Spanish Studies (Secondary Major)
Students will speak, listen, read, and write Spanish at the ACTFL advanced level or higher (see the ACTFL guidelines here).
Students will identify cultural practices (e.g., customs and traditions) and cultural products (e.g., arts, institutions, and individuals) from the Spanish-speaking world, place them in their historical, political, and social contexts, and interpret the unique perspectives on human experience that they reveal.
Critical Thinking and Expression
Students will analyze language, literary texts, and other cultural products and practices, using sound thinking and clear expression.
Connecting Learning to Life
Students will connect academic experience to their personal and professional lives.