Noticias

Interested in exploring the link between language, identity, and community?

Taught by Prof. Vinall, one of our Spanish professors, ICS 2A delves into the relationships between language and community, and how we can affect them.

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World Languages Club

The De Anza World Languages meets every other Tuesday from 12:30-2:00. The next meeting is February 11th.


Voces y Manos

Spanish 1 students work in solidarity with Guatemalan youth.

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¡Bienvenidos!

The Spanish Department at De Anza College is housed in the Intercultural International Studies Division, along with the various other world languages departments. We offers first year, quarter-long language courses that build practical communication skills (reading, writing, listening, and speaking) which are taught primarily in Spanish from the very beginning. They all fulfill GE requirements, are transferable, and meet a requirement of the A.A. Degree in Global Studies.


Course Offerings Spring 2019

Course & Title

Time

Days

Instructor

SPAN 1 (1st quarter)

Elementary Spanish

8:30am - 9:20am

Hybrid

MTWTh (on campus)

& F (online, TBA)

C. Lizardi-Folley

11:30am - 12:20pm

Hybrid

MTWTh (on campus)

& F (online, TBA)

C. Lizardi-Folley

1:30pm - 3:45pm

Hybrid

Monday (on campus)

& TBA (online)

K. Vinall

1:30pm - 3:45pm

TTh

R. Abrica-Carrasco

SPAN 2 (2nd quarter)

Elementary Spanish

9:30am - 10:20am

Hybrid

MTWTh (on campus)

& F (online, TBA)

C. Lizardi-Folley

1:30pm - 3:45pm

MW

R. Abrica-Carrasco

6:30pm - 8:45pm

MW

R. Abrica-Carrasco

SPAN 3 (3nd quarter)

Elementary Spanish

6:30pm - 8:45pm

MW

K. Vinall


What if I already know Spanish? — Prerequisite Clearance

If:

  • You have studied Spanish at another institution (high school or another college)
  • You are a native speaker
  • OR you have other knowledge of Spanish

You may be eligible to skip certain lower level Spanish courses. One year of high school Spanish or one term of college Spanish is generally equivalent to one quarter of Spanish at De Anza, however you may be asked to complete an assessment. For those in other circumstances, an assessment will generally be required.

For further details and the relevant forms, visit the world languages prerequisite clearance page.

The Spanish department does not provide certification services of any kind.

Students who enroll in our courses come from local high schools, other community colleges, four-year colleges, and the community at large, including mature learners, professionals who seek to acquire or enhance their Spanish skills, and individuals whose personal and family relationships have led them to interact with Spanish-speakers on a daily basis.

Regard the following when deciding which course is best for you:


Useful Links to Study Spanish

Other Resources

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