Students of all faculties, students with a JOO flexible study right
- After completing the course, students will understand Spanish-language speech and texts on societal and topical issues.
- They will be able to communicate in formal and informal situations in Spanish, both orally and in writing.
- Students will be able to conjugate and use verbs in the subjunctive and indicative mood.
- 44 hours of contact teaching, 36 hours of independent study
- Active participation (75% attendance)
- Completion of agreed assignments within given guidelines
- Study methods: Mid-course assignments, a final assignment as well as pairwork and groupwork during lectures
Starting level CEFR A2 (PDF). Intermediate Spanish 2 at the Language Centre or corresponding skills. Good skills acquired during upper secondary education.
Topics include operating in academic environments, professional life and leisure activities, health, the environment, sustainable development, society, the past, the present and visions for the future.
Skills to be practised: Speaking, listening, writing and reading.
Study methods: Working in pairs and small groups.
|Study materials and literature
Finn Lectura, 2020
Minna Intke-Hernández, Kimmo Kontturi, Marjaana Kuokkanen-Kekki, Katri Palmujoki
|Assessment practices and criteria
Assessment is based on the factors listed in the learning outcomes and methods of completion.
Assessment is continuous and based on active participation in class and the mid-course assignments.
Feedback and assessment methods used: Continuous assessment, feedback and assessment by the teacher, peer assessment and self-assessment.
If unsure of your skill level, please contact the course teacher before registering for the course.
After completing this course, you can take level B1 courses.