- 1st year - Junior Freshman
course is designed primarily to establish and consolidate competence
in understanding and using the Spanish language. The course also
comprises an 'Introduction to Modern Spain' and Introduction to
the study of Spanish American Literature.
are expected to attend five language classes
each week, including one in Spoken Spanish and one
in Listening Comprehension.
are expected to attend six language classes each
week, including one in Spoken Spanish and one
in Listening Comprehension. Beginners will need (inside
and outside contact hours) a special commitment to language
study and preparation; by the time of the examinations in
May/June, it is expected that they will have reached the
same level as non-beginners.
Ramsden, An Essential in Modern Spanish (London:
copy of a good course bilingual dictionary
to Modern Spain (Dr Bayó)
Junior Freshmen (TSM - Two Subject Moderatorship & ES
- European Studies) are expected to attend one lecture
each week on the course Introduction to Modern Spain.
Blinkhorn, Democracy and Civil War in Spain, 1931-1939
Hooper, The New Spaniards (Penguin)
to Spanish & Spanish American Literature (Dr O'Hagan, Dr Cosgrove,
Freshmen (TSM - Two Subject Moderatorship) also attend one
seminar each week on the course Spanish & Spanish
of poems (Departmental booklet)
García Lorca, La casa de Bernarda Alba,
(ed. Ramsden, Manchester U.P.)
García Márquez, Crónica de una
J. Sender, Requiem por un campesino español
(ed. Patricia MacDermott, Manchester U.P.)
in the Two Subject Moderatorship degree course must also attend
the course Introduction to Language Study given by the Centre
for Language and Communication Studies (CLCS).
Freshman Course Information
courses are offered subject to availability of lecturer.