Foreign Languages and Literatures at MIT

21F.704: Spanish IV

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Continued study of the language, literature, and culture of Spanish-speaking countries to improve oral and written communication. Materials include contemporary Spanish and Latin American films, literary texts (short stories, poetry and a novel), online video interviews with a variety of Spanish-speakers and other Web resources. Meets with 21F.774 when offered concurrently. Limited to 18 per section. Credit cannot also be received for 21F.774. Students who are enrolled in 21F.076J Globalization should register for 21F.774. Prereq: 21F.703, 21F.773, or permission of instructor. Coreq for 21F.774: 21F.076J.

Prereqs:  21F.703, 21F.773, or permission of instructor

Enrollment limited to 18 for pedagogical reasons. Preference will be given to pre-registered students, including pre-registered undergraduates who were cut from the same class the previous semester due to the enrollment cap. Please note that you have to attend the first day of class to maintain your preference level. In case of overenrollment, preference will be given in the following order: concentrators, minors or majors, continuing students, pre-registered students of 21F.076J, juniors, sophomores, freshmen, seniors (taking Spanish at MIT for the first time) and graduate students.

Units: 4-0-8(U)



Fall 2014

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