Spanish  (SPN) Courses


SPN 101 Spanish I (3-0) 3 credits

SPN 101 is a beginning language course designed for students with no previous experience in Spanish, or whose experience does not make placement in a higher level Spanish course advisable. The course is designed to provide students with the fundamentals of Spanish pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar, as well as an introduction to Hispanic culture. The course will stress the development of communication skills, especially listening and speaking, but will also promote reading and writing skills. Not open to students with credit in or currently enrolled in SPN 101 or SPN 140. This course carries SUNY General Education World (Foreign) Language credit.  View Course Syllabus Adobe Acrobat, PDF


SPN 102 Spanish II (3-0) 3 credits

SPN 102 is a continuation of the introductory level language course (SPN 101), with increased emphasis on vocabulary enrichment and the development of speaking ability as well as strengthening listening and reading comprehension skills. Students at this level will also continue to develop insights into Hispanic culture and to draw comparisons with their own culture. SPN 101 or SPN 140 or an equivalent skill level in the language as recommended by the World Languages @ FLCC Language Placement Guide. This course carries SUNY General Education World (Foreign) Language credit.  View Course Syllabus Adobe Acrobat, PDF


SPN 201 Spanish III (3-0) 3 credits

SPN 201 expands on the vocabulary and grammatical structures introduced in the first two semesters of study. Emphasis is on the continued development of Spanish language skills through the study and discussion of authentic readings in Hispanic literature and culture. Students will learn strategies to improve reading comprehension and fundamental composition writing skills. Students at this level will also continue to develop deeper insights into Hispanic culture and to draw comparisons with their own culture. Prerequisite: SPN 102 or an equivalent skill level in the language as recommended by the World Languages @ FLCC Language Placement Guide. This course carries SUNY General Education World (Foreign) Language credit.  View Course Syllabus Adobe Acrobat, PDF


SPN 202 Spanish IV (3-0) 3 credits

SPN 202 is a continuation of the intermediate level course (SPN 201). Emphasis is on enhancing communication skills in Spanish, both spoken and written. Students will refine critical reading and writing skills through further exploration of Hispanic literature and culture. Prerequisite: SPN 201 or an equivalent skill level in the language as recommended by the World Languages @ FLCC Language Placement Guide. This course carries SUNY General Education World (Foreign) Language credit.  View Course Syllabus Adobe Acrobat, PDF


SPN 203 Spanish V (3-0) 3 credits

SPN 203 further develops Spanish speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills at the advanced intermediate level. The course includes an introduction to representative literary works of the Spanish-speaking world and a review of key and complex grammatical structures to support increased focus on reading and composition. Increasing awareness of cultural themes will be reinforced by a variety of activities designed to enhance and stimulate speaking skills. Prerequisite: SPN 202 or an equivalent skill level in the language as recommended by the World Languages @ FLCC Language Placement Guide. This course carries SUNY General Education World (Foreign) Language credit.  View Course Syllabus Adobe Acrobat, PDF


SPN 204 Spanish VI (3-0) 3 credits

SPN 204 further develops Spanish speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills at the advanced intermediate level. The course includes continuing study of representative literary works of the Spanish-speaking world and a review of key and complex grammatical structures to support increased focus on reading and composition. Deepening awareness of cultural themes will be reinforced by a variety of activities designed to enhance and stimulate speaking skills. Prerequisite: SPN 203 or an equivalent skill level in the language as recommended by the World Languages @ FLCC Language Placement Guide. This course carries SUNY General Education World (Foreign) Language credit.  View Course Syllabus Adobe Acrobat, PDF