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Spanish and Latinamerican Studies

1st Year
Spanish and Latinamerican Studies Curriculum
Category Code Courses Credits Abeek
Liberal Arts Essential A00039 English Conversation I 2.00
This course is to improve students' communicative competence in English and understandings of the Western culture. The students practice listening and speaking through activities in pairs and in a small group as well as in a teacher-to-student interaction. With linguistic and cultural approaches, learners are engaged in expanding their knowledge of English vocabulary and grammar, and in understanding a variety of sentence structures to help the learners use them in a real situation. Also skills for standard tests like the TOEIC are taught. Since this course needs language practice, the students are advised to aggressively participate in class with their best efforts.
Liberal Arts Elective A00118 Information Culture in the Contemporary Society 2.00
This lecture aims to understand information society from the cultural perspective. The main components of this lecture are two. One is to understand the positive and negative aspects of information society. The other is to cultivate the students' mind to convert the existing information society into the better one.
Liberal Arts Elective A00935 Spanish for hispanic culture 2.00
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Basic Elective B01222 Understanding of General Linguistics 2.00
Linguistics studies the nature of language which is the medium of communication. This study is done in terms of universality and the government of language rules. By studying the unique features of the humanity of the language, we can better understand human beings as a talking and thinking animal.
Basic Elective B01226 Understanding Western Culture 2.00
This course develops the understanding of the western culture, reading texts that introduce general facts of the culture. It is a course designed to acquaint students with various aspects of the western culture and civilization from its beginning to the present.
Major Elective B01380 Elementary Spanish I 3.00
This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of Spanish grammar and focuses on the development of four skills in Spanish in its basic level: comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Emphasis will be placed on the Spanish grammar, but, additionally, the students will meet with some aspects of the cultures and lives of the Spanish speaking world.
Major Elective B01803 Basic actual training of Spanish I 2.00
The practice which it reads, audio listening and video watching, it writes, announcement and the dialogue discussion it leads and high class Spain U description below it is a process which piles up the fundamental .It listens to the tape and it repeats with it improves the capability.
Major Elective B01823 Cultural Experience of Spanish Speaking CountriesI 1.00
This subject aims to enhance the learner's interests in and motivation for learning Spanish and Latin American Culture. In this course, students may experience as well as art, music, dance, foods, body languages and traditions by various materials directly or indirectly.
2nd year
Spanish and Latinamerican Studies Curriculum
Category Code Courses Credits Abeek
Liberal Arts Elective A00957 Critical Thinking & Argumentative Writing 2.00
Critical thinking requires seeing things through imagination from perspectives other than our own and envisioning the likely consequences of our position. Thinking critically besides involves trying to see how things fit together and judging the merit of our assumptions and the weight of the evidence in their favor. Hence this course begins with talking about searching for hidden assumptions, noticing various various facets, unraveling different strands, evaluating what is most significant, in a given argumentative essay. The rest of this course concerns writing arguments. It deals with getting and developing ideas, formulating and stating a basic thesis, making supplementary propositions that will explain and defend the thesis.
Liberal Arts Essential A01116 Reading and Writing in English 2.00
The primary focus of this course is to cultivate students' reading ability and to develop their writing ability through various materials concerning human and social sciences as well as natural sciences. Moreover, this course is designed to improve students' understanding about British and American culture.
Major Elective B01330 Spanish Grammar I 2.00
This course offers a detailed study of various aspects of Spanish grammar that the students need in order to understand or analyze its sentence structure. Emphasis will be given to understanding the basic concepts of Spanish grammar and its uses, and a variety of practical exercises will be also accompanied.
Major Elective B01805 Spanish Composition I 3.00
The purpose of this course is to improve the writing skills in Spanish. For this purpose, the course will provide some instructions and practice in writing, and will also develop the vocabulary for written and oral expressions. In the first term, the practice will be realized by means of some exercises assigned by the professor, and in the second term, the students will perform free composition with specific topics.
Major Essential B01807 Intermediate actual training of Spanish I 2.00
For Spanish studying it applies the multimedia facility which is various. Audiovisual material existing and with base present-day and the higher-order unit enemy for studying the Internet back computer it leads and it reads,, it listens to lead improves the desire of the studying.
Major Elective B01809 Spanish & Latin american literature I 3.00
The main contents of this class are teaching the history of the spanish & latin american literature and outlining the important authors and their representative works of each epoch. The emphasis will be put on the studying the authors and their works of the age of 1960 that is called Latin american Boom
Major Elective B01811 Latin America Culture and history I 3.00
Its primary target is to offer the general perspective on the past and the present of Spain and Latin America, so that the students learn the main events of history and the culture as the bases for understanding of Spain and Latin America. Specially, this class emphasizes the Hispanic cultures that are related closely to Latin America.
Major Elective B01833 Spanish reading comprehension I 3.00
This is an elective course provided for second-year students as a three-hour lecture per week (3 units). In this course, students are required to read various practical texts such as stories, instructions, and newspaper articles of Spain and Latin America. Emphasis will be given to analyzing sentence structures and memorizing vocabulary and idioms.
3rd year
Spanish and Latinamerican Studies Curriculum
Category Code Courses Credits Abeek
Liberal Arts Elective A00958 Social Ethics in the of Age Globalisation 2.00
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Major Elective B01322 Advanced Spanish conversation I 2.00
This course is for showing the linguistic and communicative competency in Spanish with the practical use of the grammar in different daily and imaginative situations, putting greater emphasis in the intepretación skills, the auditory understanding and the oral expression.
Major Elective B01462 Overseas Training in Spanish and Latin American LiteratureII 3.00
Major Elective B01464 Overseas Training in Spanish & Latin American Studies II 2.00
Major Elective B01465 Overseas Training in Spanish GrammarII 3.00
Major Elective B01466 Overseas Training in Spanish CompositionII 3.00
Major Elective B01467 Overseas Training in Spanish ConversationII 2.00
Major Elective B01468 Overseas Training in Spanish ReadingII 2.00
Major Elective B01813 Latin American fictionI 3.00
The main contents of this class are teaching the history of the latin american novels and outlining the important authors and their representative works of each epoch. The emphasis will be put on the studying the authors and their works of the age of 1960 that is called Latin american Boom
Major Elective B01815 Practice of Translation I 3.00
This class goes towards the translation of the Spanish to the Korean. Considering that the translation of the Spanish becomes more and more important nowadays, it will try to form the specialists of the Spanish through the communicative practices of the translation.
Major Elective B01817 Latin American political and economy I 3.00
Its primary target is to offer the general perspective on the past and the present of Latin America, so that the students learn the main events of history and the culture as the bases for understanding of Latin America.
4th year
Spanish and Latinamerican Studies Curriculum
Category Code Courses Credits Abeek
Liberal Arts Elective A00111 Economics and Economic Life 2.00
Teacher Training A01154 Spanish Education Studies in Teaching Materials and Teaching Methods 3.00
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Major Elective B01819 Business Spanish I 2.00
Alumni who has basic spanish ability may learn how to speak and write business and conversational Spanish by listening and repeating examples. This class will cover various business themes as well as various cultural aspects and business etiquette of the Spanish speaking countries and that of general international business society. So that students may improve their disposition as a international person.
Major Elective B01825 Professional Interpreting ans Translating PracticeI 3.00
This course aims at learning and practicing the consecutive interpreting and translating methods in the professional areas. To achieve the competences required of each area, this course seeks to build the capacities for understanding and analyzing the messages of source language and communicating the meaning of source-language text by means of an equivalent target-language.
Major Elective B01880 Seminar on Latin American current IssuesⅠ 3.00
This course has mainly two purposes; First, one is to introduce the current issues such as politics, economy, international relations, social development, and its main problems facing Latin American societies. And the other is to understand the mentioned current issues themselves consulting the various on-line and off-line materials.

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