- Having met the BAC 1 course objectives set by the Faculty of Arts.
- Having enrolled for this course and included it in one's curriculum.
- Simultaneously follow the BAC 2 Spanish classes offered by the Faculty of Arts.
The prerequisite(s) for this Teaching Unit (Unité d’enseignement – UE) for the programmes/courses that offer this Teaching Unit are specified at the end of this sheet.
To reach that objective, the themes tackled in the course differ from those that are usually addressed when only basic communication skills are aimed at.
Conversations, critical reflection and writing activites will be organized about character descriptions, everyday life, holidays and leisure, hobbies and interests, trips, education, food and drink, work, abstract and cultural subjects such as music, cuisine, history, cinema or advertising.
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
At the end of this learning module, the student should be able to:
The learning module (using the action-oriented approach) starts from the premise that the language learner is essentially becoming a language user in various fields (personal, public, professional and educational) and situations (places, organizations, actors, objects, events, operations, texts), focussing mainly on spoken production.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.The learning module is mainly taught in Blended learning, along with e-learning support on UCL platforms (Teams, Moodle and Mahara) and others platforms.
The learning module follows a Spanish foreign-lanuage learning handbook as well as its workbook, both aiming at the B2.1-level of the course. It adopts a PBL-approach (problem-based learning) using the principles of reflexive learning: the student is at the heart of their learning and is cognitively involved, so that they can construct knowledge and know-how by themselves as well as with the help of their peers. Thus, various forms of self-assessment and/or peer-assessment can be proposed throughout the learning module.
Tandems (exchanges) with native speakers are proposed and organized in the framework of this course.
In addition, the student will have to complete the course sessions with group tutoring (6 sessions) which will be organized online.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.Continuous assesment using various kinds of activities linked to communication or oral and written production skills, listening and reading comprehension, as well as mediating activities that have to be carried out throughout the semester, with a final exam on grammar and vocabulary.
To pass this learning module, you must obtain 50% of each part of the assessment, i.e. a minimum of 25/50, 5/10, 15/30. In case of failure at any single part, the lowest mark will become the overall mark (absorbent failure).
- Alonso, R., Castañeda, A., Martínez Gila, P., Miquel, L., Ortega, J., & Ruiz Campillo, J.P. (2005). Gramática básica del estudiante de español
- Sans, N., Martín Peris, E., Garmendia, A., & Conejo, E. (2018). Bitácora 4 NUEVA EDICIÓN (B2) - Libro del alumno. Difusión
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