Current Online Course Schedule

This page gives you a quick way to find out more about online and hybrid courses offered at MiraCosta. Click any course title to learn more about the course. Many instructors add details here about expectations for the course and what students need to do to get started.

Courses listed as "Online Only" may be completed entirely online.
Courses listed as "Hybrid" will have some class activity that takes place at a designated location in addition to your online coursework. This activity may range from a few proctored exams to regular meetings on a MiraCosta campus.

Intermediate Spanish (Third Semester)

This course continues to develop Spanish language acquisition through listening, speaking, reading, and writing. It reviews and expands upon the vocabulary and grammatical structures introduced in SPAN 101 and SPAN 102, and it develops the student's ability to engage in casual conversation, express opinions, and make suggestions in Spanish. The course also provides for increased awareness of the Spanish-speaking world's history, geography, and customs, including its socio-political practices and cultural artifacts. This course corresponds to the fourth year of high school Spanish. UC CREDIT LIMITATION: Credit for SPAN 201 or SPAN 203.

Subject: SPAN
Units: 4

Instructor information about this course

Learning Management System (LMS) for this course: Blackboard
LMS link: https://blackboard.miracosta.edu
Course start page: https://sites.google.com/site/pilihdez/
Course email: phernandez@miracosta.edu
Office: OC4704
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Instructor notes: If you sign up for this class online because you don't have time to take a class right now, then you really shouldn't take a class. Online classes take as many hours as an on-site class, if not more. This is not a self-paced class. On the contrary, to get you through the 16 weeks successfully, it follows a strict schedule. To be successful, you'll need to spend at the very least 12 hours per week on this class. If you were taking this course on campus, you would have to attend 4.5 hours of class, plus 8 hours outside of class to practice, study and do homework. The equivalent to those in class hours for an online student is spending 4.5 hours studying the text, watching all of the tutorials and videos, sometimes twice to make sure that you have understood. The other 8 hours should be spent studying, working on the workbook and lab manual, the voice recordings or blog, and the quizzes.

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