JUNIOR FRESH (JF)
The first-year course is designed primarily to establish and consolidate competence in understanding and using the Spanish language.
The program also comprises a course on Introduction to Modern Spain and one on
Introduction to Spanish and Spanish-American Literature.
SPU1101Y Non-beginners- 10 ECTS (MT-HT) are expected to attend four language classes each week, including one in spoken Spanish.
(Ms Virginia Segura and Ms Nuria Cos de Lara)
SPU1100Y Beginners- 10 ECTS (MT & HT) are expectedto attend five language classes each week, including one in Spoken Spanish. Beginners
will need (inside and outside cocommitment to language study and preparation; by the time of the examinations in May it is expected that they will
have reached the same level as non-beginners.
(Ms Patricia Gonzalez and Ms Nuria Cos de Lara)
- Juan Kattán-Ibarra & Christopher J. Pountain. Modern Spanish Grammar: A Practical Guide
- Spanish Grammar Booklet
- A copy of a good bilingual dictionary
SPU1102Y Introduction to Modern Spain - 10 ECTS (Dr Mourenza)
All Junior Fresh (JH) are expected to attend one lecture each week on the course Introduction to Modern Spain.
SPU11031 Introduction to Spanish & Spanish American Cinema - 5 ECTS (Dr Mourenza)
All Junior Fresh (JF) are expected to attend one lecture each week - students will study a selection of Spanish and Latin American films.
SPU11032 Introduction to Spanish & Spanish American Literature - 5 ECTS (Professor Garcia, Dr O'Hagan, Dr Brewer)
Junior Fresh (JF) also attend one seminar each week on the course Spanish& Spanish American Literature.Prescribed texts
- Julio Cortázar. Todos los fuegos el fuego (any print or digital edition)
- F. García Lorca. Bodas de sangre (any modern critical edition)
- A selection of poems