Optional classes (subject to changes)

FOR SPANISH

OPTATIONAL CLASSES
Credits: 1    Hours: 18

Initial

Spanish 1

Loud-voice reading 1

Students will share loud-voice readings with their classmates which with the help of their professors will allow them to broaden their vocabulary and improve their pronunciation by means of the discovery of stories (tales) that will let them approach Mexican culture.

Spanish 2

Loud-voice reading 2

Students will share loud-voice readings with their classmates which with the help of their professors will allow them to broaden their vocabulary and improve their pronunciation by means of the discovery of stories (tales) that will let them approach Mexican culture.

Spanish 3

Reading Club 1

Through a simple analysis (general panorama, characters and plot) and the group discussion of a selection of texts, students will start discovering the world of Mexican literature.

Spanish 4

Reading Club 2

Through a simple analysis (general panorama, characters and plot) and the group discussion of a selection of texts, students will start discovering the world of Mexican literature.

Spanish 5

Mexican Literature (19th and 20th centuries)

Students will be able to identify the main authors and literary movements of the 19th and 20yh centuries as well as the historic context to elaborate more complete analysis of the literary works that are studied during this course.

Spanish 6

Spanish-American literature (19th and 20th centuries)

Students will be able to identify the main authors and literary movements of the 19th and 20yh centuries as well as the historic context to elaborate more complete analysis of the literary works that are studied during this course.

 

 

 

Mexican plastic overview
Students will know the different expressions, schools, movements and artists of the 20th and early 21st centuries Fresco painting, Modernism, Rupture, Oxacan diaspora). This has a guided visit as a complement.

 

 

 

Mexican music overview
Students will discover the different musical genres that conform the diversity of Mexican music and at the same time they will understand the differences between
Traditional, popular and academic music.

Spanish 7

Contemporary Hispanic-American Narrative

Students will deepen in their recognition of the contemporary narrative subgenres as well as of the main works and authors of our times.

Spanish 8

Literary analysis

Students will get the necessary elements to carry out a basic literary analysis that will allow them to value Mexican literature as a cultural patrimony and a means for the aesthetic pleasure of the Spanish language.


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