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SPAN 228: Herencia Latina II: Nuestras Voces en Contexto

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Detail of Entrada de Hezeta (Heceta Head)

Detail showing "Entrada de Hezeta" from: Juan Francisco de la Bodega y Quadra (1791) Carta General de cuanto hasta hoy se ha descubierto y examinado por los españoles en la Costa Septentrional de California. Source: BNE, Biblioteca Digital Hispánica

Descripción del curso

Como parte de la serie Herencia latina (con SPAN 218) este curso tiene como propósito integrar a lxs estudiantes de herencia latina en el currículum de estudios del español en la UO. El curso se ha desarrollado para estudiantes para quienes el español es una lengua de casa/comunidad y cuyo español oral sea quizás más desarrollado que su escritura y lectura. Estos dos cursos prepararán tal estudiante para los cursos más avanzados (300+) que emplean el español en un contexto académico. ¿Tienes preguntas?  Please contact your instructor.

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