Intermediate Spanish

Discipline: Spanish
Instructor: Silverstein
Credits: 3
Day: null
Start: 08:00
End: 09:15
Field Work: Day 1 | Spain Download Syllabus

Spanish 2010 is a three credit intermediate level course, the third course in a four-course sequence which fulfills the language requirement. The goal of this course is to bridge the gap between elementary and advanced levels in the further development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills.

Special Requirements:

SPAN 1020, SPAN 1060, or SAT II score of 520-590, or Placement Test score of 326-409.

Field Work

Country: Spain
Day: 1

Enjoy the opportunity to learn more about the Spanish culinary world and prepare paella, a typical Spanish dish. Depart from the pier to Catalunya Square and walk to la Boquerìa Market, where you will learn what ingredients are needed to make paella and explore the market. Depart the market for a guided walking tour through the narrow streets of Barcelona's Barri Gotic, an area that is home to numerous historic palaces, courtyards and plazas. Depart via motorcoach to Maremagnum Hall, where a chef will show you how to make paella. While the dish is cooking, enjoy some typical Catalan pa amb tomaquet with ham and cheese and beverages. Later, enjoy paella, desserts and coffee. En route to the ship, enjoy a panoramic drive around the city narrated in Spanish, passing the Columbus Monument, Catalunya Square and Passeig de Gràcia, a wide boulevard lined with some of the city's most celebrated Art Nouveau buildings, including the Gaudí-designed Casa Batlló and La Pedrera.