Professor: Anthony Nuñospanish 102-Sec 2

Professor: Anthony Nuñospanish 102-Sec 2

Professor: Anthony NuñoSpanish 102-Sec 2

Office Hours:MWF-2-3:00Class Meets: MWF 12:30-1:55

Office DDH -B123Classroom:DDH 103G

Telephone: 665 6799

TEXTS: Samaniego et al. ¡Dímelo tú! and Cuaderno de actividades y manual de laboratorio (fourth edition)


Sept 10Course introduction & Capítulo 5Goals: The goal of this course is to

12Capítulo 5help each student develop

increasingly higher levels of

15Capítulo 5competency in Spanish. To achieve

17Capítulo 5this it will be necessary for you to

19 5perform a variety of language tasks

22Test 1 (Homework due) Capítulo 6and functions in many different

24Capítulo 6contexts and within an appropriate

26 6range of accuracy. Daily practice is

29 6essential to this process, and to this

October 1 6end, you should take advantage of the

3Capítulo 6 -Test 2 (homework due)Language laboratory (DDH-E 102)

6Capítulo 7 on days when classes do not meet.

8Capítulo 7Grading: Three in-class tests and a

10 7Final examination will be given. Each

13 7in-class test and the final will be worth

15 715 % of your grade( total 60 %). The

17Capítulo 7final will cover only Capítulo 4, and is not

20Capítulo 7-Test 3-homework duecomprehensive. In addition, homework

22Capítulo 8assignments will make up 15 % of your

24Capítulo 8grade. The remaining 25% will be

27Capítulo 8determined from classroom attendance

29 8and participation, plus a small portafolio

which topic, you will decide and will present to the class. No make-up test will

31 8be given however, the subsequent test

Novemberwill count double. If subsequent test

3Capítulo 8is also missed, the previously missed

5Capítulo 8-Test 4(homework due)test will automatically be counted as F.

7Capítulo 9You are responsible for all work covered

10 9 and and assigned regardless of your

12 9ability to attend class.

14 9

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18Last day of Classes –review (homework due)

Final Exam: Friday, November 21 11:00-1:30 p.m.

Attendance note: Six (6) unexcused absences will result in an F for the course.

This syllabus is subject to change to meet the needs of the class. Any such change will

be announced. Students are invited and encouraged to contact the instructor for

assistance during regular office hours whenever they feel it necessary.


The CSUB rules regarding the integrity of scholarship will be strictly enforced. For your information, the rules, as they appear on page 59 of the 2001-2003 Catalog are as follows:

The principles of truth and honesty are recognized as fundamental to a community of teachers and scholars. The University expects that both faculty and students will honor these principles and in so doing protect the validity of University grades. This means that all academic work will be done by the student to whom it is assigned, without unauthorized aid of any kind. Instructors, for their part, will exercise care in the planning and supervision of academic work so that honest effort will be positively encouraged.

Plagiarism, the practice of taking ideas and writings from another and offering them as one's own, is a form of cheating and is unacceptable. It may consist of handing in someone else's work, copying a composition, using ideas, paragraphs, sentences, or phrases written by another or using ideas, data, and statistics compiled by another. This includes rearrangement of phrases from the original into a new pattern. When using ideas, interpretations, or material written or compiled by another, acknowledgment of indebtedness to the original author or source must be made by the use of quotation marks, footnotes or similar references.

A student may not submit a paper (or two papers which are substantially the same) for credit in two different courses unless a prior agreement to accept such work has been made between the instructors involved.

If any instance of academic dishonesty is discovered by an instructor, it is the instructor's responsibility to give a failing grade to the student for the course. In every case, the instructor should notify in writing the Dean of Students and the dean of the school in which the student is enrolled of the circumstances of the case. In all cases of academic dishonesty, the first offense will result in the student's receiving an "F" in the course and the second offense will result in termination of the student's enrollment at the University.

A student may appeal any sanction employed by the instructor and the University based upon an allegation of academic dishonesty by initiating grievance procedures within no more than fifteen (15) school days (academic year) after notification of the grade is mailed or personally given to the student. Procedures are available in the School deans' offices.