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Spanish Intermediate Conversation

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For registration assistance: 608-262-2451
Register by mail: printable registration form

Summary

This highly practical intermediate course will review the Spanish past tenses while teaching you to converse about celebrations, traditions and festivities in the Spanish-speaking world. Improve your Spanish conversation skills while growing your knowledge of delightful traditions that abound in the cultures of Latin America and Spain. Prerequisite: Spanish 4. Additional materials will be provided in electronic format through the course platform.

Find out if this is the right level for you with this placement test: Spanish 4 self-placement test

Note: You will not be able to view the course on your Canvas Dashboard or access the materials until the course start date.

Sessions available for summer 2022 (See Upcoming Dates for detail):

Wednesdays, July 6–Aug. 10, 5:30–7 p.m. CT

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Earn Continuing Education Hours

By participating in this class you will earn:

Instructional Hours 20
University of Wisconsin Continuing Education Units 2

Explanation of Continuing Education Hours

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Program Questions?

Contact info@dcs.wisc.edu or 608-262-1156

Registration Questions?

Email registrations@pyle.wisc.edu or call 608-262-2451.

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Meet your instructor

Denise Castillo

(PhD Candidate, UW- Madison) is a passionate educator that has taught beginning through advanced Spanish & culture language courses for the last 9 years in New Mexico and Wisconsin. She decided to study literature and become a teacher inspired by the oral traditions and folk tales from Chihuahua and New Mexico shared with her by her grandparents.