On completion of the course, students shall, in Spanish, be able to:
- explain and compare phonetic and phonological aspects of the Spanish language in Spanish-speaking regions
- demonstrate knowledge of language phonology in relation to rules for spelling and word stress
- compare the phonetic and phonological features of different Spanish-speaking regions
- comment on the content of longer presentations that demonstrate different registers of spoken Spanish, such as news, TV programmes, web-based audiovisual media, and films
- communicate orally with an acceptable pronunciation
- debate on a particular subject and in their own oral presentation demonstrate the ability to express themselves coherently and correctly
- apply presentation techniques in oral presentations.
Written and oral assignments, active participation in seminars, and a final written web-based examination.
Forms of Study
Lectures and obligatory seminars. The language of instruction is Spanish.
The Swedish grades U–VG.
For a final course grade of VG, students must achieve a VG in both modules.
Reporting of grades:
Module 1: Rules for Pronunciation and Word Stress - Theory and Practice - 2 cr
Module 2: Oral Language Proficiency - Theory and Practice - 5.5 cr
- General entrance requirements (no knowledge of Swedish is required) + Spanish step 3, English A Or: Spanish 3, English A from Swedish upper secondary school, or equivalent knowledge