolds. 4th ed. Wiley, 2003.

    2. WordReference Dictionaries. http://www.wordreference.com/

    3. Course Pack

COMPETENCIES: Development of all language skills by mainly

    focusing on writing, translation and editing. It is assumed that

    students have already mastered the fundamentals of Spanish grammar

    and that they control the general vocabulary needed for communication.

    Students enrolled in this course will also improve their oral

    communication skills by serving at least a minimum of 12 hours at the

    Jordan Center and at the Raleigh Ministries.

OBJECTIVES: To improve students’ writing and oral skills through

    direct involvement in the community, providing them with

    contextualized, practical working vocabulary and grammatical

    structures to be used in the translation of documents provided by

    several non-profit organizations. Translation exercises will serve as

    the starting point to review structures and to introduce more

    difficult grammatical constructions. Moreover, it will help to

    compare grammatical structures in Spanish and English and to be aware

of the communicative problems of doing literal translations. Editing

    will be a key element in this course. The service component will

    bring topics for compositions and will be a means of reflection about

    linguistic questions and cultural differences.

EVALUATION: SPA 314 will use the standard grading scale (A - F).

    There will be no dropping of the lowest grade in this course. Grades

    will be assigned on the following basis:

     Average of 2 Exams 15%

     Class participation and quizzes 10%

     Final Project 15%

     Journal about service experience 15%

     2 drafted compositions 15%

     Translations 15%

     2 edited compositions 15%

Additional information about the assignments will be posted on

    Blackboard throughout the semester to provide you with further

    information and instructions.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS: Students should work at least a minimum of 12

    hours at Raleigh Ministries and the Jordan Center. Moreover, a

    commitment to the study of the language is expected from each student

    in SPA 314. Prompt completion of assignments before class,

    punctuality and speaking in Spanish in class are expected and

    mandatory. Attendance is also mandatory. Absences will dramatically

    affect your participation grade. If you are not in class, you cannot

    participate.

STUDENT'S RESPONSIBILITY:

    1. Complete assigned exercises from the book, the

    translation handouts and study the assigned vocabulary and idiomatic expressions before coming to class.

    2. A professional conduct is expected from each student

    working at the mentioned centers: be responsible with the schedule that you have set at each center, dress

    appropriately, be punctual, etc

    3. Keep a journal with both linguistic and cultural notes. For instance, write expressions that you are hearing,

    indicating those that you do not fully understand from

    those that you do. Write also expressions in English

    that you were not able to communicate well in Spanish or

    that you have doubts about how to communicate them. The

    cultural notes should include observations, emotions,

    reactions and anything that you learn from the people

    that you are meeting and from this service. 4. Bring your journal to the next class when you have worked

    in any of the center and share your notes with the class.

    We will discuss together the language difficulties and

    cultural barrier that you are facing in your work. 5. Practice outside of class the activities and exercises

    done during class.

    6. Participate actively in class by trying to answer

    questions as well as to ask questions.

    7. Attendance to all the class sessions. Check course

    policies.

    8. Do not leave the class until class ends. Drink or use the

    bathroom before coming to class.

    9. Return assignments on assigned dates. If you fail to

    present your work by the assigned deadline, your work

    will be penalized. Delays will result in the lowering of

    the grade by 10% for each 24 hours of delay. If you fail

    to present the assignment within two weeks after the

    deadline, you will automatically receive a zero (0). NO

    WORK CAN BE MADE UP AFTER THE LAST DAY OF CLASS OF THE

    SEMESTER.

    10. Avoid any case of plagiarism in your compositions. You

    are also plagiarizing if you use a bilingual speaker as a

    translator of your ideas into Spanish. This last case of

    plagiarism is very easy to demonstrate because your

    proficiency level of Spanish doesn't let you use certain

    Spanish structures and many idiomatic expressions.

    Quote your sources in all your papers. Check plagiarism

    policy at the end of the syllabus.

    11. Edit your work carefully by following my feedback.

ATTENDANCE POLICY:

    MORE THAN THREE (3) UNEXCUSED ABSENCES WILL RESULT IN THE

    LOWERING OF YOUR GRADE IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER:

    2 ADDITIONAL UNEXCUSED ABSENCES: FINAL GRADE LOWERED BY 1

    LETTER

    3 ADDITIONAL UNEXCUSED ABSENCES: FINAL GRADE LOWERED BY 2

    LETTERS

    4 OR 5 ADDITIONAL UNEXCUSED ABSENCES: FINAL GRADE LOWERED

    BY 3 LETTERS

    6 OR MORE ADDITIONAL UNEXCUSED ABSENCES WILL RESULT IN

    YOUR FAILING THE COURSE

Failure to complete the 12 hours of service at the mentioned

    Centers will prohibit the student from obtaining a B or A grade

    even if the student have a numerical average of B or A. The

    student with a numerical average of C on all other assignments

    will earn a “D” if she fails to complete the 12 hours.

    Each student may miss five days of class without penalty. These days will be applied toward everyday situations that commonly lead to absences: car trouble; colds, allergies, headaches and

    other common medical problems; medical or other official appointments; a trip that might

    overlap into class days; job-related activities; interviews; etc. It is advisable that each student carefully use these days. Arriving late or leaving before class ends is considered an absence.

    MAKE-UP POLICY: Should a student miss one test, she will have the opportunity to

    make-up that test on the Reading Day (again, the absences must be excused). Missed quizzes will

    result in an assigned grade of “0.” A “0” will also be assigned for any daily work or assignments not turned in on time.

    In order to receive an excused absence in the case that an exam has been missed, the student

    must present a valid or official written statement previous to or during the absence (no later than one

    week after your return to classes). The Academic Affairs Office, as well as advisors, professors and/or

    athletic director are the official channels to inform instructors about students' potential absences on

    exam days.

    CELL PHONE POLICY: Students should ensure that all cell phones and similar electronic devices are turned off or set to silent mode before the start of class and for the duration of class. Any

    student answering a cell phone during class or leaving class to answer a cell phone call will be marked

    absent for the day. Students using the language lab outside of class should also keep cell phones shut off

    or in silent mode. Students should make cell phone calls outside of the language lab to avoid disrupting

    the study of other students in the lab.

HONOR CODE: The Peace College Student Honor Code states:

    On my honor as a Peace College student I

    will not lie, cheat or steal; nor will I

    condone the actions of those who do.

It is expected that students will conduct themselves in all

    aspects of this course in accordance with that code. Cheating of

    any nature will merit a “0” on the task involved, and a repeated

    instance will earn an “F” in the course. Use of online

    translators is considered cheating. It is also cheating to have an

    individual with knowledge of the language complete an assignment

    for you.

    PLAGIARISM POLICY: Peace College has adopted the following policy concerning plagiarism: Plagiarism is theft; it is the deliberate or accidental use of a source’s words,

    interpretation, or information without properly quoting or paraphrasing and acknowledging that use.

In both the professional world and the academic world, plagiarism is punished. In the

    professional world, charges of plagiarism, when proven, carry potentially enormous financial

    penalties. In the academic world, universities and colleges punish plagiarism with varying

    degrees of severity, with the penalties ranging all the way from expulsion from the school, to an

    automatic „F‟ in the course, down to an automatic „F‟ on the particular project or paper.

    There are only two ways to avoid plagiarism:

    1. Quote and Citation: Use the source‟s exact words, place quotation marks at the

    beginning and end of them, and insert a citation immediately at the end of the quotation

    according to the standards of the discipline.

    Paraphrase and Citation: Transform (paraphrase) the source‟s words and information entirely

    into your

    own style of writing, and insert a citation at the end of this paraphrase. If what you write still

    echoes the

    source‟s words and style, you have plagiarized. If you fail to insert a citation, you have plagiarized.

    Student Showcase:

    On April 6, Peace students will present their work in a campus-wide celebration, Student Showcase: Celebrating Scholarship & Creativity. Students in this course are expected to attend 3

    of the Showcase sessions (schedule forthcoming). If you are presenting in one or more of the

    sessions, these sessions may count toward your attendance. Punchcards will be available for

    students to pick up on the day of the Showcase. Attendance monitors will punch these cards to

    document attendance. To receive credit for attendance in this course, students should turn in their

    cards for verification in the next class meeting after the Showcase. By attending the Student

    Showcase, you will earn 4 points of extra credit in your final grade.

    Enero Introducción al curso Primera semana (1 día)

    Segunda semana (1 día) En venta & lavarse las manos Tercera semana

    Cuarta semana Servicio de comidas Quinta semana

    Sexta semana (1 día) Solicitud al centro preescolar

    “Playing together” Séptima semana Clínica dental Octava semana Dispensario médico (open door

    clinic) y formulario de abogado

    apoderado

    Novena semana Vacaciones de primavera Décima semana Acuerdo del dispensario médico Undécima semana Rayos X

    Duodécima semana

    Décimo tercera semana Manual de los padres

    Décimo cuarta semana Manual de los padres Décimo quinta semana Oportunidades para voluntarios Décimo sexta semana La division racial Décimo séptima semana Completar y reviser

    traducciones

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